Inventory to the
Lyle H. Boren Collection, 1885-1949
Carl Albert Center, University of Oklahoma

Boxes 41-45 Folder List



Go to Lyle H. Boren Collection Boxes 36-40

Series 7: Alphabetical Correspondence, 1934-1946

Box/Folder Number: 41/1-6
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Poage - Post Office, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance (Folder 1), United States Post Office Dept. in Avery (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. Building in Coalgate (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. Building in Drumright (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. Building in Okemah (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. in Byng (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. in Chandler (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. in Konowa (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. in Oklahoma, United States Post Office Dept. political activity in Allen (Okla.), rural free delivery in Atwood (Okla.), and rural free delivery in Lehigh (Okla.). Correspondents include William Robert Poage, Veterans of Industry of America (Folder 5), William Chamberlain (Folder 2), Mary Coleman (Folder 3), Thomas H. Denyer (Folder 3), and Ross Porter.

Box/Folder Number: 41/7-11
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Post War - Pynchon, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren homes and haunts (Folder 10), Civilian Conservation Corps in Wetumka (Okla.) (Folder 11), Civilian Conservation Corps in Wilburton (Okla.) (Folder 7), United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, New Deal in Coalgate (Okla.), school buildings in Ada (Okla.), and United States Congress Southern Policy Committee. Correspondents include Adam Clayton Powell, D. Lane Powers, James Percy Priest, Emory H. Price, Avon Potter, W. D. Powers, and C. Dan Proctor .

Box/Folder Number: 41/12-17
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Quaid - Rover, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Oklahoma Baptist University student housing, United States Congress House calendars (Folder 16), United States Congress leadership (Folder 16), flight training in Shawnee (Okla.), and military training camps in Shawnee (Okla.). Correspondents include John Wesley Raley, Robert Ramspeck, Jennings Randolph, Jeannette Rankin, John Elliott Rankin, Oklahoma Baptist University (Folder 14), and Railroad Labor Executives Association.

Box/Folder Number: 41/18-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Rawlings - Reynolds, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include airport in Shawnee (Okla.). Correspondents include Sam Rayburn, Chauncey William Reed, Thomas Harrison Reynolds, and L. E. Regan.

Box/Folder Number: 42/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Rhein - Roberts, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lucius Mendel Rivers, Civilian Conservation Corps in Wilburton (Okla.), United States Army Officers, United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma, old age pensions, price regulation, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, social security taxes, strikes and lockouts law and legislation, taxation, Robbers Cave State Park (Okla.), and Glenn Edward Robberson. Correspondents include James Prioleau Richards, Ross Rizley, United States Office of Price Administration (Folder 3), R. W. Robberson, and Wayne M. Roberts.

Box/Folder Number: 42/6-11
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Robertson - Rzonca, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include newsprint, scarcity, and widows' legal status and laws. Correspondents include Charles R. Robertson, William Rogers, Thomas Rolph, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Elmer James Ryan, United States Rural Electrification Administration, Mrs. L. M. Robinson, Luke Rohrbacher, Harold L. Rowland, Fred Rupert, and Larry Gene Ryan.

Box/Folder Number: 42/12-14
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Saba - Sawyer, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Civilian Conservation Corps officials and employees in Konowa (Okla.) (Folder 13), gasoline, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, rationing, school buildings in Oklahoma, and Burl Sander. Correspondents include Adolph Joachim Sabath, George Gregory Sadowski, Lausdale Ghiselin Sasscer, G. S. Sander, Fenton M. Sanger, and Joseph G. Scheidt.

Box/Folder Number: 42/15-18
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Scott - Sellers, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Office of Defense Transportation (Folder 17), United States Office of Price Administration (Folder 17), gasoline supply, pecan industry prices and government policy, and rationing. Correspondents include Leonard William Schuetz, Pius Louis Schwert, Byron Nicholson Scott, James Graves Scrugham, Billie Mamie Sawyer, Meno Schoenbach, Ruby Scott, and Luther Seaborn.

Box/Folder Number: 43/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Seminole Chamber - Shawn, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include airport in Seminole (Okla) and synthetic fuels industry in Seminole (Okla.). Correspondents include Paul Werntz Shafer, Joseph B. Shannon, Seminole Chamber of Commerce, Robert J. Mearin (Folder 3), Glenn McDonald (Folders 1 and 2), Ernest Shamblin, L. E. Shanks, Oral Shannon, Fred L. Yates (Folders 1 and 2), and Seneca Export Corporation.

Box/Folder Number: 43/6-9
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Shawnee - Shibley, 1936 - 1946.

Folder 8 contains a "hard luck" letter written on toilet paper. Topics include Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company Buildings in Shawnee (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees in Tecumseh (Okla.) (Folder 8), United States Works Progress Administration in Shawnee (Okla.) (Folder 6), airport in Shawnee (Okla.), city manager of Shawnee (Okla.), defense industries in Shawnee (Okla.), food stamps in Shawnee (Okla.), Indians of North America hospital in Shawnee (Okla.), Navy yards and naval stations in Shawnee (Okla.) (Folder 6), public buildings in Shawnee (Okla.), and Shawnee Milling Company (Shawnee, Okla.) officials and employees salaries. Correspondents include Harry Richard Sheppard, Shawnee Chamber of Commerce, John S. Malone (Folder 7), Robert A. Shephard, Bill Shibley, and T. E. Thompson (Folder 6).

Box/Folder Number: 43/10-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Shields - Smiley, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Military Academy (Folder 11), United States Office of Price Administration rules and practices, United States Post Office Dept. in Wanette (Okla.) (Folder 14), training of sir pilots in Holdenville (Okla.), public opinion of state medicine, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, and George Van Noy (Folder 10). Correspondents include Henrik Shipstead, Robert L. F. Sikes, Roger Caldwell Slaughter, United States Congress House Committee on Small Business, Gordon H. Shumard, Harold S. Skinner, and Leroy A. Skinner.

Box/Folder Number: 43/16-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Smith - Smythe, 1934 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren poetic works (Folder 20), United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees in Okemah (Okla.) (Folder 16), United States War Production Board, automobile purchasing, cattle prices, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, and rationing. Correspondents include Clarence Frederick Lea (Folder20), Ellison DuRant Smith, Frederick Cleveland Smith, Gerald Lyman Kenneth Smith, Gomer G. Smith, Joe L. Smith, Thomas Vernor Smith, Claude Smith, Nels H. Smith, and Jack Smythe.

Box/Folder Number: 44/1-4
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Snead - Southwestern, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren Personal finance (Folders 1 and 2), labor policy, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, Taft Peevy (Folder 1), and J. P. Solomon. Correspondents include Stephen Pace (Folder 4), Andrew Lawrence Somers, E.B. Sneed, and L. B. Sneed.

Box/Folder Number: 44/5-9
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Soward - Starkweather, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Supreme Court reorganization (Folder 6), Indians of North America land tenure, labeling law and legislation, and trials (military offenses). Correspondents include John Sparkman, Charles F. Spencer, Charles T. Springer, James Spurlock, Ida M. Stamps, and Carl C. Stanford.

Box/Folder Number: 44/10-13
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Starling - Stettmund, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family (Folder 11), Joseph Edward Davies (Folder 10), Joshua Bryan Lee political activity (Folder 11), United States National Youth Administration in Oklahoma (Folder 11), United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma, aeronautics in Oklahoma, gasoline supply, newsprint, nuclear energy and government policy, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, rationing and public opinion, and Shawnee (Okla.). Correspondents include Clyde Taylor Ellis (Folder 13), Cordell Hull (Folder 10), Henry Bascom Steagall, Thomas Jefferson Steed, Malvina Stephenson, United States Dept. of State, T. F. Steffens, and Sand Springs Railway Company (Folder 12).

Box/Folder Number: 44/14-18
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Steven - Stowell, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Boy Scouts of America (Folder 14) and United States Office of Price Administration. Correspondents include Raymond Gary, John Conover Nichols (Folder 17), Paul Stewart, Tom Stewart, William Grady Stigler, Leopold Stokowski, Stork Club (New York, N.Y.) Newsletter, Alfred Stevenson, Don Stobaugh, Lowell Stockman, and Myrtis Stockman.

Box/Folder Number: 44/19-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Strachan - Sullivant, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren homes and haunts (Folder 21), United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma, labor unions, and strikes and lockouts. Correspondents include Maurice J. Sullivan, Oak Leaf (Naval Supply Depot, Oakland, Calif.), Homer Strain, O. R. Strawn, and W. G. (Glen) Strong.

Box/Folder Number: 45/1-3
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Sulphur - Szalaj, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren homes and haunts (Folder 2), hours of labor, Konowa (Okla.), and shell loading plant in Konowa (Okla.). Correspondents include Hatton William Summers, F. B. (Fletcher B. Swank, John Hyde Sweet, Guy J. Swope, Elmer J. Sutherland, and F. P. (Frank) Swan.

Box/Folder Number: 45/4-9
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Taber - Terrill, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Federal Housing Administration in Tulsa (Okla.), railroad employee pensions, Reconstruction (1939-1951) in Europe, United States Armed Forces military life, and Railroad Retirement Act. Correspondents include Joseph E. Talbot, Rudolph G. Tenerowicz, H. W. (Harry) Taber, Joseph Talley, Roy D. Taylor, and William A. Taylor.

Box/Folder Number: 45/10-14
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Terry - Thompson, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Sidney Hillman (Folder 13), Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.) Political Action Committee Political activity (Folder 13), United States Works Progress Administration in Sapulpa (Okla.), and post office buildings in Drumright (Okla.). Correspondents include David Dickson Terry, Elmer Thomas, John Parnell Thomas, Chester Thompson, Ben H. Terry, S. N. (Bill) Terry, Willard D. (Buck) Tharel, Claude V. Thompson, and M. Z. Thompson.

Box/Folder Number: 45/15-20
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Thomsel - Tresner, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Office of Price Administration, engineering in Oklahoma, old age pensions, public works in Oklahoma, railroad land grants, and railroad freight rates. Correspondents include John Harvey Tolan, Francis Everett Townsend, Trans World Airlines (pamphlet), Clarke Walworth Tobin, George G. Toler, Guernsey Toler Willis and Collins (Folder 18), and Trans - Southern Airlines.

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