WILBURN CARTWRIGHT COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 49

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Series 9: Post Office/Projects, 1928-1942

F 1 Adel (1940). Postmaster; possible star route alternative.

F 2 Albion (1936). Possible discontinuance.

F 3 Alikchi (1931). Discontinuance of post office.

F 4 America (1937). Relocation of post office.

F 5 Antlers (1928). Proposed rural route.

F 6 Antlers (1930-1931). Proposed change of status of post office.

F 7 Antlers (1938). Possible village delivery and federal building.

Includes correspondence from Paul Stewart.

F 8 Apple (1937). Proposed establishment of post office.

F 9 Ardmore (1940). Substitute clerk; federal building.

F 10 Arkoma (1942). Rural route.

F 11 Arpelar (1933). Star route.

F 12 Atoka (1936-1937). Possible discontinuance; federal building; clerk's position.

F 13 Atoka (1939). Federal building.

F 14 Atoka (1940-1941). Federal building.

F 15 Banty (1934). Possible discontinuance.

F 16 Banty (1935-1936). Possible discontinuance; new postmaster.

F 17 Beachton (1930). Postmaster; possible discontinuance.

F 18 Beachton (1940). Possible re-establishment.

F 19 Beachton (1942). Possible re-establishment.

F 20 Big Cedar (1935). Proposed re-establishment.

F 21 Big Cedar (1939). Proposed re-establishment.

F 22 Blocker (1942). Discontinuance; proposed re-establishment.

F 23 Boehler (1928). Postmaster.

F 24 Boehler (1933). Proposed discontinuance.

F 25 Boehler (1934). Proposed discontinuance.

F 26 Boggy Depot (1930). Proposed discontinuance.

F 27 Boggy Depot (1934). Proposed discontinuance.

F 28 Boggy Depot (1939). New location.

F 29 Bokchito (1932). Postmaster.

F 30 Bokhoma (1932). Star route.

F 31 Bokhoma (1935). Possible discontinuance.

F 32 Bokoshe (1936). Change of status.

F 33 Bokoshe (1938). Service complaint.

F 34 Broken Bow (1928). Rural route.

F 35 Broken Bow (1928, 1930). Postal finances.

F 36 Caddo (1935). Rural route.

F 37 Calera (1930-1931). Rural route.

F 38 Calera (1933). Rural route.

F 39 Cameron (1937). Re-classification.

F 40 Cartwright (1939-1940). Establishment of new office.

F 41 Cowlington (1928). Claims against postmaster by department; new postmaster.

F 42 Crowder (1933). Consolidation of rural routes.

F 43 Crystal (1934). Possible change in location.

F 44 Dickerson (1935). Proposed establishment of new office.

F 45 Dickerson (1939). Proposed establishment of new office.

F 46 Dickson (1933-1934). Proposed establishment of new office.

F 47 Durant (1929-1931). Postmaster and federal building.

Correspondents include R. L.Williams.

F 48 Durant (1932). Postmaster and federal building.

F 49 Durant (1934). Postmaster and federal building.

F 50 Durant (1935). Postmaster and federal building.

F 51 Durant (1936-1937). Postmaster and federal building.

Correspondents include R.L.Williams, Sam Rayburn, and Elmer Thomas.

F 52 Durwood (1932-1933). Rural route extension; proposed re-establishment of post office.

F 53 Eagle Lake (1928). Proposed establishment of post office.

F 54 Eagletown (1937-1938). Proposed relocation.

F 55 East Port (1938). Proposed re-establishment of post office.

F 56 Enos (1942). Proposed re-establishment of post office.

F 57 Enville (1935). Proposed re-establishment of post office.

F 58 Enville (1936). Proposed re-establishment of post office.

F 59 Enville (n.d.). Proposed re-establishment of post office.

F 60 Fanshawe (1931). Proposed rural route.

F 61 Farris (1934). Complaints against postmaster; new appointment.

F 62 Farris (1934). Proposed relocation of office.

F 63 Fewell (1934). Discontinuance.

F 64 Fewell (1934-1935). Proposed re-establishment.

F 65 Fewell (1937). Proposed re-establishment.

F 66 Gene Autry (Berwyn) (1941). Change of name from Berwyn to Gene Autry.

F 67 Gene Autry (Berwyn) (1941). Dedication of office.

F 68 Gene Autry (Berwyn) (1941). WC remarks at dedication.

F 69 Goodwater (1934). Possible discontinuance.

F 70 Goodwater (1942). Possible discontinuance.

F 71 Grant (1932). Change in rural service.

F 72 Grant (1933). Baird resignation.

F 73 Haileyville (1933). Removal of postmaster.

F 74 Hartshorne (1932). Dispute involving postmaster.

F 75 Hartshorne (1934). Change of status of post office.

F 76 Hartshorne (1935-1936). Investigation into conditions at post office building.

F 77 Hartshorne (1937). Proposed relocation of post office.

F 78 Healdton (1930). Retention of current location of post office.

F 79 Healdton (1940-1941). Postmaster and federal building.

F 80 Heavener (1928). Federal building.

F 81 Heavener (1930). Star route.

F 82 Heavener (1931). Post office building. Includes copy of legislation.

F 83 Heavener (1937). Federal building.

F 84 Hodgen (1935). Postmaster.

This material was retained because of an interesting gender issue. A woman works as the postmaster. Her husband is unemployed and is not happy about her employment.

F 85 Hodnett (1935). Proposed establishment and postmaster.

F 86 Holson Valley (1937-1938). Proposed establishment; postmaster.

F 87 Honobia (1936). Possible discontinuance.

F 88 Honobia (1939-1940). Proposed change in location.

F 89 Hughes (1931). Possible discontinuance.

F 90 Hugo (1929-1930). Federal building.

Includes legislation and letter from Elmer Thomas.

F 91 Hugo (1931-1932). Federal building.

Includes documents.

F 92 Hugo (1933). Removal of assistant postmaster and postmaster.

F 93 Hugo (1933). Federal building.

F 94 Hugo (1934). Federal building.

Includes letter from James A.Farley.

F 95 Hugo (1935). Federal building.

Includes legislation.

F 96 Hugo (1935). Dedication of new post office.

F 97 Hugo (1937). Air mail service.

F 98 Idabel (1929-1930). Federal building.

Includes copy of legislation.

F 99 Idabel (1931). City mail delivery; federal building.

F100 Idabel (1934). Proposed change in location of post office; federal building.

F101 Idabel (1935). Federal building.

F102 Idabel (1935). Proposed city delivery service.

F103 Idabel (1936). Federal building: May - July and undated.

F104 Idabel (1936). Federal building: July - August.

F105 Idabel (1936). Federal building: September - December.

F106 Idabel (1936). Shortage of postal funds.

F107 Idabel (1936). Possible dismissal of postmaster.

F108 Idabel (1936). Federal register containing procedure for appointing postmasters.

F109 Idabel (1937). Resignation of postmaster; acting postmaster.

F110 Idabel (1937). Proposed city delivery service.

F111 Idabel (1937). Federal building.

F112 Idabel (1938). Federal building.

F113 Idabel (1938). Death of postmaster; wife to succeed.

F114 Idabel (1938). Increase in postal savings.

F115 Idabel (1939). Federal building.

F116 Jumbo (1934). Possible discontinuance.

F117 Kinlock (1927). Proposed discontinuance.

F118 Kosoma (1927). Possible discontinuance.

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