MILTON CLINE GARBER COLLECTION
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Series 1: Subject Files, 1906-1933 (continued)

F 1: Interstate Commerce Commission - Garber Bill (1933).

a. Correspondence with National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners (1933). Re: H. R. 14666.
b. H. R. 14666: "To amend section 17 and 19 of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended." Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Seventy-second Congress; Second Session (1933). MCG bill. Introduced print.

F 2: Interstate Commerce Commission (1929, 1931-1932).

a. Correspondence concerning freight rates (1932). Articles attached.
b. Booklet: Clyde B. Atchison, Interstate Commerce Commissioner: "Organization and Manner of Work of the Interstate Commerce Commission" (May 7, 1929).
c. Booklet: Elmer A. Lewis, compiler: "Laws Relating to Interstate and Foreign Commerce."
d. Clipping: Claude R. Porter: "A Reply to Critics of the I. C. C." (March 26, 1932). Re: possible aids in solving the present railroad problem.
e. Clipping: "Railroad Woes as I. C. C. Sees 'Em" (December 22, 1931).

F 3: Japan (1932).

Speech: David Lawrence: "Japan at the Crossroads" (February 7, 1932). Re: the war in China. National Broadcasting Company.

F 4: League of Nations (1933).

Clipping: "The League at a Mile Post: Its Future Course at Stake: The Present Crisis Ultimately Strengthen the Organization by Bringing about a Better Understanding of Its Possibilities" (February 5, 1933).

F 5: Lincoln, Abraham (n.d., 1926-1927).

a. Clipping: "Lincoln: An Agent of the Divine Plan" (February 12, 1927).
b. Clipping: Lincoln's Gettsburg Address (n.d.).
c. Clipping: "Lincoln: In His Own Words" (February 12, 1927).
d. Clipping: "Lincoln a Conservative: Stood by the Constitution" (August 31, 1926).

F 6: Lindbergh, Charles (1927-1928).

a. Extract from the Congressional Record: Re: Tribute to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh (December 15, 1927).
b. Extract from the Congressional Record: Speech: O. J. Kvale (U. S. Representative - Minnesota) (January 6, 1928). "The Lindbergh Name," by Knud Wefald and "Sire of the Eagle," by Lynn Haines, included in speech.
c. Speech: U. S. Guyer (U. S. Representative - Kansas): "The Conquest of the Air: A Tribute to Colonel Lindbergh" (April 4, 1928). Given in the House.
d. Booklet: Legislative Assembly of Porto Rico: "Resolutions Adopted in Honor of Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh" (1928).

F 7: Lions (1933).

Clipping: Martha Strayer: "America Soon May Be Exporting Lions to Africa, Dr._Mann Tells Lions Club" (January 19, 1933).

F 8: Mergers (1930).

Reprint: John D. Warfield: "Blind Pilots" (June 21, 1930). Re: mergers and the economic situation.

F 9: Mexico. Pamphlets (1926-1928).

a. Booklet: Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, New Haven, Connecticut: "Mexico: Bolshevism the Menace" (1926).
b. Booklet: Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, New Haven, Connecticut: "Red Mexico: The Facts" (1926).
c. Booklet: Frederic R. Kellogg: "U. S. Is Depicted as Fighting for Liberty in the Mexican Situation." Extract from the New York Herald-Tribune (March 27, 1927).
d. Pamphlet: Francis McCullagh: "The Iron Hand in Mexico." Commonweal Pamphlets, No. 5. Reprinted from The Commonweal (November 16, 1927, and November 23, 1927).
e. Booklet: Francis McCullagh: "The Mexican Gang and Mexican Headquarters" (1928). Printed by the Sign Press of Union City, New Jersey.

F 10: Mexico (n.d., 1924, 1926-1927).

a. Correspondence regarding confiscation of property owned by U. S. citizens in Mexico (1927).
b. Booklet: Committee of the American Episcopate: "Pastoral Letter of the Catholic Episcopate of the United States on the Religious Situation in Mexico" (December 1926). Printed and issued by the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council.
c. Reprint: New York World editorial: "A Welcome to Bishop Diaz" (February 7, 1927).
d. Extract from the Congressional Record: Speech: Emanuel Celler (U. S. Representative - New York): Re: Mexican situation (January 24, 1924). Given in the House.
e. Release: "Public Mass Meeting on the Mexican Situation" (n.d.).
f. Clipping: New York Evening Post: "Showdown Coming in Spring in Fight on Mexican Policy Having only Soviet Parallel" (February 12, 1927).
g. Clippings: California Voice: "Here Are the Facts About Mexico" (December 25, 1926) and "Mexico's Twenty-Eight States" (February 3, 1927).
h. Clipping: Washington Post: "Mexican Misrule of Long Period Causes Financial Suffering for Investors" (January 16, 1927).

F 11: Miscellaneous (n.d.).

a. Paper: MCG: Re: Mother's duty to the Public School. Given before the Mothers Meeting of the WCTU.
b. Paper: "Lightening the Wash Day Work." Illustrates that one should plan his work first.
c. Speech: MCG (?): "Justice."

F 12: Miscellaneous (n.d., 1929).

a. Clipping: "Wheeler Asks Two-Billion Farm Credit Agency: Senator Proposes Counterpart of Finance Corporation to Provide Agricultural Loans."
b. Photograph: MCG.
c. Clipping: "The Negro in Wartime."
d. Clipping: Unidentified photographs.
e. Clipping: "Burton-Bradley:" Marriage notice of MCG's sister-in-law.
f. Clipping: "Who's He Kidding." Re: criticism of candidate Dr. William Klemm, Fifth District, part of which lies in Baltimore City.
g. Pamphlet: "Uncle Sam Still Holds the Sack." Re: the Mellon-Berenger debt settlement.

F 12b: Miscellaneous. Bills and Resolutions (1929-1930).

a. H. R. 2163: To Amend the Tariff Act of 1922. (April 29, 1929).
b. H. R. 3721: For relief of distressed and starving people of China and for disposition of wheat surpluses in U.S. (June 6, 1929).
c. H. R. 7116: To construct a public building for post office at Alva, Oklahoma. (December 10, 1929).
d. H. R. 7117: Providing for purchase of site and erection of building at Tonkawa, Oklahoma (December 10, 1929).
e. H. J. Res. 224: Proposing Amendment to U. S. Constitution. (January 22, 1930).
f. H. R. 11197: To provide for term of court at Ponca City, Oklahoma (March 27, 1930).
g. H. R. 11720: To provide for appointment of one additional district judge for northern, eastern, and western districts of Oklahoma. (April 17, 1930).
h. To provide for appointment of one additional judge of the District Court of U. S. for Western District of Oklahoma (June 24, 1930).
i. H. R. 13190: To establish Wichita Mountains National Park of Oklahoma in State of Oklahoma (June 27, 1930).

F 13: Oklahoma - Agriculture (n.d., 1920-1932).

a. Pamphlet: "Cooperative Marketing Is the Farmer's Business" Oklahoma Wheat Grower's Association, Enid, Oklahoma (n.d.).
b. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture, in cooperation with Oklahoma State Board of Agriculture: "Oklahoma Crop Summary," IV, No. 3 (April 1930).
c. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture, in cooperation with Oklahoma State Board of Agriculture: "Oklahoma Crop Summary," IV, No. 4 (May 1930).
d. Report: Bureau of Agriculture Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Oklahoma Crops and Livestock" (January 1, 1931).
e. Report: "Farm Value, Gross Income, and Cash Income from Farm Production, 1928-1928." Summary of the Income Estimates for Oklahoma. August and September issues, 1930.
f. Report: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Oklahoma's Cotton Report" (July 1, 1932). Attached Oklahoma Crop Report (July 1, 1932).
g. Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce: "Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Irrigation of Agricultural Lands: Oklahoma: Statistics for State and Counties" (1930).
h. Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce: "Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Drainage of Agricultural Lands: Oklahoma: Statistics for State and Counties" (1930).
i. Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce: "Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Agriculture: Oklahoma: Statistics by Counties: Second Series: Selected Crops and Livestock, Mortgages, Taxes, etc."

F 14: Oklahoma - Agriculture (1929).

Book: Oklahoma Farmer-Stockman: "In Oklahoma" -- 1929 Yearbook. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Publishing Company, 1929.

F 15: Oklahoma - Business (n.d., 1929-1932).

a. Census Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce: "Fifteenth Census of the United States: Census of Distribution: 1930 (Preliminary Reports). State Summary Series: Retail Distribution in Oklahoma." (August 13, 1931).
b. Booklet: "Service and the Chamber of Commerce of the State of Oklahoma." Statements by Men of Affairs on Matters of the Moment." (n.d.).
c. Pamphlet: "Oklahoma: A Land of Hidden Treasures." Chamber of Commerce of the State of Oklahoma. n.d..
d. Census Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce: "Biennial Census of Manufactures: 1929." General statistics for Oklahoma, by Industries. (December 30, 1931).
e. Correspondence: re: increase in compensation for officers and men of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Public Health, and Geodetic Survey.
f. Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce "Census of Distribution: Wholesale Distribution, State Series: Oklahoma" (1932).
g. Statistics: Oklahoma: "A Billion Dollar State." Attached is Report from the Bureau of the Census: "Census of Manufacturers: 1929" (May 18, 1931).

F 16: Oklahoma - Clippings (n.d., 1929-1930).

a. Clipping: "Large Sums of New Wealth Is State Record" (January 1, 1930).
b. Clipping: Parker La Moore: "Census Shows State Men in Many Offices" (March 31, 1929).
c. Clipping: "State Produced Big Goal Total for 1929 Period: Oklahoma Inspector Releases Figures on Activities" (April 11, 1930).
d. Clipping: "Capital Statistician Gives Survey of State Oil Wells: Report Shows Producers in Oil, Gas; Dry Holes of State" (April 11, 1930).
e. Clipping: J. Berry King, Oklahoma Attorney-General: "Beneficial Legislation Passed by State of Oklahoma in Behalf of Its Soldier-citizens" (n.d.).
f. Clipping: "Increase Is Seen in Total Valuation of Oklahoma Property: Tulsa County Is Shown to Have Highest Assessment of Any State" (October 2, 1930).
g. Clipping: Sarge Armstrong: "A Gold Mine," Fairview, Oklahoma, Republican (n.d.).
h. Clipping: Bryan Mack: "Oklahoma--Forty Years Young" and Howard Florance: "Black Gold in Oklahoma." Both in the Review of Reviews (September 1929).

F 17: Oklahoma - Education (n.d., 1924).

a. Note: Oklahoma's motto (n.d.).
b. Pamphlet: "Education and the Republican Party" (1924).
c. Outline and Speech: MCG (?): for high school commencement address (n.d.).

F 18: Oklahoma - Eighth Congressional District (n.d., 1930, 1932).

a. Correspondence: re: number of illiterates in Oklahoma congressional districts and debt analysis in the district. Analysis attached.
b. Statistics: Population of Oklahoma by Congressional Districts, 1920 and 1930: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce (December 8, 1930).
c. Note: statistics on wheat threshed in 1929.
d. Pamphlet: Alva Chamber of Commerce: "Alva, Woods County, Oklahoma" (n.d.).

F 19: Oklahoma - Flood Control (n.d.).

a. Pamphlet: "The Scientific Method" (May 10, 1926?).
b. Clipping: Letters to the editor: re: civilian engineer's plans for Mississippi flood control (n.d.).
c. Clipping: "Location of Proposed Storage Lakes in Oklahoma." Commissioners of Drainage, Irrigation, and Reclamation, State of Oklahoma (n.d.).
d. Statistics: Characteristics of Proposed Reservoirs (n.d.).

F 20: Oklahoma - Oil (n.d., 1929).

a. Paper: "The Effect of the Oil Industry on Oklahoma."(n.d.)
b. Clipping: "The Romance of Oklahoma's Newest Oil Field: How the Cities Service Organization Opened Up a Reservoir of Petroleum at Oklahoma City's Gates:" Review of Reviews (September 1929).

F 21: Oklahoma - Oklahoma Magazine (April and June 1930).

F 22: Oklahoma (1932).

Oklahoma Tax Economy Association. Booklet: Oklahoma Tax Economy Association, Oklahoma City: "Preliminary Survey of County Finance of the State of Oklahoma" (May 1932).

F 23: Oklahoma - Population (1920, 1930).

a. Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce: "Fourteenth Census of the United States: 1920. Population: Oklahoma. Composition and Characteristics of the Population."
b. Report: Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce: "Fifteenth Census of the United States: 1930. Occupation Statistics. Oklahoma."

F 24: Oklahoma - Speeches (n.d., 1928-1929, 1932).

a. Speech note: MCG (?): Statistics on Oklahoma agriculture (n.d.).
b. Speech notes: MCG (?): "How Oklahoma Got Its Name" and "Division of the Strip into Counties" (both n.d.).
c. Brief (?): MCG (?): re: Short History of the State of Oklahoma (n.d.).
d. Speech: MCG: Re: history of Oklahoma. In the U. S. House of Representatives (n.d.).
e. Speech: MCG: "Oklahoma, The 'Billion Dollar Baby State.'" Extension of Remarks, U. S. House of Representatives (1929).
f. Reprint (?): Charles N. Gould: "Oklahoma's Rank in New Wealth." Typewritten article (n.d.).
g. Congressional Record Extract: Claude Weaver: "The Commonwealth of Oklahoma, a Heritage of Liberty." Given in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania (December 13, 1931). Seventy-second Congress; First Session (February 8, 1932).

F 25: Oklahoma - Women (n.d., 1930).

a. Pamphlet: J. Berry King, Oklahoma Attorney-General: "Women as Affected by the Laws of Oklahoma" (n.d.).
b. Souvenir Program: "The Pioneer Woman" by Bryant Baker. Unveiling ceremony, Ponca City, Oklahoma (April 22, 1930).

F 26: Petroleum (n.d., 1930-1931).

a. Clipping: "Ten Lines of Pipe Soon to Begin Service:" Daily Oklahoman (February 16, 1931).
b. Clipping: "Average Gasoline Prices in Fifty Representative Cities of the United States" (n.d.).
c. Graph: "Gasoline Prices, 1918-1930, of the Major Marketing Companies." Fifty Representative Cities (n.d.).
d. Clipping: Graph: "Crude Oil -- Daily Average Production - Mexico and Northern South America." and "Crude Oil Conservation Committee: Regional Map of the United States"(n.d.).
e. Clipping: Harry T. Klein: "Gasoline Taxes and Evasions of Payment" (n.d.).
f. Clipping: Robert Jordan: "Latest Activities in the Oil fields:" The Petroleum Engineer (December 1930).
g. H. R. 16305: Import duties on crude petroleum and refined products (January 17, 1931).
h. H. R. 16585: Regulation of commerce between U. S. and foreign countries in crude petroleum and its products (January 26, 1931).
i. H. J. Res. 470 Authorizing President to lay any embargo against importation of crude and refined oil for sale in U. S. (January 17, 1931).
j. H. J. Res. 496 To regulate commerce between U. S. and foreign countries respecting petroleum and its products (February 10, 1931).

F 27: Philippines (1930-1932).

a. Booklet: "Philippine Independence: A Survey of the Present State of American Public Opinion on the Subject, as Expressed in Editorial Comment throughout the United States during the Past Twelve Months." Ten Eyck Associates (March 1932).
b. Booklet: "Is Congress Empowered to Alienate Sovereignty of the United States?" Supplemental to Brief Entitled "Congress and Philippine Independence," by Daniel R. Williams (n.d.).
c. Speeches: Camilo Osias, Resident Commissioner of from the Philippine Islands to the United States: "Appeal to Congress to Pass Philippine Independence Bill." In the U. S. House of Representatives (April 4 and 5, 1932).
d. Correspondence: Re: Newspaper editorials. Editorials attached.
e. Clipping: "Favors Philippine Independence Vote: Senate Committee Reports Bill for Plebiscite in Five Years" (May 23, 1930).

F 28: Phillips University (n.d., 1928, 1931-1932).

a. Pamphlet: "Phillips University" (n.d.). Re: description of the University.
b. Pamphlet: Phillips University: "A Message to High School Seniors" (n.d.).
c. Pamphlet: "Phillips University: Her Contribution to the Brotherhood" (n.d.).
d. Reprint: Harry Stillwell Edwards: "The Tenth Generation." Liberal Arts College Bulletin (March 1931).
e. Newsletter: "Phillips Crusader," IV, No. 3 (March 15, 1928); VIII, No. 1 (February 15, 1931); VIII, No. 2 (May 15, 1932).

F 29: Presidential Conventions (1924).

Booklet: "Historical Abstract of Presidential Conventions and Elections." New York: Moore and Schley, 1924.

F 30: Presidential Conference on Business and Industry (n.d., 1932).

a. Clipping: "President Calls Meeting to Plan Relief for Winter" (August 31, 1932).
b. Clipping: "Purpose Outlined of Conference of Business Leaders" (n.d.).

F 31: Price Fixing (1924).

a. Correspondence: re: drafting of bill to establish Farmers' Interstate Marketing Corporation.
b. Draft Legislation: "To Provide for the purchase and sale of wheat." Typescript.
c. Draft Legislation: "To stabilize and maintain the price of certain agricultural products." Typescript.

F 32: Radio - Correspondence and Data (n.d., 1932).

a. Correspondence: re: network ownership and control of local broadcasting stations. Correspondents include Harry C. Butcher (Director, Washington Office, Columbia Broadcasting System) and Frank M. Russell (Vice-President, National Broadcasting Company).
b. Pamphlet: "The Gift and Favor Form of Bribery" (n.d.).
c. Reprint: "The Rights of Radio Listeners." Venture Free Press. Form letter and fact card attached.
d. H. R. 7716: "To Amend the Radio Act of 1927, approved February 23, 1927, as amended (U.S. C., Supp. V, title 47, ch. 4), and for other purposes." Seventy-second Congress; First Session (April 11, 1932). Reported print.

F 33: Radio - National Committee on Education by Radio Materials (1931-1932).

a. Clipping: William John Cooper: "Educational Functions of Radio" and E. A. Corbett: "Education by Radio." Both from Education by Radio, I, No. 39 (December 24, 1931).
b. Clipping: Armstrong Perry: "Radio Administration -- At Home and Abroad:" Education by Radio, II, No. 1 (January 7, 1932).
c. Clipping: Report of the Canadian Royal Commission on Radio Broadcasting: "A Proposal for Public Ownership of Radio:" Education by Radio, II, No 18 (May 26, 1932).
d. Clipping: Lee DeForest: "An Appeal to Canada:" Education by Radio, II, No. 19 (June 9, 1932).
e. Handbill: National Conference on Education by Radio: "Federal Radio Commission Interferes with Education in Arkansas" (n.d.).
f. Reprint: "Commercial Broadcasters to Intensity Lobby; Plan to Resist Senate Investigation:" National Committee on Education by Radio.

F 34: Radio (1929).

Journal Supplement: Irwin Stewart, editor: "Radio:" Supplement to Vol. CXLII of the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (March 1929).

F 35: Railroads (1929-1931).

a. Clipping: "Rail Combine Plan of I.C.C. Marks Century" (December 31, 1929).
b. Notes: MCG: Railroad statistics. Santa Fe System Bulletin (January 1, 1931).
c. Clipping: "Howell Bill Provides General Revision of Railroad Rate Rules" (n.d.).
d. Clipping: "General Revision of Railroad Rate Rules Provided in Senator Howell's Measure" (March 25, 1930).
e. Copy: Two newspaper articles commenting on meeting of joint executive committee of Commercial organizations of Philadelphia held in Chamber of Commerce building (March 7, 1930).
f. Clipping: "Original Plan of Rail Valuation Declared to Be Impractical" (September 25, 1930).
g. Clipping: "Railroad Merger Problems" (n.d.).
h. Clipping: "A 'Coast-to-Coast' Railway System" (n.d.).
i. Clipping: "Analysis of Howell Railway Bill Is Submitted to Commissioners" (September 24, 1930).
j. Clipping: "I.C.C. Railroad Hearing January 22:" The Cimarron News (January 3, 1930).
k. Clipping: re: railroads from a shipper's point of view (n.d.).

F 36: Railroads - Pamphlets (1928-1930).

a. Pamphlet: Santa Fe System Bulletin (October 1, 1929).
b. Pamphlet: Santa Fe System Bulletin (July 1, 1930).
c. Pamphlet: "The Hoch-Smith Resolution in Railway Rate-Making" Two editorials, Chicago, Illinois (March 1928).
d. Booklet: Richard Hoadley Tingley: "What Are the Railroads Worth? or Why Current Methods of Valuation Are Valueless:" Bureau of Railway News and Statistics (August 1929).

F 37: Railroads - Pamphlets (1929-1930).

a. Speech: William H. Williams: "Railroad Consolidation:" Before the Associated Traffic Clubs of America, St. Louis, Missouri (October 15, 1929).
b. Leaflet: Alba B. Johnson: "Railway Super-Service and the Senate:" Philadelphia (February 10, 1930).
c. Clipping: "Railroad Control of Combined Car Organizations Decried:" New York Forwarder (December 30, 1929).
d. Booklet: Interstate Commerce Commission: "No. 17801: Rules for Car-Hire Settlement" (January 7, 1930).

F 38: Railroads - Pamphlets (1931-1932).

a. Booklet: Acme Transport, Inc.: "The Coming Partnership of Railroads and Highway Trucking" (March 17, 1931).
b. Pamphlet: Radio addresses by Pyke Johnson and Alfred P. Thom (National Grange): "Competition between Railroads and Automobiles" (January 17, 1931).
c. Pamphlet: Address by Samuel O. Dunn before the Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia: "Railways and Economic Recovery" (July 8, 1932).
d. Pamphlet: Address of Gen. W. W. Atterbury before the Traffic and Transportation Club and the Chamber of Commerce of Birmingham, Alabama: "Thoughts on Railroads and Business" (January 15, 1932).

F 39: Railroads - Pamphlets (1931).

a. Booklet: Milton W. Harrison: "The ABC of Railroad Consolidations" (n.d.).
b. Booklet: J. S. Wilson, Jr. and Company: "The Railroads -- A New Era for an Old Industry" (1931).
c. Booklet: Samuel A. Thompson: "What the Railway Program Means." Reprinted from National Waterways (August 1931).

F 40: Railroads - Pamphlets (1927, 1931-1932).

a. Pamphlet: Western Railways' Committee on Public Relations: "Railroad Facts No. 5: A Yearbook of Railroad Information" (1927).
b. Pamphlet: Western Railways' Committee on Public Relations: "Railroad Facts No. 9: A Yearbook of Railroad Information" (Preliminary 1931 edition).
c. Pamphlet: Western Railways' Committee on Public Relations: "Railroad Facts No. 10" (1932).

F 41: Republican Party - National (n.d., 1922-1932).

a. Notes: MCG: Achievements of the Republican Party (n.d.).
b. Extract from the Annual Report of the American Farm Bureau Federation. Walter H. Newton, Speakers Bureau, Republican National Committee (October 8, 1928).
c. Clipping: "Mr. Garber and Agricultural Relief:" Enid Events (June 10, 1926).
d. Clipping: "G.O.P. Prepares for Busy Year:" Enid Daily Eagle (September 3, 1929).
e. Clipping: "Address of Bertrand H. Snell as Permanent Chairman:" New York Times (June 16, 1932).
f. Clipping: "Republic and Democratic Aims Are Explained by Party Leader" (n.d.).
g. Clipping: John T. Adams: "The First Fiscal Year and the Figures Thereof" (August 12, 1922).
h. Clippings: Re: Republican Party (n.d.).

F 42: Republican Party - National - Speeches (1923-1924).

a. Speech: John Q. Tilson: "Two Years of Republican Control: A Record of Accomplishment" (March 4, 1923). In the U. S. House of Representatives.
b. Speech: John Q. Tilson: "Three Years of Republican Administration" (June 5, 1924). In the U. S. House of Representatives.
c. Speech: William R. Wood: "Three Years of Republican Rule" (June 7, 1924). In the U. S. House of Representatives. Extract from the Congressional Record.
d. Speech: Charles E. Hughes (Secretary of State, Temporary Chairman of the New York Republican State Convention): Given in Town Hall, New York City (April 15, 1924). Printed in the Congressional Record (April 17, 1924).
e. Speech: Theodore E. Burton: Keynote Speech, Republican National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio (June 10, 1924). Congressional Record Extract.
f. Speech: Theodore E. Burton: "Some Lessons of the Recent Election" (December 4, 1924). In the U. S. House of Representatives. Congressional Record Extract.
g. Speech: James A. Frear: "Party Principles: A Good Republican or Democrat -- When and Why?" (May 27, 1924). In the U. S. House of Representatives. Congressional Record Extract.

F 43: Republican Party - National - Speeches (1925-1927).

a. Speech: William M. Butler (Chairman, Republican National Committee): "National Party Organization" (January 27, 1925). Delivered at Boston, Massachusetts.
b. Speech: John Q. Tilson: "A Republican Record of Achievement" (July 3, 1926). In the U. S. House of Representatives.
c. Radio Address: Don B. Colton: "What the Republican Party Has Done for the West" (June 2, 1926). Congressional Record Extract.
d. Speech: William R. Wood: "The Congressional Election of 1926" (January 10, 1927). In the U. S. House of Representatives.

F 44: Republican Party - National - Speeches (1928).

a. Speech: Fred S. Purnell: "Achievements of the Republican Party" (May 23, 1928). Before the Indiana State Republican Convention, Indianapolis. Congressional Record Extract.
b. Speech: Carl R. Chindblom: "The Revenue Bill" (May 29, 1928). In the U. S. House of Representatives.
c. Speech: Fred S. Purnell: "A Glorious Record Made by the Grand Old Party!" (May 29, 1928). Congressional Record Extract.
d. Speech: James G. Strong: "Republican Legislation for Agriculture" (May 29, 1928). In the U. S. House of Representatives. Congressional Record Extract.
e. Speech: John Q. Tilson: "Review of Republican Achievements" (May 29, 1928). In the U.S. House of Representatives. Printed extracts.
f. Speech: John Q. Tilson: "Review of Republican Achievements" (May 29, 1928). In the U._S. House of Representatives. Congressional Record Extract.
g. Speech: John Q. Tilson: "High Lights of Fiscal Record of Republican Administration" (May 29, 1928). In the U. S. House of Representatives. Printed extracts.
h. Speech: William R. Wood: "Republicans Keep Faith in Their Promises of Economy" (May 29, 1928). In the U. S. House of Representatives. Printed extracts.
i. Speech: William R. Wood: "Seventy years of National Progress" (May 29, 1928). In the U.S. House of Representatives. Congressional Record extract.
j. Speeches: Simeon D. Fess and George H. Moses: Addresses of the Temporary and the Permanent Chairmen and the Platform of the Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri (June 12 and June 13, 1928).

F 45: Republican Party - National - Speech and Clipping (1932).

a. Speeches: L. J. Dickinson and Bertrand H. Snell: Addresses of the Temporary and the Permanent Chairmen and the Platform of the Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois (June 14, and June 15, 1932).
b. Clipping: Calvin Coolidge: "The Republican Case" (1932). Reprinted from the Saturday Evening Post.

F 46: Republican Party -- National - Republican National Committee (n.d., 1927-1929).

a. Booklet: Frank P. Litschert: "The Republican Party -- A Brief History" (n.d.). Issued by the Republican National Committee, Washington, D. C.
b. Pamphlet: Speech: William R. Wood: "Something Can Be Done about Politics" (December 6, 1927). Given at a dinner to the Republican National Committee, Washington, D.C.
c. Pamphlet: Speech: William M. Butler: "Republican Party Owes Its Origin to Active Citizens and Ardent Partisans" (December 6, 1927). Delivered to the Republican National Committee.
d. Pamphlet: Republican National Committee Bulletin No. 2: "Lifting the Burden from the Taxpayer" (1927).
e. Pamphlet: Speech: William M. Butler: "America's First Duty Is to Her Own People and Her Institutions" (January 14, 1928). Delivered at the Seventh Anniversary Luncheon of the Women's National Republican Club.
f. Booklet: "Origin of the Republican Party" (June 8, 1929). Diamond Jubilee Celebration, Ripon, Wisconsin.

F 47: Republican Party - National - Young Republican League (n.d.).

a. Pamphlet: Young Republican League: "The Young Republican League" (n.d.).
b. Pamphlet: Young Republican League: "Young Republican Clubs -- A Manual of Organization" (n.d.).
c. Pamphlet: Republican National Committee: "The Young Republican League -- Campaign Ammunition Supplement" (n.d.).
d. Booklet: Young Republican League: "Campaign Ammunition" (n.d.).

F 48: Republican Party -- Oklahoma (n.d., 1924, 1928).

a. Note: Address: Travel Company. Attached letter explaining the meaning of the address (October 9, 1924).
b. Correspondence: re: Reorganization of the Oklahoma Republican Party. Correspondents are T. H. Dunn, Frank A. Parkinson, and W. G. Skelly.

F 49: Roads and Highways (n.d., 1927, 1930-1931).

a. Correspondence: re: effect of paved roads on business of small towns.
b. Radio address: Julius Klein: "Roads as Business-Builders" (June 4, 1930).
c. Notes: Statistics on Highway 64 (March 1931).
d. Notes: MCG (?): "Federal Aid to Highways" (n.d.).
e. Clipping: "Ten Years of Federal-Aid Road Building" (July 23, 1927).
f. Clipping: "The Road Loan Bill." (n.d.).
g. Clipping: "U. S. Roads -- Their Name Is No Longer Mud" Enid Daily Eagle (March 18, 1927).

F 50: Roads and Highways - Books and Pamphlets (1928-1932).

a. Booklet: National Automobile Chamber of Commerce: "Facts and Figures of the Automobile Industry" (1931).
b. Pamphlet: Charles Davis: "A System of National Highways." Reprint from the Military Engineer (March-April 1928).
c. Speech: Thomas H. MacDonald: "The Freedom of the Road" (November 13, 1928). Before the American Association of State Highway officials, Chicago. Reprinted from American Highways (January 1929).
d. Magazine: American Highways, IX, No. 2 (April 1930); XI, No. 1 (January 1932).
e. Release: National Automobile Chamber of Commerce: "Highway Spokesman," I, No. 4 (n.d.).

F 51: Roosevelt, Franklin D. (n.d., 1932).

a. Clipping: "Roosevelt Has Nine Remedies; Raps President" (August 20, 1932).
b. Clipping: "The Roosevelt Speech:" New Haven Journal-Courier; "History Repeating:" Springfield Republican (n.d.).
c. Editorial (?): re: Roosevelt speech about consumers (n.d.)
d. Release: J. P Bowles: "More Competition for Farmers?" (n.d.).
e. Release: Bureau of Publicity: "Roosevelt's Rural Objective" (May 5, 1932).
f. Release: Bureau of Publicity: "Life of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Installment Two: Harvard Years" (n.d.).

F 52: Rural Carriers (1932).

a. Magazine: The National Rural Carrier, XXX, No. 17 (April 23, 1932). Official magazine of the National Rural Carriers' Association.
b. Magazine: The National Rural Carrier, XXX, No. 18 (April 30, 1932).
c. Clipping: Letters to the editor page (n.d.).

F 53: Russia (1923-1924).

a. Speech: William E. Borah: "Recognition of Russia" (February 21, 1923). In the U.S. Senate. Congressional Record extract.
b. Booklet: William E. Borah: "The Russian Problem:" New York Times (December 30, 1923).
c. Speech: Carroll L. Beedy: "The Russian Problem" (January 8, 1924). In the U. S. House of Representatives.
d. Speech: William H. King: "Conditions in Russia" (January 22 and April 24, 1924). In the U. S. Senate.

F 54: Russia (1926-1927).

a. Paper: re: Independent of the Republics of Georgia, Azerbaidjan, and North Caucasia. Attached correspondence from Caucasian Society of America.
b. Clipping: "Unexplored Russia" (March 8, 1927). Re: discovery of new mountain chain in Yakutsk.

F 55: Russia - Clippings Regarding Soviet Trade (1927-1930).

a. Clipping: W. A. Cochel: "Turn to Machines:" Kansas City Star (September 10, 1930).
b. Clipping: "German Trade with the Soviet:" London Times (October 18, 1927).
c. Clipping: "German Exports to Russia Gained 70%:" Journal of Commerce (March 5, 1927).
d. Clipping: "Foreign Trade of Soviet Russia, Fiscal Year 1925-1926:" China Weekly Review (April 2, 1927).
e. Clipping: "Foreign Trade of the Soviet Union:" The Statist (June 30, 1928).
f. Clipping: "Trade Barrier Pact Foils of Approval:" New York Times (October 1, 1929).
g. Clipping: Henry Chalmers: "Convention to Abolish Restriction of Trade Approved by Nations:" United States Daily (December 28, 1929).
h. Clipping: P. J. Philip: "Dumping by Soviet Charged in France:" New York Times (August 4, 1930).
i. Clipping: "Soviet Anti-Dumping Reprisals:" Manchester Guardian (October 24, 1930).
j. Clipping: "Soviet Dumping: Cargoes of Wheat and Wood:" London Times (September 23, 1930).
k. Clipping: re: trade. European Finance (October 4, 1929).
l. Clipping: "Soviet Dumping in Poland:" London Times Trade and Engineering Supplement (November 8, 1930).
m. Clipping: Matthew Wall: "The Red Menace to Trade:" Washington, D. C., Sunday Star (November 9, 1930).
n. Clipping: "Soviet Dumping Hits European Markets; Seen as 'Ruin' Policy:" New York Times (September 29, 1930).
o. Clipping: Michael Farbman: "Russia's Export Policy Stirs the World:" New York Times (September 28, 1930).
p. Clipping: "Italy Guarantees Credits to Soviets -- Moscow Is to Get up to 75% on Orders -- Threat to Cut Trade Here Recalled:" Financial Chronicle (August 9, 1930).
q. Clipping: "British Machine Tools for Russia:" London Times (November 18, 1930).
r. Clipping: "Embargo by United States on Shipments of Pulp Wood from Soviet Russia -- President Hoover's Attitude -- Russian Shipments Held -- International Paper Company's Statement:" Financial Chronicle (August 2, 1930).
s. Clipping: "Persia Restricts Incoming Good:" Wall Street Journal (August 9, 1930).
t. Clipping: "Belgium to Restrict Soviet Imports:" London Times (October 21, 1930).
u. Clipping: "Goods on Prohibited List:" London Times (April 5, 1930).
v. Clipping: "Ban on Russian Oats:" London Times (Weekly Edition) (October 9, 1930).
w. Clipping: "France Puts Soviet Imports under License:" National Sphere (November 1930).
x. Clipping: "Export Line Signs Big Soviet Contract:" New York Times (November 7, 1930).
y. Clipping: "Antwerp Protests Ban on Soviet Goods:" New York Times (October 27, 1930).
z. Clipping: "New Dumping Plan Is Laid to Soviets:" New York Times (October 28, 1930).

F 56: Russia (1930-1931).

a. Speech: Peter A. Bogdanov (Chairman, Board of Directors, Amtorg Trading Corporation): Before the Institute of Politics, Williamstown, Massachusetts (August 2, 1930).
b. Reprint: "Exclusion of Russian Goods:" Washington Post (December 6, 1930).
c. Clipping: "Stalin Drives for Five-Year Plan" (April 24, 1931).
d. Clipping: "The Five-Year Plan of the Soviet Union:" Business Conditions Weekly (May 16, 1931).
e. Clipping: "Russia's Ultimately Impossible Wheat Program" (May 24, 1931).
f. Clipping: "Communists Speed Up Oil Output to Pass Five Year Goal in Only Three Years:" Enid Daily Eagle (May 4, 1931).
g. Clipping: "U. S. Report on Soviet Shows Economic Plan" (April 17, 1931).

F 57: Russia (1931).

a. Pamphlet: Hugh L. Cooper: "Trade with Russia" (May 5, 1931). Address presented at Sixth General Congress of the International Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
b. Pamphlet: (?): "Information:" re: article entitled "Russian Communism." No. 109. New York City (February 27, 1936).
c. Investment Bulletin: C. F. Childs and Company: "Russia Must Successfully Compete to Complete Her Plans" (July 1931).
d. Reprints: "Barred at Ports, Soviet Lumber May Get in through the Courts:" Business Week (February 18, 1931) and "The Threat of Russia's 'Convict' Labor:" Literary Digest (February 14, 1931).
e. Reprint: Henry D. Baker: "The Red Bear Strikes American Cotton:" (n.d.). American Manganese Producers Association.
f. Program: Luncheon of the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce: Collection of Speeches. New York (January 30, 1931).
g. Booklet: "Economic Review of the Soviet Union" (February 1, 1931).
h. Booklet: "Economic Review of the Soviet Union" (February 15, 1931).

F 58: Russia (n.d., 1932-1933).

a. Pamphlet: John B. Trevor: "The Recognition of Soviet Russia: An Open Letter" (December 21, 1932).
b. Pamphlet: Executive Board of United Russian National Organizations in America: Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt: re: recognition of Soviet Russia (February 16, 1933).
c. Pamphlet: Hugh W. White: "An Address to the American Government" (n.d.). Re: Bolshevists in China.

F 59-61: Salaries and Wages - Correspondence, A - W (1931-1932).

Re: reduction in federal wages and expenditures. Topics include salary ranges of various correspondents, MCG legislation, the Economy Bill, and balancing the federal budget. Correspondents include John J. Cochran (U.S. Representative - Missouri; Chairman, Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments).

F 62: Salaries and Wages - Petitions (n.d., 1931-1932).

Re: reduction in federal wages and expenditures.

F 63: Salaries and Wages - Data (n.d., 1931-1932).

a. Magazine: The New Agricultural Review, I, No. 5 (January 1932).
b. Press Release: MCG's wage reduction bill (December 11, 1936).
c. Statistics: William Tyler Page: Analyses of bills pending in Congress for reduction of federal employees' salaries (March 19, 1932).
d. Statistics: Budget Estimate for Fiscal Year 1933. Deficit estimate attached (n.d.).
e. Reprint: W. M. Collins: "Millions of Dollars Paid Annually in Subsidies:" Railway Post Office (November 1932).
f. Speech: MCG: Re: Salary Reduction in Government. In the U. S. House of Representatives (April 1, 1932).
g. Resolution: Directors, U. S. Chamber of Commerce: re: balancing the budget (March 25, 1932).
h. Clipping: "No Unpaid Workers Needed:" Daily Oklahoman (April 21, 1932).
i. Clipping: "Proposal Viewed from Standpoint of U. S. Workers" (n.d.).
j. Editorial: "Should Railways Pay for Brains?" Railway Age (July 30, 1932). Reprint.
k. Note: R. Woodell: re: encouragement for wage reduction measures (July 15, 1932).
l. Clipping: "A Call to Arms:" Post Office Clerk (n.d.).

F 64: Salaries and Wages - Legislation (1931-1932).

a. H. R. 5467: "To reduce salaries, pay, and wages received from the United States during the calendar year 1932." MCG Bill. Seventy-second Congress; First Session (December 11, 1931). Introduced print.
b. H. R. 6666: "To reduce salaries, pay, and wages received from the United States during the calendar year 1932." MCG Bill. Seventy-second Congress; First Session (January 4, 1932). Introduced print.
c. H. R. 12975: "To amend section 20 of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, for the purpose of limiting the amount of compensation paid by common carriers by railroad which may be charged to operating expenses." MCG Bill. Seventy-second Congress; First Session (July 14, 1932). Introduced print.
d. H. J. Res. 476: "To limit the amount of compensation paid by common carriers by railroad which may be charged to operating expenses." MCG Bill. Seventy-second Congress; First Session (July 13, 1932). Introduced print.

F 65: Salt Plains Wild Life Refuge (n.d., 1929-1933).

a. Correspondence: re: Salt Plains Refuge for migratory waterfowl project.
b. Booklet: "United States Department of Agriculture -- Bureau of Biological Survey" (August 1931).
c. Booklet: "Protection of Migratory Birds and Game Reserves." Compilation of laws relating to migratory birds and game reserves.
d. Public Law 770 (S. 1271): "To more effectively meet the obligations of the United States under the migratory bird treaty with Great Britain by lessening the dangers threatening migratory game birds from drainage and other causes, by the acquisition of areas of land and of water to furnish in perpetuity reservations for the adequate protection of such birds; and authorizing appropriations for the establishment of such areas, their maintenance and improvement, and for other purposes." Seventieth Congress (February 18, 1929).

F 66: Seniority in Congress (n.d., 1930, 1932).

a. Notes: re: Members of Congress serving over thirteen years (n.d.).
b. Speech: Don B. Colton: "Don't Send Raw Recruits to the Front to Replace Seasoned Soldiers" (July 13, 1932). In the House of Representatives.
c. Speech: Guy V. Hardy: "The Influence of Seniority or Length of Service in the United States Congress" (June 5, 1930. In the U. S. House of Representatives.

F 67: Silver Question (n.d., 1931-1932).

a. Correspondence. re: use of silver as money and attacking the gold standard.
b. Reprint: "Cotton Production in China" and another article re: Chinese manufacture of flash-light cases (n.d.).
c. Pamphlet: John B. Rawlings: "The Silver Path to prosperity" (November 3, 1931).

F 68: Silver Question - Pamphlets (n.d., 1931).

a. Pamphlet: American Monetary Reform Association, Flint, Michigan: "A Demand on the President and Congress of the United States" (n.d.).
b. Pamphlet: Fidelity Trust Company of Houston: "Factors Pertaining to Credit: Silver" (1931).
c. Pamphlet: L. K. Armstrong: "Reflections on Gold and Silver" (December 1, 1931).

F 69: Silver Question - Pamphlets (n.d., 1931-1932).

a. Pamphlet: Francis H. Brownell: "Limited Bimetallism at No Fixed Ratio and Bills Now Before Congress in Relation to Silver" (February 8, 1932).
b. Pamphlet: Charles W. Beale: "The Re-monetization of Silver" (n.d.).
c. Pamphlet: Walter Lafferty: re: coinage of silver (January 1, 1932).
d. Pamphlet: "Silver Bullets" (June 8, 1931). Reprint from The Silver Survey.

F 70: Standard Oil (1928).

Legal Brief: "The People of the United States vs. 'Standard Oil.'" Bill of Complaint by the Paden Oil Company. Re: alleged unscrupulous business practices of Standard Oil (June 23, 1928).

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