MILTON CLINE GARBER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
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Series 2: Subject Files for Speeches, 1933-1947 (continued)

F 1: Editorial Material - Business (1940-1941, 1944).

a. Correspondence: re: Merchant Marine fleet, etc.
b. Reprint: John Dana: "Vast Implications of Harnessing Agriculture to Industry": The Magazine of Wall Street (June 10, 1944).
c. Pamphlet: Editorial: Ernest R. Breech (June 12, 1944).
d. Periodical: "Washington Review: A Periodical Summary of National Business Affairs" (October 21, 1940; January 6, 1941; January 20, 1941).
e. Reprint: "Demos and Party Rights": From Nation's Business (December 1940).
f. Reprint: "Travail of a Democracy": From Nation's Business (November 1940).
g. Reprint: Merle Thorpe: "Behind and Beyond the Ballots": From Nation's Business (December 1940).
h. Newsletter: "Industrial News Review" (December 23, 1940).
i. Newsletter: "Industrial News Review" (October 9, 1944).
j. News Release: Automotive Safety Foundation: re: Increase in traffic accidents (January 2, 1941).
k. News Release: Independent Petroleum Association of America: "News" (n.d.).

F 2: Editorial Material - Quality of Life (n.d., 1941, 1944-1946).

a. Clipping: Roger W. Babson: "Taxes Down, Cost of Living to Rise" (1945).
b. Clipping: "For Policyholders to Think Over" (1944).
c. Bulletin: "The Republic Bulletin," XVIII, No. 51 (December 18, 1944).
d. Clipping: "Excrescence" (n.d.).
e. Clipping: Editorial Page, Minneapolis Morning Tribune (January 11, 1941).
f. Clipping: Gerald W. Johnson: "Books and Things" (n.d.). Re: review of Brave Men by Ernie Pyle.
g. Pamphlet: We, The Citizens: "America Is at the Cross Roads: Which Way Shall We Go?: To Raise Government Revenue" (January 11, 1945?).
h. Clipping: William Hard: "Thank God for the America of Both Parties." From the Readers Digest (December 1944).
i. Clipping: Bob Post: "Even the White House Goes 'In the Red'" (n.d.).
j. Clipping: "Nation Surrenders Aims, Seeks Gains" (October 18, 1946).

F 3: Editorial Material - Holidays (1944).

a. Clipping: "The Editor's Notebook": re: New Year's Resolutions (1945?).
b. Clipping: "Bethlehem Town" (1945?).
c. Clipping: "Christmas, 1944."
d. Clipping: "What Means This Day?" (December 25, 1944).
e. Clipping: "The New Year and the Old" (1945).

F 4: Editorial Material - Personalities (n.d., 1945).

a. Clipping: Elmer T. Peterson: "Jefferson Would Be Confused Now, Too" (1945).
b. Clipping: Westbrook Pegler: "30 Years of Daily Church Attendance Did Not Entitle Pendergast to Pastor's Eulogy" (n.d.).
c. Clipping: Obituary: "David Lloyd-George (1863-1945)" (n.d.).

F 4b: Editorials (n.d.,).

Typed drafts: re: Enid, Enid water system, railroad stop law, district fair, wheat, flour, national parks and rural prosperity.

F 4c: Editorials - Garber/Eddy (ca. 1940 )

Typed drafts: re: World War II, federal employees, the 1940 and 1944 elections, price controls, rationing, war bonds, the draft, Page Belcher, Enid, Woodward, Supreme Court decisions, the Communist party, Montgomery Ward takeover, Elmer Thomas, the New Deal, poll tax, Texas state politics, foreign policy, William Stigler, Wesley Disney, Oklahoma state politics.

F 5: Education (n.d., 1944-1945).

a. Pamphlet: War Finance Committee for Oklahoma: "Oklahoma's Plan of Action for Administrators and Teachers in the Promotion of Schools at War for 1944-1945" (n.d.).
b. Pamphlet: National Commission for the Defense of Democracy through Education: "The Threat of the Undereducation" (n.d.).
c. Outline: "Education for New Tasks" (n.d.).

F 6: Education - Clippings (n.d., 1946).

a. Clipping: "Turner Tells OEA to Push Local Funds" (February 13).
b. Clipping: "Vet Students Jam Schools" (October 18).
c. Clipping: "Adult Literacy Will Be Pushed" (October 18, 1946).
d. Clipping: "Governor Murray on the School Amendments" (October 17, 1946).
e. Clipping: "Educating Future Citizen" (n.d.).
f. Clipping: "Dr. Butler Resigns as Columbia Head; 44 Years in Office" (n.d.).
g. Clippings: Rural Schools (n.d.).
h. Clippings: School Finances in Oklahoma (n.d.).
i. Clippings: Colleges in Oklahoma (n.d.).
j. Clippings: School Curriculum (n.d.).
k. Clippings: Series of articles on Oklahoma A & M (n.d.).
l. Clippings: Federal funding of school lunches (n.d.).

F 7: Elections (1944).

a. Release: "Proportional Representation."
b. List: Candidates for local elections.
c. Clippings: re: significance of the 1944 elections.

F 8: Elections - Election Returns (1944).

a. Clipping: "Armed Service Vote Follows General Trend."
b. Election Returns: Garfield County and National Elections (1944).

F 9: Elections (1944).

a. Vote Comparison: Popular vote comparison between F.D.R. and Thomas Dewey on a state-by-state basis. Associated Press.
b. Analysis: Primary elections of 1944 (April 6, 1944). Associated Press.
c. Clippings: re: Statistics in primary and general elections and the effect of special interest groups (1944).
d. Clippings: re: gubernatorial elections of 1944.
e. Clippings: re: Democratic and Republican parties in the election of 1944.
f. Clippings: re: Make-up of the House of Representatives after the election of 1944 and the Rural-Urban Contrast in the Election of 1944.

F 10: Elections - Clippings (1944).

a. Clipping: "Kerr Assured Huge Majority in Legislature" (n.d.).
b. Clippings: Analysis of vote in Oklahoma counties in the national elections.
c. Clippings: Analysis of county votes, Oklahoma (1944).

F 11: Encyclopaedia Britannica (1945-1946).

a. Correspondence: re: MCG order.
b. Miscellaneous information and pamphlets.

F 12: Enid, Oklahoma (n.d., 1930, 1938).

a. Clipping: re: grasshopper invasion of Harper County (n.d.).
b. Clipping: "Enid's Annual Retail Trade 20 Millions" (n.d.).
c. Bulletin: Information about the Enid Chamber of Commerce (December 1, 1930).
d. Pamphlet: Enid Chamber of Commerce: "Enid: Headquarters for Western Oklahoma Oil Activity" (n.d.).
e. Notice: Office of the County Attorney: "To All Concerned with the management or operation of public places of amusement and dancing" (May 18, 1938).
f. Folder: Enid Publishing Company: "Trade Survey of Enid, Oklahoma" (n.d.).

F 13: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Mutual Broadcasting System New Releases (1939).

Radio scripts: re: various events of 1939 (February 10 - May 4).

F 14: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Mutual Broadcasting System New Release (1939).

Radio scripts: re: various events of 1939 (May 3- May 24).

F 15: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Miscellaneous News Services (n.d., 1939).

a. Correspondence: re: radio programs.
b. Release: Associated Press: re: P. T. Barnum (May 5).
c. Pamphlet: "This Is Your Old Friend Singin' Sam" (n.d.).
d. Photographic Mat.
e. Releases: Ralston Purina Company, St. Louis, Missouri: Re: Chick Martin and the Checkerboard Four (n.d.).
f. Release: International News Service, New York: "Behind the Scenes of Your News Broadcast" (n.d.).
g. News Release: re: radio program, "Rubinoff and His Violin" (Spring 1939).
h. Booklet: Paul H. Raymer Company: "Exclusive Radio Station Representatives" (n.d.).

F 16: Enid Radio Station KCRC- Miscellaneous Programs (n.d., 1939-1939).

a. Radio script: Prospectus for a baseball and sports broadcast (n.d.).
b. Report: re: DX Program (March 5, 1939).
c. Handbill: Spring Jubilee Amateur Frolic (May 6, 1939).
d. Radio Script: "Amateur Hour Program" (December 17, 1938).
e. Program: "Guards of the Sea: A Musical Comedy in Two Act" (n.d.).
f. Newscast: "News of Enid of Northwest Oklahoma" (n.d.).

F 17: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Publicity (n.d., 1938-1939).

a. Pamphlet: A. Walter Socolow, Baker, Voorhis, and Company, New York: "The Law of Radio Broadcasting" (1938).
b. Magazine: "Tide", XII, No. 22 (November 15, 1938).
c. Clippings and announcement (1939).
d. Newspaper photographic mats (n.d.).
e. Clippings: re: identification of four of the above photographic mats as publicity announcements (n.d.).
f. Clippings: re: KCRC's new "Frolics" amateur program (1939).

F 18: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features (1938?).

Clippings: selected, local events to be broadcast.

F 19: Enid Radio Station KCRC- Features Script: News (1938-1939).

a. Release: re: oil workers strike in Tulsa (n.d.).
b. Release: re: oil industry (1938-1939).

F 20: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (1939?).

a. News Scripts: re: Oklahoma news (February 1939).
b. News Scripts: re: National news (February 1939).
c. Clippings: re: Enid news events (February 1939).

F 21: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (March 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: National news (March 1939).
c. Clippings: re: Enid news events (n.d.).

F 22: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (March 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: National news (March 1939).
c. Radio Scripts: re: International news (March 1939).

F 23: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (March 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: National news (March 1939).
c. Radio Scripts: re: International news (March 1939).d. Clippings: news of local and state events (1939).

F 24: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (March 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: National news (March 1939).
c. Radio Scripts: re: International news: events in Europe (March 1939).
d. Clippings: News of local and state events (n.d., March 1939).

F 25: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (April 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: National news (April 1939).
c. Radio Scripts: re: International news: events in Europe (April 1939).
d. Clippings: re: paving project in Enid (April 1939).

F 26: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and area news (May 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: President Franklin Roosevelt and Argentine beef (May 20, 1939).

F 27: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (n.d., 1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (June 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: International news (June 1939).
c. Clipping: re: Enid city offices (n.d.).

F 28: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (n.d., 1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (July 1939).
b. Clipping: "No. 1 Meisner Drills Deeper" (n.d.).

F 29: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: News (n.d.).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local and state news (n.d.).
b. Radio Scripts: re: National news (n.d.).
c. Radio Scripts: re: International news (n.d.).

F 30: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: Sports (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local basketball (February-March 1939).
b. Radio Scripts: re: Local boxing (April 1939).
c. Radio Scripts: re: Local track and field (March - April 1939).
d. Radio Scripts: re: Local baseball (March - April 1939).
e. Clippings: re: local boxing, basketball, and baseball (n.d.).

F 31: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: Sports (1939).

a. Radio Scripts: re: Local baseball (May - July 1939).
b. Radio Script: re: Local tennis (May 2, 1939).
c. Radio Scripts: re: Local golf (June 1939).

F 32: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: Sports (n.d.).

a. Radio Script: re: Semi-pro Baseball (n.d.).
b. Radio Script: re: Game and Fish situation (n.d.).
c. Radio Scripts: re: Local basketball (n.d.).
d. Radio Scripts: re: Local boxing (n.d.).
e. Clipping: re: golf (n.d.).
f. Clipping: "Women's Bowling Tourney Will Be Started Tonight" (n.d.).
g. Clippings: re: baseball (n.d.).
h. Clippings: re: basketball (n.d.).
i. Clippings: re: boxing (n.d.).

F 33: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Features Scripts: Vital Statistics (1939).

Radio Scripts: re: births, death, marriages, and building permit for the Enid area (Jan.-July 1939).

F 34: Enid Radio Station KCRC - Mail (1938-1939).

Correspondence: re: programming, clarity of broadcast, time of broadcasts, and sports.

F 35: Enid Radio Station KCRC - MCG Radio Talks (1932).

a. Correspondence: re: requests for advance copies of scripts.
b. Radio Script: re: The Norbeck Bill and radio talk: "The Load on the Farmer's Back" (July 16, 1932).
c. Radio Script: MCG: re: Norbeck Bill (August 19, 1932).
d. Radio Script: MCG: "The Fight for a Tariff on Oil" (August 26, 1932).

F 36: Enid Radio Station KCRC - MCG Radio Talks (1932).

a. Correspondence: re: request for advance copy of scripts.
b. Radio Script: MCG: re: "The Necessity for a Stabilized Dollar" (September 2, 1932).
c. Radio Script: MCG: re: oil production (September 23, 1932).
d. Radio Script: MCG: re: military draft and manpower (September 29, 1932).
e. Radio Script: MCG: re: tariff (October 13, 1932).
f. Radio Script: MCG: re: interdependence of labor, industry and agriculture (October 28, 1932).
g. Radio Script: MCG: re: 1932 National Campaign (November 7, 1932).

F 37: Enid Radio Station KCRC - MCG Radio Talks (n.d., 1932).

a. Clippings: re: 1932 election and related issues (1932).
b. Clippings: re: Prohibition (1932).
c. Clippings: re: adjournment of Congress (1932).
d. Clippings: re: events in Congress, Depression, and disarmament (1932).
e. Notes or Draft: re: The Economy (n.d.).

F 38: Farm Labor, Drafting of (n.d.).

Clippings: various articles, re: draft of farm labor to serve in wartime (n.d.).

F 39: Food Supply (1946).

Clippings: re: world food situation in aftermath of World War II (U. S. Relief Plans, Herbert Hoover, etc.) (1946).

F 40: Food Supply (1946).

Clippings: re: world food situation (Europe, meat shortage, and grain quotas). (1946).

F 41: Gallup and other Polls (1944).

Clippings: re: analysis of the 1944 campaign, possible peace settlements, military training in peacetime, etc. (1944).

F 42: Gallup Polls (1944).

Clippings: re: analysis of certain issues in the 1944 campaign

F 43: Gallup Polls (1945-1946).

Clippings: re: analysis of issues and voting blocs in the forthcoming 1946 election.

F 44: Gallup Polls (1945-1946).

Clippings: re: various articles, e. g., postwar economic system, peace and its aftermath, U. S. legislation, U. S. military, political parties, vice-presidential candidates, Harry Truman and the occupation.

F 45: Hitler, Adolf (1944-1945).

Clippings: re: ideology, life and death, peace initiatives, birthday, decree for total mobilization, escape plans, and the advance of American and Russian troops.

F 46: Hopkins, Harry (n.d.).

a. Clipping: "Hopkin's Influence Reaches Peak" (n.d.).
b. Clipping: "Influence of Harry Hopkins Is Waxing" (n.d.).

F 47: Independence Day (n.d., 1926).

a. Note cards: Congressional Record extract: Harry B. Hawes: Sixty-ninth Congress; First Session (April 13, 1926).
b. Note cards: Speech: MCG?: re: Declaration of Independence (n.d.).
c. Note cards: Speech: MCG?: re: significance of July 4 (n.d.).
d. Pamphlet: "Official Plan for the Nation-wide Celebration of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Adoption of the Declaration of Independence." Public Resolution No. 20. Sixty-ninth Congress (April 26, 1926).
e. Speech: Nicholas Murray Butler: "The Declaration of Independence, 1776-1926" (July 5, 1926). Delivered before the American Society in London.
f. Speech: Andrew J. Montague: re: 150th Anniversary of the Adoption of the Virginia Bill of Rights (James Brown Scott) (June 17, 1926). Congressional Record extract.
g. Clipping: "Famous Remark of John Witherspoon at First Signing" (June 12, 1926).

F 48: Industrial News Review (1947).

Newsletter: Hofer and Sons, Portland, Oregon: "Industrial New Review" (October 27, 1947; November 3, 1947; November 17, 1947; December 1, 1947; December 15, 1947; December 22, 1947).

F 49: Inflation (n.d., 1945, 1947).

a. Pamphlet: Harry Scherman, Council for Democracy: "Inflation in One Easy Lesson: The Last Line of Defense." Reprinted from Colliers (April 17).
b. Report: Chester Bowles, Senate Committee on Banking and Currency: "Nation Faces Greatest Test in Fight Against Inflation" (October 23, 1945).
c. Clippings: re: various issues (economy, Depression, and inflation) (n.d.).
d. Newsletter: Republican National Committee, "The Chairman's Letter" (December 15, 1947). Articles on Inflation.

F 50: Insurance (n.d.).

Clippings: re: insurance and anti-trust laws (n.d.).

F 51: Interior Department (n.d, 1946).

a. Clipping: "Interior Department Budget Cut 50% by House Group (May 8, 1946).
b. Clipping: "Krug Reveals New Oil Unit" (May 6).

F 52: Japan (1945-1946).

a. Pamphlet: "Town Meeting". Subject: "How Can We Assure Lasting Peace in Japan?" (September 27, 1945).
b. Clippings: re: atrocities, Emperor Hirohito, occupation, and war (1944-1946).

F 53: Kerr, Robert S. (1944).

a. Correspondence: re: editorial in Enid Daily News.
b. Clippings: re: various topics, especially Kerr's keynote address at 1944 Democratic National Convention.

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