MILTON CLINE GARBER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
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Series 3: Subject Files for Speeches, 1933-1947 (continued)

F 1: Truman Reorganization Plan (n.d., 1946)

a. Release: James F. Byrnes: "Why We Must Give the President a Clear Road." From the American Magazine (July 6).
b. Clippings: re: reorganization of the federal agencies and bureaus, possible appointment of a General Manager of the Federal Government, etc. (n.d.).

F 2: United Nations (1946?).

Clippings: re: approval of the U. N. by the U. S. Senate, international relations under the U. N., post-World War II relations, etc. (1946).

F 3: United Nations (n.d., 1946).

Clippings: re: Greek Tragedy, United Nations location, Iran, Pacific Islands trusteeship, selection of a Secretary-General, Big 3 pacts, U. N. peacekeeping forces, Declaration of Dublin, etc.

F 4: United Nations (n.d., 1946).

Clippings: re: opening addresses, Big 3 pact, Moscow Conference, Atomic agreement, control of Japan, Near East, Franco Spain, Kurds, Iran, Manchuria, mandated territories, World Court, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Italy, etc.

F 5: United Nations (1946).

Clippings: re: speeches, Balkan Issue, control of Japan, Russian Bolt of the Security Council, Russo-Italian dispute, colonies, Canada, etc. (1946).

F 6: United War Chest (n.d., 1944).

a. Booklet: National War Fund: "Speakers Handbook" (n.d.).
b. Pamphlet: National War Fund: "Your Taxes and Your Contributions" (n.d.).
c. Newsletter: "The War Chest News: United War Chest of Oklahoma", No. 7 (September 28, 1944).
d. Newsletter: "The War Chest News: United War Chest of Oklahoma", No. 8 (October 4, 1944).
e. Newsletter: re: U.S.O. and the War Chest, No. 7 (n.d.).
f. Newsletter: National War Fund: "United Seamen's Service, Inc." (August 17, 1944).
g. Quotations: Clarence B. Randall, Campaign Director for the Chicago Community and War Fund (n.d.).

F 7: Wallace-Jones Appointment (1945?).

Clippings: re: speeches, separation of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation from the Department of Commerce. (1945?).

F 8: War Aims (n.d., 1943).

a. Clippings: re: postwar policy of U. S., Cordell Hull's 17 Points, etc. (n.d.).
b. Paper: Robert M. Hutchins, University of Chicago: re: war aims (n.d.).
c. Release: Abbett Rulliam, Executive Vice-President, Citizens Bureau of Governmental Research, Inc., of New York State: re: war aims (June 1, 1943).

F 9: War Crimes (n.d.).

Clippings: re: war as crime, Herman Goering's suicide letter, Nuremberg Trials, German decision to continue the war, Hirohito, Justice Jackson's report from Nuremberg, Moscow trials, criminal list, trial of Pierre Laval (n.d.).

F 10: War Debts (n.d.).

a. Pamphlet: American Association Favoring Reconsideration of the War Debts: no title (n.d.).
b. Clippings: re: British war debts (n.d.).

F 11: War Labor Board (n.d.).

Clippings: re: pay hikes, steelworkers, Montgomery Ward, church members and the Teamsters Union (n.d.).

F 12: War Mobilization Board (n.d., 1945).

a. Booklet: James F. Byrnes, Director, War Mobilization and Reconversion: "War Production and VE-Day." Second Report to the President, the Senate, and the House of Representatives (April 1, 1945).
b. Clippings: re: curfews, New York Mayor La Guardia, James F. Byrnes, Fred M. Vinson (n.d.).

F 13: War Production Board (n.d., 1944).

a. Pamphlet: Automotive Council for War Production: "Automotive War Production," III, No. 11 (November 1944).
b. Clippings: re: Army-WPB dispute, death of Edsel Ford, arms production, Wilson-Roosevelt letters, etc. (n.d.).

F 14: War Profits (n.d., 1940-1941).

a. Clippings: re: war profits scandals (n.d.).
b. Pamphlet: National Defense Advisory Commission, Washington, D.C.: "The National Defense Advisory Commission: Functions and Activities" (December 20, 1940).
c. Booklet: "Office of Emergency Management: Functions and Administration" (April 1941).

F 15: Washington Close-Up (1947).

Newsletter: Citizens National Committee: "Washington Close-Up", V, No. 3 (May-June 1947); V, No. 5 (September-October 1947).

F 16: Wilkie, Wendell (n.d.).

Clippings: re: Wilkie-Dewey race for nomination, Wilkie quits race, Wilkie and the Republican Platform, Labor policy, Wilkie's views on foreign policy, free enterprise and social security, eulogy for Wilkie, etc.

F 17: Wilkie, Wendell (n.d.).

Clippings: re: praise of G.O.P. and criticism of Dewey, violation of the rights of small nations, post-war job plan, condemnation of isolationists, primary elections, speeches, etc.

F 18: Women in Service of Country (n.d.).

Clippings: re: draft of single women, WAC draft, etc.

Series 3: Post Office Files, 1923-1933

F 19:Quinlan (1927). Postmasters.

F 20: Quinlan (1929). Daily Service on Rural Route No. 2.

F 21: Quinlan (1931). Status of Rural Routes 1 and 2 and of Star Route 53145.

F 22: Quinlan (1932). Proposed Extension of Rural Route 1.

F 23: Range (1927-1928). Relocation of the post office.

F 24: Range (1928-1929). Postmaster.

F 25: Red Rock (1928-1929). Postmaster.

F 26: Red Rock (1928). Rural Route B.

F 27: Red Rock (1933). Postmaster.

F 28: Ringwood (1927). Rural Route 2.

F 29: Ringwood (1927). Postmaster.

F 30: Ringwood (1928). Rural Route 4.

F 31: Ringwood (1928). Postal Clerk Position.

F 32: Ringwood (1828). Rural Route 3.

F 33: Ringwood (1929-1930). Postmaster.

F 34: Ringwood (1930). Rural Route 2.

F 35: Ringwood (1932). Praise of Postmaster.

F 36: Riverside (1926-1927). Discontinuance of Service at Riverside and Extension of Rural Route 2 from Beaver.

F 37: Rosston (1928). Postmaster.

F 38: Rosston (1929). Rural Carrier.

F 39: Rosston (1932). Postmaster.

F 40: Roxana (1927). Establishment of a Post Office.

F 41: Salt Fork (1928). Postmaster.

F 42: Salt Fork (1926-1927). Rural Route 1.

F 43: Salt Springs (1927-1928). Civil Service Status and Amendment in Rural Service.

F 44: Salt Springs (1928). Postmaster; Rural Route 1.

F 45: Sampsel (1924). Closing of post office.

F 46: Sand Creek (1931). Postmaster.

F 47: Sand Creek (1927-1928). Star Route 53120.

F 48: Selman (1927-1932). Increase in Rental Allowance, Postmaster.

F 49: Selman (1927). Rural Service.

F 50: Selman (1928-1929). Extension of Route A.

F 51: Selman (1932). Extension of Route A (Route 1).

F 52: Sharon (1928). Postmaster.

F 53: Sharon (1928). Amendment of Route A.

F 54: Sherman (1931). Postmaster.

F 55: Sherman (1930). Possible Initiation of Star Route.

F 56: Shidler (1927). Meeting.

F 57: Speermore (1931-1932). Postmaster.

F 58: Sturgis (1926). Establishment of Rural Route.

F 59: Sturgis (1928). Postmaster.

F 60: Sturgis (1930-1931). Postmaster.

F 61: Supply (1928-1930). Postmaster.

F 62: Supply (1928-1930). Extension of Rural Route 1.

F 63: Tangier (1930). Postmaster.

F 64: Tegarden (1928-1932). Postmaster.

F 65: Tegarden (1932). Amendment of Rural Routes.

F 66: Texhoma (1927-1928). Possible Violation of Civil Service Regulations; Postmaster.

F 67: Texhoma (1928). Assistant Postmaster.

F 68: Texhoma (1929). Building to Rent for Post Office.

F 69: Texhoma (1932). Postmaster.

F 70: Texhoma (1927-1928). Extension of Star Route 53139 and rural routes 1 and 2.

F 71: Three Sands (1930). Postmaster.

F 72: Tonkawa (1930). Postmaster.

F 73: Tonkawa (1932). Postmaster Indebtedness.

F 74: Turpin (1927-1928). Postmaster.

F 75: Turpin (1929-1930). Postmaster.

F 76: Turpin (1932). Post Office Rent.

F 77: Turpin (1927). Rural Route 1 and A.

F 78: Turpin (1928). Amendment of Rural Route A.

F 79: Tyrone (1927). Postmaster.

F 80: Tyrone (1931-1932). Postmaster.

F 81: Tyrone (1932). Rental for the Post Office.

F 82: Uncas (1928-1930). Postmaster.

F 83: Uncas (1929). Petition for Rural Mail Route.

F 84: Uncas (1932). Mail Messenger Service.

F 85: Wagoner (1931). Postmaster.

F 86: Wakita (1929). Postmaster.

F 87: Wakita (1928-1929). Postmaster.

F 88: Wakita (1930). Extension of Star Route.

F 89: Wakita (1932). Extension of Rural Route 1.

F 90 Waukomis (1928). Postmaster.

F 91: Waukomis (1931-1932). Postmaster.

F 92: Waurika (1929). Postmaster.

F 93: Waynoka (1927). Village Delivery Service.

F 94: Waynoka (1927-1928). Postmaster.

F 95: Waynoka (1927-1929). Postmaster.

F 96: Waynoka (1928). Rural Carrier.

F 97: Waynoka (1930-1932). Contested Postmaster Appointment.

F 98: Waynoka (1930). Rural Carrier.

F 99: Wheeless (1931). Postmaster.

F 100: Wilkins (1929-1930). Discontinuance of Post Office.

F 101: Winchester (1930). Postmaster.

F 102: Woodward (1927). Paving Street in Front of Post Office.

F 103: Woodward (1926-1927). Postmaster.

F 104: Woodward (1928). Assistant Postmaster.

F 105: Woodward (1928). Extension of City Delivery.

F 106: Woodward (1929). MCG Speech.

F 107: Woodward (1931-1932). Postmaster.

F 108: Woodward (1932). Extension of Rural Route 2.

F 109: Woodward (1930). Transfer of Rural Carrier.

F 110: Woodward (1931-1933). Rural Routes and Carriers.

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