THOMAS P. GORE COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 7

Box 8: Speeches.

F 1: Bailey, Josiah W. - U. S. Senator from North Carolina. Speeches.

F 2: Bankhead Amendment (1935). Speech by Gore on amendment proposing a tax on petroleum - August 22, 1935.

F 3: Bankhead Cotton Bill (1934). Remarks by Gore in the Senate - March 29, 1934.

F 4: Barkley, Alben W. (1932). U. S. Senator from Kentucky. Speech by Barkley at Democratic National Convention - June 27, 1932.

F 5: "Belligerent Vessels" (1916). Speech by Gore in the Senate - January 5, 1916.

F 6: Bryan, William Jennings.

a. Introduction of Bryan at Kingman, Kansas - August 25, 1915.

b. Post card - "Bryan on the League of Nations and Gore's Referendum Amendment."

F 7: Bilbo, Theodore G. (1946). U. S. Senator from Mississippi. Speeches by Bilbo in the Senate - January 30-31 and February 7, 1946.

F 8: Blind, Organization for the.

a. Correspondence (1940-41).

b. Speeches by Gore.

c. Brochures.

F 9: Brewers' Association (1935).

a. Speech by Gore at the 60th Annual Convention of the U. S. Brewers' Association - October 23, 1935.

b. Proceedings of Convention.

c. Proof of speech.

d. Correspondence (November-December, 1935).

F 10: Byrd, Harry F. (1947). U. S. Senator from Virginia. Speeches by Byrd - 1947.

F 11: Campaign (1920). Message to the "Sovereign People of Oklahoma" under the heading "America First--Seniority Counts."

F 12: City Club (1922). Summary of remarks by Gore at the inauguration of officers of the City Club - May 5, 1922.

F 13: "Compulsory or Voluntary Military Training" (1920). Speech by Gore - April 9, 1920.

F 14: "Is the Constitution a Mere Souvenir?" (1932-1935).

a. Speech by Gore - January 24, 1932.

b. Correspondence (1932).

c. Remarks on Senator Black's 30-hour week bill - April 5, 1933.

d. Remarks on the National Industrial Recovery Administration - June 8, 1933.

e. Remarks on the Supreme Court decision on the National Recovery Administration - May 28, 1935.

f. Liberty - Fourth quarter, 1932.

F 15: Co-operative Wheat Growers (1936). Extracts from Gore's speech at Enid before the Co-operative Wheat Growers - April 9, 1936.

F 16: "Cost of Production of Wheat, Cotton, Corn, Hogs, Etc." (1918). Speech by Gore from the Forum - September, 1918.

F 17: "The Cotton Situation in the South" (1914). Speech by Gore - October 20, 1914.

F 18: Cumberland University (1935). Speech by Gore at Commencement Exercises - June 3, 1935.

F 19: Democratic Convention of 1908. Statement on Gore speech.

F 20: Democratic Convention of 1928. Seconding speech by Gore for James Reed - June 28, 1928. (Page 6 of the Houston Post-Dispatch - June 29, 1928 - removed to Outsized #30.)

F 21: Democratic State Central Committee. "The Future of the Democratic Party.

F 22: Deficiency Appropriation Bill (1934). Remarks by Gore - June 15, 1934.

F 23: Depletion Allowance.

a. Memorandum on Revenue Act of 1916.

b. "Allowance for Depletion in Oil and Mining Properties" - speech by Gore in the Senate - April 6 and 9, 1934.

c. Letter from Gore to "My Dear Sir;" re: speech above.

d. Statement by Gore before the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives.

F 24: "The Dethronement of the Hohenzollerns" (1918-1919).

a. Speech by Gore in the Senate - October 17 and 18, 1918.

b. Letter to "My Dear Sir;" re: speech above.

c. Excerpts from speeches by Gore - 1919.

F 25: Dolliver, Jonathan P. (1910) U. S. Senator from Iowa. Memorial address by Gore on Dolliver death - 1910.

F 26: "Draft Money as Well as Men" (1917). Extract from speech by Gore in the Senate - September 10, 1917.

F 27: Economics (1931).

a. "National and International Economics" - address by Gore to the International Apple Association - August, 1931.

b. Correspondence.

F 28: "Excelsior" (1888). Speech by Gore at the Commencement of the Walthall Normal School - June 8, 1888. Clipping.

F 29: Farm and Home Hour (1931). Correspondence requesting copies of Gore's radio speech on the Farm and Home Hour of the National Broadcasting Company - September 16, 1931.

F 30: Farm Relief Bill (1933). Remarks by Gore in the Senate - April 13, 1933.

F 31: Frederick (1930). Excerpts from speech at Frederick, Oklahoma - 1930.

F 32: Governors' Oil Conference (1931).

a. Speech by Gore before the Governors' Oil Relief Conference - January_16, 1931.

b. Correspondence.

F 33: Heflin, J. Thomas (1923). U. S. Senator from Alabama. Speech by Heflin - "The Legislative Situation" - March 3, 1923.

F 34: Hibernian Society (1936). Speech by Gore before the Hibernian Society, Charleston, South Carolina - March 17, 1936.

F 35: Howell, R. B. (1926). U. S. Senator from Nebraska. Speech of Howell - 1926.

F 36: Hull, Cordell (1934). Secretary of State.

a. Department of State press releases - May 12, 1934 - including address by Hull to the alumni of Cumberland University - May 5, 1934.

b. Extracts of remarks by Gore made at a banquet in honor of Hull - May 5, 1934.

c. Memorandum.

d. Miscellaneous speeches.

F 37: "Hypocrites Safe" (1934). Editorial by Luther Harrison in the Daily Oklahoman_- July 1, 1934.

F 38: "Irish Freedom" (1920). Remarks by Gore in the Senate - March 19, 1920.

F 39: Jefferson Dinner (1931). Extracts from speech by Gore at the Annual Jefferson Dinner in New York City - April 11, 1931.

F 40: Kansas City (1934).

a. Typed copies of articles in the Kansas City Journal-Post - May 14-15, 1934 - re: Gore's speech to the Kansas City Bar Association.

b. Correspondence.

F 41: Knights of Columbus (1922). Speech by Gore - "Post War Depression and Recovery" - before the Knights of Columbus at Waltham - February 20, 1922.

F 42: "Labor Is Not a Commodity." Speech by Gore in the Senate.

F 43: Landrum Nomination Speech. Seconding speech by State Senator E. M. Landrum for Gore as Senator at Tahlequah.

F 44: "Liberty Loan" (1918). Speech by Gore at the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York - April 27, 1918.

F 45: Markham, General B. H. (1934). Speech by Markham - "Taxes to Sustain or Taxes to Despoil?" - during the International Petroleum Exposition at Tulsa, Oklahoma - May 16, 1934.

F 46: Marland, E. W., Campaign (1934). Extracts from speech by Gore at Duncan, Oklahoma, against W. B. Pine - 1934.

F 47: McKeown, Tom D. (1925-1926). Member of Congress from Oklahoma. Speeches by McKeown.

F 48: Merchants' Association (1915).

a. Address by Gore at luncheon of the Merchants' Association at New York City - December 9, 1915.

b. Greater New York - bulletin of the Merchants' Association of New York - December 13, 1915.

F 49: Miscellaneous Typed Speeches.

F 50: Money (1932-1935).

a. Speeches by Gore - 1932-1935.

b. Letter to "My Dear Friend" from Elmer Thomas; re: money issue.

c. Correspondence.

F 51: Murray, William H. (1932). Speech by Murray on liquor question in Vinita Daily Journal - January 19, 1932. (Removed to Outsized #26.)

F 52: National Automobile Chamber of Commerce (1916). Speech by Gore before Chamber - January 4, 1916.

F 53: National Recovery Act (1933-1935).

a. Speech by Gore in the Senate - June 8, 1933.

b. Speech on N. R. A. being declared unconstitutional - May 28, 1935.

c. Quotations - October 23, 1933.

F 54: National Tax Association (1935).

a. Address by Gore before Association Convention at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - October 16, 1935.

b. Correspondence.

F 55: Newark, New Jersey (1933). Material used in preparation for speech in Newark - November 5, 1933.

F 56: Oil (1932-1933).

a. "Dumping of Foreign Oil and Gasoline" - speech by Gore in the Senate - July 13, 1932.

b. "Farmers' Cooperative Oil Pools" - speech by Gore in the Senate - June 12 and 13, 1933.

F 57: Old Age Pension Bill (1934). Remarks by Gore - June 13, 1934.

F 58: "Our Strength and Our Burden" (1935). Speech by Gore in the Senate - July 29, 1935.

F 59: Owen, Robert L. (1942-1945).

a. Remarks by Gore at a luncheon given in honor of Owen's 90th birthday by the Oklahoma Congressional delegation - February 3, 1945.

b. Remarks on the unveiling of a portrait of Owen by Gore - May 9, 1942.

c. Remarks of Jed Johnson on Owen's birthday - February 7, 1945.

d. Proof of Owen and Gore cutting cake.

F 60: Owen, Ruth Bryan (1934). Daughter of William Jennings Bryan and Minister to Denmark. Introductory remarks by Gore - October, 1934.

F 61: Packers Relief (1934). Clipping - Blackwell, Oklahoma, Morning Tribune - June 21, 1934.

F 62: "Panama Canal Tolls" (1914). Speech by Gore in the Senate - June 9, 1914.

F 63: Peace Treaty with Germany (1918-1919).

a. Speech by Gore in the Senate - November 5, 1919.

b. Letter from Gore to "My Dear Sir;" re: war policy - October 31, 1918.

F 64: "Philippine Friar Lands" (1910). Speech by Gore - June 15, 1910.

F 65: Political and Economic Situation of Today (1921). Statement and letter by Gore - released October 10, 1921.

F 66: Political Notes (May 25, 1939). Re: 1940.

F 67: Press Releases and Statements (1931-1936).

F 68: Price Fixing (1933). Debate by Gore in Congressional Record - April 13, 1933.

F 69: Public Welfare (1935). Address by Gore - "Fundamentals of Public Welfare" - published in the Official Report of the First Triennial Convention" of the General Federation of Women's Clubs - June 4-12, 1935.

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T. P. Gore Collection Description


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