ROBERT S. KERR COLLECTION
POLITICAL/CAMPAIGN SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
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Personal Correspondence (continued)

F 1: Personal Correspondence (1948) A-Z.

Includes White House invitations, greeting cards and Christmas cards list.

F 2: Personal Correspondence (1949) A-Z.

Correspondents include Harry S. Truman.

F 3: Personal Correspondence (1950) A-Z.

Correspondents include M. J. Harrison. Also includes the pamphlet The Choctaw Indian Legend of Creation by B. Frank Belvin.

F 4: Personal Correspondence (1951) A-Z.

Correspondents include Alben Barkley, Oscar Ewing, William F. Knowland and Stanley Draper.

F 5: Personal Correspondence (1952) A-Z.

Correspondents include Walter F. George, A. Willis Robertson, Ernest W. Mc Farland, J. Allen Frear, Eugene D. Millikin, Harry F. Byrd, Earle C. Clements, Kenneth McKellar, Richard Russell, Clinton P. Anderson, John C. Stennis, Sam Rayburn, Lyndon B. Johnson, George Smathers and Clyde C. Hoey.

F 6: Personal Correspondence (1952) Memorabilia from the 1952 Presidential Campaign.

Telephone directory for Democratic National Convention; tickets to convention; "The Senate's Oklahoma Oil Man," to be published in Power; Democratic Manual for the convention; brochures re RSK; temporary roll of alternates and delegates to the convention; handwritten note, "Why I Am a Delegate" by RSK; address by Carl V. Rice, chairman of the Kansas delegation, seconding RSK's nomination; address by Carl Albert nominating RSK; copy of Congressional Record containing address by RSK before the Democratic Conference of Midwest States; official program of the 1952 Democratic National Convention; RSK's draft of telegram sent to President Truman after his announcement that he would not run again for President; ribbons; miscellaneous.

F 7: Personal Correspondence (1953) A-Z.

Correspondents include Ben Dwight, Earl Welch, Jed Johnson, Reuel Little, M. J. Harrison, Baird Markham, Julian J. Rothbaum and a souvenir inaugural program for Eisenhower and Nixon.

F 8: Personal Correspondence (1954) A-Z.

F 9: Personal Correspondence (1955-1956) A-Z.

Correspondents include W. P. (Bill) Atkinson, Bernard J. Boyle, George Bell Timmerman, and Stanley Draper; copy of the March 1956 edition of The Exchange.

F 10: Personal Correspondence (1958-1963) A-Z.

Correspondents include Milton R. Young; program for the dedication ceremony of the Kiamichi Memorial Monument.

F 10B: Personal Correspondence, Donations (1947-1949, 1951, 1953, 1957-1961).

Correspondents include Herbert Hoover, Eunice M. Kennedy, Howard Miller, E. T. Dunlap, Mike Monroney, J. C. Penney, W. W. Keeler, and William J. Holloway.

Family Correspondence

F 11: Family Correspondence (n.d.).

Correspondents include son Bill Kerr, son Breene Kerr, sister Lois Wimberley, sister Mildred Anderson, son Robert S. Kerr Jr., daughter Kay Kerr, wife Grayce Kerr and mother Mrs. W. S. Kerr.

F 12: Family Correspondence (1943) A-Z.

Correspondents include the Shelton Family (the first Mrs. Kerr's family), Bill Kerr, Breene Kerr, RSK's tailor, and Grayce Kerr, nephew James K. Anderson, Mildred Anderson and Mrs. W. S. Kerr. Also information on family/life insurance and Northhome in Minnesota.

F 13: Family Correspondence (1944) A-Z.

Correspondents include brother Lt. (jg) B. B. Kerr, Grayce Kerr, James K. Anderson, Mildred Anderson, cousin A. S. Galbraith, Mrs. W. S. Kerr, Kay Kerr, RSK's tailor, Bill Kerr, Breene Kerr, Lois Wimberley, and Shelton Family; also has information on family insurance and Northhome in Minnesota.

F 14: Family Correspondence (1945) A-Z.

Correspondents include brother-in-law Carolos Anderson, Robert S. Kerr, Jr., Grayce Kerr, Breene family, brother B. B. Kerr, Mrs. W. S. Kerr, Mildred Anderson, James K. Anderson, and RSK's tailor; information on Northhome in Minnesota; repairs to RSK's mother's house.

F 15: Family Correspondence (1946) A-Z.

Correspondents include RSK's tailor, Bill Kerr, Breene Kerr, Mildred Anderson, Grayce Kerr, James K. Anderson, Mrs. W. S. Kerr, Kay Kerr, Robert S. Kerr, Jr., and Mrs. C. C. Wimberley; also includes information on RSK's discharge from the army, boat purchase, repairs to mother's house, and family/life insurance.

F 16: Family Correspondence (1947) A-Z.

Correspondents include Mike Monroney, Mrs. C. C. Wimberley, Kay Kerr, Mrs. W. S. Kerr, James K. Anderson, Grayce Kerr, and Mildred Anderson, Shelton family, Bill Kerr, Breene Kerr, and RSK's tailor; clipping on Kay Kerr, report cards for Kay Kerr and Bill Kerr; also includes information on Northhome in Minnesota, boat purchase, repairs to Mrs. W. S.  Kerr's house, and family and life insurance.

F 17: Family Correspondence (1948) A-Z.

Correspondents include Bill Kerr, Breene Kerr, Mildred Anderson, Grayce Kerr, James K.  Anderson, Kay Kerr, and Robert S. Kerr, Jr.; also information on Mrs. W. S. Kerr's finances.

F 18: Family Correspondence (1949-1952) A-Z.

F 19: Family Correspondence (1953) A-Z.

Correspondents include Mildred Anderson and Lois Wimberley.  Also includes newspaper clipping on the death of RSK Jr.'s father-in-law; death of RSK's mother.

F 20: Family Correspondence (1954-1956, 1962) A-Z.

F 21: Family Correspondence, RSK Biographical Material (n.d., 1946, [1950, 1960,1963]).

Includes typed biographies of Kerr, including an incomplete one, possibly written by Harve L. Melton; sorghum recipes; Kerr's involvement in the St. Lawrence Waterway Development; and typescript on early life of William Samuel Kerr.

F 22: Family Correspondence, Grayce Kerr Biographical Material (1960-1961).

Includes birth certificates for Robert Jr., Kay and William Kerr.

Public Relations

F 23: Public Relations: "The Big Issue" (1957).

Includes the transcript of the show; Lawrence Spivak.

F 24: Public Relations: Ceremonies, Expositions and Fairs (1959-1962) A-Z.

Correspondents include Stanley Draper Don Mc Bride and Preston J. Moore.

F 25: Public Relations: Commendations (1954-1957) A-Z.

Correspondents include Dial Currin and Julian Rothbaum.

F 26: Public Relations: Commendations (1958-1959, 1961-1962) A-Z.

Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson, William J. Holloway, George Miskovsky, Edward Martin, Richard Neuberger, and Preston E. Peden; script for narration by Chet Huntley and Frank McGee of NBC News for the Kerr Appreciation Dinner.

F 27: Public Relations: Complaints and Criticisms (1950, 1951, 1953, 1959-1960) A-Z.

F 28: Public Relations: Complaints and Criticisms (1961) A-Z.

Correspondents include W. P. "Bill" Atkinson, and Howard Chase.

F 29: Public Relations: Complaints and Criticisms (1962) A-Z.

F 30: Public Relations: Congratulations (1959-1960) A-R.

Correspondents include James E. Murray and Oscar V. Rose. Includes congratulation correspondence to Kerr and from Kerr.

F 31: Public Relations: Congratulations (1959-1960) S-Z.

Includes congratulation correspondence to Kerr and from Kerr.

F 32: Public Relations: Congratulations (1961) A-Ma.

Correspondents include Bryce N. Harlow. Includes congratulation correspondence to Kerr and from Kerr.

F 33: Public Relations: Congratulations (1961) Mi-Z.

Includes congratulation correspondence to Kerr and from Kerr.

F 34: Public Relations: Congressional Record Inserts (1960-1962).

Correspondents include Amos T. Hall and Buford Ellington.

F 35: Public Relations: Endorsements and Introductions (1949) A-Z.

F 36: Public Relations: Endorsements and Introductions (1950) A-Z.

Includes a statement on Oscar L. Chapman

F 37: Public Relations: Endorsements and Introductions (1951-1953) A-Z.

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