ROBERT S. KERR COLLECTION
GUBERNATORIAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 1

F 1: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1930.

F 2: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1931.

F 3: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1932.

F 4: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1933.

Subjects include Reford Bond.

F 5: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1934.

Subjects include Ernest Whitworth Marland. Correspondents include Edward King Gaylord, Northeastern State Teachers' College (Okla.),

F 6: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1935.

Correspondents include Ernest Whitworth Marland, Independent Petroleum Association of America, and Oklahoma State Insurance Fund.

F 7: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1936.

F 8: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1938.

Subjects include Leon Chase Phillips. Correspondents include William J. Holloway, Sr., Boy Scouts of America Central America Council, Boy Scouts of America, Last Frontier Council, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

F 9: Personal Correspondence, A-Z, 1939.

Subjects include Reford Bond. Correspondents include Lyle Hagler Boren, Stanley Draper, Scott Ferris, Jed J. Johnson, Elmer Thomas, Boy Scouts of America Central Oklahoma Council, A. S. Mike Monroney, Boy Scouts of America Last Frontier Council, Boy Scouts of America, Pontotoc Area Council, Independent Petroleum Association of America, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

F 10: Personal Correspondence, A-G, 1940.

Correspondents include Luther Lee Bohanon, Lyle Hagler Boren, Virgil Browne, Wesley Ernest Disney, Boy Scouts of America - Last Frontier Council, Democratic National Committee (U.S.), and Independent Petroleum Association of America.

F 11: Personal Correspondence, Ha-Hud, 1940.

Correspondents include William J. Holloway.

F 11B: Personal Correspondence, Huff, Ila, 1940.

This folder consists primarily of correspondence received by Huff regarding her investigation of abuses in the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in Oklahoma. Also included is correspondence from Jed Johnson, A. S. Mike Monroney, Wilburn Cartwright, and Elmer Thomas to Huff re this investigation.

F 12: Personal Correspondence, Huff, M.-Z, 1940.

Correspondents include Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Stanley Carlyle Draper, Edward King Gaylord, Jed J. Johnson, Metropolitan Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City Junior Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma Publishing Company, Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Frank Buttram, C. H. Jones, Oklahoma County Democratic Convention (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Pittsburg County Democratic Convention (McAlester, Okla.), and State League of Young Democrats of Oklahoma.

F 13: Personal Correspondence, A-Be, 1941.

Correspondents include Henry G. Bennett, H. E. Bailey, American Petroleum Institute, Baptist General Convention of Texas, and Ted Beaird.

F 14: Personal Correspondence, Bi-Bz, 1941.

Correspondents include Lyle Hagler Boren, Joseph A. Brandt, Boy Scouts of America - Last Frontier Council, and the United States Dept. of the Interior.

F 15: Personal Correspondence, C-F, 1941.

Correspondents include Wesley Ernest Disney, Disabled American Veterans of the World War (Pueblo, Colo.), Chamber of Commerce (Chickasha, Okla.), United States Agricultural Adjustment Administration, United States Federal Security Agency, United States Farm Security Administration, American Legion Auxiliary Dept. of Oklahoma, American Legion Dept. of Oklahoma, James Daugoman (Chairman Indian Democratic Committee Western Oklahoma), Democratic National Committee (U.S.), and Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (U.S.).

F 16: Personal Correspondence, Ga-Gi, 1941.

Correspondents include Edward King Gaylord.

F 17: Personal Correspondence, Go-Gz, 1941.

Correspondents include Greek War Relief Association and Robert Goombi (President of Kiowa Indian Chapter State League of Young Democrats).

F 18: Personal Correspondence, H-I, 1941.

Correspondents include Robert A. Hefner, Young Men's Christian Associations International Committee, Ben Dwight, and Inter-Tribal Indian Council.

F 19: Personal Correspondence, J-K, 1941.

Correspondents include Jed J. Johnson.

F 20: Personal Correspondence, L, 1941.

Correspondents include Correspondents include Joshua Bryan Lee and United States War Dept.

F 21: Personal Correspondence, Ma, 1941.

Correspondents include Melvin Joseph Maas

F 22: Personal Correspondence, Mc-Mz, 1941.

Correspondents include William H. Murray, R. M., McClintock, and Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway Company.

F 23: Personal Correspondence, N-Z, 1941.

Correspondents include Fiorello Henry LaGuardia, Stanley Draper, Will Rogers Memorial, Oklahoma Bar Association, United States Office of Price Administration, Oklahoma Commission for Crippled Children, United States Social Security Board (Kansas City, Mo.), United States Work Projects Administration, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, National Council of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States of America, Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs, Tulsa Junior Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma Farmers Union, Oklahoma Travel Club, and State Industrial School for Girls (Tecumseh, Okla.).

F 24: Personal Correspondence, A-Bl, 1942.

Correspondents include American Indian Exposition, William Bennett Bizzell, Harvey M. Black, Baptist General Convention of Texas, and Ted Beaird.

F 25: Personal Correspondence, Bo, 1942.

Correspondents include Lyle Hagler Boren and Reford Bond.

F 26: Personal Correspondence, Br, 1942.

Correspondents include Joseph August Brandt and Oklahoma Association of Negro Teachers.

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Robert S. Kerr Collection Box List
Robert S. Kerr Collection Description


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