ROBERT S. KERR COLLECTION
GUBERNATORIAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 29

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F 1: U.S. Government, Postmaster General, 1944 - 1946.

Topics include postal service in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Postmaster General.

F 2-3: U.S. Government, President of the United States, n.d., 1943 - 1946.

Topics include Ray McLain, Franklin Delano Roosevelt death and burial, petroleum products and prices, Presidents of the United States, public works finance in the United States, Reconstruction (1939-1951) in the United States, World War II in the United States, Arkansas River, United States politics and government, and Lugert-Altus Reservoir (Okla.). Correspondents include Don McBride, Robert Latham Owen, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Edward Reilly Stettinius, Harry S. Truman, R. R. Zimmerman.

F 4-5: U.S. Government, Price Administration, Office of, 1943 - 1946.

Topics include beer prices, gasoline supply, meat prices, price regulation in the United States, rationing in the United States, World War II civilian relief in the United States, World War II economic aspects in the United States, and Government Mileage Conservation Program. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, National Association of Retail Grocers of the United States, United States Office of Price Administration, United States Office of Price Administration (Oklahoma City, Okla.), and Oklahoma Retail Grocers Association.

F 6: U.S. Government, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1942 - 1943, 1945 - 1946.

Topics include Southwestern Institute of Technology (Okla.) Finance, federal aid to higher education in Oklahoma, student housing, and universities and colleges finance. Correspondence includes Reconstruction Finance Corporation and Southwestern Institute of Technology (Okla.).

F 7-10: U.S. Government, Selective Service, n.d., 1942 - 1946.

Topics include draft in Oklahoma, military discharge in the United States, World War II manpower in the United States, and United States Armed Forces recruiting and enlistment. Correspondents include United States Selective Service System.

F 11: U.S. Government, Social Security Board, 1943 - 1946.

Correspondents include United States Social Security Board.

F 12: U.S. Government, State, Department of, 1944 - 1946.

Topics include United States foreign relations. Correspondence includes Franklin Delano Roosevelt and United States Dept. of State.

F 13: U.S. Government, Supreme Court, 1946.

Topics include United States Supreme Court. Correspondents include Fred M. Vinson.

F 14: U.S. Government, Surplus Properties, n.d., 1945 - 1946.

Topics include Reconstruction (1939-1951) in the United States, surplus American government property, and World War II. Correspondents include United States Office of Education, United States Surplus Property Administration, United States War Assets Administration, and War Assets Corporation.

F 15: U.S. Government, Treasury, Department of the, 1943 - 1947.

Topics include savings bonds and World War II finance in the United States. Correspondents include Henry Morgenthau and United States Dept. of the Treasury.

F 16-17: U.S. Government, United Service Organizations, 1943 - 1946.

Topics include soldiers and recreation in the United States and World War II in the United States. Correspondents include United Service Organizations (U.S.).

F 18: U.S. Government, Vice President of the United States, n.d., 1943 - 1944.

Correspondents include Harry S. Truman and Henry Agard Wallace.

F 19: U.S. Government, Wage Stabilization Board, National, 1946.

Correspondents include United States National Wage Stabilization Board.

F 20-23: U.S. Government, War, Department of, n.d., 1943 - 1944.

Topics include military bases in Oklahoma, World War 1939-1945, the United States Armed Forces, and women in the United States Armed Forces. Correspondents include Henry Lewis Stimson, Stuart Symington, Elmer Thomas, the Oklahoma Attorney General, and the United States War Dept.

F 24: U.S. Government, War Food Administration, n.d., 1943 - 1945.

Topics include the national school lunch program and the United States food supply during World War II. Correspondents include Herbert R. (Herbert Romulus) O'Conor 1896-1960 and the United States War Food Administration.

F 25: U.S. Government, War Information, Office of, 1943, 1945.

Topics include prices of petroleum products and World War II. Correspondents include the United States Office of Economic Stabilization and the United States Office of War Information.

F 26: U.S. Government, War Labor Board, 1943, 1945.

Correspondents include the United States National War Labor Board (1942-1945: Dallas, Tex.).

F 27: U.S. Government, War Manpower Commission, 1943 - 1945.

Topics include the United States training of veterans, World War II, and United States manpower. Correspondents include the United States War Manpower Commission.

F 28-30: U.S. Government, War Production Board, n.d., 1943 - 1945.

Topics include Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester, corn prices in Oklahoma, paper in the United States, Oklahoma prison industries, rubber, scrap materials in the United States, World War II and economic aspects in the United States, World War II and war work in the United States, and the Lugert-Altus Reservoir (Okla.). Correspondents include the American Feed Manufacturers Association, the Smaller War Plants Corporation, the United States War Production Board, and the Oklahoma Salvage Committee.

F 31: U.S. Government, War Shipping Administration, 1943 - 1944.

Topics include the United States merchant marine and World War II. Correspondents include the United States War Shipping Administration.

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