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Series 2: Official Correspondence

F 1: Official Correspondence (n.d., 1925, 1934-1942, 1944-1945, 1948).

From Adlai Stevenson re invitation to reception for Eleanor Roosevelt.

From Britannic Majesty's Ambassador and Viscountess Halifax re invitation to dinner.

From Director General of the International Air Transport Association re invitation to dinner.

From Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kerr re invitation to Oklahoma Round-up.

From Chinese Ambassador and Madame Wei re invitation to garden party.

From Joseph P. Adams concerning a visit Lee made to Washington.

From White and Brown re chautauqua; also includes letter from the Tennessee Funeral Directors Association recommending Lee to the chautauqua.

From Frank Buttram re visit of Postmaster Farley to Oklahoma City.

From George Foster Peabody, chairman of the National Committee on Small Farm Ownership, re statistics on tenant farmers.

From Lyle Boren, president of the Oklahoma Democrat Fraternity, inviting Lee to join the organization.

From President and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt re invitation to reception at the White House.

From Agricultural Adjustment Administration re information on processing tax collections, benefit payments, and other data regarding agricultural production in Oklahoma.

To Homer Cummins, Attorney General, re recommendation of Charles Dierker as a special assistant in the Justice Department.

From James A. Farley re visit with Lee.

From W. H. Smathers re dinner invitation.

From the White House re suggested appointment of Sam Bratton as associate justice of the Supreme Court.

From Dennis Chavez re New Mexico being a great place for vacations.

From Joseph F. Guffey re invitation to informal dinner for Vice President Garner.

From the Committee for the Celebration of the President's Birthday re Lee's service in fight against infantile paralysis.

From Mrs. Edward R. Burke and Mrs. Ralph O. Brewster re invitation to reception in honor of the Grand Opera stars.

From King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England re invitation to garden party.

From Theodore Francis Green re invitation to lunch with Rafael L. Trujillo Molina.

From the United States New York World's Fair Commission re invitation to presentation of Land of Liberty.

From Mrs. C. E. Tenney re son's employment at Yosemite National Park; Lee's reply and Lee's letter to Department of the Interior.

From the National Fifty Years in Business Club re invitation to annual dinner meeting.

From Congressional Commission on Arrangements re ceremony unveiling painting depicting the signing of the Constitution of the U.S.

From National University re invitation to commencement of the School of Law and the School of Economics and Government.

From Harlan Wood re breakfast he had with Lee.

From the Oklahoma State Society re invitation to inaugural ball.

From the White House re President's regrets for attending the Fourth Annual Oklahoma Institute of International Relations.

From the Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company re launching of the M. S. "Rio de Janeiro."

From the 74th Club re invitation to Mrs. Lee to luncheon honoring Eleanor Roosevelt.

From Chinese ambassador re invitation to reception for Quo Tai-chi, the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

From Ambassador of Cuba and Madame Concheso re reception celebrating the anniversary of independence of Cuba.

From R. R. Zimmerman re escape of King George of Greece.

From Theodore G. Bilbo re allowing Lee to cast Bilbo's vote on the agricultural committee for S. 1745.

From the Pan American Union re congratulations to Lee for being named chairman of the delegation of the U.S. to the Fourth Pan American Highway Congress in Mexico City.

From Franklin D. Roosevelt to "Phil" re Grand River dam.

From Francis Biddle, Attorney General, re invitation to his home.

From Joseph E. Davis re invitation to party in honor of Ambassador Litvinov, the Russian Purchasing Commission, and the staff of the Soviet Embassy.

From J. C. Hunter of the Mid Continent Oil and Gas Association re thanking Lee for his presentation to the Senate Finance Committee on percentage depletion.

From Oklahoma Farmers Union re support for President Roosevelt's 7 point program to prevent inflation.

From Ira M. Finley, president of the Oklahoma Division of the General Welfare Federation of America, re thanks to Lee for supporting farmers.

From Josephus Daniels re having moral environment for military bases.

From Elmer Thomas re farm problem (form letter to "Dear Friend").

From Greek Embassy re invitation to ceremony commemorating anniversary of Axis Aggression Against Greece.

From James Forrestal re regrets for lunch with Lee.

From Bennett C. Clark re Lee's letter of sympathy concerning Clark's wife.

From Gill Rob Wilson.

From William A. M. Burden re Burden's appointment as assistant secretary of commerce.

From Ziff-Davis Publishing Company re books.

From Harllee Branch re Lee's note on Branch's recovery from illness.

To Rabbi Joseph Blatt asking him for permission to print a story; Blatt's consent.

From Bishop Francis Kelly giving permission to Lee to print a story.

From the White House re appointment of Secretary of the Navy.

From Stanley Draper concerning "One-plane transcontinental airline service" for Oklahoma City. With this letter is an attached memorandum further outlining reasons why Oklahoma City needs "one-plane" surface.

From Robert S. Kerr re Kerr's being named the keynoter for the 1944 Democratic National Convention.

From Franklin D. Roosevelt re world conference on freedom of religion.

From Earl Godwin re appointment of Julian T. Cromelin for counsel to Civil Aeronautics Board; Lee's response.

From Ed Stettinius, thanks.

To Allen B. Crow of the Economic Club re permission to Lee to print a portion of a letter.

From the Philadelphia Paper Trade Association re invitation to Lee to annual meeting.

Series of letters to various individuals requesting permission to print portions of letters in an upcoming brochure which Lee wanted to publish; some of the letters have responses attached.

To Thomas Brady re brochure which Lee wanted to publish; letter from Brady attached.

From James Forrestal thanking Lee for letter.

From Gill Robb Wilson, general.

From Robert S. Kerr, general.

From Louise Wilson, secretary to Josh Lee, to Civil Aeronautics Board members re invitation to attend air exposition at Idlewild.

From Leadership Training Institute of D. C. re invitation to Lee to teach Dale Carnegie courses.

From Harry Truman, general.

From Robert S. Kerr re Kerr's victory in Senate campaign.

From Statton D. Brooks re Lee's book, How to Hold an Audience Without a Rope.

F 2: Official Correspondence (1949).

To Lucius D. Clay, congratulations.

From Shore Secretarial Service re cylinders with Lee's address.

To Aircraft Industries Association re receipt of yearbook; also includes association's letter.

To Mrs. Charles E. Estes re accepting invitation to Cooperative Forum; also includes invitation.

To Association of Federal Architects re regrets to attend meeting; also includes invitation.

To various individuals involved in the presidential inauguration offering congratulations on the occasion.

To H. S. Chisholm re air traffic between Reno, Nevada, and San Francisco, California; also includes letter from Chisholm.

To Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce re Florida Airlines case; also includes letter from the chamber.

From Louis Johnson, general.

To Winston Churchill re Churchill autographing his book for Lee.

To Pan American Airways congratulating them on services.

To Shore Secretarial Service re cylinders of address; also includes letter from the service.

To Jed Johnson re Lee's acceptance of invitation to lunch for Sam Rayburn; also includes Johnson's invitation.

From Jefferson-Jackson Victory Dinner Committee re invitation to dinner meeting.

From Civil Aeronautics Administration re position for Bernard B. Burns.

To Minta Davenport re speech Lee gave in Petersburg, Virginia.

From Harry Truman, general.

From Graydon W. Jack re application to TWA.

To Colombian-American Chamber of Commerce re regretting invitation to luncheon for those who made first direct flight between Bogota and New York; also includes invitation.

To John A. Deterly re employment of Lester E. Smith; also includes Deterly's letter.

To George Lynn Cross re employment of P. E. Lull; also includes Lull's letter to Oswald Ryan.

To Wilson W. Brown, Sr. re Wilson Brown, Jr. being in the custody of Panamanian authorities; also includes Brown Sr.'s letter.

To Salvation Army in Washington, D.C. re regrets to attend dinner; also includes invitation.

To Buffalo Chamber of Commerce re regrets to attend party; also includes invitation.

To W. F. Damron, general; also includes letter from Damron.

From Stewart Harral thanking Lee for hospitality.

From Louisville Board of Trade re Lee's upcoming visit.

To Shore Secretarial Service re payment for cylinders; also includes correspondence from the service.

To Phi Gamma Delta re regrets for invitation for party; also includes invitation.

To Louisville Board of Trade re visit and thanks for honor of becoming a Kentucky Colonel; also includes invitation from board.

To Earle C. Clements re being selected as Kentucky Colonel.

From Lucius Clay, general.

To Conover-Mast Publications re thanks for copy of Aviation Operations; also includes letter from Conover-Mast.

To Capital Airlines, re invitation to lunch; also includes invitation.

To C. M. Belinn of Los Angeles Airways re thanks for paper Belinn made to Royal Aeronautical Society; also includes letter from Belinn.

From John Cooper, general.

To Claude G. Bowers re communism trials in the U.S.; also includes letter from Bowers, who was with the Foreign Service in Chile.

From American Airways re invitation to ceremony of presentation of Stinson SRIOC to the Smithsonian; pencilled note said that Lee could not attend.

To Louis Johnson re speech Johnson made to National War College; speech (from the Congressional Record) attached; note from Johnson.

From Paul Cherington re position for G. D. Fulton with the Civil Aeronautics Administration.

To Charles P. Henderson, mayor of Youngstown, Ohio, re regret of invitation to air show; also includes invitation.

From Claude Bowers of the Foreign Service in Chile re Russia and communism.

From the Oklahoma Historical Society re invitation to Salina; regretted.

From J. Guy Robertson, chairman of arrangements, for testimonial dinner for William M. Boyle.

From Francis P. Matthews re thanking Lee for note.

From Sherman Minton re thanking Lee for message.

To E. F. Hallock re regret to attend the corner stone laying of church.

To Ing. Joseph Havlick re possibility of research laboratory in eastern Oklahoma; also includes letter from Havlick.

From British Overseas Airways Corporation re visit of Sir William and Lady Hildred and Major and Mrs. McCrindle.

From Charles E. Beard of Braniff Airways re trip to Brownsville, Texas.

From Eastern Air Lines re Lee's use of airlines.

To Oscar Chapman re appointment as secretary of the interior.

F 3: Official Correspondence (1950-1951).

To George Killion, president of American President Lines, general.

From Kansas City College of Commerce regarding Lee's book, How to Hold an Audience Without a Rope, and Lee's visit to Kansas City.

From Fletcher Warren of the American Embassy, Caracas, Venezuela referring to the Venezuela Aviation Agreement.

From Malin W. Lewis of Ajo Chamber of Commerce concerning air service for Ajo. Response from Lee's secretary that Lee would be out of town and would will respond upon return.

From Duane E. West concerning the availability of copies of Lee's book, How to Hold an Audience Without a Rope. Response from Lee's secretary that no copies were available.

From Grove Webster, Director Purdue Aeronautics Corporation concerning the acquisition of Midwest Airlines by Purdue University. Response from Lee's secretary that Lee would be out of town and would respond upon request.

From C. Edward Leasure concerning the Central Renewal Case.

From Earl G. Anthis concerning the application of Miss Evelyn West for a position with the CAB. Response from Lee's secretary that Lee would be out of town and would respond upon return.

From Robert W. Kenny of Kenney and Morris Law Offices concerning the case of Mrs. Jean Field of Los Angeles, CA. Response from Lee's secretary that Lee would be out of town and would respond upon return.

From Jim Ray of Ray and Ray Airline consultants concerning local service carriers.

From Murl R. Rogers of Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce concerning the possibility of losing the "Central Airline operation from Canfield at Paris, TX." Response from Lee's secretary that Lee would be out of town and would respond upon return.

From Mrs. Joe 5 Lee concerning employment with the Civil Aeronautics Administration. Response from Lee's secretary that letter referred to Civil Aeronautics Administration personnel officer.

F 4: Official Correspondence (January-June 1952).

From J. J. Wadsworth, Federal Civil Defense Administration concerning the "Alert America" exhibit created and presented by the FCDA. Response from Lee's secretary expressing Lee's regrets.

From Charlie Switzer concerning the possibility that Central Airlines might discontinue service through Paris, TX. Lee's secretary acknowledged.

From Russell W. Rink, city manager of Palm Springs, California, concerning Western Airlines serving Palm Springs. Lee's secretary acknowledged.

To Kenneth Baker Horning of the University of Oklahoma regarding information from the Civil Aeronautics Administration.

From Wesley J. Wilson of the House of Travel in protest of the reduced commission to be paid travel agents on trans-Atlantic tourist flights.

From Hugh W. Scott concerning a position with the CAB. Lee acknowledged.

From D. W. Quinn of New Orleans area Chamber of Commerce regarding cases that involved the question of direct air service between New Orleans and Monroe.

To Nathan Silberberg thanking him for a gift.

From Eddie Rickenbacker, president of Eastern Airlines, concerning a luncheon or dinner date with Lee. Also attached is Lee's letter asking for meeting.

From Oklahoma State Society re invitation to open house and tea.

From R.E. McKaughan, president of Trans Texas Airways, concerning the Central Airlines renewal case.

From Leon Henderson concerning the advantages of using Millville Airport in New Jersey due to "recent tragedies in connection with the use of the Newark Airport."

From Mike Monroney United States Senate concerning a job for Lee's cousin.

From Marjorie Merritt of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding Lee's opinion of colleague, Stanley Gewirtz. Lee responded.

From Keith Kahle of Central Airlines Inc., concerning routing between Ft. Worth, Dallas and Ada.

From John Lansaw concerning a letter of reference. Also has letter from Lee as well as copy of the letter of reference.

To J. D. Grey, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, concerning a resolution supported by the SBC opposing universal military training. Also request for photo.

From Mark E. Martin asking that Lee see that his (Martin's) application with the CAA receive careful consideration.

From Amos E. Heacock of Aircoach Transport Association concerning a public demonstration of the C-46 aircraft; copy of press release enclosed.

From C. E. Woolman, president of Delta Air Lines to J. A. Carmichael, president of Capital Airlines concerning Delta's offer to purchase capital's routes 51 and 55.

To Keith Kahle of Central Airlines Inc. concerning advertising "gimmicks."

From Hawkins White, Chairman of the City Aviation Advisory Committee Brownsville, TX. concerning a hearing on "Trans-Texas Re-certification." Lee responded that he would weigh the circumstances.

To Tom R. Phillips of the Wewoka Times thanking him for an article he wrote.

To Paul Walker, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, concerning request of a friend.

From K. B. Willett of the Hardware Mutual Casualty Co. concerning the decision of the Board to allow Wisconsin Central to use Stevens Point in the east-west segment. Lee referred the letter to examiner who had that case.

To Frank McKinney, Democratic National Committee, concerning tickets to the Jackson Day Dinner.

From Charles S. Rhyne concerning aeronautical law. Enclosed a copy of the report of the committee on aeronautical law. Lee acknowledged.

From Eddie Rickenbacker, president of Eastern Airlines, inviting Lee to be guest of honor on the inaugural interchange flight. Lee asked for more details.

To Francis Brown concerning the Atlantic mail rate case.

From George E. Haddaway publisher of Flight magazine asking Lee to write an article for the "annual local service Airline Edition" to be published in June. Lee declined. In another letter from Lee, he expressed thoughts about a recent issue of the magazine.

From Tom Phillips in regard to air service to Holdenville, OK and Wewoka, OK. Lee acknowledged.

To J. Hardin Peterson regarding U.S. Airlines.

From Radio Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention regarding photo of Lee for display.

From C. C. Sherman of California Central Airlines who sent Lee an article about the organization. Lee thanked him.

From F. B. Lee, deputy administrator of the Civil Aeronautics Administration, concerning the establishment of a "VOR" facility at Brownwood, TX to James McAnelly of the Brownwood, TX Chamber of Commerce. Letter from McAnelly is not enclosed. Lee referred McAnelly to Civil Aeronautics Administration.

From Keith Kahle of Central Airlines re load factor, air mail, operating costs, general.

From William Schulze of the Seattle Post Intelligencer enclosing an article on air safety precautions. Lee acknowledged and agreed.

From J. T. Sanders of the National Grange regarding a case dealing with the transportation of farm workers from the British West Indies. Lee acknowledged.

From Frank W. Hulse, president of Southern Airways, Inc.; a report on Southern's first month of operation at Gulfport/Biloxi, Miss.

From George A. Heap of George A. Heap and Associates concerning Charles R. "Chuck" Sisto, a friend of his whose case is before the board. Lee's secretary acknowledged receipt of the letter.

From Henry M. Kannee concerning the conscription of men and materials in wartime. Lee's secretary acknowledged.

From Earl M. Woodson concerning a promotion for his son. Lee's secretary acknowledged.

From Amos S. Heacock concerning the improvement of safety standards and the organization of the Aircraft Engineering Foundation. Attached is a letter from the Aircoach Transport Association declaring that they are prepared to launch an industry safety program.

From Radio Commission of the Southern Baptist convention concerning photo used at convention.

From Amos S. Heacock concerning section 271.10 of craft release #51. "Qualified Insurance Company: Standards to be met." Copy of the minutes of a general membership meeting of the Aircoach Transport Association is enclosed. Copy of bylaws of Aircoach Transport and articles of incorporation also enclosed.

To W. Averell Harriman.

To Estes Kefauver.

From Joseph J. O'Connell, Jr., Aviation Executives Club, concerning the founding of the Aviation Executives Club.

From Ernest Wilkerson of the Casper, Wyoming Chamber of Commerce concerning Western Airlines application. Lee responded that he would consider.

To Richard Searles, under Secretary of the Interior, concerning a recent appointment.

To Robert McKinney, publisher Santa Fe New Mexican, congratulating him on his appointment to the position of Assistant Secretary of the Interior.

F 5: Official Correspondence (July-December 1952).

From Keith Kahle of Central Airlines concerning operating costs and photo of Lee.

Hotel reservation for Lee at the Muehlbach Hotel in Kansas City.

From Roland Lee concerning employment.

To W. Averell Harriman re Harriman's not winning nomination.

To Russell Long regarding the Democratic National Convention.

From Norris E. Henthorne, president of Tulsa Daily World, concerning the George Lee Parent case. Lee acknowledged and noted Civil Aeronautics Administration involvement as well as court involvement.

From R. Gladson Turnbull United States Air Force concerning his employment with the CAB.

To Adlai Stevenson concerning his acceptance speech before the Democratic National Convention.

To R. C. Mackey, mayor of Holdenville, OK concerning scheduled airline service and the entire area served by Central Airlines.

From Robert J. Morrow of the United States Post Office concerning his retirement.

To Burl Hays (secretary to Senator Robert S. Kerr) and Robert Lamm concerning application for a position on the board. Lee sent a copy of reference letter.

From Roscoe Turner of Roscoe Turner Aeronautical Corp. and T. H. Reidy of Helicopter Air Service concerning the Lake Central Airline case.

From Amos S. Heacock concerning accidents and the improvement of safety standards.

From R. C. Getsinger of Getsinger- Fox Co. concerning the "no-show" encountered in traveling American Airlines; attached to this letter is a copy of one sent to C. R. Smith of American Airlines. Lee thanked for letter and said that he would consider.

From Milton W. Johnson, United States Air Force concerning the Sherman-Denison (TX.) case. Lee acknowledged.

From Keith Kahle of Central Airlines regarding costs.

To Dr. McCaffery.

From Gov. Johnston Murray regarding a route extension from Tulsa to Kansas City. Lee responded and promised to consider additional service.

From Lennart V. Larson, faculty editor of the Southwestern Law Journal, asking if Lee would like to submit an article. Lee declined.

From Richard M. Russell concerning the possible acquisition of Northeast's lines by another carrier and of its local routes by E. W. Wiggins Airways, Inc. Lee acknowledged.

From Phillips Petroleum Company regarding airline service to Bartlesville, and the tendency of large airlines to avoid small town stops. Lee acknowledged and said issue was before the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Keith Kahle of Central Airlines regarding load factor and operation cost.

To Ben West, mayor of Nashville, Tenn. concerning air transportation in general. Lee acknowledged.

From Carleton Putnam of Chicago and Southern Lines Inc. concerning air service between New Orleans and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Lee responded.

From John A. Smith of Continental Airlines concerning coffee. Lee thanked.

From Amos S. Heacock concerning a CAB release on trade practices of ticket agents in the sale of air transportation.

From John Lynch of the Lynbrook Company, Muskogee, OK concerning a complaint he filed one year ago against Braniff Airlines concerning threats of bodily harm leveled against him (Lynch) by employees of Braniff Airlines. Lynch is complaining to Lee about the board's lack of attention in regard to this matter. Also attached are copies of letters with Ross I. Newmann, Lynch, Charles Beard (vice president of Braniff Airlines), and Jack Pace (mayor). Lee acknowledged.

From Elton Patterson of the Rapid City, S.D. Chamber of Commerce concerning the Western Airlines schedule from Minneapolis, Rapid City, and Casper to Salt Lake and the West Coast.

From Thomas S. Shiya, Safford Chamber of Commerce concerning the Safford case pending before the CAB. Lee acknowledged and noted that the CAB lacks members and that Eisenhower was to appoint new ones.

From Wade Pipkin concerning air service to Snyder, TX. Lee acknowledged.

Letter of reference concerning Bill Stover.

From Pilots Seniority Committee concerning the merger of Mid-Continent Airlines and Braniff Airlines.

To Mr. and Mrs. Joe 5 Lee concerning employment. Also letter to Robert S. Kerr regarding the employment of Joe 5 Lee.

To Major General Wilton B. Persons concerning his new responsibility to Gen. Eisenhower.

From R.W. Ireland of United Air Lines concerning tariffs.

To Robert Six, president of Continental Airlines, concerning the giving of gifts.

To C. A. Myhre of Frontier Airlines concerning a gift.

To Colonel Ilinski, manager of the Westchester apartment complex.

To Frank H. Schwab from Lee's assistant.

F 6: Official Correspondence (1954-1955).

From Arthur C. Hyde re invitation to dinner honoring Democratic senatorial and congressional leaders.

From Robert C. Byrd, House of Representatives, concerning applications from Eastern and Piedmont Airlines for the establishment of a trunk-line air service between Charleston, West Virginia, and Columbus and Toledo, Ohio.

From Stanley Draper and Del Rentzel of Slick Airline concerning cargo service into Oklahoma City.

From Sherman Adams, assistant to the President, to New York Congressman John J. Rooney concerning the recommendation that Lee be reappointed to the Civil Aeronautics Board; this letter was attached to another letter from Rooney to Raymond W. Marshall regarding the appointment..

From J. W. Fulbright, U.S. senator, to C. Hamilton Moses ,Arkansas Power and Light Co., concerning the recommendation that Lee be reappointed to the Civil Aeronautics Board

From Stanley Draper regarding Lee's not being reappointed to the Civil Aeronautics Board.

Memorandum from Lee to the CAB concerning Japanese negotiations.

From R. S. Maurer of Delta Air Lines regarding Lee's retirement from the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From G. G. Brooder to Frank Ryley regarding the start of the Phoenix Service Case; mentions that Lee going to leave the CAB and that Ryley should get Lee to help with the case.

From Lister Hill, United States Senate, expressing his regret at Lee's leaving the CAB.

From Luther Bohanon concerning holiday greetings.

From Joseph J. O'Connell, Jr. concerning holiday wishes.

From S.G. Tipton of the Air Transport Association thanking Lee for a letter.

From John and Maxine Kessler concerning holiday wishes.

From Arthur D. Lewis of the Hawaiian Airlines regarding Lee's no longer serving on the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From T. H. Davis of Piedmont Airlines regarding Lee's no longer serving on the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Robert E. Peach of Mohawk Airlines regarding Lee's no longer serving on the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From S. G. Tipton of the Air Transport Association, general.

F 7: Official Correspondence (January-August 1956).

From Wayne W. Parrish of American Aviation. Also an invitation from Parrish regarding a reception for Robert H. Wood. Lee acknowledged.

From Warner Hord concerning Lee's retirement from the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Robert L. Kunzig concerning Lee's retirement from the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From James W. Batchelor, Durant attorney, expressing delight at Lee's plans to stay in Washington.

From Robert S. Redding of Bradshaw, Shearin, Redding and Thomas Law Firm, concerning Lee's leaving the CAB.

From Curtis Huft concerning Lee's future political intentions. Lee acknowledged.

From Hamilton O. Hale of Hale, Stimson, Russell and Nickerson concerning Lee's recent retirement.

From David A. Benz of TPA Aloha Airline regarding Lee's retirement from the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Walter Lampton of Lampton Insurance concerning Lee's future political aspirations.

From representatives of the Civil Aviation Bureau Tokyo, Japan concerning Lee's retirement.

From Joyce of the Civil Aeronautics Board regarding Lee's retirement from the Board.

From R. L. Davidson of Houston, Klein and Davidson law firm concerning the prospect of doing business with David Graham and Associates.

From Loyd Benefield of Savage, Gibson, Benefield and Shelton law firm concerning Lee's immediate plans for the future.

From Joyce of the Civil Aeronautics Board, general.

From John Jarman, concerning a family portrait.

From E. J. Grantz concerning a quit claim deed.

From Harold L. Russell expressing a desire to see Lee.

From Charles S. Beard of Braniff International Airways inviting Lee to a cocktail party in honor of the first Braniff flight to New York.

From Ross of the Civil Aeronautics Board regarding Lee's retirement from the Board.

From Robert L. Griffith of Delta Airlines, Inc. concerning his retirement from the CAB.

From David R. Graham, David R. Graham and Associates, concerning the Jet Age Conference. To David R. Graham discussing business possibilities and concerning the Jet Age Conference.

From Harry A. Bowen of Bowen and Scoutt law firm.

From Robert Ramspeck regarding invitation to lunch.

From Luther Bohanon re his wanting a report of Lee's visit with Mr. Crimmins.

To Del Rentzel of Slick Airways telling him he would like to see him in a few days; secretary responded Rentzel was on west coast.

From Ralph W. Dunn concerning his political aspirations in Oklahoma.

From Tom Hieronymus, attorney concerning a suit filed in reference to a tract of land in Woodward County.

From Takeshi Arita, Transportation Secretary, embassy of Japan, expressing delight at having the opportunity to work with Lee.

From Walter Lampton regarding Lee's future political intentions.

From W. S. Rodgers of the Veterans Service Office in Durant concerning Lee's political intentions.

From James Stump, Jr., of the fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta inviting Lee to a "pig dinner."

From Luther Bohanon regarding Lee's meeting with James Crimmins; general.

From the Democratic National Committee regarding an invitation to attend the Woodrow Wilson Centennial Dinner.

From P. T. Stevens of the Research Institute of America concerning his guest membership.

From Arthur D. Lewis of Hawaiian Airlines, general.

From John M. Carmody concerning a House Judiciary Committee meeting.

From the Leadership Training Institute of D.C. concerning Dale Carnegie courses that Lee was slated to teach.

From Luther Bohanon concerning cases in which Bohanon involved; general.

From W. S. Rodgers of the Veterans Service Office in Durant, general.

From Loyd Benefield concerning tickets to the Wilson Centennial Dinner.

From the Southwest Jet Age Conference, including hotel information and flyer.

To Luther Bohanon concerning working together on setting up a law firm; general.

To David Graham concerning the upcoming jet age conference.

From Luther Bohanon concerning establishing law firm with Lee.

From Arthur D. Lewis of Hawaiian Airlines, general.

From J. C. Landers of the Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce inquiring about Lee's intentions about attending the Oklahoma Congressional Dinner.

From Walter D. Hinkley concerning Lee's son and daughter.

To Luther Bohanon regarding establishing law firm with him.

From D. A. Benz of TPA Aloha Airline, general.

From Luther Bohanon regarding Lee's law firm.

From David R. Graham regarding Jet Age Conference.

From W. H. M. "Bill" Stover to C. I. Blackwood of the Blackwood Leadership Training concerning Lee's plans and possibility of his teaching courses.

From Kenneth Harris of the Oklahoma Bar Association in reference to new membership.

From C. I. Blackwood of the Blackwood Leadership Training concerning Lee's teaching of courses.

From David R. Graham regarding what his firm offers.

From Cloyd H. Marvin, president of George Washington University, concerning its growth.

From Charles S. Murphy concerning Lee's retirement.

From the National Capital Democratic Club inviting Lee to join.

From Luther Bohanon concerning Martindale-Hubbell personal report.

From Adlai Stevenson re welcoming Lee to Chicago for Democratic National Convention.

From David A. Benz of TPA Aloha Airline, general.

From E. Smythe Gambrell to Earl Foster regarding luncheon.

From Luther Bohanon concerning contract with Oklahoma Veterans Commission.

From Victor Wickersham, United States House of Representatives, asking Lee to prepare a speech on the opening of the Cherokee Strip.

From C. I. Blackwood of the Blackwood Leadership Training concerning teaching Dale Carnegie courses at the El Reno Reformatory.

F 8: Official Correspondence (September-December 1956).

To C. I. Blackwood regarding teaching Dale Carnegie classes at Blackwood College; also includes letter from Blackwood.

To E. Smythe Gambrell thanking Gambrell for speaking at luncheon in Dallas, Texas.

To David R. Graham, general.

To David A. Benz of TPA Aloha Airline, general.

To the International Who's Who sending current biographical information.

To Earl McKaughn of TransTexas Airways and the M. L. Todd Company thanking them both for a crate of cantaloupes.

From J. H. "Jim" Arrington, Democratic National Committeeman, regarding Democratic fall campaign.

To W. Averell Harriman expressing Lee's pleasure in supporting Harriman's candidacy for President; From W. Averell Harriman congratulating Lee on being a member of the Oklahoma delegation to the Democratic National Convention and another letter thanking Lee for supporting him at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

To Herbert Hope expressing sadness at the loss of his father. From Herbert Hope, attorney, concerning the Oklahoma delegation at the National Convention in Chicago.

To Claude Pepper, general. From Claude Pepper concerning Lee's leaving the CAB and his future political intentions.

From E. Smythe Gambrell expressing thanks.

To Floyd Gibson concerning an editorial.

From Harold D. Lovre, representative from South Dakota, to James R. Durfee, chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Ed Cralle of the Oklahoma Electric Corporation thanking Lee for a speech he presented. Lee acknowledged.

To Jim Ormand of Cardinal Chemical, Inc. concerning a visit to Odessa, TX.

To the Democratic Digest Corporation concerning information about President Eisenhower's administration for a Democratic campaign speech.

To Harry S. Truman asking for a copy of a speech he made at the Chicago Convention. Truman acknowledged. and sent.

From C. I. Blackwood regarding Lee's schedule at the Blackwood Leadership Training.

Numerous comments from members of Dale Carnegie course offered by Blackwood College.

From Paul L. Bennett of Semco Color Press concerning his future political intentions.

To J. H. "Jim" Arrington concerning a letter to Governor Holloway.

To Herbert Brownell, United States Attorney General, inquiring whether the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom is a subversive front organization. Response from the government.

To Loyd Benefield regarding Lee's speaking at a fundraiser.

From C. I. Blackwood of Blackwood College with attached articles about classes Blackwood taught at a prison.

To Charles Dierker regarding Lee's speaking at a fundraiser.

To R. Burl Harris regarding Lee's speaking at a fundraiser.

Series of letters to and from the Democratic National Committee regarding material Lee needed for speeches.

From Charles S. Murphy, general.

To C. I. Blackwood, general.

From C. I. Blackwood of Blackwood Leadership Training asking Lee if he wanted to teach Dale Carnegie classes.

From Claude Pepper, general.

From C. I. Blackwood of Blackwood Leadership Training regarding Lee's teaching of Dale Carnegie classes.

From National Capital Democratic Club welcoming Lee to membership; also includes charter and bylaws.

To Herbert L. Arthurs, general. From Herbert L. Arthurs concerning Creek County politics.

To Wayne W. Parrish regretting invitation to reception for Robert H. Wood.

To Diann Shipp regarding Democratic rally.

To Paul Davis regarding Democratic rally.

To Ralph Gardner regarding Democratic rally. Also includes letter from Gardner.

To Rex Miller regarding Democratic rally. Also includes acknowledgment from Miller.

To the Justin Boot Company concerning a pair of boots.

To Glenn M. McGuckin concerning the upcoming presidential elections. Also includes letter from McGuckin.

From G. Nathan Calkins, Jr., Golland, Kharasch, & Calkins, Jr. concerning his new law affiliation.

Series of letters regarding the Double Eagle Refining Company and the Federal Trade Commission. Concerns United Motor Oil and Spinner Motor Oil.

To Amon G. Carter, Jr. sending Lee's new address.

Group of letters to and from Keith Kahle of Central Airlines.

Group of letters from Robert F. Six of Continental Airlines, Inc. Lee acknowledged.

To Verna E. Clark, secretary of the Tower Club, concerning Lee's membership fee.

From Victor Wickersham regarding holiday greetings. Form letter.

F 9: Official Correspondence (1957).

From Charles H. Murchison of Capital Airlines expressing his sense of personal loss at Lee's leaving the Civil Aeronautics Board.

To Paul N. Pfeiffer responding to Pfeiffer's letter which expressed regret at Lee's leaving the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Cecil A. Beasley Jr. of the Civil Aeronautics Board expressing his sense of personal loss at Lee's absence from the CAB.

From Charles S. Murphy of Morrison, Murphy, Clapp and Abrams inviting Lee to join the National Capital Democratic Club.

From Clyde Sare, president of the Oklahoma A&M League of Young Democrats, inviting Lee to attend the Truman Banquet; John Iman, vice president of the League of Young Democrats, thanking Lee for his attendance.

From Robert F. Six of Continental Airlines expressing a desire to visit with soon. Lee acknowledged.

From Lois S. Johnson of the American National Red Cross asking permission on behalf of the Swedish Junior Red Cross to reprint Lee's article "When you stand up to speak" printed in the 1956 American Junior Red Cross Journal.

From J. A. Walker concerning Lee's future political intentions.

Group of letters to and from John McClellan of the United States Senate concerning a Senate investigation into "wrongdoing in the labor-management field." Lee acknowledged.

From C. G. Lowe concerning Lee's future political intentions.

From James O. Baird, president Central Christian College, wishing Lee well should he run in the race for governor.

From J. H. Ritchie concerning Lee's future political intentions.

From C. I. Blackwood of Blackwood Leadership Training asking Lee to give a testimonial on behalf of the program; other letter asking Lee to teach. Lee responded that he would teach.

From Thomas W. Douglas of the Milk Industry Foundation expressing his regret at Lee's inability to attend a banquet.

From Alfred P. Murrah, judge, U.S. Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit thanking Lee for visiting with him in Denver.

From Lloyd S. Swearingen, executive director of the O.U. Research Institute thanking Lee for "courtesies extended M. Robert McKinney" while attending the institute's annual meeting; announcement of Lee's election to a 3-year term on the board of directors of the O.U. Research Institute.

From Hal Muldrow concerning the upcoming governor's race. Attached is a letter from Scudder Ray to Joe Curtis.

From Ralph Neely of the Democratic Central Committee of Oklahoma announcing a dinner in honor of the 85th Congress and Democratic governors.

From Richard Dillon attempting to renew an old acquaintance in Lee.

To Jo Pavlick expressing favor at having recently met her.

From Charles S. Murphy regarding case Lee has with the Federal Trade Commission on re-refined oil.

From Jim Arrington, Democratic National Committeeman from Oklahoma, inviting Lee to attend a banquet 9-18-57.

From the Capitol Hill Baptist Church Brotherhood thanking Lee for the "message" he left with the brotherhood. Lee acknowledged.

From Earl Sneed, Jr., dean, the University of Oklahoma sending Lee a copy of the O.U. College of Law Directory in which Lee is gratefully acknowledged for his efforts in helping law students.

From Louis J. Hector of the Civil Aeronautics Board thanking Lee for his "gracious hospitality" at the A.A.A.E. meeting.

From Raymond Gary, State of Oklahoma, Office of the Governor expressing delight at Lee's "kind" acknowledgment of Gary's speech in Kansas City.

From Loyd Benefield of the Democratic State Central Committee announcing the date of the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner.

From Vernon J. Frye of the Cooperative Extension Work - Agriculture and Home Economics Service thanking Lee for allowing his farm to be used in the cooperative assistance program.

To Morrison, Murphy, Clapp and Abrams law firm informing them he will no longer rent office space from them after January 1, 1958.

From Charles S. Murphy telling Lee that he is pleased that Lee wants to continue on his team.

F 10: Official Correspondence: J. D. Arter Case (1958-1959).

F 11: Official Correspondence (1958).

From Connecticut Chamber of Commerce concerning Lee's making a speech.

From M. A. Nash concerning Bert Barefoot and Luther Bohanon.

From West Texas Chamber of Commerce regarding Lee's making speeches.

Group of letters between Julia Taffett of Thomas Brady, Inc. and Lee concerning Lee's making of speeches.

From Gov. Raymond Gary, State of Oklahoma, appointing Lee to the Aviation Committee celebrating "National Civil Aviation Week." Lee acknowledged.

From R. J. White of Aero Design Commander concerning Governor Gary's idea of forming a committee marking the 20th anniversary of the Civil Aeronautics Act.

To Charlie Murchison congratulating him for the CAB having recognized the need for air service between the cities served by Capitol Airlines and Florida.

From Loyd Benefield, the chairman of the Democratic Central Committee of Oklahoma, to Raymond Symcox of City National Bank.

To O. B. Moody concerning Moody's term as governor of Rotary Club; from Moody concerning Rotary Club conference.

From Jerry Keen of Norman Rotary Club asking Lee to chair the International Service Committee of the Norman Rotary Club.

From Oliver S. Willham; invitation to Oklahoma State University commencement.

To Mr. Fitzmaurice, trial examiner of the Civil Aeronautics Board, concerning an exhibit Lee would like to use in the Kansas-Oklahoma area case.

From Warren Magnuson, United States Senate, sending Lee a copy of the Congressional Record in which his (Magnuson's) remarks concerning "financial stability for local service airlines."

From Ross Newmann of the Civil Aeronautics Board concerning the appointment of Bob Kunzig to the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission and asking Lee to send letters to the members of the Judiciary Committee. Lee sent letters to the Judiciary Committee and endorsed Kunzig.

From Stephen L. Jones concerning a recent visit.

From Phil Bird of Mid-Continent Life inviting Lee to a luncheon in honor of Governor Raymond Gary.

From John L. McClellan, United States Senate informing Lee of Robert L. Kunzig's appointment to the foreign claims Settlement Commission.

From Robert L. Kunzig concerning his recent appointment to the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the U.S.

To Percy Buchanan, University of Oklahoma, inviting him to "take charge" of the 10-23-58 Rotary meeting in Norman.

From Loyd Benefield, the chairman of the Democratic Central Committee of Oklahoma, inviting Lee to lunch to discuss plans for the fall campaign.

From George Lynn Cross asking Lee to serve on the advisory committee to the School of Social Work at the University of Oklahoma.

To Forest E. Howell (Parsons, KS.), R. R. Johnson (Independence, KS), R. M. Seaton (Coffeyville, KS), James O. Taylor (Coffeyville, KS), mayor of Cherryvale, KS, and mayor of Neodesha, KS, concerning the Tri-Cities application for air service.

To Charles Border of the Arkansas Basin Development Association and to William Jones concerning the substantiation of dates relating to a document.

F 12: Official Correspondence (1959).

To Keith Kahle of Central Airlines thanking him for Christmas gift; from Keith Kahle sending Lee a "positive pass."

From Donald F. Sullivan of the National Conference of Christians and Jews thanking Lee for agreeing to serve on the committee in charge of the dinner honoring Bud Wilkinson.

From M. B. Spaulding, Jr. of the Rules Service Company announcing a special deal on their service of providing information regarding changes being made in the Civil Aeronautics Board economic and procedural regulations.

From Robert V. Denney of Fairbury, Nebraska, asking Lee for suggestions of speakers to speak at the Farmers and Businessmen's banquet; Lee responded and recommended George Nigh.

From Lt. Gov. George Nigh, State of Oklahoma thanking Lee for "putting in a good word" for him to the people of Fairbury.

From Fred Larkin of Ad-Sell League of Omaha asking Lee if he still made speaking engagements.

From Hugh M. Dougan of the Columbia Law Review asking Lee for a copy of the brief filed in the Kerron vs. F.T.C.

From Keith Kahle, Central Airlines concerning a room reserved for Lee.

From W. W. Whiteman expressing regret at not having been in his office when Lee and Bohanon came to visit.

From Dora Hobbs of the Oklahoma Speech Association thanking Lee for helping at the Speech Educators Conference.

From Clifford D. Pierce, Jr., David Peasback, and B. Michael Rauh, students at the University of Virginia Law School, asking Lee for information.

Correspondence from the Federation of Oklahoma High School Student Councils and the Ponca City Senior High School Student Council regarding Lee serving as a committee member to select Oklahoma representative for the Williamsburg Student Burgesses.

From Truman B. Rucker of Rucker, Tabor and Cox Law offices concerning Lee's fame. Lee acknowledged.

F 13: Official Correspondence (1960-1964, 1967).

Group of letters concerning the Kansas-Oklahoma Local Service Case before the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Joan Stubbs, secretary of Bohanon, Barefoot and Lee law office, informing Lee of the Oklahoma City Legal Secretaries Association Boss-Secretary breakfast.

To Mike Monroney U.S. Senator asking him to recommend Luther Bohanon to the federal judgeship.

From William Metcalf re Lee's chairing a panel discussion on religion in politics; John F. Kennedy as Catholic president.

From Beth Campbell Short re Lee's chairing a panel discussion on religion in politics.

From Lloyd Wright, Baptist Public Relations, Baptist General Convention of Texas.

From Mike Monroney concerning Ross Newman and the position of general counsel of the Civil Aeronautics Board.

From Keith Kahle of Central Airlines sending Lee his annual Central Airlines pass; reference to new routes.

From Josh Lee to Robert Kennedy re consideration of Luther Bohanon to be federal judge for Western District of Oklahoma.

From Russell L. Morgan, attorney, concerning a case.

From Felton M. Johnston, secretary of the United States Senate, informing Lee of his right as a former member of Congress to receive the Congressional Record.

From Ralph A. Dungan, special assistant to President John F. Kennedy, thanking Lee for liking his inaugural address.

From Wayne Smethers of the Limestone Church of Christ asking Lee for a copy of a book.

From William Jones, attorney concerning a letter he wrote on behalf of Luther Bohanon. Lee acknowledged.

To Mrs. Norman W. Brillhart seeking her support for Joe C. Jackson's appointment as president of the Oklahoma College for Women at Chickasha.

To Oliver Hodge, chairman State Department of Education endorsing Joe C. Jackson for President of the Oklahoma College for Women at Chickasha.

From Joe C. Jackson asking Lee to help him get appointed President of the Oklahoma College for Women at Chickasha. Lee acknowledged.

To Jim F. Gassaway concerning his new law firm.

To Max Carder thanking him for a letter he wrote in behalf of Luther Bohanon.

To James M. Lee thanking him for the letter he wrote in behalf of Luther Bohanon.

From Bert Barefoot of Barefoot, Moler and Bohanon law firm concerning stationery.

From Robert Six, president of Continental Airlines, Inc., thanking Lee for a note.

From Alfred P. Murrah, U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit expressing regret at not having been able to visit with Lee.

From Perrill M. Brown about a luncheon for Carl Albert sponsored by the O.U. Alumni.

From Harvey Breeze of Northfork Electric Cooperative Inc. inviting the Lees to their 23rd annual meeting.

From Charles C. Chestnut of the State of Oklahoma Dept. of Pardons and Paroles thanking Lee for assistance in a case.

From Weldon E. Marcum of the First Baptist Church.

From George Nigh, Lt. Gov. State of Oklahoma calling for Lee to speak for the Democrats in OK.

From Jim Moore, Shamrock Chamber of Commerce inviting Lee to Shamrock St. Patrick's Day celebration.

From Joseph P. Adams of the National Aviation Club inviting Lee to attend a reception in honor of past and present members of the Civil Aeronautics Board; handwritten note that Lee declined.

From Luther Bohanon, U.S. District Court.

From Hubert H. Humphrey, general.

From Bryan L. Rakestraw, general.

From Alfred P. Murrah, thanking Lee for friendship.

Series 3: Personal Correspondence

F 14: Personal Correspondence (n.d.).

From Joseph P. Adams, card announcing opening of law offices.

From Paul Agent, Christmas card.

From Mr. and Mrs. A. C. "Tex" Barnett, Christmas card.

From V. C. Bratton, general.

From Bert Barefoot, Jr., general.

From James S. Downing, general.

From J. Fred Green, general.

From Sandra Harper, general.

From John Jarman; postcard showing the Jarman family.

From Keith Kahle, holiday greetings.

From L. L. Klostermyer, general.

To Earl Lee, sympathy.

From Mary Louise Lee, general.

From Robert Lee, Valentine's card.

From Frank E. McKinney, holiday greeting card.

From Charles Murchison, general.

From Mell Nash, general.

From Ross I. Newmann, new address.

To My Dear President, re: Vietnam.

From the Port of New York Authority, holiday greetings.

From Robert Ramspeck, general.

From R. H. Sherrill, general.

From Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stover, general; Lee's reply.

From Juan and Betty Trippe, general.

From officers of the R.O.T.C. at the University of Oklahoma, commissioning exercise.

From Tom Wardwell, general.

From Juan and Betty Trippe, Christmas card.

From Sellers Archer, general.

From Ralph E. Gilchrist, regarding federal judgeship in Kansas.

From Francis M. Warren, thanks.

Blank greeting cards; also a Christmas card that Josh and Louise Lee sent.

F 15: Personal Correspondence (1914, 1916, 1928, 1933-1941).

From J. M. Wallace re Professor Hadsell.

From M. E. Batten re oratorical contest.

From Carl Albert after winning the "National Intercollegiate Oratory Contest" thanking Lee for the help and telling him about his future plans.

From Mary Virginia Lee with attached letters from Tom and Jed Johnson as well as a letter to Jed Johnson from Mary Virginia.

From Louise Lee to her mother re trip from Oklahoma to Washington, D.C.

Elmer Thomas to Mrs. John J. Gerlach related to appointment of Luther Patton as receiver of the bank at Chickasha.

T. P. Gore to Mrs. John J. Gerlach related to appointment of Luther Patton as receiver of the bank at Chickasha.

From George Wakefield, general.

From Sherman Glass, general.

From Louise Lee to her mother re life in Washington, D.C.

From Charles N. Harmon re Christmas greetings.

From Orville Hood re Christmas greetings.

From W. M. Gulager re Christmas greetings.

From Mary Belle Wright re 1936 campaign.

From Don Banzett re 1936 campaign.

From Forrest Parrott, miscellaneous (several letters).

From Bibb Graves inviting the Lees to Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo; Lee regretted.

From George H. McElroy (Lee's secretary), miscellaneous.

From Dorothy re shipping clothes.

To Roy E. "Friday" Fitzgerald re birthday and get well.

To Men's Bible Class of the First Baptist Church of Oklahoma City re 15th anniversary.

From C. Eugene Larsen asking for Lee's ideas on keys to success; Lee's response.

To Mrs. Josh Lee re invitation to White House.

From Mother and Marie re Lee being admitted to practice before the Supreme Court.

From W. E. Howerton re former acquaintance; Lee's response.

From Lillian Gassaway to Louise Lee re family.

From Paul Walker re retirement of W. B. Bizzell.

To Mrs. John Gerlach re broadcast.

Program of the First Baptist Church of Statesboro. Includes material on Josh Lee's mother.

F 16-19: Personal Correspondence: Charles Dierker (n.d., 1935-1938, 1941, 1949).

Correspondence between Josh Lee and Charles Dierker on a variety of subjects. There is material on Lee's campaign for the Senate in 1936.

F 20: Personal Correspondence (1942-1943).

Includes correspondence from Lynn Adams, Marvin Cross, R. R. Moser, and Roscoe Yadon. There are also stockyards receipts. All of the correspondence concerns farm business.

From Alfred P. Murrah re 1942 campaign results.

From Ruby Cooper to Louise Lee, general.

From Jessie O. Shaw re Lee family history.

From Aunt T. to Mrs. Josh Lee and to Mary Louise Lee, general.

From Josh Lee to The Board re South American trip.

F 21-23: Personal Correspondence: Harold Woods (1942-1944).

Correspondence between Harold Woods and Lee concerning Lee's farm business.

F 24: Personal Correspondence (1946-1949).

From Josh Lee, form Christmas letter.

From John Hamill, general

To Larry Stephenson re article.

From Harlow Publishing Corporation enclosing a statement of Lee's royalty account; statement attached.

From Mary Virginia Lee in answer to a letter sent by Lee; concerns money Lee sent to help take care of his mother (Lee's letter attached).

From E. F. Hallock, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Norman sending Lee an outline of one of Lee's speeches ("The Four Square Life") Hallock recently borrowed.

Postcards from Hartsville, South Carolina.

To Mary Virginia Lee inviting her to spend time with him in Washington.

To Leon Klostermyer, general; also letter from Klostmyer.

To Robert J. Barrett, superintendent of the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police, regarding payment for parking ticket.

From Wilburn Cartwright, general.

To Robert K. Bell regarding speech Lee made; also includes a letter from Bell.

To E. F. Hallock, general; also includes letter from Hallock.

From Ila Huff, thanking Lee for book.

From Marcella Johnston, general.

To Charles E. Benson, general.

To William Cafky, general.

To Mr. and Mrs. Egbert L. Davis, general.

To the Morton Harrisons, William Carsons, and Ted Beairds thanking for party.

To Mrs. George M. Bateman congratulating her on marriage; also includes marriage announcement.

To Cleveland County Abstract Company.

To Sebe Christian, general; also includes letter from Christian.

To T. E. Benedum, general.

To Louis A. Johnson, regarding Lee's son receiving master's degree.

To Elbert L. Costner, regarding Cavanal Mountain.

From Edward L. Alexander, general; also has letter from Lee.

To F. C. Anderson, thanks.

From Craig re Truman trip to Oklahoma.

From Vec Hoagland, thanks.

From Samuel L. Eby, invitation to daughter's wedding.

From John B. Connally, thanks.

To Ralph Dunn, general; also includes letter from Dunn.

From William O. Douglas, regarding accident; also includes letter from Lee.

To Egbert L. Davis, regarding speech Lee made.

From Mell Nash.

To William Cafky, regarding book.

To Dr. Benson, regarding book.

From A. C. Barnett, regarding meeting.

To Dave E. Hilles, general; also includes letter from Hilles.

To Claude Bowers, general.

F 25: Personal Correspondence: Louise Lee (1949-1950).

Correspondence between Lee and his wife.

F 26: Personal Correspondence (1950-1951).

From Keith Kahle.

To Leon G. Keys, general; also includes letter from Keys.

To C. E. Benson, thanks.

To Mrs. W. Z. Brunnett, general; also includes letter from Brunnett.

From Opal Lee.

From American Airlines to launching of SS President Jackson.

From Linee Aeree Italiane announcing the inauguration of the Italian Air Service from Rome to New York.

From Jessie Owen Shaw, genealogy.

From J. Stinson Young.

From Mike Monroney re: Christmas greetings.

From Toby Morris, U.S. Congressman from Oklahoma, general.

From Bea Hankins (telegram) advising Lee of her mother's death. Secretary responded.

From Charles H. Murchison expression sorrow over Lee's accident.

From J. D. Grey, Southern Baptist Convention expressing sorrow over Lee's accident.

From W. A. Patterson of United Air Lines concerning Lee's health.

From Jas. H. Stebbins of W. R. Grace and Co. inviting Lee to cocktails; Lee's secretary regretted.

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