JOSH LEE COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
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Series 4: Resource Material (continued)

F 1: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Race for the Fifth District, U.S. Congress (1934).

F 2: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Term in the U.S. House of Representatives (1935-1936).

F 3: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Race for U.S. Senate (n.d., January-February 1936).

F 4: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Race for U.S. Senate (March-June 1936).

F 5: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Race for U.S. Senate (July 1-10, 1936).

F 6: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Race for U.S. Senate (July 11-31, 1936).

F 7: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Race for U.S. Senate (August-December 1936).

F 8: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Race for U.S. Senate (1942).

F 9: Resource Material - Clippings - Lee's Term in the U.S. Senate (n.d., 1937-1942).

F 10: Resource Material - Clippings - Miscellaneous (n.d., 1932, 1935-1936, 1939, 1942-1943, 1947, 1950-1951, 1955-1957, 1963).

F 11: Resource Material - Clippings - National Politics (n.d., 1936, 1939-1941, 1943, 1950, 1955-1956, 1960-1962).

F 12: Resource Material - Clippings - Oklahoma Politics (n.d., 1935, 1941, 1950).

F 13: Resource Material - Clippings - Social Circles (n.d., 1921, 1935-1938, 1940-1941, 1949, 1951, 1955-1957).

F 14: Resource Material - Clippings - Speeches (n.d., 1917, 1919-1920, 1928-1942, 1948, 1953-1962, 1966).

F 15: Resource Material - Clippings - U.S. Senate Race (1950).

F 16: Resource Material - Clippings - University of Oklahoma (1951, 1957).

F 17: Resource Material - Calendar (1949).

F 18: Resource Material - Calendar (1950).

F 19: Resource Material - Datebook (1949, 1956).

F 20: Resource Material - Datebook (1957).

F 21: Resource Material - Datebook (1958).

F 22: Resource Material - Datebook (1959).

F 23: Resource Material - Datebooks (1960-1961).

F 24: Resource Material - Democratic Fact Sheet (1954-1956).

Democratic Fact Sheet, March 2, 1954; discusses the call for resignation of communists in the Eisenhower government. This paper attempts to prove that the effort made by the Eisenhower government toward removing the communists from their civil service positions was a hoax. (Printed by the Research Div. of the Democratic National Committee, Paul M. Butler, ch.)

Democratic Fact Sheet, May 4, 1955; discusses Eisenhower's leadership; attempts to prove Eisenhower's incompetence. (printed by research Div. of the Democratic National Committee, Paul M. Butler, ch.)

Democratic Fact Sheet, February 21, 1956; discusses how President Eisenhower has dealt with GOP misconduct. The paper attempts to prove Eisenhower incompetent. (printed by Research Division, Democratic National Committee, Paul M. Butler, ch.)

Democratic Fact Sheet, May 18, 1956; discusses Dwight Eisenhower's "back-downs" and "stand-ups"; attempts to prove Eisenhower's incompetence. (printed by Research Division, Democratic National Committee, Paul M. Butler, ch.)

Democratic Fact Sheet, October 9, 1956; discusses President Eisenhower's words vs. his party's actions; attempts to prove Eisenhower's incompetence.

F 25: Resource Material - Lee's Terms in U.S. House and Senate - Legislation (1935-1937, 1939, 1942).

Copy of H.R. 1 re payment to veterans (by Patman).

Copy of H.R. 5923 re education.

Copy of H.R. 6809 re cotton farming.

Copy of H.R. 7260 and report no. 615 re federal old-age benefits (by Doughton)

Copy of S. 2367 re creation of Farmers Home Corporation.

Copy of report no. 1560 to accompany H.R. 3263 re amending the Interstate Commerce Act.

Copy of H.R. 9870 re payment of world war adjusted service certificates.

Copy of S. 3154 and report no. 1502 re amending Antitrust Act.

Copy of H.R. 10594 re issuance of Treasury notes to pay bonds under the Adjusted Compensation Payment Act.

Copy of H.R. 12530 re increasing duty on cashew nuts.

Calendar of Business for Senate, June 7 (legislative day) and June 8 (calendar day), 1937.

Copy of S. J. Res. 159 re patents (by Copeland).

Copy of H. J. Res. 361 re appropriations for relief (by Bridges).

Copy of S. 2570 re public works (by McAdoo).

Copy of S. 2578 re lighthouse keepers (by Copeland).

Copy of S. 2587 re Chickasaw dormitories at Murray State School of Agriculture (by Thomas).

Copy of S. 2582 re Classification Act of 1923 (by McCarran).

Copy of S. 2571 re The Bible Foundation (by Truman).

Copy of S. 2586 re unemployment trust fund (by Clark).

Copy of S. 2585 re social security (by Robinson for Walsh).

Copy of S. 2583 re Tahoe National Forest (by McCarran).

Copy of S. 187 re mining claims.

Copy of S. J. Res. 158 re First Pan American Congress of Deaf Mutes (by Copeland).

Copy of S. 2572 re Social Security (by Pope).

Copy of S. 2575 re Coast Guard (by Copeland).

Copy of S. Res. 141 re public works (by Pope).

Copy of S. Res. 140 re postal services (by Bridges).

Copy of S. 2577 re Palisades Interstate Park (by Copeland).

Copy of S. 2911 and report re promote peace and national defense through a more equal distribution of the burdens of war by drafting the use of money according to ability to lend to the government.

Josh Lee Backs Terracing Program.

Form letter to constituents on Lee's first eight months in Congress.

Copy of S. 660 re cotton acreage.

Copy of Hearings on S.J. Res. 156 on cargo aircraft and cargo submarines.

F 26: Resource Material - Lee's Terms in U.S. House and Senate - Miscellaneous (1935-1936, 1939, 1942).

Press release from Franklin D. Roosevelt re tax methods and policies.

Form letter from Lee re his first eight months in Congress.

Press release from Franklin D. Roosevelt re veto of H.R. 9870 on payment of world war adjusted service certificates.

Typescript by Josh Lee re explanation of the Domestic Allotment Bill (S. 1405).

Press release from the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce on retail sales in independent stores in Oklahoma.

Letter from Walter Bowers with attached table on old age pension.

Form letter from Lee re increase of duty on cashew nuts.

Typescript on comprehensive agricultural program for Oklahoma.

Letter from James E. Murray to Lee with attached letter from Murray to J. Franklin Carter re Murray's objection to conferring citizenship on Winston Churchill.

Newsletter from Wilburn Cartwright.

Form letter from William Howard Payne to school superintendents re request for listing of all high school graduates so Lee could send note of congratulations.

F 27: Resource Material - Lee's Terms in U.S. House and Senate - Monetary System (n.d., 1934-1936).

(Note: some of the material in this folder is dated prior to Lee's election to Congress).

Booklet - Now It Can Be Proved: Munition Makers Indicted by Their Own Words - published by the National Council for Prevention of War.

Speech - Thomas P. Gore, "We Must Trade Our Way Out of This Trouble." (Congressional Record).

Correspondence. Correspondents include Elmer Thomas and Robert L. Owen.

Poster. Elmer Thomas's speech, "Money-The Most Important Issue Before the Country."

News Release from Robert L. Owen re full employment and national production.

Copy of H.R. 2780 re establishment of the Bank of the United States (by Goldsborough).

Copy of H.R. 2747 re broadening the monetary base by use of silver, devaluing the gold dollar, and stabilizing the purchasing power of the dollar (by Cross).

Speech - Joseph P. Day, "Mortgage Guarantees."

Petroleum Code case - Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Report of the National Agricultural Conference.

F 28: Resource Material - Lee's Terms in U.S. House and Senate - Newsletters and News Releases (n.d., 1934-1936).

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Josh Lee Collection Description


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