J. HOWARD EDMONDSON COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory

Series 1:Gubernatorial Papers, 1958-1963

Box 1: Gubernatorial Administration, 1959-1963

F 1: Gubernatorial Administration: Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (1959-1961).

a. "Oklahoma Goes Wet: The Politics of Prohibition Repeal," by Robert S. Walker and Samuel C. Patterson. Eagleton Institute Case Studies Program, June 1960.
b. Letter from Max J. Halpern to Sam H. Crossland, January 12, 1961; re: administration of liquor laws in different states.
c. Copy of a bill in the House of Delegates in Maryland revising liquor laws.
d. Copy of New Jersey Alcoholic Beverage Tax Law.
e. Report on how tax reporting systems work in several states.
f. "Rules and Regulations of the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Control Board," as approved July 13, 1959.

F 2: Gubernatorial Administration: Bureau of Investigation (1959-1962)

a. Correspondence.
b. Claim of Woody Hunt, Department of Highways.
c. Petitions to send a special investigator to Nowata, Oklahoma, to aid the Grand Jury.
d. Description of Charles Leon Walls and police report.

F 3: Gubernatorial Administration: Daily Memoranda to J.H.E. from J. Leland Gourley, January 1959 - May 1961.

F 4: Gubernatorial Administration: Election Board.

a. Correspondence.
b. Voter statistics by election and county.
c. Executive Order by Governor on results of State Questions 386 and 387 (repeal of prohibition).
d. Election Board statement on results of election on State Questions 386 and 387.
e. Initiative Petition transferring the construction and maintenance of county roads to State Highway Commission.
f. Hearings on recount of ballots in gubernatorial race, held in Stigler, Haskell County, Oklahoma, May 29-30, 1962.

F 5: Gubernatorial Administration: Finance Information.

a. Furniture inventory.
b. Mansion expenditures, November 16, 1959.
c. Mansion furnishings and equipment, January 1955 - September 1956.
d. Expenditures for professional services, January 1959 - March 1961.
e. Executive Budgets, State of Oklahoma, for fiscal years ending June 30, 1960 and 1961.
f. Budget proposals.
g. Expenditures: contingency fund, January 1959 - March 1961.
h. Expenditures: general revenue fund, January 1959 - March1961.
i. Office remodeling.
j. Expenditures of Governor's office.
k. Expenditures made by Oklahoma State Legislature, by Agency and function, 1954-61.
l. Miscellaneous appropriations statements.

F 6: Gubernatorial Administration: Information Gathered by Staff as Requested by Governor.

a. Total school revenue received from the State.
b. Notes on central purchasing, September 25, 1961.
c. Oklahoma State System of Higher Education Capital Improvements Report, October 12, 1961.
d. Detailed Plans for Capital Improvements by Regents for Higher Education.
e. Miscellaneous information.

F 7: Gubernatorial Administration: Jenkin Lloyd Jones Appointment to State Highway Commission.

a. KWTV editorial, January 27, 1959.
b. Statement by Jones.
c. Statement by J.H.E. to Senate.
d. Correspondence, January - February 1959.
e. Telegrams, editorials, and clipping.

F 8: Gubernatorial Administration: McClain County Investigation - Joe Cannon.

a. Miscellaneous reports.
b. Reports on J. D. Deauville.
c. Reports on N. E. Deauville.
d. Reports on R. W. Brooks.
e. Reports on R. N. Deauville.
f. Clippings.
g. Material relating to Okfuskee County.

F 9: Gubernatorial Administration: Message to the Legislature (1960).

a. Speech outline.
b. Various source materials and draft notes.

F 10: Gubernatorial Administration: Pardon and Parole Board.

a. Correspondence, September 1958 - December 1962.
b. Papers on pardons and paroles.
c. Telegrams and clippings.

F 11: Gubernatorial Administration: Petitions: Initiative Petitions (1960):

a. Correspondence and clippings.
b. Various materials concerning petition campaign.
c. Lists of contributors and workers.

F 12: Gubernatorial Administration: Petitions: De Felice Advertising Agency vs. J.H.E.

F 13: Gubernatorial Administration: Reapportionment: Letters from State Senators, June - July 1962.

F 14: Gubernatorial Administration: Reapportionment: Letters from State Representatives, June - July 1962.

F 15: Gubernatorial Administration: Supernumerary Judges.

F 16: Gubernatorial Administration: Turnpike Authority:

a. Correspondence and clippings.
b. Proof of preliminary official statement on Oklahoma Turnpike Authority Bonds.
c. Bill Hoover vs. Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, in the Supreme Court of the United States.
d. Trust agreement securing turnpike revenue bonds.
e. Question manual of the Oklahoma Securities Commission.

Box 2: Big Cedar, Campaigns, Correspondence, and Fund-raising Dinners.

F 1: Big Cedar: J. F. Kennedy trip to Oklahoma, October 1961. Clippings.

F 2: Campaign Clippings (1958).

F 3: Campaign Material (1958).

Biographical background, bumper stickers, brochures, and advertising.

F 4: Campaign Schedules (1958).

Schedule of J.H.E. TV and radio programs, press releases, and telegrams of congratulations.

F 5: Campaign (1960): Boston Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, February 14, 1959.

a. Program.
b. J.H.E. Speech.
c. Correspondence and clippings.

F 6: Campaign (1960): Clippings.

F 7: Campaign (1960): General.

a. Speech excerpts in Montgomery, Alabama.
b. Speech excerpts in Hillsboro, Illinois.
c. Speech in Linton, Indiana, October 2, 1960.
d. Speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 2, 1960.
e. Memorandum from George Smathers to Robert Kennedy, September 13, 1960, re: campaign managers.
f. Press releases.
g. "Provisions of the Constitution and U. S. Code Relating to Presidential Elections."

F 8: Correspondence: Administration Letters (1959-1962). Complimentary, Best Wishes, etc.

F 9: Correspondence: Governor's office (1954-1960):

a. Poll of House of Representatives on Repeal of Prohibition.
b. Certificates of Transcripts for State Questions 396, 397, and 398.

F 10: Correspondence: Governor's Office (1961).

F 11: Correspondence: Governor's Office (1962).

F 12: Correspondence: Miscellaneous:

a. Reports.
b. Bankruptcy petition of Carl Frix.
c. Executive Proclamation of State Question 408.
d. Agreement for Eastern Oklahoma Turnpike.
e. Copies of receipts for contributions to Constitutional Convention from Henry L. Johnston.
f. Independent oil, February - March 1962.
g. "Main Street Oklahoma and Oil:" Radio Program.
h. Skelly News, January - February 1959.

F 13: Correspondence: Residence of J.H.E. (October - November 1962): Clippings.

F 14: Correspondence: Rural Electric Association (June 1961): Resolutions, re: R.E.A. bills.

F 15: Fund Raising Dinner, Mansion (October 1959).

Correspondence and telegrams.

F 16: Fund Raising Dinner, Mansion (October 1959).

Mailing lists.

F 17: Fund Raising Dinner, Jefferson-Jackson Dinner (November 14, 1959):

a. Programs.
b. Remarks of John Kennedy, Stuart Symington, and G. Mennen Williams.
c. Correspondence, October - November 1959.
d. Miscellaneous reports and schedules for dinner.

Box 3: Inaugurations, Mrs. Edmondson, Personal, Press releases, Senate, and Speeches

F 1: Inauguration of Governor (1959):

a. Program material.
b. Inaugural address of Leon Phillips sent to J.H.E. by Mrs. Phillips.
c. Clippings showing Mrs. Edmondson in inaugural ball gown.

F 2: Inauguration of President (1961).

Miscellaneous information and correspondence.

F 3: Mrs. Edmondson.

a. Miscellaneous programs.
b. Miscellaneous invitations from the Edmondsons.
c. Correspondence, invitation lists, and clippings.
d. Orbit, November 15, 1959.
e. Oklahoma Home Builder, August 1959.
f. Skelly News, January - February 1959.

F 4: Personal: Hall of Fame (November 1962).

Correspondence.

F 5: Personal: Memberships, Clubs, etc.

a. Certificates of memberships and awards.
b. Resolutions of commendation.

F 6: Personal: Outstanding Young Man Award.

a. Nomination forms.
b. Remarks on J.H.E.
c. Correspondence, January 1959 - May 1960.
d. Future (U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce), March 1960.
e. Clippings.

F 7: Press Releases: Governor's Office (1959).

F 8: Press Releases: Governor's Office (1960).

F 9: Press Releases: Governor's Office (1961).

F10: Press Releases: Clippings.

F11: Pride in Oklahoma: Committee Correspondence (1961).

F12: Republican State Committee: Correspondence with Committee Chairmen.

F13: Senate: Support for J.H.E. Appointment: Telegrams and Contact Lists (January 1963)..

F14: Senate: Support for J.H.E. Appointment: Letters (January 1963).

F15: Senate: Correspondence: Congratulatory Letters and Telegrams on Senate Appointment; Clippings.

F16: Speeches (1958-1959).

a. "Selling Oklahoma," December 15, 1958, before state convention of the Oklahoma Development Council.
b. Inaugural Address, January 12, 1959.
c. Address of J.H.E. to Twenty-Seventh Legislature of the State of Oklahoma, January 13, 1959.
d. "The Tradition of New Ideas," February 14, 1959, before Massachusetts Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner.
e. "The Party of Youth," February 21, 1959, at Young Democrats Breakfast, Springfield, Missouri.
f. Proposed Statement, March 4, 1959, at the unveiling of the sculpture of Hon. Charles Curtis.
g. Address by J.H.E., March 6, 1959, to the Arkansas Basin Development Association.
h. Address by J.H.E., March 18, 1959, before the Oklahoma Oil Jobbers Association Convention.
i. Speech by J.H.E. to Joint Session of the Legislature, April 13, 1959.
j. Remarks prepared for J.H.E. to the Florida Press Association, May 2, 1959.
k. Television speech by J.H.E., June 6, 1959.
l. Television speech by J.H.E., June 20, 1959.
m. Message of J.H.E. to the Legislative Council Executive Committee, July 31, 1959.
n. Suggested remarks for J.H.E. to a Joint Session of the Alabama Legislature, July 31, 1959.
o. Address by J.H.E. before the American Petroleum Institute, November 9, 1959.
p. First Draft Speech by J.H.E. before Oklahoma Development Council, December 7, 1959.
q. "Recapturing Our Pioneer Spirit," by J.H.E. at 1959 Hall of Fame Induction.
r. Speech by J.H.E. before a Democratic dinner, 1959.

F 17: Speeches (1960).

a. "The Wonder of Water," by J.H.E. before the Arkansas Basin Development Association, March 11, 1960.
b. Television speech by J.H.E. on petition campaign, August 30, 1960.
c. Address by J.H.E. on petition campaign, August 30, 1960.
d. Text of address prepared for J.H.E. for delivery at Atlanta, Georgia, September 1960.
e. Rewrite of address at Atlanta.
f. Rewrite of address at Atlanta.
g. Television program, J.H.E., Marty Hauen, and Dick John (moderator), September 3, 1960.
h. Address by J.H.E. before Conference on Higher Education sponsored by the Department of College Teachers, Oklahoma Education Association, December 3, 1960.
i. Points for talk before 1960 Community Industrial Development Seminar.

F 18: Speeches (1961).

a. Speech by J.H.E. in Wichita Falls, Texas, January 12, 1961.
b. Address by J.H.E. before Twentieth Anniversary Civil Services Banquet, January 25, 1961.
c. Address by J.H.E. before the Canadian Oil and Gas Association, January 26, 1961.
d. Address by J.H.E. before Joint Session of the Legislature, June 15, 1961.
e. Address prepared for delivery by J.H.E. to the American Bar Association, Section on Insurance, Negligence and Compensation Law, August 9, 1961.
f. Remarks by J.H.E. before Oklahoma Community Development Conference, August 26, 1961.
g. Excerpts from address by J.H.E. to the San Francisco Executive Conference, National Association of Manufacturers.

Box 4: Speeches; Travel; Senatorial Campaign; and Correspondence

F 1: Speeches (1962).

a. "Oklahoma's New Hope," address by J.H.E. before Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, January 5, 1962.
b. Address by J.H.E. to the Midyear Meeting of the Independent Petroleum Association of America, May 1962.
c. Address by J.H.E. before the Kentucky Oil and Gas Association, June 9, 1962.
d. Address prepared for delivery by J.H.E. to the New York State Conference of Mayors and other Municipal Officials.
e. "States' Responsibilities," an address prepared for delivery by J.H.E. to the International Claims Association, October 1, 1962.

F 2: Speeches: Miscellaneous and Undated.

a. Address by J.H.E. before the Oklahoma Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts, January 11.
b. Governor's Report, January 29.
c. Address by J.H.E. at memorial service of the Oklahoma State Senate, March 20.
d. Television speech by J.H.E., May 9.
e. Excerpts from speech by J.H.E. in Cleveland, May 22.
f. Quotes from television speech, February 28.
g. Excerpts from address by J.H.E. in Huntington, West Virginia.
h. Excerpts from speech by J.H.E. on foreign policy.
i. Speech in Washington, D.C.
j. "Highways"
k. "Render unto Caesar," church dinner address by J.H.E.
l. "The Challenge of Change," graduation address by J.H.E.
m. O.P.E.C. speech. (Not the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries).
n. Excerpts from speech by J.H.E. at Okmulgee Democratic Dinner.
o. Speech by J.H.E. for Agriculture Week Honors and Awards Banquet.
p. Speech by J.H.E. at dinner at O.S.U. Student Union.
q. Speech for Oklahoma Conference for Handicapped Children.
r. Speech in celebration of 1958 Democratic victory.
s. Speech on Kennedy Administration.
t. "Forging Your own Frontiers," commencement address by J.H.E.
u. Mother of the Year Award speech.
v. Brief statement of contents of initiative petitions.
w. Handwritten speech outlines.

F 3: Speech Source Materials.

a. Campaign speech for 1962 gubernatorial race.
b. Statement by Gov. Bert Combs of Kentucky, August 17, 1961.
c. Press release from Sen. John Kennedy: "The Religious Issue in American Politics," April 21, 1960.
d. Background, Berlin, 1961.
e. Letter from Frederick G. Dutton, Special Assistant to the President, to J.H.E., August 8, 1961, re: Kennedy Administration economic policy.
f. Report, "The First Six Months of the Kennedy Administration: Economic Policy."
g. Announcement and Program of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Conference of the National Association of Student Councils, June 18-24, 1961.
h. Class action suit on apportionment, Harry R. Moss vs. William A. Burkhart, State Treasurer, et al.
i. Budget report.

F 4: Trips: Latin America (November 1960): U. S. Governors' Trip to Argentina and Brazil.

a. Correspondence, clippings, advance trip information, and itinerary.
b. Statements by Governors on trip.
c. Year Book, The American Society of Rio de Janeiro, 1960.

F 5: Trips: Tunisia.

a. Correspondence, airline ticket stubs, and miscellaneous reports and brochures.
b. "A Summary Appraisal of Tunisia's Long-term Economic Development Plans" by U. S. Survey Team to Tunisia, November-December 1961.
c. "Tunisia Today," a background paper on Tunisia's economy.

F 6: Trips: Non-political Contacts: Correspondence (1959-1962).

Series 2: Senatorial Papers, 1963-1964

F 7: Biographical: Data Sheets.

F 8: Campaign Advertising: Television Spots.

F 9: Campaign Advertising: Television Spots Copy and Outdoor Advertising.

F 10: Campaign Advertising Material: Brochures, Bumper Stickers, Cards, and Flyers.

F 11: Campaign Information: Correspondence and Miscellaneous.

F 12: Campaign Letters: Miscellaneous Form Letters.

F 13: Campaign Opponents: Raymond Gary.

F 14: Campaign Opponents: Fred Harris.

F 15: Campaign Opponents: Bud Wilkinson.

F 16: Campaign Pictures: Requests and Pictures Sent.

F 17: Campaign Polls: Information on Polling Results and Clippings.

F 18: Correspondence: Appreciation Letters to Members of Boards and Commissions.

F 19: Correspondence by County - Adair: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 20: Correspondence by County - Alfalfa: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 21: Correspondence by County - Atoka: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 22: Correspondence by County - Beaver: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 23: Correspondence by County - Beckham: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 24: Correspondence by County - Blaine: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 25: Correspondence by County - Bryan: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 26: Correspondence by County - Caddo: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 27: Correspondence by County - Canadian: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 28: Correspondence by County - Carter (1963-64): Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

Box 5: Correspondence

F 1: Correspondence by County - Cherokee: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 2: Correspondence by County - Choctaw: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 3: Correspondence by County - Cimarron: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 4: Correspondence by County - Cleveland: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 5: Correspondence by County - Coal: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 6: Correspondence by County - Comanche: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 7: Correspondence by County - Cotton: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 8: Correspondence by County - Craig: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 9: Correspondence by County - Creek: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 10: Correspondence by County - Custer: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 11: Correspondence by County - Delaware: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 12: Correspondence by County - Dewey: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 13: Correspondence by County - Ellis: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 14: Correspondence by County - Garfield: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 15: Correspondence by County - Garvin: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 16: Correspondence by County - Grady: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 17: Correspondence by County - Grant: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 18: Correspondence by County - Greer: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 19: Correspondence by County - Harmon: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 20: Correspondence by County - Harper: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 21: Correspondence by County - Haskell: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 22: Correspondence by County - Hughes: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 23: Correspondence by County - Jackson: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 24: Correspondence by County - Jefferson: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 25: Correspondence by County - Johnston: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 26: Correspondence by County - Kay: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 27: Correspondence by County - Kingfisher: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 28: Correspondence by County - Kiowa: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 29: Correspondence by County - Latimer: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 30: Correspondence by County - LeFlore: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 31: Correspondence by County - Lincoln: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 32: Correspondence by County - Logan: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 33: Correspondence by County - Love: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 34: Correspondence by County - Major: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 35: Correspondence by County - Marshall: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 36: Correspondence by County - Mayes: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 37: Correspondence by County - McClain: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 38: Correspondence by County - McCurtain: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 39: Correspondence by County - McIntosh: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 40: Correspondence by County - Murray: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 41: Correspondence by County - Muskogee: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 42: Correspondence by County - Noble: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 43: Correspondence by County - Nowata: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 44: Correspondence by County - Okfuskee: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 45: Correspondence by County - Oklahoma: Campaign Letters (January - February 1963).

F 46: Correspondence by County - Oklahoma: Campaign Letters (March - June 1963).

F 47: Correspondence by County - Oklahoma: Campaign Letters (July - December1963).

F 48: Correspondence by County - Oklahoma: Campaign Letters (January - February 1964).

F 49: Correspondence by County - Oklahoma: Campaign Letters (March - June 1964).

F 50: Correspondence by County - Oklahoma: Campaign Letters (July - October 1964).

Box 6: Correspondence

F 1: Correspondence by County - Okmulgee: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 2: Correspondence by County - Osage: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 3: Correspondence by County - Ottawa: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 4: Correspondence by County - Pawnee: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 5: Correspondence by County - Payne: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 6: Correspondence by County - Pittsburg: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 7: Correspondence by County - Pontotoc: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 8: Correspondence by County - Pottawatomie: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 9: Correspondence by County - Pushmataha: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 10: Correspondence by County - Roger Mills: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 11: Correspondence by County - Rogers: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 12: Correspondence by County - Seminole: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 13: Correspondence by County - Sequoyah: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 14: Correspondence by County - Stephens: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 15: Correspondence by County - Texas: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 16: Correspondence by County - Tillman: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 17: Correspondence by County - Tulsa: Campaign Letters (1963).

F 18: Correspondence by County - Tulsa: Campaign Letters (January - May 1964).

F 19: Correspondence by County - Tulsa: Campaign Letters (June - September 1964).

F 20: Correspondence by County - Wagoner: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 21: Correspondence by County - Washington: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 22: Correspondence by County - Washita: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 23: Correspondence by County - Woods: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

F 24: Correspondence by County - Woodward: Campaign Letters (1963-1964).

Constituent correspondence for "A" and "B" not included in files.

F 25: Correspondence: Constituent: C.

F 26: Correspondence: Constituent: D.

F 27: Correspondence: Constituent: E-F.

F 28: Correspondence: Constituent: G.

F 29: Correspondence: Constituent: H.

F 30: Correspondence: Constituent: I-J.

F 31: Correspondence: Constituent: K.

F 32: Correspondence: Constituent: L.

F 33: Correspondence: Constituent: M.

F 34: Correspondence: Constituent: N-O.

F 35: Correspondence: Constituent: P.

F 36: Correspondence: Constituent: Q-R.

Box 7: Correspondence, Election Board, and Mailing Lists

F 1: Correspondence: Constituent: S.

F 2: Correspondence: Constituent: T-V.

F 3: Correspondence: Constituent: W-Z.

F 4: Correspondence: Miscellaneous.

F 5: Correspondence: Office.

F 6: Correspondence: Out-of-State.

F 7: Correspondence: Robo Letters (1963).

F 8: Correspondence: Robo Letters (1963).

F 9: Correspondence: Robo Letters (1963-64).

F 10: Correspondence: Robo Letters: Miscellaneous Drafts and Work Papers.

F 11: Election Board: Correspondence and Campaign Expense Statements.

F 12: Mailing Lists.

F 13: Mailing Lists.

F 14: Mailing Lists.

F 15: Mailing Lists.

F 16: Mailing Lists: Guest Books.

F 17: Mailing Lists.

Box 8: Mailings Lists, Meetings, Newsletters, and Newspaper Clippings.

F 1: Mailing Lists: Guests at Coffees Held in June 1963.

F 2: Meetings: Accepted (January - March 1963).

F 3: Meetings: Accepted (April - December 1963).

Contains telegrams to President Kennedy, re: invitations to several Oklahomans to visit the White House.

F 4: Meetings: Declined (January 1963).

F 5: Meetings: Declined (February 1963)

F 6: Meetings: Declined (March 1963).

F 7: Meetings: Declined (April 1963).

F 8: Meetings: Declined (May 1963).

F 9: Meetings: Declined (June 1963).

F 10: Meetings: Declined (July - August 1963).

F 11: Meetings: Declined (September 1963).

F 12: Meetings: Declined (October 1963).

F 13: Meetings: Declined (November 1963).

F 14: Meetings: Declined (December 1963).

F 15: Meetings: Declined (March - May 1964).

F 16: Meetings: Pending.

F 17: Meetings: Designated Representatives.

F 18: Meetings: Third Party Involved in Invitation (1963).

F 19: Newsletters: "Senator Edmondson Reports to the People."

F 20: Newsletters: "Report to Oklahoma" (February - May 1963).

F 21: Newsletters: "Report to Oklahoma" (June - December 1963).

F 22: Newsletters: "Report to Oklahoma" (January - June 1964).

F 23: Newspaper Clippings: J.H.E. and Captain Michael Adams, 1964.

F 24: Newspaper Clippings:

a. J.H.E. in Oklahoma Panhandle, 1964.
b. J.H.E. and Arbuckle Conservancy District, 1964.

F 25: Newspaper Clippings: J.H.E. and President Johnson's State of the Union Address, 1964.

F 26: Newspaper Clippings: Tax Bill Newsletter.

F 27: Newspaper Clippings: Wheat Newsletter.

F 28: Newspaper Clippings: Space Newsletter.

F 29: Newspaper Clippings.

F 30: Newspaper Clippings.

Box 9: Newspaper Clippings, Political Affairs, and Press Releases

F 1: Newspaper Clippings.

F 2: Political Affairs: General.

F 3: Political Affairs: Fund Raising.

F 4: Political Affairs: Material, Issues, Problems, Suggestions, and Campaign.

F 5: Political Affairs: Miscellaneous (1963).

F 6: Press Releases: Press Release Listing (1963).

F 7: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (January 1963).

F 8: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (February 1963).

F 9: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (March 1963).

F 10: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (April 1963).

F 11: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (May 1963).

F 12: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (June 1963).

F 13: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (July 1963).

F 14: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (August 1963).

F 15: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (September 1963).

F 16: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (October 1963).

F 17: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (November 1963).

F 18: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (December 1963).

F 19: Press Releases: Miscellaneous (February - May 1964).

F 20: Press Releases: Copies from Washington Offices.

Box 10: Public Relations, Radio and Television, and Speeches

F 1: Public Relations: General.

F 2: Public Relations: Congratulatory Letters.

F 3: Public Relations: Condolence Letters.

F 4: Public Relations: Thank-you Letters.

F 5: Public Relations: Condolence on Election.

F 6: Public Relations: Endorsements and Introductions.

F 7: Public Relations: Routine Requests.

F 8: Public Relations: Photograph and Autograph Requests.

F 9: Public Relations: Flag Requests.

F 10: Public Relations: Gallery Pass and White House Tour Requests.

F 11: Public Relations: Publications.

F 12: Radio and TV: Radio Speeches: "Report to Oklahoma" (May - July 1963).

F 13: Radio and TV: Radio Speeches: "Report to Oklahoma" (August 1963 - February 1964).

F 14: Radio and TV: Radio Speeches (15 minute) and TV Speeches (15 minute).

F 15: Speech: Statement on the Floor of the Senate, re: Committee Appointments, February 21, 1963.

F 16: Speech: Tribute to Senator Kerr on the Floor of the Senate, March 1, 1963.

F 17: Speech: "Observations and Experiences of a New Senator." Clippings (March 15, 1963).

F 18: Speeches.

a. "Observations and Experiences of a New Senator," Lawton, Oklahoma, March 22, 1963.
b. Material on bills before Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.
c. Brochures on Fort Sill.
d. Clippings.

F 19: Speech: Request for Citizens' Views on Legislation. Clippings (March 27, 1963).

F 20: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record: Oklahoma Farmers Union Convention Speeches of Three Young Oklahomans (March 28, 1963).

F 21: Speech: Political Speech in Bartlesville. Clippings (March 29, 1963).

F 22: Speech: Open House Feature Film. Clippings (March 30, 1963)..

F 23: Speech: Statement on Waurika Reservoir before Flood Control Subcommittee of Public Works Committee (April 3, 1963).

F 24: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: George E. Barclay, Wildlife Refuges (April 4, 1963).

F 25: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Carl K. Bates of Oklahoma. Clippings (April 4, 1963).

F 26: Speech: Radio and TV release, re: Visit to Oklahoma by Secretary of the Air Force Eugene Zuckert. Clippings (April 6, 1963).

F 27: Speech: Government Week at Oklahoma State University. Clippings (April 8, 1963).

F 28: Speech: Statement on Soil Stewardship Week. Clippings (April 11, 1963).

F 29: Speech: Eufaula Lodges (April 12, 1963).

F 30: Speech: Announcement for Radio and TV Tape of Vice-President Johnson's Trip to Oklahoma in May 1963 (April 13, 1963).

F 31: Speech: Statement to Oklahoma Courier on Pope John XXIII's Peace Encyclical (April 13, 1963).

F 32: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Tribute to Carl Albert in article by Jenk Jones, Jr. (April 23, 1963).

F 33: Speech: Radio and TV News Report on Senate Space Committee Hearings (April 24, 1963).

F 34: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Future Farmers of America (April 30, 1963).

F 35: Speech: Law Day. Brochures on Law Day from American Bar Association. Clipping (May 1, 1963).

F 36: Speech: Chickasha American Business Club Dinner. Clippings (May 10, 1963).

F 37: Speech: News release, re: Gordon Cooper's Space Flight (May 11 and May 20, 1963).

F 38: Speech: Commencement Address, Shawnee High School. Clippings (May 29, 1963).

F 39: Speech: Statement in Senate to Create a Standing Committee on Veteran's Affairs (June 13, 1963).

F 40: Speech: Statement in Senate on Highway Construction Program (June 13, 1963).

F 41: Speech: Statement in Senate on Space Program and Eisenhower's Comment (June 13, 1963).

F 42: Speech: National Convention of Petroleum Land Men, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Clippings (June 20, 1963).

F 43: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record on Area Redevelopment (July 10, 1963).

F 44: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record on State Biology Award won by Tulsa teacher. Clippings (July 10, 1963).

F 45: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Series of Space Articles by Alan Cromley in Daily Oklahoman (July 17, 1963).

F 46: Speech: "Toward More Federal Responsibility?" by J.H.E., originally given before American Bar Association Convention, St. Louis, August 9, 1961; now placed in Congressional Record by Tom Steed (July 30, 1963).

F 47: Speech: Statement to the Public Lands Subcommittee of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the U. S. Senate (July 31, 1963).

F 48: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Article by Charles Yarbrough in the Washington Sunday Star on Recreation Facilities in Oklahoma (August 20, 1963).

F 49: Speech: Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative, Seminole. Clippings (August 21, 1963).

F 50: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Mayor Jim Egan of Muskogee (August 23, 1963).

F 51: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Sulphur, Oklahoma, and tourism (August 23, 1963.

F 52: Speech: News release on Test Ban Treaty (September 20, 1963).

F 53: Speech: Special article for Oklahoma Courier, "Our Place in Space," by J.H.E (September 20, 1963).

F 54: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: address by President James G. Patton of the National Farmers Union (September 25, 1963).

F 55: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Washita Project in Soil Conservation (October 8, 1963).

F 56: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Book by Dr. Leroy H. Fischer of Oklahoma State University (October 8, 1963).

F 57: Speech: Statement for Future Magazine (November 1963).

F 58: Speech: Memorial Address to President Kennedy (December 11, 1963).

F 59: Speeches.

a. Statement for Oklahoma Rural News, re: President Lyndon Johnson, December 23, 1963.
b. Speech written to be used, re: President Lyndon Johnson, December 1963.

F 60: Speech: Article for Future magazine by Henry James, "Why a Federal Government Career?" (December 1963).

Box 11: Speeches, Subject Files, and Travel

F 1: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record on Floor of the Senate, re: Ribicoff Amendment to the Tax Bill (February 3, 1964).

F 2: Speech: News Release, Announcement to run for U. S. Senate (February 26, 1964).

F 3: Speech: Senate Joint Resolution introduced by J.H.E. (February 27, 1964).

F 4: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Tribute to President Kennedy by David R. Milsten (February 27, 1964).

F 5: Speech: Statement in Congressional Record, re: Mountain Park Reclamation Project in Oklahoma (March 20, 1964).

F 6: Speech: Before the Senate Appropriations Committee, re: Arkansas River Project (April 28, 1964).

F 7: Speech: On the Floor of the Senate, re: Beef Imports (April 28, 1964).

F 8: Subject Files: American Airlines.

Correspondence.

F 9: Subject Files: Army Corps of Engineers.

Correspondence and brochure on "Oklahoma's Master Water Plan."

F 10: Subject Files: Arkansas Basin Development.

Letters from members of the Senate, re: Arkansas River Project.

F 11: Subject Files: AVCO Corporation.

Brochure and clippings.

F 12: Subject Files: Mack Braly, Ada, Oklahoma.

Correspondence.

F 13: Subject Files: Brown and Root, Inc.

Project Mohole report.

F 14: Subject Files: Custer Channel Wing Corporation.

Correspondence, brochures, and clippings.

F 15: Subject Files: Deaton, Gassaway, and West.

H.R. 6449 introduced by Tom Steed, May 20, 1963, and S. 1430 introduced by J.H.E., May 1, 1963, re: relief of James Jouravloff, and correspondence.

F 16: Subject Files: DeLeuw, Cather, and Company.

Correspondence and progress reports on construction of Oklahoma Southwestern Turnpike.

F 17: Subject Files: District of Columbia: D.C. Budget for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1964.

F 18: Subject Files: General Electric Company.

Correspondence and reports.

F 19: Subject Files: General Services Administration.

Correspondence.

F 20: Subject Files: Hubbard Case, Nowata, Oklahoma.

Correspondence and clippings.

F 21: Subject Files: Martin Marietta Corporation.

Correspondence.

F 22: Subject Files: Oil Tax.

Correspondence, brochure, message from the President on January 24, 1963, and brochure, "The Petroleum Industry."

F 23: Subject Files: Oklahoma Development.

Correspondence; Department of Public Safety of State of Oklahoma annual reports for 1960 and 1961; Report to 1861 Legislative Penal Committee by Oklahoma State Reformatory; and Report of Operations of Oklahoma State Penitentiary.

F 24: Subject Files: Oklahoma Ordinance Works. Correspondence.

F 25: Subject Files: Oklahoma State Advisory Committee.

Correspondence.

F 26: Subject Files: Oklahoma State Banking Material.

Information brochure on state banking.

F 27: Subject Files: The Rouge Companies.

Engineering progress report on solid state transmitter development.

F 28: Subject Files: Slick Corporation.

Correspondence.

F 29: Subject Files: Transportation.

Material on arbitration of disputes.

F 30: Subject Files: Tulsa Federal Housing Administration.

Correspondence.

F 31: Subject Files: Wilderness Act.

S. 4, a bill to establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, and information sheets.

F 32: Subject Files: Wildlife Commission.

Correspondence and Oklahoma Wildlife, January 1964.

F 33: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (February 13, 1963).

Breakfast meeting; guest list.

F 34: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa (March 8, 1963).

Speeches and correspondence.

F 35: Trip to Oklahoma (March 15-17, 1963).

County managers dinners; correspondence and invitation lists.

F 36: Trip to Oklahoma (March 22, 1963, weekend).

Correspondence, brochures from the Association of the U. S. Army, and invitation list for luncheon.

F 37: Trip to Oklahoma (March 29, 1963, weekend).

Correspondence.

F 38: Trip to Oklahoma: Stillwater (April 8, 1963).

Oklahoma State University Student Government Week; itinerary and correspondence.

F 39: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa, Bartlesville, and Duncan (April 9, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 40: Trip to Oklahoma: Vinita, Holdenville, and Pryor (April 10-12, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 41: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (April 13, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 42: Trip to Oklahoma: Shawnee (April 15, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 43: Trip to Oklahoma: Ardmore (April 17, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 44: Trip to Oklahoma: Altus (April 19-21, 1963).

Zuckert trip; correspondence.

F 45: Trip to Oklahoma: Enid (April 26, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 46: Trip to Oklahoma: Chickasha and Tulsa (May 10-11, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 47: Trip to Oklahoma: Shawnee (May 29, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 48: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (May 31, 1963).

Breakfast and luncheon; correspondence and invitation lists.

F 49: Trip to Oklahoma: (June 1963).

Itinerary and correspondence.

F 50: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa (June 1, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 51: Trip to Oklahoma (June 8, 1963).

Guest list.

F 52: Trip to Oklahoma: Sulphur (June 14, 1963).

Correspondence and guest list.

F 53: Trip to Oklahoma: Ada (June 14, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 54: Trip to Oklahoma: Elk City (June 15, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 55: Trip to Oklahoma: Clinton (June 15, 1963).

Correspondence and invitation list.

Box 12: Travel and Prospective Gubernatorial Campaign in 1970

F 1: Trip to Oklahoma: El Reno (June 15, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 2: Trip to Oklahoma: Mangum (June 15, 1963).

Correspondence and invitation list.

F 3: Trip to Oklahoma: Anadarko, Idabel, and Durant (June 16-17, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 4: Trip to Oklahoma: Antlers (June 17, 1963).

Correspondence and mailing lists.

F 5: Trip to Oklahoma: Hugo (June 17, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 6: Trip to Oklahoma: Checotah, Sallisaw, and Poteau (June 18, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 7: Trip to Oklahoma: Stigler (June 18, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 8: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa (June 19, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 9: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa (June 20, 1963).

American Association of Petroleum Landmen; correspondence.

F 10: Trip to Oklahoma: Miami and Tahlequah (June 20, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 11: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa (June 28, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 12: Trip to Oklahoma: Shawnee (June 29, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 13: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (July 18, 1963).

Correspondence and invitation lists.

F 14: Trip to Oklahoma (July 20, 1963).

Dedication of Oologah Dam; correspondence.

F 15: Trip to Oklahoma: Broken Bow, Fort Chaffee, and Tulsa (August 1-5, 1963).

Correspondence, mailing list, and information, re: NASA

F 16: Trip to Oklahoma: Atoka (August 2, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 17: Trip to Oklahoma (August 15, 1963).

Ling-Temco-Vaught and other Chamber of Commerce appointments; correspondence.

F 18: Trip to Oklahoma: Duncan (August 22, 1963).

E Award from the Haliburton Company; correspondence and "Erle P. Haliburton-- Genius with Cement."

F 19: Trip to Oklahoma (September 1963).

Itinerary and correspondence.

F 20: Trip to Oklahoma: Duke, Oklahoma City, Henryetta, Heavener, and Ringling (August 31 - September 2, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 21: Trip to Oklahoma: Midwest City (September 4, 1963).

Correspondence and mailing list.

F 22: Trip to Oklahoma: Tahlequah (September 7, 1963).

Annual Cherokee Holiday; correspondence.

F 23: Trip to Oklahoma: Norman, El Reno, Okemah, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Ponca City, and McAlester (September 14-21, 1963).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 24: Trip to Oklahoma: Muskogee (September 18, 1963).

Breakfast; correspondence and mailing lists.

F 25: Trip to Oklahoma (September 26-29, 1963).

Correspondence and schedule.

F 26: Trip to Oklahoma (October 2-6, 1963).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 27: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (October 8, 1963).

National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners; correspondence.

F 28: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa (n.d.).

Indian Nation Council of National Management Association; correspondence.

F 29: Trip to Oklahoma: Lawton (October 11, 1963).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 30: Trip to Oklahoma: Miami (October 15, 1963).

Rotary Club; correspondence.

F 31: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City and Stillwater (October 18-20, 1963).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 32: Trip to Oklahoma (November 1963).

Itinerary and correspondence.

F 33: Trip to Oklahoma: Wetumka, Tulsa, Claremore, McAlester, Norman, Muskogee, and Edmond. (November 2-7, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 34: Trip to Oklahoma: Perry, Poteau, and Ardmore (November 9-11, 1963).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 35: Trip to Oklahoma: Anadarko (November 17, 1963).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 36: Trip to Oklahoma: Clinton and Tulsa (November 22-23, 1963).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 37: Trip to Oklahoma: Union City (December 1, 1963).

Correspondence.

F 38: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City and Tulsa (December 13, 1963).

State Conference of Agricultural Soil Conservation Committeemen and office managers.

F 39: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (December 16, 1963).

Oklahoma County Lumberman's Association; correspondence.

F 40: Trip to Oklahoma: J.H.E. home (December 21, 1963): correspondence and invitation list.

F 41: Trip to Oklahoma (January 1964).

Itinerary.

F 42: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (January 10, 1964).

Oklahoma State AFL-CIO; correspondence.

F 43: Trip to Oklahoma: Chandler and Pauls Valley (January 14-15,1964).

Correspondence.

F 44: Trip to Oklahoma: Panhandle (January 16, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 45: Trip to Oklahoma: Sulphur (January 17, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 46: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa (January 20, 1964).

Oklahoma Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts; correspondence.

F 47: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (January 21, 1964).

Outstanding Young Man Luncheon; correspondence.

F 48: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (January 22, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 49: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (January 23, 1964).

Corps of Engineers Central Oklahoma Project; correspondence.

F 50: Trip to Oklahoma: Shawnee (January 24, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 51: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (January 26, 1964).

Oklahoma Press Association Breakfast.

F 52: Trip to Oklahoma: Moore, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Clinton (January 27-29, 1964).

F 53: Trip to Oklahoma: Adair (January 31, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 54: Trip to Oklahoma (February 1964).

Itinerary and correspondence.

F 55: Trip to Oklahoma: Cheyenne and Weatherford (February 3, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 56: Trip to Oklahoma: Ardmore (February 4, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 57: Trip to Oklahoma: Tulsa and Clinton (February 7, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 58: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City and Tulsa (February 9-10, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 59: Trip to Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Cleveland, Woodward, and Tulsa (February 13-19, 1964).

Correspondence.

F 60: Trip to Oklahoma: Bartlesville, Midwest City, and Anadarko (February 24-29, 1964).

Schedule and correspondence.

F 61: Trip to Oklahoma (March 1964).

Correspondence.

F 62: Trip to Oklahoma (April 1964).

Itinerary and correspondence.

F 63: Trip to Oklahoma (May 1964).

Correspondence.

F 64: Trip to Oklahoma (June - November 1964).

Correspondence.

Series 3: Prospective Campaign for Governor, 1970

F 65: Correspondence (May - June 1970).

F 66: Clippings (March - April 1970).

F 67: Mailing Lists.

F 68: Miscellaneous.

F 69: Oklahoma City Times, November 17, 1971, Announcing Fatal Heart Attack of J.H.E.

Series 4: Oversized Materials

1. Two Newsprint Campaign Posters for U. S. Senate.

2. Two Campaign Fence-straddlers for James Howard Edmondson, Jr., Campaign for Oklahoma State Senate, District 47.

J. Howard Edmondson Collection Description


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