Inventory to the
Dick T. Morgan Collection, 1880-1920
Carl Albert Center, University of Oklahoma

Box 3 Folder List

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Series 3: Subject Files, 1893-1920 (bulk: 1902-1920) continued

Box/Folder Number: 3/1
Folder Title and Dates: Press Releases, undated

This folder includes materials on the "Soldiers' and Seamans' Federal Home-Founding Act" (H. R. 5545), which concerned homes for veterans.

Box/Folder Number: 3/2
Folder Title and Dates: Publications

Folder contents include the following item(s): Morgan's Manual of the United States, Homestead, Townsite and Mining Laws, 1900; Morgan's Manual of the United States: Homestead and Townsite Laws, 1893.

Box/Folder Number: 3/3
Folder Title and Dates: Publications

Folder contents include the following item(s): Morgan's Manual of the United States, Homestead, Townsite and Mining Laws, 1900; Morgan's Manual of the United States: Homestead and Townsite Laws, 1893.

Box/Folder Number: 3/4A
Folder Title and Dates: Publications

Folder contents include the following item(s): Morgan's School Land Manual, 1901. Morgan's Manual, 1904 Supplement: Rosebud Reservation, 1904.

Box/Folder Number: 3/4B
Folder Title and Dates: Publications, Government Aid

Folder contents include the following item(s): The Farmer's Open Forum (the bulletin of the Farmer's Non-partisan League and affiliated organizations), December 1915 (vol. 1, no. 4).

Box/Folder Number: 3/5
Folder Title and Dates: Publications

Folder contents include the following item(s): Oklahoma Real Estate Register, 1901, 1903. [Note: This folder contains only vol. 1, no. 3 and 4.]

Box/Folder Number: 3/6
Folder Title and Dates: Receipts, 1902-1909

This folder contains receipts for payment of gas and electric charges; tuition; expense accounts; telephone, telegraph, and registered mail expenses; newspaper and magazine bills; printing services and business supplies; and settlement of notes. The materials on tuition (for Porter Morgan) include a matriculation card, law school report card, and law notes from the University of Chicago and other documents from Columbia University and Drake University. The expense accounts are for Porter Morgan's use of railways. There are also miscellaneous materials on church, furniture, and the Y.M.C.A.

Box/Folder Number: 3/7
Folder Title and Dates: Rural Credit Bill, 1915-1916

This folder contains congressional and executive branch correspondence, and it includes letters from J. P. Tumulty, secretary to President Woodrow Wilson.

Box/Folder Number: 3/8
Folder Title and Dates: State of Oklahoma

This folder includes materials on politics.

Folder contents include the following item(s): roster of officials; census reports, 1910.

Box/Folder Number: 3/9
Folder Title and Dates: Stationary, undated

This folder contains unused plain and U. S. House of Representative stationary.

Box/Folder Number: 3/10
Folder Title and Dates: Treasury Department

Folder contents include the following item(s): income tax statement; bond transfer; bonds, 1917; tax return, 1914.

Box/Folder Number: 3/11
Folder Title and Dates: Voting Record, 1916-1920

Folder contents include the following item(s): voting record, 66th Congress, 1st Session, 1919; monthly statements from the National Republican Congressional Committee, 1915-1918; roll call, 63rd Congress, 2nd and 3rd Sessions, 1914-1915; roll call, 66th Congress, 2nd Session, 1920.

Series 4: Speeches (By Date), 1897-1920 (bulk: 1897-1900, 1909-1920)

Box/Folder Number: 3/12
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1897-1900

Folder contents include the following speech(es): Address to the Sunday School Workers of Oklahoma, January 1897. Address before the Annual Convention of the Oklahoma Territorial International Sunday School Association, November 17, 1898. "Free Homes Address," before the Free Home League of Oklahoma, February 16, 1900.

Box/Folder Number: 3/13
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1909

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Tariff on Gypsum," in the U. S. House of Representatives, March 31, 1909. "The Farmer and the Tariff," in the U. S. House of Representatives, April 19, 1909.

Box/Folder Number: 3/14
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1910

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Our Postal System," in the U. S. House of Representatives, March 8, 1910.

Box/Folder Number: 3/15
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1911

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Canadian Reciprocity," in the U. S. House of Representatives, April 20, 1911. "Admission of Arizona and New Mexico," in the U. S. House of Representatives, May 22, 1911. "The Wool Schedule," in the U. S. House of Representatives, June 17, 1911. "National Aid for the Improvement of Our Public Highways," in the U. S. House of Representatives, August 22, 1911.

Box/Folder Number: 3/16
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1912

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Control of Corporations," in the U. S. House of Representatives, February 20, 1912. "Pensions," in the U. S. House of Representatives, May 10, 1912. "Jury Trial in Contempt Proceedings," in the U. S. House of Representatives, July 9, 1912. "National Aid to Promote Agriculture," in the U. S. House of Representatives, July 9, 1912. "Improved Political Machinery," in the U. S. House of Representatives, August 23, 1912. "Wealth: Its Conservation, Taxation, Control, Distribution, and Production," in the U. S. House of Representatives, August 23, 1912.

Box/Folder Number: 3/17
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1913

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Oklahoma Bears Burden of the Nation," in the U. S. House of Representatives, February 7, 1913. "Resources of Oklahoma," in the U. S. House of Representatives, June 10 and 13, 1913. "Banking and Currency Bill," in the U. S. House of Representatives, December 22, 1913.

Box/Folder Number: 3/18
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1914

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Loans of Indian Funds to Oklahoma Farmers," in the U. S. House of Representatives, February 13, 1914. "Federal Trade Commission and Antitrust Legislation, " in the U. S. House of Representatives, May 19, 1914. "Farm Credit," in the U. S. House of Representatives, July 14, 1914. "Pay of Rural Carriers," in the U. S. House of Representatives, August 8, 1914. "National Prohibition," in the U. S. House of Representatives, December 22, 1914.

Box/Folder Number: 3/19
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1916

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Dangerous Delay in Rural Credit Legislation," in the U. S. House of Representatives, March 29, 1916. "Rural Credit Bill," in the U. S. House of Representatives, May 6, 9, 15, and June 27, 1916. "Democratic Policies Unfavorable to Commercial and Industrial Prosperity," in the U. S. House of Representatives, August 22, 1916. "Loss to Farmers through Free Trade in Farm Products," in the U. S. House of Representatives, August, 25, 1916.

Box/Folder Number: 3/20
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1917

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Vocational Education," in the U. S. House of Representatives, January 2, 1917. "Food Control," in the U. S. House of Representatives, June 19, 1917. "Aviation Bill," in the U. S. House of Representatives, July 14, 1917.

Box/Folder Number: 3/21
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1918

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Short-term Farm Credit, in the U. S. House of Representatives, January 24, 1918. "Price of Wheat," in the U. S. House of Representatives, April 18, 1918. "The President and Congress in War Times," in the U. S. House of Representatives, May 13, 1918.

Box/Folder Number: 3/22
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1919

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Homes for Soldiers," in the U. S. House of Representatives, June 16, 1919. "Financing Homes for Soldiers," in the U. S. House of Representatives, October 9, 1919. "Homes for Our Service Men," in the U. S. House of Representatives, November 19, 1919.

Box/Folder Number: 3/23
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches, 1920

Folder contents include the following speech(es): "Organization of Farmers," in the U. S. House of Representatives, May 28, 1920.

Series 5: Speeches (By Subject), 1901-1920

Box/Folder Number: 3/24
Folder Title and Dates: Agricultural Aid

This folder contains mostly typed transcripts.

Folder contents include the following item(s): "Rural Credits and the Republican Party," speech; draft of speech to U. S. House of Representatives on providing short-term credit for U. S. farmers (includes outline of proposed bill); "Short-term Agricultural Credit," speech, (includes press release); "Abstract of Proposed Bills to Provide for Short-term, Low Interest Loans to Farmers and Associated Producers of Necessities"; speech concerning S. 3152 (also includes "The Tide to Oklahoma Still On" and "Virtues of Chicago"), August 11, 1911; speech concerning the Federal Farm Loan Act (includes "Features of the Twelve Land Banks" and "Our New Land Credit Institutions"); speech concerning Rural Credit legislation (includes subject headings "What Is the Controversy?", "Importance of Industry," and "Democratic Division Delays Rural Credits"); "Our Federal Land Banks: Unfriendly Legislation Proposed," speech; bill on incorporation of the National Land Credit Bank; bill on creation of a fund to form the basis of a national system of farm mortgage credit; "Reimbursing Wheat Farmers," press release, April 12, 1920; "Soldier-Aid Legislation," press release, March 22, 1920; "Morgan a Candidate," press release, March 29, 1920; "Aid to Federal Land Bank", press release; "Conference on Wheat Marketing," press release, May 24, 1920; table showing business transactions of a corporation.

Box/Folder Number: 3/25
Folder Title and Dates: Aid to Soldiers

This folder contains mostly typed transcripts.

Folder contents include the following item(s): "Popular with the Soldiers", speech "Series of Short Speeches Addressing Aid to Soldiers, Starting with 'The Endowment Capital and the Guaranty Fund," speeches; "Homes for Soldiers," speech "Speech Concerning H. R. 5545, 'A Bill to Provide Homes for Soldiers, Seamen, and Marines, and for Other Purposes," speech (includes appendix showing supposed business operations of the government corporation to be known as the Soldier's and Seamen's Federal Home Corporation); "Why Honor the Serviceman," handwritten speech notes; speech concerning the financial soundness of H. R. 5545; short series of speeches concerning the bill's soundness (includes financial statements attached as evidence); draft of series of short speeches concerning the financial soundness of H. R. 5545; quotations from letters in regard to H. R. 5545; comparison between the provisions in H. R. 15,613 and H. R. 18,711.

Box/Folder Number: 3/26
Folder Title and Dates: Economic Revision Proposal

This folder contains mostly typed transcripts.

Folder contents include the following item(s): supplemental statement for financial report; "$1,000,000, Capital with One Percent Guaranty Fund," second calculation in financial report; table 3 in financial report (used in reference to second calculation); "$2,000,000, Capital with One Percent Guaranty Fund," third calculation in financial report; table 2 of financial report; table 4 of financial report (used in reference to third calculation); short series of speeches describing economic factors facing the operation of a farm and a corporation; interest rates in other countries; authority of attorney general under Sherman Anti-trust Act; recommendations for corporate regulation and wealth distribution; H. R. 12120, bill, January 22, 1914; H. R. 12931, bill, February 4, 1914.

Box/Folder Number: 3/27
Folder Title and Dates: Family History

This folder contains and outline, notes, and typed copy of an autobiography. There is also a comparison and description of Oklahoma and Indiana.

Box/Folder Number: 3/28
Folder Title and Dates: Good Characteristics of a Man

This folder contains drafts and typed transcripts of speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): "Pyramid of P's for our Potent Pedagogues"; "Refrain from Idleness" (includes notes); series of short speeches concerning the virtues of a good man; "The Value of a Good Nature," submitted by Fred Morgan, Wichita, Kansas; drafts of speeches in the form of proverbs for good living.

Box/Folder Number: 3/29
Folder Title and Dates: Indian Territory

Folder contents include the following item(s): proclamation on the Kiowa-Comanche Opening (includes note on the relevant act of Congress. Morgan's Manual of Indian Territory Land Laws, manuscript (includes treaty excerpts).

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