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

Box 4 Folder List

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

Box/Folder Number: 4/1
Folder Title and Dates: League of Nations

Folder contents include the following item(s): handwritten speech; report on the League of Nations, February 15, 1919.

Box/Folder Number: 4/2
Folder Title and Dates: Liberty Bond Drive

This folder contains typed transcripts of speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): speech concerning approval of H. R. 6787, August 17, 1917; press releases concerning bill, October 24, 1919

Box/Folder Number: 4/3
Folder Title and Dates: Mother's Day, undated

This folder contains handwritten and typed speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): speeches illustrating the value of mothers in American society; speech to members of the Grand Army of the Republic and concerning American holidays and their importance.

Box/Folder Number: 4/4
Folder Title and Dates: Nationalism

This folder contains typed transcripts of speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): short speeches concerning human achievements; short speeches concerning achievements that have made America great; commencement address, Bethany College, West Virginia, June 1, 1917.

Box/Folder Number: 4/5
Folder Title and Dates: Nationalism, undated

This folder contains typed transcripts of speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): short speeches extolling America's wealth and virtues; handwritten manuscript of speech dedicated to the celebration of the 130th anniversary of American independence; speech made to Mission Society and concerning Oklahomans from Missouri and the greatness of the American people.

Box/Folder Number: 4/6
Folder Title and Dates: Oklahoma

This folder contains handwritten and typed speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): "National Good Roads Congress," speech, May 21, 1909; speech denying allegations of Henry S. Johnson of Perry concerning Morgan's business transactions; speeches detailing positive economic conditions of Oklahoma with support for continuing protectionist (tariff) policies; "A Partisan Measure," speech condemning the election law passed by the Oklahoma State Legislature on March 27, 1909; "Proud of Oklahoma," handwritten manuscript of speech; speech in praise of Indiana; "Praying for the Admission of Oklahoma into the Union as a State," a memorial.

Box/Folder Number: 4/7
Folder Title and Dates: Public Lands, 1914

Folder contents include the following item(s): partial draft of a speech detailing school lands use and the amount received per capita from the sale of public lands.

Box/Folder Number: 4/8
Folder Title and Dates: Republican Campaign

This folder contains handwritten and typed speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): address to the citizens of Noble County and Perry, Oklahoma, June 21, 1898; speech detailing accomplishments and interests in Congress from 1908 to 1910; handwritten speech to Lincoln Republican club; speech detailing Morgan's congressional accomplishments, 1915; "Everything has a Standard," speech; series of short speeches dealing with congressional duties and economic concerns; comparison of Democratic and Republican platforms on trusts, 1892-1912.

Box/Folder Number: 4/9
Folder Title and Dates: Republican Campaign

This folder contains handwritten and typed speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): short series of speeches about what made America great; speech about the granting statehood to Oklahoma, the importance of the state Constitutional Convention, and the role of the Republican Party in Oklahoma's development; "Standards," handwritten speech; speech concerning the election of state, county, and legislative officers and a general speech against Democrats, 1907; nomination speech, August 11, 1908.

Box/Folder Number: 4/10
Folder Title and Dates: Speeches by Others

Folder contents include the following item(s): presidential address, December 2, 1913; presidential address, December 8, 1914; "A Protective Tariff Versus Free Trade," a speech made by George C. Sturgiss of West Virginia in the U. S. House of Representatives, April 3, 1909; "Americanism," a speech made by William Borah in the U. S. Senate, February 21, 1919; "Importation--Comparison of 11 Months Under Democratic Tariff and Republican Tariff," extension of remarks in the U. S. House of Representatives by James R. Mann of Illinois, September 26, 1914; "The World in War--America's Justification," a speech made by Edward W. Pou of North Carolina in the U. S. House of Representatives, October 3, 1917; "Constitution of the League of Nations," a speech made by Philander Chase Knox in the U. S. Senate, March 1, 1919; "Work of the Present Republican Congress," a speech made by S. D. Fess of Ohio, February 2, 1920; "Is America Worth Saving?", a speech made by Nicholas Murry Butler, April 19, 1919; "Causes and Conduct of the War with Germany," a speech made by Scott Ferris of Oklahoma in the U. S. House of Representatives, September 14, 1917; "Analysis of the League of Nations," a speech made by James A. Reed of Missouri in the U. S. Senate, February 22, 1919; "Plan for the Operation of New American Merchant Marine," a speech made by Edward N. Hurley, March 27, 1919.

Box/Folder Number: 4/11
Folder Title and Dates: Tariff

This folder contains typed transcripts of speeches.

Folder contents include the following item(s): speech against H. R. 3221 (63rd Congress) with solutions for the trust and agriculture problem; correction concerning the vote on the lumber schedule reported in the Congressional Record of May 24, 1910; speech concerning the munition manufacturer's tax; series of speeches dealing with the loss in trade outside of Europe, the tariff, and Oklahoma's economic condition, 1917; "Direct Taxes Collected Under Acts of October 3, 1913, and October 22, 1914," speech; "Loss in Foreign Trade," speech; "Balance of Trade Under Republican Rule," speech; "Tariff on Broom Corn," speech made in U. S. House of Representatives, May 1, 1913; "Tariff on Lead Ore," speech made in U. S. House of Representatives, April 30, 1913.

Series 6: Congressional Bills and Publications, 1909-1920

Box/Folder Number: 4/12
Folder Title and Dates: Bills

This folder contains bills introduced by Morgan as well as miscellaneous bills sponsored by others. It includes U. S. House of Representatives bills (from 62nd Congress) 20282, 1251, 1252, 1249, 2851, 2852, 2850, 2853, 2849, 2917, 12534, 1254, 1255, 1257, 1258, 1259, 16612, 16611, 16555, 18201, 22647, 23837, 16612, 16614, 1250, 1248, 1253, 18711; (from the 63rd Congress) 12931, 6744, 21474; (from the 64th Congress) 11707, 10310, 6809; (from the 65th Congress) 8827; (from the 66th Congress) 5532; and (from the 60th Congress) H.J. Res. 71, H.J. Res. 43.

Folder contents include the following item(s): The Federal Farm Loan Act, U. S. Senate bill (64th Congress), July 17, 1916

Box/Folder Number: 4/13
Folder Title and Dates: Bills

Folder contents include the following item(s): Rural Credits Bill (S. 2986), comparative print of bill, May 17, 1916.

Box/Folder Number: 4/14
Folder Title and Dates: Committee Reports

This folder contains reports of the Committee on Elections (No. 2) of the U. S. House of Representatives (63rd Congress) and on the contested election of Carney vs. Morgan, April-May 1914.

Folder contents include the following item(s): notice of contest; brief of contestee (Morgan); brief of contestant (Carney).

Box/Folder Number: 4/15
Folder Title and Dates: Committee Reports

Folder contents include the following item(s): report on U. S. Shipping Board (S. Res. 170), Committee on Commerce, U. S. Senate, 65th Congress; report on Emergency Fleet Corporation, Committee on Commerce, U. S. Senate, 65th Congress, January 30, 1919; reports on rural credits from the U. S. Senate and U. S. House subcommitees of the Committees on Banking and Currency, 63rd Congress, July 23, 1914; reports on collective bargaining for farmers (H. R. 7783), Committee on the Judiciary, U. S. House of Representatives, 66th Congress, October 28-31, 1919; report on homes for soldiers bill (H. R. 487), Committee on Public Lands, U. S. House of Representatives, May 27-31, 1919; reports on farms for soldiers (H. R. 487), U. S. Secretary of the Interior, August 1, 1919; brief on national prohibition.

Box/Folder Number: 4/16
Folder Title and Dates: Congressional Record, September 15, 17, 1913; May 11, 1916

Box/Folder Number: 4/17
Folder Title and Dates: Congressional Record, May 12, 13, 16, 18, 1916

Box/Folder Number: 4/18
Folder Title and Dates: Congressional Record, May 20, 25, 1916; February 21, 1919

Box/Folder Number: 4/19
Folder Title and Dates: Congressional Record, February 24, 27, 28, 1919

Box/Folder Number: 4/20
Folder Title and Dates: Congressional Record, 1913-1920

This folder contains miscellaneous clippings, dated 1913, 1915, and 1917-1920.

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