Box and Folder Inventory
Boxes C-D

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Oversized Box C: Paintings and Drawing by Alice Hearrell Murray (n.d.).
1.Pencil drawing of Bloomfield Academy.
2.Portrait of woman. Oil.
3.Flowers. Oil.
4.Deer by lake. Oil.
5.Harvesters. Oil.
6.Mr. Murray's vision [?]. Oil.
7.Great Blue Heron [?] (April 21, 1892). Signed. Oil.
8.Man with sled full of wood (1894). Signed. Oil.
9.Two blank canvas boards.

Oversized Box D: WHM Bibles (1892-1900?).
1.The Red Letter Edition of the Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments.... New York, Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1900?]. Pencil annotations by WHM including "Oath of office as Governor of Oklahoma was taken with this Book open at Exodus Cap 17, vers. 8-16 on January 12, 1931--Murray." Three clippings are pasted to the end papers.
2.Red Letter Art Edition with the Words of Jesus Printed in Red, The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated out of The Original Tongues and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised; together with Marginal References. Conformable to the Edition of 1611, Commonly Known as the Authorized or King James Version (1892). Contains pencil notations.

Oversized Box E: Oklahoma Federationist (1930-1942).
Seventy-four issues of the organized labor newspaper, the Oklahoma Federationist, published by the Oklahoma branch of the American Federation of Labor. It covers the period 1930-1942, though some issues are missing.


1.Oklahoma. Highway Map. 1932. Scale 1" = 18 miles. Shows, too, a proposed Alfalfa Bill Sunset Trail. 15" x 27".

2.Bolivia. Direccion General de Estadistica y Estudios Geograficos. 1917. Scale l:5,500,000. Shows minerals, towns and cities, physical features, and lines of communication. 11 1/4" x 13". (7 copies)


1.1911 Mason's certificate.

2.1911 Mason's degree, W.H.Murray.

3.1911 Mason's degree (women's order), Alice Murray.

4.1930 State of Oklahoma certificate of nomination for the office of Governor.

5.1931 invitation to Governor Murray from Governor Ralph of California to attend a banquet of the "Native Sons of the Golden West."

6.Blank copies of memberships in the "Chickasaw Squirrel Rifles." (7 copies) riley.

William H. Murray Collection Description

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