WILLIAM G. STIGLER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 11

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F 1: Seminole (1945-1952).

a. Correspondence re Seminole affairs, including attorney contracts, claims, hospitals, and chiefs. 

b. Public Law 80-451 (S. 1733): "To authorize payment to certain enrolled members of the Seminole Tribe of Indians under Act of July 2, 1942 (Public, Numbered 645, Seventy-seventh Congress)."  Eightieth Congress; Second Session (1948).

c. Clipping: "Seminoles Sue U. S. Government."  Okmulgee Times (July 26, 1951).

F 2: Sequoyah Weavers (1947-1952).

a. Correspondence and data re Sequoyah Indian Weavers Association; William Ames.  Also contains list of members in Choctaw Spinners Association and Choctaw Craft Workers. 

b. Newspaper clippings: "A & M Chief Has Tahlequah Wool for Suit,"  Oklahoma City Times (June 14, 1950); "Indians Revive Weaving,"  Oklahoma City Times (July 20, 1950); "$10,000,000 Bill for Indians Okayed,"  Unidentified newspaper (September 15, 1950); "This Indian Won't Borrow"; "Publicity Planned for Indian Weaver."  Unidentified newspaper (n.d).

c. Samples of wool material made by the Sequoyah Weavers in Tahlequah (1945).

F 3: Sioux (1945).

Correspondence re intertribal dispute. 

F 4: Sioux (1947).

Telegrams re absence of Sioux legislation pending. 

F 5: Soil Conservation (1945-1949).

a. Correspondence re Delaware Project and general. 

b. Newspaper clippings: "Plans for Indian Farms Are Laid,"  Muskogee Phoenix (July 18, 1950); "United Keetoowahs to Hold Election on October 3,"  Muskogee Phoenix (July 19, 1950); "Costs of Indian 'Service,'"  Tulsa World (September 12, 1945).

F 6: Speeches (1945-1947). Speech Materials and Correspondence.

a. Congressional Record extract: WGS: Re Navajo plight (December 17, 1947).

b. Congressional Record extract: WGS: "Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations of Indians" (June 14, 1948).

c. Extract: The Baptist Messenger (November 20, 1947): "Some Indian Facts."

d. List: "Office Figures of World War II" re allied killed, U-boat losses, Shipping losses, et al. 

e. Speech: Walter S. Hallanan: "Another Great Milestone in the Progress of Oil" (July 12, 1949).  Dedication Ceremonies of the Basin and Ozark Pipe Line System, Cushing, Oklahoma. Attached note to WGS from Hallanan.

f. Correspondence re WGS speech at Bethesda Baptist Church; speeches on Indian subjects; and poetry and general correspondence.

g. Newspaper Clippings: "Indian Solon Pleads Rights of His People,"  Bethesda (Maryland) Journal (November 9, 1945); . "Public Forum," Bethesda (Maryland) Journal (November 9, 1945).

F 7: Speeches (1948). Indian Orators.

Booklet: "Orations of Famous Indians."  Oklahoma City: Thomas Benton Williams, c. 1948. 

F 8: Speeches (1946, 1949). WGS.

a. Correspondence re WGS speeches. 

b. Congressional Record extract: WGS Extension of Remarks (January 25, 1948): "Pushmataha, Choctaw Diplomat," by John Clagett Proctor. 

c. Congressional Record extract: WGS: "Better Indian Conditions" (May 10, 1946). 

F 9: "T" (1944, 1951-1952).

Miscellaneous correspondence re Indian land-leasing policies, etc.  Correspondents include Elmer Thomas.

F 10: Trust Funds (1951).

a. Correspondence re released restricted funds. 

b. "Management of Trust Property Fund" (undated).  Typescript.

F 11: "W" (1944, 1946-1950, 1952).

a. Miscellaneous correspondence re portrayal of Indians in motion pictures, requests, population, et al. Correspondents include Earl Welch and Muriel H. Wright.

b. Poster: H. E. "Choc" Wilkes: "The Indian's Version of the Lord's Prayer in Sign Language."

c. Report: H. E. "Choc" Wilkes: "Indians as Guinea Pigs for Government Expenditures."

d. Story: H. E. "Choc" Wilkes: "The Flying Hunter."

e. Clipping: "Reply to Felix Cohen's Article in Colliers, January 19, 1946."  Kiowa Chronicle (undated).

F 12: "Z" (1947).

Correspondence. 

F 13: Adair, Gipsie Callahan (1948-1949).

Questions re lost land.

F 14: Alexander, Louis M. (1946).

Money transfer for house purchase by veteran.

F 15: Anderson, Bradley (1950-1951).

House purchase and farm equipment.

F 16: Anderson, Ernest D. (1947, 1952).

Lease of land revocation.  Child welfare request.

F 16b: Anderson, George (1948).

Restriction removal.

F 17: Anderson (Mrs.) Johnnie (1945).

Recovery of relatives allotted land.

F 18: Andison, B. R. (1949).

Removal of restrictions.

F 19: Art, Alva D. (1950).

Patent for inherited land.

F 20: Atlas Coal Company (1950).

Lease application.

F 21: Baconrind, George (1949).

Certificate of competency and loan payments.

F 22: Baker, Elliot (1947-1950).

Mortgage against farm equipment, land sale, and loan.

F 23: Barnett, Henry Clay Wilson (1948).

Restriction removal.

F 24: Barnett, Jackson (1947-1950).

Wealthy oil estate in litigation.

F 25: Barnett, John (1946).

Taxation of restricted Indians.

F 26: Barnett, W. A.

Compensation for litigation services for the Wesley Asbury estate.

F 27: Batt, Patsy Ketcher (1951).

Land sale funds use.

F 28: Baum, C.H. (1950).

Distribution of estate.

F 29: Beams, Bentley (1951).

Loan processing.

F 30: Bear, Turner (1944-1950).

Release of restricted funds for purchases.

F 31: Beaver, Joe M. (1945-1948).

Land sale.

F 32: Beaver, John (1949).

Land sale.

F 33: Benson, Edward J. (1949).

Restrictions removal

F 34: Benton, Edgar (1951).

Unidentified request.

F 35: Berryhill, Eliza Kanard (1950).

Bond sale.

F 36: Billy, Marlin (1952).

Old-age assistance and property restrictions.

F 37: Bishop, Berry (1952).

Restrictions removal.

F 38: Bishop, Thelma (1947).

Will of Louis Bishop.

F 39: Blackard, Maynard (1950).

Land appraisal and sale.

F 40: Blackwell, Henry F. (1946).

Indian roll.

F 41: Blackwolf/Blackhill Estate (1948).

Controversial settlement.

F 42: Blankenship, (Mrs.) C. S. (1950).

Loan.

F 43: Bohanan, Silas W. (1952).

Heirship claims.

F 44: Boland, Jug (1947).

Loan.

F 45: Bollinger, I. W. (1949).

Unpaid Indian medical bills.

F 46: Bozarth, Margaret May (1949).

Health care after a burn.

F 47: Brackett, Tom (1946).

Tax status of inherited land.

F 48: Brannin, Louis (1950).

Lease terms.

F 49: Brewster, Forrester (1946-1949).

Attorney fees.

F 50: Brook, Eck E. (1944).

Indian Claims Commission position.

F 51: Brown, Alex (1945).

Restricted property sale.

F 52: Brown, Kelly (1950).

Estate settlement.

F 53: Brown, Sheldon J. (1946).

Racial discrimination in land purchase.

F 54: Bruno, Mary (1950).

Claim on estate.

F 55: Brunson, Charles H. (1945).

Certified copies of restrictions removals.

F 56: Bunyard, Emma Talomase (1948).

Restrictions removal.

F 57: Bunch, Lizzie (1951).

Restricted funds and purchases.

F 58: Burch, Rosa (1952).

Per capita payment.

F 59: Burgess, Walter (Caesar) (1945-1951).

Late checks; loan; lost property; taxes; inheritance; restrictions removal.

F 60: Burnside, Susie (1946).

Farm purchase.

F 61: Busey, Clyde (1951).

Appointment to head per capita payments.

F 62: Bynum, Gertrude (1946).

Enrollment of ancestor inquiry.

F 63: Byrd, Annie Deere (1952).

Removal of restrictions.

F 64: Campbell, Willie (1944).

Vocational school training.

F 65: Cannon, Newton C. (1952).

Opening of rolls.

F 66: Carey, Harlin (1947).

Removal of restrictions.

F 67: Carpenter, Amy G. (1951-1952).

Removal of restrictions.

F 68: Carruth, Dicey (1949).

Old-age assistance.

F 69: Carshell, Joe (George) (1945).

Death certificate.

F 70: Carter, D. E. (1946-1947).

Claims payment.

F 71: Carter, Joseph (1951).

Estate hearings.

F 72: Cass, Clifton (1950).

Taxes on inheritance.

F 73: Cass, Lewis (1951).

Restrictions removal

F 74: Cass, (Mrs.) Jefferson (1947).

Money from account.

F 75: Chalakee, Jim (1948).

Restrictions removal.

F 76: Chandler, Catherine (1946).

Complaints re handling of minor Indian's affairs.

F 77: Charles, Rufus (1947).

House purchase.

F 78: Chebotah, Marion Paddyaker (1950).

Patent in Fee.

F 79: Checote, Louisa Harjo (1950).

Restrictions removal.

F 80: Childers, James E. (1952).

Hospital misconduct.

F 81: Childers, Sauce (1950.

Account balance; restrictions removal.

F 82: Childress, Jennie (1950).

Funds release.

F 83: Chisholm, George (1944).

Administrator's fee.

F 84: Choate, Jimmy (1946).

Medical treatment.

F 85: Christie, Daniel (1948).

Restrictions removal.

F 86: Christie, Ella Mae (1950).

Land ownership.

F 87: Clark, E. O. (1949).

Legal fees.

F 88: Clark, Frank C. (1945).

Employment difficulty.

F 89: Clay, Henry (1945).

Loan.

F 90: Cochran, Eva Johnson (1947).

Funds in account.

F 91: Colbert, Josephine Folsom (1950).

Removal of restrictions.

F 92: Colbert, Simon (1951).

Surplus land sale; oil royalties.

F 93: Cole, Lorena Weston (1950).

Per capita payment.

F 94: Coleman, Elizie (1950).

School transfer.

F 95: Coleman, Lucy (1950).

Removal of restrictions.

F 96: Conard, Bessie Verner (1946).

Land rights.

F 97: Connor, Willie (1949).

Patent in Fee; removal of restrictions.

F 98: Cooper, Allie Lee (1952).

Per capita heir claim.

F 99: Cooper, Oscar (1949).

Removal of restrictions.

F 100: Correll, I. O. (1945, 1947).

Attorney fees for Dennis Impson estate.

F 101: Cozad, Belle (1948).

Estate litigation.

F 102: Cricklin, Mary (1951).

Land ownership.

F 103: Crittenden, Mitchell (1947).

Removal of restrictions.

F 104: Crocker, Harry (1947).

Racial discrimination.

F 105: Crow, Laura E. (1946).

Enrollment.

F 106: Crutchfield, Everet (1949).

Enrollment.

F 107: Cundiff, George F. (1945).

Indian Service worker transfer.

F 108: Cunningham, Myron (1945).

Land deed approval.

F 109: Curtis, Stella Frances Onubby (1946).

Removal of restrictions.

F 110: Daniels, Clarence (1947).

Removal of restrictions.

F 111: Daniels, Mose (1951).

Indian Commissioner announcement of reduced restrictions.

F 112: Darneal, Tandy (1947).

Release of personal funds; collection on grocery bill.

F 113: Davis, (Mrs.) Floyd (1947).

Sale of land.

F 114: Davis, Hattie Starr (1951).

Removal of restrictions; old-age assistance.

F 115: Davis, Jimmie (1950).

Royalties from inherited land.

F 116: Day, (Mrs.) R. B. (1947).

Mixed-blood Cherokee eligibility for Indian benefits.

F 117: Deal, Mary H. (1949).

Child care payments.

F 118: Denton, Gordon (1946).

Executor fees in Indian estate.

F 119: Dodge, Rachel Clay (1945).

Removal of restrictions.

F 120: Duncan, Florence M. Shell (1951).

Removal of restrictions.

F 121: Duncan, Henry F. (1950-1951).

Attorney's fees.

F 122: Dunkin, Trudie (1951).

Per capita payments; oil royalties.

F 123: Duval, Thomas (1944).

Removal of restrictions.

F 124: Dyer, Robert W. (1951).

Business Loan.

F 125: Edwards, Eliza (1949).

Removal of restrictions.

F 126: Edwards, Winona Adair (1950).

Indian land and foreclosure thereon.

F 127: Ellis, Frankie Lee Campbell (1949).

Homestead inquiry.

F 128: English, (Mrs.) Wilson (1949).

Home loan.

F 129: Enyart, Ernest L. (1945).

Approval of deeds for property purchased from Indian.

F 130: Erwin, C. T. (1947-1948).

Reimposition of restrictions on half-blood Indians.

F 131: Eubanks, Iola Mae (1950).

Employment record of Indian father.

F 132: Ezzell, D. F. (1947).

Copies of deeds.

F 133: Factor, Amos T. (1950).

Estate inheritance.

F 134: Fairrell, J. W. (1952).

Heirship claim; widower of Rebecca Goodson.

F 135: Fields, Mary Sevier (1951).

Removal of restrictions; land sale; welfare.

F 136: Finklea, Floyd (1947).

Land purchase from Cherokee Nation.

F 137: Fisher, David (1951).

House purchase with restricted funds.

F 138: Fisher, William (1949).

Funds from Indian office.

F 139: Fitzgerald, (Mrs.) Todd (1949).

Hospitalization.

F 140: Fixin, Lugie Bearpaw (1945).

Indian land title.

F 141: Folsom, Eugene (1946-1947).

Removal of restrictions.

F 142: Fourkiller, Joanna Groundhog (1949-1950).

Restricted money use for house building.

F 143: Francis, May E. (1945-1946).

Indian folklore book.

F 144: Frazier, T. W. (1951-1952).

Indian restricted land and old-age assistance.

F 145: Frenchman, Clarence E. (1951).

Removal of restrictions.

F 146: Frenchman, Martha Logan (1948, 1951).

Removal of restrictions.

F 147: Frost, Andrew (1949-1950).

Burial irregularities.

F 148: Fry, Sandy (1945).

Increased monthly allowance.

F 149: Gains, Thomas J. (1951).

Enrollment and per capita payment.

F 150: Galcatcher, Betsey (1945).

Land sale.

F 151: Garland, Ray (1945).

Indian Service worker promotion.

F 152: Gentry, Bluford M., Sr. (1951).

Loan for land.

F 153: Gibson, Tinna Dog (1946-1952).

Delayed checks and taxes.

F 154: Glass, Lucinda Bigfeather (1949-1950).

Removal of restrictions.

F 155: Gleason, Liza Sewell (1949).

Budget approval.

F 156: Gooch, J. O. (1946-1947).

Enrollment.

F 157: Gordon, Ben (1947).

Land appraisal.

F 158: Gouge, Albert (1946-1949).

Four Mothers Nation.

F 159: Goulette, J. D., Jr. (1950)

Architectural and engineering contracts.

F 160: Gourd, Rosa Knight Thornton (1950).

Removal of restrictions.

F 161: Gray, Thomas (1945-1946).

Probate of will.

F 162: Grayson, Buck (1948).

Removal of restrictions.

F 163: Greece, Nannie Walker (1948).

Removal of restrictions.

F 164: Green, Roy C. (1949, 1951).

Coal and asphalt per capita payments.

F 165: Hallam, Anna B. (1948-1949).

Removal of restrictions.

F 166: Hamilton, Douglas (1952).

Per capita payment.

F 167: Harjoche, Frank (1944-1945).

Claims against estate.

F 168: Harley, Alex (1948).

Damages from oil pipeline.

F 169: Harmon, Ben T. (1949).

Loan and job request.

F 170: Harris, Mary Jacobs (1950).

Removal of restrictions.

F 171: Harry, Ada Fox (1946).

Removal of restrictions.

F 172: Hastey, P. D. (1946).

Land purchase.

F 173: Hastings, Ahnawake (1944-1946).

Job appointment advocacy.

F 174: Hatcher, Roy (1945).

Estate inheritance.

F 175: Hathcoat, Susie Tucker (1946-1948).

Removal of restrictions.

F 176: Hawkins, Bill (1952).

Removal of restrictions.

F 177: Hawkins, Jim (1951).

Land taxes.

F 178: Hernandez, Lizzie (1947-1950).

Partition and sale of inherited land.

F 179: Herrod, Tarpie (1952).

Farm agent.

F 180: Hicks, Martha Johnson (1952).

Removal of restrictions.

F 181: Hilderbrand, Alex (1947).

Loans.

F 182: Hilderbrand, Maggie (1949).

Welfare and land ownership.

F 183: Hitcher, William (1946-1948, 1950-1951).

Removal of restrictions.

F 184: Hogner, Clem (1949).

Removal of restrictions; loan.

F 185: Homeratha, Curtis (1952).

Land sale.

F 186: Homma, Davis (1947-1948, 1950-1952).

Removal of restrictions.

F 187: Homma, Reuben (1951).

Removal of restrictions.

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