VICTOR E. WICKERSHAM COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 10

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Box 10: Public Works: Wichita Wildlife Refuge - Veterans Administration: Case Files.

F 1: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, A-Ch (1954-1956).

F 2: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, Cl-E (1955-1956).

F 3: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, F-Har (1955-1956).

F 4: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, Ham-J (1952-1956).

F 5: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, K-Li (1954-1955).

F 6: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, Lo-O (1952-1956).

F 7: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, P-R (1955-1956).

F 8: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, S-T (1952-1956). 

F 9: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, U-Wi (1952-1956).

F 10: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Correspondence, Wo-Y (1953-1956). 

F 11: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: V. Wickersham Office Material (1955). 

F 12-13: Wichita Wildlife Refuge: Data (1955-1956).

F 14: Mayfield, Ralph D. With Respect to His Trial by Japanese Authorities (1955-1956).

Bidding/ Property Sales

F 15: Bids (1956). 

Plumbing, air conditioning, electrical, electronic, architect,and engineering contracts.

F 16: Air Force: Altus (1956). 

On-base housing; barber concession.

F 17: Air Force: Clinton-Sherman (1956). 

Barber shop and laundry concessions; school architectural contract.

F 18: Air Force: Louisiana (1956). 

Maintenance contract.

F 19: Army: Colorado (1956). 

Project ENG. 25-066-56-45.

F 20: Army: Corps of Engineers (1956). 

Building construction.

F 21: Army: Fort Sill, Chapel Furniture (1956). 

F 22: Army: Fort Sill, Milk Contract (1956). 

F 23: Army: Fort Sill, Refuse Collection (1956).

F 24: Army: Louisiana (1955). 

Photo shop concession.

F 25: Army: Pennsylvania (1956). 

Hauling of cinders.

F 26: Navy: Electronics (1956). 

F 27: FDIC Depositories (1956). 

Branch bank at the Clinton-Sherman Air Force.

F 28: Surplus Property: Notices of Sales (1956). 

Jobs

F 29: Johnson, Jed, Jr. (1956). 

Regarding service as a page at the National Democratic Convention in Chicago.

F 30: Lee, Josh (1955). 

Reappointment to the C.A.B.

F 31: Wickersham, Jeff (1955). 

Desires assistance in obtaining a job.

Series 5: Post Office, 1953-1956

F 32: Aledo (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: formal protest against the discontinuance of the post office.

F 33: Alfalfa (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: protesting the proposed closing of the post office.

F 34-36: Altus (1954-1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: the post office building, especially the size of the site, air conditioning equipment, interior painting, and refinishing of the floors; request for an extension of city delivery service; opening the job carrying mail to and from trains; urging the establishment of a highway post office route to replace train service; interim truck service; extension of rural route 2.

F 37: Amber (1956). 

Correspondence. Topics include: protesting the consolidation of route 1 and 2.

F 38: Arnett (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: renewal of contract for service on star route no. 53150, Arnett to Peek, Oklahoma; rearrangement of rural and star route service at Peek.

F 39: Beaver (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: issuance of a commemorative stamp to honor Mary, the Mother of Christ.

F 40: Brinkman (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: extension of rural route 1.

F 41: Camargo (1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: protesting the proposed discontinuance of service on star route no. 53171, Taloga to Camargo.

F 42: Carter (1955-1956). 

Correspondence. Topics include: opposition to any change in the rural service at Carter.

F 43: Catesby (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: opposition to the discontinuance of the post office.

F 44: Cheyenne (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: extension of rural route no. 3. Cheyenne, to serve families residing between the Cheyenne and Reydon Post Offices; request for improved mail service at the offices of Cheyenne and Reydon, Oklahoma.

F 45: Clinton (1955-1956). 

Correspondence. Topics include: having the Post Office Department purchase unimproved real estate immediately to the south of the government-owned post office building in Clinton, Oklahoma, for new post office facilities.

F 46: Clinton (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: request that further consideration be given to the petition signed by Ed Wagner and others for an extension of rural route 3 from Clinton, Oklahoma, upon which favorable action has been declined.

F 47: Cogar (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: discontinuance of post office.

F 48-50: Chickasha (1954-1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: reported discontinuance of mail service on the Frisco Railroad between Oklahoma City and Lawton; protest of the substitution of truck service for railroad service in transporting the mail between Oklahoma City and Lawton; complaints; issuance of a commemorative stamp on Mother's Day honoring Mary, the Mother of Christ.

F 51: Cold Springs (1956).

Correspondence. Topics include: interest in retaining the post office; postmaster position.

F 52: Colony (1956). 

Correspondence. Topics include: star route and concern about changes in the postal service.

F 53: Cordell (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: a commemorative stamp to honor Mary, the Mother of Christ.

F 54: Custer (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: protesting rearrangement of the rural service at Custer, Oklahoma.

F 55: Durham (1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: protest against the discontinuance of the Durham mail route.

F 56: Duncan (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: rental of space by the post office to the Red Cross.

F 57: Duncan (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: consideration of Duncan as a point to be included in the experimental carriage of first class mail.

F 58: Eagle City (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: objection to the proposed discontinuance of the post office.

F 59: Elgin (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: protest of the revision of the rural service at Elgin.

F 60: Elgin (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: inquiry into Saturday service and the receipt and dispatch of mail on Sundays.

F 61: Fargo (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: change in one of the rural routes at Gage.

F 62: Fay (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: possible discontinuance of the post office at Eagle City and the rural route emanating therefrom.

F 63: Fay (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: need for road improvements and more satisfactory mail service; concern over the possibility of losing the rural route because the roads are bad; and complaint of unsatisfactory service.

F 64: Forgan (1954-1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: request for an extension of rural route 1 from the Forgan office to serve some families who are now being served on rural route 1 from Liberal, Kansas.

F 65-68: Frederick (1953-1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: obtaining land for post office now owned by the Tipton, Oklahoma; support for salary bill, H.R. 2585-S. 1750; a petition for a rural mail route; and possibility of phasing out star route.

F 69: Gage (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: protesting the discontinuance of service to rural route 3.

F 70-71: Geary (1954-1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: acceptance in the mails at third-class rates of advertising matter addressed in a simplified manner; extension of rural route 1.

F 72: Gotebo (1954-1955). 

Correspondence.  Topics include: request that rural route 1 from Gotebo be arranged for the benefit of Pete and Henry Weigandt.

F 73: Grady (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: request that no action be taken to discontinue the Grady Post Office.

F 74: Hinton (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: matter of leasing quarters for the post office.

F 75-76: Hobart (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: protest of a change which was authorized in a rural route from Hobart, Oklahoma, effective July 16, 1954; request for two mail deliveries a day.

F 77: Humphreys (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: replacement service for MKT passenger trains that have been withdrawn.

F 78: Indiahoma (1953-1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: request that no consolidation of rural routes be made in the 6th congressional district; protest of any change in the rural delivery service; plan to consolidate routes 1 and 2.

F 79: Kingfisher (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: suggestion that a stamp be issued commemorating the Jesse Chisholm Trail and the Pat Hennessey massacre when Oklahoma celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

F 80: Knowles (1956). 

Correspondence. Topics include: the approximately 20 families that could have rural service if route 1 were extended 27 miles.

F 81-83: Lawton (1953-1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: interest in an extension of rural route 1 to provide improved mail facilities; rumored discontinuance of train service and substitution of truck service for mail between Oklahoma City and Lawton; erection of a new federal building.

F 84: Lenora (1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: petition of the patrons of Lenora protesting the proposed discontinuance of that office.

F 85: Loveland (1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: proposed consolidation of rural route.

F 86: McQueen (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: orders being issued to discontinue the post office.

F 87: Mayfield (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: possibility of discontinuing the post office.

F 88: Mountain Park (1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: request for an extension of rural route 2.

F 89: Mountain View (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: possibility of securing a new post office building for Mountain View.

F 90: Ninnekah (1953-1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: protesting the rearrangement of the rural service at Ninnekah.

F 91: Norge (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: discontinuance of post office.

F 92: Oscar (1956). 

Correspondence. Topics include: discontinuance of post office.

F 93: Peek (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: proposed discontinuance of the post office at Peek and the transfer of the rural route to Arnett.

F 94: Randlett (1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: desire to ascertain what the Republican administration plans to do with all Democratic postmasters.

F 95: Rhea (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: protest of the discontinuance of the post office.

F 96: Russell (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: the possible discontinuance of the post office.

F 97: Saddle Mountain (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: discontinuance of post office.

F 98: Sentinel (1953-1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: loss of mail route.

F 99: Shattuck (1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: suggestion that consideration be given to the erection of a federal building.

F 100: Strong City (1954-1955). 

Correspondence. Topics include: proposed changes in the rural and star route service from Strong City and Cheyenne.

F 101: Sugden (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: discontinuance of post office.

F 102: Taloga (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: protest of the proposed discontinuance of star route 53171, Taloga to Camargo.

F 103: Texhoma (1955-1956).

Correspondence. Topics include: request for an extension of route 1.

F 104: Thomas (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: issuance of a special stamp to honor Mary, the Mother of Christ.

F 105: Tipton (1954). 

Correspondence. Topics include: urge establishment of a highway post office route to replace train service being discontinued by the M.K. & T. Railroad Company.

F 106: Vici (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: extension of rural route 2.

F 107: Weatherford (1954).

Correspondence. Topics include: Bill H. R. 9120 introduced to authorize the Postmaster General to provide postmarking dies for use in first and second-class post offices bearing the words "Pray For Peace."

F 108: Webb (1955).

Correspondence. Topics include: investigations in Dewey County disclosed that the post office at Lenora and Webb may be discontinued.

F 109: Lists.

F 110: Out-Of-District - Postal Related Correspondence.

F 111-115: Veterans Administration: Constituent Case Files (1954-1956).

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Victor E. Wickersham Collection Description


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