GEORGE H. WILSON COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 25

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F 1: Television and Radio Matters, 1950.

Correspondents include the United States Federal Communications Commission.

F 2: Television and Radio Matters, 1949-1950.

Topics include color television, radio, radio frequency, and the Communications Act of 1934. Correspondents include Edwin C. Johnson and the United States Federal Communications Commission.

F 3: Television and Radio Matters, 1950.

Topics include color television and sports attendance.

F 4: Trade Policies, 1948-1949.

Topics include pricing policies. Correspondents include William E. Simon and the United States Federal Trade Commission.

F 5: Transportation, Air and Marine, 1949-1950.

Topics include the air transportation industry, Air Safety Board, National Airport Plan, Civil Aeronautics Act Amendments, Merchant Marine Act of 1936, and the Air Commerce Act of 1926.

F 6: Transportation, Air and Marine, 1949-1950.

Topics include airports and the National Airport Plan. Correspondents include United States Civil Aeronautics Administration, United States Congress House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, and the United States Congress Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

F 7: Transportation, Air and Marine, 1949-1950.

Topics include aeronautics and commercial freight.

Series 3: Post Office, 1949-1951

F 8: Post Office and Oklahoma Federal Buildings, 1949.

Topics include postal service buildings.

F 9: Balko, 1945, 1950. Rural Route Changes.

Correspondents include Ross Rizley.

F 10: Beaver, 1949-1950. Post Office Building and Equipment.

F 11: Buffalo, 1949. New Post Office Building.

F 12: Carmen, 1950. Rural Route Changes.

F 13: Cedardale, 1950-1951. Post Office Closing.

F 14: Cherokee, 1949. Mail Complaints.

Correspondents include Lyle Hague.

F 15: Cherokee, 1950. Post Office.

F 16: Dombey, 1949-1950. Rural Route Change; Postmaster.

F 17: Fairview, 1949-1950. Post Office.

F 18: Guymon, 1949-1950. Proposed Route consolidation.

F 19: Hillsdale, 1949. Rural Route Changes.

F 20: Kildare, 1950. Rural Route Change.

F 21: Kiowa, Kansas, 1949. Rural Route Change.

F 22: Kremlin, 1950. Rural Route Change.

F 23: Lamont, 1949-1950. Rural Route Changes.

F 24: Marland, 1949-1950. Rural Route.

F 25: Medford, 1949. Post Office Building.

F 26: Newkirk, 1949-1950. Post Office.

Correspondents include Elmer Thomas and Robert S. Kerr.

F 27: Ponca City, 1949-1951. Post Office Building.

F 28: Red Rock, 1949. Rural Route Change and Possible Postmaster.

F 29: Tonkawa, 1949. Post Office Building and Clerk.

F 30: Waynoka, 1949. Post Office Building.

Series 4: Miscellaneous, 1943-1950

F 31: Letters of Recommendation, 1949. L. Z. Lasley.

F 32: Recommendations and Condolences (1949).

Topics include Henry Garland Bennett, W.S. Key and Lew Wentz. Correspondents include Gordon Canfield, Tom B. Fugate, John A. McGuire, Sam Rayburn, Ross Rizley and William G. Stigler.

F 33: Office Correspondence -- To and From the District, 1949-1950.

F 34: List File, 1950.

F 35: List File, 1950.

F 36: List File, 1950.

F 37: Telephone Contacts, 1949-1950.

F 38: Newspaper List, 1949-1950.

F 39: Memorandum File, 1949-1950.

F 40: Desk Calendar, 1950.

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George H. Wilson Collection Box List
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