CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 1: Agriculture (1947) - Interior (1947).

F 1: Agriculture, Department of (1945-1947). Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Plant Industry, Soil and Agricultural Engineering.

Request from Henry G. Bennett, et al., to support an emergency appropriation to repair tornado damage to the Southern Great Plains Field Station at Woodward.

F 2: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1947).  Commodity Credit Corporation: Peanuts.

a. Correspondence re dispute over method for financing the peanut crop.

b. Form: CCC Peanut Form 417.  1946 Crop: "1946 Peanut Program.  Banker's Contract."

c. Form: CCC Peanut Form 417.  1946 Crop: "1946 Peanut Program Lending Agency Agreement."

F 3: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1947).  Commodity Credit Corporation: Peanuts.

a. Correspondence re transmittal and cross-references.

b. Booklet: Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City: "The Outlook for Peanut Production in Oklahoma," by T. Bruce Robb (November, 1946).  Thirty-one pages.

F 4: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Commodity Credit Corporation: Peanuts.

a. Correspondence re proposed quotas for 1948 crop.  Includes form memorandum from Stephen Pace (U. S.  Representative - Georgia).

F 5: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Commodity Exchanges.

H. Res. 404: "Creating a select committee to investigate transactions on commodity exchanges." (August H. Andresen - Minnesota).  Eightieth Congress; First Session (1947).  Committee on Rules.  Reported Print.

F 6: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Farm Credit Administration: Federal Land Bank.

CA request for literature on Land Bank System.

F 7: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1947).  Farmers Home Administration.

Requests for employment: Tomy R. Hargrave, Donna M. Walters, John B. Mcguire.

F 8: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1947). Farmers Home Administration. General.

a. Correspondence re reduction in personnel due to budget cuts.

b. Tables re case load of Durant, Oklahoma, Farmers Home Administration office (July 1, 1946 - May 31, 1947).

F 9: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1947). Farmers Home Administration.

Loan Requests: E. Z. Horton, E. G. McClain

F 10: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1948). Farmers Home Administration.

Property, boundary lines re Martin Thompson.

F 11: Agriculture, Department of (1947). Forest Service.

Employment request. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Representative Paul Harkey, Holister Sargent, and Paul D. Lockhart.

F 12: Agriculture, Department of (1947). Forest Service.

Over-time pay request: W.A. Bourassa.

F 13: Agriculture, Department of (1947). Production and Marketing Administration.

Correspondence re cut in funds for P.M.A.

F 14: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Production and Marketing Administration: Agricultural Conservation Program.

a. Correspondence re appropriation of funds for Atoka and LeFlore counties for 1948 and reports on work accomplished with previous year's appropriations.

b. Booklet: "Oklahoma Handbook.  1948 Agricultural Conservation Program" (November, 1947).  Nineteen pages.

c. Newspaper clipping re LeFlore County pasture tour and Heavener Experimental Station Field Day.

F 15: Agriculture, Department of (1947). Production and Marketing Administration: Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.

Cotton, Triple A program. Claim of W.A. Falk.

F 16: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Production and Marketing Administration: Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.

Correspondence re need for additional appropriations to pay crop insurance claims.  Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr.

F 17: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Peanuts.

a. Correspondence re acreage quotas (including charts), national and state allotments, and Southwestern Peanut Shellers Association.  Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture).

b. Printed Material: "Provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as Amended, Relating to Peanut Marketing Quotas" (August 5, 1947).  Mimeographed; total of twelve pages.

c. Statistical Information: Bureau of Agricultural Economics: "Peanuts (Picked and Threshed)" for Oklahoma by crop years, 1941-1948.

d. Release: Production and Marketing Administration: "Peanuts: Apportionment of National Acreage Allotment and Establishment of Farm Acreage Allotments for 1948 Crop" (August 20, 1947).

e. Graphs: Crop Reporting Board, Bureau of Agricultural Economics: "Peanuts -- Acres Alone, and Picked and Threshed, ..., 1929-1949."  Four graphs, one each for (1) United States, (2) Alabama, (3) Oklahoma, and (4) Texas. 

f. Graph: Crop Reporting Board, Bureau of Agricultural Economics: "Peanuts, Picked and Threshed -- Production and Yield Per Acre, 1929-1949." 

F 18: Agriculture, Department of (1946).  Rural Electrification Administration.  Cooperatives: Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative, Seminole, Oklahoma.

a. Correspondence re cooperatives and Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company.

b. Newspaper clipping re rural electric cooperatives in general.

F 19: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration.  Cooperatives: Choctaw Electric Cooperative, Hugo, Oklahoma.

Boundary dispute between Choctaw Cooperative and Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative (Mena, Arkansas); problems with financing.

F 20: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Cotton Electric Cooperative, Walters, Oklahoma.

Correspondence re support for removal of import duty on copper.

F 21: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: East Central Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Okmulgee, Oklahoma.

Resolution re Congress' support of R.E.A. and agriculture in general.

F 22: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Kiamichi Electric Cooperative, Wilburton, Oklahoma.

Correspondence re appropriations and loans, extension of lines, customer service (petition attached), R.E.A. funds and banks.

F 23: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Northwestern Electric Cooperative, Woodward, Oklahoma.

Resolution in support of purchase of the Choteau Power Plant for the Grand River Dam Authority.

F 24: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: People's Electric Cooperative.

Correspondence re line extension.

F 25: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Norman, Oklahoma.

Criticism of politics and cooperative's lack of progress on constituent's service.

F 26: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Red River Valley Rural Electric Association, Marietta, Oklahoma.

Correspondence re service request, difficulty in obtaining supplies.

F 27: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative, Mena, Arkansas.

Correspondence re loan.

F 28: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Southwestern Electric Cooperative, Durant, Oklahoma.

a. Correspondence re loans, allocation of funds, approval of funds, service request, cut in R.E.A. appropriations.

b. Booklet: "The Production Credit System" (May 31, 1947).  Sixteen pages.  Discusses work within the Farm Credit Administration.

c. List: Members of the Southwestern Electric Cooperative (July 31, 1947).  Twenty-four pages.

F 29: Agriculture, Department of (1947). Rural Electrification Administration. Employment.

Request for employment. Re: Victor L. Underwood.

F 30: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration.  General.

a. Correspondence re support for deficiency appropriation bill and R.E.A. in general.  Includes CA letter to Sam Rayburn thanking him for speech to R.E.A.  cooperatives.

b. House Concurrent Resolution No. 3: Oklahoma State Legislature: "Memorializing the Congress to Enact Legislation Appropriating Funds to continue the Rural Electrification Administration and Provide Funds for Loans to Rural Electric Cooperatives" (March 20, 1947).

c. Resolution: Oklahoma Statewide Association of R.E.A.  Cooperatives, re support for purchase of Choteau Power Plant for the Grand River Dam Authority (November 12, 1947).

d. List: "Customers of REA Cooperatives in Territory Served by OG&E Company in Oklahoma" (August, 1947).  One page.

F 31: Agriculture, Department of (1947). Rural Electrification Administration. General.

Request for house wiring specifications: R.N. Shaw.

F 32: Agriculture, Department of (1947). Rural Electrification Administration. General.

Individual requests for service: Edith A. Hinson, Martin J. Moline, C. A. Roberts.

F 33: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1947).  Rural Electrification Administration.  National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

a. Correspondence re purchase of the Ark-La line by Southwestern Power Administration.  Correspondents include Clyde T. Ellis.

b. Rural Electrification Magazine (December, 1947).  Includes mention of sale of Choteau Power Plant to Grand River Dam Authority.

c. Speech: Clyde T. Ellis (Executive Manager, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association): Address at Oklahoma Cooperative Annual Meetings (August, 1947).  Mimeographed; seventeen pages.

d. Newspaper clippings re feuding between Ellis and OG&E, et al.

F 34: Agriculture, Department of (1946-1947).  Rural Electrification Administration.  Reports.

a. Correspondence re transmittal. Statistical data attached re operating revenue.

b. Report: Monthly Statistical Bulletin No. 76 (June 30, 1947).

c. Booklet: "Report of the Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration, 1946."  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1946.  Forty pages.

d. Booklet: "Report of the Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration, 1947."  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1947.  Forty pages.

e. Speech: CA: "Rural Electrification Administration.  Extension of Remarks in the House (April 7, 1947).  Typescript; two pages.

F 35: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Rural Electrification Administration: Telephone Service.

Public Law: "Rural Electrification Act of 1936 with Amendments as Approved to July 30, 1947."  Note attached from Committee on Agriculture staff. Act involves rural telephone service. Typescript.

F 36: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Soil Conservation Service.

a. Correspondence re soil conservation (H. R. 4150) and national land policy (H. R. 4417) legislation and support for Agricultural Adjustment Administration program.

b. Announcement: Southeastern Oklahoma Development Association (S.O.D.A.): "Soil Conservation Contest, 1947-1948," for farmers in the seven conservation districts.

F 37: Agriculture, Department of (1947-1949).  Soil Conservation Service.  Marietta Federal Building.

Correspondence re repairs to Federal Building (Post Office) in Marietta.  Also involves Post Office Department and Public Buildings Administration.

F 38: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Soil Conservation Service.  Marietta work unit.

Correspondence re closing of unit.

F 39: Agriculture, Department of (1947).  Soil Conservation Service.  Soil Conservation Districts.

Correspondence re reduction of funds and redistribution of service units in CA's district.  Mentions Talihina, Valliant, and Red River Valley Soil Conservation Districts.

F 40: Civil Aeronautics Board (1947).

a. Correspondence re airmail subsidies.

b. Map: "Routes Applies for to Civil Aeronautics Board by Skytrain Airways, New Orleans, Louisiana" (undated).

c. Correspondence re Cessna plane crash at McAlester (Jan. 22, 1947) and possible structural defects.  Includes clipping about McAlester crash.

F 41: Civil Service Commission.  Cotton agents.

Request from the Oklahoma delegation (CA, Glen D. Johnson, Toby Morris, and Preston Peden) to replace some of the present agents for the collection of cotton statistics; response from Commission.

F 42: Civil Service Commission (1947).  General.

a. Correspondence re examination schedules.

b. Civil Service forms: "Application for Federal Employment" and "Veteran Preference Claim."

F 43: Civil Service Commission (1947-1948). General.

Includes announcements for examinations and requests for employment: Orville Ashmore, Forest L. Blassingame, Mr. Breeding, Dorothea Boyd, Clyde S. Haney, and Claude Murphy.

F 44: Civil Service Commission (1937, 1947-1948). General.

a. Booklet: "How Probational and Temporary Appointments are Made in the Federal Service."

b. Requests for examination; civil service ratings: Anna C. Gilliam, Gordon B. Shahan, Andrew C. McDonald, and Cleo F. Williams.

F 45: Civil Service Commission (1947). General.

Correspondence re retirement funds: Luther Taylor, Walter Bransford, Dorothea Boyd, Warrie Boyd, Lowell A. Murphy, Janet M. Schiavi.

F 46: Commerce, Department of (1947).  Bureau of the Census. 

a. Correspondence re cotton reporters; appropriations for census publications.

b. Release: Bureau of the Census: "Cotton Ginned in Oklahoma: Crops of 1946 and 1945" (March 20, 1947).  Gives number of bales for state and by county.

F 47: Commerce, Department of (1947).  Bureau of the Census.  General.

a. Correspondence re employment of a Republican in LeFlore County.

b. Newspaper clipping re Republican employee.

F 48: Commerce, Department of (1947).  Bureau of the Census.  General.

a. Correspondence re Hawkes Bill (S. 1497, Public Law 243) re reporting of animal fats and oil; exemption of Christian Science Societies' (Anchorage, Alaska) churches from giving to the Census Bureau the number of their members.  Correspondence includes carbon of letter to E. L. "Bob" Bartlett (Territorial Delegate - Alaska).

b. Release: Bureau of the Census: "Fats and Oils.  June, 1947" (August 6, 1947).  "Facts for Industry" series.

c. Report: Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce and Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Department of Agriculture: "Farm-Mortgage Debt in the United States: 1945.  Cooperative Report."  Fourteen pages.  Data given for years 1930, 1935, 1940, and 1945.

F 49: Commerce, Department of (1947).  Bureau of the Census. General.

a. Requests for employment: Tom Baskin, Eva Lois Ashmore, Clycee Bryan, H. A. Odell, A. C. Smith.

b. Requests for information: John I. Griffin, James W. Duncan, Thomas Matheson.

F 50: Commerce, Department of (1947). U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. General.

a. Carl Albert map request.

b. Request for employment: Alan N. Kilgore.

F 51: Commerce, Department of (1947).  Civil Aeronautics Administration. 

a. Correspondence re Cessna plane crash at McAlester, Oklahoma airport projects, and transmitting documents.  Correspondents include William J. Miller (U. S.  Representative - Connecticut).

b. Printed material: Air Coordinating Committee:  "A Statement of Certain Policies of the Executive Branch of the Government in the General Field of Aviation" (August 1, 1947).  Prepared for the President.  Mimeographed; total of twenty-one pages.

c. List: CAA Airport Projects in Oklahoma Authorized by the Federal Airport Act of 1946.  Seven pages.

F 52: Commerce, Department of (1947).  Civil Aeronautics Administration. 

a. Correspondence re requests for funds for McAlester and Hugo, Oklahoma, airports.

b. Public Law 79-377 (S. 2): "To provide Federal aid for the development of public airports" (1946).  [Federal Airport Act of 1946.]

c. List: "Air Ports in Third District" projects authorized by Federal Airport Act of 1946.

F 53: Commerce, Department of (1947).

a. Export control. General. Correspondence re export of trucks to Spain: M. O. Counts.

b. International trade. General. Correspondence re export of new cars: Frank J. Ritchie.

c. Patent Office. General. Requests for patent searches: J. R. Hargrove, J. T. Mitchell, Orville Wood.

d. Weather Bureau. Employment requests: Ernest Riesan, Charlie Lynn.

F 54: Emergency Management, Office of (1947).  Civilian Production Administration.

a. Correspondence transmitting article below and copy of letter from The Lutheran Research Society to President Harry S. Truman, protesting alleged discriminatory policies against fundamentalist ministers.

b. Article: Mathias W. Niewenhous (Director, Forest Products Division, C.P.A.): "The Forest Products Industries in 1947: Their Opportunities and Dangers."  Mimeographed; twenty-one pages.

F 55: Emergency Management, Office of (1947).  Fair Employment Practices Commission.

Correspondence re opposition to Commission and copy of letter to President Harry S. Truman from Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council (C.I.O.) opposing staff cuts for the Regional Race Relations Department.  Mimeographed copy of letter from Committee for the Preservation of Southern Traditions attacking integration provisions of Taft-Hartley legislation attached.

F 56: Emergency Management, Office of (1946-1947).  War Assets Administration.  Coal Mines.

Correspondence re operation of coal mines in Carbon, Pittsburg County.  Correspondents include Glen D. Johnson and J. G. Puterbaugh.  Includes carbon of letter from Toby Morris.

F 57: Emergency Management, Office of (1947).  War Assets Administration.  Grand River Dam Authority.

a. Correspondence supporting sale of the Choteau plant to the Grand River Dam Authority

b. Resolution: KAMO Electric Cooperative: "Requesting the War Assets Administration to Complete the Sale of the Steam Generating Plant of the Oklahoma Ordnance Works to the Grand River Dam Authority" (November 20, 1947).

F 58: Emergency Management, Office of (1946-1947).  War Assets Administration.  McAlester Prisoner-of-War Camp.

a. Correspondence re disposal of McAlester (Oklahoma) Prisoner-of-War camp to the city.  Correspondents include J. G. Puterbaugh.  Includes copy of letter to each of the following: Elmer Thomas, Stanley C. Draper, E. H. Moore, and Robert S. Kerr.  Also included are correspondence with Federal Works Agency (Public Buildings Administration).

b. "Bid on Prisoner of War Camp" (1946).  Typescript; twenty-seven pages.  Numerous pages of supporting documents also included.

F 59: Emergency Management, Office of (1947).  War Assets Administration.  Personnel.

a. Correspondence re protesting closing of regional WAA offices, including that at Tulsa; awards to employees; election congratulations to CA.  Correspondents include James H. Morrison (U. S. Representative - Louisiana).

b. Senate Resolution 14: Oklahoma State Legislature: "Requesting That the Regional Headquarters of the War Assets Administration in the City of Tulsa Not Be Moved from Said City" (April 16, 1947).

F 60: Emergency Management, Office of (1946-1947).  War Assets Administration.  Surplus Property.

a. Correspondence re requests for surplus property and supplies.

b. House Report 785: "Investigation of the Disposal of Surplus Property.  Second Intermediate Report of the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments."  Eightieth Congress; First Session (1947).

c. Press Release: War Assets Administration, re sale of temporary structures to assist Veterans Housing Program (January 22, 1947).

d. Press Release: War Assets Administration, re efforts to effect "rapid and efficient liquidation of the surplus property program" (April 24, 1947).

e. Press Release: War Assets Administration, re disposal of surplus machine tools (May 6, 1947).

f. Regulation 14: War Assets Administration: "Disposal to Nonprofit Institutions and Discounts for Educational or Public Health Institutions or Instrumentalities" (October 1, 1946).

F 61: Emergency Management, Office of (1947). War Assets Administration.

Purchase requests for surplus property and supplies.

F 62: Emergency Management, Office of (1947).  War Assets Administration.  Tornado Relief.

Correspondence re assistance of WAA for tornado victims in Woodward and Leedy, Oklahoma.

F 63: Federal Communications Commission (1946-1947).  General.

a. Correspondence re-allotment of pre-war amateur radio frequencies; notes on Commission dockets; permission to establish FM station antenna on top of Mount Scott; dividends paid by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in 1944, 1945, and 1946; and Choctaw County Sheriff's Department frequency problems.  Correspondents include Wilson Wallace (Oklahoma State Representative).

b. Release: Federal Communications Commission: "Commission Reassures Amateurs Regarding Frequencies" (March 20, 1947).

F 64: Federal Power Commission (1947).  General.

Form announcements of printing of new reports and their costs.

F 65: Federal Reserve Board (1947).  General.

Letter re Credit Regulation "W."

F 66: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Children's Bureau.

a. CA request for copies of publication "Your Child From One to Six."

b. General requests.

F 67: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Civilian Conservation Corps, Liquidation Unit.

F 68: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Education, Office of.

Request for federal money to replace school building in Bokchito.

F 69: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Employees Compensation, Bureau of.

Correspondence re injuries, claim cases.

F 70: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Employees Compensation, Bureau of.

a. List of printed forms required by the Bureau of Employees' Compensation.

b. Publications: Federal Register (October 8, 1946) -- Title 20: "Employee Benefits" Chapter IV--Employees' Compensation Appeals Board, Federal Security Agency--re: rules of procedure.

c. Booklet: U. S. Employees' Compensation Commission -- "Regulations Governing the Administration of the United States Employees' Compensation Act of September 7, 1916, as Amended, Relating to Civil Employees of the United States, and as Extended to Emergency Relief Employees and Others." GPO: 1939 Seventy-Eight pages.

F 71: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Food and Drug Administration.

Bean growers: re difficulty in selling crop because of F.D.A. restrictions on bean size. Correspondence includes Charles F. Brannan, Asst. Secretary of Agriculture.

F 72: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Food and Drug Administration.

a. Correspondence re civil service employment procedures: P. B. Dunbar.

b. Requests for legislation and employment: Virgil W. West, Arthur Reed, Rosemary Hooser, and O. D. Barnes.

F 73: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Food and Drug Administration. Regulations:

a. Extract: Federal Register: "Alimentary Pastes; Definitions and Standards of Identity, Macaroni and Noodle Products" (Dec. 23, 1944); (July 6 and 9, 1946)

b. Extract: Federal Register: "Cacao Products, Definitions and Standards of Identity" (Dec. 6, 1944)

c. Extract: Federal Register: "Canned Vegetables Other Than Those Specifically Regulated; Definitions and Standards of Identity, Canned Asparagus" (May 26, 1945)

d. Federal Register: "Canned Vegetables: Definitions and Standards of Identity; Quality; and Fill of Container, Canned Green Beans and Canned Wax Beans" (Dec. 19, 1947)

e. Extract: Federal Register: "Canned Vegetables: Definitions and Standards of Identity; Quality; and Fill of Container, Canned Peas" (Feb. 11, 1947)

f. Extract: Federal Register: "Cereal Flours and Related Products; Definitions and Standards of Identity, Corn Flour and Related Products" (May 13, 1947)

g. Extract: Federal Register: "Shellfish: Definitions and Standards and Standards of Identity; Quality; and Fill of Container. Standards of Fill of Container for Canned Oysters" (Nov. 25, 1944; Aug. 27, 1946)

h. Extract: Federal Register: "Tomato Products; Definitions and Standards of Identity; Quality and Fill of Container. Canned Tomatoes" (June 14, 1947)

F 74: Federal Security Agency (1946).  Food and Drug Administration. Publications.

a. Booklet: "Definitions and Standards for Food." F.D.A.: Service and Regulatory Announcements. Food, Drug and Cosmetic No. 2 (Nov. 1946 reprint of July 1944 issue) Fifty pages.

b. Booklet: "Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and General Regulations for Its Enforcement." F.D.A.:Service and Regulatory Announcements. Food, Drug and Cosmetic No. 1, Revision 2 (July 1946 revision of Aug. 1939 issue) Fifty eight pages.

c. Booklet: "Regulations for the Enforcement of the Federal Food and Drug Act." F.D.A.: Service and Regulatory Announcements. Food and Drug No. 1 (November 1930) Twenty pages.

F 75: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Public Health Service.  General.

Requests for literature and employment.

F 76: Federal Security Agency (1947).  Public Health Service.  General.

Correspondence re availability of hospital appropriations; potential patronage.

F 77: Federal Works Agency (1947).  Community Facilities, Bureau of.

Correspondence re Advanced Planning Program and various Oklahoma grants, including Atoka Golf Course, et al. Includes lists of public works and memorandum explaining why W.P.A. involved in program.

F 78: Federal Works Agency (1946).  Community Facilities, Bureau of.  Publications.

a. "Advanced Planning for Non-Federal Public Works.  Information for Applicants" (Jan. 1946)

b. "Advanced Planning Regulations" (Jan. 1, 1946)

c. "Regulations for Veterans' Educational Facilities" (Aug. 12, 1946)

d. "Veterans' Educational Facilities.  Information for Applicants" (Dec. 1947)

F 79: Federal Works Agency (1947).  Public Roads Administration.  General.

Correspondence re appropriations for Office of Public Roads, (1916-1921); rerouting of U. S. Highway 99 in Lake Texoma area, federal highway appropriations, and local projects. Includes correspondence from Thomas H. McDonald, Commissioner of Public Roads.

F 80: Federal Works Agency (1947).  Public Buildings Administration.

Correspondence re McAlester POW camp and various purchasers for parts of camp.

F 81: Federal Works Agency (1947).  Government Reports, Office of.  General.

CA request for literature.

F 82: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Coal and Asphalt Lands.

Proposed sale of the Choctaw-Chickasaw coal and asphalt lands.

F 83: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Announcement of hearings; Public Law 336 re restrictions on Tribes; removal of the U. S. Probate Attorney from out of Ardmore; Estate and Determination of Heirship of Dave Colbert, Choctaw Roll 8750, deceased, copy of Journal Entry of Judgment attached; railroad right-of- way, and general.

F 84: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Funding.

Correspondence re reduction in appropriations by Congress.

F 85: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  General.

Requests for information.  Includes letter to CA from Oklahoma State Representative R. Rhys Evans.

F 86: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Goodland Indian Orphanage.

Correspondence re publicity for the orphanage by CA.

F 87: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Indian Field Officers.

Correspondence re Indian field officers.

F 88: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Intoxicants.

Correspondence re federal regulation of intoxicants.

F 89: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Jones Academy.

Concern in closing of Academy; cuts in Indian financing of schools in general; refund of salary deductions.

F 90: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Mississippi Choctaw Indians.

Request from attorney for fee in removal and rehabilitation of.

F 91: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Navajo Indians.

Concerns for welfare of.  Newspaper clipping attached.

F 92: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Resolutions.

Kiowa, Comanche and Apache Tribal Business Committee resolutions re opposition to land sale and allocation of funds to operate the Kiowa Indian Hospital.

F 93: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Talihina Hospital.

Reduction in appropriations and effect it would have on patient capacity; includes regulations on "White Wife of an Indian Eligible" and "Indian Wife and Children of White Husband Not Eligible under Certain Conditions" and newspaper article, "Care of Persons not Entitled to Services."  Also contains CA statement before the Deficiency Sub-committee.

F 94: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Choctaw.

Choctaw Chief System to elect upon retirement of Chief William Durant.

F 95: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Choctaw-Chickasaw.

Land patent to T. R. Hamilton, of Krebs, Oklahoma.

F 96: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Choctaw-Chickasaw.

Correspondence re difficulty in sale of land to Charles H. Fisher.

F 97: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Coal/Asphalt/Oil.

Sale of Choctaw-Chickasaw land.

F 98: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Coal/Asphalt/Oil.

Sale of Choctaw-Chickasaw land.

F 99: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Coal/Asphalt/Oil.

Sale of Choctaw-Chickasaw land.  Includes printed material, "Negotiation for the Sale of the Choctaw-Chickasaw Coal and Asphalt Lands" by J. H. Belvin.

F 100: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Coal/Asphalt/Oil.

Sale of Choctaw-Chickasaw land.

F 101: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Coal/Asphalt/Oil.

Sale of Choctaw-Chickasaw land.

F 102: Interior, Department of the (1947).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Tribal Government.  Coal/Asphalt/Oil.

Sale of Choctaw-Chickasaw Land; failure of voters to receive ballots.

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