CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
POST OFFICE SERIES
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Box 6

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Box 6: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Pooleville, Prague, Quinton - Albert, Post Office, Out of District Cities and Towns, Broken Arrow, Camargo, Chattanooga, Collinsville, Corn, Eufaula, Kingfisher, Lima, Midwest City, Moore, Pawhuska, Peckham, Randlett, Tonkawa, Watts, Fort Smith, Arkansas

F 1: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Pooleville, Prague, Quinton 1960-62, 1969, 1974, 1976
Pooleville – possible post office closing; Prague – city delivery service and postal operations; and Quinton – post office building, post office dedication, postal operations, and rural route changes.

F 2: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ratliff City 1952-53, 1955, 1963, 1965-66, 1976
Ratliff City – establishing a post office, postmaster appointment, post office building, post office dedication, and possible post office closing.

F 3: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Rattan, Ravia, Redden 1950-51, 1954-55, 1957
Rattan – post office fire and star route changes; Ravia – rural route changes; and Redden – post office closing.

F 4: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Red Oak 1950, 1957, 1964-67, 1969-1970
Red Oak – postal equipment, post office building, and rural route changes.

F 5: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Reed, Ringling, Ringold 1967-69, 1976
Reed – possible post office closing; Ringling – post office building and post office dedication; and Ringold – relocation of post office and its effect on star and rural routes.

F 6: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Rock Island, Rough Edge, Rubottom, Rufe 1947-49, 1951, 1954, 1963, 1968
Rock Island – transportation of mail, star route changes, and possible rural station closing; Rough Edge – possible establishment of post office and star route changes; Rubottom – star route changes; and Rufe – star route changes and possible post office closing.

F 7: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Sardis, Savanna, Sawyer, Scullin, Shady Point, Shay 1954-55, 1957, 1962, 1964, 1967-68, 1972
Sardis – star route changes and Clayton Reservoir effects on post office; Savanna – possible new post office building; Sawyer – Capitol flag; Scullin – possible post office closing; Shady Point – rural route changes, post office building, post office dedication, and official name change from Shady Point to Shadypoint; and Shay – post office closing.

F 8: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Shinewell, Simpson, Smithville 1948, 1955, 1959, 1968
Shinewell – post office closing; Simpson – post office closing and its effect on star and rural routes and carriers; and Smithville – history of post office and star route changes.  Correspondents include Raymond Gary.

F 9: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Sobol, Soper, Speer 1948, 1954, 1957-1960, 1964-65, 1971
Sobol – star route changes and possible post office closing; Soper – star route changes and post office facility lease agreement; and Speer – patron desire to change town name to Cooksville and possible then eventual post office closing, and rural route changes.  Correspondents include Star Route Mail Carriers’ Association, Oklahoma Division.

F 10: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Spiro 1947, 1954-55, 1958-59, 1964-1970, 1972
Spiro – rural route changes, 1959 post office building, post office dedication, postmaster investigation, city delivery service, 1969 post office building, and post office dedication.

F 11: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Springer, Stanley, Stigler, Stilwell, Stratford, Stuart 1947, 1965, 1967-68, 1973, 1976
Springer – reclassification from 3rd to 4th class post office; Stanley – postmaster appointment, post office closing, and star route changes; Stigler – conversion of star route to rural route; Stilwell – postal operations; Stratford – city delivery service; and Stuart – post office improvements.

F 12: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Summerfield, Sunkist 1953, 1962, 1964, 1967-68
Summerfield – postmaster history, conversion to rural station, postal operations, and requests to be reestablished as a 4th class post office and Sunkist – post office closing due to postmaster resignation.

F 13: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Sulphur 1956, 1961, 1963, 1976
Sulphur – rural route changes, Big Canyon consolidated into Sulphur and served by rural route, post office building improvements, and Sunday neighborhood mail service discontinued.

F 14: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Tahona, Talihina 1947-1951, 1953, 1957, 1960, 1967-68
Tahona – post office closing due to postmaster resignation and Talihina – post office lease, rural route changes, postal operations, 1957 post office building, post office dedication, 1969 post office building, and parking facilities.

F 15: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Temple, Terral 1968, 1970, 1973
Temple – post office building and city delivery service and Terral – postal banking policy.  Correspondents include Thaddeus J. Dulski.

F 16: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Thackerville, Ti 1954, 1961, 1972
Thackerville – possible post office closing, post office facilities, and rural route changes and Ti – star route changes.

F 17: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Tishomingo 1952-55, 1957-59, 1965-66
Tishomingo- rural route changes, post office facilities, possible Lake Texoma location, and post office dedication.

F 18: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Tom, Troy, Tupelo, Tushka, Tussy 1954-55, 1968, 1972, 1976
Tom – designated as a rural station of Haworth; Troy – possible post office closing; Tupelo – post office dedication; Tushka – possible post office closing; and Tussy – possible post office closing.

F 19: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ulan, Utica 1953-54, 1975
Ulan – possible post office closing and Utica – star route changes and possible post office closing.  Correspondents include A.S. Mike Monroney.

F 20: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Valliant 1949-1950, 1952-53, 1959, 1965-66, 1970, 1974-75
Valliant – postal facilities and operations, star route changes, rural route changes, and post office building and ownership.

F 21: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wade, Wapanucka, Wardville, Waurika, Wesley 1947-48, 1955, 1965, 1967, 1971, 1973-74
Wade – postmaster appointment and possible post office closing; Wapanucka – rural route changes; Wardville – rural route changes and possible post office closing; Waurika – postal operations; and Wesley – post office closing.

F 22: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wewoka, Whitesboro, Williams, Willis, Wirt 1947, 1949, 1954, 1961, 1965-66, 1971-73, 1976
Wewoka – post office facilities; Whitesboro – possible post office closing; Williams – transportation of mail and possible new route services; Willis – transportation of mail; and Wirt – postal operations and post office closing.

F 23: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wilburton 1947-1950, 1952, 1956-57, 1960, 1962
Wilburton – postmaster investigation, city delivery service, college sub-station, possible conversion of star route to rural route, and post office/federal building.  Correspondents include United States Civil Service Commission, E.T. Dunlap president Eastern Oklahoma A&M College, Lloyd E. Church, Robert S. Kerr, Edward Gudeman, General Service Administration, and George Nigh, Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma.

F 24: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wilburton 1963
Wilburton – post office/federal building, star route changes, and possibility of a fall-out shelter in the new building.  Correspondents include Lloyd E. Church, A.S. Mike Monroney, General Service Administration, and Stewart L. Milton, Assistant Secretary of Defense.

F 25: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wilburton 1964-68, 1970-71, 1973
Wilburton – post office/federal building, post office dedication, Natural Beauty program “Citation of Merit,” rural route changes, star route changes, conversion of star route to rural route, and city delivery service.

F 26: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wilson 1958, 1960-62
Wilson – postal facilities, post office building, rural route change, and post office dedication.  Correspondents include J.D. Lewis.

F 27: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wilson 1964- June 1965
Wilson – rural route changes, city delivery service, parcel post delivery service, postal operations, and postal inspection.  Correspondents include J.D. Lewis.

F 28: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wilson July – December 1965
Wilson – post office and postmaster inspection, rural route and route carrier inspection, former postmaster killed by rural carrier, and Post Office Department inspection of events.  Correspondents include J.D. Lewis and H.B. Montague, Postal Inspector.

F 29: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wilson 1966-67
Wilson – rural carrier found innocent on charges, possibility of pension for rural carrier, Natural Beauty program “Citation of Merit,” and rural route changes.

F 30: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Wister 1958-59, 1963, 1966, 1971, 1973-75
Wister – post office building, rural route changes, city delivery service, possible reclassification to 2nd class post office, and post office lease.

F 31: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Woodford, Wright City, Wynnewood 1959, 1964-65, 1968-1970, 1972
Woodford – possible post office closing; Wright City – post office building, post office dedication, star route changes, and postal operations; and Wynnewood – post office building deferred.

F 32: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Yarnaby, Yuba, Zafra, Zoe 1949, 1954, 1956-57, 1971-72, 1974
Yarnaby – post office closing; Yuba – possible post office closing; Zafra – possible establishment of post office; and Zoe – possible post office.

F 33: Albert, Post Office, Out of District Cities and Towns, Broken Arrow, Camargo, Chattanooga, Collinsville, Corn, Eufaula, Kingfisher, Lima, Midwest City, Moore, Pawhuska, Peckham, Randlett, Tonkawa, Watts, Fort Smith, Arkansas 1951, 1957, 1961-63, 1966-67, 1970-71, 1973, 1975-76
Broken Arrow – door delivery service; Camargo – rural route service and postal operations; Chattanooga – rural route changes; Collinsville – possible new post office building; Corn – rural route changes; Eufaula – rural route changes; Kingfisher – protest against new post office building; Lima – post office closing; Midwest City – possible change from branch of Oklahoma City to independent post office; Moore – new post office building deferred and possible change from independent post office to branch of Oklahoma City; Pawhuska – postal operations and service; Peckham – possible post office closing; Randlett – rural route changes; Tonkawa – postal facilities; Watts – postal facilities; and Fort Smith, Arkansas – rural route changes


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