20. Letter from a U. S. Indian Service Agent to G. W. Grayson re: whom to recognize as Principal Chief of the Creeks, December 11, 1883.
21. Letter from D. M. Browning to the Dawes Commission re: the indebtedness of the Creek Nation, November 8, 1895.
22. Letter from Inspector Wright to G. W. Grayson re: self-emigrant claims, May 7, 1907.
23. Letter from Acting U. S. Attorney General C. H. Robb to G. W. Grayson answering a request for information re: payments of witness fees, September 1, 1906.
24. Two letters from Samuel Checote to G. W. Grayson and L. C. Perryman, appointing them as Creek delegates and instructing them in their duties, December 20, 1882; February 26, 1883.
25. Letter from Chief Perryman to G. W. Grayson, enclosing copies of Acts of the National Council, January 22, 1894.
26. Commission by Samuel Checote, Principal Chief, of G. W. Grayson as a delegate to the International Council for a period of four years, December 5, 1879.
27. Commission by Isparhecher, Principal chief, of G. W. Grayson as a delegate to Washington, DC, March 27, 1897.
28. Appointment by Isparhecher, Principal Chief, of Wiley Sukey as a member of the House of Warriors, August 4, 1897.
29. Commission by Isparhecher, Principal Chief, of G. W. Grayson as a delegate to Washington, DC, November 7, 1906.
30. Commission by Isparhecher, Principal Chief, of G. W. Grayson as a delegate to the International Council to be held in Okmulgee, M.N., July 7, 1896, June 18, 1896. Of special interest on this document is a penciled note across the bottom and up the side--"come loaded for Bar, Bull Elk, and all other kinds of varmints."
31. Penciled announcement of Wiley Sukey, Town King of Coweta, that Washington Grayson had been elected to the House of Warriors, September 20, 1897. G. W. Grayson wrote a commentary on the back of the announcement.
32. A printed handbill of the Department of the Interior, Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, announcing the closing of the Citizenship Rolls of the Creek or Muskogee Nation as of September 1, 1904, June 25, 1904.
33. A typed translation into Creek of the handbill in Folder 32, re: the closing of the Citizenship Rolls. Alex Posey wrote a comment (in English) about the closing of the Rolls to G. W. Grayson. (Alex Posey is most famous for writing the "Fus Fixico letters"), June 28, 1904.