25. Letter from the Creek delegation to H. Price, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, claiming a balance of $1482.00 owed to the Creek Nation, March 22, 1884.
26. Message of Chief Isparhecher to an extraordinary session of the National Council re: the allotment of land, August 24, 1897. Also, a resolution approving a joint committee of four members each from the House of Kings and the House of Warriors, to take the Chief's message "and separate the same according to the several recommendations therein made," and report their findings back to the National Council, n.d..
27. An Act re: printed laws vetoed by Principal Chief Samuel Checote, November 24, 1883.
28. Letter from G. W. Grayson to the Principal Chief re: appointments for the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 14, 1884.
29. Letter from H. Price, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to G. W. Grayson and D. M. Dodge, Creek delegates, re: appointment of Creek Treasurer, April 1, 1884.
30. Letter from John Q. Tufts, U. S. Indian Agent, to H. Price, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, re: the appointment of a Creek Treasurer, January 23, 1884.
31. Letter from J. M. Perryman, Principal Chief, to G. W. Grayson, Ward Coachman, Coweta Micco and Legus C. Perryman, authorizing them as the Creek delegation to Washington, DC, December 1, 1885.
Flap Folder VIII
1. Authorization for delegates and alternates to the Indian Territory Constitutional Convention at Muskogee, August 21, 1905.
2. Notice of temporary withdrawal of Creek tribal lands from allotment, authorized by President Woodrow Wilson, March 11, 1915.
3. Statement of the expenses incurred by the office of the Principal Chief of the Creek Nation, September 3, 1915.
4. Letter from Wesley Smith to G. W. Grayson, appointing Grayson a delegate to the Muskogee and Seminole Baptist Association, May 1, 1888.
5. Statement of incidental expenses of the Creek delegation, no names, no date.
6. Letters and warrants from tribal attorneys, 1905-1918.
7. Letters to Moty Tiger, Principal Chief, from the Office of Indian Affairs, 1915.