c. Britt Willis memoirs of his days in Indian Territory, Chickasaw Nation; discusses general history from 1857 to an unknown date; tribal government; various Chickasaw laws, anecdotes, prominent families, etc.
3. Correspondence dated 1889 concerning the Indian Territorial Convention.
4. Correspondence dated 1891; miscellaneous.
5. Correspondence dated 1892; most sent to Messrs. Lane, Kent and Kelley.
6. Correspondence dated 1893; business correspondence re: promotion of business interests in Guthrie, OK.
7. Correspondence dated 1894.
8. Correspondence dated 1895.
9. Correspondence dated 1901.
10. Financial matters, mostly checks.
11. Legal material, mortgage release, 1896.
12. Table of classification of lands and appraised value per acre in Cherokee Nation.
13-17. Correspondence between Edwin Ludlow and his wife, 1894-1902; Ludlow lived in Hartshorne, I.T., but was also General Superintendent for the Mexican Coal and Coke Company.
18. Correspondence between Chester Howe and Azel Hatch, attorneys, 1902; re: allotment of land among Cherokees and Choctaws.
Two copies of the Atoka Agreement.
Ten miscellaneous postcards.
19. a. Correspondence dated August 30-31, 1874, from a J. J. Carnes in Georgetown, TX, writing to his wife concerning the business and cotton crop prospects for Texas that year.
b. Correspondence dated March 30, 1884, which handwriting comparison suggests was written by a Mary Carnes of Forrest City, Ark. to her sister. Letter discusses births, deaths, weather, etc. during the winter in the district.
c. Correspondence from J. J. Carnes on November 29, 1874, from Georgetown, TX, writing to his wife at their home discussing weather and the wife's health.