49. "Communication of D.H. Johnston to the Sub-committee of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs of the United States Senate…", thanking the Committee for providing information about matters concerning the Chickasaw tribe.
50. "Resolution of the Chickasaw People" endorsing Johnston and practically giving him a free hand in tribal affairs (November 14, 1931).
51. Johnston County Capital-Democrat, February 11, 1932: "Editorial on Indian Court Claims".
52. "Statement of Douglas H. Johnston to Committee on Indian Affairs" in the U.S. House of Representatives, regarding the "holder case" (June 5, 1934).
53. "Resolutions of the Chickasaw Tribal Protective Association…", (September 18, 1934).
54. Daily Oklahoman, January 18, 1935: "Biographical Sketch of D.H. Johnston".
55. Letter from Franklin Bourland to D.H. Johnston, submitting resolutions of the Chickasaw Tribal Protective Association (February 26, 1936).
56. An unidentified resolution, perhaps one of those mentioned in Folder 55.
57. Message of D.H. Johnston to the Chickasaw Nation. regarding the present condition of tribal affairs (September 2, 1936).
58. Letter of D.H. Johnston to an unidentified person. regarding reopening the citizenship rolls, the Indian welfare bill and other matters (no date).
59. Letter of D.H. Johnston to Elmer Thomas, et al, endorsing the Thomas Bill on Indian Welfare (no date).
60. Statement of Douglas H. Johnston to the Chickasaw people. regarding restrictions imposed on the Five Civilized Tribes by congressional legislation (July 1933).
61. Oklahoma Historical Society #13012, no date: "Special Message of D.H. Johnston" to the Chickasaw legislature. regarding schools, delegate to Washington, etc.
62. "Special Message of D.H. Johnston" to the Chickasaw Legislature. regarding land appraisement (no date).
63. "Message of D.H. Johnston" to the Chickasaw legislature. regarding various tribal matters (no date).