1932 Democratic National Convention items and Masonic apron. Convention items: reception badge, delegate badge,<br> Governor's staff ribbon, delegate ticket book <br> and ""William H. Murray for President"" pin.
Finance committee report recommending the appointment of a special delegate to Washington D.C. to represent Choctaw interests. Oct 14, 1908. An act providing for the same, Oct 14, 1908. (Signed by Theodore Roosevelt)
Letter of William Bryant, P.C.C.N., to William Robuck, July 22, 1873; covers a variety of topics; intruders in Indian Territory, freedmen question, forbidding of Douglas H. Cooper from representing the Choctaws, etc.
Letter by Richard J. McCloskey of the Indian Health Service to the Choctaw people, letter is also endorsed by Hollis E. Roberts, P.C.C.N., January 29, 1981; letter cites proposed changes in eligibility for IHS services.
1887--Letter: To Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior from G.W. Harkins, et al, Chickasaw and Cherokee Delegates. Re: mining contracts of the Choctaw Nation with the Osage Coal and Mining Company.
A resolution authorizing the payment of Hon. C.E. Holson and Wilson Jones for services as commissioners on the Freedom Man Question. Passed Senate Nov. 10, 1875. Passed House and approved Nov. 12, 1875. J. White Speaker.
A resolution of November 1, 1889, to accept as true and correct the report of R.C. Robe, superintendent of Wheelock Seminary. Passed Senate November 1, 1889. Passed House and approved on November 2, 1889.
A resolution of November 2, 1889, to accept as true and correct the report of L.C. Worcester, coal weigher at McAlester Mines No. 9. Passed Senate November 2, 1889. Passed House and approved November 4, 1889.