6. Form letter from Moty Tiger re: payment of $7000 to the firm of Stuart, Lewis, Gordon and Weatherford out of Creek Funds, May 24, 1916.
7. Letter to the Chairman and Members of the Committee on Indian Affairs of the U. S. House of Representatives from the Principal Chief of the Creek Nation and others, re: the original Creek agreement. The letter is not dated, but the latest case cited in this letter is dated December 21, 1914. The letter is unsigned.
8. Memorandum of authorities in support of Mr. Owen's proposed amendment to the Indian Appropriations Bill, from the National Attorney for the Creek Nation, ca. 1914.
9. Letter from Pleasant Porter to J. George Wright, Indian Inspector; a copy of the appropriations for per diem expenses for the delegates to Washington, DC, November 1905.
10. Letter from James Davis, Assistant Tribal Attorney, to Washington Grayson, Secretary to the Chief, re: a warrant to pay H. J. Benning the amount of $275.04 for services rendered, February 5, 1916.
11. Letter from Pleasant Porter to J. George Wright re: appropriations for S. W. Brown, November 9, 1905.
12. Letter from H. C. Allen, Attorney for the Creek Nation, to Senator Robert LaFollette re: Senator Owen's amendment, April 25, 1914.
13. Letter from James Davis, National Attorney for the Creek nation, to G. W. Grayson, stating why a full statement of expenses could not be given until after July 1, 1918. June 5, 1918.
14. Letter from Assistant Commissioner Merritt of the Office of Indian Affairs to G. W. Grayson, Principal Chief, re: Lands of Creeks included by error in a survey by the U.S. January 13, 1919.
Flap Folder III
1. Letter from R. J. Meigs to the Secretary of War re: new regulations for the certification of contracts for sale of Creek lands, August 2, 1834.
2. Letter from Elbert Herring to the War Department re: Creek lands and Locating Agents' findings, April 11, 1834.
3. Letter from R. J. Meigs to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs re: the report in the Cherokee valuation case and on the Licenses of Enjoyment given Creek Reserves by the purchasers, September 6, 1834.