12. Letter from G. W. Grayson and D. M. Hodge to Commissioner H. Price re: the license of farmer and McQuarie to keep the Mitchell Hotel in Muskogee, March 22, 1884.
13. A "List of Licensed Traders In the Creek Nation...To July 1, 1884." The list includes the date of expiration, the name of the firm, and the firm's location.
14. Letter from J. M. Perryman, Principal Chief, to the Creek delegation, with instructions to ignore any claims made by C. M. Taylor, January 8, 1884.
15. Letter of Coweta Micco, approving the actions of G. W. Grayson in Washington, DC (in Creek) (---21, 1884).
16. Copy of a letter from Pleasant Porter, Principal Chief, and G. W. Grayson re: the final days of the Creek Nation, and the failure of the U. S. Congress to enact legislation to cover this, February 20, 1906.
17. Letter from Samuel Checote, Principal Chief, to G. W. Grayson and James Larney, special Delegates, calling them to report to the Convention about the results of their recent official duties, July 27, 1883.
18. Statement of John B. Luce to Mayor Thomas Lanigan about what he knew of the history of a note written for $843.96 by the Creek delegation. A similar note had been written, executed on the same day by the same parties and for the same amount, the only difference "being that one was payable to J. B. Luce, the other ...to Perry Fuller", September 6, 1884.
19. An unsigned letter from the Executive Office to the National Council, offering a suggestion on how the election returns be counted, November 10, 1898.
20. Letter from G. W. Grayson and L. C. Perryman, Creek delegates in Washington, DC, to Samuel Checote, Principal Chief re: $5000 to be withheld from annuities by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, January 15, 1882.
21. Letter from Dennis Bushyhead, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, to the National Council of the Creeks, protesting the granting of a right of way for a railroad through Indian Territory, April 12, 1886.
22. Fragment of a letter concerning the rights of a citizen, n.d.
23. Letter from Senator A. H. garland to J. B. Luce re: the Watt Grayson claim before Congress, 1883. Watt Grayson was G. W. Grayson's uncle.
24. Letter from G. W. Grayson and L. C. Perryman, Creek delegates, to H. Price, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, asking him not to withhold $5000 from the Creek Nation on the account of the Tallahassee Mission School, February 1, 1883. See also Folder 20.