a. Typescript of a newspaper article, "Charles Gibson, A Writer of Creek Sketches, Has Won a Name."
b. Typescript from the Indian Journal, February 7, 1902, "The Old Haunts by Moonlight" by Charles Gibson.
c. Hopothlea Yohola a Creek story.
d. "A Creek Love Story" by Charles Gibson.
e. Various handwritten notes on the Creeks as Sun Worshipers, etc.
f. An "Indian Funeral" by Gibson.
g. Typescript letter, Gibson to Connelley, January 12, 1902; January 19, 1902.
15. Speech of Connelley at the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of Lawrence, Kansas.
a. "The Spirit in the Peyote," Part II, by Alvin Rucker. The Daily Oklahoman, October 2, 1932.
17. Connelley family material:
a. Manuscript: The Connelley Family, by W. E. Connelley.
b. Remarks by Connelley on Captain Henry Connelley of the Am. Rev. Army, as written in a letter June 10, 1907.
c. Handwritten note covering the spelling of the name "Connelley" and its variations with old and new generations.
d. Biography of Henry Connelley.
e. Biography of Peter Connelley.
f. Record of Connelley Family.
18. Civil War on the Border: Interview with Cyrus Eland
a. Handwritten notes from Connelley.
b. Brief handwritten biography of Cyrus Eland.
c. Interview with Eland, December 1, 1905, on Centralis Raid on Lawrence.