-Diary containing verse, notes on world geography, ancient history, and English grammar.
-Diary for 1913 containing money paid out and an original poem concerning temperance.
-Diary for August 4 to November 21, 1914, containing notes about travel, mining camps and Galena, Kansas.
-Diary for December 1867 to January 1892, containing expense accounts, verses, and funds paid.
Daily expense accounts for the U. S. Indian Service:
-January 1920 - 1921
-January 1929 - December 1929
-January 1933 - January 1934
-January 1934 - January 1935
1. a. Ladies Road Improvement Assn., Webbers Falls, I.T. c. 1890, solicitation letters (two copies).
b. Correspondence from “George” to ---- October 2, 1861; Camp Lincoln, Washington, DC, discusses Civil War camp life, food, etc.
c. Correspondence from R. Blackstone to his father, January 2, 1865; Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation, general war news, mentions failure to capture supply boats near Ft. Smith, Ark.
d. Commencement program of Willie Halsell College, 1895.
e. Report card for George Blackstone, 1897.
2. a. Photostat. Correspondence from George Washington to Cherokee Nation, June 14, 1792, mentions general relations, Treaty of Hopewell, and disturbances in Georgia.
b. Correspondence to Forbis LeFlore, July 10, 1870 and August 11, 1888.