Statehood Day banquet. Cutlip's address is located in Box 1, Folder 3. November 16, 1929. Oklahoma Memorial Association. 2 copies. Cutlip memorialized Alice Davis, address located in Box 1, Folder 55. November 15, 1930. First Presbyterian Church, Tulsa. Cutlip gave an address, "Oklahoma of Yesterday," as part of a Statehood Day celebration. November 16, 1930. Wewoka Chamber of Commerce annual banquet. Cutlip served as toastmaster. 1935. Oklahoma Memorial Association. Cutlip's address is located in Box 1, Folder 15. Amo Cutlip's eulogy of Alice Davis is located in Box 1, Folder 56. November 16, 1935. Dedication, Wewoka National Guard Armory. Cutlip served as the master of ceremonies. February 18, 1937. Oklahoma Memorial Association. A eulogy to Cutlip included in program. November 16, 1938. Commencement exercises. This program may relate to either of the addresses Cutlip gave to graduating high school classes. See: Box 1, Folders 23 and 41. n.d. Programs from Theater Shows and Recitals 8. Maxine Cutlip's piano recital, Wewoka. June 27, 19-- New National Theater, Washington D. C. - play, "Peg O' My Heart" by J. Hartley Manners with Laurette Taylor. May 1921. Orpheum Theater, St. Louis - variety show. October 1922. American Theater, St. Louis - play, John Drinkwater's "Abraham Lincoln" with Frank McGlynn. October 1922. B. F. Keith's Theater, Washington D. C. - variety show. November 6, 1922. Shubert Belasco Theater, Washington D. C. - play, Herman Timberg's "Frolics of 1922." November 1922. B. F. Keith's Theater, Washington D. C. - variety show. November 20, 1922. Bush Conservatory Orchestral School, Symphony Orchestra, Chicago. February 5, 1924.