F2: Income tax records of Florence Rennie. 1928-1939.
F3: Embroidered handkerchiefs. n.d.
F4: Maps and travel guides regarding Alaska. 1929-1938 and n.d.
F5: Greeting cards and graduation announcements, including graduation announcement from the University of Oklahoma in 1938. 1937-1939.
F6: Notebooks containing handwritten meeting minutes of the Grady County Tea Meeting, two roll books, and miscellaneous handwritten notes.1941-1942 and n.d.
F7: Printed Materials: Publication Public Welfare. June-July 1946; November 1947; April, September, and October 1948.
F8: Florence Rennie's monthly summaries of work completed, travel expense vouchers, a program for the state conference of the Oklahoma Social Welfare Association and an optional individual income tax return. 1938-1950.
F9: Social Service Circulating Library book lists, periodical lists, pamphlet lists, lists of reports, and lists of publications in various states. 1947.
F10: Florence Rennie's real estate Abstract of Title of property in Garvin County. circa 1921.
F11: Rennie Family History: Notebook of genealogical research Six Rennie Men Who Came to Tishomingo, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, from Years 1856-1900, Biological Sketches compiled by David Alexander Rennie. n.d.
Box 3: Edith Hamilton Rennie and Laura M. Rennie: Correspondence, 1922-1936.
F1: Correspondence: Personal correspondence of Edith Rennie. n.d.
F2: Correspondence: Professional correspondence of Laura M. Rennie. 1922-1929.
F3: Correspondence: Professional correspondence of Laura M. Rennie. 1930-1936.
Box 4: Albert Rennie: Personal Correspondence, 1897-1946.
F1: Correspondence: Personal correspondence, Capt. John S. Hammer to Brent (last name omitted). 1897.
F2: Correspondence: Personal correspondence, Albert Rennie to Capt. John S. Hammer. 1899.