1932 Democratic National Convention items and Masonic apron. Convention items: reception badge, delegate badge,<br> Governor's staff ribbon, delegate ticket book <br> and ""William H. Murray for President"" pin.
Letter of William Bryant, P.C.C.N., to William Robuck, July 22, 1873; covers a variety of topics; intruders in Indian Territory, freedmen question, forbidding of Douglas H. Cooper from representing the Choctaws, etc.
An act providing for the taking of a census, 1857.</br></br>A resolution calling for the printing and distribution of the acts and resolutions, 1857.</br></br>An act repealing certain acts and making appropriations,...
A resolution asking the two houses of the General Council of the Choctaw Nation to meet in joint session, to interpret and pass the committee report. Passed Senate March 9, 1872. Passed House March 12, 1872. Approved March 12, 1872.
A resolution authorizing and requesting the Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation to forward one authenticated copy of a certain memorial to each of certain parties in Washington City. Passed House March 5, 1876. Passed Senate March 4, 1876, and...
An act proposed to grant Mrs. M.E. Rogers the right to build a toll bridge over McGee Creek on the Fort Smith and Boggy Depot Road. Passed House October 16, 1877. Passed Senate and approved October 17, 1877.
Act proposed to appropriate $500.00 for the defense of Josiah Bryant for the killing of two prisoners when they tried to escape. Passed House October 19, 1877. Passed Senate and approved October 20, 1877.