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.
A resolution of October 18, 1888 to accept as true and correct the report of W.H. McKinney, district trustee of the second district. Passed Senate October 22, 1888. Passed House and approved October 23, 1888.
A resolution of October 18, 1888 to accept as true and correct the report of J.H. Bryant, district trustee of the third district. Passed Senate October 22, 1888. Passed House and approved October 23, 1888.
Six letters from the Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes to the National Secretary of the Choctaws (E.H. Wilson) accounting for the laws which were approved or disapproved by the President, March 1908 - April 1909 (incomplete)
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.
A letter from A.H. Garland, Attorney General, to Secretary of Interior concerning a contract dated November 8, 1883, between Mrs. A.G. Ream and Robert L. Ream, Jr., her husband and the Atoka Coal and Mining Company. July 29, 1885.