Alice Robertson Collection:
Series II: Correspondence

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Inventory of the Robertson Correspondence

This series consists of autograph, typescript, and carbon copy typescript letters, postcards, and greeting cards between Alice Robertson and friends, family, congressional colleagues, social and political organizations, United States government offices (e.g. Department of the Interior, Postal Service, Veterans Bureau), and her constituents and political supporters. Other correspondents represented are: Althea L. Bass, Mrs. William Lowell Putnam (Coolidge Womens Club of America), Elmira College, Kate George, Mary Chandler Hale, Hicks family members, Rev. Timothy Hill, Hitchcock family members, Merriman family members, Napoleon Bonaparte Moore (including papers and documents relating to his appointment as Treasurer, Muskogee Nation), the Muskogee Nation, Mrs. Frank Korn (Oklahoma Memorial Association), J.F. Owens, Pleasant and Matilda Porter, the Presbyterian Church of the United States, Ann Augusta Robertson-Moore, Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman, Samuel Worcester Robertson, William Shenck Robertson, Mary Copley Thaw, Nancy Thompson, The University of Tulsa, Harold Westerberg, Martha Reynolds Williams, and various members of the Worcester family. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by surname of correspondent, name of institution, or name of organization, and dates from approximately 1815-1977. HTML transcriptions accompany all pieces of correspondence.