Alice Robertson Collection:
Series III: Personal Papers



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American Academy of Political and Social Science.   PDF Original

American Association of University Women.   PDF Original

American Bar Association.   PDF Original

American Indian Institute.   PDF Original

American Inn Club.   PDF Original

American Institute of Architects.   PDF Original

American Institute of Banking (Philadelphia Chapter).   PDF Original

American Legion.   PDF Original

Army-Navy football game.   PDF Original

Association of Collegiate Alumnae.   PDF Original

Bacone College. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize for related newspaper article)   PDF Original

Belleau Wood Memorial Association.   PDF Original

Bloomfield Seminary.   PDF Original

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Brainerd Mission.   PDF Original

Caledonia County Grammar School.   PDF Original

Calliopean Literary Society.   PDF Original

Cedar Crest College.   PDF Original

Central High School.   PDF Original

Cherokee Female Seminary.   PDF Original

Cherokee National Male and Female Seminary. Address by Mrs. R.L. Fite, reprinted from THE TAHLEQUAH ARROW, 11 May 1914. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize for related newspaper article)   PDF Original

Colonial School.   PDF Original

Commercial Club of Omaha.   PDF Original

Constitutional Convention.   PDF Original

Cooper Seminary.   PDF Original

Council of Women for Home Missions and Federation of Woman's Boards of Foreign Missions of North America.   PDF Original

Creek Teachers' Normal School.   PDF Original

Daughters of the American Revolution.   PDF Original

Dwight Mission. (See: SERIES VI: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

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Elmira College.   PDF Original

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Elmira College   PDF Original

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Elmira College   PDF Original

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Elmira College   PDF Original

 

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Fayetteville Female Institute. 

Florida, State of. Thanksgiving proclamation, 1887. 

Fredericksburg, VA. 

Gilmanton Academy. 

Grant Memorial Commission. 

Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. 

Hanover College. 

Harrel International Institute. 

Henry Kendall College. 

Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 

Illinois, Former Governors of. 

Indian Affairs. 

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A Serious Problem for the New State. Reprint of an article appearing in MUSKOGEEE PHOENIX, 5 Jan 1907. 

Petition of the Indian citizens of IT to the President of the United States, expressing no confidence in the Secretary of the Interior, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the Board of Indian Peace Commissioners. n.d. 

Be it enacted by the National Council of the Muskogee Nation that should any citizen or citizens of this nation cut timber from the purpose of selling the same to any Rail Road company.... AMs incomplete draft, 1p. 

A Bill to provide for an amendment of Art. I, Sec. 2 and 3 and Art. IV and Sec I and V of the constitution of the Muscogee Nation and for other purposes.... AMsS draft referred to the Judiciary Committee, Thomas Adams, Speaker, House of Warriors; A.P. McKellop, clerk, 2p. 

Reprint of an original treaty between the US Government and Muskogee or Creek Tribe of Indians." 1842. 2 copies. 

Protest of Creek Delegates Against the Passage of HR 1277, 30 Jan 1888. 

Instructions to the delegates of the Muskogee Nation. Judging from the spirit of the the Public Press, the Muskogee Nation is justified in apprehending that efforts on the part of...congress...to bring about serious and radical changes in the landed and other interests....26 Oct 1889. 

Be it enacted by the National Council of the Muskogee Nation: That there be and is hereby appropriated the sum of $400,000....to be paid...to the Creek people..... AMs draft, 1p. 29 Oct 1889. 

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....Speaking for ourselves and the Muskogee Nation whom we represent and for whom we act in National Council assembled we respectfully show...that under the Treaties made by and between the United States and the Muskogee Nation, said Nation is entitled to certain rights and privileges [sic], to the full, perfect and free enjoyment there of.... AMsS draft, signed Roby McIntosh, Speaker, House of Warriors. Approved Oct 1889 by L.C. Perryman, Principal Chief. 

AMs draft partial list of Indian names of streams and location in Alabama, 8p. 

A Pueblo Primer. Witter Bynnor. Mimeograph TMs transcription of a list of questions and answers for an [article] to appear in the FREEMAN, 5p. 

List of names grouped according to Chickasaw, Choctaw Cherokee, Creek, Seminole and Quapaw Nations. Possibly related to the above petition. 

History Repeats. Flyer pertaining to the Five Civilized Tribes and their desire for an independent statehood. c1878. 

A Manly Plea to the President for Justice. Joel B. Mayes, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation letter to Benjamin Harrison, President of the United States, pertaining to a dispute over ownership of land west of the Arkansas River. 24 Feb 1890. 

Thanksgiving Proclamation of the Cherokee Nation. Charles Thompson, Principal Chief. 11 Nov 1878. 

Thanksgiving Proclamation of the Cherokee Nation. D.W. Bushyhead, Principal Chief. 16 Nov 1882. 2 copies. 

Thanksgiving Proclamation of the Cherokee Nation. J.B. Mayes, Principal Chief. 18 Nov 1891. 

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From this on the citizen or Creek citizen in the Creek Nation as fare [sic] as the Creek line extend and also than shall be no labore [sic] employed this law created according to treaty any person violating this law shall be fine the sum of one hunderd [sic] dollars.... AMs draft Snake Indian warning notice, Wetumka, IT, 17 Oct 1900, 1p. 

One hundreth anniversary of the establishment of Fort Towson and opening to the settlement of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations. 10 May 1924. Program, 2 copies. 

A Memorial to Congress in the Matter of the Preservation of the Creek Indian Council House At Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Petition. n.d. 

The Muskogee or Creek Nation of Indians...respectfully memorialize Congress not to enact any law which is in violation of the solemn trety-compacts entered into between their people and the United States.... n.d. 

To the citizenship commission. We the undersigned petitioners [i.e., members of the Grayson family] hereby request you to cause our names to be placed upon the regular rolls of the bona fide citizens of the Muskogee Nation.... AMsS draft, 2p. 

Document drawn up by Cherokee and Creek leaders and missionaries petitioning the US Senate and House of Representatives to enact legislation to protect native races in the Islands of the Pacific and elsewhere, against the sale of fire-arms, opium and intoxicants. TMsS draft, 8 Apr 1901, 1p; TMs transcription of same, 1p. 

Minnesota Chippewa. Copies of hearings on Bill S 3078 concerning the use of tribal trust funds. 1922. 

Illustrated examples of Indian sign language. Mimeograph, 1p. 

Types of hand positions in gesture language. Illustrated chart published by the Smithsonian Institute, Bureau of Ethnology, 1p. 

The Lord's Prayer. Depicted in Indian sign language. 1 card. 

The Lord's Prayer. Translated into the Cherokee syllabary. Prayer card, 2 copies. 

The Lord's Prayer. Excised copy of the prayer translated into the Cherokee syllabary with an engraved portrait of Se-quo-yah pasted on board. 

Card announcing Se-quo-yah's entry into the Hall of Fame in the National Capital at Washington. 

Pledge of allegiance translated into the Cherokee syllabary. 1 card. 

Conference on Indian Missions at Fort Gibson, OK. 1911. Conference leaflet. 2 copies. 

The Cherokee. Theatre program and synopsis for a play in five parts performed at the Hinton Theatre. inc.d. 

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Interior Department. Stenographer's notebooks. 8 notebooks containing draft letters taken in shorthand by Alice Robertson. 1875-1882, n.d. 

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Interior Department. Stenographer's notebooks. 8 notebooks containing draft letters taken in shorthand by Alice Robertson. 1875-1882, n.d. 

 

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Related shorthand reference materials. 

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Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. "The American Indian of Today." Mimeograph TMs draft covering topics such as population, education and health, citizenship, lands, natural resources, and finances, 13p.  

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. "Indian Population of the United States, June 30, 1923." Mimeograph TMs draft, 5p. 

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. "Education Among Indians of Oklahoma Tribes." Article reproduced from THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN, Oct 1923, 7p. 

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. (See also: SERIES III: Personal Papers: Supervisor/Superintendent of Schools) 

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. "The Indian's War Activities." Mimeograph TMs draft, 1, 1918, 22p. 

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. "The American Indian in the World War." Mimeograph TMs accounts of a few of the approximately 10,000 Indian men who were either wounded or killed while in military service during WWI, 2p. 

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. Documents pertaining to the appointment and resignation as clerk/copyist/computer. 1873-1899. 

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. "To the Ladies and Gentlemen of the Indian office...." Mimeograph AMs message from Commissioner Smith regarding the conduct expected of employees of the department, 2p. 

Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. (See also: SERIES III: Personal Papers: Supervisor/Superintendent of Schools) 

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Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. pc press cuttings relating to history, events, issues. 

3:04 

Fort Sill, Oklahoma. TMs list of names of officers and enlisted men, Company F, 1st Infantry, 1917. 2p. 

Indiana, State of. Thanksgiving proclamation, 1885. 

Jaynes Class of Mount Vernon Place M.E. Church, South. 

Ku Klux Klan. 

Lawton, Oklahoma. Campaign booster buttons, 5 copies. 

League of Nations. 

League of Republican State Clubs. 

Lincoln Banquet and Republican State Rally. 

Lincoln Memorial Commission. 

Lincoln Republican Club. 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition. 

3:05 

Maine, State of. Thanksgiving proclamation, 1891. 

Martha Washington Seminary. 

Matoon Female and Male Seminaries. 

Micco, Creek Nation, IT. 

Middlesex Club. 

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MUSKOGEE DAILY NEWS. 

Muskogee High School. 

Muskogee, Oklahoma. Brochures, commemorative buttons and ribbons. 

Muskogee Rotary Club. 

 

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National Agricultural Conference. 

National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations. 

National Economic League. 

National Exposition of Chemical Industries 

National Federation of Business and Professional Womens Clubs. 

National League of Women Voters. 

National Meade Memorial Commission. 

National Press Club. (See: SERIES III: American Legion) 

National Republic. 

National Woman Suffrage Association. "Appeal to Women Citizens of the United States;" "Plan of Woman Suffrage Organizations." 

National Woman's Party. 

New Jersey, State of. 147th State Legislature concurrent resolution in reference to the Veterans' Bureau. 

4:02 

Northeastern State Normal School.  

Northeastern State Teachers College. 

Nuyaka Mission School. Accounts, housewares inventories, and student records book. 1885-1886; AN by Alice Robertson in reference to the school, 1p. 

Oakland High School. 

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Oklahoma and Indian Territory Children's Home Society. Annual membership certificate. 1902. 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

Oklahoma Education Association (Northeastern District). Fifteenth Annual Session program booklet, Oct-Nov 1924. 

Oklahoma Historical Society. 

Oklahoma Memorial Association. 

Oklahoma Soldiers' Memorial Hospital. (See: SERIES III: Veterans Bureau) 

Oklahoma State Bar Association. 

Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs. 

4:4 Oklahoma State of. Department of State. ccTMs draft House Concurrent Resolution No. 12 memorializing the US Congress to nullify certain orders of the Interstate Commerce Commission affecting intrastate railroad rates and to amend the act to regulate commerce so as to render such orders in the future impossible, 2p with certificate, 1921. 

Oklahoma State of. Oklahoma's Twenty-First Birthday. Programs, 16 Nov 1928. 

Oklahoma State of. "Constitutional Convention Call." Printed flyer, 6 Sept 1929. 

4:05 

Oklahoma State of. pc of press cuttings relating to Oklahoma as a territory and as a state, 1895-1944, n.d. 

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Oklahoma State of. pc of press cuttings relating to Oklahoma as a territory and as a state, 1895-1944, n.d. 

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Oklahoma State of. pc of press cuttings relating to Oklahoma as a territory and as a state, 1895-1944, n.d. 

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Oklahoma State Society of Washington, DC. 

Okmulgee County Republican Central Committee. 

Old Settlers Association. 

Pennsylvania, Historical Society of. 

Phi Delta Fraternity. 

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women. 

Pierpont Statue Commission. 

Pioneer Convention. 

Pioneer Woman Unveiling Ceremony. (See also: SERIES I: Writings: Robertson, Alice Mary; SERIES VI: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

Pittsburg Press Club. 

Political Campaigns/Term in Office 

 

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ccTMs announcement of candidacy, 4 Jun 1920, 1p. 

TMs itemized campaign expense account, 23 Jul 1920, 1p. 

ccTMs statement of expenditures, 23 Jul-4 Aug 1920, 1p. 

TLS Oklahoma State Election Board >Alice Robertson in reference to the breakdown of votes cast for 2nd District Congressman, 28 Jan 1921, 1s. 

Form letter of thanks to supporters, 1p. 

Statement of receipts and expenditures of candidate for election as representative in Congress. circa Nov 1922. 

Expenditures for re-election campaign; lists of contributors; 6p. 

Certificate of Registration as an elector for the 15th Precinct, Ward 4, 23 Jul 1924. 

Campaign related brochures, cards, advertisements, pc of related press cuttings. 

TMs draft list of Alice Robertsonís legislative activities dating from 4 Mar 1921 to unspecified date: HR6652, HR6653, HR6741, HR7035, HR7182, HR7283, HR7396, HR7450, HR8273, HR9683, HR10495, HR10496, HR11033, HR11034, HR11318, HR12552; 5p. 

TMs draft list of dates, subjects and appearances of Alice Robertsonís remarks in the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, 1p. 

PLEASE SEE ALSO ONLINE CATALOGUE FOR THE FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS: 

42.2 HR Misc Doc No 166: Protest of the Cherokee and Creek Indian delegates to the survey of their lands in Indian Territory as proposed in the Indian Appropriation Bill, 4 Apr 1872. 

51.1 HR1507 to accompany HR 3804: Bill seeking to appropriate $400,000 due the Creek Nation under the third article of the Treaty of 1866, 18 Apr 1890.  

67.1 HR2158 Report No 169: To provide monthly payment of pensions, 11 Apr 1921.  

67.1 S1039: Amendment to the Constitution for the public protection of maternity and infancy and to provide a method of cooperation between the US government and several states, 28 Apr 1921.  

67.1 S1039: Amendment to the Constitution for the public protection of maternity and infancy and to provide a method of cooperation between the US government and several states, 28 Apr 1921. Promotional brochure sponsored by several women's organizations. 

67.1 S1358 Report No 121: To provide for maintaining the corps of cadets at the US military academy at its maximum authorized strength, 20 May 1921.  

67.1 HR6652 Report No 155, HR 6653: To extend the time for the construction of a bridge across the Arkansas River at a point near Webbers Falls, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, 26 May 1921.  

67.1 HR Res 138 Report No 107: Joint resolution to suspend funding of construction of Camp Eustis, Virginia and to sell existing real estate and camp buildings, 27 May 1921.  

67.2 S3078: To provide for the free transmission through the mails of certain publications for the blind, 25 Jan 1922.  

67.2 S3078: To provide for the free transmission through the mails of certain publications for the blind, 25 Jan 1922. ccTMs draft list of pros and cons, 2p. 

67.2 HR7035 Serial 36: Hearing before the committe on the judiciary regarding the granting of pensions to regularly commissioned US Deputy Marshals of the US District Court of Western District of Arkansas, including Indian Territory, and to their widows and children under 16 years of age, 11 Apr 1922.  

67.2 H Res 393: Attorney General's investigation and inquiry into the $21,500 school fund for the Cherokee Nation and the manner in which it was disposed of by Frank J. Bouidnott, 29 Jun 1922.  

67.4 HR1452 to accompany S 514: In reference to the claims of the Cherokee, Creek and Seminole Indians, 25 Jan 1923.  

70.1 HR14070: To provide a child welfare extension service in the Children's Bureau of the Department of Labor, 28 May 1928.  

PLEASE SEE ONLINE CATALOGUE for copies of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD which contain remarks by Alice Robertson on the following topics: 

67.1: Sheppard-Towner Bill. 

67.1, Vol 61, No 76, p4021. Speech on free cow hides.  

67.1, Vol 61, No 161, p9035. Eugene V. Debs.  

67.2, Vol 62, No 102, p6032. Naval Appropriation Bill.  

67.2, Vol 62, No 168. p10469. In reference to the Attorney General's investigation into $21,500 Cherokee Nation school fund disposition by Frank J. Boudinott.  

67.4: Title to lands with the Pueblo land grants. 

67.4, Vol 64, No 68, 18 Feb 1923. In reference to William Evans Crow.  

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Voting record by roll calls for the House of Representatives, 67th Congress, 1st through 4th sessions. 

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67th Congress: Rosters, lists of members for various congressional committees, general memorandums, House and Senate chamber passes. 

Other Congressional business and related issues: Mimeograph TMs in reference to the surplus, taxation, and export of farm products, 2p. 

Other Congressional business and related issues: "Present Economic Conditions as Affecting American Homes." Reprint from the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD of remarks made by Alice Robertson in the House of Representatives. 10 Jun 1922. 

Other Congressional business and related issues: ccTMs draft fragment, with AMs revisions, regarding arguments for government aid to the blind, 1p. 

Other Congressional business and related issues: Mimeograph TMs from the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Commerce regarding the estimated total farm mortgage debt for 1920, 1p. 

Other Congressional business and related issues: TMsS draft resolution regarding the regulation of immigrants, 1p. 

Other Congressional business and related issues: "Wives and Mothers of Industrial Workers." Statement of beliefs, addressed to the Congress. 20 Jan 1921, 2p. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. In reference to the Marine Corps. Mimeograph TMs, 1p. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. "Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic." Reprint of a speech by C.N. Haskell, given at the Jan 1907 Constitutional Convention. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill. Informational brochure. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. US Railroad Labor Board, Decision #982, regarding the Railway Employees Department, A.F. of L. vs. Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Company. May 1922. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. AMs brief outline for a campaign speech, Bangor, Maine, circa 1922. 

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Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. Trip to Panama by a congressional party of which Alice Robertson was a member; includes itineraries, passenger lists, map of Panama, etc. Dec 1922. (See also: SERIES IV: Photographs) 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. Statement of Alice Robertsonís accounts, House of Representatives. 1922-1923. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. AN (author unknown) >Alice Robertson "referring to enclosure your speech is a Boomerang [sic] the Language you used is that of a Dish Washer you better go back to your trade." 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. ccTMs minutes of a meeting of the 15th Precinct Caucus; Alice Robertson elected as delegate to attend the county convention, 1p. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. AMs commentary in Alice Robertsonís hand on the falsehoods and inuendos being made about her allegedly by a Scott supporter, 1p. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. Mimeograph fragment of an open letter from Alice Robertson in reference to the appointment of a woman member of the Disarmament Commission and Alice Robertsonís stand on the issue, 1p. 

Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives. Mimeograph fragment of an open letter from Alice Robertson in reference to an unidentified bill concerning religious freedom, Native Americans, and their education, 1p. 

5:04 

Presidential campaign propaganda, flyers, leaflets, brochures; Democratic Platform (Jun 1920); Socialist Party Platform; county, state, and national Republican Party conventions and related activites. 52 pieces. 

5:05 

Presidential campaign propaganda, flyers, leaflets, brochures; Democratic Platform (Jun 1920); Socialist Party Platform; county, state, and national Republican Party conventions and related activites. 52 pieces. 

5:06 

Presidential campaign. Medals, buttons, and ribbons. 

5:07 

Invitations to political, governmental and embassorial functions. 69 pieces. 

(See also: SERIES III: Indian Affairs; Veterans Bureau; SERIES VI: Oversize) 

5:08 

Invitations to political, governmental and embassorial functions. 69 pieces. 

(See also: SERIES III: Indian Affairs; Veterans Bureau; SERIES VI: Oversize) 

 

6:01 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

6:02 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

6:03 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

6:04 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

6:05 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

6:06 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

6:07 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

 

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pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

7:02 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

7:03 

pc press cuttings relating to Alice Robertsonís political activities: 1920-1931. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

7:04 

Political Science Club. 

Porter High School. 

Portland Rose Festival (Portland, OR) 

Postmaster Appointment 

7:05 

Organizational chart of the Department of Postmasters General. 

United States Post Office, Muskogee, IT. Brochure of statistics and general information. 

US Civil Service form listing persons eligible for appointment as postal clerk-carrier in Muskogee, IT. circa 1905. 

Changes in designations/increase in salaries of postal clerks for fiscal year 1906. 

Receipts for mail equipment. circa 1913. 

Official post office department questionnaire (blank). 

Postmaster's Oath. 

7:06 

National Association of Postmasters of First Class Offices. Programs, commemorative medals, buttons, and ribbons. 1906-1912, n.d. 

7:07 

National Association of Postmasters of First Class Offices. Programs, commemorative medals, buttons, and ribbons. 1906-1912, n.d. 

Joint Convention of Postal Organizations. Programs, commemorative button and ribbon. 1909. 

Southwest Postal Association Convention. Commemorative medal. 1910. 

United National Association of Post Office Clerks of the United States Annual Convention. Invitation. 1922. 

Inside History of the Fight Made Against Miss Robertson. pc press cutting in reference to Alice Robertsonís reappointment as postmistress. Includes AMs notes by Alice Robertson pertaining to the press cutting and a brief biography of Mary Chandler Hale (daughter of Zach Chandler, a cousin of Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson). 

Miss Robertson when seen in her office this morning frankly aknowledged that the news of her confirmation afforded the keenest pleasure.... ccTMs, 2p. 

Attention Republicans. Announcement of enrollment of names and vote for postmaster.  

7:08 

pc of related press cuttings. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

Presbyterian Church of the United States 

 

8:01 

Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-school Work. "Heart Songs" series, Nos. 7-14. 

Board of Foreign Missions. AMs draft minutes of a trustees meeting, recorded by WSR and signed by those in attendence, held at Tullahassee Mission, 4 Mar 1868.  

Board of Home Missions. 

General Assembly.  

Women's Executive Committee of Home Missions. 

THE PROGRESSIVE TEACHER. Nov, Vol 1, No 1, 1905. Published by Territorial Teachers' Association, Muskogee, IT. J.E. Johnson, ed. 

8:02 

Red Cross. Materials relating to Alice Robertsonís service with the Red Cross Canteen. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

8:03 

Republican Associate Leaders of Bronx County. 

Republican National Executive Committee. 

Republican Woman's Club of St. Louis. 

Rhode Island, State of. Thanksgiving proclamation, 1891. 

Royal Rosarians. 

St. Louis Air Board and Chamber of Commerce. 

Sawokla Cafeteria and Farm 

8:04 

AMs lists of food expenses, quantities used/purchased, price lists for the menu, and receipts. 

AMs documentation of parties catered and waitressed by Nettie Jane Wheeler. 

Expense account book for 12 Jan 1920-2 Apr 1920. 

AMs draft breakfast/dinner/supper menu plans and prices in a memo book. 

Breakfast menu. 

Certificate of agreement between the US Navy and Army and the cafeteria that Sawokla Cafeteria will reemploy anyone who left to serve in WWI. n.d. 

8:05 

pc of related press cuttings. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

(See also: SERIES IV: Photographs) 

8:06 

Sequoyah Orphan Training School. 

Southern Commercial Congress. (See also: SERIES I: Writings: Robertson, Alice Mary; SERIES VI: Oversize) 

Southern Society of Washington. 

SUNSHINE AND SHOWERS. Jan, Vol 1, No 8, 1904 

Supervisor/Superintendent of Schools, Creek Nation 

8:07 

AMs itemized list of expenditures for 11 Jan-5 Dec 1900, 1p. 

Department of the Interior, Office of School Supervisor for Creek Nation. Notification of third annual session of the Creek Teachers' Normal beginning 10 Jun 1902. 3 copies. 

Department of Indian Education, Minneapolis MN. Program, Jul 1902. 

Department of the Interior, Office of School Supervisor for Creek Nation. Notification of fourth annual session of the Creek Teachers' Normal beginning 9 Jun 1903, 1p. 

Department of the Interior, Office of Superintendent of Schools in Indian Territory. Brochure concerning an educational exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. 

Creek Colored Teachers' Normal. Announcement of the fifth annual session beginning Jun 1904. 

Open letter from the Supervisor to the teachers of schools in the Creek Nation. 24 Aug 1904. 3 copies. 

Open letter from the Supervisor in reference to the purchase of textbooks. 26 Aug 1904. 3 copies. 

To show the difficulty in building in this county I would mention that about $25,000 was spent upon the Wealaka Mission.... AMs incomplete draft report to the Presbyterian Board on the building of a school for the Creeks in the Okmulgee area, 1p. 

Open letter from the Supervisor in response to a petition for the establishment of a school in unspecified neighborhood within the Creek Nation, 2 Sept 1904, 1s. 

Statement of differences arising in the settlement of the cash accounts of Alice Robertson, School Supervisor and Special Disbursing Agent, 26 Apr 1905, 1p. 

Salary voucher, 31 Dec 1904. 

Statement of Disbursing Account and abstract for Dec 1904. 

Statement of time, to accompany accounts of Alice Robertson for the first quarter, 1905. 

Notice of settlement of accounts for Jun 1904-Jan 1905. 

Cash accounts-current for quarters ending Dec 1904 and Jan 1905. 

Quarterly return vouchers for public property. Dec 1904, Jan 1905. 

Document of resignation as supervisor, 9 Jan 1905. 

Campaign flyer for the candidacy for the position of Muskogee County Superintendent of Schools. 3 copies. 

Certificate verifying Alice Robertson as an official Republican nominee for office of Muskogee County Superintendent of Schools. 8 Aug 1916. 

Trinity College.  

Tullahassee Manual Labor School 

8:08 

Tullahassee Manual Labor School. AMs and printed lists of student's names, circa 1850-1871. 13 pieces. 

Tullahassee Manual Labor School. 4 pocket notebooks containing lists of student names, provisions, addresses, notes. 

Tullahassee Manual Labor School. (See also: SERIES III: Personal Papers: Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions) 

8:09 

AMs and printed Examinations/Order of Exercises, circa 1853-1879. 22 pieces. 

Black Book for 1859 and 1860. AMs notebook noting student's name, and marks for tardiness, misconduct and/or negligence. 

Invitation and program for the Class of 1904 graduates. 

8:10 

Accounts, expenditures, provisions, and receipts, 1859-1882. Includes AMs list of teacher's salaries, 1875-1876. 47 pieces. 

9:01 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Waitie Barnett 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Lucy Bear 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Eliza Bell 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Millie Brown 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Rachel Checote 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Ellis Childers 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Thomas Dick 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Harriet Fusharjo 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Sarah Fusharjo 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Nancy Leola 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Benjamin Marshall 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Marcellus McCombs 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Nancy McIntosh 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Ella Moore 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Lizzie Moore 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Isom Peter [?] 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Lincoln Postoak 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Witie Shirley 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Robert W. Stewart 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Leonidas Stidham 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Frank Tuttle 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Nancy Jane Winslett 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: Keziah Winslett 

Student AMs draft essays and exercises completed by: unidentified 

OUR MONTHLY 

A publication of the Tulahassee Manual Labor School, Creek Nation: 

9:02 

OUR MONTHLY: Dec, Vol 1, No 1, 1870 (AMs draft). [According to Littlefield and Parins AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALAKSA NATIVE NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS, the first issue was hand written in a copybook.] 

OUR MONTHLY: Apr, Vol 1, No 5, 1871 (AMs draft). 

9:03 

OUR MONTHLY: Jan, Vol 2, No 1, 1873. 2 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Feb, Vol 2, No 2, 1873. 8 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Apr, Vol 2, No 3, 1873. 5 copies. 

9:04 

OUR MONTHLY: May, Vol 2, No 4, 1873. 15 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Jun, Vol 2, No 5, 1873. 8 copies. 

9:05 

OUR MONTHLY: Jul, Vol 2, No 6, 1873. 3 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Jul, Vol 2, No 7, 1873. 7 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Oct, Vol 2, No 8, 1873. 4 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Dec, Vol 2, No 9, 1873. 3 copies. 

9:06 

OUR MONTHLY: Jan, Vol 3, No 1, 1874. 5 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Mar, Vol 3, No 2, 1874. 3 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Apr, Vol 3, No 3, 1874. 5 copies. 

9:07 

OUR MONTHLY: May, Vol 3, No 4, 1874. 3 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Jun, Vol 3, No 5, 1874. 2 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Aug, Vol 3, No 6-7, 1874. 2 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Oct, Vol 3, No 9, 1874. 4 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Nov, Vol 3, No 10, 1874. 7 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Dec, Vol 3, No 11, 1874. 14 copies. 

9:08 

OUR MONTHLY: Jan, Vol 4, No 1, 1875. 6 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Feb, vol 4, No 2, 1875. 6 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Mar, Vol 4, No 3, 1875. 6 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Apr, Vol 4, No 4, 1875. 11 copies. 

9:09 

OUR MONTHLY: May, Vol 4, No 5, 1875. 3 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Jun, Vol 4, No 6, 1875. 6 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Jul, Vol 4, No 7, 1875. 5 copies. 

9:10 

OUR MONTHLY: Aug, Vol 4, No 3, 1875. 25 copies. 

9:11 

OUR MONTHLY: Sept, Vol 4, No 9, 1875. 4 copies. 

OUR MONTHLY: Oct, Vol 4, No 10, 1875. 11 copies. 

TMs draft transcription by SWR of the first editorial in OUR MONTHLY, with AN by SWR, 2p. 

(See also: SERIES IV: Photographs) 

Tulsa University of. (See: Henry Kendall College) 

 

10:01 

Union Mission. 

United Spanish War Veterans. Commemorative ribbons, buttons, and pins. 

10:02 

United Spanish War Veterans. Commemorative ribbons, buttons, and pins.. 

10:03 

Veterans Bureau. United States Veterans Hospital (Muskogee, OK). Related papers and documents pertaining to the hospital. Includes documents pertaining to the Soldiers' Bonus Bill. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize for related newspaper articles) 

10:04 

Veterans Bureau. United States Veterans. pc of related press cuttings, 1920-1931, n.d. (See also: New Jersey, State of) 

10:05 

Veterans Bureau. United States Veterans. pc of related press cuttings, 1920-1931, n.d. (See also: New Jersey, State of) 

10:06 

Veterans of Foreign Wars. 

Virginia Federation of Womens Clubs. 

Washington Board of Trade. 

WEEKLY MAGNET, THE. Specimen of a weekly paper printed as a reduced photo-engraving. Jan 1883. 

Wisconsin, State of. Proclamation for a day of mourning on the event of the death of General Ulysses S. Grant, 23 Jul 1885. 

Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society. "A Transferred Gift." Pamphlet by Caroline Atwater Mason. 

Woman's Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church. "Ide es Suleeb--The Feast of the Cross." Pamphlet by Mrs. E.K. Cheadle. 

Woman's Missionary Union. 

Woman's National Indian Association.  

Woman's Presbyterian Board of Missions of the Northwest. "The Children of the Day. An Opening Devotional Service" by Julia H. Johnston. 

Woman's Presbyterian Board of Missions of the Northwest. "Under Orders" by Julia A. Douglas. 

Woman's Synodical Society of Oklahoma. 

Women's City Club of New York. 

10:07 

Women in politics. pc of press cuttings relating to this subject, 1920-1930, n.d. 

10:08 

Women in politics. pc of press cuttings relating to this subject, 1920-1930, n.d. 

 

11:01 

Women's Industrial Conference. 

Women's National Republican Club. 

Worcester Academy Literary Society. 

World's Congress. 

Wyoming, State of. Thanksgiving proclamation, 1885. 

Young Men's Republican Club of Peoria. Program featuring Alice Robertson as guest of honor, 8 Mar 1922. 

Miscellaneous 

11:02 

Deed to property, lot #1, Block 106, Muskogee, OK. 

Business cards, 13 pieces. 

Dinner invitations; admission tickets; souvenir medals, buttons and ribbons; names and addresses of various members of business and professional clubs. 

11:03 

pc of press cuttings relating to various individuals in the news: obituaries, marriage announcements, biographical pieces, etc. 

11:04 

pc of press cuttings relating to national political news, 1898-1925. 

11:05 

pc of press cuttings relating to international news events, 1920-1929. 

11:06 

pc of press cuttings on a variety of subjects. 

11:07 

Unsigned greeting cards, inspirational leaflets, etc. 51 pieces. 

B. Robertson Clan/Family 

 

12:01 

History of the Clan Robertson of Athole, Scotland, From THE HISTORY OF THE HIGHLANDERS by James Browne, LL.D. ccTMs draft transcription with AMs corrections, 7p; the name of Geo. F. Robertson, Paris, Texas, written at top. 

Family record excised from unknown source listing birth dates for Samuel Worcester Robertson, Corcas Platt, and children; on verso, marriage dates for Samuel Worcester Robertson, Eliza Robertson, and Julia Augusta Robertson, 1p; TMs transcriptiong of same, 1p. 

ROBERTSON FAMILY RECORDS. Publishers brochure announcing the publication issued by the American Historical-Genealogical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jan 1929. 

AMs draft list of items/notations Alice Robertson found in the family bible, 1p. 

Robertson, Alice Mary 

12:02 

AMsS draft vita, 1p. 

TMs draft transcription of an entry in WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA, 1924-1925 edition, 1p. 

AMs draft biography by Spenser S. Stephens, 10 Aug 1910, 5p, with cover ALS, 1s. 

ccTMs draft biographical piece with AMs revisions, 3p; TMs draft of same with further revisions and additions, 3p. 

ccTMs incomplete draft of a play about Alice Robertson with AMs revisions, 4p. 

Last Will and Testament. ccTMs draft, 30 Apr 1928, 2p. 

pc of press cuttings of biographical pieces and obituaries appearing in various US newspapers. (See also: SERIES VI: Oversize) 

Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta 

12:03 

Menu and music programme from a European cruise. 

TMs draft document pertaining to Cornelius Carr (deceased) pertaining to the rightful ownership of land given him by NBM, with AMs revisions, 2p. ccTMs of same, 2 copies. 

pc press cuttings about AAlice Robertson. 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester 

12:04 

pc press cuttings in which Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson is mentioned. 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. AMs draft biographical work written by Charles Gibson, 2p with cover ANS >Alice Robertson, n.d. 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. Reprint of obituary originally appearing in the MUSKOGEE EVENING TIMES, 21 Nov 1905. 4 copies. 

12:05 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. Desk calendar with AMs notes, appointments, etc., for Jun-Dec 1897. 

12:06 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. Pocket notebook. Includes list of expenses of a journey taken beginning Jul 1853 and notes pertaining to Dr. and Mrs. A.P. Merriman and their departure from Chicago to New Hampshire, Oct 14. 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. Pocket notebook. Includes grocery lists, clothing lists, sporadic daily appointments and reminders. Jan 1895-1904. 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. Wall calendar with AMs notes for Feb-Dec 1902. 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. AMs draft list by Alice Robertson of books from the library of Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson as of Nov 1905, 2p. 

Robertson, Mary 

Matoon Female Seminary report of progress, 17 Apr 1863. 

Robertson, William Shenck 

12:07 

AMs draft biographical piece written in Ann Eliza Worcester Robertsonís hand, 2p; TMs transcription of same, 3p. 

The Teacher. TMs draft biographical piece, author unknown, 2p with ccTMs fragment of same, 1p; TMs transcription of same, 3p. 

Constitution and By-laws and rules of Mercantile Lodge, No. 8 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 1846. 

Mercantile Lodge, No. 8 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Certificates of membership, Mar 1847, Jul 1847, Jan 1848. 

TMs transcription of a translated obituary notice written by L.C. Perryman, originally appearing in the INDIAN JOURNAL, Oct 1881, 1p; ccTMs of same, 1p. 

TMs draft bio/obituary, author unknown, 5p. 

ccTMs draft transcription of obituary by L.C. Perryman, transcribed by SWR with AN. 

(See also: SERIES VI: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

C. Worcester Family 

12:08 

AMs draft genealogical information compiled and presented by Althea L. Bass, 7p; TMs transcription of same, 4p. 

TMs transcription of notes found in the Worcester family book, 1p. 

Worcester, Edwin Dean. Excised page from THE NATIONAL CYCLOPAEDIA. 

Worcester, Sarah. ccTMs draft biographical piece, author unknown, 1p. 

Worcester, Samuel Austin. "A Biographical Sketch of the Reverend Samuel Austin Worcester," by Pliny H. White. Written for the Vermont Historical Society, and read at a special meeting of the Society at Burlington, 23 Jan 1861, 4p. 

Worcester, Samuel Austin. Cover TLS Vermont State Library >Althea Bass in reference to the above biographical sketch, Jun 1933,1s. 

Worcester, Samuel Austin. AMs draft transcription, in Ann Eliza Worcester Robertsonís hand, of the inscription appearing on the head stone of Samuel Austin Worcester, 1p. Includes the inscription appearing on the head stone of Rev. H. Ballentine. 

pc of press cuttings about Samuel Austin Worcester. 

AMs notes by Alice Robertson, written on an envelope, in reference to Leonard Worcester, John Orr, and Samuel Worcester Robertson. 

D. Miscellaneous genealogical/biographical 

12:09 

Avery, John/Joseph/Mary. TMs draft brief biographical piece, with AMs revisions, 1p. ccTMs, another version, 1p. 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. pc press cuttings and obituary. 

Loughridge, Robert McGill. TMs draft brief biographical piece transcribed from the First Presbyterian Church MANUAL OF MINISTERS, with AMs revisions, 1p. 

AMs draft fragment of an obituary by Alice Robertson, 23 May 1900, 1p. 

Hopkins-Worcester lineage. AMs incomplete draft, 7p. 

Robertson/Hopkins/Edwards/Stoddard. TMs draft list, 1p.  

Hicks and Hopson. AMs note in reference to the cousins of Mrs. N.B. Moore and Alice Robertson, 1p.  

ccTMs draft, unidentified lineage, with AMs revisions, 1p.  

Memorial card for Sophorina and Lois Clarinda Loomis.