Papers of the Robertson and Worcester families, 1815-1932.
1931.001

Summary Information

Repository
University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Creator - Compiler
Robertson, Alice Mary, 1854-1931
Title
Papers of the Robertson and Worcester families
ID
1931.001
Date [inclusive]
1815-1932
Extent
71.0 Linear feet 61 document boxes, 1 flat document box, oversized materials.
Language
Multiple languages
Language
These materials are in English and in Creek (Muskogee).

Preferred Citation note

Papers of the Robertson and Worcester families, 1815-1932. Coll No. 1931.001. McFarlin Library. Department of Special Collections and University Archives. University of Tulsa.

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Biographical/Historical note

Alice Mary Robertson was an instrumental figure in the history of The University of Tulsa and she was the first and, so far, only woman to represent Oklahoma in the United States Congress.

Robertson was born Jan. 2, 1854, at the Tullahassee Mission in the Creek Nation, Indian Territory (now Tullahassee, Oklahoma) to parents serving as missionaries to the Native Americans living there. Self-taught early in life, Robertson later attended Elmira College in Elmira, New York. She served as a clerk for the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington, D.C. from 1873 to 1879. Robertson later taught school at Tullahassee and the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pa.

In 1885, she was appointed head of the Presbyterian School for Indian Girls in Muskogee. In 1894, the boarding school developed into Henry Kendall College. In 1907, the college relocated to Tulsa and later became known as The University of Tulsa.

Robertson left Henry Kendall College in 1899 to work for the U.S. Census Bureau in Washington, D.C., but returned to Muskogee in 1900 after President Theodore Roosevelt appointed her as the first government supervisor of Creek Indian schools. She served as postmaster in Muskogee from 1905 to 1913, and her service to troops during World War I led to the formation of the Muskogee Chapter of the American Red Cross.

In 1920, Robertson was elected to the 2nd District of Oklahoma in the U.S. House of Representatives. She served from March 4, 1921 to March 3, 1923, but was unsuccessful in her bid for re-election. She was the second woman elected to Congress and the first woman elected after the passage of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteeing women's voting rights. Her tenure was marked by her strong personality, commitment to Native American issues, and conservative views on women's issues, including equal rights, birth control, maternity issues, sex education and childcare funding. She was known as a fiery and colorful speaker who was in much demand to speak nationally.

Following her Congressional term, Robertson was appointed by President Warren G. Harding as a welfare worker at the Veterans Hospital in Muskogee. Robertson died on July 1, 1931. She bequeathed her personal library and family papers to The University of Tulsa's McFarlin library, which houses the materials in its special collections department.

Her grandfather (Samuel Austin Worcester) and her parents were missionaries to the Creeks; her mother was one of the first women to earn a PhD and translated much of the Bible into the Creek (Muskogee) language.

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Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, Creek (Muskogee) tribal materials, scrapbooks, photos, memorabilia and printed matter, pertaining to Samuel Austin Worcester, missionary to the Cherokees, his daughter Anna Eliza Worcester Robertson, his granddaughter Alice Mary Robertson, her father William Schenck Robertson, other members of her family, the reverent Timothy Hill, Robert McGill Loughridge, John Lowrie, James C. Pilling, and Pleasant Porter. Concerns missions, indian education, printing and publishing in the Indian Territory, the Indian Territory in the Civil War, and Oklahoma Politics during the 1920s.

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Arrangement note

The collection is organized into five series: Series 1: Writings; Series 2: Correspondence; Series 3: Personal Papers; Series 4: Photographs; Series 5: Miscellaneous; and Series 6: Oversize. Some oversize material is in Map Case 2.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections and University Archives 1997 January.

McFarlin Library
University of Tulsa
2933 E. 6th St
Tulsa, OK, 74104-3123
918-631-2496
Marc-carlson@utulsa.edu

Revision Description

 Merged older finding aids into DACS style. 2009 September

Access

This material is open for research use by any registered reader.

Use and Copyright

This material is owned by the University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from both the repository.

Processing Information note

This collection was initially organized by students working in the library in 1934. Later it was more fully organized by WPA writers directed by Althea Bass, and then later, 1958-1961, by Hope Holloway, and her assistants, Clare Kerr and Ann Wilke. It was completely rearranged and described in 1997 by Milissa Burkart.

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Controlled Access Headings

Family Name(s)

  • Worcester family

Geographic Name(s)

  • Indian Territory -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • Oklahoma -- Politics and government -- 1907.

Personal Name(s)

  • Robertson, Alice Mary, 1854-1931
  • Worcester, S. A., (Samuel Austin), 1798-1859

Subject(s)

  • Creek Indians.
  • Creek Language.
  • Indians of North America -- Education.
  • Indians of North America -- Indian Territory -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • Indians of North America -- Missions.
  • Missions -- Indian Territory.
  • Presbyterian Church -- Missions.
  • Printing -- Oklahoma -- History.

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General note

This collection has informally been known as the Alice Robertson papers and the Alice Robertson collection.

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Cited in.

National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections, MS 61-3290.

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Collection Inventory

 1931-001-0 Alice Robertson library 1830-1927   15.0 Linear feet 119 cataloged volumes, plus over 200 uncataloged.

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Alice Robertson papers 1815-1931   30.0 Linear feet sixty-one legal-sized document boxes and one flat document box, with oversized materials housed in Map Case 2.

Writings: General 

Scope and Contents note

The general writings consist of autograph typescript, and carbon copy typescript drafts of historical accounts, biographical and autobiographical pieces, reminiscences, articles, stories, sermons, hymns, speeches, and plays, written by or about various individuals, institutions, and locations. Authors include Alice Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, William Shenck Robertson, Hannah Worcester Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight Hitchcock, Robert McGill Loughridge, Napoleon Bonaparte Moore, Nancy Thompson, Sarah Worcester, and Samuel Austin Worcester. The general writings are arranged alphabetically by surname of author, name of institution, or name of location.

 1931.001.1.1.1 Adams - Bass   1.0 Folders

Adams, Thomas (See Series 1: Writings: Moore, Napoleon Bonapart) 

Ballentine, Rev. H. (See Series 1: Writings: Worcester, Samuel Austin) 

Barter, Laura. "Carried All the Days." Handwritten transcription, in Anna Eliza Worcester Robertson's hand, of excerpts from the Old Testament with handwritten note, "From my niece, Laura--sent to Mrs. Perry Jul 29, 1901," 1p 

Bass, Althea 

"The Inheritance of Alice Robertson." Carbon copy typescript paper for the 1955 annual meeting of the Oklahoma Memorial Association, delivered by James M. Babcock, 21p. 

General note

Gift of Dr. A.M. Gibson, Archivist, University of Oklaoma, Oct 1958.

"The Story of Tullahassee." Typed list of citations in the story, taken from the Alice Robertson papers, 3p. 

(See also Series I: Writings: Worcester, Samuel Austin) 

 1931.001.1.1.2 Checote, Samuel   1.0 Folders

Oath of office of the Principal Chief, Muskogee Nation; printed in both English and Creek. 9 Sept 1872 

Handwritten document authorizing the Principal Chief to appoint and commission a collector of monies for claims and taxes accruing from the sale of timber and stone, 1p. 1 Dec 1871 

Typed transcription of a speech given at a meeting of the Peace Commissioner's Council, 3p. Dec 1874 

Mimeograph of a handwritten speech following the signing of the peace agreement at Muskogee, Indian Territory, 2p. Typed transcription of same, 3p. (See also Series 1: Fisk, Clinton B.) 10 Aug 1883 

 1931.001.1.1.3 Cherokee Female - De Groot   1.0 Folders

Cherokee Female Seminary. Handwritten fragment of Order of Exercises for Examination Day, 1p. Typed transcription of same, 1p. 1 Aug 1855 

Cherokees, Georgia. "Early Life and Contemporary Cherokee History." Typed biographical sketch, author unknown, regarding the Cherokee brothers, Gah-na-tah-tle-gi (Major Ridge) and Oo-wa-tee (David Oo-wa-tee, father of Elias Boudinot), 2p. (See also Series I: Writings: Robertson, Alice Mary) 

Claremore Mound. (See Series 1: Writings: Eaton, Rachel Caroline) 

De Groot, John L. Photocopy of a newspaper column, "Old Timer," regarding Alice Robertson. 

 1931.001.1.1.4 De Lano, Charles Maitland   1.0 Folders

Handwritten biographical sketch by Amanda De Lano Thornton, 3p. Typed transcription of same, 2p. 

Incomplete carbon copy of another version, 1p, 2 copies. 

Typescript by Amanda De Lano Thornton regarding the removal of her father's headstone from the gravesite near those of the Worcesters, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.1.5 Dwight Mission   1.0 Folders

Typed history of the mission named in honor of Timothy Dwight, in two versions, 2p each. 

Photocopy of an article by H.C. Hansen, Superintendent of Dwight Mission, appearing in The Daily Oklahoman, regarding the mission's centennial. 23 Sept 1928 

 1931.001.1.1.6 Eaton, Rachel Caroline   1.0 Folders

"A Legend of the Battle of Claremore Mound." Carbon copy typescript with handwritten revisions and additions, 11p. 

Edwards - Fisk 

Edwards, John. Handwriten fragment on Psalms, 1p. 

Fisk, Clinton B. Mimeograph handwritten speech given following the signing of the peace agreement at Muskogee, 1p. (See also Series 1: Writings: Checote, Samuel) 10 Aug 1883 

 1931.001.1.1.7 Fleming, John   1.0 Folders

Typed biographical sketch of the missionary and his wife, Margaret, 5p. 

Typed genealogical information pertaining to his father, John Fleming, who fought in the Revolutionary War, 1p. 

Typed transcriptions of Rev. Fleming's letters to his mother from Fort Gibson, 1836, and to his sister from Wealaka Mission, 2p. 1837 

Typed transcriptions of three songs by Rev. Fleming: "Fight the Good Fight," "Jesus is Calling," and "A Soliloquy," 1p each. 

 1931.001.1.1.8 Harrison - Hicks   1.0 Folders

Harrison, W.H.H. "The Influence of Greek Ideas Upon the Christian Religion." Handwritten thesis, 33p. 

Hicks, Hannah. (See Series 1: Writings: Hitchcock, Hannah Worcester) 

 1931.001.1.1.9-10 Hitchcock, Hannah Worcester   2.0 Folders

Handwritten draft of reminiscences of Indian Territory and the Cherokees, 4p. 

 1931.001.1.1.10 "Cycle of Indian Territory History." Typescript of historical account with handwritten revisions, 2p; typescript of a second version, 3p; carbon copy of a third version, 3p. 

Photocopy of a microfilm copy of Hannah W. Hitchcock's diary written at Park Hill with entries dating from, 47p. (Original diary housed at Gilcrease Museum) 17 Aug 1862-20 Feb 1863 

Photocopy of an article about Hannah W. Hitchcock and her diary appearing in The Tulsa Tribune. 31 Aug 1972 

 1931.001.1.1.11-13 Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight   3.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.1.11-12 Photocopy of a microfilm copy of Daniel Dwight Hitchcock's diary, 66p. 1852, 1854, 1857, 1860, 1862-1863 

General note

Original diary housed at Gilcrease Museum.

 1931.001.1.1.13 Journal, 119p 1867 

General note

Original journal housed at Gilcrease Museum.

Typed and signed letter from Mrs. Amos G. Draper, Editor Genealogical Department, American Monthly Magazine to Alice Mary Robertson. In reference to the family history of the Hitchcocks, 1s. 15 Dec 1911 

 1931.001.1.1.14 Holderman, Pearl C.   1.0 Folders

Handwritten transcriptions of inspirational poems on 21 index cards, collected by Holderman for Alice Robertson. 

 1931.001.1.1.15 Ispahekchar - Loomis   1.0 Folders

Ispahekchar, Principal Chief, Muskogee Nation 

Handwritten and signed report of the commissioned committee to ensure fair and honest allotment of lands by the land office in Muskogee, 9p. 

Handwritten address in which he expresses his approval of the corporeal and spiritual education the Creek children are receiving, 2p. 

Laslie, Robert A. Handwritten autobiographical account, 14p; typed transcription of same with handwritten revisions, (transcribed out of sequence) 4p. 

Loomis, Augustus Ward. Typed fragment of a transcription from Scenes in the Indian Country, 1p; typed fragment of commentary bearing handwritten revisions in Alice Robertson's hand, 1p. 1859 

 1931.001.1.1.18 McBeth - Merriman   1.0 Folders

McBeth, Sue. Evangelist and missionary to the Nez Perce. Carbon copy of a typed biographical notes and inventories pertaining to relevant materials housed with the Oklahoma Historical Society and the San Francisco Theological Seminary Library, 24p; written and/or compiled by Kate McBeth and Hope Holway. 

McIntosh, S. Emerson Handwritten and signed draft poem, "Ode To Miss Alice M. Robertson," 1p; typed and carbon copy typed transcriptions of same, 1p each. 

Merriman, Grace. (See Series 1: Writings: Robertson, Grace Leeds) 

 1931.001.1.1.17 Loughridge, Robert M.   1.0 Folders

"History of Mission Work Among the Creek Indians From 1832 to 1888. Under the Direction of the Board of Foreign Missions, Presbyterian Church in the USA." Mimeograph of a typed transcription of 15p. (Original manuscript housed with the Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 

Another typed copy of previous manuscript, 23p. Includes typed and signed letter from Rev. C.W. Kerr (Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Tulsa, Oklahoma) to Alice Robertson, regarding the manuscript, 1s. 5 Jun 1931 

General note

Gift of Mrs. Fred D. Oiler, Sept 1962.

Typed and carbon copy typed transcription of an autobiographical sketch, 6p. 

 1931.001.1.1.17 Martin - McBeth   1.0 Folders

Martin, Julia M. Typed and carbon copy typed play "When Heroes Come Home," with handwritten revisions, 22p. 

McBeth, Kate. (See Series 1: Writings: McBeth Sue) 

 1931.001.1.1.19 Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte - Porter   1.0 Folders

Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte 

Handwritten and signed draft contract between the Muskogee Nation (F.W. Perryman, Thomas Adams, and Napoleon B. Moore) and the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church of the United States, in which the Muskogee Nation agrees to pay $2,500 towards the cost of one or more school buildings and $1,400 towards the defrayment of expenses during the first two quarters of the school's existence, 2p. Nov 1882 

Handwritten draft, another version, 2p. No date 

Handwritten contract between the Muskogee Nation (F.W. Perryman, Thomas Adams, and Napoleon B. Moore) and William A. Madden (Muskogee, IT) for construction of the mission school, 1p. Aug 1884 

Handwritten document confirming the legal appointment of Napoleon B. Moore as Treasurer of the Muskogee Nation, 1p.  7 Nov 1888 

Handwritten bond agreement between the Muskogee Nation and Napoleon B Moore as National Treasurer of the Muskogee Nation, 2p. 8 Oct 1889 

Handwritten drafts of the treasurer's report to the National Council of the Muskogee Nation, 5p. 7 Oct 1890 

Handwritten report of the National Tax Collector of the Muskogee Nation, 3rd quarter, 1p. 1897 

Orr, [John]. Handwritten notes on Matthew and John, 2p. 

Perryman, F.W. (See Series 1: Writings: Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte) 

Perryman, James. Typed biographical account, author unknown, 2p. 

Plunkett, Mrs. H.M. 

Typed and carbon copy typed incomplete drafts of a biographical piece, "Ten Co-Educated Girls Two Hundred Years Ago," regarding Timothy Edwards family of Connecticut, US, 12p each. 

Photocopy of article as it appeared in Scribner's Magazine [?]. No date 

Porter, Pleasant. (See Series 1: Writings: Tiger, Moty) 

 1931.001.2.1-10; 3.1-10; 4.1-5 Robertson, Alice Mary   25.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.2.1 "A vast expanse of treeless green, swept by the soft summer wind in gentle waves on either side the irregular outline of hills...." Incomplete handwritten draft story in a writing tablet, 33p; photocopy of same. 

"After the world's great cataclysms, when things, animate and inanimate, are alike stupendous...." Carbon copy typesd essay encouraging American women to help win the war, 3p. 

[Aid for the Elderly.] Photocopied press cutting of a letter to the editor. Circa 1927 

"Although the capitol of the Creek Nation was established at Okmulgee in the year 1868 I had never been there during the period that the sessions of the Council were held in the log Council House...." 

Typed memoir with handwritten revisions, 6p. 

Typed and carbon copy typed draft, another version, 2 copies, 5p each. 

[American Agriculture.] Typed congressional speech in reference to the McNary-Haugen Bill, written on eight index cards, with handwritten revisions. 

"Among the Indians. The Peace Commission at Muskogee. A Territorial Government in the Indian Territory to be Recommended." 

Carbon copy typed account, with handwritten revisions, 21p. 

Incomplete corrected draft, part carbon copy typed and typed, with further handwritten revisions, 14p. 

"Apples." Handwritten and signed essay, signed "M.A. Robertson," 1p. 

"At the Indian Hospital." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 7 Sept 1930 

"At the Unveiling Ceremony." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 27 Apr 1930 

"At Will Rogers' Home Town." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 2 Mar 1930 

[Child Labor Amendment.] (See Series 1: Writings: Robertson, Alice Mary: Unidentified) 

 1931.001.1.2.2 "Christmas Time in the Early Days." Typed transcription of an account of the first Christmas at Tullahassee after the Civil War, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, 6p. (See also Series 6: Oversize) 25 Dec 1908 

"The City Hospital." Essay appearing in the program for a benefit for a hospital, featuring the Ladies Minstrels. Hinton Theatre. 20 Dec 1905 

"The City's Public Library." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 21 Sept 1930 

[Clara Barton Auxiliary.] Carbon copy typed speech, with handwritten revisions, given at a meeting to elect auxiliary officers, 3p. No date 

"Claremore is not so easy of access from Muskogee as it might be...." Photocopied press cutting of an article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 2 Mar 1930 

"Coweta Mission was eighteen miles west of Tullahassee...." 

Typed memoir with handwritten revisions, 2p. 

Typed corrected draft, 2p; carbon copy of same. 

"...The Creek Indians have a school population of 1700. They have 26 day schools taught by incompetent teachers and unprovided with proper school facilities...." Handwritten statement and request by the Ladies Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church, to erect boarding school for Creek children; Washington, DC, 1p. 6 Feb 1883 

[Dear Phoenix...] Photocopied press cuttings of a series of letters written during Alice Robertson's travels from Alaska to New York, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. Jul-Sept 1892 

"Documents of My Ancestors." Photocopied press cutting of an article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 19 Jan 1930 

"Dreams." 

Handwritten and signed composition, 3p. Mar 1872 

Typed draft of same. 

"Echoes From Camp." Handwritten lyrics, 5p; excised musical scores pasted down, 1p. 

"A few moments ago I crossed over to the other side of the House to inquire of gentlemen from North Carolina whether very much of this stuff (holding up the can of filled milk) was used in their State...." Carbon copy typed speech, 4p. No date 

"At the Polls on Tuesday." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 17 Aug 1930 

"The Fifteenth Free Fair." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 12 Oct 1930 

"Flag Day Ceremony." Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining to ceremonies in Tulsa, Oklahoma, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 22 Jun 1930 

"For the Uniform to Women Means America Itself. Alice Robertson Tells Why She Adores Khaki." Photocopied press cutting of an article appearing in the Muskogee Times-Democrat. Circa 1916 

"Forty-eight years ago today I spent my first Fourth of July in Muskogee...." Photocopied press cutting of an article titled "Katy Park Scene of City's Early Fourth Celebration." 7 Jul 1929 

"The Founding of Harvard." Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining to the establishment of Harvard University, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 23 Mar 1930 

"Fowls." Handwritten and signed essay signed "M.A. Robertson," 1p. 9 Jun 1860 

"A Gathering of Notables." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 23 Feb 1930 

"General Miles' Life Touched Miss Alice." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 20 May 1925 

"Geography." Handwritten essay, 2p. 

"The Grasshopper." Handwritten essay fragment. (See Series 1: Writings: Robertson, Alice Mary: "Our Minister.") 

"The Hall of Fame." Two articles appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, . (See Series 6: Oversize) 1 Jun 1930, 31 Aug 1930 

"Historic Church to Go." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 22 Dec 1929 

"The Historical Society Meeting." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 2 Feb 1930 

"I had duly received two invitations to be present in Oklahoma City on the occasion of the state of Oklahoma's twenty-second birthday...." Photocopied of an article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 24 Nov 1929 

"I have often thought that no congress in the history of our government was a more wonderful one the the 67th...." Photocopied of an article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 3 Nov 1929 

"I was a sophomore when fifty-three years ago I left college...." Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

"In February 188[5] a contract was made by and between S.J. Crawford, an Attorney formerly of Kansas, now of Washington and L.C. Perryman and [?] Emarthle, delegate of the Creek Nation, by which said Crawford was to receive a percentage of all money to be paid to the Creeks under the extinguishment of their title to that portion of their former domain popularly known as 'Oklahoma'...." Handwritten statement addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, written in a writing tablet, 16p; photocopy of same. 

"In looking through some old scrap books, I found the following yellowed old clipping...which describes the laying of the cornerstone of the old Agency Chateau on Honor Heights...." Photocopied press cutting of an article titled, "Chateau on Hill Marked an Epoch." 25 Aug 1929 

 1931.001.1.2.3 "In Observance of Easter." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 20 Apr 1930 

"The Indian Fair--1879." Photocopied press cutting of an article. 29 Sept 1929 

"Indian Territory. Three Invited--Forty-Three Came." Excised article about Alice Robertson appearing in Words From Workers, no date. 

"Indian Territory has reached the period of transition form tribal government to that of statehood...." Typed speech given at an Oklahoma convention, with handwritten revisions, 3p. 

[Intolerance and the Presbyterian Church.] Printed copy of an open letter to fellow Presbyterians and members of Bethany Church and the First Church, concerning the issue of religion in the presidential campaign. 3 copies. 23 Oct 1928 

"It is expected that in the ordinary course of procedure this bill will come up for action within the next three or four weeks...." Carbon copy typed draft [to constituents] in reference to the Bonus Bill and veteran's pensions, 1p, 2 copies. 

"It is not unfair in considering a bill that comes from a Committee to consider also the make up of the Committee reporting it...." Typed commentary, 1p. 

"It is unconstitutional. It is class legislation...." Handwritten notes for a speech, 2p. 

"It is very difficult to know just where to begin the story of Presbyterian Mission work among the Southwestern Indians this side of the Mississippi...." 

Carbon copy typed draft with handwritten revisions, 1p. 

Corrected typed draft, 1p; carbon copy of same. 

"It is weeks since I began the preparation of this plea to you. In the mean while, with the quiet pride of wanting to get by myself I quietly sought other work by which it might be possible but without avail...." Handwritten fragment with handwritten revisions, 1p. 

[John Elliott's Homestead.] Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining the relocation of the Elliott family cottage on West Broadway, Muskogee, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 15 Feb 1907 

"June 5, 1917...Do you remember this day eight years ago?...." Photocopied press cutting of an article. Circa 1925 

"Justice of the Puritans." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 13 Jul 1930 

"Kiddy Stories." Photocopied press cutting of a story about pelicans. 12 Nov 1925 

"A Landmark Passes." Article pertaining to the National Hotel in Washington, DC, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 12 Jan 1930 

"The Last Christmas at Tullahassee." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 25 Dec 1910 

"Letters From Washington." Photocopied of press cuttings of a series of letters relating the social and political environment of the Capital city for the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See also Series 6: Oversize) Dec 1899-May 1900 

 1931.001.1.2.4 Memoirs and Reminiscences 

"My Memoirs." Typed transcription, with handwritten revisions, of the first chapter of the book being written at the time of Alice Robertson's death, 5p. 

"I remember a mid-summer day, when all the family, except one or two that stayed at the house with the stuff, went into Tahlequah, five miles from Park Hill...." 

Carbon copy and typed transcription, with handwritten revisions, in reference to the Robertson family prior to and at the time of their exile during the Civil War, 32p. 

Revised typed with further handwritten revisions, 19p. 

"The summer of 1860, when I was six years old, is one of melancholy, looking backward...." 

Typed draft fragment, with handwritten revisions, 3p. 

Revised typed draft with further handwritten revisions, 2p; typed and carbon copy of same, 2p each. 

Incomplete typescript, another version, 6p. 

"After our year in Winniconnee, in early Autum[n] of 1862 we went to Matoon, Ill[inois] where the Rev. and Mrs. D.F. McFarland were attempting to start a high school for boys and young men and the Matoon Female Seminary...." Typed fragment, 1p. 

"It was an all day journey each way...." Typed account of the journey to Park Hill, 2p. 

"It was mid-March in Indian Territory...." Typed fragment, 1p; carbon copy of same. 

"An outstandin[g] memory of going to Grand pa's was always stopping for our wayside dinner at Bayou Manard, four miles beyond Fort Gibson...." Typed fragment, 1p. 

"In going from Tullahassee to grand-father[']s mission at Park Hill we usually had to cross the Verdigris, and then the Grand...." Carbon copy draft, with handwritten revision, 4p. 

"The spring and summer of 1867 was the wettest ever known in the country at that time...." Typed draft with handwritten revisions, 1p; revised carbon copy, 2p. 

"As the months passed, there was a drifting back of the Indians, who were refugees in Texas and the Southern part of the Indian Territory...." Typescript with handwritten revisions, 4p; revised carbon copy with further handwritten corrections, 5p. 

"On October 29, 1869, the school term opened with the full number of pupils with which it had closed in 1861, forty boys and forty girls...." Carbon copy typescript, 2p. 

"....From the middle of October to the middle of July, Tullahassee had its throng of Indian boys and girls attending boarding school...." Typed fragment, 2p. 

"Col. Samuel Checote, the Soldier." 

Typed fragment, with handwritten revisions, 1p. 

Carbon copy typed draft of same with handwritten revisions and additions differing from those of the previous draft, 2p. 

"At the time Tullahassee was burned, December 20, 1880, Col. Checote was Principal Chief of the Creeks...." Typed draft with handwritten revisions, 2p; revised typescript, 2p. 

"We lingered long about the fire that night, busying ourselves with the simple preparations we were making for what we realized only too well was to be our last Christmas at old Tullahassee...." Article excised from the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, pasted on verso of Congressional stationery, 2p. (See also Series 6: Oversize) 

"At that time I was with my mother and sister at the ranch of my brother-in-law, N.B. Moore, near the present town of Haskell. A messenger was sent out to me to come in to be ready to act as Secretary in the Peace Conference...." Carbon copy with handwritten revisions, 3p. 

"After the outbreak of the insurgents under Isparhecher [or Ispahekchar] in the winter of 1882-1883...I went to Okmulgee for the purpose of confering with the Creek authorities...." 

Carbon copy with handwritten revisions, 6p. 

Revised typescript, 7p; carbon copy of same. 

"In August, 1884, having finished my work in connection with raising funds and building the Mission at Nuyaka, I began my own individual work as teacher at Okmulgee...." 

Carbon copy typescript with handwritten revisions and additions to text, 2p. 

Revised typescript, 2p; carbon copy of same. 

"A Thanksgiving When Redmen Roamed Muskogee." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 28 Nov 1912 

 1931.001.1.2.5 "Memorable were those days in the early summer of '98, when the streets of Muskogee were thronged with young men who came and went in groups...." 

Carbon copy typed fragment, 2p. 

Typescript with handwritten revisions, 3p. 

"Miss Alice Robertson was very much pleased yesterday to receive a warm congratulatory telegram from Mrs. Helen Longstreet of Gainesville, Georgia...." Typed article, with handwritten revisions in Alice Robertson's hand and excised fragment of an article from an unidentified journal pasted on; in reference to a postmasters convention, 3p. 

"Miss Alice Says." Photocopied press cuttings of a daily column appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See also Series 6: Oversize) Aug-Nov 1925 

"Miss Alice Tells Cleveland Story." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize for original tear sheet and related articles, "Miss Alice Tells More of Big Time" and "Skelly's Dinner Impressed Alice") 17 Jun 1924 

"Miss Alice Tells of Trip to White House in Early Days." Photocopied press cutting of article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. No date 

"Miss Alice Tells More of Big Time." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize for original tear sheet and related articles, "Miss Alice Tells Cleveland Story" and Skelly's Dinner Impressed Alice") 23 Jun 1924 

"Missions among the Cherokees East would seem to have started in 1801. It will be remembered that there had been many alliances between Indian families and soldiers of the English crown...." 

Typescript with handwritten revisions, 2p. 

Revised typescript with handwritten corrections, 2p. carbon copy draft, another copy, 2p. 

"The Morning After the Primary." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 3 Aug 1930 

[The Muskogee Daily Phoenix.] Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining to the establishment of the newpaper after the fire in 1887, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 17 Nov 1927 

[Muskogee Prison.] Photocopied press cutting of reminiscences of the unrest at the old stockade prison in 1898. 4 Aug 1929 

"Muskogee's Early Fairs." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 5 Oct 1930 

"Muskogee's Historic Spot." Article appearing in theMuskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 9 Feb 1930 

"My Christmas Orange." Photocopied press cuttings of an account of the Robertson family Christmas in 1882 appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix and another unidentified newspaper. Dec 1921 

 1931.001.1.2.6 "My Old Gray Blanket." Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining to experiences during the five years as superintendent of the Creek Nation schools, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 8 Dec 1925 

"Nancy Thompson." (See Series 1: Writings: Thompson, Nancy) 

[National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.] Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining to the conference; incomplete. No date 

"The newspapers announced that a delegation of women were to urge the President to appoint a woman member of the Disarmament Committee...." Mimeographed statement in reference to her being misquoted, with handwritten revision, 1p. 3 copies. 

"A Nurse From Muskogee." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 26 Jan 1930 

[Oklahoma/Sequoyah statehood.] Typed stenographer's draft, with handwritten revisions, of a speech given by Alice Robertson at a meeting of the Lake Mohonk Conference of Friends of the Indian and other Dependent Peoples in which Alice Robertson argues for Indian Territory to be divided into two separate states, 5p. 

Typed cover letter from Conference secretary to Alice Robertson, 1s. 10 Nov 1905 

Incomplete carbon copy of a speech, with handwritten revisions, to the women of Connecticut, 6p. 

Photocopied press cutting of a related article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 22 Sept 1929 

 1931.001.1.2.7 "One hundred and fifty years ago Jas. Oglethorpe an English philanthropist sought and obtained the royal charter to an extensive tract of land in the new world for founding a colony...." Handwritten draft, 8p. 

"Our Christmas at the Mission had been deferred for reasons that had not been stated with sufficient detail...." Typed fragment, 1p; carbon copy of same. 

"Our Minister." Handwritten and signed essay, signed "Mary Alice," 1p. Includes handwritten essay fragment, "The Grasshopper." 

"Outside and Inside." Handwritten and signed essay, 2p. 25 Oct 1871 

"Paddy Carr." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 15 Dec 1929 

"A Pioneer of Muskogee." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix . (See Series 6: Oversize) 27 Apr 1930 

[Portland Rose Festival.] "No city in America has made a more profound impression upon me than yours...." Typed speech with handwritten revisions, 2p. (See also: Series 4: Photographs) 

"Preserving Historic Spots." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 6 Apr 1930 

"Quaker Policy Nothing New to Indians." Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining to Quakers taking charge of Indian agencies, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. Circa 1929 

"The recent celebration by the First Methodist Episcopal Church South of Muskogee, Oklahoma, is full of historical incidents...." Incomplete typescript, 2p. 

[Republican National Convention.] Photocopied press cutting of an article pertaining to Alice Robertson's impressions of the convention in Cleveland, Ohio. No date 

[Republican State Convention. Bangor, Maine.] 

Typed press release with handwritten correction, pertaining to Alice Robertson, her family history, and her reasons for accepting the invitation to speak at the convention, 3p; another copy, 2p. 

Typed speech given by Alice Robertson, 2p; carbon copy of same. 

 1931.001.1.2.8 "Rules of Council." Handwritten draft, 6p. 

"Sawokla Cafeteria." 

Photocopied press cuttings of advertisement/commentary column appearing in various newspapers including the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, Muskogee Times-Democrat, and Kansas City Star. Circa 1920 

Typescript of proposed text, 1p, with photocopied press cutting of column as it appeared. 

"The School That Went." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 8 Jun 1930 

 1931.001.1.2.9 "Scene. R.R. depot at Dayton, Ohio. Time, midnight dramatis personae...." Handwritten draft account of a train trip to Elmira College, 2p. Circa 4 Sept 1872 

"Scenes in the Indian Country." Typed account of a year's experiences amongst the Creek Indians, 2p; carbon copy of same. 

"Several requests were made to me that my article this week should tell of Clarence W. Turner, admittedly Muskogee's greatest early town builder...." Photocopied press cutting of an article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix . 28 Sept 1930 

"Skelly's Dinner Impressed Alice." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize for original tear sheet and related articles, "Miss Alice Tells Cleveland Story" and "Miss Alice Tells More of Big Time") 15 Jun 1924 

"Socialist Vote Noteworthy." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 10 Nov 1929 

"The Southern Commercial Congress." Article on Alice Robertson's reminiscences, appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix . (See Series 6: Oversize) 30 Mar 1930 

"Spring Conventions Are Underway." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 30 Mar 1930 

"Step Into My Parlor." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 22 Sept 1929 

"Supreme Court Justices." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 16 Feb 1930 

[Tariff on oil.] Typed draft [transcription from the Congressional Record], with handwritten revisions, of Alice Robertson's objection to the decision of the Ways and Means Committee to place a tariff on oil, 4p. 

"This Administration is striving for Economy and Efficiency. The Government has called for bids from Everett and Seattle for contract to carry mail to Whidby Island...." Handwritten argument for Everett, Washington, to be given contract, 2p. 

"This is the year of the long session of Congress, which brings the primaries and general elections affecting every Representative and one third of the Senate....." Carbon copy typescript, with handwritten revisions, of a congressional speech pertaining to women in the Congress, 15p. 

"To the Honorable Kings and Warriors of the Muskogee Nation...The Presbyterian Board of Home Missions heard that the people of the Muskogee Nation were very anxious to have all their children educated...." Handwritten draft petition, 2p. 

"Today and Twenty-Three Years Ago." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 

"Under instructions from Secretaries Kendall and Roberts I left New York on the 26th ultimo...." Handwritten fragment of a report on the cost appraisal for the Muskogee Creek school, 1p. 

[United States Veterans Hospital, Muskogee, OK.] Incomplete typed draft, with handwritten revisions, of a proposal to make 45 acres of Sawokla property into Sawokla Memorial Park, 2p. 

Typescript, another version, 2p; carbon copy of same. 

Typescript, with handwritten revisions, of the history of the veteran's hospital located in Muskogee, 7p; typed corrected draft, with further handwritten revisions, 7p. 

"The Vinita Chieftain." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 6 Jul 1930 

"Washington." Photocopied press cuttings of a series of articles. (See also Series 1: Writings: "Letters From Washington") Circa Dec 1925 

"A Washington Romance." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 27 Oct 1929 

"We were two old timers who met at the Ward-Way station to take the Okmulgee bus, where we were to be witnesses in a trial...." Photocopied press cutting of an article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. 15 Sept 1929 

"When My Ship Comes In." Typed essay written while at Elmira College, 1p, 2 copies. 8 Nov 1871 

"Why 'Sawokla' Is For Sale." Article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 21 May 1925 

"Woman At the Capitol." Typed essay written while at Elmira College, 1p; 2 copies. 28 May 1872 

"Women of the White House." Two articles appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (See Series 6: Oversize) 6, 20 Oct 1929 

 1931.001.1.2.10 Unidentified 

Typed fragment with handwritten revisions and additions to text, pertaining to inexperienced men and women wishing to run for political office, 1p. 

Typed fragment, with handwritten revisions, regarding a child labor amendment, corruption in legislation, Federated Women's Clubs, etc., 4p. 

Carbon copy of an incomplete draft story, with handwritten revisions, involving individuals named Pe lo che, Li sa, Chaynie, John Wesley, and Ah ne, 30p. 

Handwritten fragment pertaining to schools in Cherokee Nation and Boudinot's murder. Extract from a report of Creek agent, J.L. Dawson. 1842 

Handwritten fragment regarding the granting of a certificate of location to traveling preachers, 1p. 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester 

 1931.001.1.3.1 "ABC Rhymes." Handwritten alphabet rhyme, 1p. 

"A.E. first child of Rev. Samuel Austin Worcester D.D. and Ann Orr Worcester, had her birth at the Brainard Station of the ABCFM among the Cherokees on the banks of the Chicamauga...." 

Typed biographical sketch, 6p. 

Typed transcription, with handwritten revisions, 6p. 

Revised typescript, 5p. 

"The above is a literal translation of the verse from Arts. to explain its construction...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"And again, the Israel mother Mrs. A.E.W.R. I hear standing and calling to us and saying there is salvation...." Photocopy of a handwritten fragment. (For original See Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers) 

"Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson was the first child of Rev. Sam'l A. Worcester...." Handwritten and signed biographical sketch, 3p. Includes cover letter to "Editor, etc.", 6 Nov 1890, 1s. 

"Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Words used by S.J. McPherson, D.D., pastor of The Second Prebyterian Church, Chicago, Ill. in a memorial address concerning her cousin, Rev. J.H. Worcester Jr., D.D., are equally applicable to Mrs. Robertson and show something of the peculiar obligations under which Providence has placed her to life of service...." 

Handwritten draft, 5p. 

"There seems no more appropriate way of beginning this sketch than in words used by Rev. S.J. McPherson in his Memorial Discourse in Union Seminary concerning a cousin of [---] subject of this [Prof.] J.H. Worcester, Jr., D.D...." Handwritten draft, similar to previous draft, material from which was used for the article, "Famous Women," by Mrs. Emma E. Everest, featured in Chaperone Magazine, 4p. Aug 1894 

Excised copy of the article, with handwritten corrections and notations by [Mrs. Everest]. 

 1931.001.1.3.2 "As treasurer of your body for the year 1889-90 I hereby present my report...." Handwritten and signed draft report for the S.L.C. of Indian Territory, 1p. 

"Bible Translation in Missionary Work Among the Indians of the U.S." Handwritten draft, 2p. 

"The busy wearisome weeks immediately following the burning of Tullahassee so promptly and sympathizingly mentioned in your Columns seemed to furnish no interval in which those who remained by the broken walls could write to tell through the press of their sad calamity to the Creeks caused by this disaster...." 

Handwritten draft, 1p. 

Typed and carbon copy typed transcriptions of same, 3p each; typed fragment, 2p. 

"Christie Dawson Derrisaw, great grand-daughter of the former Creek Chief R--- McIntosh...." 1p. 

"The Creeks. In 1830 Congress authorised the Prest. of the U.S. to give to the Indians east of the Mississippi lands in what is now the Indian Territory in exchange for theirs and grant patents for said lands...." Handwritten draft, 2p; typed transcription of same, with handwritten corrections, 2p. 

"Enter visitor. Teacher shakes hands, "How do you do. Take a seat...." Handwritten play [?], 1p. 

"Expletives Again. I rejoice in the admission that 'any expression which is a substitute for the name of God, such as 'my gracious' is inadmissable...." Handwritten and signed draft on a used envelope. 

"The Fable of the Corn. I am going to tell about a fable of the ancients...." 

Handwritten translation of the Muskogee fable as told by Taylor Postoak, 3p. Includes explanatory notes regarding the translation. 13 Oct 1879 

Cover letter to "Sir", regarding this and other translation work from the New Testament. 18 Oct 1882 

Typed transcription with handwritten corrections, 5p. 

(See also Series 1: Creek Papers: Postoak, Taylor) 

"Few deaths could probably throw a wider shadow than that of Mrs. Porter...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"For the Missionary Society of the Forest Hill Seminary, Rockford, Illinois. I would that it were in my power to give the date of the commencement of the Pres. mission of the A.B.C.F.M. among the Creeks...." 

Handwritten draft, 4p. 

Typed transcription with handwritten corrections, 9p. 

"Have Mercy on the Wheat." Handwritten draft fragment, 1p 

"He loved knowledge himself and always tried to encourage others...." Handwritten draft in reference to Samuel Austin Worcester or William Shenck Robetson, 1p. 

"His name was given to him in early childhood in honor of Rev. Elias Boudinot, D.D. of New Jersey, a true friend of the Indians...." 

Handwritten draft biographical sketch, 2p. 

Typed transcription of same, with handwritten corrections, 4p; typed transcription, another copy with different corrections, 5p. 

"How a Young Indian Stood Strong For the Right." handwritten story, 1p. 

"....how difficult was our position; I wish you could have heard remarks of good people in Highland of which I heard to the effect that Mr. R. had carried on the work of the mission...." Handwritten account regarding problems with the behavior of older boys and girls at the school, 2p. 

"I am sure you will admit to your columns so few words in defense of a fellow worker for the rescue of the Indians of the U.S. from their deplorable condition...." Handwritten draft, 2p. 

 1931.001.1.3.3 "I have delayed my report for a few days, working on Hebrews in Creek instead...." Handwritten draft 1st quarterly report for Our Brother in Red. 1895 

"I have just been reading Rev(!) W.O. Tobey on Indian Policy and find myself in a complete puzzle. If the Indians have no claim to land in the United States, who have?...." 1p. 

"I think it must have been that the Cherokees had come more in contact with good white people that they won't seem to have been earlier than any of the tribes around them in welcoming Christian teachers among them...." Handwritten draft, 3p. 

"I trust your young readers would be interested in a dialogue written for two Creek boys in the Tullahassee Boarding School, and well spoken with great animation by them at the annual public examination of the Tullahassee Boarding School...." 

Incomplete handwritten transcription of the dialogue, directed to the editor of Youth's Companion, 2p. 

Handwritten draft, another version, 2 pieces. 

Typed transcription of previous draft, with handwritten corrections, 2p. 

"I was quite amused to see in your issue of Sept. 18th the above translation ["Am I a soldier of the Cross" in Creek] attributed to 'E.Q.', and it gives me opportunity to explain the use of those letters in the Creek Hymn Book, as well as to ask through your columns whether any one can tell who was the translator of that hymn...." 

Handwritten draft directed to the editor of the Indian Journal, 1p. 

Typed transcription of same, 1p, with typed lists of names of composers, hymns and the books in which they can be found, 2p. 

"In 1836 my father chose the site of his mission at Park Hill and in 1837 took his family there where there was no neighbor within 3/4 of a mile...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"In addition to the day schools there are four boarding schools, the funds for defraying the expenses of which are provided for from the educational fund of the Creek Nation...." Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

"In Eastern Tennessee and Georgia and in the highlands of Carolina and Alabama, lived four tribes - the Cherokees, Choctaws, the Chickasaws and Creeks - who with the addition of the Seminoles are now known as the 'five civilized tribes'...." 

Typed transcription of a biographical sketch, with handwritten revisions, 3p. 

Typed corrected draft, 3p; carbon copy of same, incomplete, 2p. 

"Influence of the Multiplicity of the Publications of the Present Day Upon the Intelligence of Our People." 

Handwritten essay, signed "Ann Eliza Worcester," 11 Oct 1844, 1p. 

Typed transcription of same with handwritten correction, 3p. 

"Last January the return of Rev. R.M. Loughridge, the first superintendent of the Tullahassee School...." Handwrittebn fragment, 1p. 

"Let us not measure our obligation to the Indians by the number and promise of the Japanese race...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"List of Songs Translated." Handwrittten list, 1p. 

"Literature. Translating Into the Muskogee or Creek." 

Typed directed to the editor of the Oklahoma School Herald, with handwritten corrections, 4p. Includes additional handwritten note by Althea Bass. 

Typed transcription of previous draft, revised and incomplete, 

"The Lord's Day." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"The man who is governed by desire for popularity. Where can the man be found, who is not in some degree influenced by this desire?...." Handwritten draft signed "Ann Eliza Worcester," 22 Mar 1844, 2p; typed transcription of same, 2p. 

"Many people have thought Jesus in speaking in this verse about the coming of the Son of man meant His coming again upon the earth as man, whom the people could see...." Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

"Many who read this book now can remember Rev. David Winslett...." Handwritten fragment of a commentary, 1p. 

"Mr. B and his people know how greatly this school needed another teacher...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"Mr. Jimboy tells of the [---] camp-meeting Aug 5th-7th which he says was appointed by Rev Thos. Little but begun by himself at 11 a.m. on the 5th...." Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

"Mr. Jimboy writes a few words about the recent annual conference. He says that White men and Indians met together...." Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.3.4 "The Muskokees. I wonder how many of you in studying U.S. History have noticed the name Muskokee, (spelt in various ways,) as belonging to a body of warlike Indians in the South...." Handwritten draft, 5p. 

"My Young Interpreter, N.B. Sullivan." Handwritten and signed draft, 12p; typed transcription of same with handwritten corrections, 9p. 28 Mar 1900 

"Near the end of his life the Vermont Convention of Churches met which determined my grandfather to meet his people...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"Not long ago I asked you to rejoice with me over money having been sent to help pay for giving the Creeks the New Testament in their own language...." Handwritten article directed to the readers of Childrens Work, 2p. 

"Now twenty-five Tullahassee children have gone to Carlisle and my translator to New Jersey...." Incomplete typed transcription, 1p. 

"Nut and screw from a drawer knob of a little bureau...." Handwritten fragment in reference to Samuel Austin Worcester, his imprisonment, and the wooden cabinet he built while in prison, 2p. 

"The N.Y.O. and the Indian Policy." (See Series 3: Personal Papers: Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions) 

"'O wad some power the giftie gis us/To see oursel's as ithers see us.' I have been most forcibly reminded of these oft' quoted lines by the account your St. Louis correspondent gives of his recent visit to Tullahassee...." 

Handwritten and signed draft for the Herald and Presbyter, 1p. 

Typed transcription with handwritten corrections, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.3.5 "On Luke, I had in revisions, the help of many, but Rev. T.W. Perryman was my chief helper...." 1p. 

"On the 16th of April next it will be forty years since I left my mission work among the Cherokees, the tribe among whom I was born, and to whom I had expected to give the work of my life...." Handwritten draft directed to the editor of Church, 3p. 

"Our former scholars have given us great aid in our work as interpreters, trustees of our school, etc., and we bless God both for this and for the help they give their nation as members of council judges, etc. But it seems as if the Indians of this Territory were never to recover from the effects of the war...." Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

"Please allow me to address through your columns I trust those who are interested in rescuing Christian people...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"Please give a 'Foreign Missionary' room for an appeal to Christian sisters, through your columns, for the 'volunteers' in the Lord's army, surely hundreds of souls are stirred as is mine...." Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

"Please permit me through your columns to give to the many friends and helpers of the Tullahassee Mission among the Creeks, information in regard to it, to which they are entitled, but which would require too large a number of letters [of] private correspondence...." Incomplete handwritten draft, 2p. 

[Recipe for rheumatism.] Handwritten and signed recipe given to L[eonard] Worcester by a friend, 1 piece. 

"Rev. D.L. Berryhill writes concerning Rev. Wm. Jones, who was the senior [native] Creek member of the Methodist Conference, but who died on [---] Oct 30th...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"Rev. James Perryman was one of at least six sons of ---. When a large boy he attended the mission boarding school at Union on Grand River, then among the Osages...." Handwritten draft, followed by Creek translation of an unidentified hymn, 1p. 

"Roving Willie Gray." Handwritten poem, 1p. 

"Seeing in a recent number of your paper that Rev. D.L. Berryhill is writing about my giving the Creeks the New Testament and song book speaks of his praying 'God out of his riches to bless me'...." Photocopy of a handwritten and signed draft directed to unidentified editor. (See Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers) 

"Southern Pioneer Missionaries." Excised copy of an address read before the Ladies' Foreign Mission Society of the First Church, Augusta, Georgia, 10 Feb 1896, printed in Southwestern Presbyterian, 20 Feb 1896. Contains mention of Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson and bears her handwritten notations. 1896 

"That 'Home Missions' Dollar! It came in a Christmas box for the 'Presbyterian School for Girls' at Muscogee...." Handwritten and signed draft, 1p. 

"That Remarkable House Fly Again. I little dreamed that he would be turned into a horse fly, before his sad story would be read, and so he be made to teach a second lesson, the importance of careful proof reading in English as well as Creek...." 

Handwritten draft directed to the editor of the Muskogee Phoenix, 1p. 

Typed transcription with handwritten corrections, 2p. 

"That Remarkable House Fly and The Lesson It Teaches. Will you not allow me to take advantage of a funny mistake in the Creek hymn you pulished last week to give such of your readers as may be interested in the subject, a little talk in regard to the importance of correct spelling in the Creek language?...." 

Incomplete handwritten draft directed to the editor of the Muskogee Phoenix, 1p. 

Typed transcription of same, with handwritten corrections, 3p. 

"This first draft of the translations of Psalms [Bibliography of the Muskogeen Languages] made by Rev. J.R. Ramsay (with the help of Rev. Dorsey Fife as Indian interpreter,) was left early in the season of 1891-2 with A.E.W. Robertson for preparation...." Handwritten draft, 1p; typed transcription, 2p. 

[Tullahassee Boarding School.] Handwritten account of the school, some of its former students who became teachers, and those who gave their assistance to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson (e.g. Catherine Brown, Annie Anderson Severs, and N.B. Sullivan). Handwritten draft on a scratch pad, 16p. 

 1931.001.1.3.6 "Twenty-five Creek Pupils for Carlisle. Your readers have been informed of the burning on the 19th ult. of the Tullahassee Mission building of which mention has sometimes been made in your column...." Typed transcription with handwritten revisions, 3p. (See Series 1: Writings: Robertson, Anne Eliza Worcester: on verso of "Not long ago I asked you to rejoice....") 

"Two or three years ago your St. L. correspondent in writing for your readers of his visit to the Cherokee Nation mentioned his search for the grave of Rev. Wm. Worcester, who had long labored as a missioinary of the A.B.C.F.M...." Incomplete handwritten draft biographical sketch, 2p. 

"What a horrible picture this is, even worse than the one we saw in The Home Missionary lately of an Ind. medicine man dressed in a bear skin...." Handwritten draft. (See Series 1: Writings: Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester: "Not long ago I asked you to rejoice with me....") 

"Whereas some of our most earnest temperance workers are detered from joining the WCTU...." Handwritten and signed speech, 10p. 18 Jul 1888 

"Will you allow a reader to ask through your columns, Wither are Presbyterians drifting?...." 

Handwritten commentary directed to the Presbyterian, 2p. 

Typed transcription of same with handwritten corrections, 2p. 

"With all my heart I thank you for the plea for honest treatment of the Indian in your article concerning the Cherokees. It is time voices were being heard...." Photocopied press cutting of a commentary, directed to the editor of Mid-Continenet. 5 Mar 1890 

"Within the last week or so I have put much thought upon the question whether it would be possible for me so to plan other engagements as to attend you delightful gathering at Columbus...." Handwritten and signed draft directed to the sisters of Woman's Work, 2p. 

"Yea, though my heart be like to break...." Handwritten draft verse, 1 piece. 

"Your issue of July 9th has just reached me. A few words of explanation in regard to Dr. Worcester (and the work of his granddaughters) will give your readers a more correct idea of the cause of his incarceration...." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

Writing tablet, 317p. Contents include various handwritten letters, handwritten and signed fragments of letters, and writings. Contents are identified whenever possible. 

"Another touching letter from Rev. W. Tanyan reached me a few weeks ago, giving incidents to show the Seminoles need of an ordained missionary....", p1-2. 

Handwritten letter fragment to Hermann Warrawick [?], Superintendent of American Missions to the Jews, p2. 

"The Rock That Is Higher Than I." Translated into Creek, p3-4. 

"Merry Merry Christmas." Article pertaining to Samuel Austin Worcester hand printing press and the publication of Our Monthly, p5-6. 

Fragment pertaining to D.L. Berryhill and his appointment as superintendent of the Wealaka school, p8-9. 

Commentary on an article on the Five Civilized Tribes by Julian Ralph for Harper's Weekly, p11-12. 

"Dr. Hart, I think it is about a year [---] I sent to Mrs. Quinton an article for the Indian's Friend...." p12-13. 

Transcription of an article in the Herald and Presbyter, in reference to the words of Bishop Porter, p20. 12 Feb 

"Poor Sarah." Creek translation, p23-42. 

"Christian Endeavor Pledge," p43-45. 

"Rev. Wm. Jimboy tells of a meeting at Honey Creek, where he had an appointment. He says when he arrived on Saturday Rev. M. Tiger preached to them and he followed his in a few words...." p48. 

"I have looked again and again at the eloquent plea of Mead Holmes in behalf of The Presbyterian House, and it makes me think more an more of the other side of the question, i.e. of the field and its workers and their needs....", p50-51. 

Creek translation or notes pertaining to the Book of Isaiah, p52-53. 

"Rev. Wm. Jimboy writes from McDermit, Sept 16th, 1896. Hear this, all our brothers, In Okmulgee District Rev. Daniel Webster, pastor of the Spring--- church departed from this world June 25th, 1896....", p55. 

"That Rock Was Christ." Commentary regarding an article by Rev. S.E. Wishard, D.D. appearing in the Herald and Presbyter, p58-59. 

Creek translation of Psalm 12, p60. 

"....One thing for which I have greatly valued your paper has been its being so out-spoken as to the evils of the Roman Catholic System...." Handwritten and signed letter to the editors, N.Y.O., p62. 

"Mr. Berryhill thinks that as the U.S. Govt. has determined an allotment for them they had better accept it and with money paid for their lands purchase a home in another country...." p63-64. 

"David. When I read in Obadiah Oldschool's admirable article in The Interior of Feb 11th of 'the ram and the he-goat that David saw in his vision,' I first wondered if David had had such a vision...." 

Article published in "Piths and Points," 11 Feb 1897, p65. 

Typed transcription of same, with handwritten corrections, 1p; carbon copy typed corrected draft, 2 copies, 1p each. p65A. 

"Please don't let your readers think any longer than until they see this that I think they need to be told that 'Daniel was one of God's prophets'....", 5 Mar 1897, p67-68. 

"To my youngest sister [Mary], This is not a silver wedding present, but I hope it may prove to you worthy to be counted a 'Silver Wedding' gift by furnishing a silver lining to clouds....", p69. 

"William Shenck Robertson, A.M., was born in Huntington, S.C. Jan 11, 1820...." p69-73. 

Handwritten letter to Mrs. Benson in response to her request for a letter from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson about her work among the Creeks for Mrs. Benson's missionary society meeting, p73-78.  21 Aug [1890] 

"My dear patron friends, Does it seem to you that nearly a year has passed since I wrote to you last?...." p79-82. 

"The Intolerance of Children." Article by M. Bourehier Sanford, transcribed by Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson with her letter to the editor of N.Y.O. following, p83-84. 12 Aug 1897 

Fragment from the Book of Ezekiel, p85. 

 1931.001.1.3.9-10 "For 'Pros and Cons'. In the notes of the [Herald and Presbyter] of Sept 29th on the SS lessons for Oct 10th, is not unintential and yet important grave injustice done to Paul in the statement 'the bigoted Jews saw him in the temple enclosure with one or two persons known to be of Gentile origin...." p86 

Fragment mentioning the Dawes Commission, p87. 

History of Samuel Austin Worcester and his missionary work, p88-91. 

"L. Brent Vaughan, Ed., Current Magazine. My daughter Miss A.M. Robertson has passed over to me your letter of inquiry of the 9th inst. As my honored father Rev. S.A.W., D.D., was the one who [preferred] the Cherokee Sl. invented by Sequoya or George Guess for use in printing I am glad to be able to give some information in regard to it...." p92-93. 

"Presbyterian Missions among the Seminoles. Revs John Lilley and John Bems, not then ordained, began the Presbyterian Mission among the Seminoles in 1848...." p94-97. 

"For 'Pros and Cons. He knows our dark Gethsemane.' Can it be a mistaken or exaggerated sensitivness that makes this speaking of the Gethsemane of human beings so saddening to me...." p98. 

"In 1847 Sam'l W. second son of the missionary Rev. Elisur Butler, D.D. gathered into one volume for A.E. Worcester the following Cherokee books...." p99. 

"Would not the readers of Over Land and Sea like to hear something about a little Seminole boy?...." p100-101. 

"For Dr. W.R. Lambuth, Secr'y of Home Mission M.E. Ch'h South. You ask for a brief sketch of my life, and an account of the work of translation which I have done...." p102-107. 

"The Voice in the Twilight. I noticed with pleasure in the [Herald and Presbyter] of June 7th the giving of credit to the writer of a story that had appeared credited to an 'Exchange'...." 13 Jun 1899, p107. 

"Dear Mrs. DuBois, Your letter came promptly, and I would be glad to give you a euphonious Indian name for your well, (on the possession of which I congratulate you)...." 6 Sept 1899, p108. 

Creek translations from the Book of Isaiah, p109-110. 

"Dear [Herald and Presbyter], I have just been looking at the article in yours of Oct 11th 'A Message to Garcia' [---] 'Ex,' which contains some very important lessons...." p112. 

"Dear [Herald and Presbyter], I hope you will give this a place in your 'Pros and Cons'. There seems such a tendency in these days to emphasize assertions by such expressions as those quoted that it seems to me you can hardly do a better work than to throw your influence against it...." p112-113. 

"For 'Pros and Cons'. Tokens of Love. Reading in a comparatively recent number of the [Herald and Presbyter] an account of the presentation of a diamond ring to a beloved pastor's wife by the parishioners as a farewell token of their love, set me to thinking...." 9 Oct 1899, p114. 

"Editor H.M. Monthly. The other day I was reading with the greatest interest in your columns the article entitled 'Friend of the Cherokees,' when suddenly I stopped and exclaimed audibly, 'Here is a dreadful mistake'...." p115-116. 

"Ed. Presbyterian Review. Ever since the death of [---] Mary A. wife of Rev. John Lilley so many years a missionary in the I.T., I have regretted that I did not myself send some notice of it for publication...." p116-121. 

"My first year in the I.T.; May 1835 to May 1836. Would that Sabbath school teachers generally were like Mr. Redfield in this respect! Those who know with any intimacy the family of Mr. A.W. Robb of the Redfields of Ardmore know that they are proud to own their connection with the self-sacrificing and devoted missionaries to the Osages, the Regans and the Redfields...." p121. 

"My Loving Interpreter. I think it was in the Fall of 1875, before [---] the Indian boarding school when among the crowds of applicants for admission came a boy of about seventeen...." p122-123, 128-130. 

"Mrs. John [Elizabeth] Elliot." Obituary, p124-126. 

"April 23rd, 1900. To Mrs. Pierson after thanks for invitation to attend annual meeting at St. L during Gen'l Assembly...." p131. 

"To the members of the Florida State E--worth Leagues. My dear young friends, Rev. D.W. Black of your mission to the Florida Seminoles has introduced you to me. I hope your [p---] can introduce me to you. I wonder how many of you have actually seen and shaken hands with a Florida Seminole...." p132-135. 

"Rev. W.J. Carpenter, Prest, F.E.L. Convention. Dear Mr. Carpenter, Rev. E.W. Black of the Seminole Methodist Mission has requested me to send you a copy of the Creek Testament for the State E.L. Library...." p135-138. 

"A Dying Sioux Girl. I only want to tell how Jesus was with a dying Indian girl, in an Indian Orphan School in Highland, Kas...." p139. 

Creek translations from the Book of Daniel, p140-144. 

"Dear Dr. Lambuth. Suppose that a few days after entering the 75th year of your life and a few months after having entered the fifty-sixth year of working under appointment as a missionary to the Indians you found yourself on the bed reading a letter containing words like these...." p145-147. 

Creek translations from the Books of Daniel, p148-156. 

"To the Woman's Board of the North West, Chicago, Ill. My dear sisters, I want simply to say that I feel both honored and comforted in finding myself to have been made an honorary member of your band...." p157. 16 Jan 1901 

Recounting of the story of the imprisonment of Samuel Austin Worcester for Mrs. C.E.W. McConnell, Feb 12th, 1901, p158-159. 

"Dear Dr. Lambuth, Yours of the 19th inst. [reached] me, and I have thought over the question [with] regard to giving some account of Mr. Bla[ck's] work among the Seminoles....", 2 Jul [1901], p160-161. 

Creek translations from the Acts of the Apostles, p162-166. 

"To the members of the Woman's Miss'ry Soc[iety] of the First Presbyterian Church of Muscogee. I am thankful to your President for the invitation to be present at your annual Praise meeting...." p167. 

"The story of the one hundred dollars sent by Mrs. Hobart of Denver for interpreter's help on the translation of the Creek Testament...." p168-169. 

"Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, D.D., Church Mission House, NY, Aug 7th, 1901. Dear Bishop Gray, In answer to a letter of inquiry of mine as to the condition of affairs with regard to the probability of Miss Lissie Browning's appointment as interpreter helper to himself and wife, he tells me that you will want a strong letter of recommendation...." p170-173. 

"Rev. J.R. Miller, Editorial Supt., P.B.P., Dear Dr. Miller, I wonder if seeing the postmark will remind you of a letter from myself some years ago in regard to an article in FORWAlice RobertsonD (?) whose influence I feared was calculated to foster such superstitious forms (idolatrous forms) as setting the image of the cross before on in praying...." 21 Aug 1901, p174-176. 

"A Mistake Corrected. Editor, Eve Times, I was glad to see in your issue of the 15th inst. notice of the presence in town of Miss Jennie E. Chapin, who has been a missionary for the A.B.C.F.M...." p176. 

"A Mistake Corrected. When I wrote the article on 'My Young Interpreter' of which appears in the [B. ---], under the head of 'Reminiscences of a Translator,' I was under the impression that I owed the gift of a hundred dollars which had enabled me to give my interpreters some renumeration for their work...." p176-177. 

 1931.001.1.4.1-2 Creek translations from the Book of Isaiah for Thomas Little, Keokuk Falls, p180-182. Dec 1901 

Creek translation of the "Declaration of Faith" from the Baptist Church Manual, p182-194. 

"Rev. Lyman Abbott, D.D., Editor in Chief of Outlook. Dear Dr. Abbott, I wonder if in the '30s and '40s there was any home in the U.S. except among kindreds where the name Abbott was so nearly a household word as in that of Rev. S.A.Worcester, D.D...." p194-196. 3 Feb 1901 

"Death of two former pupils of the [Presbyterian] School for Girls at Muskogee." In reference to the deaths of Mrs. William Hardridge and Mrs. [P---] Tanyan Yarbrough, p197. 

"W.J. McGee, Ethnologist in Charge, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology, Washington. Dear Mr. McGee, Your favor of dates July 1st and Aug 9th containing so large an amount of information concerning the great work which is being carried on by the Bureau of which you are in charge has reached me for which please accept my sincere thanks.... p198-199. 19 Aug 1902 

Creek translations from the Acts of the Apostles, Gospel according to John, Mark, Matthew, and Luke, p200-209, 212-214. 

"Nina Tanyan's Leptekvs 25:8-14," p210. 4 Dec 1902 

"My dear Mrs. M., Our pastor has passed over to me your request for such account of missionary work among the Indians in this part of our country as would be interesting in a missionary society meeting...." p215-217. 

Creek translations of Corinthians, p219-223. 

"John McIntosh." Obituary, p224. 

Creek translations from the Book of Isaiah, and other translations unidentified, p225-232. 23 Aug 1902 

"Rev. T.L. Mellen, Conference Miss'ry Secr'y, Pres. Elder Forest , Miss. Dear friend, I am very sorry to have been so long in getting around to your interesting letter of the fst. ult., but since receiving it, I have done considerable translating and as much or more of writing explanations of New Testament verses in the Creek...." p232-233. 

Printed passages from the Bible excised from an unknown source, p234. 

"How firm a foundation." Creek translation of the hymn. 

 1931.001.1.4.3-4 Creek translations from the Book of Exodus, p236-270. 

"Mr. Perryman helped me to Ex. 3:10, May 25, 1900." Also translation of the Books of Kings. p271-311 

"I have felt the necessity for a more practical knowledge of the English among your people the more from my nearness to the U.S. Court here, and hearing doubts expressed by lawyers as to the defendants being able to understand or to be understood, through the ignorance of an innocent may be made to suffer the penalty of crime in a far away prison...." p312-313. 

"Gen'l P. Porter, Chairman of the Creek Commission for treating with the Dawes Commission. My dear friend and former pupil, Allow me to thank you, and your fellow Commissioners through you, for the honor I feel that you have done me in counting me among yourselves in the allotment of your lands...." p314. 1 Oct 1897 

"We have had a Society of Presbyterian Endeavor connected with our Presbyterian Mission in this place for several years...." p315-317. 

 1931.001.1.4.5 Handwritten response to an unidentified editor regarding Indians coming under US government and the conflicts between the various tribes throughout the US, 1p. 

Handwritten draft to an unidentified editor regarding McGuffey's readers, 1p. 

"Well, Professor, Mr. McIntosh has sent you some game...." Handwritten draft, 1p; typed transcription of same, 3p. 

Miscellaneous unidentified fragments, 14p. 

 1931.001.1.4.6 Robertson, Georgia   1.0 Folders

"A Little Lesson For Children and Their Mothers." Article featured in Scientific Therapy and Practical Reearch. 15 Dec 1925 

 1931.001.1.4.7 Robertson, Grace Leeds   1.0 Folders

Writing tablet containing handwritten and signed and handwritten poems. 

"Leaving Home." With handwritten note, "left home for school-1 Sept 1873." 

"The Eclipse." 

"The Banner." Broad Oaks, West Virginia. Summer 1876 

"The Siege of Leyden (written as a 'composition' in imitation of Macaulay's 'Battle of Ivry.'" Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Massachusettes. 29 Apr 1876 

"Sappho Society - Parting Song." 

"Two Sunbeams." Auburndale, Massachusettes. 13 Jan 1877 

"Boating - The Proposal." Bufford, New Hampshire, winter vacation. 1876 

"Class Spread." With handwritten note, "Written as a Rush Light item." 

"Parting Song." Lyrics to be sung to the tune of "How Can I Leave Thee," for graduation day. 

"Life Sculpture. Class Poem." Published in The Congregationalist. 14 Aug 1878 

"Looking Back." Published in The Congregationalist,; copied by N.E. Journal of Education and New York [Tribune]. Note reads, "Written mostly on the cars returning from a visit to the Seminary." 

"Dark to Light." Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia. Published in the Indian Journal. 31 Dec 1878 

"An Hourglass of Hands." Published in N.E. Journal of Education. 17 Jul 1979 

"Ken[n]esaw Mountain." After a visit to Kenesaw Mountain and Marietta Cemetery. 29 Mar 1879 

"Decoration Day on Ken[n]esaw Mountain." Signed "Grace R. Merriman," Chicago. May 1894 

"Only." Atlanta, Georgia, after her visit to Ken[n]esaw Mountain. 

"Toil and Blessing." Published in the Indian Journal. 14 Oct. 27 Apr 1888 

"Capponi and the Bells." 

"An Easter Melody." Signed "Grace R. Merriman," Chicago, Easter. 1895 

"His Father's House." Chicago. Published in The Interior. Feb 1898 

"The Proposal." Excised press cutting of a poem written for the American Banner, found tipped in. 

"I Wouldn't Be Cross," by Margaret E. Sangster; press cutting found tipped in. 

"The Blue and Gray." Handwritten and signed poem, 1p; typed transcription of same, 1p. 

"Brown Bill." Handwritten and signed poem, 4p. Aug 1881 

"Daybreak." Handwritten and signed poem, 1p. 

"Life at Our School." Handwritten and signed poem, 1p; typed transcription of same, 2p. 19 Jan 1877 

"Life Sculpture." Handwritten and signed poem, Wheaton Seminary, 3p. 13 Jun 1878 

"Tullahassee Ruins." Handwritten and signed transcription of a poem, 2p; typed transcription of same, 2p. 

"Pussy white foot." Handwritten draft fragment of a school composition, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.4.8 Robertson, Samuel Austin   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed contract between the congregation of Huntington of Long Island with Sanuel Austin Robertson, engaging him as their pastor; signed by the church elders, 1p. Typed transcription of same, 1p. 14 Oct 1816 

 1931.001.1.4.9-11; 5.1-22; 6.1-3 Robertson, William Shenck   28.0 Folders

"Antichrist. Usurp[a]tions of the Popes." 

 1931.001.1.4.10 Handwritten essay, 77p. 

"Antichrist. The general opinion of the saints concerning Antichrist during every age of the christian church," 39p. 

 1931.001.1.4.11 "Antichrist as discribed by the Waldenses, to 1120," 42p. 

"Bishop Bale's Testimony of Rome," 39p. 

"Antichrist. Characteristical features of Antichrist vir. First and Second. A priest-king. Third, Exaltation," 27p. 

 1931.001.1.5.1 "Eternal God I desire to present my self before thee with the deepest humiliation of soul sensible how unworthy I am to appear before thee...." 

Handwritten and signed vow with handwritten revisions, dated 23 Mar 1839, 1p. 

Handwritten and signed comment, added at bottom; typed transcription of same, 1p. Mar 1849 

"Fellow Teachers Gentlemen and Ladies. The occasion which has brought us together is one of no common interest. The objects which you have met to promote should secure the sympathies and aid of every philanthropist and patriot...." 

Handwritten address, in a notebook, delivered before the Normal Institute of the Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, IT, 10p. No date 

Typed transcription of same, with handwritten corrections, 12p. 

"Resolution of respect by the Board of Trustees at the death of Rev. W.S. Robertson." Handwritten signed by Trustees L.C. Perryman, Samuel Brown, D. Anderson, D.M. Hodge [?], and T.W. Perryman [?], 2p; typed transcription of same, 2p. 

"You may have wondered that our teachers should think it worth while after past years, to call you together to hear so small a company of us go through our lessons, and indeed we all often wondered whether we would not be scattered at the close of the term as unceremoniously as we were after the never to be forgotten fire of the 19th of December 1880...." 

Handwritten fragment relaying William Shenck Robertson's last words to the students of the academy, colleagues and family before his death, 2p. 

Handwritten fragment, another account, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.5.2-22 Sermons   21.0 Folders Handwritten in one- and two- signature manuscript notebooks.

 1931.001.1.5.2 Psalm 103:2. Thanksgiving. "Bless the Lord O my soul and forget not all his benefits...." Incomplete handwritten draft, 46p. 29 Nov 1855 

 1931.001.1.5.3 Ecclesiastes 8:11. "Because sentence against an evil work is not executed spedily [sic], therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil...." Incomplete handwritten incomplete draft, 30p. 

 1931.001.1.5.4 Isaiah 28: 9-10. "Nothing is more delightful, than to instruct those who love to learn...." Handwritten draft, 46p. 

 1931.001.1.5.5 Ezekiel 36:26. Handwritten notes, 4p. 10 Apr 1874 

 1931.001.1.5.6 Matthew 17:8. "And when they had lifted up their eyes, they saw no man, save Jesus only...." Handwritten draft, 4p. 

 1931.001.1.5.7 Matthew 25:46. "These shall go away into everlasting punishment but the riteous [sic] into eternity...." Handwritten draft, 7p, with handwritten note, written inside back cover, regarding those who mock religion and list of dates and locations on verso. 

 1931.001.1.5.8 Mark 4:26. Handwritten notes, 11 Nov 1877, 4p. 

 1931.001.1.5.9 Mark 9:38. Handwritten notes, 4p. 6 Jun 1878 

 1931.001.1.5.10 Luke 12:20. "But God said unto him Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of thee...." Incomplete handwritten draft, 30p, with dates and locations noted on first page. 

 1931.001.1.5.11 Luke 12:32. "Fear not little flock. We naturally look forward with some anxiety about the futer [sic]...." Handwritten draft, 3p. 

 1931.001.1.5.12 Luke 18:1. Handwritten draft notes, 4p. 

 1931.001.1.5.13 John 1:42. Handwritten draft notes, 3p. 6 Feb 1879 

 1931.001.1.5.14 John 2:2. "And he is the propitiation for our sins: and not for our[s] only but also for the sins of the whole world...." Handwritten draft, 36p, with list of dates and locations and additional quote from John 4:10 on last page. 

 1931.001.1.5.15 John 10:9. Handwritten draft notes, 2p. 24 Feb 1878 

 1931.001.1.5.16 John 14:6. "Jesus saith unto him I am the way and the truth and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me...." Handwritten draft, 47p, with list of dates and locations on last page. 

 1931.001.1.5.17 Romans 3, Ephesians 2. "We are justified by faith. All men feel that they are sinners...." 

Incomplete handwritten fragment, 1p. 

On verso: Romans 8. "This chapter is one of the choice [---] of the believer...." 

 1931.001.1.5.18 Colossians 2:6-7. "As ye have therfore received C. J. the S. so walk ye in him...." Handwritten draft, 38p. 

 1931.001.1.5.19 "....honour, wealth or pleasure. Their patriotism. Their morality. Their honisty [sic] is all selfish. Others are greatly concerned for the Ch. Their country and world...." Handwritten draft, missing p1-2, with inserts to text, 29p; list of dates and locations on last page. 

 1931.001.1.5.20 "....in the regular order of succession separate periods of time that marked the structure of the heavens...." Incomplete handwritten draft. 

 1931.001.1.5.21 "....lumps of ice, now, says he, 'I have sinned.' He is but a type and specimen of multitudes of the same class...." Imcomplete handwritten draft, including references from the books of Numbers 22:34, 1 Samuel 15:24, Matthew 27:4, Job 7:20, and Luke 15:18; 36p. 

 1931.001.1.5.22 "....place for you, and if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto my self; that where I am there ye may be also...." Handwritten draft, missing p1-2, 40p. 

 1931.001.1.6.1 "....probably considered the most wise and learned of any in the world...." Handwritten draft, missing p1-2, with 1p insert to text, 36p. 

 1931.001.1.6.2 Handwritten draft notes, 4p. 29 Dec 1878 

 1931.001.1.6.3 Unidentified fragments, some possibly related, 12p. 

 1931.001.1.6.4 Thompson, Nancy - Tiger 

"One of the most remarkable characters in the missionary work among the Indians...." 

Carbon copy typed biographical sketch and anecdotes composed by Alice Robertson, 3p. 

Typed draft, another copy, with handwritten revisions, 3p. 

Typed draft, first page only, with additional handwritten text. 

"She withdrew from the mission simply because of her advanced age. That was in 1851...." 

Typed draft with handwritten revisions, 3p. 

Photocopied press cutting of an article about Nancy Thompson by Barbara Burney. No date 

Tiger, Moty 

Carbon copy typed benediction on the occasion of the funeral of Pleasant Porter, 1p. 4 Sept 1907 

 1931.001.1.6.5 Tullahassee Manual Labor Boarding School   1.0 Folders

"History of Tullahassee and Cent'l Year. The first step in giving a true history of the Tullahassee Me. L. Boarding School among the Creeks under the charge of the Presb. Board of Foreign Missions must be the mention of the late Hon. Walter Lourie [Lowrie]...." Typescript with handwritten revisions, 10p. 

Thornton, Amanda De Lano 

(See Series 1: Writings: De Lano, Charles Maitland) 

 1931.001.1.6.6 West, Preston, C.   1.0 Folders

"Presbyterianism and Civil Liberty." Carbon copy typed article, 10p. 

 1931.001.1.6.7 Worcester, Sarah   1.0 Folders

"A Journey. The thirtieth of April arrived--the day upon which I expected to bid adieu to my prairie home, and the loved ones there to be absent perhaps for years...." 

Carbon copy and typed transcriptions of two essays written from Holyoke. 27 Oct 1849 

"A Journey, Continued. On Wednesday night our boat eased with another--the Prairie Bird--during the whole night. There was great excitement among the passengers the ladies sprang from their state rooms...." Handwritten essay, continued, 5p. 

Carbon copy typed transcription, 4p, 2 copies. 

 1931.001.1.6.8-13 Worcester, Samuel Austin   6.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.6.8 "And I said, What is it Lord? And he said, Let them treat the believers who are sprinkled as brethren...." Handwritten and signed draft by Sanuel Austin Worcester under the pseudonym, Aliquis, 2p. 

"Comparison of Jer. 23:5-7, and 33:14-16." Handwritten draft, 4p; typed transcription of same, 10p. 

"Copy of a resolution adopted by the Council of the Western Cherokee Nation, (ct 29, 1835." Handwritten authorization to erect a printing establishment, 1p; typed transcription of same, 2p. 

"Envy's censure, flattery's praise...." Typed transcription of hymn, 2p. 4 Jul 1815 

"Song of the Cherokee Cold Water Army of the Olden Time." Printed lyrics for a song to be sung to the tune of "Yankee Doodle, from the Cherokee Almanac, 1856;" typed transcription of same, 1p. 

State of Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles. Photocopied certificate of unconditional pardon of Samuel Austin Worcester and Elihu Butler. 15 Sept 1992 

 1931.001.1.6.9-13 Journals 

"Journal of Agency at Salem and Vicinity, July 2-13, [1825]." 

Handwritten journal entries; incomplete typed transcription by OWH [?], 25p. (Handwritten and signed note by Roger L. Amidon, 10 Jun 1981, suggests there appears to be at least two months entered prior to 30 Aug 1924, and that after consulting a universal calendar, it is possible that 1825 was written instead of 1824.) Includes handwritten note by Alice Robertson pertaining to the journals, 1p. 31 Aug 1824-12 Jan 1825; 21 Jan 1825-18 Apr 1825; Nov 1825-29 Aug 1830 

 1931.001.1.6.14 Unidentified   1.0 Folders

"Some History of Missionary Work Among the Cherokees and Creeks." Carbon copy typed draft, 7p; typed transcription of same, 10p. 

"Oklahoma! In the Fifties." Handwritten draft, 6p; typed transcription of same, 3p. 

"Bishop William Capers, pioneer in movements for the evangelization of Red and Black people...." Typed draft with handwritten revisions, 4p. 

"I was glad to hear what has been said on the old heathen ways that so many of our people still cling to...." Handwritten draft, 1p; typed transcription, 2p. 

"Under instructions from Secretaries Kendall and Roberts I left New York on the 26th ultimo, reaching Oswego, Kansas on the night of Saturday the 28th...On Monday morning I prepared a contract...." Mimeograph handwritten report, 2p. 

"A Denominational Garden." Handwritten transcription of "extracts from Lovey Mary/copied by Kate A. Richardson," 4p. 

"History of Muskokee education since the close of the war I am today proud of the progress made...." 

"We are marching on with shield and banner bright...." Handwritten poem, 1p. 

"The terrible war which has brought so much sorrow and desolation into our country fell heavily on the different tribes there...." Typed fragment, 1p. 

"A very interesting episode in the life of Capt. Callahan was when he went to Washington...." Typed fragment, 1p. 

"As an editorial introduction to a list of fifty questions a part of which I copy, Ida Clyde Clark writes...." Typed with handwritten revisions, 1p. 

"First day build their tents & c--- 2nd day the women cook the sofkee & the men bring wood to the camps...." Handwritten account, 2p; typed transcription of same, 2p. 

Handwritten reference/research notes in reference to Henry Kendall College, Alice Robertson, the meaning of the name "Sawokla," etc., 10p. 

Miscellaneous fragments, 26 pieces. 

 1931.001.1.7.1-37; 8.1-11; 9.1-7; 10.1-10; 11.1-10; 12.1-11; 13.1-4 Writings: Creek papers   90.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.7.1 American Baptist Publication Society   1.0 Folders

"Uewv Espaptisetv Momet Yafkehompetv." Pamphlet. Presented to the Muskogee and Seminole people by Mrs. Thomas Stocks, Greensborough, GA, through J.S. Murrow, Missionary, 8p. 

 1931.001.1.7.2 Asburry, M.L.   1.0 Folders

5 handwritten and signed letters. 1901-1905 

 1931.001.1.7.3 Berryhill, D.L.   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed fragment, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.7.4 Carr, John C.   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s. 11 Jun 1880 

 1931.001.1.7.5 Cornelius, Elias   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s. Circa 1874 

 1931.001.1.7.6 Cornelius, Georg   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 2s. 21 Mar 1886 

 1931.001.1.7.7 Dunn, Tupper   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 2s. 28 Jan 1901 

 1931.001.1.7.8 Emarthla, Efv   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter to Mrs. N.B. Moore, 1s. No date 

 1931.001.1.7.9 Foster, David   1.0 Folders

3 handwritten and signed letters. 1903 

Gentry, Abbie Beattie 

(See Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers: Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester) 

 1931.001.1.7.10 Haco, T.R.N.   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed draft, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.7.11 Harjo, Jimsey   1.0 Folders

2 handwritten and signed letters. 1901 

 1931.001.1.7.12 [Hotulk Emvr Thler]   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter to N.B. Moore, 2s on Muskogee Nation Educational Department letterhead. 29 Jun 1890 

 1931.001.1.7.13 Jimboy, William   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 2s. 11 Aug 1902 

 1931.001.1.7.14 Johnson, Silas   1.0 Folders

3 handwritten and signed letters. 1902-1903 

 1931.001.1.7.15 Jumper, John   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s. Circa 1892 

 1931.001.1.7.16 Kenekehet [?]   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s. Circa 1883 

 1931.001.1.7.17 Lesse, Anne   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed draft, 1p. 1856 

Handwritten and signed draft, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.7.18 Little, Thomas   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 2s. 26 Feb 1903 

 1931.001.1.7.19 [Lun net]   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter to unknown recipient, 1s. Circa 1885 

 1931.001.1.7.20 Palmer, W.A.   1.0 Folders

2 handwritten and signed letter. 1880 

 1931.001.1.7.21 Plumer, W.L.   1.0 Folders

Handwritten draft of his first sermon to children, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.7.22 Postoak, John R.   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 2s. Handwritten note attached reads: "The enclosed letter, written by John Postoak, Creek Indian under sentence of death at Fort Smith to Mrs. A.E.W. Robertson. As he had no money even to buy a postage stamp, the letter remained unmailed for nearly 2 years--the writer having been executed in the mean time--when some one put a stamp on it and sent it to its destination. Postoak was hung Dec 20th, 1878." 11 Dec 1878 

Handwritten and signed letter, 2s with envelope. 18 Dec 1878 

 1931.001.1.7.23 Postoak, Taylor   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.7.23 "Vce Nakomvknce." ["The Corn Fable."] Handwritten transcription and translation in Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's hand, of the fable as given by Taylor Postoak in 1879, 2p. 1879 

Photostatic copy of same; typed transcription of Creek portion only and photostatic copy of handwritten translation portion only. 

 1931.001.1.7.24 Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester   1.0 Folders

"Are You Washed?" Handwritten Creek translation of a hymn by Rev. A.E. Hoffman. Includes handwritten letter to the Editor in reference to the hymn's appearance in an unidentified periodical, 1p. 4 Nov 1897 

"Erkenvketv. Cokv Esvkusumkv 15:12. Laksetv." Handwritten Creek translation, 5p. 

"Este Mvskokvlke, Apohicvks!" Proof page for an article for unidentified publication, 2 copies, 1p each. Circa 1879 

"How Firm a Foundation." (See Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers: Translation from the Bible: Book of Isaiah) 

"Merry Christmas." Handwritten Creek translation of a song, 1p. 

"Mrs. Abbie Beattie Gentry." 

Handwritten and signed biographical sketch or obituary in Creek, 1p. 

Handwritten fragment, 1p. 

"Nakcokv Esiv Setentvcde hokkolat em vtokketv espoke, clepvtet os, A.E.W. Robertson, ohyvtekvte." Proof page, 2 copies, 1p each. 

"Ohrolope Mneasv opunvyecet...." Handwritten article for the Indian Missionary, 1p. Includes handwritten and signed note to the Editor, no date. 

Our Brother in Red 

Handwritten and signed Creek translation, 1p. 

Includes handwritten note fragment to readers regarding her work on the translation of the Book of Discipline. 

Handwritten Creek translation in which Rev. D.L Berryhill and Our Brother in Red is mentioned, 3p. Includes handwritten and signed note to the Editor in reference to an article in which Berryhill commented on her giving the Creeks a translation of the New Testament, no date. 

Handwritten Creek translation in which Rev. M.L.Aburry and Our Brother in Red is mentioned, 1p. Includes, on verso, handwritten answers to questions raised about sentence structure, vocabulary, etc. within an unspecified translation. 

"Our merciful Father...." Handwritten Creek/English translation of a blessing before meals, 1p. On verso: "Rev. J.R. Ramsey 1; K. Collegian July 1901; Miss Jane E. Chapin 2; Dr. Robert H. Loughridge 3; Miss E.J. Baldwin; Miss F.H. Landardale 4; Miss V.M. White; Mrs. H.P. Merriman 5; Saul W. Robertson; Mrs. J.T. Somerville 6; Mrs. S.H. Perry 7." 

Unidentified incomplete drafts and draft fragments, 14p. 

(See also Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers: Ross, William P.) 

 1931.001.1.7.25 Ross, William P.   1.0 Folders

Printed copy of a speech given at the Tullahassee Manual Labor Boarding School, with handwritten revisions and additions to text in Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's hand. Translated into the Creek by Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson and N.B. Sullivan and printed at the office of the Indian Journal. 18 Jul 1878 

 1931.001.1.7.26 Smith, Wesley (Pastor, Muskoke Baptist Church)   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s. Handwritten on verso indicates Smith as "one of Spreckie's [?] exiles. 5 Jun 1883 

2 handwritten and signed letters. 1886 

 1931.001.1.7.27 Tanyan, Waksuce (Seminole Presbyterian minister)   1.0 Folders

12 handwritten and signed letters, 1 handwritten and signed postcard. 1883-Oct 1904 

 1931.001.1.7.28 Thompson, Alex   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s with envelope. 20 Jan 1903 

 1931.001.1.7.29 Tiger, Moty (Principal Chief, Muscogee Nation)   1.0 Folders

Printed message to the Creek people, in Creek and English, concerning the effect Oklahoma statehood will have on government of the Creek Nation, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.7.30 Tiger, Thomas   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s. 8 Sept 1905 

 1931.001.1.7.31 [West, Tamvs]   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed draft, 1p. 1874 

 1931.001.1.7.32 West, Thomas   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s. Written on Thos. H. Scales, dealer in General Merchandise letterhead. 1 Oct 1886 

Handwritten and signed letter, 1s with envelope. 20 Jun 1901 

 1931.001.1.7.33-37; 8.1-11;9.1-7; 10.1-10; 11.1-10;12.1-11; 13.1-3 Translations from the Bible   57.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.7.33 Genesis 

Chpts 6-7; 39-44, 30p. 

 1931.001.1.7.34 Exodus 

Chpts 1-2, 6p. 

Psalms 

 1931.001.1.7.35 Psalm 15, 7p. 

Handwritten translation notes and queries in English for Psalms 24-32, 1p. 

Psalm 15, another version, 1p. 

Psalm 15, fragment, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.7.35 Psalm 3. (See Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers: Genesis, Chpts 6-7) 

Psalm 23. Translated into the Creek, 2p. Includes handwritten and signed note to the [Editor] in reference to the translation, no date. 

Psalm 32. (See Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers: Genesis, Chpts 6-7) 

Psalms 43:1, 51:14, 75:6, 121:1-8. Translated into the Creek, 2p. (For Psalm 51, See also Series 1: Writings: Creek Papers: Genesis, Chpts 6-7) 

 1931.001.1.7.36 Psalms 5-68. Handwritten translation notes and queries in English, with dates noted as sections were completed and sent to "Mr. E", 2p. 

Psalms 71-78. Handwritten transcription in English in preparation for translation, 12p. 

 1931.001.1.7.37 Psalms 107-119. Handwritten transcription in English in preparation for translation, 42p. 

Translation of the entire Book into the Creek. 

 1931.001.1.8.1 Handwritten draft translation of the entire Book into the Creek, 124p. Chpts 1-31:17. 

 1931.001.1.8.2 Chpts 31:17-50:12. 

 1931.001.1.8.3 Chpts 50:13-72:14. 

 1931.001.1.8.4 Chpts 72:14-93:4. 

 1931.001.1.8.5 Chpts 93:4-118:24. 

 1931.001.1.8.5 Chpts 118:24-150. 

 1931.001.1.8.7 Song of Solomon 

Handwritten translation into the Creek, 10p; a different handwritten draft of p1. 

 1931.001.1.8.8 Book of Isaiah 

Handwritten translation into the Creek of portions of chpts 1, 11, 12, 41, 43, and 46; 6p. Includes handwritten translation of "How Firm a Foundation," 2p. 

A different handwritten draft of chpt 1:1-18, 2p. 

Handwritten and signed draft, Chpt 53:1-12, 7p. Includes Handwritten and signed letter fragment Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson to the Editor, Indian Missionary, in reference to her translations of Isaiah and Psalms, 1p; also includes unidentified handwritten and signed draft in which the names of J. Murrow, James Scott, and John Edwards are mentioned. 

 1931.001.1.8.9 Gospel according to St. Matthew 

Handwritten notes in English pertaining to the revision of Loughridge and Winsett's edition of Matthew, translated into the Creek by William Shenck and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, 1p. 1875 

 1931.001.1.8.10 Gospel according to St. Mark 

Incomplete handwritten translation into the Creek, 31p. 

 1931.001.1.8.11, 9:1-2 Gospel according to St. Luke   3.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into the Creek, Chpts 1-3 and portions of 23, 24, 6p. 

Chpts 3-19 and portions of 1, 23p. 

Annotated proof of the American Bible Society 1880 edition. 

Annotated proof of the American Bible Society 1880 edition. 

 1931.001.1.9.3 Gospel according to St. John   1.0 Folders

Handwritten draft in English and Creek relating to Chpt 10, 3p. 

Handwritten translation into the Creek, some in more than one version, Chpts 16-18, 20-21, 15p. 

Handwritten fragment of a translation into the Creek, Chpt 18:9-20, 34-40, 2p. 

 1931.001.1.9.4-7 Acts of the Apostles   4.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into the Creek, portions of Chpts 3-8, 9p. 

Annotated proof of the American Bible Society 1879 edition in the Creek language; p1-44. 

p45-67. 

p68-94. 

 1931.001.1.10.1 Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians, I-II   1.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into the Creek, 19p. 

 1931.001.1.10.2 Epistle of St. Paul to the Galatians   1.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into the Creek, [Chpts 1-6],6p. 

 1931.001.1.10.3 Epistle of St. Paul to the Ephesians   1.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into the Creek, Chpts 4-6 and unidentified fragments, 10p. Includes handwritten and signed unidentified draft article [?] on verso of last two pages. 

 1931.001.1.10.4 Epistle of St. Paul to Timothy, I-II and Epistle of St. Paul to Philemon   1.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into Creek, 26p. 

 1931.001.1.10.5-6 Epistles of Paul the Apostle to the Philippians, Colossians I-II, Thessalonians I-II, Timothy, and Philemon   2.0 Folders

Annotated proof of the American Bible Society 1885 edition in the Creek language. 

 1931.001.1.10.7 Epistle of St. Paul to the Hebrews   1.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into Creek, Chpts 1-13, 17p. 

 1931.001.1.10.8 Epistle of St. Peter, I-II   1.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into Creek; I:Chpts 1-5 and II:Chpts 2-3, 8p. 

 1931.001.1.10.9 Epistle of St. Jude   1.0 Folders

Handwritten fragment of a translation into Creek language, 1p. 

 1931.001.1.10.10 Revelations   1.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into Creek, Chpts 1-22 and fragments, 28p. 

 1931.001.1.11.1 Unidentified bible fragments, 13p.   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.11.2-8, 12.1-8 Vocabularies and grammar   15.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.11.2 Handwritten draft of a proposed English-Creek dictionary, 88p. 

Handwritten English-Creek vocabulary in a scratch book, with some pages missing, 62p. 

 1931.001.1.11.3 Handwritten list of names, dates and notations on verso of cardboard backing. 

 1931.001.1.11.4 Handwritten fragments of Creek-English vocabulary and related notes, 5p. 

Proof sheet for Creek-English vocabulary lesson, Tullahassee. 12 Nov 1877 

 1931.001.1.11.5 Carbon copy typed vocabulary test, 3 copies, 1p each. 

Handwritten list of adjectives in Creek and English with related notes, 3p. 

Handwritten conjugation in Creek of the verbs "to be" and "to stop," 2p. 

 1931.001.1.11.6 Handwritten conjugation in Creek of the verb "to strike," 16p. 

 1931.001.1.11.7 Handwritten notes and exercises in Creek grammar and sentence structure, 44p. 

Handwritten draft inventory of various student's clothing and Creek bible verses in Creek excised from unknown source, all in a child's lesson book inscribed "To my granddaughter M.A.R. when she's old enough to use it." Tullahassee. 1851 

 1931.001.1.11.8 Mvskoke Nakcokv Eskerretv Esvhokkolat. (Creek Second Reader). W.S. Robertson and David Winslett. New York: American Tract Society. 1870   1.0 Folders

Incomplete page proof pasted into a bound mock-up, with handwritten annotations and additions to text, 22p. 

Handwritten title page, table of contents, preface, 3p. 

"Mvhayv. The Teacher. Hecetv II." Proofs, 4 pieces. 

 1931.001.1.11.9-10, 12.1-5 The Doctrines and Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church South. Edited by John J. Tigert, DD LLD. 1894   6.0 Folders

Handwritten translation into Creek. 

Introduction, Chpt I, Parts I-XIV, 16p. 

 1931.001.1.11.10 Introduction, another version, including Chpt I, Parts 1-3, 50p. 

 1931.001.1.12.1 Chpt II, Parts 2-5; Chpt III, Part 4, 22p. 

 1931.001.1.12.2 Chpt III, Part 3; Chpt VII, Parts 2-5; Chpt VIII, Parts 2-3; Chpt IX, Parts 1-2; Chpt X, Part 1; Chpt III, Part 6; Chpt XIV, Part 1-2; 38p. 

 1931.001.1.12.3 Chpt III, Parts 4-5; Table of Contents; "Cokv-Vhorkvske," with a fragment of Part 4; 11p. 

 1931.001.1.12.4 Chpt III, Parts 7 17; Chapt IV, Parts 1-2; Chapt V; Chpt VI, Parts 1-5; 25p. 

 1931.001.1.12.5 Chpt VI, Part 6; Chpt XII; "Cokv-Vhorkvske," Parts 1 and fragment of 3 with an unidentified fragment, 14p. 

 1931.001.1.12.6 The Book of Discipline of the Methodist Church   1.0 Folders

Handwritten and signed translation into Creek of sections 7 and 8, 5p. 

 1931.001.1.12.7 "Manual of Presbyterian Church. Through Marriage Nearly"   1.0 Folders

Incomplete handwritten unpublished draft in Creek, 3p. 

 1931.001.1.12.8 ["Manual"] 

Handwritten partial draft translation into Creek of an unidentified manuscript, 24p. 

Hymns and songs 

 1931.001.1.12.9 Handwritten translation into Creek of hymns and songs from the Muskogee Hymn Book, 18p.   1.0 Folders

"According To Thy Gracious Word." 

"Oh, How I Love Thy Law." 

"Hark, My Soul, It Is the Lord." 

"Come, Children, Learn to Fear the Lord." 

"Jesus, and Shall It Ever Be." 

"The Years with Youthful Vigor Warm." 

"The Righteous Blessed In Death." 

"Goodnight 'Til We Meet in the Morning." 

"Song of Triumph." 

"The Sweet Bye and Bye." 

"I Have a Saviour, He's Pleading." 

"Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross." 

"What A Friend We Have In Jesus." 

"Happy Day." 

"We're Going Home." 

"Happy Meet Me Here." 

"More Love To Thee, O Christ." 

"On Christ the Solid Rock I Stand." 

"Home Sweet Home." 

Unidentified and fragments, 7p. 

 1931.001.1.12.10-11, 13.1-4 Unidentified Creek manuscripts   6.0 Folders

 1931.001.1.12.10 Este Cate Mvnette...." Numbered p1-45. 

 1931.001.1.12.11 "Erke Hesaketvmese...." 4p. 

Handwritten translation into Creek of unidentified chapters from the Bible, 16p. 

 1931.001.1.13.1 Incomplete handwritten translation into Creek, possibly of a manual, pages numbered p1-78. 

 1931.001.1.13.2 Handwritten translation into Creek of a piece possibly about the importance or meaning of the baptism of little children, 31p. 

 1931.001.1.13.3 "Father and Son." Handwritten draft fragment, 1p. 

"Yupo-yvpe." [Horn-nose] Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"Emekusvpkv." Handwritten draft, 1p. 

"Uehome-eskv." [A Drunkard]. Handwritten draft, 2p. 

Fragments, 32 pieces. 

 1931.001.1.13.4 Publication account records. Handwritten figures and notes in two scratch notebooks. 1898-1902 

Correspondence 

Scope and Contents note

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. Typescript transcriptions, part of a Works Progress Administration project in the 1930s, accompany most pieces of correspondence.

 1931.001.2.1.1 Abbey - Alpheus   1.0 Folders

Abbey, Louise Parsons. To and from Alice Robertson. Elmira College acquaintance. (LS74, LS66) 1929 

Abbott, Lewis. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Adair Gleaner. (See Series 1: Correspondence: Checotah Times) 

Adams, Harold L. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Adams, L.R. (Mrs. John T.). To Alice Robertson. (LS49) c1922 

Adams, Richard C. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Delaware Indians. (1543) 1921 

Adams, Vera M. To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. (1824) 1922 

Adriaans, John H. (Attorney). Calling card. 

Adriaans, John H. (Attorney). Calling card. 

Aikman, R. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (ND1) Incomplete date 

Alden, Isabella M. To Alice Robertson. Request for Alice Robertson to talk at a prayer meeting. (915A) 1893 

Aldrich, Harry C. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1634) 1922 

Alexander, Charles W. (Journalist). Calling card. 

Alexander, Ethel Mather. To Alice Robertson. (ND2) No date 

Allen, J.N. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (LS84) No date 

Allen, Mary S. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Allen, William Austin. To Alice Robertson. (1392) 1917 

Alpheus. To Cook, Benjamin E. (LS85) 1921 

 1931.001.2.1.2 American Anti - American Indian   1.0 Folders

American Anti-Socialist League (F.G.R. Gordon). Calling card. 

American Baptist Home Mission Society. To Alice Robertson. (667) 1883 

American Bible Society. To Council, Creek Nation. In reference to reprints of the Creek editions of Genesis, Psalms, and the New Testament. (1233) 1905 

American Bible Society. To and from Alice Robertson. (1626, 1635, 1708, 1710, 1717, 1725, 1751) 1922-1933 

American Farm Bureau Federation. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1690) 1922 

American Federation of Labor. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1689) 1922 

American Indian Defense Association, Inc. To Alice Robertson. In reference to legislation affecting Pueblo Indian lands in New Mexico. 1923 

 1931.001.2.1.3 American Legion - Anthony   1.0 Folders

American Legion and Auxiliaries. To and from Alice Robertson. (LS85, 1595) 1921-1923 

American Legion (Chelsea Post #34). To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1613, 1616, 1633, 1728, LS48, LS51, 1914, LS50, 1971, 1694) 1922 

American Protective Tariff League. To Alice Robertson. (1816, 1837) 1922 

American Red Cross. To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 1: Correspondence: United States Government: Veterans Bureau; Series 3: Personal Papers: Red Cross) (1933, 1941, 1946, 1951, 1960) 1923 

Anthony, Robert W. (First Presbyterian Church, Schenectady, NY). To Alice Robertson. (LS49, 1668) 1922 

 1931.001.2.1.4 Appleby - Astor   1.0 Folders

Appleby, T. Frank (Mrs.) Christmas card with handwritten note. (1327) 

Applegate, Frank R. To Alice Robertson. In reference Civil Service Commission. (See also Creagen, C.E. (U.S. House of Representatives) (1338) 1909-1910 

Archer, Carlotta. To Alice Robertson.` 1920 

Arentz, Samuel Shaw (U.S. House of Representatives). Includes joint letter to J.W. Fordney, Chairman Commission on Ways and Means in reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1681) 

Armstrong, Luther D. (American Legion Commander). To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1528) 1922 

Association of Collegiate Alumnae. To and from Alice Robertson. (1550) 1921 

Astor, Viscount and Viscountess. To Alice Robertson. Menu, invitations, program for farewell dinner. 1922 

 1931.001.2.1.5 Atkinson - Ayklesworth   1.0 Folders

Atkinson, N.L. To Alice Robertson. 1912 

Averyt, Charles R. Federal Board for Vocational Education (Division of Vocational Rehabilitation) form. 1912 

Ayer, Mary E. Day. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the burning of Alice Robertson's home. (2026, 2029) 1925 

Ayklesworth, A.S. To Alice Robertson. (1178) 1904 

 1931.001.2.1.6 B - Barnett   1.0 Folders

B---, A.H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1673) 1922 

Bacone College. To Alice Robertson. (LS72) 1928-1929 

Bailey, DeRoos (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Baird, Lyman D. Calling card. 

Baker, (Miss). From Alice Robertson. (2511) 1930 

Baker, Leslie. To Alice Robertson. Request for a Creek Bible. (1130) 1903 

Baker, Paul E. To Alice Robertson. [1823] 1922 

Baker, W.M. (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. (2419) 1928-1930 

Balentine, A.H. To Alice Robertson. (802) 1888 

Ballew, J.W. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1928 

Bank of America. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. Includes chart of State Aid for World War Veterans. (1628) 1922 

Barcelo, Antonio R. To Alice Robertson. Calling card. No date 

Barnett, (Miss). Christmas card. (1660) 

Barnett, Charles. To [?]. Autobiography of a Creek student taught by H. Balentine and J. Ross Ramsay. Typed transcription, 3p. (MR46) 

Barnett, Latonia. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

Barnett, Margaret. To Alice Robertson. Incomplete date 

Barnett, Martha Ann. To Dorcas Platt Robertson. (45) 1858 

 1931.001.2.1.7 Bass   1.0 Folders

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. John Harvey). To and from University of Tulsa Library. (See also Series 1: Correspondence: Oklahoma Historical Society) (LS90, LS91) 1933-1939, 1960-1977, no date 

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. John Harvey). From James W. Moffitt. In reference to her book, The Cherokee Messenger. 1936 

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. John Harvey). From Mary C. Munson. In reference to the Boudinot family. 1937 

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. John Harvey). Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill sample letter. 1921 

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. John Harvey). From Emily R. Torrey. (LS94) 1936 

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. John Harvey). (See also Series 1: Correspondence: Oklahoma Historical Society) 

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. John Harvey). (See also Series 1: Correspondence: University of Oklahoma Press) 

 1931.001.2.1.8 Bates - Beveridge   1.0 Folders

Bates, Charles Francis (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Bebb, Mary. To Alice Robertson. (2164) 1929 

Beale, Harriet Blaine. To Alice Robertson. (ND5) No date 

Beasley, Dorothy. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Belcher, C.C. Handwritten draft Articles of Agreement, Power of Attorney, and lease agreement, 5p. (1872) 

Bell, Samuel M. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (2075) 1927-1928 

Benedict, Omer K. Carbon copy transcription of the article, "Oklahoma's Seven Most Prominent Women," appearing in The Daily Oklahoman. (2496) c1930 

Benge, George F. To Alice Robertson. (1875) 1923 

Benham, John S. (and Mrs.) 3 Calling cards. 

Bennett [?], Leo E. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's death. (1244) 1905 

Benson, Henry A. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Former teacher at mission school, Muskogee. (2146) 1928 

Benson, I.D. (and Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. (2234) 1929 

Berry, Jane Louise. Wedding invitation. 1894 

Berryman, W.L. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill. (LS46) 1921 

Bess. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Bettis, Sinks. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Bev. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Beveridge, Kenneth. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

 1931.001.2.1.9 Bickford - Boys   1.0 Folders

Bickford, W.F. (Correspondent). To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to Charles Tidwell. (1921, 1950, 1952) 1923 

Bixby, Edson Kingman (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Bixby, Joel H. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Bixler, Harris J. (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Blace [?], Myrtle. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Blanchard, Irvin. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to fencing and property lines. (1285, 1288) 1907 

Bliss, Robert Woods (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Incomplete date 

Blodgell, N. (Mrs. John W.). To Alice Robertson. 1922 

Bloodgood, Ruth. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card with handwritten note. 

Bluxome, John DeCamp (Mrs.) Christmas card with handwritten note. 

Bonaparte, Charles J. To Alice Robertson. In reference to recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. (1205, 1230) 1904-1905 

Boss, (Miss). Calling card. 

Bostic, DeLorese. Calling card. 

Bostic, Phifer Baxter. To Alice Robertson. Invitation. No date 

Boston Sunday Post. To and from Alice Robertson. 1922 

Boudinot, Delight Sargent. From Woman's Board of Missions. (714) 1884 

Boudinot, Elias. Typed transcription from the town history papers of the Woman's Club of Washington, CT. An account by Mary Brinsmade Church, the grand-daughter, 7p. (LS94) 

Bowen, William H.C. To Alice Robertson. In reference to claims by retired officers. (1769) 1922 

Bowie, William L. To Alice Robertson. (1451) 1920 

Boyce, William Dickson. To Alice Robertson. Author of The Philippine Islands. 

Boys, A.T. (Attorney). Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.1.10 Bradley - Buxton   1.0 Folders

Bradley, Nettie G. To Alice Robertson. (1605) 1920 

Brainerd Jr., Ezra. Calling card. 

Bramwell, Gerald. Calling card with handwritten note. 

Brandt, May Torr. To Alice Robertson. (LS49) 1922 

Braniff Company, T.F. From Alice Robertson. (2480) 1930 

Bressers Flower Shop. From Alice Robertson. (2397) 1930 

Brewer, R.P. To Alice Robertson. (1456) 1920 

Brewer, Theo F. To U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster; to Alice Robertson. (ND10) c1904, 1920 

Brewer, T.W. 1916 

Briggs, W.G. To Alice Robertson. 1909 

Brighton, Ida L. To Alice Robertson. (ND11) No date 

Broadhead, J.C. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 

Bronaugh, Perry Simpson. To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. 1910 

Brown, Benjamin H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1691) 1922 

Brown, Henry K. Bush. Christmas card. 

Brown, Herbert J. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (LS48) 1922 

Brown, John B. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Brown, Joseph (Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Brown, Phil. To Alice Robertson. (2501) 1930 

Browne, Edward E. (and Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Browne, Ella Mars. Calling card with handwritten note. (1901) 

Brunson, Louise. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1925 

Bucher, Carroll S. 1920 

Buick Motor Company. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the tax on automobiles and gasoline, and the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

Builders' Supply Company. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1632) 1922 

Burgess, J.A. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (1570) 1921 

Burke, Charles H. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Burleson, J.E. Calling card. 

Butler, Marion. Calling card. 

Butler, Sarah Schugler. Calling card. 

Butts, R.B. (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. (1440) 1920 

Butz, W.B. From Alice Robertson. (1568) 1921 

Buxton, (Miss). Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.1.11 Caffey - Capp   1.0 Folders

Caffey, Helen Meade (Mrs. L.M.) To Alice Robertson. (LS61, 2104, LS66) 1928 

Cain, Dr. From Alice Robertson. In reference to Sawokla farm, post office position, etc. (1319) 1909 

Cain, L.F. (U.S. House of Representatives). To Alice Robertson. In reference to the candidacy of Captain Reeves for mayor, etc. (1325) 1909 

Calhoun, Herbert C. (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Calkins, Richard H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1655) 1922 

Callahan, Edwin. Death notice. (LS25) 1893 

Callanan, W.A. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the House of Representatives restaurant. (1865) 1923 

Campbell, (Miss). Calling card. 

Campbell, Guy Edgar (and Mrs.). 2 Calling cards. 

Campbell, Ralph E. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Campbell, Walter. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1693) 1922 

Canfield, C.B. [Carl]. To Alice Robertson. (1464) 1920 

Canfield, Carl B. Calling card. 

Cannon, Andrew Hamilton (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Cannon, E.D. Calling card. 

Cantrell, Rose B. To Alice Robertson. Seeking advice on securing appointment to postmaster position in Henryetta, Oklahoma. (1872) 1923 

Capen, Alice J. (2332, 2349) 1929 

Capp, Seth B. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1643) 1922 

 1931.001.2.1.12 Card - Chandler   1.0 Folders

Card, Thomas B. To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) (1399, 1425, 1434) 1918-1919 

Carman, Albert R. (Mrs.). 2 Calling cards. 

Carr, Cornelius. Various receipts. 1900-1901 

Carr, Thomas. Articles of Agreement between the Creek Nation and the Cherokee Nation. (MR57) 1859 

Carrico, S.T. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1639) 1922 

Carruthers, Alexander S. Calling card. 

Carter, Charles David (and Mrs.) Wedding invitation. 1923 

Carter, E.M. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Catholic Indian Missions, Bureau of. To and from Alice Robertson. (1358) 1912-1921 

Catto, William (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Central National Bank (Okmulgee). To and from Alice Robertson. (2151, 2180, 2182, 2196, 2199, 2200) 1929 

Central News Photo Service. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Chalmers, William Wallace. Calling card. 

Chambers, James Pryor (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. In reference to Cousin Nan and brother Sam. (2231) 1929 

Chance, (Mr.) From Alice Robertson. In reference to the departure of Inspector Emmons. (1283) 1907 

Chandler Mercantile Company. To Postmaster General, Washington, D.C. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. (1197, 1194) 1904 

 1931.001.2.1.13 Chapin - Childers   1.0 Folders

Chapin, Jennie E. To Alice Robertson. (1351, 1355) 1911-1912 

Checote, Samuel. To William Robison. Request to purchase livestock. (259) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1868 

Checote Times. From Alice Robertson. Inquiry as to charges for placement of a political advertisement. (1444) 

Cherokees, Eastern Emigrant (Webbers Falls, Oklahoma). Handwritten and signed resolution endorsing Alice Robertson for Congress, 2p. (LS48) 1922 

Chic. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Childers, Daniel. To Alice Robertson. In reference to his boys' progress at Carlisle. (17) 1881 

Childers, E.B. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a trip to Carlisle. (613) 1883 

Childers, Lydia. To Alice Robertson. In reference to tuition at Carlisle. (571) 1882 

 1931.001.2.2.1 Chindblom - Clarke   1.0 Folders

Chindblom, Carl Richard. 2 Calling cards. 

Chittenden, George B. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Chittenden, Marjorie Lee. Calling card. 

Christian Jr., George Busby (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Christobal Womans Club. To and from Alice Robertson. 1922 

Chupco, John To Rev. Elliott. (See also Series 1: Correspondence: Ramsay, J.R.) (441) 1878 

Churchill, Clara. To Alice Robertson. (2105) 1928 

Clague, Frank (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Clark, Amelia R. (cousin) 

To and from Alice Robertson. (181) 1864, 1922-1925 

To Grandparents. No date 

Clark, Don H. (Chairman, First Congressional District, Georgia). Calling card. 

Clark, Elizabeth, L. To Alice Robertson. (1267) 1906 

Clark, E.O. (Attorney). To and from Alice Robertson. (1548, 2402) 1921-1930 

Clark, Florence G. Calling card. 

Clark, Marcella. To Alice Robertson. (1810) 1922 

Clarke, Charles M. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. (1854) 1923 

 1931.001.2.2.2 Clarkson - Clinton   1.0 Folders

Clarkson, Sidney W. (Mrs.) Calling card with handwritten note. 

Cleveland, Clarence Edwin (and Mrs.) Wedding invitation. 1922 

Cleves, W.B. 2 Calling cards. Former Elmira student. 

Clingan, (Miss). Calling card. 

Clinton, Fred S. (and Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. (LS66) 1928 

Clinton, Lee (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. (LS66). 1928 

Clinton, Louise. To Alice Robertson. (1090) 1902 

Clinton, Susan M. To Alice Robertson. (2404, LS66) 1928 

 1931.001.2.2.3 Cobb - Comstock   1.0 Folders

Cobb and Company, H.C. To Postmaster General, Washington D.C. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. (1193) 1904 

Coburn, A. From Alice Robertson. In reference to a gift of phonograph records to the Muskogee VA hospital. (1916) 

Cochran, (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1923 

Cochran, A.D. (Attorney). To and from Alice Robertson. (LS66) 1928 

Cochran, Marion M. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (LS66, 1703) 1922 

Coe, John M. (and Mrs.). 2 Greeting cards. 1928, no date 

Cohenour, S. Scott (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. (2516) 1930 

Colbert, Ben H. (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Collins Dietz Morris Company. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1625, 1636) 1922 

Collins, Rosser Alexander (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Combs, Thomas (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Comite Feminista pro Suffragion del Uruguay. To Alice Robertson. (1561) 1921 

Commercial National Bank. To Alice Robertson. (1530, 1862) 1921-1925 

Comstock-Smedley Company. Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.2.4 Conklin - Coolidge Campaign   1.0 Folders

Conklin, Mary Greer. Calling card. 

Connell, Charles Robert (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Connor, Frank W. Calling card. 

Consumers League of Western Pennsylvania (Laura D. Redick). 2 Calling cards with handwritten note. 

Conway, L. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1746) 1922 

Cook, Benjamin Edwards 

From W. Henry Horne, Jr. (1859, LS50) 1923 

To Cousin Liz. Contains a segment about Alice Robertson. (LS49) 1922 

To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. (410) 1922 

Washington Employment Exchange To Alice Robertson in reference to Cook's application for position as law clerk. 1923 

Typed and signed draft of Transcription of Record of a law suit against Alice Robertson, 10p. 1923 

(See also Series 6: Oversize for related article appearing in the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, 21 Jan 1921) 

Cook, Charles A. (Oklahoma House of Representatives). To Alice Robertson. In reference to Mr. Creag[or] and his protest against Alice Robertson's confirmation. (1314) 1909 

Cook, Clara E. To Alice Robertson. (1485) 1920 

Cook, Donald. To Alice Robertson. In reference to President Harding's visit to his school. (MR36) No date 

Cook, Elizabeth Marcia. From Alice Robertson. 1921 

Cook Emily. To Alice Robertson. (1475A) 1920 

Cook, M.B. To Alice Robertson. (1970) 1923 

Cook, William J. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1923 

Coolidge Campaign, Chicago (James W. Good). From Alice Robertson. 1924 

 1931.001.2.2.5-6 Coolidge Womens Club   2.0 Folders

Coolidge Womens Club of America (Mrs. William Lowell Putnam). To and from Alice Robertson. (2017, 2028, 2024, 2082, 2085, LS68, 2099, LS65, 1354, 2110, 2111, 2159, 2248, 2157, 2273, 2282, 2317, 2325, 2375, 2353, 2425A, 2443, 2455, 2493, 2507, ND88, ND89) 1921-1928 

Coolidge Womens Club of America. 1929-1931, no date 

 1931.l001.2.2.7 Coplan - Cummings   1.0 Folders

Coplan, William M. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Coral and Edgar. To and from Alice Robertson. 1929, no date 

Cork, Thomas. To Alice Robertson. (1412) 1918 

Corky. To Alice Robertson. (1401) 1919 

Cornelius, C.P. (Nighthawk Keetoowah Society). To Alice Robertson. In reference to HR 2418. 1922 

Corry, L.E. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Cosdon, Alfred C. Calling card. 

Costigan, William J. Calling card. 165th Infantry, New York National Guard. 

Cottingham, Hayes, Green and McInnis. To Alice Robertson. In reference to power of the Supreme Court. (1106) 1922 

Cowan, Willis (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Cowgill, Lou Verna. To and from Alice Robertson. (2318) 1929 

Cox, I.H. Calling card. 

Crabtree, Harriett E. To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1900 

Craig, Ann Augusta Robertson. (See Series 1: Correspondence: Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta) 

Crain, R.W. (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Cramer, Francis S. (See Series 1: Correspondence: Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte) 

Crane, H.A. To Alice Robertson. (1467) 1920 

Crawford, William (Mrs.) Calling card with handwritten note. 

Creagen, C.E. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Civil Service Commission and the transfer of Mr. Hay. (See also Series 1: Correspondence: Applegate, Frank R.) (1326) 1909 

Crisp, Charles R. 2 Calling cards. 

Croft, Raymond M. Calling card. 

Crosby, Sarah Ford. To Alice Robertson. (2064) 1920-1927 

Crouch, Frank C. Calling card. 

Cumming, Surgeon General (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Cummings, M. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. In reference to taxation of ex-soldiers. (1819) 1922 

 1931.001.2.2.8 Cunliff - Curtis   1.0 Folders

Cunliff, Benjamin (Architect). To and from Alice Robertson. (1340, 1341) 1910 

Cureton, Otis R. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Curry, Charles F. (U.S. House of Representatives). To and from Alice Robertson. (1938, 1995, LS55, 2000, LS66, 2448, 2456) 1924-1930 

Curry, Florence A. Calling card. 

Curtis, (Miss). From Alice Robertson. Sister of U.S. Senator Curtis. (LS66, 1306) 1908 

Curtis, William E. (Chicago Record Herald) From Alice Robertson. (LS36) 1905 

 1931.001.2.2.9 D - Daily Oklahoman   1.0 Folders

D---, Margaret Blaine. To Alice Robertson. (657) 1923 

d'Albenas, Edmond. To Alice Robertson. (1398) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1883 

d'Albenas, Eva and Prosper. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1928 

d'Albenas, Paul. To Alice Robertson. (1398) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1918 

Daily Oklahoman. To and from Alice Robertson. (1886, 2260, 2263, 2264, LS76, 2445, 2466, 2467, 2321) 1923-1931 

 1931.001.2.2.10 Daily Phoenix - Daughters   1.0 Folders

Daily Phoenix. To and from Alice Robertson. (17668, 2344, 2424) 1922-1929 

Dale, Frank. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

Daltry, J.L. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. 1930 

Darrach, Mary Louise. Calling card. 

Daugherty, H.M. (Attorney). To Murcheson, A.H. In reference to Alice Robertson. (2179, 2202); From Alice Robertson, in reference to personal tragedy of the firm, resignation from the Muskogee VA hospital, loyalty to President Harding, etc. 1929 

Daughters of the American Revolution. To and from Alice Robertson. (1353, 1354, 1502, LS46, 1861, LS66, ND168) 1897-1929, no date 

 1931.001.2.2.11 Davis - Delineator   1.0 Folders

Davis, Alice B. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Davis, Abbie Green. To Alice Robertson. (1546) 1921 

Davis, Charles R. To Alice Robertson. (1393) 1917 

Davis, Frank Greene. Calling card. 

Davis, H.W. To [?]. Fragment in reference to a donation to the Home Missions. (ND15) No date 

Davis, James John (Mrs.) Calling card. (2310) 

Darrach, Mary Louise. Calling card. 

Daugherty, H.M. (Attorney). To Murcheson, A.H. In reference to Alice Robertson. (2179, 2202); from Alice Robertson, in reference to personal tragedy of the firm, resignation from the Muskogee VA hospital, loyalty to President Harding, etc. 1929 

Daughters of the American Revolution. To and from Alice Robertson. (1353, 1354, 1502, LS46, 1861, LS66, ND168) 1897-1929, no date 

 1931.001.2.2.12 Dennis - Dyre   1.0 Folders

Dennis, E. To W.L. Squier. (18) (See also Series 1: Correspondence: King, W; Swift, Isaac) 1883 

Denton, Clara and J.C. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Denton, Lilah. (See Series 1: Correspondence: Lindsay, Lilah Denton) 

DeRadcliffe, W.E. To Alice Robertson. (1334) 1909 

Derby, Ethel Roosevelt. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill. (1622) 1922 

Dickson, James (Mrs.). Calling card with handwritten note. 

Dill, John H. To and from Alice Robertson. (1472, 1755, 2510) 1920-1930 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War. To Alice Robertson. Invitation to a convention. No date 

Disney, L.G. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Dixon, James A. To Alice Robertson. (2476) 1930 

Dodson, George H. From [?]. In reference to the contesting of the election of W.W. Hastings. (1821) 1922 

Downs, Milton B. From Alice Robertson. (LS70, LS84) 1928 

Donovan, Mary. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Dopham, Jr., John Nicholas (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Douglas, Clarence B. From Alice Robertson. (2414) 1930 

Downs, Norma Noble. To Alice Robertson. Incomplete date 

Drain, Maud. To and from Alice Robertson. Request for research information from a University of Oklahoma student. (LS66) 1927-1928 

Drane, Herbert J. 2 Calling cards. 

Drake, W.T. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the District Probate Attorney position. 1921 

Draper, B. (Mrs. A.G.) To Alice Robertson. (1847) 1928 

Draper, James H. (Aunt of Grant Forman). Calling card. 

Draper, Nell Merrill. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the pedigrees of Nancy Brown Hitchcock, Mary Avery and others. (2450) 1930 

Drew, C.H. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Dunn, Willliam M. To and from Alice Robertson. Request for information pertaining to the Creeks and Choctaws. (LS61, LS66) 1927 

Durant, Horace B. (Attorney). Calling card. 

Durbin, Frances Hay. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1698) 1922 

Dyer, Frank G. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Dyre, William Henry. Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.3.1 Earnest - Ellis   1.0 Folders

Earnest, Albert N. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Muskogee VA hospital. (1610) 1922 

Eaton, Lewis (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Eberle, Terry. To Alice Robertson. (1349) 1911-1917 

Ed. To Alice Robertson. In reference to an unidentified report by Alice Robertson. (1074) 1902 

Edmunds, Florence Platt. Calling card. 

Edouards, E.L. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (18) No date 

Edwards, Ellen C. Calling card. 

Edwards, V.P. (Mrs.). To Alice Robertson. (19) Incomplete date 

Eitel, Fanny F. Calling card. 

Elder, E.K. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to topographical contour plats. (LS85) 1921 

Elks Club (Muskogee). From Alice Robertson. (1905) 1923 

Ella. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Elliott, Harvey E. (Attorney). Calling card. 

Elliott, J. (Reverend). (See Series 1: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Chupco, John) 

Ellis, Madeleine. Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.3.2 Elmira College   1.0 Folders

Elmira College. To and from Alice Robertson. (1469, 1468, 1494, 1521, 1848, 1849, 1866, 1896, 2068, LS66, LS70, 2246, 2232, 2249, 2255, 2258, 2525, ND61, (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Elmira College) 1920-1931, no date 

 1931.001.2.3.3 Emily - Ewing   1.0 Folders

Emily. To Jane. 1905 

Emma (cousin). To Alice Robertson. Includes handwritten note to Alice Robertson. (21) No date 

Emmons, Louis C. Calling card. 

Empire Plumbing and Heating Company. From Alice Robertson. (LS66) 1928 

Erdman, Albert. To Alice Robertson. (672) 1883 

Ernest and Madge. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Ethel. To Alice Robertson. Cousin refers to pictures of Grandma's house. (1428) 1919 

Evans, A. Grant. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. (1003) 1922 

Evans, A. Grant. To Pleasant Porter. In reference to Nuyaka buildings. 1889 

Evans, Janey. To Alice Robertson. (2148) 1928 

Evarts, Mary. To Alice Robertson. (ND20, 22) Incomplete date 

Evarts, William M. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Evening Sun (Gertrude Leimbach, Correspondent). Calling card. 

Everett, Charlotte Crittenden. Calling card. 

Everman, W.A. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1653) 1922 

Ewing, Amos A. Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.3.4 Fairfield - Fitgerald   1.0 Folders

Fairfield, Louis W. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Farley, S. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Farmers' National Council. To U.S. Congress. (1662) 1922 

Farnsworth, Mamie P. To Alice Robertson. (1381) 1917 

Farrow, Anna E. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card with handwritten note. 

Fear, Charles W. (See Series 1: Correspondence: Oklahoma Memorial Association) 

Felter, Frank. Calling card. 

Ferguson, Walter (and Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. (1797, 2172) 1922-1929 

Fess, Simeon D. To and from Alice Robertson. (1443) 1920 

Fidelity Title and Trust Company. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a monetary gift given by Mary C. Thaw. (1999) 1924 

Finley, Martha E. To Alice Robertson. (LS49) 1922 

First Church of Christ, Scientist (Muskogee). From Alice Robertson. (1919) 1923 

First M.E. Church, South (Muskogee). To Alice Robertson. (2129) 1928 

First National Bank (Muskogee). From Alice Robertson. (1197, 2306, 1560, 2423, 2491, 2508) 1904-1930 

First Presbyterian Church (Muskogee.) To Alice Robertson. (1888, LS51, 2265) 1923 

First Presbyterian Church (Tulsa.) (See Series 1: Loughridge, R.M.: "History of Mission Work....") 

First Presbyterian Church (Vinita.) To and from Alice Robertson. (2296) 1929 

Fish, Jr., Hamilton. (See Series 1: Correpondence: Arentz, Samuel Shaw) 

Fischer, Emil S. Calling card. 

Fisher, Hubert Frederick. Calling card. 

Fisk, Clinton B. (U.S. Peace Commissioner). Typed transcription of a speech, 2p. (LS17) 1883 

Fisk, Isabel Page. To Alice Robertson. (1516) 1920 

Fitz, Harry A. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. In reference to Ann Orr. (LS70) 1928 

Fitzgerald, J.E. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (LS49) 1922 

Fitzgerald, Roy G. (See Series 1: Correspondence: Arentz, Samuel Shaw) 

 1931.001.2.3.5 Fleming - Fuller   1.0 Folders

Fleming, John. To Fleming, Mary Ann. (1A) 1825 

Flenners, Johnny. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Flickinger, Robert E. To Alice Robertson. In reference to politics. Also includes handwritten note on verso by Augusta Robertson-Moore. (2072) 1927 

Floyd, Joseph Clinton. Wedding invitation. 1910 

Foley, C.E. To Alice Robertson. (2137) 1928 

Forbes, Lester. To Alice Robertson. In reference to his work with Ada Livers. (LS66) (See also Series 1: Correspondence: Livers, Ada) 1928 

Ford, W.D. To Alice Robertson. Letter of introduction to John G. Gill. (1836) 1922 

Forman, Grant. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Eliza Mix. (2142) 1928 

Forstall, Gertrude. To Alice Robertson. (794, 1706) 1887-1922 

Fort Smith District Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs. (See Series 1: Correspondence: National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club) 

Fosseen, Manly. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Foster, George E. Publication announcement for his book, Se-Quo-Yah: The American Cadmus and Modern Moses. 

Foster, Nan. To Alice Robertson. (2058) 1927 

Foster Petroleum Corporation. To Alice Robertson. In reference to pages from an Indian history. (2069) 1927 

Fowlkes, Maxcy Bradford. To and from Alice Robertson. (1756) 1922 

France, (Miss). Calling card. 

France, (Mr.) Calling card. 

France, Henry, S. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

France, Joseph Irwin (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Franklin National Bank, Washington, DC (Thomas P. Hickman). Calling card. 

Frankson, Floyd B. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1856) 1922 

Fravel, Robert J.F. To [?]. Graduation invitation. Incomplete date 

Frederic J. Haskin Newspaper Syndicate (Helen Harriet Fetter). Calling card. 

Freeman, M.S. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Brainerd Mission and Samuel Austin Worcester. (LS49) 1922 

Freer, B.W. (Mrs.). From Alice Robertson. In reference to the greatest American Indian. (2294, 2301) 1929 

Fries, Amos A. (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Frisbee, Oliver L. To and from Alice Robertson. (1719, 1720) 1922 

Frye, E.M. (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. (1812, 1811, 1830) (See also Series 1: Correspondence: United States Government: Veterans Bureau) 1922 

Fuller, (Miss). Christmas card with handwritten note. 

Fuller, Howard G. Calling card. 

 1931.001.3.6 Gabe - George   1.0 Folders

Gabe and Beth. To Alice Robertson. 1910 

Gabriel, Olive Stott (Attorney). Calling card. 

Gann, Dally Curtis. To Alice Robertson. Invitation. 1923 

Gardner and Soehl. From Alice Robertson. In reference to a lost Past President's badge. (2175) 1929 

Garfield, James A. (U.S. President). Memorial service program. 1881 

Garlock, G.W. To Alice Robertson. Lt. Col., 128th Infantry. (1402) 1918 

Garnsey, Hamilton. From Alice Robertson. (1322) 1909 

Garrett, Alvin Devereau (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Garrett, Finis. Calling card. 

Gee, R.L. (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. Request of Alice Robertson to give a talk at church. (23, 2301A) 1929 

Geissler, Arthur H. (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Gentry, Abbie. To [?]. Request for money due Lewis Sharpe, deceased. 1901 

George and Clara. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Gernerd, Fred B. (and Mrs.) 4 Calling cards. 

 1931.001.2.3.8 Gernerd - Gilmore   1.0 Folders

Gibson, H.W. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1928 

Gibson, N.A. (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. Regarding Alice Robertson's confirmation. (1308) 1909 

Gillett, Frederick Huntington. To Alice Robertson. (1918) 1921-1923, no date 

Gilmore, C.R. To Alice Robertson. (1522) 1921 

 1931.001.2.3.7 George, Kate (Mrs. W.J.)   1.0 Folders

To Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to Kate George's and Alice Robertson's visit to Maine. (1771, 1940, 2347)) 1922 

To and from Alice Robertson. 1923-1931, no date 

 1931.001.2.3.8 Gernerd - Gilmore, C.R.   1.0 Folders

Gernerd, Fred B.(and Mrs.) 4 Calling cards. 

Gibson, H.W. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1928 

Gibson, N.A. (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. Regarding Alice Robertson's confirmation. (1308) 1909 

Gillett, Frederick Huntington. To Alice Robertson. (1918) 1921-1923, no date 

Gilmore, C.R. To Alice Robertson. (1522) 1921 

 1931.001.2.3.9 Gilmore, Eugene   1.0 Folders

Gilmore, Eugene. To Alice Robertson. (967, 973, 976, 978, 982) 1898 

 1931.001.2.3.10 Gilmore, Pascal - Gordon   1.0 Folders

Gilmore, Pascal P. To Alice Robertson (via Benjamin E. Cook). (1686, 1718, 1736) 1922 

Gilmore, Pascal P. To Alice Robertson. In reference to her trip to Maine. 1922 

Gilstrap, H.M. (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. No date 

Girls' Latin School (Boston, MA). To Alice Robertson. (1588) 1928 

Golobie, John. To Alice Robertson. (2057) 1920-1927 

Good, E.F. (Mrs.). From Alice Robertson. (1913) 1923 

Goodman, William J.B. To Alice Robertson. (LS85) 1921 

Goodwill, J. Birthday card 

Goodwin, Mark (news correspondent) 

From Alice Robertson. (1452, LS64) 1928 

To George Morgenstern. In reference to Alice Robertson's relationship to the press. 1920 

Goodykoontz, Wells (and Mrs.) 3 Calling cards. 

Gordon, J.M. To Alice Robertson. 1921 

Gordon, Kate. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Ann Eliza Robertson's death. (ND25) No date 

Gordon, Seth (and Mrs.). From Alice Robertson. (LS66, 2233) 1928-1929 

 1931.001.2.3.11 Gould, S.H.   1.0 Folders

Gould, S.H. To Alice Robertson. (LS17, 596, 661, 605, 614) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1882-1883 

 1931.001.2.3.12 Graham - Gulick   1.0 Folders

Graham, Hugh C. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the University of Tulsa commencement exercises. (LS66) 1928 

Graves, Eugene L. (Attorney). Calling card. 

Graves, Orlin. White, W.A. To Alice Robertson. Letter of recommendation. (1536) 1921 

Graves Publisher, W.W. To and from Alice Robertson. (2365, 2387, 2406, 2411) 1929-1930 

Gray, Ethel C. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Chickasha Club Pageant. (2207, 2208, 2215, 2227, 2229, 2275) 1929 

Gray, Margaret Stewart. Calling card. 

Grayson, George W. (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (592, 1851) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1883-1923 

Grayson, Sam. To Alice Robertson. (LS85) 1921 

Great Western Portland Cement Company (L.W. Rogers). Calling card. 

Greater Muskogee, Headquarters of. Form letter. (1276) 1906 

Greater Muskogee Association. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Greater Muskogee Association bar-b-que. (1375) No date 

Green [?], Lulu. To Alice Robertson. Contains news about work at the mission and the death of Dwight D. Hitchcock. (LS73, 249, 2403) 1867 

Green, William R. (U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means). To Alice Robertson. (LS66, 2098) 1928 

Green, A.W. Calling card. 

Green, Barney. (See Series 1: Correspondence: Land, J.H.) 

Green, Lillian. From John C. Lowrie. (See Series 1: Corrrespondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Lowrie, John C.) 

Green, Lula Samuels. To and from Alice Robertson. 1928-1930 

Green, Major (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1st Oklahoma Infantry. 1916 

Green, W.R. From Alice Robertson. 1928 

Greene, Frank L. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a letter of recommendation for Alice Robertson. (1994) 1924 

Greenslade, Rush. To C.E. Crawly. Letter of introduction for Alice Robertson. (1370) 1914 

Greenwood, Grover C. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Greer, F.H. To E. Edwin Mootz. In reference to a book manuscript. 1926 

Gregory, Admiral (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Gregory, Emily Ray. Calling cards. 

Gross, William S. To [?]. Letter fragment. 

Grubbe, H. To Alice Robertson. (1511) 1920 

Gulick, Edward Leeds. Calling card. Dartmouth College graduate. 

 1931.001.3.13 Hagan - Hale, Ferderick   1.0 Folders

Hagan, Horace H. To and from Alice Robertson. (1614A, 1615, 2220, 2241) 1922-1929 

Hagan, Samuel J. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1684) 1922 

Halbert, H.S. To Alice Robertson. (1033) 1901 

Hale, Eugene (U.S. Senate) (and Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. (1269, 1297, LS65, 1276, 1310, 1312) (See also Series 1: Correspondence: United States Government: Postal Service) 1928-1929 

Hale, Frederick. To and from Alice Robertson. 1909-1922 

 1931.001.3.14 Hale, Mary Chandler   1.0 Folders

Hale, Mary Chandler. To and from Alice Robertson. (1518, 1572, 2027, 2054, 2056, 2120, 2127, 2147, 2183, 1470) (See also Series 1: Correspondence: Worcester, Samuel Austin, for transcription of letter provided by MCH) 1920-1929, no date 

 1931.001.2.4.1 Hales - Harlow's   1.0 Folders

Hales, Minnie. To Alice Robertson. (1278) 1908 

Hall, J.A. To Alice Robertson. Request for information on the Georgia Cherokees. (1564) 1921 

Halochee Industrial Institute, Inc. (Warren E. Glenn, Principal). Open letter. (ND24) No date 

Halsey, Rosalie V. To Alice Robertson. Grand-daughter of Mrs. F.E.H. Haines. (1486) 1920 

Haltom, J.G. (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. Inquiry as to the meaning of the word ma-ho-tah. (2138, 2348) 1928 

Hamilton, Elbertine and Frank. To and from Alice Robertson. (1249, 1512, 2160, 2512) 1905-1930 

Hamilton family. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Hamilton, R.W. From Alice Robertson. (LS66) 1928 

Hamon, Jake Louis (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. 1921 

Hann, Jack Roberts. From Alice Robertson. In reference to a newspaper obituary for Maude Roberts Hann; carbon copy transcription of obituary, 1p. (2242) 1929 

Hansen, P.G. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Gordon family. (1834) 1922 

Hardy, Guy Urban (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Hargis, H.C. (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. (LS72, LS66, ND37, 2356) 1928-1929 

Harlin, James. To T.A. Bland. In an envelope addressed to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Contains encouragement and thoughts about missionary work among the Indians. (786) 1887 

Harlow Publishing Company. From Alice Robertson. (2386) 1930 

Harlow's Weekly. To Alice Robertson. Request for Alice Robertson's comments on the journal. (2128) 1928 

 1931.001.2.4.2 Harreld - Hazzlerigg   1.0 Folders

Harreld, (Mr.) Calling card. 

Harreld, J.W. (U.S. House of Representatives). To and from Alice Robertson. (1483, 1945, 2006) 1920-1924 

Harold. From Alice Robertson. (1857, LS87) 1923 

Harriman, Edward Avery. 3 Calling cards. 

Harrison, Daisy. 3 Calling cards. 

Harrision, William Henry (and Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. (2236, 2421) 1920-1930 

Hart, Esther Hastings. Calling card. 

Hart, M.M. (and Mrs.) To [?]. Wedding invitation. 1922 

Harvison, George D. To Alice Robertson. (1499) 1920 

Haskell, Charles N. (Oklahoma governor). To Alice Robertson. Invitation. 1909 

Hassan, Acheson F. (Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Hawley, Frederick W. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's death. (1250) 1905 

Hawley, Harriet Ward Foote. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Mr. Beach and Mr. Beecher. (40) (See also Series 4: Photographs) Incomplete date 

Hawley, J.R. To Alice Robertson. In reference to his appointment as supervisor of Indian schools. (985) 1899 

Haynes, Roy A. Calling card. 

Haynie, William Duff (Mrs.). 2 Calling cards. 

Hays, Edward D. (Mrs.). Calling card. 

Hazelrigg, W.R. To Alice Robertson. (1504) 1920 

 1931.001.2.4.3 Hearden - Hicks, Ferral   1.0 Folders

Hearden, Paul F. To Alice Robertson. (1394) 1917 

Heckman, Chester Lynn (and Mrs.). Visitation card. 

Heckman, Mildred and Helen. To and from Alice Robertson. 1929 

Heckman, P.E. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (2396) 1930 

Heckman, V. Janet. To Alice Robertson. (3662, 41) No date 

Hendrix, Helen. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Henry, Bodil T. To and from Alice Robertson. (1582) 1921 

Henry, J. Arthur. To Alice Robertson. 1917 

Hestar, Maud. To Alice Robertson. 1928 

Heyer, Jane. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Hiatt, J. Edgar (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Hibbard, Harry. To Alice Robertson. (2030) 1925 

Hickling, D. Percy (and Mrs.). Calling card. 

Hicks, F.C. (U.S. House of Representatives). Open letter. In reference to HR 5219. c1921 

Hicks, F.C. (U.S. House of Representatives). From Alice Robertson. Response. (1554A) 1921 

Hicks, Ferral. From Alice Robertson. 1929 

 1931.001.2.4.4 Hicks, Herbert W. - Hildt   1.0 Folders

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. To Cherokee Phoenix. Protest against the Grand River Dam project. 1929 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. From Clara Austin Hicks. No date 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. To Homer and/or Ferral. 1923-1945 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. To Mama. 1891 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. To Ann Augusta Robertson. 1933 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. Handwritten draft order for 2 rings, one for wife, the other for himself. 1894 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Miscellaneous genealogical/biographical) 

Hicks, Homer W. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. 1920 

Hicks, Percy W. To Mother. 1808 

Higginson, Augustus Barker (Mrs.) Calling card with handwritten note. 

Highfill, Paul. To and from Alice Robertson. Request for information on the history of Fort Gibson. (2287, 2288) 1929 

Highfill, Ruth. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Hilbour, Al. To Alice Robertson. 1909 

Hildt, Fred T. To Alice Robertson. (1457) 1920 

 1931.001.2.4.4 Hill, John - Hill, Roland   1.0 Folders

Hill, John Philip. Handwritten genealogical chart. 

Hill, John B. To Alice Robertson. (1465) 1920 

Hill, Robert W. (New York State Board of Charities). To Alice Robertson. In reference to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's death. (1260) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1905 

Hill, Roland (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

 1931.001.2.4.5-10 Hill, Timothy   6.0 Folders

Allen, Sidney. To Timothy Hill. In reference to missionary work throughout IT. (256, 305, 245, 246, L54) 1868 

Butler, S.W. To Timothy Hill. In reference to Sabbath schools. 1870 

Chamberlain, E.N.C. To Timothy Hill. In reference to action taken by the Pheasant Hill Church. (MR74, 15) 1878-1894 

Dickson, Cyrus. To Timothy Hill. (7) 1874 

Dobson, L. To Timothy Hill. In reference to the establishment of a church at Fort Gibson. (309A, 338, 341, 400, 403, 409) 1870-1874 

Ellinwood, F.F. To Timothy Hill. General aspects of the worth of IT and a discussion of the various tribes therein. (13) 1878 

 1931.001.2.4.6 Hitchcock, Dwight D. To Timothy Hill. (245, 246) 1867 

Hitchcock, Hannah Worcester. To Timothy Hill. (LS4, 5, LS8, 6, 26, LS10, LS14) 1868-1880, no date 

Hitchcock, Isaac B. To Timothy Hill. (LS3) 1867 

 1931.001.2.4.7 Johnson, W.W. To Timothy Hill. In reference to the Presbyterians and the Nez Perces. (455) 1879 

Latta, J.E. To Timothy Hill. (16) 1880 

Lowrie, John C. To Timothy Hill. Minutes of the Board of Foreign Missions with cover letter, regarding the Board's decision not to appoint an additional missionary as requested. Includes page proof of Report of the Home and Foreign Boards. (LS12) 1878, no date 

McGee, R.C. To Timothy Hill. (10, 11, 12, 14, 466) 1878-1880 

Miller, W.L. To Timothy Hill. (20, 23) 1885, no date 

 1931.001.2.4.8 Ramsay, J. Ross. To Timothy Hill. (1, 2, 3, 4, 9) 1873-1877 

Ross, D.H. To Timothy Hill. (412, 413, 416, 410) 1874, no date 

Sinclair, T.M. To Timothy Hill. (LS14) 1880 

Squier, W.L. To Timothy Hill. Includes receipt for payment of $25 by Timothy Hill for mission building. (19, 22, LS19) 1884 

 1931.001.2.4.9 Stoddard, Samuel. To Timothy Hill. (420, 421, 433, 436, 437, 448, 451)) 1875-1879 

 1931.001.2.4.10 Templeton, William H. To Timothy Hill. (432) 1877 

United States Indian Service (James Reubens). To Timothy Hill. (608, 610, 612) 1883 

 1931.001.2.4.11 Hamon - Holderman, Mary C.   1.0 Folders

Hamon, Jake Louis (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. 1921 

Hillerman, Abbie. Calling card. 

Hines, Virgil M. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Hirschman, E.A. (York, Penn. Chamber of Commerce) From Alice Robertson. Invitation to speak. [1846] 1923 

Hitchcock, Charles D. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the grave of Jacob Hitchcock's wife. (LS70) 1928 

Hitchcock, Dwight D. To John H. Worcester. Promisory note. (ND178) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1867 

Hitchcock, Hannah Worcester Hicks 

Typed transcription of a letter to Mr. Holden in reference to the funeral of Mary Eliza Mix, presided by Samuel Austin Worcester. (LS92) 

To Althea L. Bass. No date. In reference to family genealogy. 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Hitchcock, Laura Hills 

To Sarah Worcester Hitchcock. (309, 1277, 1335) 1870 

To Sarah Worcester Hitchcock. (309, 1277, 1335) 1870 

To Alice Robertson. 1907-1910 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Hoaker, Lillian. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Hobart, Jessie R. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Lucy's operation. (1404) 1918 

Hoch, Homer (U.S. House of Representatives) (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Hogan, H.H. To Alice Robertson. Birth announcement. 1923 

Hogan, James J. (and Mrs.). 2 Calling cards. 

Hoge, Howard M. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Holderman, Mary C. To Alice Robertson. (LS89, 969, 1034, 1302) 1898-1908 

 1931.001.2.4.12 Holderman, Pearl C. - Indian Journal   1.0 Folders

Holderman, Pearl C. To Alice Robertson. (48) No date 

Holmes, (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Holmes, Lumas Hoyt (Mrs.) Calling card with handwritten note. 

Holway, Hope. To Eugenia Maddox, Librarian, University of Tulsa. Includes photostat of an handwritten draft order by Cherokee agent issued to Samuel Austin Worcester to remove himself from his land in Georgia, 15 Feb 1834; and citations of letters used for "Women Missionary Teachers in Indian Territory," 13p. 1834, 1962 

Hood, John A. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to Samuel Austin Worcester. 1921 

Hopkins, Grace Porter. Calling card. 

Hopson, George (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. (2412) 1930 

Hosmer, Henry H. Calling card. 

Hoss, Abbie. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a donation towards the Soldiers' Banquet. (49) No date 

Hoss, Irene. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Hotel Will Rogers. To Alice Robertson. (2472) 1930 

Hough, B. (Miss). From Alice Robertson. (2205) 1929 

Hough, Emerson. To Senator Dolliver. Letter of support during the controversy surrounding Alice Robertson's postmaster position. (1305) 1908 

Houston, James J. (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Howe, Katharine A. Calling card. 

Hubbard, Ernest Henry (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Huber, J.G. To Postmaster General. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. (1186) 1904 

Huckins Hotel. To and from Alice Robertson. (232, 2420, 2426) 1929-1930 

Hudson, W.B. To James A. Harris. In reference to relocating the post office in Henryetta; segment refers to Alice Robertson as postmistress. (1813) 1922 

Huey, (Miss). Calling card. 

Hughes, Secretary of State and Mrs. To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. 1922 

Hume, Charles Robinson (Mrs.). To Alice Robertson. In reference to the IT Presbyterian schools in the 1880s. (213) 1928 

Humphrey, William E. (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Hunt, Edward Lawrence (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Hunter, Catharine. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the health of Mrs. Sage of New York. (1324) 1909 

Hurd, Nettie. To Alice Robertson. (2176). 1929 

Hurley, Patrick J. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. Politics. (LS62, LS84) 1928, no date 

Hussey Fund, Dr. Mary D. To Alice Robertson. In reference to New York Hall of Fame. 1930 

Husted, Edward Chapin. Calling card. 

Hutchinson, Henry M. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

Indian Journal. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Checotah Times; Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester) 

 1931.001.2.4.13 Iddings - Ispahekchar   1.0 Folders

Iddings, Joseph P. To S. Shedd, Washington Agricultural College. Lab reports on various [soil] samples. 1902 

Illinois Council of Parent-Teacher Association. (Luella B. Adams, Regional Director). To Alice Robertson. (1621) 1922 

Inas, James K. To Alice Robertson. In response to Alice Robertson's request for a letter of recommendation. 1889 

Independent Publishing Company. To Alice Robertson. In reference to farm and garden seed distribution and opinion on the Soldier's Bonus bill. Incomplete date 

Indian Herald. Notification of a meeting to elect the editor. 1876 

Indian Industrial School, Carlisle (Captain R.H. Pratt, Superintendent). To Alice Robertson. (LS17, 497, 554, 1474, 1525) (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1883-1921 

Indian Rights Association. To Alice Robertson. (970, 1489) 1898-1920 

Indian Territory Volunteer Militia. To U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. (12000) 

Inota Club (Minnie King Ochs). Christmas card. 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Commission on. To Alice Robertson. In reference to HR 6653. 1921 

Irvin, William Sherman. Calling card. 

Ispahekchar (Principal Chief, Muskogee Nation) 

To Wisdom, D.M. (U.S. Indian agent). In reference to revenues. (979, 938) 1898 

To [?]. In reference to the appointment of N.B. Moore as licensed tax collector. (986) 1897 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

 1931.001.2.5.1 Jack - Jones   1.0 Folders

Jack and Jane. From Alice Robertson. (2515) 1930 

Jackson, Minnie. To and from Alice Robertson . (2468, 2470) 1930 

James, Mary Christine. Calling card. 

James, Mary E. To Alice Robertson. (ND51, ND52) No date 

Jarecki and Howe (Attorneys). Calling card. 

Jenkins, E.J.J. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1646) 1922 

Johnson, (Miss). Calling card. 

Johnson, A.S. (and Mrs.). Calling card. 

Johnson, Charles (Mrs.). Calling card. 

Johnson, Edith C. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a phonograph. 1920 

Johnson, Elizabeth. Calling card. 

Johnson, Ethel May (George Washington University student). Calling card. 

Johnson, Imogene Frances Hammett. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Pueblo Indians and U.S. Senate bill 3855. (1825) 1922 

Johnson, Janes Stannard. To Alice Robertson. 1922 

Johnson, L.C. (Holdenville, IT). To Alice Robertson. In reference to relocating to another school during an outbreak of small pox. (1007A) 1900 

Johnson, Robert Underwood. From Alice Robertson. (LS66) 1928 

Johnson, Royal C. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Arentz, Samuel Shaw) 

Johnson, Stuart Clarke (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Johnston, H.D. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to his disability and his claim for compensation. (LS61, LS66) 1927-1928 

Johnston, Joe P. (Postal inspector, Kansas City Division). Calling card. 

Johnson, Thomas H. (Attorney General, Manitoba). To Alice Robertson. 1917 

Jones, Aaron and Lena. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Jones, Cordenie. To Alice Robertson. Request for financial help in order to avoid foreclosure on her home. (2059) 1927 

Jones, D.S. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Jones, Rosalie Gardiner. Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.5.2 Kansas Postmasters - Keaton   1.0 Folders

Kansas Postmasters' Association. Open letter. Convention announcement. (LS38) 1909 

Kansas Women Lawyers' Association. To Alice Robertson. In reference to an upcoming address to be given by Alice Robertson. (1437) 1920 

Keaton, Harwood. To and from Alice Robertson. (LS85, LS59) (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Republican County Central Committee (Okmulgee)) 1921-1925 

 1931.001.2.5.3 Keene, Carter B. (Attorney)   1.0 Folders

To and from Alice Robertson. 1921-1923 

Legal matters pertaining to the conflict and law suit between Alice Robertson and Benjamin E. Cook. (1534, 1538, LS50) (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Marks, James G.; United States Government: Postal Service) 

Typed and signed statement by Faith Merriman, 10 Apr 1923, in reference to lawsuit between Benjamin E. Cook and Alice Robertson. (1898) 1923 

 1931.001.2.5.4 Keir - Kuhn   1.0 Folders

Keir, Fred C. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Keith, Emma Starr. Calling card. 

Kelley, J.M. To Alice Robertson. (55) c1916 

Kelly, M. Clyde (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Kendall, Samuel A. Calling card. 

Kendrick Oil Company. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1627, 1637) 1922 

Kennedy, Nelle. Calling card. 

Kennedy, Thelma. Calling card. 

Kentner, Frank. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Kerr, (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1670) 1922 

Kerr, Eugene. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Muskogee Veterans Hospital. (1539, 1541) 1921 

Kersey coffee girl. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Ketcham, William H. (Board of Indian Commissioners). To Alice Robertson. (Transcriptions only 1358, 1554) 1912-1921 

Keyes, (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Keyes, Henry Wilder. Calling card. 

Keyser, Charles Phillip. Calling card. 

Killingsworth, W.W. To Alice Robertson. (1775) 1922 

Kimberlin, L.E. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. (1675) 

Kimberly, Samuel A. (and Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Kimler, Susie. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the possibility of borrowing money from Lew Wentz. (2377, 2394) 1929-1930 

King, (Miss). Calling card. 

King, Clydia. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

King County Womans Republican Club (Seattle, WA). From Alice Robertson. (LS88) 1922 

King, Florence (Attorney). Calling card. 

King, Mary Cecilia. Calling card. 

King, W. To W.L. Squier. (21) (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Dennis, E.; Swift, Isaac) 1885 

King, William. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to parole bill. (1357) 1921 

Kirby, E.L. (Attorney). Calling card. 

Kittell [?], M.M. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill. (1696) 1922 

Knell, Emma R. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Knox, Harry. To and from Alice Robertson. (1597, 1598, 1745) 1921-1922 

Knox, Mary Gard. To Alice Robertson. Incomplete date 

Kroeger, Ernest R. To Alice Robertson. Recital program. 1923 

Kroh Music Company. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the Victrola donated to the Muskogee Veterans Hospital. (1950) 1923 

Kuhn Company, Frank. From Alice Robertson. (LS66) 1928 

 1931.001.2.5.5 Ladd - Leslie   1.0 Folders

Ladd, Edwin F. (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Ladd, Thomas. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

LaFlesche, Francis. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the squandering of monies by the Indian Bureau. 1923 

Lamblin, Jane. To Mrs. Rohrback. 1923 

Lamoureux, Dreas and Company. To [J.A. Patterson]. Receipt of payment. 1874 

Land, J.H. Bill for lodging and boarding of horses for Barney Green, Thomas Tee, and Ramsy Smith. 1895 

Langdon, Grace E.B. To Alice Robertson. 1883 

Lansdowne, Elizabeth. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Latimer, A.D. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's kindness towards her son. 1923 

Latta and Hardie. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Latta, Thomas A. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920-1929 

Lawrence, Richard Henry. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

Lay, Dick. To Alice Robertson. In re the Pima Indians in Arizona. 1923 

League for Political Education, The. To Alice Robertson. 1922-1923 

League of American Penwomen (Mrs. Louis Napoleon Geldert, National President) Calling card. 

Leahy and Brewster (Attorneys). To Alice Robertson. In reference to a quit claim deed on a portion of Alice Robertson's property. 1924 

Leatherwood, Elmer O. (Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. 

Lee, Frank. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the salaries of court clerks. Incomplete date 

Leet, Polly. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Captain, the dog. (See also Series 4: Photographs: Captain) 1923 

Leet, William. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Captain, the dog. Incomplete date 

Leighton, Bernard Elliot. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Leonard, (Miss). Christmas card. 

Leslie, Edith Loomis. To Alice Robertson. 1930 

Leslie, R. Shepherd (Miss). Mention of the written works and hymns R. Leslie has sent to William Shenck Robertsonfor corrections and/or translation. 1869 

 1931.001.2.5.6 Letham - Livers   1.0 Folders

Letham, W.G. From Alice Robertson. 1930 

Letzenberg, Emma. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Lewiston Journal. To and from Alice Robertson. 1922 

Licholtz, William Martin (and Mrs.) Christmas card. 1928 

Liddy, Philip M. To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. 1910 

Lindsey, Lilah Denton. 2 Christmas cards with handwritten note. 

Linquist, Maurice Ferdinand (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Linthieum, J. Charles (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Liscu, Emerson H. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. No date 

Litchlyter, Frank. To Alice Robertson. 165th Depot Brigade. 1917 

Little, Edward Campbell (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Little, Elizabeth A. To Alice Robertson. 1928 

Livers, Ada R. To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Forbes, Lester) 1928 

 1931.001.2.5.7 Loeb - Lyon 

Loeb, Jr., William. Christmas card. 

Logan, John A. (Mrs.). Christmas card. 

Long, Frank. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Longstreet, Helen D. Carbon copy typed transcription in reference to Helen Longstreet, Alice Robertson, Oklahoma postmasters, and other matters. Fragmented, 5p. 

Longstreet, Susan. From Alice Robertson. 1883 

Loomis, Henry Meech (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Looney, Charles Alexander. To Alice Robertson. Invitation. Incomplete date 

Loughridge, Mrs. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the possible purchase of a variety of blankets, bed spreads, table clothes, etc for the school. 1921 

Loughridge, Robert H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's death. 1906 

Loughridge, Robert McGill. Variety of receipts. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Miscellaneous genealogical/biographical) 

Lowrie, Walter C. 

To William U. Adams. In reference to William Shenck Robertson's need of assistance. 1864 

To Robert McGill Loughridge. In reference to the Indian Council's decision to close the boarding school. 1861 

Lubbus, Gus. From Alice Robertson. 1921 

Lucas, Anthony Francis (Mrs.) 

Luebben, P.L. To Alice Robertson. Request for help in locating a relative. 1920 

Lutz, E. Russell. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to a criminal case of Charner Tidwell and similar cases. 1929 

Lyon, H.H. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the founding of Kendall College and Rev. Samuel A. Stoddard. 1928 

 1931.001.2.5.8 M.K. & T. Railroad - Maddin Hardware Company   1.0 Folders

M.K. & T. Railroad (Clifford L. Jackson, General Attorney). From Alice Robertson. In answer to a request for Creek names for railroad stations. 1903 

MacFarland, Henry B.F. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the establishment of a Junior Republic in the Indian schools. 1900 

MacKezie, Alex. To Alice Robertson. Request for payment for services rendered for the Harding/Coolidge election campaign. 1922 

Madden, Martin B. Mimeograph typed commentary on the inadequate appriation of funds for the Postal Service, 2p. 

Maddin Hardware Company. To Postmaster General, Washington, DC. Letter of recommendation for Alice Robertson as postmaster. 1904 

 1931.001.2.5.9 Maine Republican State Committee - Margaret   1.0 Folders

Maine Republican State Committee. To and from Alice Robertson. 1922 

Mann, Frank H. From Alice Robertson. 1922 

Mann, George Hiram (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. 1922 

Margaret. To and from Alice Robertson. 1921-1928 

 1931.001.2.5.10 Marks - Mayo   1.0 Folders

Marks, James G. (Attorney). To and from Carter B. Keene. In reference to the conflict and law suit between Alice Robertson and Benjamin E. Cook. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Keene, Carter B.) 1923 

Marland, E.W. Invitation in conjunction with the Pioneer Woman Celebration. 1930 

Marsh, Emily. To Althea L. Bass. 1937 

Marshall, (Mr. and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Marshall, Marguerite Mooers. To and from Alice Robertson. 1921 

Martin, Julia M. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus bill. No date 

Mary and Clyde. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Mathews, Joseph Johnston (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Matthews, R.H. (Attorney). Birthday card. 

Mayes, S.H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to George Hughes as superintendent of Indian schools. 1921 

Mayo, Jessie Logan. To and from Alice Robertson. 1926-1929 

 1931.001.2.5.11 McArthur - McKinney   1.0 Folders

McArthur, C.N. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's commendation of McArthur's work in Congress. 1922 

McBirney, Dorothy. Christmas card. 

McBirney, J.H. From Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's necessity of a loan until anticipated sale of 40 acres. 1929 

McCarren, James (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

McClintic, James Vernon (and Mrs.) Christmas card. 

McCombs, Williams. To Alice Robertson. In reference to his acquaintance with various Robertson relatives, etc. 1925 

McConnell, Dorcas L. Christmas card. 

McCormick, E.W. (Mrs.) From [?]. Account of a journey to Park Hill. 1844 

McCrillis, Frank (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

McCullough, Marguerite. From Alice Robertson. 1928 

McCumber, (Mr.) Christmas card. 

McCumber, Porter J. (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

McCune, Nell. Christmas card with handwritten note. 

McFarland, A.R. To Miss S---. Praises Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1882 

McFarland, A.R. To Alice Robertson, Ann Augusta Robertson-Moore, Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. In reference to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's death. 1905 

McGee, Anita Newcomb. To Alice Robertson. 1930 

McGraw, J.J. (President, Exchange National Bank of Tulsa 

To and from E.M. Frye (campaign manager). In reference to contributions to Alice Robertson's campaign. 1922 

To and from Alice Robertson. 1920-1922 

McGrew, Julia L. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

McGuire, Bird. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

McGuire, W.E. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

McIntosh County Democrat. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Checotah Times) 

McIntosh, William (cousin). To Henry Shaw. 1850 

McKibbon, Olga P. and E.E. To Alice Robertson. 1920. 1920 

McKinley, William B. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

McKinney, (Miss). Christmas card. 

 1931.001.2.5.12 McLaughlin - Meigs   1.0 Folders

McLaughlin, Fred S. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

McLaurine, G.E. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. 1922 

McLaurine, Lenoir Cook. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Harwood Keaton and the death of his father. 1921 

McMeckan, Mary J. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's disapproval of the Hamon affair. 1920 

McMichael, Winifred. From Alice Robertson. In response to a request for Alice Robertson's most successful and favorite recipe. No date 

McMillan, Louise. To Alice Robertson. Fragment. 1903 

McSwain, J.J. Christmas card. 

Meagher, Thomas F. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Meek, Ethel R. To and from Alice Robertson. Inquiry as to when the Cherokees emigrated from Georgia into Oklahoma. 1929 

Meigs, Robert. To and from Alice Robertson. Arrangements to meet at the Mission graveyard. 1929 

Meigs, Wellington H. To D.M. Wisdom (U.S. Indian agent). In reference to a payment to J.H. Dain, Creek teacher. 1898 

 1931.001.2.5.13 Merriman, Faith   1.0 Folders

To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1898 

To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Keene, Carter B.) 1899-1929, no date 

To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Keene, Carter B.) 1899-1929, no date 

To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1898, no date 

(See also Series 4: Photographs; Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

 1931.001.2.5.14 Merriman, Henry Payson   1.0 Folders

Merriman, Henry Payson. To and from Alice Robertson. Includes receipt for monies received from Napoleon Bonaparte Moore for payment on his note. 1897-1905 

 1931.001.2.6.1 Merriman, Mary (and James Roderick Thompson)   1.0 Folders

Merriman, Mary (and James Roderick Thompson). To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1899-1929 

 1931.001.2.6.2 Meserve - Moody   1.0 Folders

Meserve, Charles Francis (President Emeritus, Shaw University). Birthday card. 

Meyer, Estelle Reel. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Portland Rose Festival. 1922 

Middlesex Club. To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Middlesex Club) 1921-1922 

Mike, A.H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the grave site of Paddy Carr. 1929 

Milam, J. Bartley. Christmas card. 

Miller, Helen C. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Miller, James Martin. Birthday card. 

Miller, Laura S., family of. To Alice Robertson. 1928 

Mills, Lawrence (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. In reference to her appearance in court for an upcoming case. 1928 

Milo. To Alice Robertson. 1898, no date 

Mitchell, Robert T. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Moberly, C. Edward (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Moffett, William Adger. To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. Incomplete date 

Moffitt, James W. To Librarian, University of Tulsa. Request for information for his dissertation entitled, "Missionary Activities Among the Five Civilized Tribes Before the Civil War." (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Bass, Althea L.) 1936 

Moisman, Myrta B. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Monell, H.S (Attorney). Birthday card. 

Montague, Harriet. To Alice Robertson. 1927 

Montezuma, Carlos. Birthday card. 

Montgomery County Federation of Women's Clubs (Mollie J. Williams). To Alice Robertson. 1921 

Moody, Laura. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

 1931.001.2.6.2 Moore, (Mrs.) - Moore, George Fleming   1.0 Folders

Moore, (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Moore, Agnes Crane. To Alice Robertson. 1929, no date 

Moore, Allen F. (and Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. 

Moore, C. Ellis (and Mrs.) 4 Christmas cards. 

Moore, Ed H. (Major, U.S.Marine Corps). To Alice Robertson. [2065] 1927 

Moore, Ethland. Christmas card. 

Moore, Grace Elizabeth. To Alice Robertson. Graduation announcement. c1930 

Moore, George Fleming. Invitation to a testimonial dinner in his honor. 1922 

 1931.001.2.6.3-7.2 Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte   12.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.6.3 American National Indian Congress. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1910 

Atkins, Minnie. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1892 

Bailey, G. Ella. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Baker, Sallie. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1891 

Benson, Dave M. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Bullette, Edward. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1895 

Carr, D.A. and I.N. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Coachman, Ward. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Corbbrey, Nancy. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1899 

Crabtree, W.F. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Cramer, Francis S. Handwritten document of sale of property to Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1884 

Dale, E.E. (Professor of History, University of Oklahoma, Norman). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. Includes handwritten and signed note from Ann Augusta Robertson to Col Hoop. 1931 

Davis, F.M. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1898 

Doyle, N.N. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1891 

Drake, W.H. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

DuVal, Ben T. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1896-1899 

 1931.001.2.6.4 Garrett, C.W. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1891 

George, Sugar. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Gentry and Company, W.E. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1895 

Grayson, G.W. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1889-1898 

Gregory, J.R. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1899 

 1931.001.2.6.5 Hall and Company, H.C. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1895 

Haynes, Samuel J. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1898 

Hill, R.W. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Hitt, James J. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1891 

Hodge, D.M. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Hubbard, F.C. (Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Indian Territory Exhibit). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1903 

Hyatt, F.A. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. Incomplete date 

Ispahekchar (Principal Chief, Muskogee Nation). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1897-1898 

Lanigan, Thomas. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

 1931.001.2.6.6 McKellop, A.E. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1891 

McIntosh, Roby. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1895 

Moore, John R. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1888 

Muskogee Industrial Development Company. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1911 

Muskogee Nation (Citizenship Committee). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1895 

 1931.001.2.6.7 Palmer, Watly A. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Patterson, J.A. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1901 

Perryman, J.M. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

 1931.001.2.6.8 Perryman, L.C. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1889-1890   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.6.9 Pierce, Caroline. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. No date 

Porter, Pleasant. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Proctor, Toney. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1898 

Reed, H.C. (Muskogee District Judge). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1889-1897 

Reynolds, F.M. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1898 

Robb, A.W. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1898 

Robertson, Alice. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1922 

Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1891 

Robison, William. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

 1931.001.2.6.10 Severs, F.B. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Muskogee Nation) 1890 

 1931.001.2.7.1 Stewart, Alexander Pasture Company. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1898 

Thompson, Henry. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890 

Tiger, Moty. (Principal Chief, Muskogee Nation). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: United States Government: Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes) 1908-1909 

Todd & Spaulding. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1897 

Turner Hardware Company. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1890-1894 

United States: Interior Department Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1876-1908 

United States: Interior Department Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes. Indian Affairs. To and from Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1876-1892 

United States: Interior Department Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes. Indian Service. (D.M. Wisdom, U.S. Indian agent). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1897-1898 

United States: Interior Department Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes. Treasury Department. Office of the Assistant Treasurer. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1895-1898 

Watson, D.C. To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1898 

Whitlow, William (National Auditor, Muskogee Nation). To Napoleon Bonaparte Moore. 1895-1898 

 1931.001.2.7.2 Documents and miscellaneous   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.7.2 Certificate of appointment as trustee, New Yorker Mission School. 1884 

Certificates of appointment as Treasurer, Muskogee Nation. 1888-1889 

Handwritten lists of Creek warrants (general and school fund). No date 

Handwritten list of cheques deposited. No date 

Laborer's Permits. 1890-1892 

Miscellaneous handwritten receipts, figures, notes. 

Statements of Disbursing Accounts. U.S. Sub-Treasury Service (St. Louis). 1895-1897 

Ledger sheets with handwritten entries as to cheque number, payee, and endorser. 1895-1897   Oversize

(See also Series 4: Photographs; Series 6: Oversize) 

 1931.001.2.7.3 Moore, R. - Music   1.0 Folders

Morgan, George E. To Red Cross Members. [LS44] 1918 

Morgan, Thomas P. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to a Ladies' Home Journal article about Alice Robertson. [1488, 1574] 1920-1921 

Morgan, Walter A. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Morgenstern, George C. (Editor, Okmulgee DailyTimes). To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Goodwin, Mark I.) [1479, 1495] 1920 

Morningside Presbyterian Church (New York). To Alice Robertson. 1922 

Morris, Dan (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. [LS8, LS66] 1928 

Morris, Hannah. To Alice Robertson. [616] 1883 

Morrison, S.M. To Alice Robertson. [1491] 1920 

Morrow, Martha. To Alice Robertson. [1477] 1920 

Morse, (Miss). Christmas card. No date 

Morse, Edward H. To Alice Robertson. 1927 

Mortimer, Fred (Mrs.) To and from Captain Scott (Muskogee VA Hospital). In reference to the donation of phonodiscs. [1908, 1909] 1923 

Moses, George Higgins (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Mott, Luther Wright (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Mould, W.P. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Mountcastle, R.M. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1665] 1922 

Moylan, Stephen. Promotional information for a park to be named for him. 1921 

Mullins, B.F. Misdirected letter to be sent to Mullins. 1922 

Murchison, Austin. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the anniversary edition of the Tulsa Tribune. [2461] 1930 

Murdock, Anne D. To Alice Robertson. [1867] 1928 

Murphy, Frank. To Alice Robertson. [1902] 1923 

Murphy, James A. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1702] 1922 

Music Trades. (Alfred T. Marks). Birthday card. No date 

 1931.001.2.7.4 Muskogee, City of - Muskogee Lumber   1.0 Folders

Muskogee, City of. Chamber of Commerce. To and from Alice Robertson. [LS46, 1904, 2060] 1921-1927 

Muskogee, City of. City Schools (C.K. Reiff, Superintendent). To Alice Robertson. In reference to "Development of Oklahoma" pageant. [2504] 1930 

Muskogee, City of. City Water Works. From Alice Robertson. [LS67] 1928 

Muskogee, City of. County Assessor. (E.B. Maytubby). To and from Alice Robertson. [LS66, LS67] 1928 

Muskogee, City of. Mayor's Office (George H. Walker). From Alice Robertson. [1910] 1923 

Muskogee, City of. Post Office. To Alice Robertson. Congratulatory letter signed by the postal employees. 1920 

Muskogee, City of. Recorder's Office. To Postmaster General, Washington, DC. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. [1198] 1904 

Muskogee, City of. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Muskogee, Oklahoma; Series 4: Photographs; Series 6: Oversize) 

Muskogee and Seminole Livestock Association. Records. [LS21] 1899, no date 

Muskogee, Bank of. To Postmaster General, Washington, DC. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. [1191] 1904 

Muskogee County Republican Committee. Unused letterhead, 1 sheet. [LS82] 

Muskogee, First National Bank of. To Alice Robertson. [1556] 1921 

Muskogee Lumber Company. From Alice Robertson. [LS66] 1928 

 1931.001.2.7.5-8 Muskogee Nation - Myers   4.0 Folders

Muskogee Nation. Council enactments. [LS29] 

Muskogee Nation. Reports on Tullahassee Mission School and other institutions of education. 

Muskogee Nation. House of Kings and House of Warriors Committee reports; Citizenship Committee reports. [LS27] 

Muskogee Nation. Documents of appointment of delegates to represent the Nation before the U.S. Congress. 

Muskogee Nation. Auditor's reports. 

Muskogee Nation. Documuments and reports regarding the investigation into the books of Nation Treasurer, Ellis B. Childers and subsequent reports. 

Muskogee Nation. Document of appointment of Samuel J. Haynes, James R. Gregory, Napoleon Bonaparte Moore, and Wallace McNab to a national committee to aid the Dawes Commission in identification and enrollment of citizens to the Muskogee Nation. 

 1931.001.2.7.6-8 Muskogee Nation. Cancelled cheques. 1887-1897   3.0 Folders

Muskogee School Board (W.C Trent). To U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. 1904 

Myers, Edward J. (Attorney). Christmas card. No date 

 1931.001.2.8.1 National Archives - Newton   1.0 Folders

National Archives, The. To and from Librarian, University of Tulsa. Request for information on the library's manuscript holdings. [LS91] 1938 

National Association of Credit Men. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1629] 1922 

National Association of Postmasters. To Alice Robertson. [1318, 1213, 1331, 1331A, 1360] 1906-1912 

National Automobile Chamber of Commerce. To Alice Robertson. In reference to automobile and gasoline tax. [1679] 1922 

National Economic League. To Alice Robertson. Nomination for membership. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: National Economic League) 1931 

National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs; Series 6: Oversize) [1972, 2181, 2294] 1923-1929 

National Founders Association. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the automobile and gasoline tax. [1680] 1922 

National League of Women Voters. To Robert L. Owen (U.S. Senate). (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: National League of Women Voters) [1731] 1922 

National Press Club. To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: National Press Club) [1524, 1740] 1921-1922 

National Republican Congressional Committee. Mary Stewart. Christmas card. No date 

National Woman's Christian Temperance Union. (Mrs. Ellis Asby Yost, Representative) Birthday card. No date 

National Womans Party (Ida F. Hanley, Oklahoma State Chairman). To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: National Woman's Party) 1920 

Nave, Henrietta Lizzie and Mother. To Robert. [no date, 81] No date 

Neill, Albert B. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Nelson, William. (Major, U.S. Army). To Alice Robertson. [1455] 1920 

Nesbitt, P.P. To Alice Robertson]. [1387] 1917 

Nettie. To Alice Robertson. [666] 1883 

Newberry, Truman H. (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Newcomer, Albert J. 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Newton, Elsie Eaton. To and from Alice Robertson. [2177, 2237] 1929 

Newton, Walter Hughes. 2 Christmas cards. No date 

 1931.001.2.8.2 New York Avenue Presbyterian - New York University   1.0 Folders

New York Avenue Presbyterian Church (Wallace Radcliffe). To Alice Robertson. [1454] 1920-1922 

New York Chamber of Commerce. To Alice Robertson. 1923 

New York Observer. To [?]. [MR12] 1880 

New York, Rotary Club of. To and from Alice Robertson. [1829, 1831, ND102] 1922, no date 

New York Times (Rachel K. McDowell, Correspondent). Birthday card. No date 

New York University (Hall of Fame). To and from Alice Robertson. [2015, 2083, 2452, 2494, 2495] 1924-1931 

 1931.001.2.8.3 Nicolson - O'Brien   1.0 Folders

Nicolson, John (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Noble, Carol Lee. To and from Alice Robertson. [1257] 1905 

Noble, E.T. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. [LS66, 2388] 1928-1930 

Noble, Robert Ernest (Assistant Surgeon General, U.S. Army). Birthday card. No date 

Norbeck, (Mr.) Christmas card. No date 

Norbeck, Peter (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Northrup, Frank O. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Northrup, F.D. (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Norton, Minor G. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Nunan, Robert George (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Oakland Motor Car Company. From Alice Robertson. [1663] 1922 

O'Brien, John. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1807] 1922 

 1931.001.2.8.4 Oklahoma, State of   1.0 Folders

Agriculture, State Board of. To Alice Robertson. [1917] 1923 

Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture. To Alice Robertson. [1948B] 1923 

Charities and Corrections, Department of. To Alice Robertson. [1323] 1909 

Election Board. To Alice Robertson. 1921 

Executive Office (M.E. Trapp). To Alice Robertson. [1980] 1923 

Governor's Office. From Alice Robertson. [2440] 1930 

Highway Commission. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Wentz, Lew H.) 

Highways, Department of. To Alice Robertson. [1563, 1567] 1921 

Land Office. To and from Alice Robertson. [2056, 2161] 1927, 1929 

Pension Department. From Alice Robertson. [2073] 1927 

Public Instruction, Superintendent of. From Alice Robertson. [1379, 1747, 1754] 1916-1922 

Soldiers Relief Commission. To Alice Robertson. [1615] 1922 

State Department (Joe S. Morris, Secretary). To Alice Robertson. [1532] 1921 

Works Progress Administration. To Librarian, University of Tulsa. In reference to the Robertson collection. [LS91] 1939 

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Oklahoma, State of) 

 1931.001.2.8.5 Oklahoma Americanization - Oklahoma Historical   1.0 Folders

Oklahoma Americanization Society. To and from Alice Robertson. [1733] 1922 

Oklahoma College for Women. To Alice Robertson. [2497] 1930 

Oklahoma Cotton Growers Association. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the war finance in conjunction with rural credit. 1923 

Oklahoma Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. (See Series 2: Correspondence: National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club) 

Oklahoma Gas and Electric. To Alice Robertson. In reference to an unpaid balance; personal letter. [1838, 2442, 2449] 1922, 1930 

Oklahoma Historical Society. To and from Alice Robertson. 1917-1931 

Oklahoma Historical Society. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Pine, W.B.; Series 3: Personal Papers: Oklahoma Historical Society) [1395, 1405, 2066, 2071, LS64, 2152, 2165, 2326, 2366, 2390, 2422, 2446, 2395A, 2522, 2505, 2506, LS77, LS91, LS90, LS85] 

Oklahoma Historical Society. To and from Elizabeth Hunt, Librarian, University of Tulsa. 1939 

 1931.001.2.8.6-9 Oklahoma Memorial Association (Mrs. Frank Korn, President)   4.0 Folders

To and from Alice Robertson. [2256, 2259, 2266, 2267, 2268, 2336, 2277, 2278, 2303, 2304, 2308, 2211, 2313, 2316, 2319] Oct-Nov 1929   1.0 Folders

To and from Alice Robertson. [2309, 2311, 2326, 2328, 2330, ND57, 2333, 2337, 2338, 2340, 2339, 2343, 2345, 2355, 2361, 2368, 2370, 2363, 2372, 2373, 2378] Nov-Dec 1929   1.0 Folders

To and from Alice Robertson. [2379, 2382, 2385, 2393, 2400, 2407, 2415, 2417, 2418, 2423, 2424A, LS74, 2430, 2431, 2435, 2436, 2437, 2439] Jan-Feb 1930   1.0 Folders

To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Wentz, Lew H.) [2457, 2459, 2469, 2471, 2478, 2474, 2474A, 2477, 2488, 2481, 2487, ND56, ND58, LS87] Feb-Jun, 1930-no date   1.0 Folders

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Oklahoma Memorial Association) 

 1931.001.2.8.10 Oklahoma State Federation - Owen, Narcissa   1.0 Folders

Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Pioneer Dinner. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs) [2034] 1925 

Oklahoma, University of (Norman). To and from Alice Robertson. [1295, 1376, 2364, 2395] 1908-1931 

Okmulgee Daily Times. To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Morgenstern, George C.) 1920 

Okmulgee Democrat. To Alice Robertson. [LS57] 1924 

Okmulgee, First National Bank of. To Alice Robertson. 1921 

Oldsmobile Motor Company. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldier's Bonus bill. [1677] 1922 

Oliver, O.D. To and from Alice Robertson. Request for list of the ten most important events in Oklahoma history. [2381, 2353] 1929 

Oregon Agricultural College. To and from Alice Robertson. [1766, 1770] 1922 

Oregon Tuberculosis Association. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Klamath Indian Survey. [ND53] No date 

Orr, Minnie M. To Alice Robertson and Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to genealogical material. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta; Riesner, M.) [2213] No date 

Orman, Nannie. To Alice Robertson. [2133, ND80] 1928, no date 

Osborn, Chase S. From Alice Robertson. [2217] 1929 

Oskison, John M. To Alice Robertson. In reference to his soon-to-be-published novel, Wild Harvest. [2022] 1925 

Ossining School, New York (Miss Fuller). From Alice Robertson. In reference to the Strouvelle family, Alice Robertson's book, etc. [LS64] 1928 

Otheman, Laura B. To Alice Robertson. [1378] 1916 

Otheman, R.C. (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. [1465] 1920 

Owen, Narcissa. To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) [1343, 1346] 1910-1911 

 1931.001.2.8.11 Owen, Robert L.   1.0 Folders

Owen, Robert L. To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) [1298, 1299, 1300, 1301, 1303, 1311, 1262A, 1315, 1316, 1317, 1320, 1372, 1735, 2293] 1883-1929 

 1931.001.2.8.12 Owen, Thomas H. - Owens   1.0 Folders

Owen, Thomas H. 

To and from Alice Robertson. [1722,1744, LS66] 1922, 1928 

To U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. In reference to Alice Robertson's application for appointment as postmaster. [1203] 1904 

To T.P.Gore (U.S. Senate). Letter of recommendation for Alice Robertson as postmaster. Incomplete date 

Owen, William Otway (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Owens, J.F. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920-1930 

 1931.001.2.9.1 Page - Panama   1.0 Folders

Page, Charles. To Alice Robertson. [1805] 1922 

Page, Nannie Taylor. Christmas card. No date 

Page, William Tyler. To and from Alice Robertson. [1478, 1540, 1577, 1959, 1966, 2061, LS66, 2100, LS65, 2106, 2141, 2153, 2447] 1920-1930 

Palmer, D.H. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. [1492] 1920 

Palmer, David. To James Orr. In reference to the Abolitionists, etc. (Transcription by Minnie Orr) [MR55] 1856 

Palmer, W.A. To E.B. Childers. 1896 

Panama Canal. To Alice Robertson. [1820, 1828] 1922 

Panama Railroad Company. To and from Alice Robertson. [1835] 1922 

 1931.001.2.9.2 Parker - Perkins   1.0 Folders

Parker, Jr., Gabe E. To Alice Robertson. [1566] 1921 

Parker, Isabel. To and from Alice Robertson. Request for information about George Levy Robertson. [2295, 2321] 1929 

Parker, Jr., Luman F. To Alice Robertson. [1286] 1907 

Parkins, J.W. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Paton, Stewart (Mrs.) Christmas card with handwritten note. No date 

Patterson Mercantile Company. To Postmaster General, Washington, DC. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson as postmaster. [1201] 1904 

Patterson, S. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1672] 1922 

Paul, Alice. To Alice Robertson. 1921 

Paxton, R. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's request for a donation. [454] 1879 

Payne, C.L. From unknown correspondent. [1817] 1922 

Payne, J.D. From Alice Robertson. [LS66, LS60, LS70, LS66] 1922-1928 

Pearson, Henry C. (Pearson Dry Goods Company). To and from Alice Robertson. [2354, 2360, 2362, 2323, 2389] 1929-1930 

Pendleton, E. Morgan (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Penn, (Miss). Christmas card. No date 

Penrose, Boies (Chairman, Senate Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads). From Alice Robertson. In reference to charges made against her regarding her application for appointment as postmaster. [1307, 1309] 1909 

Pepper, George Wharton (Mrs.) Christmas card with handwritten note. No date 

Perkins, (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

 1931.001.2.9.3 Perryman - Pine   1.0 Folders

Perryman, Arthur R. (and Mrs.). To and from Alice Robertson. [2285, 2290, 2464] 1928-1930 

Perryman, L.C. (Principal Chief, Muskogee Nation). To Charles W. Garrett. In reference to his claim that Alice Robertson is trespassing on his property. [920] 1895 

Peru, Ambassador of. To Alice Robertson. [1565] 1921 

Peterson, A.M. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Phillips, Harry Watkin. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1645] 1922 

Philpin, Paul. From Alice Robertson. [LS66] 1928 

Pierce, (Miss). Christmas card. No date 

Pierce, Grace M. Christmas card. No date 

Pierpont, F.W. To Alice Robertson. With handwritten note to Grace Robertson. [698] 1884 

Pine, W.B. 

To Phil Brown (Mrs.). 1930 

In reference to a presentation portrait of Alice Robertson to be given to the Oklahoma Historical Society. [2499] 

To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: United States Government: Veterans Bureau; Series 4: Photographs) [2002, 2047, 2192, 2093, 2094, LS65, LS66, 2117, 2410] 1920-1930 

 1931.001.2.9.4 Pitts - Platt, Jeannie P.   1.0 Folders

Pitts, Alma E. Stenographer's note book containing draft letters, in shorthand, to Mary C. Thaw, H.P. Westerberg, Harwood Keaton, and others. circa 1923 

Place, Rosa M. Christmas card. No date 

Platt, E.G. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Request for information on Georgia Cherokees, missionaries, etc. [1219] 1905 

Platt, T.C. (U.S. Senate) 

To Alice Robertson. In reference to the supervisor of schools in IT and Alice Robertson's request to be appointed to such. [988] 1899 

To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's request for a recommendation for appointment to the Indian Service. [1010] 1900 

Platt, Jeannie P. To Alice Robertson. [1025, 1270, 1890] 1900-1923 

 1931.001.2.9.5 Platt, O.H. - Porter, N.T.   1.0 Folders

Platt, O.H. (U.S. Senate). From Alice Robertson. In reference to the schools in IT, living conditions of the Creeks. [1081, 1162, 1168] 1902-1904 

Pomerene, Mr. and Mrs. Christmas card. No date 

Popham, Jr., John N. Christmas card. No date 

Porter, (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. [2191] 1929 

Porter, Cora Case. To Alice Robertson. 1927 

Porter [?], Mathilda. To Alice Robertson. [308A] 1870 

Porter, N.T. To Alice Robertson. [302] 1870 

 1931.001.2.9.9 Price - Pulliam   1.0 Folders

Price, Richard W. Christmas card. No date 

Priest, Thomas. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Pryor, Frances and James. To and from Alice Robertson. [2087, LS67, LS70, LS65, 2283, 2302] 1927-1929, no date 

Public Ledger (Eleanor Morton). To Mrs. Huck. In reference to proposed article about women in Congress. [2432, 2463] 1930 

Pulliam, Colin L. From Alice Robertson. [LS65, LS66] 1928 

 1931.001.2.9.6 Porter, Pleasant   1.0 Folders

To and from Alice Robertson. Includes banquet menus and programs, funeral notices. (See also Series 4: Photographs; Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article) [530, 912, ND86] 1881-1900, no date 

To Secretary of Muskogee Presbytery. [902] 1891 

To Hon. Secretary of Interior. [1016] 1900 

 1931.001.2.9.7 Portland Press - Prentice-Hall   1.0 Folders

Portland Press Herald. To Alice Robertson. [1715] 1922 

Portland Rose Festival Association (Eric V. Hauser, President). To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Portland Rose Festival; Series 4: Photographs) [1759, 1779, 1783] 1922 

Porum Journal. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Checotah Times) 

Posey, Minnie H. To Alice Robertson. [LS48] 1922 

Prairie Oil and Gas Company (Dana H. Kelsey). Birthday card. No date 

Pratt, Ransom. To Alice Robertson. Response to Alice Robertson's request for information on Elmira College alumna, Helen Throop (Mrs. W.E. Purdy). [1772] 1922 

Prentice-Hall, Inc. (Francis Enenbach). Calling card. No date 

 1931.001.2.9.8 Presbyterian Church of the United States   1.0 Folders

To Alice Robertson. Includes handwritten and signed copy of a report of the Committee on Home Missions, IT missionaries and salaries paid for 1885; recommendations; 3p. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Presbyterian Church of the United States) [575, 580, 593, 625, 627, 629, 632, 631, 660, 919, 1253, 1266, 1545, LS85, 1976, LS57, LS87, 2080, LS70, 2121, 2130, 2144, LS19, ND69] 1882-1928 

 1931.001.2.9.10 Rafter - The Republic   1.0 Folders

Rafter, Giles Scott (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Rainbow Division Veterans (DC Chapter). Birthday card. No date 

Rampendahl, W.H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a Muskogee Daily News subscription contest. [2031] 1925 

Ramsay, J.R. To [?]. In reference to John Chupco. [ND90, ND36] No date 

Ramsay, J.R. Typed transcription of a letter published in The Home and Foreign Record of the Presbyterian Church, 2p. 

Rand, Jerry. From Alice Robertson. [1947] 1923 

Randall, Grace H. To Alice Robertson. Incomplete date 

Randall, Huey E. (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Randle, Ernest and Susanne. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Rankin Chamber of Commerce. To Alice Robertson. [2479] 1930 

Rankin, John E. To and from Alice Robertson. [1963, LS66] 1923-1928 

Raper, John F. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Rasar, Robert P. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1640] 1922 

Raymond, C.W. and Grace. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference campaign for judgeship, New York. [LS48] 1922 

Rea, Emma. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to Indian relics. [2170, 2173] 1929 

Reader's Digest. To and from Alice Robertson. [LS66] No date 

Reagan, Lillian L. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1658] 1922 

Reece, B. Carroll. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Arentz, Samuel Shaw) 

Reed, George W.M. Christmas card. No date 

Reed, J.C. In reference to Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1697] 1922 

Reeves, William L. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Reid, Mary Cleo. Christmas card. No date 

Reinhardt, J.R. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Hamon case. [1506] 1920 

The Republic (E.J. Costello). To Alice Robertson. In reference to a potential article. [1332] 1909 

 1931.001.2.9.11 Republican Central - Roberts   1.0 Folders

Republican Central Committee (Cherokee County). To Alice Robertson. [1871] 1923 

Republican Central Committee (Snohomish County). To Alice Robertson. [LS48] 1922 

Republican Conference of the 67th Congress (Clifford Ireland, Secretary). To Alice Robertson. [LS85] 1921 

Republican County Central Committee (Okmulgee). To Alice Robertson. [1441, 1445, 1925] 1920-1923 

Republican County Committee (Bronx County). To Alice Robertson. 1922 

Republican District Convention (Muskogee). Typescript by Mrs. R.L. Carter appointing Alice Robertson as proxy delegate. [1365] 1913 

Republican National Committee (New York). To and from Alice Robertson. [1294, 1460, 1864, 1957, LS65] 1908-1928 

Republican State Committee. To and from Alice Robertson. [1447, 1815, 2140, 2142A] 1920-1928 

Republican Women's Club of Minneapolis. To and from Alice Robertson. [1461, 1496] 1920 

Republican Women's Club of Tulsa. To Alice Robertson. [2251, ND9] 1929, no date 

Reuter, J. Henry. Christmas card. No date 

Rhodes, J.C. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Rhodes, M.E. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Rice, Clyde (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Rider, Jr., F.P. From Alice Robertson. Gratitude for donation of victrola records to the Muskogee Veterans Hospital. [1911] 

Rider, Mary Alice. Christmas card. No date 

Riesner, M. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the financial situation of Minnie M. Orr. [ND92] No date 

Riggs, Juliette Chambers. Typed transcription of an introductory speech for Alice Robertson, 1p. 1930 

Rinewalt, John M. Christmas card. No date 

Rippel, (Miss). Christmas card. No date 

Rippey, Charles Wilson (and Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Roach, Sid C. Christmas card. No date 

Roberts, Charles H. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Roberts, Lorin H. To and from Alice Robertson. [1487, 2250] 1920-1929 

 1931.001.2.9.12 Robertson, Alfred - Robertson, Alice Irene   1.0 Folders

Robertson, Alfred Worcester. To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) [2262, 2409] 1914-1930 

Robertson, Alice Irene. To Alice Robertson. Alice Robertson's namesake. (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1927 

 1931.001.2.10.1-9 Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta   9.0 Folders

Bass, Althea L. (Mrs. J.H.) From Ann Augusta Robertson. [LS92] 1933-1934 

Clark, Amelia R. (cousin). To Ann Augusta Robertson. [1607] 1922 

Dowdy, J.O. (Mrs.) To Ann Augusta Robertson. 1924 

Esther and Ned. To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [1361, 2524] 1912, 1931 

Fife, Dorsey. To Ann Augusta Robertson. [382] 1872 

Flickinger, Robert E. From Ann Augusta Robertson. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Flickinger, Robert E.) 

George, Kate. From Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's illness and subsequent death. 1931 

Hicks, Ferral. From Ann Augusta Robertson. Includes seven souvenir postcards from Ann Augusta Robertson's overseas trip. 1922 

Hicks, H.W. (and Mrs.) From Ann Augusta Robertson. 1922, no date 

 1931.001.2.10.2 Hicks, Homer. From Ann Augusta Robertson. 1922 

Kendall, Henry. From Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to news about Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's health following an accident. [793] 1887 

Lamb, Ralph J. From Ann Augusta Robertson. [1605] 1922 

Lansdowne, Betsy Ross. To Ann Augusta Robertson. [ND59] No date 

Lansdowne, Zack. To Ann Augusta Robertson. [1798] 1922 

Lowrie, John C. From Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to her desire to work at a new Creek mission if one were established in IT. [566] 1882 

Merriman, Faith and Mary. From Ann Augusta Robertson. [1076?, 1356?, 1840] 1902-1922 

Moore, Leona. To Ann Augusta Robertson. 1922 

Muskogee International Fair (Joshua Ross, President). To Ann Augusta Robertson. [963] 1891 

Muskogee Nation. From Ann Augusta Robertson. Handwritten and signed annual report of the Tullahassee Manual Labor School. [548] 1881 

Park College. To Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to tuition for Grace [?]. [2062] 1926-1927 

Pave, W.S. To Ann Augusta Robertson. Incomplete date 

Perryman, T.M. To Ann Augusta Robertson. [561] 1882 

Porter, Mathilda. To Ann Augusta Robertson. [423] 1875 

Porter, Pleasant. To Ann Augusta Robertson. [578] 1882 

Robertson, Alice 

 1931.001.2.10.3 To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [240, 287, 351, 354, 355, 364] 1866-1871 

 1931.001.2.10.4 To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [365, MR4, 381, 386, 387, 391, 395, 399, 402A] 1872-1873 

 1931.001.2.10.5 To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [486, 565, 645, 669, 1426, 1531A, 1549, 1562, 1594, 1601, 1603, 1707, 1741, 1757, 1758, 1761, 1764, 1781] 1880-Jun 1922 

 1931.001.2.10.6 To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [1786, 1789, 2012, 1800, 1841, 1877, 1887, 2001, 2046, 2050, 2049, LS70, 2194, 2269, 2235, 2286, 2314, 2458, 2460, 2509] Aug 1922-1930 

 1931.001.2.10.7 To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [2135, ND117, ND111, ND12, 1337, ND104, ND116, ND115, ND114, ND112, ND113] 1910, 1928, no date 

 1931.001.2.10.8 Robertson, Grace Leeds. To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [1093, 1366, 2048] 1902-1926 

Wentz, Lew. From Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's financial affairs. [2523] 1931 

Wheeler, Louise. To Ann Augusta Robertson. [2044] 1926 

Worcester, Leonard (cousin). To Ann Augusta Robertson. [2095] 1929-1933 

Worcester, Leonard (cousin). (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Keene, Carter B.) 

Yargee [?], George W. To Ann Augusta Robertson. In reference to his arrest for the murder of four men. [424] 1875 

 1931.001.2.10.9 Unidentified. To and from Ann Augusta Robertson. [406, 184] 

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Robertson Clan/Family; IV: Photographs) 

 1931.001.2.11.1-17.1 Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester   66.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.11.1 Aikman, Sadie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [MR38] Incomplete date 

Alabama History Commission, The. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. In reference to a presentation about Samuel Austin Worcester. [1007] 1900 

Alexander, Hannah M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1036, 1043] 1901 

American Bible Society. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [577, 784, 1149, 1157, 1223] 1882-1905 

American Tract Society. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1084] 1902 

Annie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [775] 1886 

Austin, Daniel. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [620] 1883 

Austin, L.N. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [117] 1862 

Austin, S. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND3] Incomplete date 

 1931.001.2.11.2 Bacone, A.C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. In reference to Felix Haynie. [812, 815, 816, 817] 1889 

Balentine, A.H. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [717] 1884 

Baldwin, E.J. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1085, 1107] 1902 

Banks, Alathea L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1065] 1901 

Beelman, R.H. (Mrs. C.S.) To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [805] 1888 

Belcher, T. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. In reference to son, Samuel. [291] 1870 

Bellmaker, Ellen. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND6] No date 

Bemo, C.D. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester: Chissoe, Taylor) 

 1931.001.2.11.3 Berryhill, Abbie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [275, 284, 286] 1869-1870 

Berryhill, D.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1161] 1904 

Bewers, Rebecca. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [346] 1871 

Bird, Sarah. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [778] 1886 

Black, D.W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1002] 1899 

Bony. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [524] 1881 

 1931.001.2.11.4 Boudinott, Delight Sargent. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [197, 357, 472, 621, 673, 514, ND8] 1865-1884, no date 

 1931.001.2.11.5 Bragg, Mary I. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [810] 1889 

Brewer, Elizabeth. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [82] 1861 

Brewer, Theodore F. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. "Our Lord's Prayer" in Indian sign language. 1889 

Brinton, D.G. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [288] 1870 

Brodie, Margaret. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [766] 1855 

Brown, Ionia. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [425] 1875 

Brown, W.T. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [326] 1871 

Browning, Lizzie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1046] 1901 

Bruner, Mary. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1098] 1902 

Bryan, Kate P. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [600, 624, 663] 1883 

Butler, Emma C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [578] 1883 

 1931.001.2.11.6 Calla, E.M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [768] 1886 

Carruth, M.S.P. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [43, 141, 238] 1857-1863 

Carruth, M.S.P. To John Orr Worcester. [29] 1855 

Catue [?], William. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1866 

Chapin, E.D. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [97] 1861 

Chapin, Jennie E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1075, 1259] 1902-1905 

Checote, Samuel. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [933, 981, 983, 1077] 1896-1902 

 1931.001.2.11.7 Cherokee Gospel Tidings (F.L. Schaub). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [997, 1037] 1899-1901 

Childers, Lydie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1023] 1900 

Chissoe, Taylor. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Agreement to avoid alcohol. Also signed by Lafarney Haynie and C.D. Bemo. [415] 1874 

Chosee, Chepon. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1114A] 1905 

Clark, Amelia R. (cousin). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [772, 791] 1886-1887 

Clark, Lizzie L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [127, 146] 1863-1864 

Clark, Milton A. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [792, 1030] 1897-1900 

 1931.001.2.11.8 Cleeves - Colby   1.0 Folders

Cleeves, E.J.W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [314, 301, 318, 360, 551, ND13] 1870-1871, no date 

Cleland, Fanny F. 

From Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company. 1901 

To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1048] 1901 

Clinton, Fred. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1139] 1903 

Clinton, Lou. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [770] 1886 

Clinton, Louise. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Wedding invitation. 1901 

Cloud, Mary N. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [377] 1872 

Colbert, Jus. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [615] 1883 

Colby, J.K. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Letter informing her of the death of John Orr. [78] 1861 

 1931.001.2.11.9 Couch, Nevada. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [750] 1885 

Covel [?], Mary. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [212, 216] 1865 

Cox, Annie K. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Letter informing her of the death of Pollie Haynie. [916] 1894 

d'Albenas, Dwight. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Christmas card. 1902 

d'Albenas, Edmond. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [658] 1883 

d'Albenas, Paul. Story booklet. 

Daniel, C.B. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1067] 1901 

Davis, D. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1116] 1903 

 1931.001.2.11.10 Davis, M.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1121, 1127, 1123, 1140, 1154, 1158] 1903 

Davis, Peter. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [594] 1883 

Dawson, Annette. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Letter informing her of the death of Elnora Chissoe. [1042] 1901 

Day, (Mrs.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [457] 1879 

Day, Laura E. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [MR63] 1862-1879 

Day, Mary L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [128] 1863 

Delilah. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [319] 1871 

Draper, Lyman C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [719] 1884 

Dungan, Mr. and Mrs. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [161] 1864 

 1931.001.2.11.11 Dunn, Amelia E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [322, 370] 1871-1872 

Dunn, Tupper. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1051, 1068, 1101] 1901-1902 

Edwards, C.H. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1141] 1903 

Edwards, John. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [895, 911, 1058] 1891-1901 

Egbert, A.E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [822] 1890 

Ellis, Julia W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [130] 1865 

Evans, A. Grant. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1164] 1904 

 1931.001.2.11.12 Fife, Dorsey. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [384, 647, 747, 748, 753, 1060, ND16] 1872-1901 

 1931.001.2.11.13 Fife, Soda. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1207] No date 

Fisher, J.W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [397] 1873 

Fort Leavenworth Penitentiary (R.W. McClaughry, Warden). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1122, 1124] 1903 

Friends of Missions. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Includes handwritten note to the editor of Our Brothers in Red; unidentified fragment in Creek. [LS88] 1889 

Fusharjo, Harriet. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [755] 1885 

Fusharjo, Sarah. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [722] 1884 

[G---], A.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1102] 1902 

Gerard, W.R. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Request for the meaning of the word, "catalpa." [LS28] 1896 

 1931.001.2.12.1 Gould, A. Leonard. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [931, 932, 937, 939, 940, 946, 948, 957, 959, 1014, 1031, 1213] 1896-1904 

 1931.001.2.12.2 Grayson, G.W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [871] 1890 

Grey, Sama B. (Mrs. W.L.) To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1108] 1903 

[H---], Anna. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [997A] [1871] 

Haikey, J.D. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1059, 1062] 1901 

Hance, J.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [36] No date 

Hapwood, Mary E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [417] 1874 

Hardwick, Mabel L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1104] 1902 

Harjo, Jim P. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1099, 1232, 1237] 1902-1905 

Harjo, Saucer. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND39] No date 

Harjo, Willie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [LS88] 1904 

Harper, Kugee. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1110] 1930 

Harveson, Anna. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [899] 1891 

Haven, William I. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1136, 1113A, 1216] 1903-1905 

 1931.001.2.12.3 Hawkins, Mack S. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1163, 1167, 1179] 1904 

Haynie, Lafarney. (See Series 2: Corr\espondence: Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester: Chissoe, Taylor) 

Hicks, Emma. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [679, 693] 1883-1884 

Hicks, Herbert. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1004] 1899 

Hitchcock, Dwight D. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [74, MR59, MR60, MR61] 1860-1861 

Hitchcock, Isaac B. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [122] 1862 

 1931.001.2.12.4 Hitchcock, Laura Hills. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [363, 398, 687, 690, 691, 728, 764, 776, 1069, 1070, 1072, 1096, 1217] 1871-1905 

 1931.001.2.12.5 Hitchcock, Nancy B. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [177, MR68, 194, 208, 217, 224, 306, 320, 363A, 394, ND42, ND43, ND44, ND45] 1864-1872, no date 

Holderman, Mary C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1145, 1173, 1105, 1166] 1903-1904 

Hume, C.R. (Mrs.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1898 

 1931.001.2.12.6 Indian Industrial School. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [LS34] 1901-1904 

Indian Journal (Editor). From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. No date 

Johnson, Sandy. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [638], 696, 692, 740, 741] 1883-1884 

Jones, Jane Wood. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1055] 1901 

King, Willaim J. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1134, 1138] 1930 

 1931.001.2.12.7 Land, J.H. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [682] 1883 

Langer [?], Fenton M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [712] 1884 

Larney, Jimmy. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [372] 1872 

Larney, Narcissa [?]. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [244] 1867 

Leslie, R.A. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [418] 1874 

Lindsey, Lilay Denton. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [544, 686] 1881-1884 

Lipe, Mary E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [798] 1888 

Loomis, A.W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [814] 1889 

 1931.001.2.12.8 Loughridge, H.J. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [278, 315, 349, 474, 505] 1870-1881 

 1931.001.2.12.9 Loughridge I, R.H. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [89] 1861 

 1931.001.2.12.10 Loughridge II, R.H. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [MR26, MR27, 1078, 1153, 1129, 1165] 1900-1904 

 1931.001.2.12.11 Loughridge, Robert McGill. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [350, 1013, 573A, 573,583,586 595, 597, 996, 1008] 1871-1900 

 1931.001.2.12.12 Lowe, Fannie, To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [343] 1871 

Lowrie, John C. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [532, 549, 553, 570, 582, 584, 585, 601, 670, 745] 1871-1883 

 1931.001.2.12.13 Mabel. Christmas card with handwritten note. No date 

Marshall, Ben. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [497, 496] 1881 

Marshall, Lizzie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND67] No date 

Martin, Henry A. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [780] 1886 

Martin, J.W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1212] 1904 

Martin, M.M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [896] 1891 

McCalla, (Miss). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Christmas card. 1884 

McCay, Hadessa J. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND65] No date 

McCorkle, Charles W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [760] 1885 

McFarland, A.R. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [531] 1881 

McIntosh, Annetta. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [738, 788, 1143] 1884-1903 

McIntosh, Susan. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [333] 1871 

McPherson, S.J. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [799] 1888 

Mellen, T.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1091] 1902 

 1931.001.2.13.1 Merriman, Faith. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [72] No date 

Merriman, Mary. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1054, 1082] 1901-1902 

Methodist Episcopal Church South. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [991] 1889 

Meyer, W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1146] 1903 

Micco, Cowith. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [411] 1874 

Micco, Lydia. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [402] 1873 

Mills, (Miss). From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [782, 1238] 1905 

Mills, Joanna. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [803] 1887-1888 

Minkin, Leopold. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [781] [1886] 

 1931.001.2.13.2 Moore, (Miss) - Perry, Sophia A.   1.0 Folders

Moore, (Miss). From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [LS88] 1891 

Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [396, 539, 586A] 1873-1883 

Morgan, M.E. (Miss). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1038] 1901 

Morton, Julia A. (Mrs. S.M.) To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1047] 1901 

Mulsie, (Miss). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [807] 1888 

Merry's Museum and Woodworth's Cabinet. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Bill. On verso handwritten note To [?] in reference to the bill. No date 

Nelson, (Dr.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. No date 

Our Brothers in Red. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Friends of Missions) [941] 1897 

Parks, Mattie C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [285] 1870 

Partridge, R.N. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [581, 599, 694, 716] 1883-1884 

Perkins, (Mrs.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [913] 1892 

Perry, (Mrs.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1236] 1905 

Perry, Sophia A. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1064] 1901 

 1931.001.2.13.3 Perryman, J.M. - Porter, Nancy T.   1.0 Folders

Perryman, J.M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [293] 1870-1872 

Perryman, L.C. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [378, 321, 726, LS5] 1871-1895 

Perryman, Lequs. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [315A, 727] 1871-1872 

Perryman, S.W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1884 

Perryman, Thomas. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [379] 1872 

Pettit, Stacy. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [444] 1878 

Phelps, G. Lee. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1904 

Pierpont, A. Pierre. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [702] 1884 

Pitchlyn, Colonel. Handwritten note on an envelope in reference to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's acquaintance with Pitchlyn. No date 

Pollie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [630] 1883 

Porter, Elizabeth M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Handmade map with handwritten note. No date 

Porter, Nancy T. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [348] 1871 

 1931.001.2.13.4 Porter, Pleasant. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [276, 281, 300,312, 317, 325, 328, 329, 336, 332, 339, 342, 371, 450, 723, ND86] 1869-1884 

 1931.001.2.13.5 Porter, Mathilda. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1875 

Postoak, John Rolandus. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Includes photocopied press cutting of an account of his execution. [443] 1878 

Postoak, Lincoln. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [598] 1882 

Pratt, Ellen G. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [806] 1838 

 1931.001.2.13.6 Presbyterian Church of the United States. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 663, 995, 916A, 1020, 1049, 1176, 1171, ND122] 1883-1905 

Ramsay, E.I.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [290, 330, 388] 1870-1872 

 1931.001.2.13.7 Ramsay, J. Ross. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [268, 569, 739, 1027, 771, 1032, 1039, 1045, 1083, 1086, 1137, 1228] 1868-1905 

 1931.001.2.13.8 Raymond, Charlotte E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1061] 1901 

Redfield, (Mrs.). From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [956] 1898 

Rice, Samuel. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [752] 1885 

Riddel, Phoebe [?]. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1012] 1900 

Robb, (Mrs.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [934] 1897 

Robertson, Alfred. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [935, 1092] 1897-1902 

 1931.001.2.13.9-14.3 Robertson, Alice Mary   5.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.13.9 To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND108, 353, 431A, ND94, 503, 529, 558, LS16, 562] 1871-1882 

 1931.001.2.13.10 To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [579, 588, 590, 591, 617, 622, 609, 611, 618, 640, 642, 643] Jan-Sept 1883 

 1931.001.2.14.1 To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [648, 650, 649, 651, 653, 655, 659, 662, 664, 675, 676, 680] 

 1931.001.2.14.4 Robertson, Dorcas Platt (Mrs. Samuel). To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson and William Shenck Robertson. [81, 121, 116, 124, 129, 134, 139, 148, 168, 172, 184, 226, 232, 242, 255, ND135, ND140, 143] 1861-1867, no date 

 1931.001.2.14.5 Robertson-Gordon, Sarah. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [917, 929, ND26, ND27, ND143] 1894-1896, no date 

Robertson-Merriman, Grace Leeds 

 1931.001.2.14.6 To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [408, MR7, MR9, 460, 525, 547, 560, 619A, 619B, 619C] 1874-1883 

 1931.001.2.14.7 To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [704, 707, 711, 796, 898, 900, 1079, 1080, MR28, 1006, 1131, ND75, ND73, ND74, ND121, ND78] 1884-1904, no date 

 1931.001.2.14.7 Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [236, 237, 239, 262, 280, 545, 563, 564, 567, 568, 576, 695, 761, 762, 797, 968, ND118, ND124] 1868-1898, no date 

Robertson, Henry M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [447, 534, MR15, 626, 914, ND132] 1879-1892, no date 

Robertson, Robert S. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1894 

 1931.001.2.15.1-3 Robertson, Samuel Worcester   3.0 Folders

 1031.001.2.15.1 To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [467, 470, 542, 603, 607, 633, 634, 636, 668, 678, 681, 684] 1880-1883 

 1931.001.2.15.2 To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [689, 700, 703, 706, 708, 713, 720, 721, 725, 729, 730, 731, 732, 733, 734, 735, 736, 742, 746] 1884 

 1931.001.2.15.3 To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [749, 751, 754, 756, 757, 759, 769, 773, 774, 777, 783, 785, 787, 1188, ND136, ND137] 1885-1904, no date 

 1931.001.2.15.4 Robison, William. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [334, 337, 865] 1871-1890 

Ross [?], Jane. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [724, 758] 1884-1885 

Ross, Joshua. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1128, 1184] 1903-1904 

Ross, Mary. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [19] 1850 

Ross, William P. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [699] 1884 

 1931.001.2.15.5 Sands, Annie B. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1117] 1903 

Sapulpa, William A. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Includes handwritten and signed story, "The Blue Juniata," 1p; handwritten and signed list of names on verso. [556, 604, 763, LS87] 1882-1885 

Scott, James. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [477] 1870 

Scott, Nancy. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [266, 267] 1868 

Scott, Philip. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1159] 1903 

Scott, Samuel W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [606] 1883 

Scott, Willie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1255] 1905 

Seimer, John. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND162] No date 

Severs, Frederick B. (and Mrs.) Wedding invitation. 1904 

Smith, Isom. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [635] 1883 

 1931.001.2.15.6 Smithsonian Institution. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [478, 478B, 478A, 552, 718, 892, 893] 1880-1891 

 1931.001.2.15.7 Soldier, R.M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1211] 1904 

Somervelle, Mary. Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1026] 1900 

Spade, Willie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1180] 1904 

Spaulding, Eliza Robertson. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND163] No date 

Spooner-Worcester, Mary R. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [67] 1880 

Squier, W.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [623, ND164] 1883, no date 

Stanley, A. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [332A, 380] 1872 

Starr, E.C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Includes handwritten transcription by Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson of a quotation from a letter by John Ridge. [LS88, 926A] 1896 

Sterling, Helen K. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [186] 1864 

Stoddard, S.A. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [538] 1881 

Susanne. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1040, 1044] 1901 

 1931.001.2.15.8 Taylor, (Dr.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. No date 

Taylor, A.A.E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester: Wooster, University of) [908, ND167] No date 

Thaw, Mary Copley. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [795, 885, 1164, 1172] 1887-1904 

Thompson, Alex. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1114] 1903 

Thompson, Nancy. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [39, 57, 169, 180, 422, ND119, 219, 169] 1857-1864, no date 

Torrey, A.L. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [126] 1863 

 1931.001.2.15.9 United States. Interior, Department of. Indian School Service (R.H. Pratt). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [LS33] 1902 

Waltries [?], Dora. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [683] 1883 

Ward, E.B. (Mrs.) To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [710] 1884 

Watson, Ellen M. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1171] 1904 

Weeks, (Mrs.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1895 

Welsh, Herbert. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [970] 1898 

White, Claude C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1113, 1115] 1903 

White, Kato. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 1901 

Wilkinson, (Mr.) From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. No date 

Williams, Leonard and Martha R.C. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [999, 1017, 1050, 1063, 1169] 1899-1901 

 1931.001.2.15.10 Williams, (Mrs.). From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [697A, 697B] 1884 

Williamson, John P. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [541] 1881 

Wilson, Henry. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [442] 1878 

Wilson, M.E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [677] 1833 

Winslett, Nancy P. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [356] 1871 

Witness, N.G. From Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND146A, ND157A] No date 

Wood, E.B. (Mrs.). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [710] 1884 

 1931.001.2.16.1 Woodford, Esther Butler. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1011, 1024, 1106, 1187] 1900-1904 

Woodward, Nellie E. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1125, 1142] 1903 

Wooster, University of. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [909, 910, LS94] (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Bass, Althea L.) 1892 

 1931.001.2.16.2 Worcester Academy. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [715] 1884 

Worcester, Ermina Nash. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [88, 185, 190, 192, 199, 204, 213, 222, 225, 235, ND176] 1861-1866, no date 

 1931.001.2.16.3-4 Worcester-Hitchcock, Hannah   2.0 Folders

To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [76, 79, 133, 163, 178, 174, 201, MR69, 250, 255A, 264, MR18, 295, 347, 375, 688, 701] 1861-1884 

To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1009, 1053, 1056, 1071, 1087, 1089, 1094, 1095, 1100, 1103, 1109, 1118, 1135, 1155, 1195, 1350] 1900-1911, no date 

 1931.001.2.16.5 Worcester, Isaac R. (uncle). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [149, 535] 1864 

Worcester, John H. (uncle). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson and William Shenck Robertson. [136, 151, 183, 203, 220] 1863-1865 

Worcester-Ellis, Julia Snow. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [85] 1861 

 1931.001.2.16.6 Worcester, John Orr (and Julia Snow). To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [20, 30, MR53, 42A, 41, 47, 55, 65, 71, 73, 75, ND126, 130] (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Lowrie, Walter) 1850-1861, no date 

 1931.001.2.16.7 Worcester, Leonard   1.0 Folders

Worcester, Leonard. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND127, 83, 103, 107, 113, 115, 131, 160, 175, 195, 202, 254, 537, 1132, 1174] Circa 1859-1902 

Worcester, Leonard (nephew). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [385] 8172 

 1931.001.2.16.8 Worcester, Mary Eleanor. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [69, 106, 182, 191, 207, 218, 283, 362, 407] 1860-1873 

 1931.001.2.16.9 Worcester, Mary R. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [108, 170, 258, 198, 214, 221, 223, 248, 344, 533, 765] 1862-1885 

 1931.001.2.16.10 Worcester, Mary S. (aunt). To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [96, 123, 156, 159, 211, 431] 1861-1876 

 1931.001.2.16.11 Worcester, Samuel Austin. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [34A, 55A, 90, 252, MR75, ND128] 1856-1867, no date 

Worcester, Sarah. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [9,917, ND177] Circa 1846-1894, no date 

Wright, Maria S. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [327] 1871 

Yahola, William. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1097] 1902 

Yarbrough, Phernie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [1041] 1901 

Yarger [?], George W. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [779] 1886 

Yargie, Sallie. To Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [352] 1871 

 1931.001.2.17.1 Unidentified and fragments. To and from Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [MR2, 674, 639, ND125, ND120, MR47, 543] (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Robertson Clan/Family; Series 4: Photographs)   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.17.2 Robertson, Georgia - Robertson, Henry   1.0 Folders

Robertson, Georgia. 

From Frank Hamilton (and Mrs.) Christmas card. [1247, 1453] No date 

To and from Alice Robertson. [2052, 2055, LS66, 2099, 2101, LS70, 2145, 2149, 2161A, 2195, 2198, 2197, 2243, 2274] 1905-1930 

Robertson, Henry Martyn. From Eliza. (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1864 

 1931.001.2.17.3-5 Robertson-Merriman, Grace Leeds - Robertson, Robert   3.0 Folders

Robertson-Merriman, Grace Leeds 

 1931.001.2.17.3 Dunsonk, Hettie. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [MR17] 1888 

Emma. To and from Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [MR16] 1887 

Glover, Fannie M. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [1120] No date 

Hitchcock, Laura Hills. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [271, 318A, 368] 1869-1872 

McBirney, Isabelle. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [64A] No date 

Pierpont, Frank. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [574] 1882 

Robertson, Alice Mary. To and from Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [MR3, MR5, MR10, MR11, MR13, MR22, MR24, MR33, 1241, LS39, 1344, 1352] 1872-1911 

 1931.001.2.17.4 Robertson, Alice Mary. To and from Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [LS42, 1371, 1497, 1529, 1601, 1604, MR35, 1739, 1742, 1785, 1808, 1889, 1923, LS65, 2188, 2204, 2210, 2244, ND76] 1914-1929, no date 

 1931.001.2.17.5 Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [MR8] 1877 

Sturges, Jannette. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [ND166, MR29] 1903, no date 

Thaw, Mary Copley. To Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [1894] 1923 

Worcester, John Orr. From Grace Leeds Robertson-Merriman. [MR20, 77] 1896 

Unidentified. 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Robertson, J.B.A. (Governor, Oklahoma). From Alice Robertson. [1743] 1922 

Robertson, Paul. From Alice Robertson. [2350] 1929 

Robertson, L.A. To Alice Robertson. [1883] 

Robertson, N.J. Bill from Briggs, Saunders and Townsend. [LS7] 1872 

Robertson, Robert S. To Alice Robertson. 1928 

 1931.001.2.17.6 Robertson, Samuel - Robertson-Gordon, Sarah   1.0 Folders

Robertson, Samuel (grandfather). To Alice Robertson. [272, ND145] 1869 

Robertson-Gordon, Sarah. To Samuel Robertson and Dorcas. Includes handwritten note to William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) Incomplete date 

 1931.001.2.17.7-9 Robertson, Samuel Worcester   3.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.17.7 Bass, Althea L. To Samuel Worcester Robertson. [LS93] 1936-1937 

 1931.001.2.17.8 Robertson, Alice. From Samuel Worcester Robertson. [MR31, MR34, 1243, 2024, 1252, LS70, 2271, 2279, 2298, 2300, 2315, 2381, 2434, 2451, LS90] 1904-1930 

 1931.001.2.17.9 Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta. From Samuel Worcester Robertson. [685, 2225] 1883-1929 

Robertson-Merriman, Grace Leeds. From Samuel Worcester Robertson. [MR14] 1881 

Tulsa, University of (President Pontius). To Samuel Worcester Robertson. [LS91] 1938 

Unidentified. [ND158] 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

 1931.001.2.17.10-12, 18.1-10; 19.1-10 Robertson, William Shenck   23.0 Folders

 1931.001.17.10 American Bible Society. To William Shenck Robertson. [303] 1870 

American Tract Society. To William Shenck Robertson. [304] 1871 

Avery, Joseph. To William Shenck Robertson. [140] 1863 

Barnett, Charles. To William Shenck Robertson. [23] 1851 

Briggs, I.S. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Healy, E.P., et.al.) 

Bruner, Richard. To William Shenck Robertson. [471, 473] 1880 

Bushnell, A.L. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Healy, E.P., et.al.) 

 1931.001.2.17.11 Canajoharie[?] Academy. (Charles Wadsunth, Principal). Letter of recommendation. 1839 

Checote, Samuel. (Principal Chief, Muskogee Nation). To William Shenck Robertson. [481, 498, 499, 522] 1880-1881 

Childers, Celia. To William Shenck Robertson. [383] 1872 

Chupco, John. To William Shenck Robertson, J. Elliott, and S.A. Stoddard. [439] 1878 

Coachman, Ward. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Porter, Pleasant, et al) 

Cobb, H.W. To William Shenck Robertson. [109] 1862 

Cooper Seminary. To William Shenck Robertson. [230, 233] 1866 

Cutter, C. To William Shenck Robertson. In reference to arithmetic and geography text books. [313] 1870 

Day, K. To William Shenck Robertson. [155] 1864 

Dobson, T. To William Shenck Robertson. [311] 1878 

Eliza. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. Fragment. [ND129] No date 

Elliott, J. To William Shenck Robertson. [476] 1880 

Fitch, Asa. To William Shenck Robertson. [42] 1857 

 1931.001.2.17.12 Gordon, W.A. To William Shenck Robertson. [308, 426] 1870-1875 

Grayson, James. To William Shenck Robertson. Request to perform marriage ceremony. [ND35] No date 

Gregory, William. To William Shenck Robertson. [22A] 1850 

Healy, E.P., et.al. Letter of recommendation. 1845 

Herrod, Mary L. To William Shenck Robertson. [316, 335, 361, 373] 1871-1872 

Hill, Timothy. From William Shenck Robertson. [401, LS2, LS11, 475] 1873 

Holmes, D.T. To William Shenck Robertson. [393] 1872 

 1931.001.2.18.1 Hitchcock, Dwight D. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [MR58, 86A, MR62, MR64, 142, MR67, 157, 158, MR70, MR71, 227, 228, 231, ND47, ND46] 1860-1866, no date 

 1931.001.2.18.2 Hitchcock, Isaac B. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [132] 1863 

Hodge, D.M. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Porter, Pleasant, et al) 

House, Abby. To William Shenck Robertson. [13] 1849 

House, Samuel R. To William Shenck Robertson. [3A, 536] 1836-1881 

Indian Agricultural Society. To William Shenck Robertson. [429, 90?] 1876 

Loughridge, R.M. To William Shenck Robertson. [279, 289, 390] 1861-1872 

Hurd, James H. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Healy, E.P., et al) 

 1931.001.2.18.3 Lowrie, John C. To and from William Shenck Robertson. [112, 243, 247, 270, 277, 282, 296, 298, 299, 414, 428, 463, 456, 458, 464, 487, 489, 490, 493, 511, 519, 553] 1862-1882 

 1931.001.2.18.4 Lowrie, Walter. To and from William Shenck Robertson. [12, 14, 41, 52, 95, 100, 104, 105, 112, 114, 118, 137, 153, 165, 166, 171, 187, 229, 234, 269] 1849-1868 

 1931.001.2.18.5 McCullough, Willliam R. To William Shenck Robertson. [189] 1865 

McIntyre, J.W. To William Shenck Robertson. [99] 1861 

Micco, Coweta. To William Shenck Robertson. [297, 369] 1870-1872 

Mitchell, W.L. To William Shenck Robertson. [98] 1861 

Moore, John R. To William Shenck Robertson. [376] 1872 

Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte. From William Shenck Robertson. [459] 1879 

Palmer, Nathan. To William Shenck Robertson. [94] 1861 

Perryman, J.M. To William Shenck Robertson. [360A, ND82] 1872, no date 

 1931.001.2.18.6 Perryman, S.W. To William Shenck Robertson. [209, 260, 263, 292, 317A, 449] 1865-1879 

Perryman, Thompson. To William Shenck Robertson. [310] 1870 

 1931.001.2.18.7 Platt, Ebenezer. To William Shenck Robertson. [10, 11] 1847 

Porter, Pleasant, et al. (Member of Creek delegation). To William Shenck Robertson. [488] 1880 

Presbyterian Church of the United States. To William Shenck Robertson. [461, 479, 501, 506, 518] 1871-1883 

Ramsay, J. Ross. To William Shenck Robertson. [331, 440, 468, 482, 523, 628, 767] 1871-1886 

Riggs, Alfred L. To William Shenck Robertson. [515] 1881 

Roberts, E.R. To and from William Shenck Robertson. [405] 1873 

 1931.001.2.18.8 Robertson, Alice. From William Shenck Robertson. [484, 502, 491, 494, 492, 513, 510, 512, 517, 800, 520, 465, ND147, ND148] 1880-1881, 1888, no date 

 1931.001.2.18.9 Robertson, Amelia Potter (niece). To William Shenck Robertson. [ND110] Incomplete date 

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester. To and from William Shenck Robertson. [MR48, LS93, 430, 435, 521, 526, 527, 434, ND150, ND151, ND152] 1850-1877, no date 

Robertson, Emily E. (cousin). To William Shenck Robertson. [ND130] No date 

 1931.001.2.18.10 Robertson, Henry M. To William Shenck Robertson. [11, ND133, 152, 76, 179, 196, 200, 241, 265, 294, 324, 446, 507] 1849-1881 

 1931.001.2.19.1 Robertson, Mary. To William Shenck Robertson. [ND134] Incomplete date 

Robertson, Samuel 

To and from William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [15, 21, MR49, 24, MR50, 25, 26, 28, MR51, 32, MR52, MR54] 1849-1855 

 1931.001.2.19.2 To and from William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [35, 37, 44, MR56, MR66, 135, 138, 143, 150, 154, 164, MR72, 257, MR73, MR79, ND139, ND138, ND141, ND156] 1856-1868, no date 

 1931.001.2.19.3 Robertson-Gordon, Sarah A. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [ND28 to ND34, ND144] Incomplete date, no date 

 1931.001.2.19.4 Robertson-Pierpont, Julia. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [144, 206, 495, 540, ND84, ND85] 1863-1881, no date 

Robertson-Spaulding, Eliza. To William Shenck Robertson. [359] 1871 

Schurz, Carl. To William Shenck Robertson. [500] 1881 

Scroggs, W.L. To William Shenck Robertson. [251] 1867 

Sinclair, T.M. To William Shenck Robertson. [509] 1881 

Smithsonian Institution (Bureau of Ethnology). To William Shenck Robertson. [495] 1880 

 1931.001.2.19.5 Taylor, A.A.E. To William Shenck Robertson. [483] 1880 

Thompson, Nancy. From William Shenck Robertson. [50, 80, 102, 110, ND149] 1858-1862 

Tullahassee Manual Labor Mission (Board of Trustees). To William Shenck Robertson. [LS15] 1881 

Tuttle, A.C. To William Shenck Robertson. [508] 1881 

Ulrich, (Mr.). From William Shenck Robertson. [92] 1861 

Union College (John A. Gates). Letter of recommendation. [W-Biog 11] 1842 

 1931.001.2.19.6 United States Government 

Agriculture, Department of. To William Shenck Robertson. [445, 469] 1878-1880 

Indian Service. To William Shenck Robertson. [516] 1881 

Interior Department. (Bureau of Education). To William Shenck Robertson. [462, 504] 1879-1881 

Wilkinson, M.C. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [404] 1873 

Williams, T. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Healy, E.P., et al) 

Willson, Saul F. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Robertson, William Shenck: Healy, E.P., et al) 

Wilson, I. Leighton. To William Shenck Robertson. [72] 1860 

 1931.001.2.19.7 Worcester, Ermina Nash. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [162, 188, 193, 215, 210, 253] 1864-1867 

Worcester, Isaac R. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [147, 96A] 1864, no date 

 1931.001.2.19.8 Worcester, John Orr. To and from William Shenck Robertson. [38, 60, 70, 75A, 66, 77, 93, ND153, ND154, ND155, 148A] 1857-1861, no date 

 1931.001.2.19.9 Worcester Mary Eleanor. To William Shenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. [84, 114A, 119, 109A] 1861-1865 

 1931.001.2.19.10 Unidentified. To and from William Shenck Robertson. [101, LS14, 307, 340, 543, 417A, ND157, 125, MR77] 

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Robertson Clan/Family; Series 4: Photographs; Series 6: Oversize) 

 1931.9001.2.19.11 Robertson-Gordon - Rood   1.0 Folders

 1931.9001.2.19.11 Robertson-Gordon, Sarah. To Brother. Includes handwritten note Joseph Gordon. [16, 1493] Circa 1849 

Robinson, Clara Loomis. To and from Alice Robertson. [1775] 1920 

Robinson, Clara V. To Alice Robertson. [LS87] No date 

Robinson, Helen R. To Mrs. Pryor. [2021] Incomplete date 

Rodenberg, William A. (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Rogers, Edith Nourse (U.S. House of Representatives). To and from Alice Robertson. [LS67, 2108, 2109, 2118, 2126]. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: United States Government: Veterans Bureau) 1928 

Rogers, George D. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1650] 1922 

Rogers, Will. To Alice Robertson. Donation. 1930 

Rohlfs, Ann Katharine Green. To and from Alice Robertson. [1787, 2053] 1922-1927 

Rood, Ethel K. To and from Alice Robertson. [1501, LS65] 1920-1928 

 1931.001.2.19.12 Roosevelt - Rutherford   1.0 Folders

Roosevelt, Theodore (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) [1028, 1268, 1272] 1900-1906 

Roosevelt's Rough Riders Association. Open letter. Includes one sheet of unused letterhead. 1910 

Rose, William A. To Alice Robertson. [LS46] 1921 

Ross [?], Jane. To Father. [61] 1860 

Ross, Jonathan. To Alice Robertson. In reference to her potential appointment by the Department of the Interior. [989] 1899 

Ross, Robert B. To and from Alice Robertson. [2245, 2247, 2270, 2272] 1929 

Ross, S.W. 

Ross, S.W. To Althea L. Bass. [LS94] 1936 

Ross, S.W. To and from Librarian, University of Tulsa. [LS91] 1937 

Rothschild, Felix. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1682] 1922 

Russell Hardware Company (Fred D. Russell). To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1618A] 1922 

Russell, Marshall. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1704] 1922 

Rutherford, Samuel Morton (Mrs.) Invitation. [1352A] 1911 

 1931.001.2.20.1 Sadie - Service Star   1.0 Folders

Sadie. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Sagan, John H. (Mrs.) 

To Emma C. Atwood. In reference to the Maternity Bill and Alice Robertson's criticism of it. 1921 

To Alice Robertson. [1573] 1921 

Sakamoto, Tatsuki (Mrs.) Christmas card. [1585] No date 

Sakols Company, D.N. (Publishers, Importers) 

Bill of sale to Susanne B. Strouvelle. 1924 

From Alice Robertson. [LS66] 1928 

Samuel, Mary. To Alice Robertson. 1911 

Sanders, Everett (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Sanders, J.W. (Mrs.) From Bob and Effie. Souvenir postcards of Panama-California Exposition. 1915 

Sanders, Susan. To Alice Robertson. [LS48] 1922 

San Francisco, CA. Arrangements for a trip to San Francisco. [LS85, 1777, 1778] 1922 

Sawyer, Charles E. From Alice Robertson. [1932] 1923 

Sawyer, Charles Elmer (Brigadier) (and Mrs.) 3 Christmas cards. No date 

Schaal, Perris J. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1683] 1922 

Schaffer, F.P. To Alice Robertson. [1630, 1687] 1922 

Schaffer, Isabel Young. To Alice Robertson. [ND161] No date 

Schlueter, H.A. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1669] 1922 

Scott, Hugh. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Mortimer, Fred (Mrs.); United States Government: Veterans Bureau) 

Scott, Lon A. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Arentz, Samuel Shaw) 

Searcy, Robert H. To Alice Robertson. No date 

Secord, William R. From Alice Robertson. Request for information about the sale of manuscripts, antique furniture, etc. [LS66] 1928 

Seibold, Mrs. G.W. From Alice Robertson. [2399] 1930 

Semple, Edward Lindsay (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1928 

Sentinels of the Republic. To Alice Robertson. [1876] 1923 

Service Star Legion (Oklahoma City Chapter). To Alice Robertson. [1476] 1920 

 1931.001.2.20.2 Sevier - Smithsonian   1.0 Folders

Sevier, Annie. Handwritten talk written for the Ladies' Synodical Society, Kingston, TN, Methodist Church, 1p. [709] 1883 

Seymour, Otto C. From Alice Robertson. [2453] 1930 

Shapter, E. Fitzhugh (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Shaw, Charles E. From Alice Robertson. In reference to Harding's death. [1943] 1923 

Shawafelt, Dick (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Sheppard, S.F. To Alice Robertson. [652] 1883 

Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Bass, Althea L.) 

Sherman, James S. (U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Indian Affairs). To Alice Robertson. [1292] 1908 

Sherrill, C.O. (Lt. Col.) From Alice Robertson. In reference to tickets to the Grant Memorial Dedication. 1922 

Shortall, Carl Peterson. Christmas card. No date 

Shrague, (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Shumard, Evelyn Hughes. To Alice Robertson. Request for autographed photo of Alice Robertson. [2103] 1928 

Shunk, William A. (and Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Siegner, Otto. To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) [2038] 1919-1926 

Sillars, Angus. To Alice Robertson. In reference to his association with Alice Robertson's relatives while a pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Winneconne, WS. [1514] 1920 

Simmons Hardware Company. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Simms, J.D. To and from Alice Robertson. [1818] 1921-1922 

Sinclair [?], Fanny C. To Alice Robertson. [665] 1883 

Sipe, Leah Myers. To Alice Robertson. [1473] 1920 

Siviter, William Henry (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Chambers, Francis and James) [2223] 1929 

Slagle, D.F. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's book. [2322, 2346] 1929 

Slemp, Dorothy D. To and from Alice Robertson. [LS66, LS84] 1928 

Smart, William H. 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Smartt, Jr., E.W. (and Mrs.) To [?]. Wedding invitation. 1922 

Smedley, A. Willard (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Smiley, Albert K. To and from Alice Robertson. [1000, 1000A] 1899-1906 

Smith, A[?] J. To Alice Robertson. [273] 1869 

Smith, A.B. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1691] 1922 

Smith, A.L. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1685] 1922 

Smith, Elizabeth Fitzhugh. Christmas card. No date 

Smith, Ramsey. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Land, J.H.) 

Smith, Silas. To [?]. Receipt. [925] 1895 

Smith, Susie W. Typed transcription of a toast given to Alice Robertson, 1p. [1575] 1921 

Smith, Thomas P. (Smith House Furnishings). To Bois Penrose (U.S. Senate Chairman Committee on Post Offices and Postroads). In reference to Alice Robertson's service as postmaster. [1304] 1908 

Smithsonian Institution (Bureau of American Ethnology). To Alice Robertson. Request for information for a proposed dictionary of Muskogee group of languages. [1333] 1907 

 1931.001.2.20.3 Snider - Soule   1.0 Folders

Snider, F.P. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Snyder, Homer P. (U.S. House of Representatives). To and from Alice Robertson. [1792, 1796, 1799] 1922 

Soldiers Bonus Bill. Unidentified letters To Alice Robertson expressing support or opposition of the proposed bill. [1666, 1667, ND178, 1664, 1638, 1674, ND14, 1654, 1652, 1648, 1641] 

Sondheimer, Joseph. To Postmaster General, Washington, DC. Letter of recommendation for Alice Robertson as postmaster. [1202] 1904 

Soule, Clara E. To Alice Robertson. [1874] 1923 

 1931.001.2.20.4 Southeastern Teachers - Squier   1.0 Folders

Southeastern Teachers College. To Alice Robertson. In reference for a proposed history of the Five Civilized Tribes. [2502] 1930 

Southern Coal, Coke and Mining Company. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1695] 1922 

Southern Industrial Institute. To and from Alice Robertson. Request for donations. [LS66] 1928 

Southern Pacific Lines. To Alice Robertson. In reference to her trip to San Francisco, CA. [1776] 1922 

Southwest Nash Motor Company. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to automobile and gasoline tax. [1678, 1678A] 1922 

Spahn, J. Leslie. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1701] 1922 

Spokane Womans Republican Club. From Alice Robertson. [1760] 1922 

Sproul, (Miss). Christmas card. No date 

Sproul, Elliott W. Christmas card. No date 

Sprouse, James G. From Alice Robertson. [2238] 1929 

Squier, W.L. To Alice Robertson. [555, 637, 641, 646, 654, 656] 1882-1883 

 1931.001.2.20.5 Standing - Stone, Lucy B.   1.0 Folders

Standing, A.J. To Alice Robertson. Former teacher from the Fort Sill Agency School in the 1870s. [1263] 1906 

Stanton, Charles E. (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Staples, Sarah Elizabeth Hitchcock. To Alice Robertson. Marriage announcement. [2033] 1925 

Star Sentinel. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Checotah Times) 

State Democratic Campaign Committee. Open letter. [1503] 1920 

State Federation of Republican Clubs (John R. Hadley, President). To Alice Robertson. [1435, 1433, 1436] 1919 

State Normal School. (Jere M. Pound, President). To Alice Robertson. [1503] 1920 

Steagall, Henry Bascom. To [?]. Marriage announcem 1921 

Stearns, Emily W. To Alice Robertson. [1581, LS85, 1558] 1921 

Steele, Mary. Typed document appointing Napoleon Bonaparte Moore as her legal representative. No date 

Steenerson, H. (U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Post Offices and Postroads). From Alice Robertson. In reference to HR 10496. [1711, 1724, 1729, 1868] 1922-1923 

Stein, Elizabeth Katherine. Christmas card. No date 

Steinhilbur, Louis E. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Stephens, A.E.B. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Stevens, Walter N. (Insurance broker). From Alice Robertson. [LS66] 1928 

Stewart, E.C. To Sister. In reference to Mrs. Boudinot's health. [737] 1884 

Stewart, Robert W. To Teacher. [671] 1883 

Stocker, Cyrenus S. Handwritten brief biography of a Civil War veteran, 1p. No date 

Stoddard, S.A. (Reverend). (See Series 2: Correspondence: Chupco, John) 

Stoler, Charles S. Christmas card. No date 

Stone, Clarence Percy (Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Stone, Ellen M. 2 Christmas cards with handwritten note. No date 

Stone, J.C. To and from Alice Robertson. [2401] 1920-1930 

Stone, Louie B. Christmas card. 1928 

Stone, Lucy B. To Alice Robertson. [2483] 1930 

 1931.001.2.20.6 Streater - Strouvelle, Jane   1.0 Folders

Streater, Wallace. Christmas card. No date 

Street-Eicholtz Furniture Company. To Alice Robertson. Bill. Incomplete date 

Strouvelle, O.E. To Miss Barnett. In reference to his alleged behavior. [1057] 1901 

Strong, Julia H. Christmas card. No date 

Strouvelle, (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Strouvelle, Alice Kendall. Music manuscript notebook. (See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Strouvelle, Isabel. From Alice Robertson. [LS70] 1928 

Strouvelle, Jane. Stenographer's notebook with handwritten study notes. 1926 

 1931.001.2.20.7 Strouvelle, O.E. - Tee   1.0 Folders

Strouvelle, O.E. To Miss Barnett. In reference to his alleged behavior. [1057] 1901 

Stuart, Harriet Elder. To Alice Robertson. In reference to days at Carlisle. [1471] 

Sullivan, Ella. To and from Alice Robertson. Update on her son's health while a patient at the Oklahoma Veterans Hospital. [1958, 1961] 1923 

Summers, George W. To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) [LS66] 1923-1928 

The Sun (F.S. Crawford). To Alice Robertson. In reference to a proposed magazine article. [1448] 1920 

Susanne. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Swans, Oscar E. (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Swanton, Walter I. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Swift, Isaac. To W.L. Squier. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Dennis, E.; King, W.) [22] 1885 

Swindall, Charles. Christmas card. No date 

Sylvester, A.F. To Alice Robertson. [2222] 1929 

Tahlequah, Oklahoma (Chamber of Commerce). To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to a program at the Park Hill Mission graveyard. [LS69] 1928 

Taketomi, Toshihiko (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Talbot, Canon (and Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Talley, Robert (Newpaper representative). Birthday card. 

Taylor, Clyde (John Eichleay, Jr. Company). Birthday card. No date 

Taylor, Edward T. (and Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Taylor, John M. (Attorney, Interior Department, Eastern Emigrant and Western Cherokees). (See Series 2: Correspondence: Cherokees, Eastern Emigrant and Western) 

Tee, Thomas. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Land, J.H.) 

 1931.001.2.20.8-10 Thaw, Mary Copley   3.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.20.8 To and from Alice Robertson. [1498, 1519, 1526, LS46, LS85, LS47] 1920-May 1922 

 1931.001.2.20.9 To and from Alice Robertson. [LS42, LS47, 1814, 1832, 1853, 1870, 1881, 1907, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1936, 1944, 1949, 1968, 1973] Jun 1922-1923 

 1931.001.2.20.10 To and from Alice Robertson. [2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2019, 2023, LS60, Mbiog25, 2211, 2221, 2218, 2219, 2253, 2292, LS47] 1924-1929, no date 

(See also Series 2: Correspondence: Pitts, Alma E.; Series 4: Photographs) 

 1931.001.2.21.1 Thayer, Ralph E. - Thompson, Nancy   1.0 Folders

Thayer, Ralph E. To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Thomann [?], Albert W. To Editor, New York World. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

Thomas, Elmer. To and from Alice Robertson. [2428, 2444] 1930 

Thompson, Catherine. Graduation announcement and program. No date 

Thompson, J.R. To and from Alice Robertson. [1699] 1920 

Thompson, Louise Elizabeth. Christmas card. No date 

Thompson, Mary Jo. To Alice Robertson. Graduation announcement. 1923 

Thompson, Nancy 

From James B. Adams. [17, 63, ND165, 48, 53, 6,7, 8] 1849 

From Mary Avery [?]. 1845-1846. 1845-1846. 

From Robert McGill Loughridge. 1860 

From S.A. Stoddard. No date 

From Mary Eleanor Worcester. 1858-1859 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

 1931.001.2.21.2 Thornton - Tucker and Johnston   1.0 Folders

Thornton, Amanda DeLano. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the DeLano family history. [LS28] No date 

Thurston, Theodore Payne (and Mrs.) Invitation. No date 

Tidrow, Robert E. (Mrs.) To and from Alice Robertson. Request for information for a college report. [2156, 2462] 1929 

Tiger, J.E. To James Parkinson. Letter of recommendation of John Ross as a ranch hand. 1897 

Tiger, Kizzie L. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's death. [1258] 1905 

Tilson, John Q. (U.S. House of Representatives). To and from Alice Robertson. In reference an officer's retirement bill. [LS65] 1928 

Tinkham, George Holden (U.S. House of Representatives). From Alice Robertson. [1954] 1923 

Tirrell, Charles Quincy (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Toney, Sarah S. To Alice Robertson. [1611] 1922 

Tooley, Alonzo Fenton (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Wedding invitation. 1909 

Townsend, Charles E. (and Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Traynor, Joseph. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1644] 1922 

Tripp, Jackie. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Trotter, Naomi. Christmas card. No date 

Trumbell, J.H. To Major Powell. In reference to vocabularies collected by General Pike. 1881 

Tucker and Johnston. (Well drilling contractors). Birthday card. No date 

 1931.001.2.21.3 Tulsa Business - Tulsa Tribune   1.0 Folders

Tulsa Business and Professional Women's Club, Inc. (Winnifred McMichael, President). To and from Alice Robertson. [2166, 2171, 2178, 2185, 2186, 2189, 2261] 1929 

Tulsa (Chamber of Commerce). To Alice Robertson. In reference to her story about the history of the University of Tulsa. [2136] 1928 

Tulsa (Public Schools, Board of Education). To Alice Robertson. In reference to the naming of a school for her. [2214] 1929 

Tulsa Town Club. To Alice Robertson. [1527] 1921 

Tulsa Tribune. To and from Alice Robertson. [2078, 2500] 1923-1930 

 1931.001.2.21.4 Tulsa, University of   1.0 Folders

Tulsa, University of. To and from Alice Robertson and others. [919, LS83, 1547, 2076, LS66, 2174, 2281, 2284, 2291, 2306, 2329, 2334, 2376, 2384, 2441, 2413, 2429, 2489, LS64, 2498, LS78, LS80, LS91] (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Oklahoma Historical Society; Series 3: Personal Papers: Henry Kendall College) 1903-1966 

 1931.001.2.21.5 Tulsa World - United Spanish   1.0 Folders

Tulsa World. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Turner, C.W. (Turner Hardware Company). To Postmaster General, Washington, DC. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson for postmaster. [1190, 1912] 1904 

Turner, J.W. From Alice Robertson. Thanks for gift of phonodiscs. 1923 

Tuttle, Dwight W. and Bertha E.L. To Alice Robertson. [1482] 1920 

Tuttle, Julia. To Alice Robertson. [789] 1887 

Twine, W.H. (Attorney). To Postmaster General, Washington, DC. Letter of recommendation of Alice Robertson for postmaster. 1904 

Tyler, Howland C. (Mrs.) Christmas card. No date 

Underhill, Charles L. (and Mrs.) 2 Christmas cards. No date 

Underwood, Rockwell, and Hansell. To D. Russell (U.S. House of Representatives Committe on Claims). In reference to claims made by Underwood, Rockwell, and Hansell regarding Cherokee funds. [LS1] 1840 

Underwood, Oscar W. (U.S. Senate). (See Series 2: Correspondence: Moore, George Fleming) 

Union College (Charles N. Waldron, Secretary, Graduate Council) 

Union College. (Charles N. Waldron, Secretary, Graduate Council). To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to WSR as graduate from Union College. [LS49, LS94] 1922 

Union College. (Charles N. Waldron, Secretary, Graduate Council). To and from Althea L. Bass. 1946 

Union Pacific System (Gordon G. Noble, Agent). Birthday card. No date 

United Spanish War Veterans (and Auxiliaries). To and from Alice Robertson. [1580, 1763, 1823, 2517] (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: United Spanish War Veterans; Series 4: Photographs: Spanish War Veterans Auxilliary)) 1921-1931 

 1931.001.2.21.6-12, 22.1-22.5 United States Daily - United States Steel   12.0 Folders

United States Daily. To Alice Robertson. [2134] 1928 

United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. To Alice Robertson. [1555] 1921 

United States Government 

Agriculture, Secretary of. To Alice Robertson. [2016] 1924 

Civil Service Commission. To Alice Robertson. [2013, 2014, 2039] 1924-1926 

Commerce, Secretary of (Herbert Hoover). From Alice Robertson. [LS66] 1928 

Committee on Indian Affairs (National Advisory). Open letter. [1979] 1923 

Food Administration (Oklahoma Branch). To and from Alice Robertson. [LS44] (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Sawokla Cafeteria and Farm) 1918 

Interior Department (Census Office) 

To Alice Robertson. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Interior Department) [998, 602, LS66, 1328] 1899 

(Education Bureau). To and from Alice Robertson. [1284?, 1449?] 1883-1928 

(Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes). To and from Alice Robertson. Includes plat for Park Hill Graveyard and the location of the graves of Thomas and Lucy Pader, Cherokee citizens. [LS55, 1927, 2081, ND63] (See also Series 2: Correspondence: United States Government: Interior Department: Indian Service) 1907-1929, no date 

To Moty Tiger. In reference to an inventory of tribal property, papers, records, etc. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte: Tiger, Moty) 1909 

 1931.001.2.21.7 (Indian Affairs). To and from Alice Robertson. [438, 452, 453, 480, LS15, 589, LS22, 987, 1001, 1018, 1022, 1019] 1878-1900 

 1931.001.2.21.8 (Indian Affairs). To and from Alice Robertson. [1088, 1170, 1189, 1208, 1210, 1262, 1214, 1218, 1221, 1227, 1231, 1242, 1246, 1261, 1280, 1248, 1342, LS53, 1858, 1884] 1902-1923 

 1931.001.2.21.9 (Indian Field Service). To Alice Robertson. [LS49] 1922 

(Indian School Service). Open letter. [1112] 1903 

(Indian Schools, Superintendent of). To and from Alice Robertson. [1133, 1210A, 1224] 1903-1905 

(Indian Service). To and from Alice Robertson. [546, 608, LS32, 1373, LS43] 1881-1917 

(Pensions Bureau). To Alice Robertson. [1880, 1883] 1923 

 1931.001.2.21.10 (Secretary of [Chandler]). From [?]. In reference to the author's rights of property. [LS10] Circa 1870s 

(Noble, John W. From Cherokee Delegates. Petition for a digest of the laws and statutes in greater in OT. [LS22] 1890 

To and from Alice Robertson. [1903, LS50, 1906, ND97, 1576] 1923, no date 

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Supervisor/Superintendent of School, Creek Nation; Series 6: Oversize) 

Justice Department. To and from Alice Robertson. [2009, 1983, 2070, 2066, LS66, 2335, 2519, 2352] 1921-1931 

Labor Department (Secretary of). Christmas card. No date 

Navy Department. (Bureau of Navigation.) To Alice Robertson. [1879] 1923 

 1931.001.2.21.11 Postal Service. To and from Alice Robertson. Includes correspondence relating to allegations of mismanagement as postmaster. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Hale, Eugene (U.S. Senate); Keene, Carter B.;Steenerson, Halvor (U.S. House of Representatives); Series 3: Personal Papers: Postmaster Appointment) [1274, LS37, 1275, 1279, 1282, 1281, 1287, 1296, 1313, 1321, 1318, LS40, 1362, 2010] 1906-1923   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.21.12 President, Office of. To and from Alice Robertson. [1066, 1209, 1222, 1229, 1226, 1225, 1240, 1239, 1271, 1291, 1293, 1329, 1762, 1953, 1863, 1982, 1965, 1990, LS55, 2018, 2020, 2041, 2036, 2090, 2092, ND91] 1898-1928, no date   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.1 Shipping Board. To Alice Robertson. [1862, 1827] 1922   1.0 Folders

State Department. To Alice Robertson. [1015] 1900 

Treasury Department. To and from Alice Robertson. [1339, 1364, 1537, 1578, 1579, 1590, 1592, 1593, 1612, 1614, LS66, 2040, 2112] 1891-1928, no date 

 1931.001.2.22.2-4 Veterans Bureau   3.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.2 Veterans Bureau. To and from Alice Robertson. [LS85, 1587, 1591, LS48, 1612, 1688, 1713, 1714, 1716, 1721, 1738, 1801, 1802, 1803, 1804] 1921-1922   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.3 Veterans Bureau. To and from Alice Robertson. [1844, 1878, 1882, 1886A, 1891, 1895, LS51, 1899, 1900, 1920, 1922, 1924, LS88, 1926, 1948, 1956, 1962, 1967, LS48, 1978, 1984, 1986, 1985, 1987, LS54] 1923   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.4 Veterans Bureau. To and from Alice Robertson. [LS55, 1989, LS56, LS63, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2012A, LS75, LS63, 2096, 2107, 2119, 2122, 2123, 2084, 2405, ND95, LS84, ND98, LS83, 2155, LS82] (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Curry, Charles F.; Pine, W.B.) 1924-1930, no date   1.0 Folders

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Oklahoma Soldiers' Memorial Hospital; Veterans Bureau) 

Vice President, Office of. From Alice Robertson. [2184, 2190] 1929 

 1931.001.2.22.5 War Department. To and from Alice Robertson. 1922-1929, no date   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.5 United States Naval Academy. To Alice Robertson. 1922 

United States Steel Corporation. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's position on the protection tariff. 1922 

 1931.001.2.22.6 University of Oklahoma - Watts   1.0 Folders

University of Oklahoma Press. To Librarian, University of Tulsa. In reference to a book by Althea L. Bass. 1935 

Uttley, Clinton (and Mrs.) Christmas card. 1928 

Varnum High School (F.H. White, Superintendent). To and from Alice Robertson. 1929-1930 

Vermont National Guard (1st Infantry). To Alice Robertson. 1916 

Veterans of Foreign Wars. From Alice Robertson. (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Veterans of Foreign Wars) 1929 

Vickery, William J. Calling card. 

Vogel, Bert. To [?]. Graduation announcement. 1911 

Vogler, Sarah A. To Alice Robertson. In reference to her family history. [1774] 1922 

Waas, Arthur A. To and from Alice Robertson. [2012, 2239] 1929 

Wacoche, Benjamin (and Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Waggoner, J.H. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1692] 1922 

Wagner, Sarah Fletcher. To Alice Robertson. In re the maternity bill. 1921 

Waldo, Willis, Gersham (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Wallace, Clarence (and Mrs.). Christmas card. No date 

Walters, Clarence. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. 1922 

Walters, Dora. To Alice Robertson. Fragment. [MR39] No date 

Walton, F.L. Calling card. 

Walton, John Calloway (Governor, Oklahoma). To [?]. Invitation to inauguration. No date 

Ward, James. To Mrs. Gilmore. [1517] 1920 

Warfield, H.P. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a confidential letter written to Republican National Committeeman, J.A. Harris. [1843] 1923 

Warner, (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Warren, Frank Horace (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Washington, Booker T. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the racial climate in IT. [1175] 1904 

Watson, Thomas E. Calling card. 

Watts, Margaret E. To and from Alice Robertson. Request for Oklahoma Indian legends. [2438, 2465] 1930 

 1931.001.2.22.7 Webster - West, Jessie Shelby   1.0 Folders

Webster, Emily F. To Alice Robertson. In reference to Alice Robertson's postmaster position. [1206] 1904 

Weekly Courier (Australian newspaper represented by Mary Jay). Callling card. 

Weeks, Grace B. To Alice Robertson. [2520] 1931 

Weeks, Maynona. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. No date 

Weir, David J. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1649] 1922 

Welch, Julia Carter. To Alice Robertson. [1885] 1923 

Welsh, Herbert. To Alice Robertson. In reference to a letter of recommendation. 1898 

Wentz, James Griswold (Mrs.) 2 Calling cards. 

Wentz, Lew H. 

To and from Alice Robertson. [LS58, 2079, 2416, 2526] 1925-1932, no date 

To Oklahoma Memorial Association. 1930 

West, Austin C. (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

West, Preston C. From Alice Robertson. [LS66] 1928 

West, Jessie Shelby. To Alice Robertson. [ND171] 1920 

 1931.001.2.22.8-10 Westerberg, Harold P.   3.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.8 To and from Alice Robertson. [1396, 1397, 1400, 1403, 1406, 1407, 1408, 1409, 1410, 1411, 1412] 1914-1918   13.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.9 To and from Alice Robertson. [1413, 1414, 1415, 1416, 1417, 1418, 1419, 1420, 1421, 1422, 1423, 1424, 1427, 1429, 1430, 1431, 1432, 1433] 1919   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.22.10 To and from Alice Robertson. [1446, 1839, 1860, 1917, 1931, 1935, 1939, 1948A, 1955] 1920-1923   1.0 Folders

(See also Series 2: Correspondence: Pitts, Alma E.) 

 1931.001.2.22.11 Wheeler - Williams, Lon   1.0 Folders

Wheeler, Loren E. (and Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. [1550] 1921 

Whenery, Nettie. From Alice Robertson. Campaign circular requesting position on Alice Robertson's candidacy for County Superintendent of Schools. [1380] 1916 

White, J.C. (Mrs.) To Alice Robertson. 1920 

White, Myron (Mrs.) Calling card 

White, V. May. To Alice Robertson. [1833] 1922 

White, W.A. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Graves, Orlin) 

Whiteside, Ada S. Birthday card. No date 

Whiteside, William R. 2 Wedding announcements. 1907, no date 

Whitlock, Lyman. To Alice Robertson. Christmas card. 1928 

Who's Who in America. To and from Alice Robertson. [LS61, 2518, LS66] 1927-1931 

Wiesmer, (Miss). Calling cards. 

Wilbur, Mary Aronetta. Calling card. 

Wiley, W.S. From Alice Robertson. In reference to Nuyaka, Carlisle, etc. [LS70] 1928 

Wilkinson, C.E. (Mrs.) From Mother. [1767] 1922 

Wilkinson, John N. From Alice Robertson. [LS85] and calling card 1921 

Willbanks, (Mr. and Mrs.) New Years card. 1916 

Willey, James Marshall (Mrs.) Calling card 

Willebrandt, M. Walker (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Williams, Leonard Worcester. To [?]. Wedding invitation. Incomplete date 

Williams, Lon (Mrs.) Calling card 

 1931.001.2.23.1 Williams, Martha Reynolds   1.0 Folders

Williams, Martha Reynolds. To Alice Robertson. Includes dictated handwritten note by Mary Eleanor Worcester to Alice Robertson and Ann Augusta Robertson. [1169, 1369, 1442, 1388, 1390, ND172] No date 

 1931.001.2.23.2 Williams, Mason Fitch - Wooster Oil   1.0 Folders

Williams, Mason Fitch. Carbon copy typed Last Will and Testament. 17 Nov 1908 

Williams, Robert Lee. From Alice Robertson. [2163, 2320, 2341] 1929 

Williams, W.M. (Realtor). Calling card 

Williford, Claude. To Alice Robertson. In reference to U.S. Marines visit to Muskogee. [2060] 1927 

Wills, (Miss). Calling card. 

Wilmarth, Jean. Calling card. 

Wilson, Grafton S. (Washington, DC Press Gallery). From Alice Robertson. [2042] 1926 

Wilson, Mary Priscilla. Calling card. 

Wilson, William Warfield (Mrs.) Christmas card. 

Wilson, William. To Alice Robertson. [1455] 1920 

Wimberly, J.A. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Woman's Chamber of Commerce (Fannie Wolfson). Calling card. 

Woman's King County Republican Club. To Alice Robertson. [1596, 1599] [1596, 1599] 1922 

Woman's International Missionary Union (Mrs. John Newton Culbertson). Calling card. 

Women's Republican County Committee of Berks County (Ella D. Mitchell, Chairman). Calling card. 

Wood, Ida. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Navy. [1732] 1922 

Woodruff, Roy C. (See Series 2: Correspondence: Arentz, Samuel Shaw) 

Woodward, Robertson. To and from Alice Robertson. [2324, 2357] 1929 

Woodward, W.H. To Alice Robertson. [1199] 1904 

Wooster, Lorraine Elizabeth. To and from Alice Robertson. (See also Series 4: Photographs) [1520, 2342, 2358, 2380, 2398] 1921-1930 

Wooster Oil Company (E. Holley Poe). Calling card. 

 1931.001.2.23.3 Worcester, Ann Orr - Worcester, Edwin Dean   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.2.23.3 Worcester, Ann Orr 

To Thomas Savage. In reference to a donation of clothing to the mission. 1833 

To Sister. In reference to her letter to Thomas Savage. [2] No date 

To Friend. In reference to the education of the children. [MR43] 1838 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Worcester, Edward S. (Son of Rev. John Hopkins Worcester) 

Handwritten note in reference to his character, written by Harry C. Williams (third cousin). [927, LS92] 

To Althea L. Bass. 1937 

To Alice Robertson. In reference to his father's death. [1177] 1902-1904 

Worcester, Edwin Dean. To Alice Robertson. [945, 1183?, 1181, 1074] (See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Worcester Family) 1897-1904 

 1931.001.2.23.4 Worcester, Ermina Nash - Worcester, Hannah   1.0 Folders

Worcester, Ermina Nash 

To Alice Robertson. [64, 205, 58, 59] 1860-1865 

To John Orr Worcester. [62] 1858-1860 

Worcester, George A. To and from Alice Robertson. In reference to the Worcester Family Association of New England. [1749, 1753] 1922 

Worcester, Hannah (Aunt). To Alice Robertson. [1330, 1347, ND173] 190901915 

 1931.001.2.23.5 Worcester, I.O. - Worcester, P.H.   1.0 Folders

Worcester, I.O. To [?]. 1836 

Worcester, Jane. To Althea L. Bass. [LS92] 1937-1938 

Worcester, John Orr 

Receipts for payment of postage. [33] 

From J.E. [?] Foreman. 1856 

Worcester, Joseph Emerson (Mrs.) Calling card. 

Worcester, Leonard 

To Alice Robertson. 1920 

To William. [261] 1868 

To John Orr Worcester. [40, 49] 1857-1858 

To Brother and Sister/Folks. [120, 145, 167] 1862-1864 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Worcester, Mary Eleanor 

To Alice Robertson. [1336, 1348, 1367, 1382, 1384, ND174, 345] 1871, no date 

To Ann Augusta Robertson-Merriman. (See also Series 2: Correspondence: Williams, Martha Reynolds) 

To Hannah Worcester. 1911 

(See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Worcester, P.H. To Alice Robertson. [2114] 1928 

 1931.001.2.23.6-7 Worcester, Samuel Austin   2.0 Folders

To A.H. Ballentine. [52A] 1859 

From Hugo Leonard. 1858, no date 

To James Orr. 1859 

To William Shenck Robertson [?]. [18, 22] 1850 

To John Ross. [3C] 1842 

To Cephas Washburn, Cephas. [46] 1858 

To Western Cherokee Nation. [3] 1835 

To Hannah Worcester. [1] 1815 

To John Orr Worcester, John Orr. [28A, 28B, 30A, 34B, 37A, 43A, 43B, 43C, 43D, 51, MR76, LS87, 185] 1855-1858, no date 

 1931.001.2.23.7 To Leonard Worcester. [LS89, MR44, 5, 23A, 42A] 1833-1857 

Unidentified. [3B, 54] 

(See also Series 2: Correspondence: Holway, Hope; Series 3: Personal Papers: Worcester Family; IV: Photographs) 

 1931.001.2.23.8 Worcester, Sarah - Worcester, W.L.   1.0 Folders

Worcester, Sarah 

To John Orr Worcester. [31, 34] 1855-1856 

To Leonard Worcester. [27] 1853 

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Worcester Family) 

Worcester, W.L. To Alice Robertson. [984] 1898 

 1931.001.2.23.9 Wright - Zevely   1.0 Folders

Wright, Anna Belle. To and from Alice Robertson. [LS66] 1913-1928 

Wright, James George. [2169] (See Series 2: Correspondence: United States: Interior Deparment: Commissionor to the Five Civilized Tribes; See also Series 4: Photographs) 

Wright, R.C. From Alice Robertson. In reference to free garden seed distribution. [1723] 1922 

Wurzback, Harry (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Wysong, Maebell. To Alice Robertson. Birthday card. 1928 

Wysong, T.B. To Alice Robertson. 1920 

Wyant, Adam Martin (and Mrs.) Calling card. 

Wyndham, Margaret. From Alice Robertson. In reference to the early years of Kendall College. [LS71] 1928 

Yancy, D.N. To Alice Robertson. 1912 

Yarborough, G.S. (Mrs.) From Alice Robertson. In reference to Kendall College history. [LS66] 1928 

Yeater, Sue. To Alice Robertson. [2125] 1928 

Young, Francis B. To Alice Robertson. [1490] 1920 

Young, J.S. To Alice Robertson. In reference to the Soldiers Bonus Bill. [1651] 1922 

Young Men's Christian Association. To and from Alice Robertson. [1845] 1923 

Young Republicans Club. To and from Alice Robertson. 1920 

Zevely, J.W. (Attorney). To Alice Robertson. [1363, 1459] 1912-1920 

Zevely, Jamie C. To Alice Robertson. [1748] 1922 

 1931.001.2.23.10 Unidentified   1.0 Folders

Unidentified. [LS45, LS82, MR40, MR41, LS71, 1523, ND183, MR1, ND170, 1513, ND179, ND180, 1569, 1359, 2224, 2150, 2193, 131, 971, 1917, 1508, 1342] 

Personal Papers 

Scope and Contents note

The personal papers consist of documents relating to Indian affairs; reference materials and documents pertaining to issues addressed during Alice Robertson's term in the House of Representatives; promotional brochures for institutions and organizations; campaign related records and promotional materials; documents and materials relating to Alice Robertson's term as Muskogee Postmaster; publications of the Presbyterian Church of the United States; accounts, prices, and menus, relating to Sawokla Cafeteria; documents relating to Alice Robertson's appointment as Superintendent of the Creek Nation schools; Tullahassee Manual Labor School student papers, school programs, accounts, orders of examination, and copies of OUR MONTHLY (1870-1875); and genealogical information pertaining to members of the Robertson and Worcester families. The personal papers are arranged alphabetically by subject, name of institution, or name of organization.

 1931.001.3.1.1 American - Bloomfield   1.0 Folders

American Academy of Political and Social Science 

American Association of University Women 

American Bar Association 

American Indian Institute 

American Inn Club 

American Institute of Architects 

American Institute of Banking (Philadelphia Chapter) 

American Legion 

Army-Navy football game 

Association of Collegiate Alumnae 

Bacone College (See also Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

Belleau Wood Memorial Association 

Bloomfield Seminary 

 1931.001.3.1.2 Brainerd - Dwight   1.0 Folders

Brainerd Mission 

Caledonia County Grammar School 

Calliopean Literary Society 

Cedar Crest College 

Central High School 

Cherokee Female Seminary 

Cherokee National Male and Female Seminary. Address by Mrs. R.L. Fite, reprinted from The Tahlequah Arrow. (See also Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article) 11 May 1914 

Colonial School 

Commercial Club of Omaha 

Constitutional Convention 

Cooper Seminary 

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

Creek Teachers' Normal School 

Daughters of the American Revolution 

Dwight Mission (See Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

 1931.001.3.3-6 Elmira College   4.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.2.1 Fayetteville - Illinois   1.0 Folders

Fayetteville Female Institute 

Florida, State of. Thanksgiving proclamation. 1887 

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

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 

 1931.001.3.2.2-4 Indian Affairs   3.0 Folders

"A Serious Problem for the New State." Reprint of an article appearing in Muskogee 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. No date 

"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...." Handwritten 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...." Handwritten and signed 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." 2 copies. 1842 

"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 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....." Handwritten draft, 1p.  29 Oct 1889 

 1931.001.3.2.3 "....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...." Handwritten and signed draft, signed Roby McIntosh, Speaker, House of Warriors. Approved Oct 1889 by L.C. Perryman, Principal Chief. Oct 1889 

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

"A Pueblo Primer." Witter Bynnor. Mimeograph typed 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. Circa 1878 

"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 

D.W. Bushyhead, Principal Chief. 2 copies. 16 Nov 1882 

J.B. Mayes, Principal Chief. 18 Nov 1891 

 1931.001.3.2.4 "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...." Handwritten Snake Indian warning notice, Wetumka, IT, 1p. 17 Oct 1900 

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

"A Memorial to Congress in the Matter of the Preservation of the Creek Indian Council House At Okmulgee, Oklahoma." Petition. No date 

"The Muskogee or Creek Nation of Indians...respectfully memorialize Congress not to enact any law which is in violation of the solemn treaty-compacts entered into between their people and the United States...." No date 

"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...." Handwritten and signed 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. Typed and signed draft, 1p; typed transcription of same, 1p. 8 Apr 1901 

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. 

Translated into the Cherokee syllabary. Prayer card, 2 copies. 

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. Conference leaflet. 2 copies. 1911 

"The Cherokee." Theatre program and synopsis for a play in five parts performed at the Hinton Theatre. Incomplete date 

 1931.001.3.3.4 Indiana - Louisiana 

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 

 1931.001.3.2.5-6; 3.1-3 Interior Department   5.0 Folders

Stenographer's notebooks. 8 notebooks containing draft letters taken in shorthand by Alice Robertson. 1875-1882, no date 

 1931.001.3.3.1 Related shorthand reference materials. 

 1931.001.3.3.2 Advisory Council on Indian Affairs. "The American Indian of Today." Mimeograph of a typed covering topics such as population, education and health, citizenship, lands, natural resources, and finances, 13p. 

"Indian Population of the United States." Mimeograph of a typed draft, 5p. 30 Jun 1923 

"Education Among Indians of Oklahoma Tribes." Article reproduced from The Daily Oklahoman, 7p. Oct 1923 

"The Indian's War Activities." Mimeograph of a typed draft, 1, 22p. 1918 

"The American Indian in the World War." Mimeograph of a typed account of a few of the approximately 10,000 Indian men who were either wounded or killed while in military service during WWI, 2p. 

Documents pertaining to the appointment and resignation as clerk/copyist/computer. 1873-1899 

"To the Ladies and Gentlemen of the Indian office...." Mimeograph of a handwritten message from Commissioner Smith regarding the conduct expected of employees of the department, 2p. 

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Supervisor/Superintendent of Schools) 

 1931.001.3.3.3 Photocopied press cuttings relating to history, events, issues. 

 1931.001.3.3.5 Maine - Middlesex   1.0 Folders

Maine, State of. Thanksgiving proclamation. 1891 

Martha Washington Seminary 

Matoon Female and Male Seminaries 

Micco, Creek Nation, IT. 

Middlesex Club 

 1931.001.3.3.6 Muskogee Daily - Muskogee Rotary   1.0 Folders

Muskogee Daily News 

Muskogee High School 

Muskogee, Oklahoma. Brochures, commemorative buttons and ribbons. 

Muskogee Rotary Club 

 1931.001.3.4.1 National Agricultural - New Jersey   1.0 Folders

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 3: 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. 

 1931.001.3.4.2 Northeastern - Oakland   1.0 Folders

Northeastern State Normal School 

Northeastern State Teachers College 

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

Oakland High School 

 1931.001.3.4.3 Oklahoma and Indian Territory - Oklahoma State Federation   1.0 Folders

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 3: Veterans Bureau) 

Oklahoma State Bar Association 

Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs 

 1931.001.3.4.4-7 Oklahoma, State of   4.0 Folders

Department of State. Carbon copy typescript 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's Twenty-First Birthday. Programs. 16 Nov 1928 

"Constitutional Convention Call." Printed flyer. 6 Sept 1929 

 1931.001.3.5-7 Photocopy of press cuttings relating to Oklahoma as a territory and as a state. 1895-1944, no date 

 1931.001.3.4.8 Oklahoma State - Pittsburg   1.0 Folders

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 1: Writings: Robertson, Alice Mary; Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

Pittsburg Press Club 

 1931.001.3.5.1-8; 6.1-7; 7.1-3 Political Campaigns/Term in Office   18.0 Folders

Carbon copy typed announcement of candidacy, 1p. 4 Jun 1920 

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

Carbon copy typed statement of expenditures, 1p. 23 Jul-4 Aug 1920 

Typed and signed letter from Oklahoma State Election Board to Alice Robertson in reference to the breakdown of votes cast for 2nd District Congressman, 1s. 28 Jan 1921 

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, photocopy of related press cuttings. 

Typed list of Alice Robertson's legislative activities. 4 Mar 1921-no date 

HR6652, HR6653, HR6741, HR7035, HR7182, HR7283, HR7396, HR7450, HR8273, HR9683, HR10495, HR10496, HR11033, HR11034, HR11318, HR12552; 5p. 

Typed list of dates, subjects and appearances of Alice Robertson's remarks in the Congressional Record, 1p. 

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 

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 

Carbon copy typed list of pros and cons, 2p. 

67.2 HR7035 Serial 36: Hearing before the committee on the judiciary regarding the granting of pensions to regularly commissioned US Deputy Marshalls 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 

Congressional Record which contain remarks by Alice Robertson on the following topics: 

Existence and Location of Copies note

Please see online catalogue.

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. 

 1931.001.3.5.1A Voting record by roll calls for the House of Representatives, 67th Congress, 1st through 4th sessions. 

 1931.001.3.5.2 67th Congress: Rosters, lists of members for various congressional committees, general memorandums, House and Senate chamber passes. 

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

"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 

Carbon copy typescript fragment, with handwritten revisions, regarding arguments for government aid to the blind, 1p. 

Mimeograph of a typescript from the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Commerce regarding the estimated total farm mortgage debt for 1920, 1p. 

Typed and signed resolution regarding the regulation of immigrants, 1p. 

"Wives and Mothers of Industrial Workers." Statement of beliefs, addressed to the Congress. 2p.  20 Jan 1921 

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

"Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic." Reprint of a speech by C.N. Haskell, given at the Jan 1907 Constitutional Convention. 

Sheppard-Towner Maternity Bill. Informational brochure. 

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

Handwritten brief outline for a campaign speech, Bangor, Maine. May 1922 

 1931.001.3.5.3 Trip to Panama by a congressional party of which Alice Robertson was a member; includes itineraries, passenger lists, map of Panama, etc. (See also Series 4: Photographs) Dec 1922 

Statement of Alice Robertson's accounts, House of Representatives. 1922-1923 

Handwritten note (author unknown) to 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." 

Carbon copy typed minutes of a meeting of the 15th Precinct Caucus; Alice Robertson elected as delegate to attend the county convention, 1p. 

Handwritten commentary in Alice Robertson's hand on the falsehoods and innuendos being made about her allegedly by a Scott supporter, 1p. 

Mimeograph fragment of an open letter from Alice Robertson in reference to the appointment of a woman member of the Disarmament Commission and Alice Robertson's stand on the issue, 1p. 

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

 1931.001.3.5.4-6 Presidential campaign propaganda, flyers, leaflets, brochures; Democratic Platform (Jun 1920); Socialist Party Platform; county, state, and national Republican Party conventions and related activates. 52 pieces. Medals, buttons, and ribbons. 

 1931.001.3.5.7-8 Invitations to political, governmental and embassorial functions. 69 pieces. (See also Series 3: Indian Affairs; Veterans Bureau; Series 6: Oversize) 

 1931.001.3.6.1-7; 7.1-3 Photocopied press cuttings relating to Alice Robertson's political activities. (See also Series 6: Oversize) 1920-1931   10.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.7.4 Political - Portland   1.0 Folders

Political Science Club 

Porter High School 

Portland Rose Festival, Portland, OR. (See also: Series 4: Photographs) 

 1931.001.3.7.5-8 Postmaster Appointment   4.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.7.5 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. 1906 

Receipts for mail equipment Circa 1913 

Official post office department questionnaire (blank). 

Postmaster's Oath 

 1931.001.3.7.6-7 National Association of Postmasters of First Class Offices. Programs, commemorative medals, buttons, and ribbons. 1906-1912, no date 

 1931.001.3.5.7 Photocopy of related press cuttings. (See also Series 6: Oversize) 

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." Photocopied press cutting in reference to Alice Robertson's reappointment as postmistress. Includes handwritten 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 acknowledged that the news of her confirmation afforded the keenest pleasure...." Carbon copy typescript, 2p. 

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

 1931.001.3.7.8 Photocopy of related press cuttings. (See also Series 6: Oversize) 

 1931.001.3.8.1 Presbyterian Church of the United States 

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

Board of Foreign Missions. Handwritten draft minutes of a trustees meeting, recorded by William Shenck Robertson and signed by those in attendance, 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. 1905 

 1931.001.3.8.2 Red Cross. Materials relating to Alice Robertson's service with the Red Cross Canteen. (See also Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article)   1.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.8.3 Republican - St. Louis   1.0 Folders

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 

 1931.001.3.8.4-5 Sawokla Cafeteria and Farm   2.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.8.4 Handwritten lists of food expenses, quantities used/purchased, price lists for the menu, and receipts. 

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

Expense account book. 12 Jan 1920-2 Apr 1920 

Handwritten 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. No date. 

 1931.001.3.8.5 Photocopy of related press cuttings. (See also Series 4: Photographs; Series 6: Oversize) 

 1931.001.3.8.6 Sequoyah - Sunshine   1.0 Folders

Sequoyah Orphan Training School 

Southern Commercial Congress. (See also Series 1: Writings: Robertson, Alice Mary; Series 6: Oversize) 

Southern Society of Washington 

Sunshine and Showers. Jan, Vol 1, No 8, 1904. 1904 

 1931.001.3.8.7 Supervisor/Superintendent of Schools, Creek Nation   1.0 Folders

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

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

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, 1p. 9 Jun 1903 

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. Jun 1904 

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

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

"To show the difficulty in building in this county I would mention that about $25,000 was spent upon the Wealaka Mission...." Handwritten 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, 1s. 2 Sept 1904 

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

Salary voucher. 31 Dec 1904 

Statement of Disbursing Account and abstract. Dec 1904 

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

Notice of settlement of accounts. Jun 1904-Jan 1905 

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

 1931.001.3.8.8-10; 9.1-11 Tullahassee Manual Labor School   14.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.8.8 Handwritten and printed lists of student's names. 13 pieces. Circa 1850-1871 

4 pocket notebooks containing lists of student names, provisions, addresses, notes. 

(See also Series 3: Personal Papers: Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions) 

 1931.001.3.8.9 Handwritten and printed Examinations/Order of Exercises, circa 1853-1879. 22 pieces. 

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

Invitation and program for the Class of 1904 graduates. 

 1931.001.3.8.10 Accounts, expenditures, provisions, and receipts, 1859-1882. Includes handwritten list of teacher's salaries, 1875-1876. 47 pieces. 1859-1882, 1875-1876 

 1931.001.3.9.1 Student handwritten essays and exercises completed by: 

Waitie Barnett, , Lucy Bear, Eliza Bell, Millie Brown, Rachel Checote, Ellis Childers, Thomas Dick, Harriet Fusharjo, Sarah Fusharjo, Nancy Leola, Benjamin Marshall Marshall, Marcellus McCombs, Nancy McIntosh, Ella Moore, Lizzie Moore, Isom Peter [?], Lincoln Postoak, Witie Shirley, Robert W. Stewart, Leonidas Stidham, Frank Tuttle, Nancy Jane Winslett, Keziah Winslett, unidentified. 

 1931.001.3.9.2-11 Our Monthly   10.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.9.2 Dec, Vol 1, No 1, 1870 (handwritten); Apr, Vol 1, No 5, 1871 (handwritten). 1870-1871 

General note

According to Littlefield and Parins American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, the first issue was hand written in a copybook.

General note

According to Littlefield and Parins American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, the first issue was hand written in a copybook.

 1931.001.3.9.3 Jan, Vol 2, No 1, 1873 (2 copies); Feb, Vol 2, No 2, 1873 (8 copies); Apr, Vol 2, No 3, 1873 (5 copies). 1873 

 1931.001.3.9.4 May, Vol 2, No 4, 1873 (15 copies); Jun, Vol 2, No 5, 1873 (8 copies). 1873 

 1931.001.3.9.5 Jul, Vol 2, No 6, 1873 (3 copies); Jul, Vol 2, No 7, 1873 (7 copies); Oct, Vol 2, No 8, 1873 (4 copies); Dec, Vol 2, No 9, 1873( 3 copies). 1873 

 1931.001.3.9.6 Jan, Vol 3, No 1, 1874 (5 copies); Mar, Vol 3, No 2, 1874 (3 copies); Apr, Vol 3, No 3, 1874 (5 copies). 1874 

 1931.001.3.9.7 May, Vol 3, No 4, 1874 (3 copies); Jun, Vol 3, No 5, 1874 (2 copies); Aug, Vol 3, No 6-7, 1874 (2 copies); Oct, Vol 3, No 9, 1874 (4 copies); Nov, Vol 3, No 10, 1874 (7 copies); Dec, Vol 3, No 11, 1874 (14 copies). 

 1931.001.3.9.8 Jan, Vol 4, No 1, 1875 (6 copies); Feb, vol 4, No 2, 1875 (6 copies); Mar, Vol 4, No 3, 1875 (6 copies); Apr, Vol 4, No 4, 1875 (11 copies). 1875 

 1931.001.3.9.9 May, Vol 4, No 5, 1875 (3 copies); Jun, Vol 4, No 6, 1875 (6 copies); Jul, Vol 4, No 7, 1875 (5 copies). 1875 

 1931.001.3.9.10 Aug, Vol 4, No 3, 1875 (25 copies). 1875 

 1931.001.3.9.11 Sept, Vol 4, No 9, 1875 (4 copies); Oct, Vol 4, No 10, 1875 (11 copies); typed transcription by Samuel Worcester Robertson of the first editorial in Our Monthly, with handwritten note by Samuel Worcester Robertson, 2p. (See also Series 4: Photographs) 1875 

Tulsa, University of (See Henry Kendall College) 

 1931.001.3.10.1-2 Union - United Spanish   2.0 Folders

Union Mission 

United Spanish War Veterans 

Commemorative ribbons, buttons, and pins. 

 1931.001.3.10.2 Commemorative ribbons, buttons, and pins. 

 1931.001.3.10.3-5 Veterans Bureau   3.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.10.3 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 6: Oversize for related newspaper articles) 

 1931.001.3.10.4-5 United States Veterans. Photocopy of related press cuttings, 1920-1931, no date. (See also New Jersey, State of) 

 1931.001.3.10.6 Veterans of Foreign - Women's   1.0 Folders

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. 

"Under Orders" by Julia A. Douglas 

Woman's Synodical Society of Oklahoma 

Women's City Club of New York 

 1931.001.3.10.7-8 Women in politics. Photocopy of press cuttings relating to this subject, 1920-1930, no date.   2.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.11.1 Women's - Young   1.0 Folders

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 

 1931.001.3.11.2-7 Personal papers: miscellaneous   6.0 Folders

 1931.001.3.11.2 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. 

 1931.001.3.11.3 Photocopy of press cuttings relating to various individuals in the news: obituaries, marriage announcements, biographical pieces, etc. 

 1931.001.3.11.4 Photocopy of press cuttings relating to national political news. 1895-1925 

 1931.001.3.11.5 Photocopy of press cuttings relating to international news events. 1920-1929 

 1931.001.3.11.6 Photocopy of press cuttings on a variety of subjects. 

 1931.001.3.11.7 Unsigned greeting cards, inspirational leaflets, etc. 51 pieces. 

 1931.001.3.12.1-8 Genealogical/biographical   8.0 Folders

"History of the Clan Robertson of Athole, Scotland, From The History of the Highlanders by James Browne, LL.D." Carbon copy typed transcription with handwritten 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; typed transcription of same, 1p. 

Robertson Family Records. Publishers brochure announcing the publication issued by the American Historical-Genealogical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jan 1929 

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

Robertson, Alice Mary 

Handwritten and signed vita, 1p. 

Typed draft transcription of an entry in Who's Who in America, 1p. 1924-1925 

Handwritten draft biography by Spenser S. Stephens, 5p, with cover handwritten and signed letter, 1s. 10 Aug 1910 

Carbon copy typed draft biographical piece with handwritten revisions, 3p; typescript ion of same with further revisions and additions, 3p. 

Carbon copy typed incomplete draft of a play about Alice Robertson with handwritten revisions, 4p. 

Last Will and Testament. Carbon copy typed draft, 2p. 30 Apr 1928 

Photocopy of press cuttings of biographical pieces and obituaries appearing in various US newspapers. (See also Series 6: Oversize) 

 1931.001.3.12.3 Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta 

Menu and music programme from a European cruise. 

Typed document pertaining to Cornelius Carr (deceased) pertaining to the rightful ownership of land given him by Napoleon Bonaparte Moore, with handwritten revisions, 2p. Carbon copy of same, 2 copies. 

Photocopy of press cuttings about Ann Augusta Robertson. 

 1931.001.3.12.4 Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester 

Photocopy of press cuttings in which Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson is mentioned. 

Handwritten biographical work written by Charles Gibson, 2p with cover handwritten and signed letter to Alice Robertson. No date 

Reprint of obituary originally appearing in the Muskogee Evening Times. 4 copies. 21 Nov 1905 

 1931.001.3.12.5 Desk calendar with handwritten notes, appointments, etc., for Jun-Dec 1897. 

 1931.001.3.12.6 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 14th. 

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

Wall calendar with handwritten notes for Feb-Dec 1902. Feb-Dec 1902 

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

Robertson, Mary 

Matoon Female Seminary report of progress. 17 Apr 1863 

 1931.001.3.12.7 Robertson, William Shenck 

Handwritten draft biographical piece written in Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's hand, 2p; typed transcription of same, 3p. 

"The Teacher." Typed draft biographical piece, author unknown, 2p with carbon copy fragment of same, 1p; typed transcription of same, 3p. 

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

Certificates of membership. Mar 1847, Jul 1847, Jan 1848 

Typed transcription of a translated obituary notice written by L.C. Perryman, originally appearing in the Indian Journal, Oct 1881, 1p; carbon copy of same, 1p. 

Typed bio/obituary, author unknown, 5p. 

Carbon copy typed transcription of obituary by L.C. Perryman, transcribed by Samuel Worcester Robertson with handwritten note. (See also Series 6: Oversize for related newspaper article) 

 1931.001.3.12.8 Handwritten draft genealogical information compiled and presented by Althea L. Bass, 7p; typed transcription of same, 4p. 

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

Worcester, Edwin Dean 

Excised page from The National Cyclopaedia. 

Worcester, Sarah 

Carbon copy typed 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, 4p.  23 Jan 1861 

Typed and signed cover letter from Vermont State Library to Althea Bass in reference to the above biographical sketch,1s. Jun 1933 

Handwritten draft transcription, in Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's 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. 

Photocopy of press cuttings about Samuel Austin Worcester. 

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

Miscellaneous genealogical/biographical 

Avery, John/Joseph/Mary. Typed brief biographical piece, with handwritten revisions, 1p. Carbon copy, another version, 1p. 

Hicks, Herbert Worcester. Photocopy of press cuttings and obituary. 

Loughridge, Robert McGill. Typed brief biographical piece transcribed from the First Presbyterian Church Manual of Ministers, with handwritten revisions, 1p. 

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

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

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

Memorial card for Sophorina and Lois Clarinda Loomis. 

Photographs 

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of daguerreotypes, tintypes, photographs, photographic reproductions, photo-negatives, photo-postcards, and glass negatives. The first section is comprised of photographs of Alice Robertson taken at various stages of her life. The remaining section consists of photographs of other people and locations and is arranged alphabetically by surname, name of institution or organization, or name of location, followed by unidentified photographs.

Index of Photographers 

ACKER. New York, NY. ADAMS, R H. St Louis, MO. AKER, J O. Washington, DC. ALMAN, L. Rhode Island. ALMAN, L. New York, NY. ANDREWS INC., WESLEY. Baker, OR. ART SHOP KODAKERY. ASSETT, T. Washington, DC. ATTIC STUDIO, THE. Rockford, IL. 

BAKER & RECORD. Saratoga Springs, NY. BARKER AND MERRICK. Des Moines, IA. BART, A P. Elmira, NY. BEDARD. BELL, C M. Washington. DC. BICKLE & MOSKEY. Clarksburg, WV. BIRET, E S. Rochester, NY. BLACK, J W. Washington, DC. BOWERSON, A L. Dayton, OH. BRASEL J. Muskogee, IT. BROCK-HIGGINS. Santa Barbara, CA. BUNDY & WILLIAMS. New Haven, CT. 

CARPENTER. Los Angeles, CA. CHAMPLAY. New York, NY. CHOATE, J N. Carlisle, PA. CLIFFORD, D A. St Johnsbury, VT. CLINEDINST. Washington, DC. COLLINS ART GALLERY. Leadville, CO. COOK. Fort Smith, AR. COWAN'S. Cincinnati, OH. 

DAGENARS, H. Montreal, CANADA. DAVIS, G B. Burlington, VT. DAVIS, G W. Richmond, VA. DEDKER BROTHERS. Santa Barbara, CA. DERWENT, Mrs Luther. DEWEY'S GALLERY. Cincinnati, OH. DILLON. Cincinnati, OH. DITTRICH STUDIOS. Atlantic City, NJ. DOUGLAS. Evansville, IN. 

E - F 

ELITE STUDIO. Butte, MT. ELY. Oshkosh, IN. ENSMINGER BROTHERS. Sanford, FL. EXCELSIOR GALLERY. FASSETT. Washington, DC. FETTER. Logansport, IN. FINLEY. Chicago, IL. FOLEY, E J. New York, NY. FREDRICKS KNICKERBOCKER FAMILY. New York, NY. 

G - H 

GALBREATH, HARVEY & LYLES. Manitou, CO. GARDNER, ALEX. Washington, DC. GEM STUDIO, THE. Muskogee, OK. GOSS, E L. Waltham, MA. GREENE, WILLIAM. Muskogee, OK. GUERIN, F W. St Louis, MO. GUTEKUNST, F. Philadelphia , PA. HARRIS & EWING. Washington, DC. HARRY'S ART GALLERY. Wooster, OH. HART, A P. Elmira, NY. HEAD & KUNZ. HESLER, A. Evanston, IL. HOAG & CO. Cincinnati, OH. HOARD & TENNEY. Winona, MN. HOBART. South Rockford, IL. HORTON, GEORGE W. Oshkosh, WS. HOUSEWORTH'S PARLORS. San Francisco, CA. 

K - L 

KIMBALL, W G C. Concord, NH. KINDLEY, GEORGE C. Sariaya, PI. LAMSON STUDIO. Portland, ME. LANDERKIN & WINTER. Juneau, AK. LANDY. Cincinnati, OH. LARKIN, J E. Elmira, NY. LEONARD, P F. Racine, WS. LEWIS, THOMAS. Cambridgeport, MA. LINE, A A. Carlisle, PA. LLOYD. Round Lake, NY. LODGE & CO. Gilmanton, NH. LOOMIS, G H. Boston, MA. LOQUIST BROTHERS. Peoria, IL. LUKE [?]. Leadville, CO. 

M - P 

MATHEWS, J H. Greensburg, IN. MCCAHON J. Westerville, OH. MCCARTY. Baxter Springs, KS. MCLEOD & COMBS. Kansas City, MO. MENNS, W K. St Johnsbury, VT. MILLER, CHARLES. Burlington, VT. MOFFETT. Chicago IL. MORGAN. Racine, WS. MUSKOGEE INDIAN TRADING CO. Muskogee, OK. ORLO. New York, NY. PACH. New York, NY. PAINE PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Fort Scott, KS. PANNEBECKER. Columbia, PA. PARTRIDGE GALLERY. Wheeling, WV. PHILLIPS, C. Philadelphia , PA. PIERSON, GEORGE. Muskogee, IT. PORTER'S GALLERY. Cincinnati, OH. PRINCE. Washington, DC. 

R - S 

REDMON, R R. Tulsa, IT. REED, N H. Santa Barbara, CA. REED, W A. Mobile, AL. REICHMAN & SIEBERT. Washington, DC. RICE M P & A I. Washington, DC. ROBERTSON. Muskogee, IT. ROBINSON. Oshkosh, WS. ROCHER, H. Chicago, IL. ROGER'S PORTRAITS. Dayton, OH. SCOTT. Chicago, IL. SEEBOHM, LOUIS. Dayton, OH. SHAFER STUDIO, THE. Fairmont, WV. SHEPHERD, C H. St Johnsbury, VT. SIPPLE, A B. Parsons, KS. SMITH, M E. Tulsa, OK [?]. SNOOK BROTHERS. Elmira, NY. SNYDER, R W. Greensburg, IN. SPRAGUE. Okmulgee, OK. STANDIFORD J F. Muskogee, IT. STERRY, E S. Lansingburgh , NY. STEVENS STUDIO. Chicago, IL. STODDARD, J H. Ansonia, CT. STUDIO IDEAL (Holtwick). SUCH & CO. Montreal, CANADA. SUKO. Leadville, CO. SWAINE & MOTE. Richmond, IN. 

T - Y 

TAYLOR, J. New York, NY. TEEPLE, T & CO. THOMSON, D P. Kansas City, MO. THORPE'S. Bucyrus, OH. TOMLINSON'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO. Elmira, NY. TOWLE, J J. Woodsville, NH. ULKE BROTHERS. Washington, DC. ULKE, JULIUS. Washington, DC. WAID. Clarksburg, WV. WARREN'S PORTRAITS. Washington, DC. WEBSTER, W F. Oshkosh, WS. WENKLE. Okmulgee, IT. WHITLEY. Elmira, NY. WILLIAMS. WILSON. Clarksburg, WV. WILSON, S A. Henry, IL. WITZEL, L F. Los Angeles, CA. WOLFE'S ART GALLERY. Dayton, OH. YEAW & CO. Lawrence, KS. 

Alice Robertson   6.0 Folders

As a young child. 

 1931.001.4.1.1.1 As a young child.   1.0 Photograph G. Pierson Studio (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.1.1.1n As a young child.   1.0 Photograph

As a young woman. 

 1931.001.4.1.1.2 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.3 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Co. Studio (Muskogee, I.T.)

 1931.001.4.1.1.4c1r-4c1v As a young woman. Sept 1889   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer Travelling Artist.

 1931.001.4.1.1.4c2 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.5 Pictured in character as Kowetah Ilekko.   1.0 Photograph

As a young woman at Elmira College. 

 1931.001.4.1.1.6 As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph Whitley (Elmira, NY)

 1931.001.4.1.1.7c1r-7c1v As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph Whitley (Elmira, NY)

 1931.001.4.1.1.7c2r-7c2v As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.7c3 As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.7c4r-7c4v As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph Whitley (Elmira, NY)

 1931.001.4.1.1.8c1r-8c1v As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.8c2r-8c2v As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.8c3r-8c3v As a student at Elmira College.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.9r-9v As a student at Elmira College. 1887   1.0 Photograph Fredricks' Knickerbocker Family Portrait Gallery (New York)

As a young woman in Washington, DC. 

 1931.001.4.1.2.1r-1v As a young woman in Washington, DC.   1.0 Photograph M.P. & A.I. Rice (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.2.2r-2v As a young woman in Washington, DC.   1.0 Photograph C.M. Bell (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.2.3r-3v As a young woman in Washington, DC.   1.0 Photograph Fassett Artist Photographer (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.2.3nc1 As a young woman in Washington, D.C.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.1.8nc2 As a young woman in Washington, D.C.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.4c1r-4c1v As a young woman in Washington, D.C.   1.0 Photograph Fassett Artist Photographer (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.2.4c2r-4c2v As a young woman in Washington, D.C.   1.0 Photograph Fassett Artist Photographer (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.2.5r-5v As a young woman in Washington, D.C.   1.0 Photograph Fassett Artist Photographer (Washington, DC)

As a young woman, Indian Office, Washington, D.C. 

 1931.001.4.1.2.6c1 As a young woman, Indian Office, Washington, D.C. 1874   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.6c2 As a young woman, Indian Office, Washington, D.C.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.6n As a young woman, Indian Office, Washington, D.C.   1.0 Photograph

Studio portraits as a young woman. 

 1931.001.4.1.2.7 Studio portrait as a young woman. Side view.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.1.2.8 Studio portrait as a young woman. Front view.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.1.2.9 Studio portrait as a young woman. Three quarter view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.9n Studio portrait as a young woman. Three quarter view.   1.0 Photograph

As a middle-aged woman. 

 1931.001.4.1.2.10 As a middle-aged woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.11 As a middle-aged woman, pictured outdoors.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.12 As a middle-aged woman, pictured outdoors.   1.0 Photograph

Studio portraits as a middle-aged woman. 

 1931.001.4.1.2.13c1 Studio portrait in middle age.   1.0 Photograph Mrs. Luther Derwent, photographer (Rockford, Illinois).

 1931.001.4.1.2.13c2 Studio portrait in middle age.   1.0 Photograph Mrs. Luther Derwent, photographer (Rockford, Illinois).

 1931.001.4.1.2.13n Studio portrait in middle age.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.14 Studio portrait in middle age.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.15c1 Studio portrait in middle-age.   1.0 Photograph Harris V. Ewing (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.2.15c2 Studio portrait in middle-age.   1.0 Photograph Gift of Lola Jacques (neice of Mrs. Kate George), 1966.

 1931.001.4.1.2.15c3pr Studio portrait in middle-age.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.2.15n Studio portrait in middle-age.   1.0 Photograph

As an older woman, pictured in Red Cross uniform. 

 1931.001.4.1.3.1 As an older woman, pictured in Red Cross uniform.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.2 As an older woman, pictured in Red Cross uniform, standing with an unidentified man in miltary uniform.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.2n As an older woman, pictured in Red Cross uniform, standing with another female Red Cross volunteer.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.3 As an older woman, pictured in Red Cross uniform, standing with another female Red Cross volunteer.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.3n As an older woman, pictured in Red Cross uniform, standing with another female Red Cross volunteer.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.4pr As a Red Cross worker pictured with three unidentified female Red Cross workers.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.5pr As a Red Cross worker pictured with two unidentified military men.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.5n As a Red Cross worker pictured with two unidentified military men.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photographs featuring Alice Robertson as a Red Cross worker at the site of a train wreck. Mrs. Mossman appears in one photograph. 

 1931.001.4.1.3.6 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.7 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.8 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.9 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.10c1 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.10c2 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.11c1 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.11c2 Train wreck.   1.0 Photograph

In later years. 

 1931.001.4.1.3.12 Pictured standing in hat and coat at the entrance of a building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.13 In later years, pictured visiting an unidentified grave marker.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.14 In later years, pictured visiting an unidentified grave marker.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photographs featuring Alice Robertson. 

 1931.001.4.1.3.15 In later years, pictured in her winter coat standing next to a tree.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.16 In later years, pictuerd in her winter coat standing next to a tree in front of unidentified [farm house].   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.17 Distant view of a [farm house].   1.0 Photograph Related to 1931.001.4.3.15-16.

 1931.001.4.1.3.18 In later years.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.19c1 In later years, with bouquet of roses.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.19c2 In later years, with bouquet of roses.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.19n In later years, with bouquet of roses.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.20 In later years; studio portrait. Circa 1920s   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.21pr In later years; studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.22 Painted portrait by M. Baker.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.23 Artist’s protrayal of Alice Robertson. 1930   1.0 Photograph Photograph of a charcoal rendering.

 1931.001.4.1.3.24 Studio portrait in later years.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.25 Studio portrait in later years.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.26 Studio portrait in later years.   1.0 Photograph Geo. Pierson Studio (Muskogee, OK).

 1931.001.4.1.3.27 In later years, pictured in her wicker rocking chair.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.1.3.27n In later years, pictured in her wicker rocking chair.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.28 Head shot taken outside a clapboard building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.28n Head shot taken outside a clapboard building.   1.0 Photograph Photo-negative strip.

Miss Alice at Sawokla Farm. 

 1931.001.4.1.3.29 Miss Alice Robertson among her cows at Sawokla farm.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.1.3.29n Miss Alice Robertson among her cows at Sawokla farm.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.30 Miss Alice Robertson with her pit horse at Sawokla farm.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.30n Miss Alice Robertson with her pit horse at Sawokla farm.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.31 Pictured seated at a table covered with roses.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.3.31n Pictured seated at a table covered with roses.   1.0 Photograph

Alice Robertson with others 

 1931.001.4.1.4.1c1 Pictured with Leonard Worcester near the porch of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.1c3pr Pictured with Leonard Worcester near the porch of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.1c2 Pictured with Leonard Worcester near the porch of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.2 Studio portrait of Alice Robertson standing and Grace Robertson sitting.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.1.4.2n Studio portrait of Alice Robertson standing and Grace Robertson sitting.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.3 Studio portrait of Alice, Ann Augusta, and Grace Robertson. Circa Jun 1886   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.1.4.3n Studio portrait of Alice, Ann Augusta, and Grace Robertson.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.4 Studio portrait of Alice Robertson with seven unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.5r-5v Studio portrait featuring Alice Robertson seated with five unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, I.T.).

 1931.001.4.1.4.6c1r-6c1v Studio portrait featuring Alice Robertson seated with five unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Parsons, KS).

 1931.001.4.1.4.6c2r-6c2v Studio portrait featuring Alice Robertson seated with five unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Parsons, KS).

 1931.001.4.1.4.8r-8v Studio portrait of Alice Robertson with fellow female teachers and young female students. 1886   1.0 Photograph J. Brasel (Muscogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.1.4.8n Studio portrait of Alice Robertson with fellow female teachers and young female students.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.9 Pictured holding a baby.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.10r-10v Pictured in hat and coat seated with unidentified man on the porch of an unidentified home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.11 Outdoor snapshot featuring Alice Robertson and two unidentified young women.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photographs featuring Alice Robertson and unidentified adults and children, during their visit to the gas well that provided gas for Sawokla farm. 

 1931.001.4.1.4.12 On the steps of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.13 Closeup on the steps of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.14 Standing alongside the gas well.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.15 Closeup alongside the gas well.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.16 Closeup of an unidentified man standing in front of the gas well.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.17 View of the gas well.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.17gn View of the gas well.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photographs featuring Alice Robertson and others, one of whom may be Mrs. C.E. Duetler, taken during their visit to the Mount Scott Cemetery, Portland Oregon.   3.0 Photographs

 1931.001.4.1.4.18 Alice Robertson pictured with a group of 4 adult women and 1 adult male at the Mt. Scott cemetery, Portland, Oregon. 18 Jun 1922   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.19 Alice Robertson at the Mt. Scott cemetery, Portland, Oregon.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.20 Alice Robertson pictured with an unidentified woman at the Mt. Scott cemetery, Portland, Oregon. 18 Jun 1922   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.4.21 Pictured with two unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photographs featuring Alice Robertson with adults and one child, taken during their visit to the grave of Ann Orr Worcester, second wife of Samuel Austin Worcester and Daughter of the American Revolution. 

 1931.001.4.1.5.1 Pictured with 3 unidentified women and one child.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.2 Pictured leaning on the headstone.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.3 Posed beside the flag-draped headstone with an unidentified child.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.4 Pictured amongst a large group of adult men and women gathered around the headstone.   1.0 Photograph

As United States Representative, Second District, Oklahoma 

 1931.001.4.1.5.5c1r-5c5v As United States Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, receiving congratulatory hand shakes from colleagues.   1.0 Photograph Autographed photo-postcard. Harris & Ewing (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.5.5c2r-5c2v As United States Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, receiving congratulatory hand shakes from colleagues.   1.0 Photograph Autographed photo-postcard. Harris & Ewing (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.5.5c3r-5c3v As United States Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, receiving congratulatory hand shakes from colleagues.   1.0 Photograph Harris & Ewing (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.5.5n As United States Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, receiving congratulatory hand shakes from colleagues.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.6 Receiving the gavel from the former Speaker of the House, Joseph G. Cannon. 1921   1.0 Photograph Autographed by Robertson and Cannon. Harris and Ewing (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.1.5.6n Receiving the gavel from the former Speaker of the House, Joseph G. Cannon.   1.0 Photograph

As a House Representative, Second District, Oklahoma. 

 1931.001.4.1.5.5 As a House Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, with gavel. Signed by Alice M. Robertson and J.G. [?].   1.0 Photograph Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.1.5.5n As a House Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, with gavel. Signed by Alice M. Robertson and J.G. [?].   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.6c1 As a House Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, shaking hands with unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.1.5.6c2 As a House Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, shaking hands with unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.1.5.6c3 As a House Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, shaking hands with unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.1.5.6n As a House Representative, Second District, Oklahoma, shaking hands with unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photographs featuring Alice Robertson with each of 4 men. 

 1931.001.4.1.5.7 Alice Robertson and Patrick Hurley.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.7n Alice Robertson and Patrick Hurley.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.8 Alice Robertson and unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.9 Alice Robertson with Patrick Hurley and 2 unidentified men.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.10 Patrick Hurley with unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.11 Studio portrait of Alice Robertson pictured with Simpson (Chickasaw District), Benji Coppock (Cherokee), J.D. Benedict (Superintendent), and Calvin Ballard (Choctaw).   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee, IT)

 1931.001.4.1.5.11n Studio portrait of Alice Robertson pictured with Simpson (Chickasaw District), Benji Coppock (Cherokee), J.D. Benedict (Superintendent), and Calvin Ballard (Choctaw).   1.0 Photograph

Miss Alice and her dog, Lady Jane. 

 1931.001.4.1.6.1c1r-1c1v Pictured with her dog, Lady Jane, seated with three reporters on the front steps of her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.1.6.1c2r-1c2v Pictured with her dog, Lady Jane, seated with three reporters on the front steps of her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.1.6.1n Pictured with her dog, Lady Jane, seated with three reporters on the front steps of her home at Sawokla. 

 1931.001.4.1.6.2c1r-2c1v Pictured with her dog, Lady Jane, seated on the front steps of her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.1.6.2c2r-2c2v Pictured with her dog, Lady Jane, seated on the front steps of her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.1.6.2c3r-2c3v Pictured with her dog, Lady Jane, seated on the front steps of her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.1.6.3 Studio portrait featuring Alice Robertson with an unidentified young woman.   1.0 Photograph (Washington, DC.)

 1931.001.4.1.6.4 Pictured in hat, coat, and fur cape, shaking hands with an unidentified woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.4n Pictured in hat, coat, and fur cape, shaking hands with an unidentified woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.5 As an elderly woman with a cane, pictured with a group of men and women at Elmira, NY.   1.0 Photograph

As guest speaker at the 1922 alumni dinner at Elmira College, Elmira, NY. 

 1931.001.4.1.6.6c1 As guest speaker at the 1922 alumni dinner at Elmira College, Elmira, NY.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.6c2 As guest speaker at the 1922 alumni dinner at Elmira College, Elmira, NY   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.6n As guest speaker at the 1922 alumni dinner at Elmira College, Elmira, NY 

 1931.001.4.1.6.7c1 As guest speaker at the 1922 alumni dinner at Elmira College, Elmira, NY, pictured with 2 unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.7c2 As guest speaker at the 1922 alumni dinner at Elmira College, Elmira, NY, pictured with 2 unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.8 Alice Robertson, Grace Robertson, and fellow female teachers and young female students.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.9c1 Pictured with a large group of men and women, and two small children, pictured on the porch of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.9c2 Pictured with a large group of men and women, and two small children, pictured on the porch of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.6.10 At the site of a train wreck.   1.0 Photograph Ralated to 1931.001.4.3.6-11.

 1931.001.4.1.6.11 At the site of a train wreck.   1.0 Photograph Related to 1931.001.4.1.3.6-11.

 1931.001.4.1.7.1 Featured as honored guest, appearing with a large group of men and women at an unidentified ceremonial function.   1.0 Photograph Photograph compliments of Horace E. Thomas, City Editor, Portland Oregonian.

 1931.001.4.1.7.1n Featured as honored guest, appearing with a large group of men and women at an unidentified ceremonial function.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.7.2 Pictured with a group of men and women. Inscription on verso reads: "Creek Nation [---] Normal [---]. 1904." Circa 1904   1.0 Photograph Holtwick Studio Ideal (IT).

 1931.001.4.1.7.3 Pictured with a large group of men and women, and a child on a pony, posed on the porch and in the yard at her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.7.3n Pictured with a large group of men and women, and a child on a pony, posed on the porch and in the yard at her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.1 View of the front of city residence of Alice Robertson prior to the construction of her home at Sawokla.   1.0 Photograph Photo by Williams.

Series of related photographs featuring the Robertson Photography Studio (Muskogee, IT) and samples of its photographic work. 

 1931.001.4.1.8.2 Interior view of the studio.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.3 Interior view of the studio.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.3n Interior view of the studio.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.4 Interior view of the studio.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.5c1 Still life.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.5c2 Still life.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.6 Grouping of portrait samples.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.7 Character study of Creek negro boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.7c2pr Character study of Creek negro boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.8.7n Character study of Creek negro boy.   1.0 Photograph Photo-negative strip.

Others 

 1931.001.4.2.1.1r-1v Adams, Mrs. Araminta Platt. Grandmother to the Sansons [?] of Muskogee. Age 79. May 1890   1.0 Photograph Lloyd Photographer (Round Lake, NY).

 1931.001.4.2.1.2 Agency Colored School and Baptist Church.   1.0 Photograph

American Horse.   See Spotted Tail.

Anna Laura. Daughter of Shooting Cat.   See Cheyenne, Lucy; Grace.

 1931.001.4.2.1.3-3pf Archie. Studio portrait of a young man in uniform.   1.0 Photograph Moffett Studio (Chicago, IL).

Babb, Miss.   See Robe School.

 1931.001.4.2.1.4 Bacone, Almon C. Predident and founder of Baptist Indian University.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee. IT). See also Baptist Indian University.

Baldwin, Miss.   See Tullahassee Mission School.

 1931.001.4.2.1.5 Baptist Indian University. Group photo featuring President Bacone, students and faculty. 1889   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.2.1.6 Beedy, Carroll L. United States Congressman, 1st District, Maine.   1.0 Photograph Inscribed "With every good wish to my most estimable friend and colleague". Signed.

Benge, George.   See Cherokee Commission.

 1931.001.4.2.1.7 Benge siblings. Five children (Amy, Emma, John, Martin, and May) ranging in age from 3 years to 14 years of age.   1.0 Photograph Cook Photographer (Fort Smith, AR)

 1931.001.4.2.1.8 Bennett, Anna Lee. As a toddler.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT). See also Bennet, Lonie Stidgam.

 1931.001.4.2.1.9r-9v Bennett, Gertrude. As a young girl, pictured with her sister, Lonie.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT). See also Bennett, Lonie Stidgam.

Bennett, Lonie.   See Bennett, Gertrude; Bennett, Lonie Stidgam.

Bennett, Lonie Stidgam. 

 1931.001.4.2.1.10 Bennett, Lonie Stidgam. First wife of Leonard E. Bennett, pictured with her daughters Lonie and Gertrude.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.1.11r-11v Bennett, Lonie Stidgam. Pictured with an unidentified female toddler, possibly Anna Lee Bennett [?].   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

 1931.001.4.2.1.12 Bennett, Lonie Stidgam. Pictured with an unidentified female child, possibly Anna Lee Bennett [?].   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

Big Horse.   See Spotted Tail.

 1931.001.4.2.1.1.13 Blue Creek. Exterior view of the schoolhouse and its students.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.1 Bond's School. Located five miles south of Checotah. Exterior view of the school, its teacher and students.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.2 Bond's School. Located five miles south of Checotah. Exterior view of the school.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.3r-3v Bonnell, Albert E. (Doctor of Dentistry). Established the first dental office in Muskogee in 1888 and continued his practice until his death in 1936. His son is a dentist in Muskogee. Members of the First Methodist Church.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.2.4 Bothwell, Leonora Porter. Outdoor snapshot featuring Leonora and her daughter, Leonora.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.5 Brady, William Campbell. Age nine months. Sept 1909   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.6r-6v Brainerd. Outdoor scene featuring members of Pilgrim Church lunching beneath the oaks. Said to be the site where Cherokee Indian Church services were held in the summertime. 11Jun 1922   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.7r-7v Brainerd Farm. Exterior view of the residence.   1.0 Photograph Cyanotype postcard.

 1931.001.4.2.2.8 Brainerd Mission Station. Location of the American Board in 1821.   1.0 Item Artist's engraving.

 1931.001.4.2.2.9r-9v Breedlove, Mrs. Sister to Mrs. Narcissa Owen.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT)

 1931.001.4.2.2.10r-10v Brewer, Mrs. Theo F.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT)

 1931.001.4.2.2.11r-11v Brown siblings. Four children (James, Martha, Ruth and Solomon)of Seminole Principal Chief John F. Brown and wife Sarah Cullie Brown of Sasakwa, Oklahoma.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

Brown, Miss.   See Tullahassee Mission School.

Bruce, Robert H.   See Capron, Allyn K.

 1931.001.4.2.2.12r-12v Brunner, Richard. Student of Asbury Creek Mission and Wooster University.   1.0 Photograph Harry's Art Gallery (Wooster, OH). See also McKellop, Albert M.

 1931.001.4.2.2.13 Brush Hill School. Exterior view of the schoolhouse.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.14 Bryn Mawr College. Exterior view of Denby Hall.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.2.15r-15v Bushyhead, Frances. Studio portrait of the daughter of Chief Dennis Bushyhead, Cherokee Nation. Married James Gibson of St. Louis, MO. James Gibson was a brother of Nate Gibson, prominent attorney at Tulsa and Tom Gibson, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma, residence at Muskogee, OK.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.3.1r-1v Caffey, Colonel L.N. Pictured on horseback, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. 18 Jul 1927   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard.

 1931.001.4.2.3.2 Callahan, S.B.   1.0 Photograph C.M. Bell (Washington, DC)

 1931.001.4.2.3.3r-3v Capron, Captain Allyn K. Member of the Rough Riders, Troop 6 (killed at Santiago, Cuba), pictured with Captain Robert H. Bruce, Rough Riders, Troop M. Tampa, FL. Photograph was presented to James M. Taylor, Jr. 4 Jul, 1898.   1.0 Photograph Ensminger Bros. (Sanford, FL).

 1931..001.4.2.3.4r-4v Captain. Snapshot of Alice Robertson's dog tethered to the porch of an unidentified residence.   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard. See also Series 6: Oversize for newspaper articles about his disappearance and death.

 1931.001.4.2.3.5 Card, Thomas B. Pictured in uniform.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.3.6r-6v Cary, Helen. Studio portrait of an Apache girl.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.2.3.7r-7v Cary, Helen. Studio portrait featuring Helen Cary with unidentified female adult and three unidentified girls.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA)

 1931.001.4.2.3.8 Chamberlin family. Snapshot of a group picnic with the Robertsons at Hall's Pond.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.3.9 Checote, Sam. Studio portrait featruing Sam Checote and his two sons. Principal Chief of the Creek Nation in 1882 and one time President of the Board of Trustees of the Harrell Internation Institute. The town of Checotah, Oklahoma was named in his memory.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.3..10 Cherokee Capital. Exterior view of the capital building located at Tahlequah.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.3.11 Cherokee Commission. Studio portrait of commissionn members. Pictured front row seated: Henry Lowery [?], Bruce Ross, Percy Wiley, Soggy Sanders, and John E. Gunter; pictured standing: William F. Thompson, W.W. Hastings, and George W. Benge.   1.0 Photograph

Cherokee Female Seminary. 

 1931.001.4.2.3.11 Exterior view of the seminary buildings and surrounding grounds located at Tahlequah. 

 1931.001.4.2.3.11n Exterior view of the seminary buildings and surrounding grounds located at Tahlequah.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.3.13 Scene from the dedication ceremony featuring a number of attendees watching from the balcony. 7 May 1889   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.4.1 Cherokee Insane Asylum. Exterior view of the asylum and grounds.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.2 Cherokee Male Seminary. Outdoor photo featuring a group of young men and boys. 1889   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.3 Cherokee National Council. Outdoor photo featuring Lower House members. 1889   1.0 Photograph

Cherokee payment.   See Fort Gibson.

 1931.001.4.2.4.4 Cherokee Senate. Outdoor photo of senate members. 1889   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.5r-5v Cheyenne, Lucy. Studio portrait featuring Lucy Cheyenne, Justine La Framboise, Nancy Renville, and Anna Laura.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.2.4.6r-6v Cheyenne, Lucy. Studio portrait featuring Lucy Cheyenne with Leah (Arapahoe), Fanny, Mabel, and Laura (Kiowa).   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

Clark, D.L.   See Clark, Maggie.

 1931.001.4.2.4.7r-7v Clark, Maggie. Studio portrait featuring Maggie Clark, age 7 years, and D. L., a sibling, age 6 months.   1.0 Photograph W.W. Morgan (Racine, WS).

 1931.001.4.2.4.8 Coal Creek [school]. Exterior view of school front and a young student.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.9r-9n Colorado, Manitou. Located at the foot of Pike's Peak.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard.

 1931.001.4.2.4.10r-10v Converse, Georgia.   1.0 Photograph J.E. Larkin (Elmira, NY).

 1931.001.4.2.4.11r-11v Cook. Studio portrait of a Sioux man pictured with his daughter, Grace [?]. Rosebud Agency.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.2.4.12 Coweta School. Students, faculty members, and a dog posed in front of the school house. 1903   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.12n Coweta School. Students, faculty members, and a dog posed in front of the school house.   1.0 Photograph

Crabtree, Elizabeth (Betti). 

 1931.001.4.2.4.13c1 Crabtree, Elizabeth (Betti).   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT). See also Crabtree, Harriett.

 1931.001.4.2.4.13c2pr Crabtree, Elizabeth (Betti).   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT). See also Crabtree, Harriett.

Crabtree, Harriet. 

 1931.001.4.2.4.14c1 Also known as Mrs. Billy Mead; formerly as Mrs. [Shontz].   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT). See also Crabtree, Elizabeth (Betti).

 1931.001.4.2.4.14c2 Also known as Mrs. Billy Mead; formerly as Mrs. [Shontz].   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT). See also Crabtree, Elizabeth (Betti).

 1931.001.4.2.4.14c3 Also known as Mrs. Billy Mead; formerly as Mrs. [Shontz].   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT). See also Crabtree, Elizabeth (Betti).

 1931.001.4.2.4.14c4pr Also known as Mrs. Billy Mead; formerly as Mrs. [Shontz].   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.15rc1-15vc1 Craig, Alice Galloway. Studio portrait of the Infant daughter of John Craig and Ann Augusta Robertson Craig of the Tullahassee Mission.   1.0 Photograph J. Brasel Photographer (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.4.15c2pr Craig, Alice Galloway. Studio portrait of the Infant daughter of John Craig and Ann Augusta Robertson Craig of the Tullahassee Mission.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.16 Creek Council House. Exterior view of council house in Okmulgee.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.17 Creek Council House. Exterior view of the east end.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.18 Creek Freedmen School. Exterior view of the school house and 3 of its students. Located near Catoosa.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.4.19 Creek Orphan's Home. Studio portrait of a group of young girls and a female adult. 1903   1.0 Photograph Wenkle (Okmulgee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.4.20 Cusseta School. Exterior view of the school house.   1.0 Photograph

d'Albenas family. 

 1931.001.4.2.5.1 d'Albenas, Dwight Mason. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Desiré d'Albenas. Pictured with his eldest brother, Prosper Louis.   1.0 Photograph Such & Co. (Montreal, Canada).

 1931.001.4.2.5.2 d'Albenas, Dwight Mason. Pictured with his younger brother, Paul Desire, and eldest brother, Prosper Louis.   1.0 Photograph H. Dagenars Photographer (Montreal, Canada).

 1931.001.4.2.5.3 d'Albenas, Edmond Desire and family. Studio portrait featuring Edmond Desire, his wife, Laura Hills Hitchcock, and their three sons, Dwight Mason, Paul Desire, and Prosper Louis.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.1.5.4 d'Albenas, Laura Hills Hitchcock. Wife of Edmond Desire d'Albenas.S   1.0 Photograph McLeod & Combs Photographers (Kansas City). See also d'Albenas, Edmond Desire.

 1931.001.4.2.5.5. d'Albenas, Paul Desire. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Desire d'Albenas. Pictured at age 5 1/2 months.   1.0 Photograph Such & Co. (Montreal, Canada)

 1931.001.4.2.5.6 d'Albenas Prosper Louis. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Desire d'Albenas. Pictured as an infant. 1 photograph. (See also Series 4: Photographs: d'Albenas, Dwight Mason; d'Albenas, Edmond Desire)   1.0 Photograph McLeod & Combs Photographers (Kansas City). See also d'Albenas, Dwight Mason; d'Albenas, Edmond Desire.

 1931.001.4.2.5.7 d'Albenas. Snapshot of an unidentified residence. 1902   1.0 Photograph Photo taken by Dwight Mason.

 1931.001.4.2.5.8 Darlington Mission. Mission students and faculty pictured on the porch and balcony of the school. 1890   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.9r-9v Davis, Mrs. A.S. Studio portrait. Father's mother, almost full blood Creek Indian.   1.0 Photograph J. Brasel (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.5.10 Davis, Mrs. A.S.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.5.11 Dawes, Anna. Involved with the Dawes Commission at the time of its inception.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.5.11c2pr Dawes, Anna. Involved with the Dawes Commission at the time of its inception.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.11n Dawes, Anna. Involved with the Dawes Commission at the time of its inception.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.12c1 Dawes, Henry L.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.5.12c2pr Dawes, Henry L.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.12c3pr Dawes, Henry L.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.12n Dawes, Henry L. 

 1931.001.4.2.5.13c1 Dawes Commision. Group photo of commission members at the time of the signing of the Cherokee Treaty.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. Photographers (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.5.13c2pr Dawes Commision. Group photo of commission members at the time of the signing of the Cherokee Treaty.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.13n Dawes Commision. Group photo of commission members at the time of the signing of the Cherokee Treaty.   1.0 Photograph

Deere, Thomas.   See Robe School.

 1931.001.4.2.5.14c1 Deming, Raymond Wilson. Son of Edwin Deming, pictured as an infant.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.2.5.14c2pr Deming, Raymond Wilson. Son of Edwin Deming, pictured as an infant.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.15 Downing, Isabelle. Portrait of a young Tulsa woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.16 Dwight Mission. Post-Civil War view of the exterior of the mission and its residents.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.2.5.17 Dwight Mission. Exterior view of the mission complex.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.1c1 Eddelman, Ora V. Journalist. Married Charles L. Reed. Pictured with Gertrude Rogers.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. Photographers (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.1.1c2pr Eddelman, Ora V. Journalist. Married Charles L. Reed. Pictured with Gertrude Rogers.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.2r-2v [Edmondsport], Henry.   1.0 Photograph Stoddard Photographer (Ansonia, CT).

Eli.   See McKellop, Albert M.

Eufala, IT 

 1931.001.4.3.1.3 Eufala, IT. Street scene. Features the businesses of Patterson & Foley, and C.C. Moore, Druggist. 1890   J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.3.1.3n Eufala, IT. Street scene. Features the businesses of Patterson & Foley, and C.C. Moore, Druggist. 1890 

 1931.001.4.3.1.4 Eufala, IT. View of the Creek burial grounds west of town. 1896   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.4n Eufala, IT. View of the Creek burial grounds west of tow 1896   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.5r-5v Ewing, Peter. Creek man. 1889   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.3.1.6r-6v Fairchild, Lucius. Chairman of the Cherokee Outlet Commission 1889-1890 for which Alice Robertson was stenographer. Pictured with his two daughters.   1.0 Photograph P.F. Leonard (Racine, WS).

Fanny.   See Cheyenne, Lucy.

 1931.001.4.3.1.7c1 Fears, Edna Carter. Wife of Walter Fears.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.1.7c2pr Fears, Edna Carter. Wife of Walter Fears.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.8c1r-8c1v Fears, Ruby. Graduate of Harrell International Institute, class of 1892. Married George R. Cullen. Pictured with other members of her graduating class: Mattie Murphy, Hattie Simpson, Mamie Gore, and Pat Trent.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.3.1.8c2pr Fears, Ruby. Graduate of Harrell International Institute, class of 1892. Married George R. Cullen. Pictured with other members of her graduating class: Mattie Murphy, Hattie Simpson, Mamie Gore, and Pat Trent.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.9 Felix. Creek orphan boy raised and educated by the Robertsons.   1.0 Photograph

Fife, Dorry [?].   See Perryman, Thomas W.

 1931.001.4.3.10r-10v Ford, Darius R. Cousin of Sarah Ford Crosby. Studio portrait, side view.   1.0 Photograph Tomlinson (Elmira, NY).

 1931.001.4.3.1.11r-11v Ford, Darius R. Cousin of Sarah Ford Crosby. Studio portrait, full view.   1.0 Photograph J.E. Larkin (Elmira, NY).

Fort Gibson 

 1931.001.4.3.1.12 View of Old Post Chapel built by Colonel Belknap.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.13 View looking southwest from Garrison Hill.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.13n View looking southwest from Garrison Hill. 

 1931.001.4.3.1.14 Scene of a barbeque held during the days of the Cherokee payment. 1894   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

 1931.001.4.3.1.15 Scene during the Cherokee Payment. 1894   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

 1931.001.4.3.1.16 Scene during the Cherokee Payment. 1894   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.17r-17v Frank.   1.0 Photograph H. Rocher (Chicago, IL).

 1931.001.4.3.1.18 Freedman School. Exterior view of the school house near Tullahassee.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.1.18n Freedman School. Exterior view of the school house near Tullahassee.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.1r-1v Gibson Station. M.K. & T. Railroad depot. Beginning Sept 12, 1871 it was the end of the road for five months. The first permanent depot to be established in Oklahoma, which was built in 1872. Capt. Geo. Shannon standing in front in picture, is one of the first settlers to see this road when it was put through. Russell McGee, the present agent, in background. July 1920   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.2r-2v Gilmanton Academy. View of Prospect Hall, Gilmanton, NH.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard. Lodge & Co. (Gilmanton, NH).

 1931.001.4.3.2.3r-3v Gordon, Aunt Sarah.   1.0 Photograph Morgan's (Racine, WS).

 1931.001.4.3.2.4r-4v Gordon, William A. Medical doctor, pictured at age 38.   1.0 Photograph W.F. Webster (Oshcosh, WS).

Gore, Mamie.   See Fears, Ruby.

 1931.001.4.3.2.5r-5v Grace. Daughter of Cook (Rosebud Agency). Pictured with Ruth, Hattie, Anna Laura and Stella.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA). See also Cook

 1931.001.4.3.2.6 Grave Creek School and Church. View of the exterior of the school.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.7 Grave Creek Baptist School and Church. Group of students pictured outside the school.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.8 Grayson, Capt. George W. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.2.9 Grayson, Capt. George W. Studio portrait of George Grayson with a group of unidentified men, one of whom being Ispahekchar.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.10r-10v Grayson, Mrs. George W. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Parsons, KS).

 1931.001.4.3.2.11 Green, Joan. Daughter of Lulu Green, pictured playing with chickens in the yard. Removed from a Christmas card.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.12r-12v Greenwood, Alice Robertson. Features Alice and her brother and sister. Handwritten note reads "Dear Grandmother I send you my picture. My sister and brother. I am your little girl..."   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard.

 1931.001.4.3.2.13 Griffith, Mary Alice. Pictured as an infant. Born Dec 16, 1908.   1.0 Photograph William Greene (Muskogee, IT).

Gunter, John E.   See Cherokee Commission.

Hamilton, Susan C. Thompson. 

 1931.9001.4.3.2.14c1 Hamilton, Susan C. Thompson. Daughter of Joseph F. Thompson, Tullahassee minister. Wife of Robert Willis Hamilton.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.2.14c2pr Hamilton, Susan C. Thompson. Daughter of Joseph F. Thompson, Tullahassee minister. Wife of Robert Willis Hamilton.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.14c3pr Hamilton, Susan C. Thompson. Daughter of Joseph F. Thompson, Tullahassee minister. Wife of Robert Willis Hamilton.   1.0 Photograph

Hampton, Susan. 

 1931.001.4.3.2.15r-15v Hampton, Susan. Creek woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.3.2.15n Hampton, Susan. Creek woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.16 Hampton, Susan. Creek woman. Studio portrait of her as Mrs. Tiger with her toddler, Mary Alice.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.17c1r-17c1v Hampton, Susan. Creek woman. Studio portrait of Susan Hampton pictured with 2 unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.2.17c2r-17c2v Hampton, Susan. Creek woman. Studio portrait of Susan Hampton pictured with 2 unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3..2.17c3pr Hampton, Susan. Creek woman. Studio portrait of Susan Hampton pictured with 2 unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.17c4pr Hampton, Susan. Creek woman. Studio portrait of Susan Hampton pictured with 2 unidentified women.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.18r-18v Hardage, Eli. Tullahassee student who later attended Wooster University in Ohio. 1879   1.0 Photograph Harry's Art Gallery (Wooster, OH).

 1931.001.4.3.2.19r-19v Harding, Warren G. and Mrs. Pictured with private secretary and secret service agent.   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard.

Harrell International Institute. 

 1931.001.4.3.2.20 View of the exterior of the institute and its out building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.20n View of the exterior of the institute and its out building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.21 Interior view of an art exhibit in an institute classroom. 1889   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.2.22 Portrait of a large group of music students J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT). May 1889   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.3.1 Harrison, Francis Pierpont. As a young girl. Pictured with her sister, Mary Genevieve.   1.0 Photograph Waid (Clarksburg, WV).

 1931.001.4.3.3.2c1 Harrison family. Pictured in 2 buggies. Featured are Jesse Irwin, Francis Pierpont, Sally, Ellen M., Samuel Robertson, and Thomas Willoughby, Jr., Anna P. Siouter and Frances Siouter. Jun 1899   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.3.2c2 Harrison family. Pictured in 2 buggies. Featured are Jesse Irwin, Francis Pierpont, Sally, Ellen M., Samuel Robertson, and Thomas Willoughby, Jr., Anna P. Siouter and Frances Siouter.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.3.3c1 Harrison, Jere Fairchild. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mace Harrison. Pictured as a young boy.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.3.3c2pr Harrison, Jere Fairchild. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mace Harrison. Pictured as a young boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.3.4 Harrison, Jesse Irwin. Pictured as a toddler.   1.0 Photograph Wilson (Clarksburg, WV)

 1931.001.4.3.3.5 Harrison, Jesse Irwin. Pictured as a toddler, held by an unidentified woman.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT). See also Harrison family.

Harrison, Mary Genevieve.   See Harrison, Francis Pierpont.

 1931.001.4.3.3.6r-6v Haskell, Oklahoma. View of Main Street.   1.0 Photograph Handwritten note on verso of postcard from "A" to Alice Robertson.

Hastings, W.W.   See Cherokee Commission.

 1931.001.4.3.7r-7v Hattie. Studio portrait of a young woman. 1874   1.0 Photograph Julius Ulke (Washington, DC).

Hattie. Daughter of Long Wolf.   See Grace.

 1931.001.4.3.3.8r-8v Hawley, Harriet Ward Foote. Age 45 years Circa 1875-1876   1.0 Photograph F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia, PA).

Hill, George W. [?]   See Perryman, J.M.

 1931.001.4.3.3.9 Hill, R. W. Synodical superintendent of the Presbyterian Church. Prominent in politics and fraternal circles at Guthrie in early days. 1888   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.3.3.10c1 Hillaber Baptist Church. Exterior view of the church, school and kitchen.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.3.10c2 Hillaber Baptist Church. Exterior view of the church, school and kitchen.   1.0 Photograph

Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight. 

 1931.001.4.3.4.1 Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight. Medical doctor, pictured as a middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.2 Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight. Grave marker for Daniel Dwight Hitchcock and wife Hanah Worcester Hicks.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.3 Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight. Grave marker for Daniel Dwight Hitchcock and wife Hanah Worcester Hicks.   1.0 Photograph

Hitchcock, Hannah Worcester Hicks. 

 1931.001.4.3.4.4c1r-4c1v Studio portrait of the second wife of Daniel Dwight Hitchcock. Daughter of Samuel A. Worcester.   1.0 Photograph Sipple (Parsons, KS). See also Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight; Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester.

 1931.001.4.3.4.4c2 Studio portrait of the second wife of Daniel Dwight Hitchcock. Daughter of Samuel A. Worcester.   1.0 Photograph Sipple (Parsons, KS). VERY FRAGILE.

 1931.001.4.3.4.5c1 View of her home at Fort Gibson. Circa 1918   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.5c2pr View of her home at Fort Gibson. Circa 1918   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.6c1 Another view of her home at Fort Gibson. Circa 1918   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.6c2pr Another view of her home at Fort Gibson. Circa 1918   1.0 Photograph

Hitchcock, Laura Hills.   See d'Albenas, Edmond Desire; d'Albenas, Laura Hills Hitchcock.

Hodge, David.   See Perryman, Thomas W.

 1931.001.4.3.4.7 Holderman, Bert. Cherokee Rough Rider. 1898   1.0 Photograph Orlo (New York, NY).

 1931.001.4.3.4.8 Hopson, Aunt Clara. Pictured seated in a horse-drawn buggy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.9r-9v House, Samuel R. Cousin to Alice Robertson.   1.0 Photograph E.S. Sterry (Lansingburgh, NY). Inscribed to William S. Robertson "With affectionate regards of his cousin."

Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, PA. 

 1931.001.4.3.4.10r-10v Group of Sioux girls upon their arrival. 5 Oct 1879   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.3.4.11r-11v Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe children upon their arrival   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.3.4.12 Unidentified group of Native American men, women and children upon their arrival.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.13r-13v Creek boys from Tullahassee, pictured in uniform   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.3.4.14r-14v Members of the Carlisle school brass band   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.3.4.15c1r-15c1v Training school dining hall   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.3.4.15c2r-15c2v Training school dining hall   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.16r-16v Young men in training   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.3.4.17 Activities on the grounds before school.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.4.18 Activities on the grounds after school.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.5.1 Views of the grounds, boys quarters, and girls quarters   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.5.2r-2v Views of the grounds, boys quarters, and girls quarters   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.5.3r-3v Views of the grounds, boys quarters, and girls quarters   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.5.4c1 Native American boys, from 16 different tribes, pictured in front of and on the balcony of the boy's quarter's Circa 1880   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.5.4c2r-4c2v Native American boys, from 16 different tribes, pictured in front of and on the balcony of the boy's quarter's   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.5.5c1 Native American girls, from 10 differenct tribes, pictured on the grounds in front of the girl's quarters Circa 1880   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.3.5.5c2r-5c2v Native American girls, from 10 differenct tribes, pictured on the grounds in front of the girl's quarters Circa 1880   1.0 Photograph

Exterior views of the school   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.4.1.1 Exterior views of the school. 

 1931.001.4.4.1.2 Exterior views of the school   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.1.3 Exterior views of the school   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.1.4 Exterior views of the school   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.1.5 Exterior views of the school   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.1.6 Group photo of the student body   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.4.2.1 Irene 3 Jun3 1881   1.0 Photograph As an infant.

Iron Wing   See Spotted Tail

 1931.001.4.4.2.2 Jean 3 Jun3 1881   1.0 Photograph As an infant. Inscribed: "To my dear unknown Auntie from Baby Jean".

 1931.001.4.4.2.3 Jean   1.0 Photograph As a 2 1/2 year old. Inscribed : "To my famous Auntie from Baby Jean".

 1931.001.4.4.2.4r-4v Jones, Ada Archer   1.0 Photograph J. Brasel (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.4.2.5r-5v Jumper, Winnie. Portrait of a Seminole woman; daughter of Colonel John Jumper.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Parsons, KS).

 1931.001.4.4.2.6 Juneau Presbyterian Mission. Students of the mission school.   1.0 Photograph Landerkin & Winter (Juneau, AK).

 1931.001.4.4.2.7 Kidd, Meredith. As a middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.4.2.8 Knight, T. Snapshot of the Knight residence in Johnsbury, VT.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.2.9 Knox, John Reily. Studio portrait of the principal founder of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.   1.0 Photograph

La Framboise, Justine   See Cheyenne, Lucy.

Laughlin, Cora   See Robe School.

Laura   See Cheyenne, Lucy.

Laura, Anna   See Cheyenne, Lucy.

Leah   See Cheyenne, Lucy.

 1931.001.4.4.3.1 Leard, Norman. Henry Kendall College student.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.3.2 Leard, Norman. Studio poratrait of the Henry Kendall College student.   1.0 Photograph

Left Hand   See Spotted Tail.

Lefton, James C. [?]   See Perryman, Thomas W.

Little Raven   See Spotted Tail.

Little River Baptist School 

 1931.001.4.4.3.3 Group of young students pictured at the school's front door.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.3.4 Group of older students pictured outside the school house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.3.5 Close up of some of the younger students.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.3.6 View of the exterior of the school house structure.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.3.7 Locke, Mrs. M.E.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.4.3.8 Locust Grove. View of an excursion buggy and team of horses.   1.0 Photograph

Lowery [?], Henry   See Cherokee Commission).

Mabel   See Cheyenne, Lucy.

Mad Wolf   See Spotted Tail.

Man on the Cloud   See Spotted Tail.

 1931.001.4.4.4.1r-1v McKellop, Albert M. Pictured with W.A. Sapulpa, Eli [?], and Richard Brunner.   1.0 Photograph Harry's Gallery (Wooster, OH).

 1931.001.4.4.4.2 McKellop, A.P. Pictured with his wife, Susie.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.4.4.3 McKennon, Archibald S.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.4.4.4 Meagher, Sara. Married Robert D. Blackstone, Dec 1902.   1.0 Photograph

Merriman, Faith 

 1931.001.4.4.4.5c1r-5c1v As a young child. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Payson Merriman, granddaughter of William Shenck and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

 1931.001.4.4.4.5c2pr As a young child   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.4.6c1r-6c1v As a young child.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

 1931.001.4.4.4.6c2r-6c2v As a young child.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

 1931.001.4.4.4.7c1 As a pre-adolescent.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.4.7c2pr As a pre-adolescent   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.4.8 As a pre-adolescent, holding a kitten   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.4.9c1 Pictured with her sister, Mary Augusta   1.0 Photograph Scott (Chicago, IL).

 1931.001.4.4.4.9c2pr Pictured with her sister, Mary Augusta.   1.0 Photograph

 1991.001.4.4.5.1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Finley (Chicago, IL).

 1931.001.4.4.5.2c1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Carpenter, photographer.

 1931.001.4.4.5.2c2pr As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.5.2c3pr As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Carpenter, photographer.

 1931.001.4.4.5.3 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Carpenter, photographer.

 1931.001.4.4.5.4c1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Carpenter, photographer.

 1931.001.4.4.5.4c2 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Carpenter, photographer.

 1931.001.4.4.5.4c3pr As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.5.5 As a youn woman, pictured with her sister, Mary Augusta.   1.0 Photograph Finley, photographer.

 1931.001.4.4.5.6c1 Pictured with her husband, James S. Daltry.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.5.6c2pr Pictured with her husband, James S. Daltry   1.0 Photograph

Merriman, Mary Augusta. 

 1931.001.4.4.5.7 As an infant.   1.0 Photograph Scott (Chicago, IL). See also Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester.

 1931.001.4.4.5.8 As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.4.6.1c1 As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1900.001.4.4.6.1c2pr As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.6.1gn-1pf As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph Glass negative.

 1931.001.4.4.6.2 As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.4.6.2gn As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph Glass negative.

 1931.001.4.4.7.1c1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Finley Photographer (Chicago, IL).

 1931.001.4.4.7.1c2 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.7.1c3pr As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.7.2 Studio portrait of Mary as Mrs. Thompson, pictured with children Jimmie and Bettie   1.0 Photograph N.H. Reed (Santa Barbara, CA).

 1931.001.4.4.7.3 Studio portrait of Mary as Mrs. Thompson, pictured with her infant son, Roderick.   1.0 Photograph Dedker Bros. (Santa Barbara, CA). Inscribed: "With loving Christmas greetings from Baby Roderick."

 1931.001.4.4.7.4 Studio portrait of Mary as Mrs. Thompson, pictured with her children Jimmie, Bettie, and baby Roderick.   1.0 Photograph Brock-Higgins (Santa Barbara, CA).

 1931.001.4.4.7.5 Studio portrait of Mary as Mrs. Thompson, pictured with her children Jimmie, Bettie, and baby Roderick.   1.0 Photograph Brock-Higgins (Santa Barbara, CA).

Series of snapshots of a family outing at the beach 

 1931.001.4.4.8.1 Mrs. Thompson and children.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.2c1 Jimmie.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.2c2 Jimmie.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.3 Bettie.   1.0 Photograph "Jumping for joy".

 1931.001.4.4.8.4c1 Bettie and Jimmie.   1.0 Photograph "Good, isn't it."

 1931.001.4.4.8.4c2 Bettie and Jimmie.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.5 Jim and Betty.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.6 Betty's new boat.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.7 Pictured left to right: a friend, Jim, Jean, Betty, cousin Dicky.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.8 Jimmy and Betty pictured with unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.9 Jimmy and Betty pictured with unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.10 Edith with Dick and Irene.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.11 Baby Grace, aged 39 months.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.12 Baby Grace with baby buggy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.13 Doris and our 3 girls.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.14 Snapshot of "our back yard garden since we fixed it up."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.8.15 Snapshot "showing our new neighbors' house..."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.1r-1v Modoc Indians. Group photograph featuring principal warriors and women including Mr. Squier, Hooka Jim and wife, Shacknasty Jim, Scar-Faced Charley with wife and child, Captain Wilkinson, Bogus Charley with wife and child, Faithful William, Long Jim, Agent Jones, Princess Mary (Captain Jack's sister), Lizzie (Captain Jack's favorite wife), Little George and his mother, Amelia and child, and Lucy and child.   1.0 Photograph McCarty (Baxter Springs, KS).

Monahwee, Ella Lou. 

 1931.001.4.5.1.2c1 As a young girl pictured with an unidentified girl.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.5.1.2c2pr Monahwee, Ella Lou.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.3 Pictured as a Princess.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.5.1.4 Moore [?], Headright R. As a young man. 1902   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.5c1r-5c1v Moore, John. Muskogee or Creek man; Speaker of the House, National Treasurer, delegate to Washington, and trustee of the Tullahassee School.   1.0 Photograph Reichman & Siebert Photographers (Washington, DC).

 1931.001.4.5.1.5c2r-5c2v Moore, John.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.6r-6v Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte. Supreme Court judge. Second husband of Ann Augusta Robertson.   1.0 Photograph

Moore, Wright R.   See Moore [?], Headright R.

Mossman, Mrs.   See Alice Robertson pictured with others.

Murphy, Mattie.   See Fears, Ruby.

Muskogee, IT. 

 1931.001.4.5.1.7 Street scene. 24 Oct 1890   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.1.7n Street scene.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.8 Federal Court House.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.1.9 Northwesterly view of the town from Agency Hill.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

Nuyaka Mission School. 

 1931.001.4.5.1.10c1 Student body and faculty, including Susan Hamilton.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.1.10c2 Student body and faculty, including Susan Hamilton.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.11pr Six unidentifed female students and an infant.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.12pr Student body pictured on the porch of Superintendent John Robe's home. 1911   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.13c1 Color snapshot of the mission. 1971   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.13c2 Color snapshot of the mission. 1971   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.14 Color snapshot of hand-carved tombstones in the cemetery. 1971   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.1.15 Color snapshot of hand-carved tombstones in the cemetery.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.2.1 Okfuskee, IT. Cattle ranchers in the field with the herd.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.2.2 Okmulgee, IT. View of the main street. 1889 

 1931.001.4.5.2.3 Okmulgee School. Exterior view of the students and schoolhouse.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.2.3n Okmulgee School. Exterior view of the students and schoolhouse.   1.0 Photograph

Ouray.   See Spotted Tail.

 1931.001.4.5.2.4r-4v Owen, Narcissa. 1887   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT). See Breedlove, Mrs..

 1931.001.4.5.2.5r-5v Owen, Robert L. 1888   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.2.6 Owens, Thomas. Pictured with the future Judge Watts. circa 1890   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.5.2.7 Park Hill Mission. Site of the old mission. Circa 1890   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.2.7n Park Hill Mission. Site of the old mission.   1.0 Photograph

Parks, Miss.   See Robe School.

 1931.001.4.5.2.8 Paschal, Ridge. As a middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.3.1r-1v Perryman, Mrs. Studio portrait of the Creek woman.   1.0 Photograph Clinedinst (Washington D.C.).

Perryman, Joseph M. 

 1931.001.4.5.3.2 Studio portrait, pictured standing.   1.0 Photograph J. Brasel Photographer (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.5.3.3 Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.3.4c1r-4c1v Studio portrait of Perryman pictured with George W. Tiger and an unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.3.4c2pr Studio portrait of Perryman pictured with George W. Tiger and an unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.3.4n Studio portrait of Perryman pictured with George W. Tiger and an unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.3.5r-5v Perryman, Mrs. Joseph M.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.3.6 Perryman, Thomas W. Pictured with James C. Sefton, Dorsey Fife (licentiate—i.e., one licensed to preach but not yet installed as a pastor—taught in Greenleaf Creek Nation in 1873), War-ne-ha, and David M. Hodge (elder in the Broken Arrow School, b.1841, d.1920). 1884   1.0 Photograph Photo taken at Tahlequah.

 1931.001.4.5.3.7 Perryman, Thompson. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph C.M. Bell (Washington, D.C.)

Pierpont, Francis H. 

 1931.001.4.5.3.8c1r-8c1v Governor of West Virginia. Married to William Shenck Robertson's favorite sister.   1.0 Photograph Partridge Gallery (Wheeling, WV).

 1931.001.4.5.3.8c2r-8c2v Governor of West Virginia. Married to William Shenck Robertson's favorite sister.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.3.9 As an elderly man.   1.0 Photograph Inscription on verso reads, "Your Uncle Francis H. Pierpont at 84. His last photograph."Shafer Studio (Fairmont, WV).

 1931.001.4.5.4.1r-1v Pine, W.B. Political promotional portrait.   1.0 Photograph On verso: Signed by a number of individuals.

Poor Wolf.   See Spotted Tail.

Porter, Leonora Electra. 

 1931.001.4.5.4.2c1 As a young girl. Daughter of Creek Chief Pleasant Porter and Mattie Leonora Bertholf Porter.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.5.4.2c2pr As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.3 Pictured with her sister, Maymie Anetta.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.5.4.4r-4v Porter, Maymie Anetta. Daughter of Creek Chief Pleasant Porter and Mattie Leonora Bertholf Porter. Married Jay P. Farnsworth in First Presbyterian Church, Oct 5, 1905, Muskogee, OK.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Photographers (Muskogee, IT). See also Porter, Leonora Electra.

Porter, Pleasant. 

 1931.001.4.5.4.5 Portrait of the first chief of the Creek Nation.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.6r-6v Pictured in Knight Templar uniform.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.4.7 Pictured with Moty Tiger, second chief of the Creek Nation.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.8r-8v Porter II, Pleasant. Namesake of Chief Pleasant Porter, pictured wearing a military school uniform.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

 1931.001.4.5.4.9c1 Postoak, Lincoln.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.9c2 Postoak, Lincoln.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.10 Postoak, Taylor. Postoak, Taylor. Father of John Postoak. Came to Indian Territory with the Creeks emigrating from Alabama. Served with the Loyalists during the Civil War and helped to survey the boundaries of the Creek Nation; this according to Fannie B. Misch.   1.0 Photograph See also Sorethumb, Bessie.

 1931.001.4.5.4.11r-11v Pratt, Captain. Head of the Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, PA.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate Photographer (Carlisle, PA).

Presbyterian School for Girls. Muskogee, IT. 

 1931.001.4.5.4.12c1 Exterior veiw of the school complex including Minerva Hall, church, and Stoddard Hall. Muskogee, IT. 1888   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.12c2 Exterior veiw of the school complex including Minerva Hall, church, and Stoddard Hall. Muskogee, IT.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.13 Exterior veiw of the school complex featuring the church, Stoddard Hall, and Minerva home (built by Alice Robertson; money given by Geo. Robertson in memory of his deceased sister). Muskogee, IT. 1888   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.14r-14v Studio portrait of student body. Alice Robertson also pictured. c1887-1892   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.15r-15v Studio portrait of student body. Alice Robertson also pictured. Circa 1887   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.16 Studio portrait of student body. Circa 1892   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.17 Putnam, Elizabeth Lowell.   Inscribed to Alice Robertsona; "for dear Miss Robertson--with my love. Elizabeth Putnam (Mrs. William Lowell Putnam)."

Red Shirt.   See Spotted Tail.

Reed, Mrs. Charles L.   See Eddleman, Ora V.

Renvill, Nancy.   See Cheyenne, Lucy.

Robe, Blanche.   See Robe School.

Robe, John.   See Robe School.

Robe School. 

 1931.001.4.5.4.18pr Montage of the first school faculty, featuring Mrs. Blanche Robe, Superintendent John Robe, Thomas Deere, Miss Babb, Lida Robe (John Robe's sister), Cora Laughlin (Blanche Robe's sister or cousin), Mr. Hughes, and Miss Parks. Others are unidentified. 1892   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.19pr Group photo of the school faculty, featuring Miss Babb, Miss Bond, Miss De Tienne, Miss Eastman, Mr. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, Miss Montgomery, Mrs. Morehead, Bertha Pharr, Florence Pharr, Blanche Robe, Donald Robe, John Robe, Mr. Schultz, and Miss Sweeney. Circa 1900   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.20pr Blanche Robe pictured with one of her children, Miss Sweeney, and an unidentified man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.4.21pr Superintendent John Robe pictured with wife, Blanche, and their son, Ralph. Their home can be seen in the background.   1.0 Photograph

Robertson, Alfred Worcester. 

 1931.001.4.5.5.1 As a 7 year-old boy. Son of Samuel Worcester Robertson.   1.0 Photograph Lamson Studio (Portland, ME).

 1931.001.4.5.5.2 As a 7 year-old boy.   1.0 Photograph J.J. Towle Photographer (Woodsville, NH).

 1931.001.4.5.5.3 As a boy.   1.0 Photograph J.J. Towle Photographer (Woodsville, NH).

 1931.001.4.5.5.4 As an adolescent boy, pictured in a library.   1.0 Photograph Inscription: "The flower of the family".

 1931.001.4.5.5.5 Alfred and two of his male friends pictured in a row boat.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.6 Pictured with two unidentified girls beside an old buoy, used as a flower pot. Taken on the grounds of the Valley View House.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.7 Pictured with two unidentified girls. Taken on the grounds of the Valley View House.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.8 As a young man.   1.0 Photograph Carpenter, photographer.

 1931.001.4.5.5.9 Robertson, Alice Irene. Alice Robertson's namesake.   1.0 Photograph

Robertson-Moore, Ann Augusta. 

 1931.001.4.5.5.10c1r-10c1v Eldest daughter of William Shenck Robertson. Portrait taken at the time of her graduation. 1870   1.0 Photograph Louis Seebohm (Dayton, OH).

 1931.001.4.5.5.10c2r-10c2v Eldest daughter of William Shenck Robertson. Portrait taken at the time of her graduation.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.10c3r-10c3v Eldest daughter of William Shenck Robertson. Portrait taken at the time of her graduation.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.11r-11v As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Dewey's Gallery (Cincinnati, OH).

 1931.001.4.5.5.12c1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.12c2pr As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.13c1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1921.001.4.5.5.13c2pr As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.14r-14v As a young woman, portrait taken at the time of her graduation. 1890   1.0 Photograph Louis Seebohm (Dayton, OH).

 1931.001.4.5.5.14n As a young woman, portrait taken at the time of her graduation.   1.0 Page

 1931.001.4.5.5.15r-15v As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Cowan's Photograph Gallery (Cincinnatti, OH).

 1931.001.4.5.5.16c1 Pictured on the farm with her first husband, John Craig.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.16c2pr Pictured on the farm with her first husband, John Craig.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.5.17r-17v As a middle-aged woman. Wife of Napoleon Bonaparte Moore.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester 

 1931.001.4.5.6.1r-1v As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.6.1n As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.6.2c1 As an older woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.6.2c2 As an older woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.6.3r-3v As an older woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph M. Wolfe, Ohio.

 1931.001.4.5.6.4c1r-4c1v As an older woman. Studiio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Roger, Dayton, Ohio. Signed on recto: "Mrs. A.E. W. Robertson."

 1931.001.4.5.6.4c2pr As an older woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.6.5r-5v As an older woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.L. Bowerson, Dayton, Ohio.

 1931.001.4.5.7.1 Photographic plate, mounted on a wooden block.   1.0 Item Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.5.7.2c1 As an older woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co., Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.5.7.2c2 As an older woman. Studio portrait .   1.0 Photograph Mounted.

 1931.001.4.5.7.2c3 As an older woman. Studio portrait .   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.7.2c4 As an older woman. Studio portrait .   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.7.2c5 As an older woman. Studio portrait .   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.7.2n As an older woman. Studio portrait .   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.1.1c1 Studio portrait featuring Ann Eliza with Hannah Worcester Hicks Hitchcock and Mary Worcester Williams, seated in chairs.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.6.1.1c2 Studio portrait featuring Ann Eliza with Hannah Worcester Hicks Hitchcock and Mary Worcester Williams, seated in chairs.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.1.2c1 Studio portrait featuring Ann Eliza with Hannah Worcester Hicks Hitchcock and Mary Worcester Williams.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.1.2c2 Studio portrait featuring Ann Eliza with Hannah Worcester Hicks Hitchcock and Mary Worcester Williams.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3 Studio portrait featuring Ann Eliza with her daughter, Grace Robertson Merriman and granddaughter, Mary Merriman. 1891   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4c1 Ann Eliza on the porch of an unidentified residence with Leonard Worcester, Hannah Worcester Hicks Hitchcock, and Mary E. Worcester Williams.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4c2 Ann Eliza on the porch of an unidentified residence with Leonard Worcester, Hannah Worcester Hicks Hitchcock, and Mary E. Worcester Williams.   1.0 Photograph

Robertson-Merriman, Grace Leeds 

 1931.001.4.6.2.1 As a young girl.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in traditional case.

 1931.001.4.6.2.2 As a grown woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3gn As a grown woman.   Glass negative. See also Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester.

Robertson, Grace Elva Knight. 

 1931.001.4.6.3.1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph W.K. Menns Photographer (St. Johnsbury, VT).

 1931.001.4.6.3.2c1 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph W.G.C. Kimball (Concord, NH).

 1931.001.4.6.3.2c2 As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph W.G.C. Kimball (Concord, NH).

Robertson, Henry Martyn. 

 1931.001.4.6.3.3 As a middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.4c1r-4c1v As an older man.   1.0 Photograph Barker and Merrick (Des Moines, IA).

 1931.001.4.6.3.4c2pr As an older man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.5 Robertson, Richard Worcester. As an infant.   1.0 Photograph Witzel Photographer (Los Angeles, CA).

Robertson, Samuel Worcester.   See also Harrison family.

 1931.001.4.6.3.6r-6v As a young man. 1879   1.0 Photograph D.A. Clifford Photographer (St. Johnsbury, VT).

 1931.001.4.6.3.7c1r-7c1v As a young man. 1885   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.7c2r-7c2v As a young man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.8. As a young man.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.6.9 As a young man with beard.   1.0 Photograph W.G.C. Kimball (Concord, NH).

 1931.001.4.6.3.10 Studio portrait also featuring his wife, Grace. 1884   1.0 Photograph C.H. Shepherd (St. Johnsbury, VT).

 1931.001.4.6.3.10n Studio portrait also featuring his wife, Grace. 

 1931.001.4.6.3.11 Family snapshot taken on the porch of an unidentified residence.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.12 Pictured in street clothes with an unidentified uniformed baseball team.   1.0 Photograph

Robertson, William Shenck. 

 1931.001.4.6.3.13c1r-13c1v As an older man. 1875   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.13c2 As an older man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.13c3 As an older man.   1.0 Photograph

Rogers, Gertrude.   See Eddleman, Ora V.

 1931.001.4.6.3.14 Roosevelt, Theodore. Pictured standing in a horse drawn carriage flanked by mounted honor guards.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.3.14n Roosevelt, Theodore. Pictured standing in a horse drawn carriage flanked by mounted honor guards. 

 1931.001.4.6.3.15 Ross, Rosa. Young Creek woman.   1.0 Photograph J. Brasel Photographer (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.6.3.16r-16v Rose. Young Sioux woman who died at Carlisle.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line Art Studio (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.6.3.17 Ross, Colonel W.P. As an elderly man.   1.0 Photograph

Ruth. Daughter of Big Head.   See Grace.

 1931.001.4.6.3.18 Salt Creek School. Exterior view of the school house.   1.0 Photograph

Sanders, Soggy.   See Cherokee Commission.

Sapulpa, W.A.   See McKellop, Albert M.

Sawokla Cafeteria. 

 1931.001.4.6.4.1c1 Exterior view.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.6.4.1c2 Exterior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.1n Exterior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.2 Interior view.   1.0 Photograph Art Shop Kodakery photo.

 1931.001.4.6.4.3 Interior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.3n Interior view.   1.0 Photograph

Sawokla mansion and farm. 

 1931.001.4.6.4.4 Exterior view of the front of Alice Robertson's home.   1.0 Photograph

Series of photo-postcards showing the exterior of the front of Alice Robertson's home. 

 1931.001.4.6.4.5r-5v Exterior of the front of Alice Robertson's home.   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard.

 1931.001.4.6.4.6r-6v Exterior view of the front of Alice Robertson's home.   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard.

 1931.001.4.6.4.7r-7v Exterior view of the front of Alice Robertson's home, with several men and women sitting on the porch.   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard.

 1931.001.4.6.4.8r-8v Exterior view of the front of Alice Robertson's home.   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard.

 1931.001.4.6.4.9r-9v Exterior view of the front of Alice Robertson's home.   1.0 Photograph Photo-postcard. Identified on recto in Alice Robertson's hand.

Series of related views of the exterior of Alice Robertson's home. 

 1931.001.4.6.4.10c1 Exterior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.10c2 Exterior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.10c3 Exterior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.11 Exterior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.12 Exteriior view.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.12n Exterior view. 

 1931.001.4.6.4.13 Exterior view of the front of Alice Robertson's home.   1.0 Photograph A. Pierson (Muskogee, OK).

 1931.001.4.6.4.14 Male farm hand feeding the chickens.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.15c1 Female farm hand feeding the chickens.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.15c2 Female farm hand feeding the chickens.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.15c3pr Female farm hand feeding the chickens.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.16 Young male farm hand pictured with Alice Robertson's dogs.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.4.17 Hog in a wooded area on the farm.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.5.1 Alice Robertson's dogs on the front porch and steps of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.5.1gn Alice Robertson's dogs on the front porch and steps of her Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph Glass negative.

 1931.001.4.6.6.3 Interior view of a room in the mansion.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.6.3gn Interior view of a room in the mansion.   1.0 Photograph Glass negative.

Series of related photos of milk cow and her calf at Sawokla farm. 

 1931.001.4.6.5.2c1 Milk cow and her calf.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.5.2c2 Milk cow and her calf.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.5.2c3 Milk cow and her calf.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.5.2gn Milk cow and her calf.   1.0 Photograph Glass negative.

Farm yard scene with cows and chickens. 

 1931.001.4.6.6.1c2 Farm yard scene.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.6.1c2 Farm yard scene.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.6.1gn Farm yard scene.   1.0 Photograph Glass negative.

Horse-drawn carriage parked near the front porch. 

 1931.001.4.6.6.2c1 Horse-drawn carriage.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.6.2c2 Horse-drawn carriage.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.6.2c3 Horse-drawn carriage.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.6.2n Horse-drawn carriage.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.6.2gnc2 Horse-drawn carriage.   1.0 Photograph Glass negative.

 1931.001.4.6.7.1 Sawokla Tea Room. Hostesses posed outside the entrance.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.2r-2v Scott family. Studio portrait featuring three adults and five children.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (IT).

 1931.001.4.6.7.3 Shackelford, James M. As a middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Douglas Photographer (Evansville, IN).

 1931.001.4.6.7.4 Siegner, Otto. 1922 E. Borbeck Ave., Philadelphia, PA. Removed from a letter to Alice Robertson.   1.0 Photograph

Simpson, Hattie.   See Fears, Ruby.

 1931.001.4.6.7.5r-5v Simpson, Laura Mae. Music teacher at Harrell International Institute. 1892   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

Siouter, Anna P.   See Harrison family.

Siouter, Frances.   See Harrison family.

 1931.001.4.6.7.6 Skipper R. As a toddler seated under a tree; unidentified woman can be seen in the background.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.7 Sodom School. Students pictured outside the school house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.8 Sodom School. Burrows pictured on the school grounds.   1.0 Photograph

Son-Of-The-Star.   See Spotted Tail.

 1931.001.4.6.7.9c1pr Sorethumb, Bessie. Granddaughter of Taylor Postoak.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.9c2pr Sorethumb, Bessie. Granddaughter of Taylor Postoak.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.10 Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary. Group photo featuring Alice Robertson, auxiliary members and their children seated on Sawokla mansion's porch. Circa 1915   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.10n Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary. Group photo featuring Alice Robertson, auxiliary members and their children seated on Sawokla mansion's porch. 

Sparhecker. 

 1931.001.4.6.7.11r-11v As an older man. Leader of the anti-progressive element of the Creeks for many years.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.6.7.12 Exterior view of his home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.13 Exterior view of his home and out buildings.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.6.7.14 Spaulding School. Outdoor scene of students on the school grounds.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (IT).

Spotted Tail. 

 1931.001.4.6.7.15r-15v Sioux chief, Rosebud Agency.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate Photographer (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.6.7.16r-16v Photo montage of noted Native American chiefs featuring Spotted Tail and: American Horse, Big Horse, Bob Tail, Iron Wing, Left Hand, Little Raven, Mad Wolf, Man-on-the-Cloud, Ouray, Poor Wolf, Red Shirt, Son-of-the-Star, Standing Buffalo, Stumbling Bear, Tso-de-ar-ko, White Eagle, White Man, and Yellow Bear.   1.0 Photograph Choate (Carlisle, PA)

 1931.001.4.6.7.17 Springer, William R. As an older man.   1.0 Photograph

Standing Buffalo.   See Spotted Tail.

Starr, Alva.   See Hampton, Susan.

Stella. Daughter of Chasing Hawk.   See Grace.

 1931.001.4.6.7.18r-18v Stewart, J.W. Young man in uniform. Circa 1881   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate Photographer (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.6.7.19r-9v Strang, Katie. As a child.   1.0 Photograph

Strouvelle, Alice. 

 1931.001.4.7.1.1 As a young girl.   1.0 Item Ornate picture frame.

 1931.001.4.7.2.1f Ornate picture frame which housed the portrait of Alice Strouvelle.   1.0 Item

 1931.001.4.7.3.1c1 Strouvelle, Ann Isabelle. As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.1c2pf Strouvelle, Ann Isabelle. As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

Strouvelle Jr., Charles Edward. 

 1931.001.4.7.3.2 Infant son of Charles Edward and Susanna Barnett Strouvelle.   1.0 Photograph R.R. Redmon Photographer (Tulsa, IT).

Related views. 

 1931.001.4.7.3.3 As a young boy.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.7.3.4 As a young boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.5c1 As a young boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.5c2 As a young boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.5c3pr As a young boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.6. Picking peaches at Sawokla farm.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.7 As a young man in uniform. Inscribed to Homer.   1.0 Photograph Moffett Studio (Chicago, IL).

 1931.001.4.7.3.7pf As a young man in uniform. Inscribed to Homer.   1.0 Item

 1931.001.4.7.3.8c1 As a football player.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.8c2pf As a football player.   1.0 Photograph

Strouvelle, Susanna Barnett. 

 1931.001.4.7.3.9 Adopted daughter of Alice Robertson and first Creek allotee under the Dawes Commission, pictured with Alice Robertson and several men at a camp site.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.10c1 As a young woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.10c2pr As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.11 Studio portrait as Mrs. Charles E. Strouvelle.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.12 Pictured with her daughters, Isabelle, Alice and Jane.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.3.13 In hat and fur-trimmed coat.   1.0 Photograph

Stumbling Bear.   See Spotted Tail.

 1931.001.4.7.4.1 Susanna. View of her baby.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.2 Susanna. View of her baby.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.3 Swift, Mrs. Pictured with granddaughter.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.7.4.4 Tackabatchie Baptist Church and School. Students and faculty pictured outside the school house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.4n Tackabatchie Baptist Church and School. Students and faculty pictured outside the school house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.5 Taggart, William Rush. As a middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.6 Thaw, Mrs. William. Early donor to Kendall College; mother of Henry K. Thaw.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.7 Thaw, Mrs. William. Pictured with three unidentified men.   1.0 Photograph

Thlewarthley School.   See also 1931.001.4.5.2.3n.

 1931.001.4.7.4.8c1 Students pictured outside the school house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.8c2 Students pictured outside the school house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.9 Exterior view of the school house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4 7 4 10 Thompson, Nancy. Missionary woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.4.11 Thompson, James Roderick. Pictured with the car used on his honeymoon.   1.0 Photograph

Thompson, William F.   See Cherokee Commission.

Tiger, George W.   See Perryman, J.M.

 1931.001.4.7.4.12n Tiger, Moty   1.0 Photograph Photo-negative strip.

 1931.001.4.7.4.13r-13v Tiger, Mrs. Moty. 1889   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Parsons, KS).

 1931.001.4.7.4.14n Tiger, Mrs. Moty.   1.0 Photograph Photo-negative strip.

Tiger, Susan Hampton.   See Hampton, Susan.

 1031.001.4.7.4.14 Trans-Mississippi Congress. View from behind the audience and dais. Muskogee, IT. Nov 19-21, 1907   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studios (Muskogee, IT).

Trent, Pat.   See Fears, Ruby.

Tso-de-ar-ko.   See Spotted Tail.

Tullahassee Manual Labor School. 

 1931.001.4.7.5.1 Students and faculty pictured in fron of the school.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.5.1n Students and faculty pictured in fron of the school.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.5.2.1 Students and faculty pictured in fron of the school.   1.0 Photograph Hand-colored and framed glass print.

 1931.001.4.7.6.1 Students and faculty pictured in front of the school. 1875   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.1n Students and faculty pictured in front of the school. 1875 

 1931.001.4.7.6.2c1 Students and faculty pictured in the school yard, at the school's north end. 1878   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.2c2 Students and faculty pictured in the school yard, at the school's north end. 1878   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.2c3 Students and faculty pictured in the school yard, at the school's north end. 1878   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.2c4pr Students and faculty pictured in the school yard, at the school's north end. 1878   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.2c5pr Students and faculty pictured in the school yard, at the school's north end. 1878   1.0 Photograph Reversed image.

 1931.001.4.7.6.3c1 Ruins of the school.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard.

 1931.001.4.7.6.3c2 Ruins of the school.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard.

 1931.001.4.7.6.4 Ruins of the school.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard.

 1931.001.4.7.6.5 Ruins of the school.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard.

 1931.001.4.7.6.6c1 Group photo featuring the school staff: Miss Brown, Miss Baldwin, Samuel Worchester Robertson, Nancy Thompson, William Shenck Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, and Augusta Robertson (Mrs. N.B. Moore). 1878   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.6c2 Group photo featuring the school staff: Miss Brown, Miss Baldwin, Samuel Worchester Robertson, Nancy Thompson, William Shenck Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, and Augusta Robertson (Mrs. N.B. Moore). 1878   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.6c3 Group photo featuring the school staff: Miss Brown, Miss Baldwin, Samuel Worchester Robertson, Nancy Thompson, William Shenck Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, and Augusta Robertson (Mrs. N.B. Moore).   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.6.6c4pr Group photo featuring the school staff: Miss Brown, Miss Baldwin, Samuel Worchester Robertson, Nancy Thompson, William Shenck Robertson, Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, and Augusta Robertson (Mrs. N.B. Moore). 1878   1.0 Photograph Photo-reproduction taken from original (1931.001.4.7.6). Gift of Mrs. W. R. Holway, 15 May 1957.

 1931.001.4.7.6.7 Group photo featuring the school staff including Samuel Worchester Robertson, Nancy Thompson, Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, and Augusta Robertson (Mrs. N.B. Moore). 1880   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.7.1 Turner, Sr., Clarence W. 1884   1.0 Photograph F.W. Guerin Photographer (St. Louis, MO).

 1931.001.4.7.7.2 Turner, Sr., Clarence W. Studio portrait taken with his son, Clarence Jr., and a group of unidentified men.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.7.3r-3v Turner, Jr., Clarence. Studio portrait of Clarence Turner, Jr. as a baby.   1.0 Photograph D.P. Thomson (Kansas City, MO).

 1931.001.4.7.7.4r-4v Turner, Jr., Clarence. Studio portrait as a young boy.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT)

 1931.001.4.7.7.5 Turner, Jr., Clarence. Studio portrait as a young boy.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT). See also Turner, Sr., Clarence.

 1931.001.4.7.7.6r-6v Van Schaich, Charles A. Pictured in military uniform. Died 4 Sept 1879.   1.0 Photograph H. Rocher Photographer (Chicago, IL).

Wak-on-he [?].   See Perryman, Thomas W.

 1931.001.4.7.7.7 Waldron, Lucile. Studio portrait as a young woman. First person to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree from Henry Kendall College.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.7.7.8 Wealaka Baseball Team. Studio portrait of nine team members and two unidentified men. 1904   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.7.9 Wealaka School. Exterior view of school buildings and grounds near Leonard, Oklahoma. The second set of buildings were built after original building burned, according to Mrs. Misch, 16 Nov 1966. 1904   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.7.10c1 Welling Presbyterian Church. Exterior view of church near Elm Springs, IT.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.7.10c2pr Welling Presbyterian Church. Exterior view of church near Elm Springs, IT.   1.0 Photograph Reversed image.

 1931.001.4.7.7.10c3pr Welling Presbyterian Church. Exterior view of church near Elm Springs, IT.   1.0 Photograph Reversed image.

 1931.001.4.7.7.11 Wetumpka School. Students and faculty pictured outside the Creek national boarding school. Circa 1881   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.7.12 Wetumpka School. View of the school grounds. Circa 1900   1.0 Photograph

White Eagle.   See Spotted Tail.

White Man.   See Spotted Tail.

 1391.001.4.7.7.13 Wild Cat School. Exterior view of the school building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.7.7.14 Wild Cat School. Students and faculty pictured outside the school.   1.0 Photograph

Wiley, Percy.   See Cherokee Commission.

 1931.001.4.7.7.15 William. Studio portrait of a middle-aged man also known as Cousin Will.   1.0 Photograph Houseworth's Photographer (San Francisco, CA)

 1931.001.4.7.7.16r-16v William. Studio portrait of a middle-aged man also known as Cousin Will.   1.0 Photograph Landy (Cincinnati, OH).

 1931.001.4.7.7.17 Williams, Harry Cummings. Studio portrait as a young man.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.7.7.18r-18v Williams, Mary Eleanor Worcester. Studio portrait as a middle-aged woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (Parsons, KS).

 1931.001.4.7.7.19r-19v Williams, Mary Eleanor Worcester. Studio portrait as a middle-aged woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Parsons, KS).

 1931.001.4.7.7.20r-20v Williams, Robert L. [?]. Studio portrait of his two daughters.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford Photographer (Muskogee, IT).

Willoughby, Jr., Thomas.   See Harrison family.

 1931.001.4.7.7.21 White Buffalo. Indian youth with naturally gray hair. c1880   1.0 Photograph Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.7.7.22c1 Woodington [?]. Young man pictured in military uniform. Inscription reads: Save a place for me in your wigwam blanket! Circa 1920   1.0 Photograph Moffat Studio (Chicago, IL).

 1931.001.4.7.7.22pf Woodington [?]. Young man pictured in military uniform.   1.0 Item

 1931.001.4.7.7.22c2pr Woodington [?]. Young man pictured in military uniform.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.1.1 Wooster, Lorraine Elizabeth. Inscription reads: To my dear Cousin, Hon. Alice M. Robertson, M.C. with love and best wishes....Topeka, Kansas. 18 May 1921   1.0 Photograph

Worcester, Ann Orr.   See Alice Robertson pictured with others.

 1931.001.4.8.1.2c1r-2c1v Worcester, Hannah Ireland. Studio portrait as an older woman. 1863   1.0 Photograph A.P. Bart (Elmira, NY).

 1931.001.4.8.1.2c2r-2c2v Worcester, Hannah Ireland. Studio portrait as an older woman. 1863   1.0 Photograph A.P. Bart (Elmira, NY).

Worcester, Leonard. 

 1931.001.4.8.1.3 As a middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph [?] Photographer (Leadville, CO).

 1931.001.4.8.1.4 As a middle-aged man. 9 Mar 1875   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.1.5 Seated with an unidentified woman on the porch at Sawokla home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.1.6 Pictured with an unidentified woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.1.7c1 As an elderly man. Peacham, VT.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in traditional case.

 1931.001.4.8.1.7c2 As an elderly man. Peacham, VT.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.2.1 Worcester, Austin. Son of Leonard Worcester. Studio portrait as a young man.   1.0 Photograph [Luke] (Leadville, CO)

 1931.001.4.8.2.2. Worcester, Austin. Studiio portrait as a young man.   1.0 Photograph Collins Art Gallery (Leadville, CO)

Worcester, Mabel F. 

 1931.001.4.8.2.3r-3v As a toddler.   1.0 Photograph J.H. Mathews Photographer (Greensburg, IN).

 1931.001.4.8.2.4r-4v As a young girl. Dec 1880   1.0 Photograph R.W. Snyder (Greensburg, IN)

 1931.001.4.8.2.5r-5v As a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Dillon's (Cincinnati, OH).

 1931.001.4.8.2.6c1 As a young woman, pictured with Mary Worcester.   1.0 Photograph Enclosed in a handmade frame.

 1931.001.4.8.2.6c2pr As a young woman, pictured with Mary Worcester.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.3.1 Worcester, Mary. Mrs. Isaac Worcester, as a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in tradional case. See also Worcester, Mabel F.

 1931.001.4.8.3.2 Worcester, Samuel. As a young man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.3.3r-3v Worcester, Samuel. Monument erected in his memory.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.3.4r-4v Worcester, [William]. As an older man.   1.0 Photograph G.B. Davis Photographer (Burlington, VT).

 1931.001.4.8.3.5 Wright, James George. Commissioner of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1907-1914; Superintendent of the Osage Indian Agency, 1915.   1.0 Photograph Gem Studio (Muskogee, OK)

 1931.001.4.8.3.5pf Wright, James George. Commissioner of the Five Civilized Tribes, 1907-1914; Superintendent of the Osage Indian Agency, 1915.   1.0 Item

Unidentified infants and young children. 

 1931.001.4.8.4.1c1 Toddler.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.4.1c2 Toddler.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.4.1c3pr Toddler.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.4.2r-2v Infant.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.4.3 Infant.   1.0 Photograph Wenkle (Okmulgee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.4.4 Female infant.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.4.5 Toddler driving a toy car.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.4.6r-6v Female toddler.   1.0 Photograph Robinson (Oshkosh, WS).

 1931.001.4.8.4.7 Toddler sitting on a brick wall.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.4.8 Infant.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.4.9 Infant.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.5.1 Infant.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.5.2r-2v Infant.   1.0 Photograph Fetter (Logansport, IN).

 1931.001.4.8.5.3c1r-3c1v Todddler.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.5.3c2r-3c2v Toddler.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.5.3c3pr Toddler.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.5.4 Toddler.   1.0 Photograph E.S. Biret (Rochester, NY).

 1931.001.4.8.5.4pf Toddler.   1.0 Item

 1931.001.4.8.5.5 Infant with pail. Circa 1915   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.5.6 Infant.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.5.7 Infant.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.5.8r-8v Young boy pictured with a young girl.   1.0 Photograph Elite Studio (Butte, MT).

 1931.001.4.8.5.9r-9v Four toddlers with adult woman. Circa early 1900s   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.5.10n Three young children at play.   1.0 Photograph Photo-negative.

 1931.001.4.8.5.11n Three young children.   1.0 Photograph Photo-negative. Similar to 1931.001.4.8.5.9.

 1931.001.4.8.6.1r-1v Young girl.   1.0 Photograph Geo. W. Horton (Oshkosh, WS).

 1931.001.4.8.6.2 Young girl.   1.0 Photograph Handwritten note on verso reads "Taken at Enid".

 1931.001.4.8.6.3c1 Infant pictured in the arms of a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Greene Studio (Muskogee, OK).

 1931.001.4.8.6.3c2pr Infant pictured in the arms of a young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.9001.4.8.6.4 Infant and toddler pictured in the company of an older woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.6.5 Infant in the arms of a young woman.   1.0 Photograph Handwritten note on verso reads "Jimmy Boy and his big cousin."

 1931.001.4.8.6.6r-6v Young girl.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.8.6.7r-7v Young girl.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.8.6.8r-8v Young girl.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

Unidentified women and girls. 

 1931.001.4.8.6.9 Young woman in hat.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.6.10r-10v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph T. Teeple & Co.

 1931.001.4.8.6.11r-11v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Alex. Gardner (Washington, D.C.).

 1931.001.4.8.6.12r-12v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph R. F. Adams (St. Louis, MO).

 1931.001.4.8.6.13r-13v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Loquist Brothers (Peoria, IL).

 1931.001.4.8.6.14c1 Young woman pictured standing beside a Model T.   1.0 Photograph Handwritten note on verso reads "Would you recognize me?"

 1931.001.4.8.6.14c2pr Young woman pictured standing beside a Model T.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.6.15c1 Young woman pictured outside a residence.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.6.15c2pr Young woman pictured outside a residence.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.6.16 Young woman in bonnet.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.6.17r-17v Young woman pouring tea.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.1c1r-1c1v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.1c2pr Young woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.2 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.3 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Robertson (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.4 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Hobart (South Rockford, IL).

 1931.001.4.8.7.5 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.6r-6v Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.8.7.7 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.7.8r-8v Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.9 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.10 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.11 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.12c1 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.12c2 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.12c2 Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.12c3pr Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.7.13 Woman.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.8.7.14 Woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.7.15c1 Woman.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co. (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.15c2pr Woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.7.16 Young Creek woman pictured with her pet deer.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford (Muskogee, IT).

 1931.001.4.8.7.17 Young woman in a brimmed hat with feathers.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.7.18 Young woman in a brimmed hat with feathers.   1.0 Photograph See also 1931.001.4.8.7.17

 1931.001.4.8.7.19 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Robertson Studio (Muskogee, IT)

 1931.001.4.8.7.20r-20v Three young Indian women.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line Art Studio (Carlisle, PA).

 1931.001.4.9.1.1r-1v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph J.W. Black & Co., Boston, MA.

 1931.001.4.9.1.2 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.3r-3v Young woman. 1878   1.0 Photograph Fassett, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.1.4 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.5. Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.6 Older woman pictured standing near a boy sitting on the stoop.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.7r-7v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph A. Hesler, Evanston, IL.

 1931.001.4.9.1.8r-8v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Excelsior Gallery, C. Howland, Prop'r.

 1931.001.4.9.1.9c1r-9c1v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Hoag & Co., Cincinnati, OH.

 1931.001.4.9.1.9c2pr Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.10 Woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.11r-11v Woman.   1.0 Photograph Thorp's, Bucyrus, OH

 1931.001.4.9.1.12r-12v Young girl.   1.0 Photograph Bundy & Williams, New Haven, CT.

 1931.001.4.9.1.13 Young girl pictured shielding her eyes from the sun.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.14r-14v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Fassett, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.1.15r-15v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Fassett, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.1.16 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.17 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.18 Woman seated outdoors, pictured with a dog.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.19 Young woman pictured sittting on a stoop.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.1.20 Elderly woman pictured outdoors.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.1 Young woman dressed as an Indian princess.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.2c1 Young woman wearing eye glasses.   1.0 Photograph

 1391.001.4.9.2.2c2pr Young woman wearing eye glasses.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.3r-3v Woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.9.2.4c1r-4c1v Woman.   1.0 Photograph Baker & Record, Saratoga Springs, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.2.4c2r-4c2v Woman.   1.0 Photograph Baker & Record, Saratoga Springs, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.2.5r-5v Young woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.9.2.6 Woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.7 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Prince Parisian Panel, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.2.8c1r-8c1v Woman.   1.0 Photograph Dittrich Studios, Atlantic City, NJ.

 1931.001.4.9.2.8c2pr Woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.9r-9v Woman.   1.0 Photograph Dittrich Studios, Atlantic City, NJ. See also 1931.001.4.9.2.8c1-8c2.

 1931.001.4.9.2.10r-10v Woman.   1.0 Photograph Whitley, Elmira, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.2.11r-11v Woman.   1.0 Photograph A.P. Hart, Elmira, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.2.12r-12v Woman.   1.0 Photograph A.P. Hart, Elmira, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.2.13r-13v Woman wearing a bonnet.   1.0 Photograph G.H. Loomis, Boston, MA.

 1931.001.4.9.2.14r-14v Middle-aged woman.   1.0 Photograph Whitley, Elmira, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.2.15c1r-15c1v Woman.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Parson, KS.

 1931.9001.4.9.2.15c2pr Woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.16c1 Elderly woman wearing eye glasses.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.16c2pr Elderly woman wearing eye glasses.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.17 Elderly woman wearing a bonnet.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.18 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Champlain Studios, New York and Boston.

 1931.001.4.9.2.19 Elderly woman pictured standing by a bed of iris.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.2.20 Elderly woman wearing a veil tied with oversized bow.   1.0 Photograph L. Alman, New York and Newport, RI.

 1931.001.4.9.3.1r-1v Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.2r-2v Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.3r-3v Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.4r-4v Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.5r-5v Young Indian woman.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.6r-6v Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph J. N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.7r-7v Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Linie, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.8r-8v Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.9r-9v Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.10r-10v Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.11r-11v Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.12r-12v Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.13r-13v Young Indian girl.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.14r-14v Young Indian femal student.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.15r-15v Elderly woman wearing a flowered bonnet.   1.0 Photograph Snook Brothers, Elmira, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.3.16c1 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype.

 1931.001.4.9.3.16c2pf Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.3.17c1 Young woman.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype.

 1931.001.4.9.3.17c2pr Young woman.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.3.18 Middle-aged woman holding a basket of flowers.   1.0 Photograph Related to 1931.001.4.9.3.19

 1931.001.4.9.3.19 Basket of flowers.   1.0 Photograph Related to 1931.001.4.9.3.18

 1931.001.4.9.3.20 Woman in a tall hat, seated on a white horse, with other riders on horseback in the background.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.3.21 Woman.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype.

 1931.001.4.9.3.22 Woman.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in a traditional case.

 1931.001.4.9.3.23 Two young girls. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.9.3.24r-24v Two young Indian girls. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.3.25r-25v Two adolescent Indian girls in hats. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.4.9.3.26r-26v Two adolescent Indian girls in regalia.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Muskogee, Creek Nation.

Unidentified men and boys. 

 1931.001.4.9.4.1r-1v Young man.   1.0 Photograph M.P. Rice & A.I. Rice, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.4.2r-2v Young man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.4.3r-3v Man.   1.0 Photograph Swaine & Mote, Richmond, IN.

 1931.001.4.9.4.4r-4v Adolescent boy.   1.0 Photograph J.E. Larkin, Elmira, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.4.5r-5v Adolescent boy.   1.0 Photograph J. McCahon, Westerville, OH.

 1931.001.4.9.4.6r-6v Young man.   1.0 Photograph Yeaw & Co. Lawrence, [KS].

 1931.001.4.9.4.7r-7v Young man.   1.0 Photograph J. Taylor, New York, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.4.8 Young man.   1.0 Photograph Related to 1931.001.4.9.4.9

 1931.001.4.9.4.9r-9v Young man.   1.0 Photograph Loquist Brothers, Peoria, IL. Related to 1931.001.4.9.4.8.

 1931.001.4.9.4.10r-10v Young man.   1.0 Photograph Charles Miller, Burlington, VT.

 1931.001.4.9.4.11 Man wearing a uniform.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.4.12r-12v Man.   1.0 Photograph Whitley, Elmira, NY.

 1931.001.4.9.4.13r-13v Man.   1.0 Photograph Fassett, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.4.14r-14v Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Warren's Portrait, Boston, MA.

 1931.001.4.9.4.15r-15v Older man.   1.0 Photograph Pannebecker Photo Co., Columbia, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.4.16c1r-16c1v Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph E.L. Goss, Waltham, MA.

 1931.001.4.9.4.16c2pr Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.4.17r-17v Young man.   1.0 Photograph Landy, Cincinnati, OH. Related to 1931.001.4.9.4.18

 1931.001.4.9.4.18r-18v Young man.   1.0 Photograph Porter's Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. Related to 1931.001.4.9.4.17.

 1931.001.4.9.5.1r-1v Indian boy.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5.2r-2v Young Indian boy.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5.3r-3v Young Indian boy.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5.4r-4v Young Indiana boy.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5 Man wearing a cowboy hat.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.9.5.6 Indian man.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.9.5.7r-7v Young Indian man.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Liine, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5.8r-8v Young man.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5.9r-9v Indian man.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5.10r-10v Indian man.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.9.5.11 Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.5.12 A male Choctaw school teacher and football player.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.9.5.13 A male Indian male football player.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co., Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.9.5.14r-14v Older man.   1.0 Photograph G.W. Davis, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.5.15r-15v Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Hoard & Tenney, Winona, MN.

 1931.001.4.9.5.16r-16v Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Stevens Studio, Chicago, IL.

 1931.001.4.9.5.17r-17v Young boy.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Parsons, KS.

 1931.001.4.9.5.18r-18v Middle-aged man. 1876   1.0 Photograph C.M. Bell, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.9.6.1 Young man.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in traditional case.

 1931.001.4.9.6.2 Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in traditional case.

 1931.001.4.10.1.1 Man in top hand holding a baton.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.1.2 Man in costume. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.1.3r-1v Young man.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.1.4r-4v Young man.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.1.5 Young man with gun, holster, and belt. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co., Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.10.1.6c1 Young Indian man.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co., Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.10.1.6c2pr Young Indian man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.1.7 Young man.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co., Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.10.1.8r-8v Young Indian man.   1.0 Photograph Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.1.9c1r-9c1v Young Indian man.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.10.1.9c2pr Young Indian man.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.1.10 Young Navajo boy.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.2.1r-1v man in wool hat.   1.0 Photograph Ulke Bros., Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.10.2.2 Man in cap and heavy coat. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.2.3 Young man in uniform with medals.   1.0 Photograph W.A. Reed, Mobile AL.

 1931.001.4.10.2.4 Man with handlebar mustache. Studio portrait. c1887   1.0 Photograph Acker, NY.

 1931.001.4.10.2.5 Man with horse.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.10.2.6r-6v Indian man in scarf and heavy coat. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Parsons, KS.

 1931.001.4.10.2.7 Indian man in headdress.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.2.8r-8v Balding man in suit and tie.   1.0 Photograph The Dittrich Studios, Atlantic City, NJ.

 1931.001.4.10.2.9 Balding man in suit and tie.   1.0 Photograph E.F. Foley, NY. Similar to 1931.001.4.10.2.8.

 1931.001.4.10.2.9pf Balding man in suit and tie.   1.0 Item

 1931.001.4.10.2.1.10 Man seated in a wicker chair. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.2.11 Middle-aged man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.3.1 Indian man.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.2 Indian man.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.3. Indian man in hat.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.4. Young Indian boy.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.5 Young Indian boy.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.9001.4.10.3.6 Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.7 Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.8 Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.9 Indian man in hat. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.10 Indian man in hat. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.11 Indian man in hat and boots. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1391.001.4.10.3.12 Young man with hammer and book. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.13 Young Indian boy.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.14 Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.15 Indian man.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.3.16 Man, seated with leg crossed.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.4.1r-1v Young man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.2r-2v Young man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.3r-3v Young Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.4r-4v Young Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.5r-5v Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.6r-6v Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.7r-7v Young Indian boy. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.8r-8v Young Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.9r-9v Young Indian man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.10r-10v Young Indian man in uniform. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.11r-11v Young Indian boy.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.12r-12v Indian man in uniform. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.13r-13v Young Indian man in uniform. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.4.14r-14v Young Indian man with book. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.5.1 Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in traditional case.

 1931.001.4.10.5.2 Middle-aged man.   1.0 Photograph Daguerreotype in traditional case.

 1931.001.4.10.7.10r-10v Two Indian boys. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.6.1r-1v Two young Indian boys in uniform. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.410.6.2r-2v Two young Indian boys. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.6.4r-4v Two young Indian boys in uniform. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph A.A. Line, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.6.3r-6v Three Indian men. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.6.5r-5v Two young boys. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Parsons, KS.

 1931.001.4.10.6.6 Two Indian men in hats. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.6.7 Three men in suits and hats pictured outdoors.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.6.8 Three man in hats. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.6.9 Two adolescent boys. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co., Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.10.6.10 Two Creek men in suits and hats. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Parsons, KS.

Miscellaneous 

 1931.001.4.10.7.1 Indian woman and young children. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.7.2 Young boy and female toddler. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.7.3 Man and young children. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.7.4 Man and woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.7.4n Man and woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Photo-negative strip.

 1931.001.4.10.7.6 Indian man and woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.7.8 Indian man and woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.10.7.10 Young girl pictured with a man in white uniform.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.11 Men and women standing in a road with automobile parked in the grass.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.12 Young boy, girl, and toddler pictured outdoors.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.13 Young girl and female toddler pictured outdoors.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.14 Older woman and her rose bush.   1.0 Photograph

Series of possibly related photos. 

 1931.001.4.7.15 Young child pictured in swimming clothes standing on a sandy beach.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.16 Young child pictured in swimming clothes with man in hat and suit, sitting on a sandy beach.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.17 Young child and woman seated on the running board of a car.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.004.4.10.7.18 Young child and woman seated on the running board of a car, a more distant view.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photos featuring "Mary's" home and surroundings. 

 1931.001.4.10.7.19 Exterior view of a home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.20 Interior view of the living room.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.21 Interior view featuring front window.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.22 Elderly woman pictured outdoors among trees.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.23c1 "Jim and Jean by our front porch."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.23c2 "Jim and Jean by our front porch."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.24 Woman in hat pictured outdoors among the trees.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.25 Toddler pictured outdoors, holding a hat. 

 1931.001.4.10.7.26 Automobile pictured on a palm tree-lined road.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.27 "Mary's orange grove on the left."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.28 Two female Red Cross workers distributing water to a group of men.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.7.29 Indian woman pictured at camp with her children.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.8.1r-1v Group of young girls. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.8.2r-2v Indian man and woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.F. Standiford, Muskogee, Creek Nation.

 1931.001.4.10.8.3r-3v Young Indian boys and girls. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.8.4 Older man pictured with young Indian boys in costume. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard.

 1931.001.4.10.8.5 Two young boys and two young girls. First four postal savings depositors in Muskogee.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.8.6 Group photo of Indian boys and girls. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1391.001.4.10.8.7 Group photo of Pawnee Indian boys and girls. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA.

 1931.001.4.10.8.8 Group photo of Arapaho boys. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.8.9 Group photo of Indian boys and young men. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.8.10 Group photo of Indian men, adolescents and one woman. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.8.11 Two women and a boy.   1.0 Photograph J.O. Aker, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.10.8.12 Large gathering of men, women and children under a thatched shelter.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.8.13 Large group of men, women and children pictured outside a building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.10.8.14 Man, woman and toddler. Portrait.   1.0 Photograph Misses Bickle & Moskey, Clarksburg, West VA.

 1931.001.4.10.8.15 Five men. Studio portrait, supposed to be a Cherokee Commission.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.1 Group of Indian children and their female [teacher].   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.11.1.2 Group of young Indian men and their female [teacher].   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.11.1.3 Three women pictured in a clearing in the woods.   1.0 Photograph Tintype.

 1931.001.4.11.1.4r-4v Two women. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Fassett, Washington, DC.

 1931.001.4.11.1.5 Man and women in costume. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.6 Woman and man. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.7 Group of women seated on the steps of a brick building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.8 Group of young women pictured on a outdoor stairway in fron of a brick building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.9c1 Middle-aged and young men pictured in front of a brick building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.9c2pr Middle-aged and young men pictured in front of a brick building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.10 Group of men and women seated on the steps of Alice Robertson's Sawokla home. Miss Robertson's dogs are also featured.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.11.1.11 Man pictured climbing a tree.   1.0 Photograph "see the monkey"

 1931.001.4.11.1.12 Man and woman pictured playing a game of croquet.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.13 Man pictured standing next to a wooden bench under an arbor.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.14 Man in suit and hat pictured with a young girl in the flower garden.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.15r-15v Man and women pictured among the rose bushes.   1.0 Photograph "Taken in April. I was caught in one of the long branches of the white rose when Faith caught us both. We were in the little path between the trumpet vine shrub and the jassamine [sic]. Live oak overhead."

 1931.001.4.11.1.16 Group of Caucasian males, Indian males and female at unidenfied event.   1.0 Photograph On verso: "Bright Roddy. 3620 South Peoria, Tulsa, Okla., Phone 2-1156-"

 1931.001.4.11.1.17 Group of Caucasian males, Indian males and female at unidenfied event.   1.0 Photograph Related to 1931.001.4.11.1.16

 1931.001.4.11.1.18r-18v Group of young women and girls. Studio portrait. Circa 1888   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.19 Two young boys and young girl. Studio portrait.   1.0 Photograph Robertson & Co., Muskogee, IT.

 1931.001.4.11.1.20 Two men and four women pictured outside a home; one of the women is in a wheel chair.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.1.21 Large group of children, young adults, and male and female [teachers] pictured on the porch of a clapboard building.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photos of a fallen branch. 

 1931.001.4.11.2.1 Corner view of a home. 28 Aug 1925   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.2 "This fallen branch as it looked from the east front of the yard."   11.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.3 "The fallen branch as it looked from the east side of the house - fell May 30 [1921]."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.4 [View of the fallen branch] "from lower porch."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.5 [View of the fallen branch] "from the upper porch showing the scar."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.6 [View of the fallen branch] from the upper room over living room."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.7 Front view of a home with large palm tree in the yard.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photos featuring a political gathering outside the flag-draped entrance of a municiple building. 

 1931.001.4.11.2.8 View one of a large gathering.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.9 View two of a large gathering.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.10 View three of a large gathering.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.9001.4.11.2.11r-11v Souvenir postcard featuring Greater Kansas City, compliments of Woods' Brothers Corporation, Industrial Development.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.12 Man and duck walking across a clearing.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.18 Indian men and women pictured outside a home, dinner table with tablecloth also featured.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.14 View of "a monthly church meeting..." at a Baptist church.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.15 View of a building with a bell on the roof.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.16 View of a building with a bell over the doorway.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.17 "Alabama Indians" pictured outside a building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.18 "A bit of rocky road."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.2.19 View of a tree-lined pond.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.3.1 View of a "clay formation".   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.3.2 View of a tree-lined clearing.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.3.3 View of the banks along a river.   1.0 Photograph

Series of possibly related stereocards. 

 1931.001.4.11.3.4 Women pictured seated on the porch of a building in a wooded area.   1.0 Photographs Stereocard. Thomas Lewis, Cambridgeport, MA.

 1931.901.4.11.3.5 View of a porch with pillars.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard. Thomas Lewis, Cambridgeport, MA.

 1931.001.4.11.3.6 View of a group of buildings as seen from a grassy field.   1.0 Photograph Stereocard. Thomas Lewis, Cambridgeport, MA.

 1931.001.4.1.113.7 View of a female turkey and two male turkeys in a field.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.3.8 View of a tent pitched in the woods.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.3.9 View of livestock in or near a small body of water.   1.0 Photograph Views of Indian Territory.

 1931.001.4.11.4.1 Man standing behind a podium, taking an oath in front of a large gathering of men, with an audience looking on from the gallery.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.4.2 Large gathering, primarily of women at a convention.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.1 Front view of a run down building with American flag hanging from the flag pole.   1.0 Photograph Sprague, Okmulgee, OK.

 1931.001.4.11.5.2 View of a brick building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.3 View of men and women on the wooded grounds of a building, as seen from beyond the gate of a picket fence.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.4 Birds-eye view of the residential area of a town.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.5 Large group of men and women pictured on the porch of a clapboard house.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.6 View of a horse-drawn sleigh as it pulls away from a country home in the snow.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.7 View of a house and two-story building.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.8c1 Porch-side view of a two-story home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.8c2 Porch-side view of a two-story home.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.9 Street view of a two-story home surrounded by a picket fence.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.10 Lake-front view of a castle-like building, with people lounging on the lawn and in a boat on the lake.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.5.11 View of a burning building in an unidentified town, with townspeople looking on.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photos taken during Alice Robertson's trip to Panama, Puerto Rico, Haiti, and Costa Rica. 

 1931.001.4.11.6.1-2 Costa Rica.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.3 Hotel Washington.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.4 Side street in Panama.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.5 Taking oranges to the boat - Haiti.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.6 Royal palms, Hotel Washington.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.7 On the porch of Hotel Washington.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.8 Hibiscus hedges at Hotel Washington.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.9 Coffee plantation shaded by banana tree.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.10 The Congresswoman drinking coconut milk.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.11 Port-au-Prince, Haiti.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.12 Gatun Locks.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.13 Hotel Washington, Colon.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.14 In the park, Colon, Panama.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.15 Port-au-Prince, Haiti.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.16 Loading coffee at Port-au-Prince, Haiti.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.17 Group of men and women gathered on a sidewalk.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.18 Coffee sorters, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.19 Hotel Washington, Colon.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.20 Small girl with a basket of flowers.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.21 Shipping at Port-au-Prince, Haiti.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.22 Port-au-Prince, Haiti.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.23 Gatun Locks.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.24r-24v Cruise ship.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.25 Pounding rice, Native Village, Panama.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.26 Main Street, Arraijan, R. de P.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.27 Royal palms, Ancon Hospital grounds.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.28 Sunset, Gatun Lake.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.29 Palms at waters edge.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.30 Palms at waters edge.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.31 View of a port town from the water.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.32 Small boats at the pier.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.33 Swimming pool.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.34 The Prado, Balboa , CZ.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.35 View of the sister ship of the [Cristobol]. 

 1931.001.4.11.6.36 Birdseye view of Ancon and the Rivoli Hotel as seen from the top of Ancon Hill.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.37 Boats at the dock.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.6.38 Woman in the garden outside an unidentified building.   1.0 Photograph

Series of related photos by Geo. C. Kindley, Saraiya, Philippines. 

 1931.001.4.11.6.38 Boys playing with a foot-ball. 13 Nov 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.6.39 Three native girls. 14 Aug 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.6.40 Out in the country with some of my children. 24 Sept 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.1.6.41 Entrance to the towne of Sariaya from the east. Circa Aug 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.6.42 A corner in our house morning after Mrs. K's reception "bailie". 5 Sept 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.6.43 Some of my children going from school. 5 Sept 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.1 Out in the country with some of my pupils.1931.001.4.11.71. 4 Sept 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.2 Some school girls. Sariaya's suree set. 2 Sept 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.3 Taking a walk with two friends. 4 Sept 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.4 The house we live in.   1.0 Photograph [Geo. C. Kindley, Saraiya, P.I.]

 1931.001.4.11.7.5 Church and convent where we teach.   1.0 Photograph [Geo. C. Kindley, Saraiya, P.I.]

 1931.001.4.11.7.6 Girls running races. 13 Nov 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.7 Two of my school girls in their home. Sisters. 22 Oct 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.8 A corner in our h ouse. Mrs. K taking a siesta.   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.9 One of my native teachers, age 20. 27 Jul 1903   1.0 Photograph Geo. C. Kindley, Sariaya, P.I.

 1931.001.4.11.7.10 Des Plains River near LaGrange, IL. 10 Oct 1903   1.0 Photograph Inscription reads: For Mrs. A. E.W. Robertson from A. Leonard Gould with best wishes for a happy Christmans, Dec 25th 1903."

 1931.001.4.11.8.1c1 Railway cars.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.8.1c2 Railway cars.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.8.2 "Where it's Cherry Blossom time in Washington and Easter too. It's the very best and most of all that's good I wish for you. George W. Summers."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.8.3 "Easter Greetings from the Capital, with Miss Washington arrayed in her newest spring garb. This is a scene I caught at the Tidal Basin Apr. 16, 1924. Hoping to get a chance to write soon. Geo. W. Summers."   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.8.4c1 Still life featuring Indian artefacts.   1.0 Photograph [Possibly Robertson & Co. studio photo}.

 1931.001.4.11.8.4c2 Still life featuring Indian artefacts.   1.0 Photograph [Probably Robertson & Co. studio photo].

 1931.001.4.11.8.5 Still life featuring Indian artefacts.   1.0 Photograph [Probably Robertson & Co. studio photo].

 1931.001.4.11.8.6c1 Still life featuring Indian artefacts.   1.0 Photograph [Probably Robertson & Co. studio photo].

 1931.001.4.11.8.6c2 Still life featuring Indian artefacts.   1.0 Photograph [Probably Robertson & Co. studio photo].

 1931.9001.4.11.8.7 View of a large [resort] complex as seen from across a body of water.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.8 Fragment of a photographic contact sheet.   1.0 Photograph

 1931.001.4.11.9n-11n Miscellaneous images.   3.0 Photographs Photo-negative strips.

Miscellaneous 

 1931.001.5.1-6 Wooden name plate for Miss Robertson, Oklahoma.   2.0 Folders

Receipts, cancelled checks, etc. relating to Alice Robertson's automobile. 

Railroad passes and related brochures. 

Handwritten, typed and carbon copy typed notes; used envelopes. 

3 stenographers manuscript notebooks and 1 pocket notebook, all containing shorthand notes. 

Programs, order of exercises, brochures. 

 1931.001.5.2.1-7 Printed cards with poems, prayers, and inspirational verse. 

Portrait engravings, excised artist's renderings, etc. 

Advertisements, excised pages from various sources. 

Invoices, bills, financial records. 

Cancelled checks and bank statements. 

Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 

Handwritten notes, bookmarkers, lists of letters written and received, etc. 

Inspirational postcards especially printed for Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson's use. 

Wedding fan. 

Arrowhead, fossil-imbedded stone. 

 1931.001.5.3.1 Beaded necklaces and medallion, 23 pieces plus fragments. 

Lace collar with B & E Posternock, Ladies Hairdressers business card. 

 1931.001.6 Oversize 

Map of Muskogee County. 1908. 

Blueprint of the College Heights (later Honor Heights) addition to Muskogee. 

Blueprint of Muskogee County. 

Precincts and polling places. 2 copies. 1926 

Another version from above. 2 copies. No date 

Atlas of Muskogee, p40. 

Pocket map of Muskogee. 1928. 1928 

Plat of Muskogee, courtesy of W.L. Tull Loan and Investment Co. No date 

Map of Muskogee County showing school district boundaries. Dec 1912 

United States Department of the Interior map of areas west of the Mississippi showing the activities of the Bureau. 1923 

Instructions to Voters. A short outline of the ballot for General Election (Republican ticket). 2 copies. 

Sample ballot (Democratic ticket). 

Re-election campaign poster bearing image of Alice Robertson. "She's made good, let's send her back." 

Group photograph of the attendees, Postmasters First Class Convention held in Erie, PA. 1907   1.0 Photograph

Group photograph of the attendees, Postmasters First Class Convention held in Richmond, VA. 1910   1.0 Photograph

Group photograph of the attendees, 7th Biennial Convention of the Southwest Postal Association held in Kansas City, MO. 1912   1.0 Photograph

Republican National Convention. Photograph of the interior view of the convention hall. 1920   1.0 Photograph

Map of the proposed State of Sequoyah. 2 copies. 1905 

Map of United States system of highways. 1926 

Map of Southwestern Alabama, past and present, by T.H. Ball. 

Map of the Cushing Oil Field, Oklahoma. 1917 

Tenth census of the United States. Indian Division. Blank form. 

Annuity Payroll vouchers. 

Creek Nation. John Q. Tufts, US Indian agent. 1882 

Certification of witnesses and interpreters. 1883 

List of orphans and heirs. No date 

Certification of witnesses and interpreters. 1885 

Farmer's Cabinet. No 46, Vol 34. Published by Richard Boylston, Amherst, NH. Includes handwritten notes, musical score on an envelope. 15 Jul 1836 

Certificate of authorization of Alice Robertson as agent of the US Treasury Department to receive and issue US War Savings Certificate Stamps and US Thrift Stamps. 1918 

New York State map showing the rural vote against Governor Smith in the years of his four successful candidacies (1918-1926). 

Announcement of the fall term at Dryden High School. 1844 

Announcement of the winter term at a public school in Corning, NY (west of Elmira, NY). W.S. Robertson, Superintendent. 1845 

Map of North America. 1924 

Announcement of the Pageant of Famous Women of the US presented by the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Jul 1929 

Certificate of appointment of Alice Robertson as a Camp Fire Girl Guardian. Jan 1913 

Senatus Collegii Elmirensis. Certificate of Artium Magistrae. 

Lewiston Journal. Fragment of Lewiston, MA newspaper in reference to Mary Worcester Williams and her recollections of her father, Samuel A. Worcester. 17 Nov 1917 

General note

Gift of Mary Worcester Williams.

Galley proof. Fragment in reference to the Creek and Seminole Nations, Creek dialect and phonetics, with handwritten revisions and corrections. Removed from handwritten and signed letter from Albert S. Gatschet to Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson. 21 Jul 1884 

Oklahoma State Election Board. Certificate of nomination. 1920 

Certificate of appointment as delegate to the 9th annual Conference of the National Child Labor Committee. Jacksonville, FL. Mar 1913 

Napoleon Bonaparte Moore: Ledger sheets with handwritten entries of cheque numbers, payees names, and indorsers. 1895-1897 

"Free Cuba." Sample poster. Circa 1898 

Wood's Addition to the Village of Newago [Michigan]. John F. Wood, Proprietor. Hand drawn plat of area. 1873 

"Smith-Fulkeson's Great Integration and Dissolution!" Show bill, Newaygo, Michigan. Circa 1878 

"Reform and Better Times." Tilden and Hendricks campaign poster. Includes platform adopted at St. Louis. 2 copies. 28 Jun 1876 

Exterior view of an unidentified brick [?] kiln.   1.0 Photograph

Muskogee Daily Phoenix, Tulsa Daily World, and Washington Post newspaper tear sheets 

"At the Indian Hospital."  7 Sept 1930 

"At the Polls on Tuesday." 17 Aug 1930 

"At the Unveiling Ceremony." 27 Apr 1930 

"At Will Rogers' Home Town."  2 Mar 1930 

"Christmas Time in the Early Days." 25 Dec 1908 

"The City's Public Library." 21 Sept 1930 

"The Fifteenth Free Fair." 12 Oct 1930 

"A Gathering of Notables." 23 Feb 1930 

"General Miles' Life Touched Miss Alice." 20 May 1925 

"Hall of Fame." 1 Jun 1930 

"Hall of Fame." 31 Aug 1930 

"Historic Church To Go." 22 Dec 1929 

"Historical Society Meeting." 2 Feb 1930 

"Justice of the Puritans." 13 Jul 1930 

"The Last Christmas At Tullahassee. 25 Dec 1910 

"Letters From Washington." 1, 8, 15, 22 Feb 1900; 1, Mar 1900; 26 Apr 1900. 

"A Thanksgiving When the Red Men Roamed Muskogee." 28 Nov 1912 

"Miss Alice Says...." 22 Nov 1925 

"Miss Alice Tells Cleveland Story." 17 Jun 1924 

"Miss Alice Tells More of Big Time." 23 Jun 1924 

"The Morning After the Primary." 3 Aug 1930 

"Muskogee's Early Fairs." 5 Oct 1930 

"Muskogee's Historic Spot." 9 Feb 1930 

"A Nurse From Muskogee." 26 Jan 1930 

"In Observance of Easter." 20 Apr 1930 

"Paddy Carr." 15 Dec 1928 

"A Pioneer of Muskogee." 28 Sept 1930 

"Preserving Historic Spots." 6 Apr 1930 

"The School That Went." 8 Jun 1930 

"Skelly's Dinner Impressed Alice." 15 Jun 1924 

"Socialist Vote Noteworthy." 10 Nov 1929 

"Southern Commercial Congress." 30 Mar 1930 

"Spring Conventions Are Underway." 16 Mar 1930 

"Step Into My Parlor." 22 Sept 1929 

"Supreme Court Justices." 16 Feb 1930 

"Today and Twenty-Three Years Ago." 25 Jun 1912 

"The Vinita Chieftain." 6 Jul 1930 

"A Washington Romance." 27 Oct 1929 

"Why 'Sawokla' Is For Sale." 21 May 1925 

"Women of the White House." 6 Oct 1929 

"Women of the White House." 20 Oct 1929 

"Miss Alice Robertson Who Is 'Our Uncle Sam's Best Girl.'" 25 Feb 

"Bomb-Shell Is Thrown Into Camp of Post Mistress." 16 Dec 1908 

"Veterans of the Late War Kindle First Camp Fire." 22 Jul 1910 

"Vote For Miss Alice." 31 Oct 1920 

"Harreld Ahead of Scott Ferris. Landslide for Harding. Hastings Leads Alice Robertson. 2 Nov 1920 

"Republicans Lead for Congress." 3 Nov 1920 

"Harreld's Lead Is Now 24,807; Harding, 17,457." 5 Nov 1920 

"Miss Alice Says She Knows Ropes." 5 Nov 1920 

"Woman Who Wins House Seat Is 65." Washington Post. 5 Nov 1920 

"Mrs. Harding Congratulates Miss Robertson On Victory." 7 Nov 1920 

"An Interesting Figure, Is Alice Robertson, Oklahoma's First Congresswoman." 7 Nov 1920 

"Congresswoman Sees Hamon As Victim of Fate." Kansas City Post. 27 Nov 1920 

"Miss Alice Telegraphs Her Recipe For Pudding To News Men In Capitol." 22 Jan 1921 

"Miss Alice Raps Tales of Gossip On Mrs. Wilson." 6 Feb 1921 

"Maternity Bill Propaganda Idea To Control Birth. 4 Sept 1921 

"Honor Miss Alice With A Reception." 31 Aug 1921 

"Miss Alice Placed City In Limelight In Nation's Press. 1 Oct 1922 

"Miss Alice Speaks At Hastings Home." 5 Oct 1922 

"Elect Miss Alice She's Made Good, Roosevelt Pleads." 7 Oct 1922 

"Fields' Strength Is More Apparent At Polls Opening." 7 Nov 1922 

"Miss Alice Trails In All 7 Counties; Badly Defeated." 8 Nov 1922 

"Muskogee's Heroes March Again In Colorful Armistice Day Parade." 12 Nov 1922 

"Red Cross Drive To Be Held Today." 14 Nov 1922 

"Miss Alice Leaves." 15 Nov 1922 

"Alice's Train Is Late and Reception Spoiled." 10 Mar 1923 

"Miss Alice Home; To Write of Congress." 11 Mar 1923 

"Only Alice In [Line] If Locke Removed; Frye No Aspirant." 27 Mar 1923 

"Miss Alice, A Cook!" 1 Apr 1923 

"Scott Relieves Miss Alice of Hospital Welfare Post Giving Her Spiritual Task." 20 Nov 1923 

"Folks and Pictures Which Show the Highlights and Developments In Lives You Know." 25 May 1924 

"'Dixie' and 'Auld Lang Syne' Bring Happy Tears To Eyes Of Pioneers...." 1 Oct 1924 

"Politicians Surprised At Women Acquiring But One Congress Seat." 13 Nov 1924 

"Old Timers' Again Live Dramatic Pioneer Days." 7 Oct 1925 

"Miss Alice Will Sell Her Antiques Here." 28 Nov 1926 

"'Miss Alice' To Lead Muskogee Welcome to Marines Today." 1 Apr 1927 

"Miss Alice's Brother Pays Visit To Muskogee." 27 Oct 1929 

"Real Pioneer To Attend Unveiling." 20 Aug 1930 

"Miss Alice Poses For Portrait By Noted Artist." 28 Sept 1930 

"Oklahoma Scores In Literature and Art." Tulsa Daily World. 23 Nov 1930 

"Eastern Oklahoma Mourns Miss Alice's Death." 2 Jul 1931 

"32 Indian Tribes Represented At Bacone." 4 Oct 1925 

"Vivid Ghosts of Old Cheroke Seminaries Beckon to Alumni For Tahlequah Reunion." 12 May 1925 

"Take Miss Alice's Dog." 14 Feb 1924 

"Miss Alice's Dog Found Shot Dead." 16 Feb 1924 

"Miss Alice Picks Muskogee Man, Ex-Soldier, As Private Secretary." 21 Jan 1921 

"Miss Alice Finds Beauty In Leaping Flames and Joy In Salvage of Many Precious Relics." 19 Aug 1925 

"Miss Alice Now Is Lingering Over Dream of New Sawokla." 20 Aug 1925 

"W.B. Pine Is the Logical Man For the U.S. Senate." 3 Jul 1924 

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