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United States. Department of Agriculture



  • Existence: 1862-05-15-

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Elizabeth Clark Rosenthal Collection

 Collection — Drawer 8504
Identifier: WHC-M-2658
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF)Anthropologist. Correspondence and research materials (1876-1999) of anthropologist and Indian advocate Elizabeth "Betty" Clark Rosenthal, and her parents, Episcopal missionaries the Rev. David W. Clark and Elizabeth Mann Clark. The collection includes correspondence and records of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA, including the dioceses of South Dakota, Navajoland Area Mission, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and various ecumenical work with Native Americans. Elizabeth Rosenthal served as program director of the Intercultural Studies Group / Society for Intercultural Education, a regional association concerned with the interrelationships between Indians and non-Indians with respect to education, the arts, and community services. She was the founder of United Scholarship Service, Inc., which brought American Indian and...
Dates: 1876-1999

John Andrew Simpson Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-567
Scope and Contents


Correspondence (1917-1934) with Simpson regarding Oklahoma Farmers' Union and National Farmers' Union policies, issues and activities, including financial papers and meeting minutes of both organizations, and Simpson's nomination for the office of U.S. Secretary of Agriculture in Franklin Roosevelt's first cabinet. Correspondents include Franklin Roosevelt, Huey P. Long, Henry Morgenthau, James A. Farley and Elmer Thomas. Also in the collection are diaries (1924-1934), transcripts of radio and other speeches (1919-1933), clippings (n.d.) and newspapers (1917-1934) all relating to farm topics.

Dates: 1917-1934

Lyle L. Hague Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-243
Scope and Contents


Farmer. Personal and business correspondence (1930-1938), minutes (1930-1938), financial reports (1930-1933), journals (1930-1938) and other printed material (1930-1938), relating to the Farmers' Nation Grains Corporation, the Oklahoma Grain Growers Association, the Farm Credit Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and other farming organizations.

Dates: 1930-1938

The barn at the U.S. field station, Woodward County., Undated

 Item — Box Photo W-3, item: 76
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of towns in Woodward County, Oklahoma including Woodward, Richmond, Curtis, Tangier, Mooreland, Haskew, Mutual and Enid. The collection also contains photographs of agriculture, businesses, cowboys, the range cattle industry, schools, and the United States Cavalry. Woodward County Manuscript Collection also in repository.

Dates: Undated