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Military bases -- Oklahoma

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Fort Gibson Quartermaster Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: WHC-M-203
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Correspondence concerning Ft. Gibson's role in carrying out the U.S. Government's Indian pacification policy following the Civil War. Included are five volumes of Letters Sent (1879-1890) and one index volume; and two volumes of Registers of Letters Received (1879-1880 and 1886-1890).
Dates: 1879-1890

James Brooks Ayers Robertson Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-M-526
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Governor of Oklahoma. Correspondence (1906-1938) regarding the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention of 1906, the condition of the state after World War I, and the Okmulgee County trial incident; publications (1906-1925), including "Referendum News" and the "Oklahoma Odd Fellow"; clippings (1914-1938); scrapbooks and notebooks (ca. 1938) regarding Robertson's political career; speeches (n.d.) by Robertson regarding his positions on prohibition, the Eighteenth Amendment, the Oklahoma Department of Pardon and Parole, and his inauguration; and condolence cards (1938) received by Robertson's family upon his death. The collection also includes gubernatorial Special Order No. 11 (1922) regarding the membership of Oklahoma National Guard officers in the Ku Klux Klan. J.B.A. Robertson Photograph Collection also in repository.
Dates: 1903-1938

Mary Edna Burditt Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-M-2581
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General correspondence (1892-1972) between members of Edna Lewis Burditt's family, including letters received from Burditt's cousin, William Lewis, while principal of Farris Public School, Farris, Oklahoma, and during army training at Camp Travis, Texas; public school report cards (n.d., 1912-1913); Garvin County teacher's contract (1924); a copy of The East Centralite, Ada, Oklahoma (1919); various news and magazine clippings; handwritten school notebook (n.d.); and school text books including Ray's Elementary Arithmetic and several revised editions of McGuffey's Eclectic Reader.
Dates: 1879-1980