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Written in English
Presented by Rev. Dr. Bruce Macdonald.
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Four 16” x 10” ( cm x cm) “scrapbooks” with a total of pages of articles from Buffalo, Western New York and other newspapers were discovered in the Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection at the Health Sciences Library. The time period covered is . University librarian. Correspondence (–) from friends and library associates, regarding the Oklahoma Library Commission and Oklahoma Library Association, including a letter from University of Oklahoma president David Ross Boyd, regarding Boyd’s dismissal and the dismissal of numerous faculty at the university, including Rader, by. Scope and Contents of the Collection. The Kidd-Key College Archives consists of 22 linear feet of material. Included in this collection are records of the college from August , shortly before the school was chartered as North Texas Female College, to its closing in , as well as biographical and historical information and alumnae records extending to Correspondence (); certificates (); and news clippings () regarding University of Oklahoma president Arthur Grant Evans, federal funding for schools in Indian Territory, the issue of separate statehood for Oklahoma and Indian territories, and Evans's participation in the United States' propaganda effort in World War I.
newspaper clippings ( –) relating to Kennedy’s businesses and investments, his support of the Democratic Party in Oklahoma and nationally, his appointment as an alternate delegate to the U.S. mission to the United Nations, his service as a commissioner. Correspondence () regarding personal matters, Oklahoma place names, and the geology of Oklahoma; manuscripts (), both book-length and shorter, and both published and unpublished, regarding the history, place names, and geology of Oklahoma; book reviews (n.d.) of Gould's works; poetry (n.d.) by Gould; speeches (n.d.) delivered. He sat on the Texas Supreme Court's Commission of Appeals from December to June , concurrently serving as president of the Texas Bar Association from to Stayton Jr. joined the law faculty at the University of Texas at Austin in Photographs, articles, news clippings, and letters are interleaved throughout her writing. Loose clippings are in a separate folder. The remainder of the collection is comprised of correspondence, writings, a class book, a minute book, a periodical, and sheet music. The correspondence is dated to with the bulk from to