JOE JENNINGS COLLECTION
1802-1967

East Tennessee State University
Archives of Appalachia
Box 70295
Johnson City, TN 37614-0138

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INTRODUCTION

Title:

Joe Jennings Collection

Collection Number:

Accession No: 51
L. C. Number: MS 82-579

Physical Description:

93 linear feet, 188 Hollinger boxes,
4 flat boxes (negatives and prints )

Creator:

Joe Jennings

Repository:

Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University

 

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Provenance: The Joe Jennings Collection consist of two separate donations. The first donation of four linear feet was transferred to the ARchives of Appalachia in 1979 from the Special Collections department of the Sherrod Library. Date of donation and name of the donor of this donation is unknown. The second donation of 89 linear feet was made by Jean O'Brien, Jennings' daughter, in 1988. The original donation has been interfiled with the second donation.

RESTRICTION: In accordance with Federal law, grade reports have been removed. These reports have been placed in a box at the end of the collection.

Access: The collection is open for research.

Processing Information: Scott Schwartz and Frank Heath completed processing, and the collection was opened for research in 1989. Marie Tedesco revised the finding aid in 1993.

 

HISTORICAL NOTE

Joe Jennings (1891-1968) was born in Jacksboro, Tennessee and raised in LaFollette, Tennessee. After graduating from LaFollette High School in 1908, Jennings taught public school in a "one-room school house" at High Cliff, Tennessee from August to December of that year. In January 1909 he moved to Knoxville, Tennessee to begin work on a bachelors degree in English and math at the University of Tennessee and graduated four years later. Jennings immediately took employment with the Claiborne County School District as principal of Tazewell High School in August 1913. He continued working in this position until December 1914 when he accepted a position with the Campbell County Board of Education at Jacksboro, Tennessee as county superintendent of schools beginning January 1915.

As county superintendent of the Campbell County schools, Jennings was responsible for the supervision of curriculum development, teacher hiring, and building maintenance for the county's 125 public schools. (It was during his tenure as county superintendent that Jennings met and hired Aubry Faulkner as a teacher in 1917; they eventually married sometime between 1915 and 1919.) Jennings remained in this position until December 1917 when he was drafted into the United States Army. He successfully completed his basic training at Fort Monroe during the spring of 1918 and was commissioned as a second lieutenant for the Coast Artillery. In November of that year Jennings received his discharge and began working in numerous supervisorial positions for several county school systems in Middle Tennessee.

In 1920 Jennings began work on a masters degree in educational administration from Columbia University. Completing this degree in 1921 Jennings immediately took employment with the state of Tennessee as associate supervisor of Nashville High Schools. In 1926 he completed a Ph.D. in educational administration from George Peabody College and became the director of research for the Knoxville City Schools, Knoxville, Tennessee. Joe Jennings remained in this position until July 1928 when he accepted a job as professor of mathematics at the State Teachers College in Livingston, Alabama. He remained in this position for three years.

In August 1931 Jennings began work with the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs as superintendent of Indian education for the Pine Ridge Indian Agency of South Dakota. For the next twenty-six years his work with the bureau took him to various regions of the United States, serving in a wide variety of supervisory and administrative capacities. The most notable of these positions, one that gave Jennings great notoriety within the Indian service community, was as superintendent of the Cherokee Indian Agency of North Carolina. While he was primarily responsible for the development of Indian education programs, Jennings also became the moving force behind the rural community development and agriculture-conservation programs of Western North Carolina. He is best remembered for his development of North Carolina tourism and more specifically as the leading force behind the creation and perpetuation of the Cherokee Indian production, "Unto These Hills."

During the mid-1950s Joe Jennings began petitioning for the federal appointment of Commissioner of Indian Affairs. After numerous failed attempts by Jennings' close associates and his brother, Senator John Jennings, Joe Jennings was passed over for the appointment in the summer of 1957. Sensing diminished opportunities for further career advancement within the bureau Jennings retired from the Indian Service in July 1957. He joined the faculty of the Department of Education at East Tennessee State College as an associate professor that fall.

As a faculty member at East Tennessee State College, Jennings served as a chairman of the school's research council from 1957 to 1964. He conducted surveys on the quality of secondary and collegiate education in Tennessee and used the data from these surveys to analyze and forecast the needs of Tennessee higher education. Recommendations made by Jennings to the survey committee ultimately led to university status for East Tennessee State College and the establishment of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. Joe Jennings retired from East Tennessee State University in June 1964 but continued to work for better education in Tennessee until his death in 1968.

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Joe Jennings Collection contains correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, press releases, circulars, maps, broadsides, congressional records, reports, minutes, newspaper clippings and periodicals documenting Jennings' activities as a public educator; superintendent of the Cherokee Indian Agency for the Bureau of Indian Affairs; and Director of the Tennessee Higher Education Survey Committee while at East Tennessee State University. In addition to this material, there are records that document the Faulkner family genealogy and Jennings' military activities while a second lieutenant for the United States Army's Coastal Artillery. The largest portion of this collection concerns Jennings' activities while working for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and describes Native American culture, history, education, and the effect of the Wheeler-Howard Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.

The records span dates from 1802 to 1967 and are arranged into six series that represent several key periods in Jennings' career. It has been suggested that several of the different filing systems employed by Jennings represent methods of arrangement that were endemic to each specific job he held. (Many changes inthe file arrangement of the Jennings Collection seem to fall approximately at a time when Joe Jennings began a new job. This is particularly evident among his bureau files: Jennings held five different positions during his bureau career, and with each new position there appears to be a change in the filing systems.)

Organization: The documents are grouped together according to Jennings' career chronology, and within each grouping, the records were arranged in terms of content, medium, and subject. In this format the record arrangement documents Jennings' career and preserves two of his more prevalent filing systems.

Important persons included in the collection:

Davis, Mack P. (Mack Parker)
Dossett, Burgin E. (Burgin Estel), 1898-1993
Jennings, Aubrey Faulkner
Jennings, Joe, 1891-1968

Important subjects included in the collection:

Cherokee Indians
Choctaw Indians
Creek Indians
Dakota Indians
East Tennessee State University
Indians of North America
Indians of North America-Education
Indians of North America-Southern States
Melungeons
United States Bureau of Indian Affairs
Wheeler-Howard Act

 

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS*


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Series I, PERSONAL FAMILY FILES, 1813-1967, Boxes 1-7.

This series contains personal correspondence between members of the Jennings family and the Faulkner family, family photographs, family wills and estate settlements, family genealogies, awards, stock reports, receipts, and letters from family friends. The records document the general activities of the Jennings family. This series is broken down into two subseries: Subseries I-A, Jennings Family Files, 1909-1967 and Subseries I-B, Faulkner Family Files, 1813-1967. The records are arranged alphabetically by content type and then chronologically.

Subseries I-A, JENNINGS FAMILY FILES, 1909-1967, Boxes 1-5.

This series contains personal and family correspondence diaries, teaching awards, scrapbooks, personal research notes and estate settlements documenting the personal activities of Joe Jennings and his family between 1909 and 1964.

Subseries I-B, FAULKNER FAMILY FILES, 1813-1967, Boxes 6-8.

This series contains personal and family correspondence, photographs, bank books, personal notes, newspaper clippings, estate settlements, pamphlets, and a genealogy documenting the activities and history of the Faulkner Family between 1813 and 1967.

Series II, JOE JENNINGS' PRE-BUREAU CAREER, 1906-1931, Boxes 1-6.

This series includes personal and business correspondence, reports, pamphlets, bulletins, and grade reports documenting Jennings' activities between 1915 and 1931. The series is broken down into three subseries that illustrate Jennings career activities both as a public school teacher, soldier, and superintendent of the Knoxville Public Schools: Subseries II-A, Public School Teacher/Principal Files, 1906-1919; Subseries II-B, World War I - Fort Monroe Files, 1915-1919; and Subseries II-C, Post World War I/Superintendent Files, 1919-1931. The records are arranged alphabetically by content type and within each of these divisions organized chronologically.

Subseries II-A, PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER/PRINCIPAL FILES, 1906-1927, Box 1.

Subseries II-A contains financial and annual reports, worksheets, pamphlets, petitions, and correspondence documenting Jennings' activities as a public school teacher and principal of public schools in northeastern Tennessee between 1906 and 1927.

Subseries II-B, WORLD WAR I - FORT MONROE FILES, 1915-20, Boxes 2-4.

Subseries II-B includes personal correspondence and military reports documenting Joe Jennings activities while a second lieutenant in the United States Army Coastal Artillery between 1917 and 1919. A large portion of the personal correspondence is from Audry Faulkner to Joe Jennings depicting her daily activities during World War I, prior to their marriage.

Subseries II-C, POST WORLD WAR I/SUPERINTENDENT FILES, 1919-31, Boxes 5-6.

Subseries II-C includes personal and business correspondence, pamphlets, event programs, newspaper clippings and bulletins documenting Jennings activities as a superintendent of the  Knoxville city schools, Nashville city schools, and professor of  mathematics at State Teachers College, Livingston, Alabama.

Series III, BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS - CORRESPONDENCE/MEMORANDA, 1836-1967, Boxes 1-50.

This series contains business correspondence, personal correspondence that is directly related to Jennings' government activities, memoranda, and personal research notes documenting Joe Jennings' activities within the Bureau of Indian Affairs between 1931-1957 and the general operation of the United States Indian Service between 1836 and 1967. The records are divided into four subseries: Subseries III-A, Government Correspondence, 1836-1966; Subseries III-B, Personal-Government Correspondence, 1934-1964; Subseries III-C, Government Memoranda, 1836-1957; and Subseries III-D, Personal Research Notes, 1931-1955. The documents are arranged first alphabetically by record type and then chronologically within each record group.

Subseries III-A, GOVERNMENT CORRESPONDENCE, 1836-1966, Boxes 1-26.

Subseries III-A contains United States government correspondence pertaining to the general operation and management of the Bureau of Indian Affairs between 1836 and 1957. The largest portion of this subseries documents bureau administrative activities during the 1930s and 1940s. In addition to the correspondence there are numerous folders that also contain memoranda, reports, newsletters, and bulletins dealing with specific subjects that are covered by the bulk of a folder's correspondence.

Subseries III-B, PERSONAL-GOVERNMENT CORRESPONDENCE, 1934-64, Boxes 27-32.

Subseries III-B contains the personal correspondence of Joe Jennings documenting his professional activities while employed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs between 1934 and 1957 and his continued personal contacts with the Bureau during his retirement. As with subseries III-A there are numerous folders that include memoranda, research notes, reports, bulletins, and pamphlets that deal with a specific subject area covered by the correspondence.

Subseries III-C, GOVERNMENT MEMORANDA, 1836-1957, Boxes 33-46.

Subseries III-C contains memoranda issued by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and various Indian reservation agencies documenting the general operation, management, and policies of the United States Indian Service between 1836 and 1957. The bulk of the records for this subseries depict bureau activities between 1934 and 1957.

Subseries III-D, PERSONAL RESEARCH NOTES, 1931-1955, Boxes 46-50.

Subseries III-D contains personal research notes and two book manuscripts documenting Jennings' research activities during his tenure with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The majority of the records that describe Indian education and culture are undated. Records are arranged first alphabetically by document type and then chronologically. The undated records are located at the end of this subseries.

Series IV, GOVERNMENT AND AGENCY PUBLICATIONS, 1802-1965, Boxes 1-96.

Series IV encompasses nine different categories of documents that were used or acquired by Joe Jennings during his tenure with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. These include bulletins, pamphlets, reports, congressional records, press releases, periodicals, circulars, maps, yearbooks, scrapbooks, photographs, and memorabilia dating between 1877 and 1957. The material encompasses a diverse range of subjects including Indian education, Indian culture, Indian history, administrative policies of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, The Wheeler-Howard Act, community development, agriculture, federal legislation, and Indian tribal council by-laws and resolutions. Series IV has been arranged into nine subseries that correspond to the nine types of material included within this series. The material included in all nine subseries is arranged alphabetically according content type and then chronologically within each grouping. Like the records in series III, there are folders that contain several different types of material relating to a single subject; these are arranged alphabetically according to the media type that is most prevalent within a particular folder.

Subseries IV-A, BULLETINS, 1910-1965, Boxes 1-3.

Subseries IV-A is comprised of government and agency bulletins dating between 1910 and 1957 describing numerous facets of Indian culture and history. While the bulk of the material within this subseries depicts native American society, there are several publications that document the general policies of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The records are arranged chronologically.

Subseries IV-B, PAMPHLETS, 1810-1966, Boxes 3-15.

Subseries IV-B contains government and private agency pamphlets depicting Indian culture, history, education, agriculture, and Bureau of Indian Affairs policies between 1810 and 1966. The records are arranged chronologically. The undated materials have been placed at the end of this subseries.

Subseries IV-C, REPORTS, 1802-1963, Boxes 16-77.

Subseries IV-C contains a broad range of published and unpublished reports describing various cultural aspects of the native American, policies of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and their impact upon the American Indian, The Wheeler-Howard Indian Reorganization Act, the general history of the American Indian, Indian education, and rural community development between 1802 and 1963. The subseries is arranged chronologically by the first date of each folder's date span. Some folders contain several different types of material related to a single report. There are several folders of miscellaneous reports that are located after the regular reports; these are arranged chronologically. All the undated reports have been placed at the end of this series.

Subseries IV-D, CONGRESSIONAL RECORDS AND REPORTS, 1840-1964, Boxes 79- 80.

Subseries IV-D contains congressional records and reports documenting the legislative activities of the federal government and the effect these activities had upon the American Indian and the Bureau of Indian Affairs between 1840 and 1964. The records are arranged chronologically. The undated records have been placed at the end of this subseries.

Subseries IV-E, PRESS RELEASES, 1926-1967, Boxes 81-85.

Subseries IV-E contains Bureau of Indian Affairs press releases documenting the general operation and management of the Indian Service between 1926 and 1967. The records are arranged chronologically with all the undated material located at the end of this subseries.

Subseries IV-F, PERIODICALS, 1892-1966, Boxes 86-93.

Subseries IV-F contains periodicals published by various Indian reservation agencies and private historical organizations that describe numerous facets of American Indian culture between 1892 and 1966. The two prevalent publications, "Indian Truths" and "Indians at Work," document the gradual assimilation of the Indian into "mainstream" American culture. The records are arranged chronologically with all the undated periodicals located at the end of this subseries.

Subseries IV-G, BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS CIRCULARS, 1918-1962, Boxes 94- 95.

Subseries IV-G consists of Bureau of Indian Affairs circulars documenting the general operation and policies of the Indian Service between 1918 and 1962. The circulars are arranged chronologically by publication date; the undated circulars are located at the end of this subseries.

Subseries IV-H, MAPS, 1935-1964, Box 96.

Subseries IV-H contains maps of various Indian reservations throughout the United States dating between 1935 and 1964. The small maps have been placed in legal-size Hollinger boxes and all oversized prints have been removed from this subseries and placed in the map cabinets bu accession number. Maps are arranged chronologically.

Subseries IV-I, YEARBOOKS, SCRAPBOOKS, AND MEMORABILIA, 1934-1950, Box 96.

Subseries IV-I contains Indian Agency high school yearbooks, student scrapbooks, and miscellaneous memorabilia that date between 1934 and 1950 and were acquired by Jennings during his tenure with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The records are arranged first alphabetically by document type and then chronologically by publication date.

Series V, EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES, 1918-1966, Boxes 1-19.

Series V contains correspondence, memorandum, bulletins, pamphlets, reports, minutes, press releases, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous periodicals documenting Joe Jennings' activities as both a faculty member at East Tennessee State College and chairman of the East Tennessee State University Research Council between 1957 and 1964. In addition to his general instructional and committee activities a large portion of this series includes material recording Jennings' extracurricular and research interests involving rural community development, the Cherokee Indian Agency, Cherokee Historical Association, Indian Aid, Indian Rights Association, Western North Carolina Community Development and the general operation of ETSC prior to 1957. The papers are arranged into seven subseries corresponding with the seven most prevalent types of material included within this series. The items within each subseries are organized alphabetically according to content type and then chronologically. In several instances, there are folders containing different types of documents that are related to a single subject. These folders are arranged according to the material that is most prevalent within them.

Subseries V-A, CORRESPONDENCE AND MEMORANDA, 1918-1965, Boxes 1-4.

Subseries V-A contains correspondence and memoranda documenting Jennings' activities while a faculty member at East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964 and his continued research interests during his retirement. The bulk of the material involves higher education in Tennessee, rural community development, and Indian health and welfare. The records are arranged first alphabetically according to document type and then chronologically.

Subseries V-B, BULLETINS AND PAMPHLETS, 1953-1965, Boxes 5-6.

Subseries V-B contains bulletins and pamphlets on general and higher education issues that were either used or acquired by Jennings during his tenure at East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964. The records represent Jennings' diverse research interests during his final years. The material is arranged first alphabetically by content type and then chronologically.

Subseries V-C, REPORTS AND MINUTES, 1956-1967, Boxes 6-9.

Subseries V-C contains reports and minutes of the East Tennessee State College Research Council that were either used or acquired  by Jennings during his tenure at the school. The documents cover a broad range of topics, but the bulk of the material describes higher education in Tennessee. The records are arranged chronologically.

Subseries V-D, PRESS RELEASES, 1953-1966, Box 10.

Subseries V-D contains press releases from the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and the United States Department of the Interior that either were used or acquired by  Jennings during his tenure at East Tennessee State College   between 1957 and 1964. The majority of press releases describe and analyze problems encountered in higher education throughout the United States. The records are arranged chronologically.

Subseries V-E, GENERAL PUBLICATIONS, 1919-1965, Box 11.

Subseries V-E consists of newsletters, periodicals, newspaper clippings, and published reports that were used or acquired by Jennings during his tenure with East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964. The publications cover a broad range of  topics representing Jennings' diverse research interests. The bulk of the material centers around rural community development and higher education. The records are arranged chronologically.

Subseries V-F, MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS, 1950-1968, Box 12.

Subseries V-F contains miscellaneous newspaper clippings, pamphlets, event programs, and documents that records Jennings general activities and interests while at East Tennessee State College. The records are arranged chronologically.

Subseries V-G, JENNINGS' PERSONAL OFFICE FILES, 1957-1963, Boxes 13-19.

Subseries V-G contains the original office files of Joe Jennings while at East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964. Included within this subseries are correspondence, published reports, grade reports, bulletins, pamphlets, press releases, and newspaper clippings documenting Jennings activities as a faculty member and chairman of the East Tennessee State College Research  Council. This material was part of the original collection that had been stored in Special Collections of the Sherrod Library. The bulk of the material includes correspondence dealing with Jennings' survey of higher education institutions throughout the United States. The records are arranged alphabetically by document type.

Series VI, MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS, 1836-1967, Boxes 1-9.

Series VI contains miscellaneous pamphlets, bulletins, reports, newsletters, and newspaper clippings that were collected by Jennings throughout his life. The material covers a vast range of topics illustrating Jennings' diverse interests; however these records have little direct connection with his life's work. The newspaper clippings that have been included with this series represent a sampling of clippings that highlight key subjects of great concern for Jennings. The series is arranged alphabetically by content type, except for the newspaper clippings and then chronologically. All miscellaneous newspaper clippings have been placed at the end of the series in chronological order.

Series VII, NEGATIVES AND PRINTS, 1881-1955, and undated, Boxes 1-4.

This series contains black and white negatives; black and white photographic prints; and color transparencies. Subjects depicted include Jennings family members and friends, Cherokees and places visited by Jennings and friends. The negatives and prints date from 1881 to 1955, but most are undated. The series is divided into two subseries: Subseries VII-A, Negatives and Subseries VII-B, Prints.

Subseries VII-A, NEGATIVES, Undated, Box 1.

This subseries contains 103 nitrate negatives of primarily unidentified men, women and children, and rural scenes. Also included are buildings and scenes in Washington, D. C. These negatives have been placed in special nitrate negative enclosures. Each negative has been described and numbered sequentially. The negatives are arranged according to these numbers.

Subseries VII-B, PRINTS, 1881-1955 and undated, Boxes 2-4.

This subseries contains 137 photographic prints of family members, friends, and unidentified persons including Cherokee Indians. Each print has been described and numbered sequentially.

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BOX AND FOLDER LIST*


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Series I, PERSONAL FAMILY FILES, 1813-1967, Boxes 1-7.

This series is broken down into two subseries: Subseries I-A, Jennings Family Files, 1909-1967 and Subseries I-B, Faulkner Family Files, 1813-1967. The records are arranged alphabetically by content type and then chronologically.

Subseries I-A, JENNINGS FAMILY FILES, 1909-1967.

Box 1 - Folder #:

1. Bank book and account ledger, 1918.
2. Certificate: Tennessee Teaching Certificate, July 1920.
3. Certificate of achievement: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1964.
4. Correspondence: Miscellaneous, 1902-59.
5. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings' sister from their father, April 2, 1909.
6. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from University of Tennessee, Knoxville about student fees, September 13, 1909.
7. Correspondence: Joe Jennings' grade report while at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1909-13.
8. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from John Jennings, Jr., 1909-42.
9. Correspondence: From John Jennings, Jr. to Jesse Baird, July 2, 1910.
10. Correspondence: General, 1910-60.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Thomas Jennings, 1911-13.
12. Correspondence: Empty envelopes to Joe Jennings, 1912-44.
13. Correspondence: Graduation announcement of Eugenie Jennings, 1913.
14. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings, 1914-42.
15. Correspondence: From University of Tennessee about Audry Faulkner, 1916.
16. Correspondence: Between Audry Faulkner and Campbell County High School, 1916.
17. Correspondence: Job recommendation for Audry Faulkner from Joe Jennings, 1916.
18. Correspondence: To Rufus from (illegible signature), August 21, 1918.
19. Correspondence: From Joe Jennings, 1918.
20. Correspondence: Recommendation of Joe Jennings from J. D. Haskins, Dean of University of Tennessee, Knoxville, December 1918.
21. Correspondence: Partial release from mortgage-Joe Jennings, 1919.
22. Correspondence: To Audry and Jean Jennings from Joe Jennings, 1920.
23. Correspondence: To Audry and Jean Jennings from Joe Jennings, 1920.
24. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry (valentine), 1922.
25. Correspondence: From Joe Jennings to his father about a land deed, September 12, 1923.
26. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry, 1923.
27. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry, April 1924.
28. Correspondence: To Alex Caldwell from Joe Jennings, 1928.
29. Correspondence: Audry F. Jennings' grade reports from George Peabody College and University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1932.
30. Correspondence: To Jean Jennings from Audry Jennings' mother, 1935.
31. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry and Jean Jennings, 1935-36.
32. Correspondence: To Audry Jennings, 1935-45.
33. Correspondence: To Sam Thompson, 1935-49.
34. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry Jennings, 1936-42.

Box 2 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings, 1937-49.
2. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings, 1938-39.
3. Correspondence: From Jean Jennings to Joe and Audry Jennings, 1938-39.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Ben Reifel, 1939.
5. Correspondence: Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association, 1939-40.
6. Correspondence: To Audry from Ben Reifel, December 16, 1941.
7. Correspondence: To Audry Jennings from A. B. Caldwell, July 1941.
8. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry Jennings, 1941.
9. Correspondence: To Joe and Audry Jennings from Jean Jennings, 1941-52.
10. Correspondence: Personal stock reports, 1941-53.
11. Correspondence: To Sam Thompson from John Rockwell, 1942.
12. Correspondence: To Audry Jennings from Fannie B. Elrod, September 16, 1942.
13. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while living at Evanston, Illinois, 1942-45.
14. Correspondence: To Audry Jennings while living at Evanston, Ill. from Mrs. B. E. Dossett, January 1943.
15. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings "personal and confidential", 1944-49.
16. Correspondence: To Mrs. Joe Jennings from Sgt. Raymond A. Carpenter, 1945.
17. Correspondence: From Joe Jennings "personal/confidential", 1946-49.
18. Correspondence: Pottery, auto estimates, 1948.
19. Correspondence: To Joe and Audry Jennings From Rodney Jennings, 1948-49.
20. Correspondence: Joe and Audry Jennings, 1948-49.
21. Correspondence: Joe and Audry Jennings (pottery, thank yous), 1949-50.
22. Correspondence: Telegram from H. E. Buchanan, 1950.
23. Correspondence: William S. Lee, 1950.
24. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings, 1951.
25. Correspondence: To Sam Thompson, 1951.
26. Correspondence: From Rodney Jennings, 1951.
27. Correspondence: To Mr. W. L. Clapp, 1951-65.
28. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from H. C. Carbough (Rep. Party), 1954.
29. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from John Jennings, 1955.
30. Correspondence: Personal interests - stocks, memberships etc., 1956.
31. Correspondence: To Ed Whitaker from Joe Jennings about taxes, 1956.
32. Correspondence: To Robert Bradburn from Joe Jennings about taxes, 1957.
33. Correspondence: From Joe Jennings (graduation check), 1957.
34. Correspondence: Magazine subscriptions, 1957-59.
35. Correspondence: From Joe Jennings Re: family and personal bureau activities, 1947-59.
36. Correspondence: Move to Tennessee, 1957-60.

Box 3 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe and Audry Jennings from Alex and Jessie May Caldwell, 1957-64.
2. Correspondence: From Leslie K. Patten, November 20, 1961.
3. Correspondence: Miscellaneous, 1961.
4. Correspondence: Rosie Owle Kilby on right of way , 1961.
5. Correspondence: Miscellaneous, 1961-62.
6. Correspondence: Jennings' request for college catalogs, 1962.
7. Correspondence: Personal, 1962.
8. Correspondence: Health and Social Security benefits, 1962-63.
9. Correspondence: From Joe Jennings to Cherokee Reservation, 1963.
10. Correspondence: Get-well cards, 1964.
11. Correspondence: To Jennings on National Review from William F. Buckley, Jr., 1964.
12. Correspondence: To Jennings from Sally Seler, 1965.
13. Correspondence: To Jennings from Jean Jennings (valentine), ND.
14. Correspondence: To Jennings while at Pine Ridge, South Dakota, ND.
15. Correspondence: Life Insurance, ND.
16. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings, ND.
17. Correspondence: To Mrs. Rodney Jennings from Mrs. Paul H. O'Brien (Jean), ND.
18. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings, ND.
19. Correspondence: Post cards and notes from unidentified people, ND.
20. Correspondence: Valentines to Joe Jennings from Audry, ND.
21. Correspondence: To Audry Faulkner from Miss Hinchey (post card), ND.
22. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings (post card), ND.
23. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings - Adjusted Service Certificate, ND.
24. Correspondence: Miscellaneous, ND.
25. Correspondence/Bills: Audry Jennings' confinement at Emory University Hospital, 1964.

Box 4 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Event program: personal, 1957-65.
2. Correspondence/Insurance Policy: family automobile, 1962.
3. Correspondence/Insurance Policy/Stock Certificates: family business, 1960-62.
4. Correspondence/receipts: "New house bills A-F", 1953-54.
5. Correspondence/receipts: "New house bills F-Z", 1953-54.
6. Correspondence/receipts: "New house - miscellaneous", 1953-54.
7. Correspondence/receipts, 1957-65.
8. Correspondence/report: Deed and deed of trust, 1960.
9. Correspondence/report: Stocks, 1964.
10. Deed of trust and right-of-way deed, 1927.
11. Diary - Audry Jennings, 1957-62.
12. Diploma: Mary Jean Jennings graduation from preschool, 1928.
13. Draft Notice: December 28, 1917.
14. Essay: "Through Hades on a Sleigh" by Audry Faulkner, April 18, 1910.
15. Examination, 1907.
16. Financial records of Jennings, 1942.
17. Hospital bills, 1963-64.
18. Insurance: Hospital insurance for Mr. and Mrs. Jennings, 1956-57.
19. Insurance receipt, 1974.
20. Life Insurance Premium, 1915.
21. Membership applications, 1922-60.
22. Membership cards, 1921.
23. Negative: loose, ND.
24. Negative: Nitrate - removed.
25. Newsclippings: House plans, designs, and pictures (compiled) by Audry Jennings, 1929-32.
26. Newsclippings: The Second District Congressional Gazette (Jennings, John, Jr.), 1948.
27. Newsclippings: John Jennings, Jr., obituary, 1956.
28. Notebook: Handwritten notes on man and democracy, religion, ND.
29. Outline: Black Genesis (Samuel Stoney and Gertrude Shelby), pieces and outline, ND.

Box 5 - Folder #:

1. Personal Notes: Joe Jennings - Taxation, 1921.
2. Personal Notes: Joe Jennings, 1937.
3. Personal Notes: Poetry by Audry Jennings, ND.
4. Personal Notes: Algebra paper, ND.
5. Personal Notes: ND.
6. Personal Notes/records: Lamont Street house, 1961.
7. Photographs: Audry Faulkner Jennings' identification pass, Red Cross certificate, various snapshots, 1917-18.
8. Postcard: "Moccasin Bend and Chattanooga from Lookout Mountain", ND.
9. Receipt: Fordham University School of Law - tuition, 1921.
10. Receipts: Insurance premium receipts, 1921-24.
11. Receipts: Personal business, 1954-55.
12. Receipts: Miscellaneous bills, 1966.
13. Report: Essays written by Joe Jennings, 1909-1912.
14. Report: Coast Artillery School, 1918.
15. Report: Recommendation for public school employment, 1918- 19.
16. Report: Income tax returns, 1960-61.
17. Report (personal business): annual earnings report, Social Security claimant's report, tax reports, 1942.
18. Report: Insurance for Corine Faulkner, ND.
19. Research Notecards, ND.
20. Resolution: "Resolutions of the Knoxville Bar Association in memory of John Jennings, Jr.", 1956.
21. Scrapbook/Family, ca.1911.
22. Scrapbook/Family, 1923-24.
23. Score card - elementary schools at Bledsoe County, Tennessee, ND.
24. Will and Testament of Adair Jennings, 1965.

Subseries I-B, FAULKNER FAMILY FILES, 1813-1967, Boxes 6-8.

Box 6 - Folder #:

1. Bank Books: Joe Jennings' Administration of the Anna Mae Faulkner estate, 1949-51.
2. Book: Estelle Faulkner's Words and Mind of Jesus and the Faithful Promisor, ND.
3. Correspondence: To Estelle (Stella) Faulkner from Frank Blair, 1891.
4. Correspondence: To Anne Faulkner from Mary Bedea and Carie Ewing regarding the Faulkner genealogy, 1931-32.
5. Correspondence: To Anne Faulkner from Nettie Barr, Captain W. Caswell Boyd, Mr. Frank Morgan, Margaret Crotsky, 1933-44.
6. Correspondence: Postcards to Annie Faulkner and/or Estelle Faulkner from Captain William Caswell Boyd regarding personal
experiences while in the war, 1943-46.
7. Correspondence: A. M. Faulkner estate, 1951.
8. Correspondence: Corinne Faulkner's estate--Audry Faulkner Jennings and Clarice Faulkner Boyd, co-conservators, 1961-62.
9. Correspondence: To Mr. & Mrs. Joe Jennings from William O'Neil, attorney over Corine Faulkner estate, 1962-66.
10. Correspondence: Estate of Corinne Faulkner--Audry Faulkner Jennings Conservator, 1963-65.
11. Correspondence: Medicare/Social Security of Corinne Faulkner, 1965-66.
12. Correspondence: Corinne Faulkner's estate settlement, Joe Jennings and Clarice Faulkner Boyd, co-executors, 1967.
13. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings/Personal Notes: Faulkner-Boyd Family Genealogies, 1929-32.
14. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings/Photographs; William Caswell Boyd, Jr., ND.
15. Correspondence/Personal Notes: To Anne Faulkner from  Colonel L. M. Mans, Mary E. McKorum (both are Ann's cousins),
Charles Manns, 1813-1933.
16. Correspondence/Personal Notes: To "Home People" or "the Girls" from Anna Faulkner (June 11,1930-August 12, 1930), and
Last Will and Testement of Nicholas Graffius, 1822-1835.
17. Correspondence/Receipts: Joe Jennings' administration of Anna Mae Faulkner estate, 1949-51.

Box 7 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Receipts: Joe Jennings' administration of Mrs. Victorine L. Faulkner's Estate, 1953.
2. Correspondence/Reports: Corine Faulkner estate, 1962-63.
3. Correspondence/Reports: Financial Reports for Corinne Faulkner (Audry Faulkner Jennings and Clarice Faulkner Boyd
co-conservators), 1964.
4. Correspondence/Reports: Financial Records for Corinne Faulkner, 1964-65.
5. Correspondence/Reports: 5th and 6th Annual Reports of  Corinne Faulkner Estate, 1966-67.
6. Correspondence/Reports: Last Will and Testement of Corinne Faulkner, 1967.
7. Correspondence/Reports: Corinne Faulkner's Estate, 1967.
8. Newspaper Clippings: George Saxton Faulkner Obituaries, 1919.
9. Notebook/Personal Notes: Faulkner Family Genealogy, ND.
10. Pamphlet: Famous landmarks, ND.
11. Personal Notes: Faulkner Family Genealogy, 1750-1945.
12. Personal Notes: Faulkner Genealogy, ND.
13. Personal Notes: Faulkner family births and deaths, ND.
14. Publications: Prints by Illman Brothers, ND.
15. Report/Personal Notes: Faulkner Family Genealogy (George Lockler, Anna Faulkner's great-grandmother, through the
Graffius Family), 1828-1949.
16. Reports: Estate of Corinne Faulkner, 1964-66.

Box 8 - Folder #:

1. Reports: Personal Business/Estate of Corrine Faulkner, 1965- 67.
2. Reports: Last Will and Testement of Corrine Faulkner and  Financial Records, 1967.
3. Reports: Corrine Faulkner Estate - 2 final reports, 1967. 4. Reports/Statements: Jennings as Administrator of Estate of Estella Faulkner, 1957-58.
5. Reports/Statements: Estate of Corrine Faulkner, 1963-65.

Series II, JOE JENNINGS' PRE-BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS CAREER, 1906-1931, Boxes 1-6.

The series is broken down into three subseries that illustrate Jennings career activities both as a public school teacher, soldier, and superintendent of the Knoxville Public Schools: Subseries II-A, Public School Teacher/Principal Files, 1906-1919; Subseries II-B, World War I - Fort Monroe Files, 1915-1919; and Subseries II-C, Post World War I/Superintendent Files, 1919-1931. The records are arranged alphabetically by content type and within each of these divisions organized chronologically.

Subseries II-A, PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER/PRINCIPAL FILES, 1906-1927.

Box 1 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Nathan W. Hale, House of Representatives, April 7, 1908.
2. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Attorney William York, August 31, 1908.
3. Correspondence: To Miss Alice C. Fletcher, 1908-10.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from John Jennings, 1908-14.
5. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Jon M. Currier September 15, 1909.
6. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from his mother, 1910-14.
7. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Samuel S. Coleman, November 5, 1911.
8. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Thomas Jennings, M.D., November 20, 1911.
9. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Phi Kappa Phi, February 28, 1913.
10. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Charlie Jennings, November 5, 1913.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from University of Tennessee at Knoxville - Bursar, January 6, 1914.
12. Correspondence: To Sam Thompson from Mr. Mullens regarding Jennings' Employment, January 22, 1915.
13. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry Faulkner regarding employment at Jacksoboro, May 29, 1916 - June 5, 1916.
14. Correspondence: To local board of Campbell County and district board for East Tennessee, September 26, 1917.
15. Correspondence: To Audry Faulkner from Joe Jennings as county superintendent, 1917.
16. Correspondence: To F. R. Ogilvie from Joe Jennings, 1919.
17. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from George E. Ijams, United States Veteran Bureau, August 7, 1926.
18. Pamphlets: General Education, Tent Course for Health Instruction, August 1930.
19. Petitions: Loans to Finance School Building Construction, 1916.
20. Reports: Finance and Administration in Tennessee Public Schools, 1906-26.
21. Reports: Knoxville Public Schools Annual Reports, 1924-27.
22. Teaching Certificate: Tennessee High School Teaching Certificate for Joe Jennings, 1914.
23. Worksheets: Vocabulary Drills, ND.

Subseries II-B, WORLD WAR I - FORT MONROE FILES, 1917-45, Boxes 2-4.

Box 2 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry Faulkner, 1917.
2. Correspondence: Campbell County and East Tennessee Exemption Boards, 1917.
3. Correspondence: University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1917-18.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, 1917- 18.
5. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, 1917- 18.
6. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, 1917- 18.
7. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, 1917- 18.
8. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, 1917- 18.

Box 3 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Jacksboro, 1917-18.
2. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Jacksboro, 1917-18.
3. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Jacksboro, 1917-18.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from House of Representatives, 1917-18.
5. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from United States War Department, May 14, 1918.
6. Correspondence: United States War Department, Selective Service, May 24, 1918.
7. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, June 8, 1918.
8. Correspondence: J. R. Huddleston, June 19, 1918.
9 Correspondence: Reliance Heating Company, June 1918.
10. Correspondence: American Heating and Ventilating Company, June 1918.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry Faulkner, August 15, 1918.
12. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, August 1918.
13. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at LaFollette, 1918.

Box 4 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Manley and Young Architect, 1918.
2. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Lafollette, December 1918-January 1919.
3. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Tennessee National Guard, 1918-19.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings, 1918-20.
5. Correspondence: Joe Jennings Recommendation, May 22, 1919.
6. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Monroe, May 1919.
7. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from James Russell and W. E. Miller, May 1919.
8. Correspondence: Dudley S. Tanner, 1922.
9. Report: Headquarters Coast Artillery School, November 13, 1918.

Subseries II-C, POST WORLD WAR I/SUPERINTENDENT FILES, 1919-31, Boxes 4-6.

Box 4(cont.) - Folder #:

10. Correspondence: S. E. Nelson, J. H. Bayer, and E. H. Gaber, May-June 1925.
11. Report: "What Measures Efficiencey in Teaching," April 7, 1922.
12. Report: "Statistical Method for Determining the Ability of a Given City to Support Schools," 1925.
13. Bulletins: Tennessee Education Bulletin, November 1924- February 1926.
14. Bulletin/Correspondence: Tennessee High School Association, 1927-28.
15. Bulletins/Reports: Knoxville City Schools, 1927-28.
16. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Manley and Young Architects, June 18, 1918.
17. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Sidney Gilbreath, 1919.
18. Correspondence: Ruth A. Hicks, March 27, 1920.
19. Correspondence: To Audry Jennings from Joe Jennings, 1920.
20. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at New York, May 1921.
21. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings regarding student immunizations, 1921.
22. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Nashville, 1921.
23. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Nashville, 1921.
24. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from John Jennings, 1921.
25. Correspondence: Joe Jennings' travel expenses February, 1922- June 1923.
26. Correspondence: Monroe Standardized Silent Reading Test, May 1922.
27. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Madisonville, December 1922.
28. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Chicago, February 1924.
29. Correspondence: Dixie Portland Memorial School, 1927-28.
30. Correspondence: Tennessee High School Association, 1928.
31. Correspondence: Personal, 1928.
32. Correspondence: Education and Elizabeth Satt recommendation, 1928-29.

Box 5 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Audry Jennings from Joe Jennings, 1935-36.
2. Correspondence: To Audry Jennings from Joe Jennings, 1945.
3. Correspondence/Bulletins/Reports: Educational Curriculum of Knoxville City Schools, 1926-28.
4. Correspondence/Event Programs/Bulletins: Peabody College, 1927-28.
5. Correspondence/Pamphlet: American Federation of Teachers, February 25, 1919.
6. Correspondence/Reports: Rules and Regulations Relating to City Superintendents, 1927-29.
7. Curriculum Reports/Policies: Tennessee Education, 1918-24.
8. Diary: I. Q. Test results of school children tested by Miss Scott and Joe Jennings, 1927-28.
9. Event Program/Newspaper: George Peabody College for Teachers, 1927.
10. Newspaper Clippings: Tennessee Education, 1926-28.
11. Newspaper Clippings: Joe Jennings' Report on Knoxville Schools, 1928.
12. Newspaper: The Knoxville News, 1928.
13. Pamphlet: "The Principles of Education Ethics-Knoxville City Schools, 1925-26."
14. Reports: Joe Jennings' Associate State High School Inspection reports, March 1922-May 1924.
15. Reports: Summer Conference for Teachers, 1922-23.

Box 6 - Folder #:

1. Report: "Introduction to Teaching Arithmetic," 1923
2. Report: "Teacher Training in State Universities," 1923-24.
3. Report: "The Place and Functions of a Department of Education in Montana State College," 1923-26.
4. Report: Committee on Individual Difference-Mathematics, 1926.
5. Report: Knoxville City School - Department of Research, 1926-28.

Series III, BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS - CORRESPONDENCE/MEMORANDA, 1836-1967, Boxes 1-50.

The series is divided into four subseries according to its four types of documents. The records are arranged first alphabetically by content type and the chronologically.

Subseries III-A, GOVERNMENT CORRESPONDENCE, 1836-1966, Boxes 1-26.

Box 1 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Cherokee Indians of North Carolina, Payments, 1836-1914.
2. Correspondence: Activities of Indian Bureau, 1838.
3. Correspondence: Superintendent J. E. Henderson-Cherokee Indian Agency, North Carolina, 1926-27.
4. Correspondence: Superintendent R. L. Spalsbury-Cherokee Indian Agency, North Carolina, 1928-34.
5. Correspondence: Offical/"Personal" and "Confidential", 1928-36.
6. Correspondence: Agency Administration, 1929.
7. Correspondence: To Walter Cocking concerning a questionnaire, 1929.
8. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1929.
9. Correspondence: Superintendent Ralph D. Stanion-Cherokee Indian Agency, 1929.
10. Correspondence: Superintendent L. W. Page-Cherokee Indian Agency, 1929-31.
11. Correspondence: Phillippine Islands-Tariff and Trade Relations with United States, 1930.
12. Correspondence: Knoxville Superintendent Position, 1930-31.
13. Correspondence: Regarding Bates Report from Cornell University, 1931.
14. Correspondence: Economic condition of the Cherokee, 1931.
15. Correspondence: Personal, 1931-33.
16. Correspondence: Personal/Official-Sam Thompson, 1931-34.

Box 2 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1931-36.
2. Correspondence: To Superintendent of the Pine Ridge Agency, regarding the Pine Ridge Reservation School, 1931-33.
3. Correspondence: School Administration of Indian Affairs, 1931-44.
4. Correspondence: Receipts and bills for Jennings' hotel accommodations, 1932-35.
5. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1932-36.
6. Correspondence: Charles F. Shaffer, March 29, 1933.
7. Correspondence: Rosebud Indian Agency-School Facilities, 1933.
8. Correspondence: Education, 1933.
9. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1933-34.
10. Correspondence: Education-loans, 1933-37.
11. Correspondence: Navajo-arts and crafts, education, finances, 1933-42.
12. Correspondence: Bureau circulars and press releases, 1933-43
13. Correspondence: Commentary on the laws regarding Indian property, 1933-45.
14. Correspondence: Resolutions from Congressman Toby Morris, 1933-49.
15. Correspondence: To Mr. Mishkin from John Collier, October 6, 1934.
16. Correspondence: School activities, December 1934.
17. Correspondence: Pine Ridge and Rosebud Agencies, 1934.
18. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs-Oglala Boarding School, 1934.

Box 3 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Howard-Wheeler Act, 1934.
2. Correspondence: Pine Ridge Agency, 1934.
3. Correspondence: Planning and Development for Indian Service, 1934-35.
4. Correspondence: Indian Community, Arts, Crafts, School, Self-government, Indian Policy, 1934-35.
5. Correspondence: Personal Bureau activities, 1934-36.
6. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1934-36.
7. Correspondence: William Zimmerman, Jr., 1934-37.
8. Correspondence: Seminole Indian Agency Education, 1934-38.
9. Correspondence: Carlisle Indian School, 1934-39.
10. Correspondence: Indian Education, 1934-43.
11. Correspondence: Senate Subcommittee Report on Indian Investigation, 1934-43.
12. Correspondence: Reports and Memoranda, 1934-43.
13. Correspondence: Land acquisition and Howard-Wheeler Act, 1934-43.
14. Correspondence: Fort Hall Tribal Council and Fort Belknap Resources, 1934-44.
15. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency Program of 1944, 1934-44.
16. Correspondence: Indian Education, 1934-45.
17. Correspondence: Pine Ridge Agency, 1934-45.
18. Correspondence: Howard-Wheeler Reorganization Act, 1934-55.
19. Correspondence: Development of Cherokee Land, 1934-63.

Box 4 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Pine Ridge and Rosebud Indian Agencies, 1935.
2. Correspondence: Hopi Investigation, 1935.
3. Correspondence: Committee of Indian Affairs, 1935.
4. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1935.
5. Correspondence: Letters and Memorandums, 1935-36.
6. Correspondence: Oglala High School, McLaughlin Indian School, Winnebago Indian Agency, 1935-36.
7. Correspondence: Pine Ridge Agency, 1935-36.
8. Correspondence: Tribal Claims, 1935-36.
9. Correspondence: Pageant of the Spirit of the Great Smokies, 1935-37.
10. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1935-37.
11. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, General Activities, 1935-41.
12. Correspondence: Black Hills Treaty Council (Sioux), 1935-43.
13. Correspondence: Sioux Indians, 1935-43.
14. Correspondence: Tribal Relations and Indian Education, 1935-44.
15. Correspondence: United States Department of Interior, 1935-50.
16. Correspondence: United States Department of Interior, 1935-60.
17. Correspondence: Lewis and Clark Commission-Menominee Indian Tribe, 1935-67.
18. Correspondence: Policy on Religious Liberty Among Indians, February 19, 1936.
19. Correspondence: Textbook Commission, April 20, 1936.
20. Correspondence: Department of the Interior, 1936.
21. Correspondence: Rosebud Agreement, 1936.
22. Correspondence: Leisure Time Educators and Recreation Leaders Conference, 1936.
23. Correspondence: Education Program for Pine Ridge and Ogalala Community High School; Crow-Creek Agency, 1936.

Box 5 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: William Zimmerman, Jr., Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1936.
2. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1936.
3. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1936-37.
4. Correspondence: Flandreau Indian School, 1936-37.
5. Correspondence: Planning Education, 1936-39.
6. Correspondence: Department of Interior-Indian Affairs, 1936-41.
7. Correspondence: Pine Ridge Indians, 1936-42.
8. Correspondence: Pine Ridge and Sioux Indians, 1936-43.
9. Correspondence: Personal Bureau activities, 1936-44.
10. Correspondence: Reservation Conservation, 1936-45.
11. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1936-49.
12. Correspondence: Education - Manual Labor Schools and Organization of Tribes, 1936-56.
13. Correspondence: Cooperation between Indian Service and Indian Councils, 1937.
14. Correspondence: He Dog Corporation, 1937.
15. Correspondence: Byran J. Brapley Field Service and Education, 1937.
16. Correspondence: Joe Jennings while in South Dakota, 1937.
17. Correspondence: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1937.
18. Correspondence: Personal Bureau activities, 1937.
19. Correspondence: Business-Indian Bureau, 1937.
20. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1937-38.
21. Correspondence: J. C. McCaskill, 1937-38.
22. Correspondence: Richard Millin-Department of Interior regarding Education and Soil Conservation, 1937-39.
23. Correspondence: Indian Cooperatives-Education, 1937-41.
24. Correspondence: Bureau activities, 1937-42.
25. Correspondence: Congressional Bills and Bureau Activities, 1937-43.

Box 6 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Education and business, 1937-43.
2. Correspondence: Seminole Agency, 1937-44.
3. Correspondence: Eastern Division of Indian Service; Rosebud Agency, 1937-45.
4. Correspondence: Tribal Relations and Education, 1937-45.
5. Correspondence: Indian Service Business, 1938.
6. Correspondence: Rosebud Agency and Social Welfare, 1938.
7. Correspondence: Indian Affairs concerning Education, 1938.
8. Correspondence: Indian Education, 1938.
9. Correspondence: Telegraphes from Jennings and Harper, 1938.
10. Correspondence: Superintendents of Cherokee/Seminole Indian Agencies, 1938-39.
11. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1938-39.
12. Correspondence: General Bureau Activities, 1938-39.
13. Correspondence: Office of Indian Affairs regarding Apprenticeship, 1938-40.
14. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1938-41.
15. Correspondence: Superintendent of Indian Schools, 1938-42.
16. Correspondence: Agency Schools, 1938-43.
17. Correspondence: Flandreau Indian School, 1938-43.
18. Correspondence: John A. Adams, 1938-46.
19. Correspondence: Tribal elections, Navajo Education, Special Projects, 1938-54.
20. Correspondence: General Bureau Activities, 1938-55.
21. Correspondence: Yakima Indian Agency and Tribal Reorganization, 1938-56.

Box 7 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Collier and McCaskill, 1939.
2. Correspondence: John Collier, 1939.
3. Correspondence: Florida Seminole Indians, 1939.
4. Correspondence: Elementary Education, 1939.
5. Correspondence: Settlement of Colorado River Reservation, 1939.
6. Correspondence: Fort Totten Indian Reservation, 1939.
7. Correspondence: Sisseton Indian Agency, 1939.
8. Correspondence: Fort Totten School, 1939.
9. Correspondence: Graudate Education, 1939.
10. Correspondence: Lower Brule Indians and Conference on Children in a Democracy, 1939.
11. Correspondence: Indians of the lower-Michigan Peninsula, 1939.
12. Correspondence: Administration course, 1939.
13. Correspondence: Fort Totten Indian Reservation, 1939.
14. Correspondence: Pine Ridge Summer School, 1939.
15. Correspondence: Pine Ridge Indian Agency, 1939.
16. Correspondence: Forestry, Grazing and Precipitation, 1939-40.
17. Correspondence: Great Lakes Indian Agency, 1939.
18. Correspondence: Haskell Institute, 1939-41.
19. Correspondence: Willard W. Beatty; Education and Indian Affairs, 1939-42.
20. Correspondence: A. H. McNullen, Superintendent of Choctaw Indian Agency, 1939-45.
21. Correspondence: Bureau Activities and Conference, 1939-56.
22. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1940.
23. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1940.
24. Correspondence: Walter V. Woehlke, 1940.
25. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1940.
26. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1940-41.
27. Correspondence: Benjamin Reifel, 1940-41.
28. Correspondence: Sam Thompson, 1940-41.
29. Correspondence: Indian Affairs and Education, 1940-41.
30. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1940-41.
31. Correspondence: Indian Service Policy and Law, 1940-42.
32. Correspondence: Commissioner John Collier, 1940-44.
33. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1940-45.
34. Correspondence: Rosebud Indian Agency, 1940-45.

Box 8 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Organization of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1940-48.
2. Correspondence: From Ben Reifel to Jennings regarding June schedule of Events, 1940-65.
3. Correspondence: Education Policy, January 1941-December 1941.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from John Rockwell, May 21, 1941.
5. Correspondence: To McMullen from Collier regarding housekeepers in Day School, December 8, 1941.
6. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Mr. & Mrs. Jo Chandler, December 1941.
7. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1941.
8. Correspondence: Standing Rock Indian Agency, 1941.
9. Correspondence: Charles E. J. Heacock, 1941.
10. Correspondence: Charles Under Baggage, 1941.
11. Correspondence: Interviews with potential employees for Bureau, 1941.
12. Correspondence: Teachers in Indian and boarding schools, 1941-42.
13. Correspondence: Indian organization, 1941-42.
14. Correspondence: Indian Reorganization Act, 1941-42.
15. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Ben Reifel regarding Indian Affairs Policy, 1941-42.
16. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1941-45.
17. Correspondence: Alex B. Caldwell's and Bureau's Activities, 1941-50.
18. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings-Superintendent of Indian Schools, 1941-53.
19. Correspondence: Bureau and Personal Activities, 1941-55.
20. Correspondence: To Mr. Jackson from Joe Jennings, February 22, 1942.
21. Correspondence: Telegram to Joe Jennings from Benjamin Reifel, February 26, 1942.
22. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Alexandria, Virginia from John Rockwell, June 1942.
23. Correspondence: John Collier, July 9, 1942.
24. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from George Lavatta, November 18, 1942.
25. Correspondence: To Mr. Woehlke from Reeves (Chief Counsel) on Tribal Assignments, 1942.
26. Correspondence: Land Division Department, 1942.
27. Correspondence: Gordon MacGregor, Associate Supervisor, 1942.
28. Correspondence: General-Reimbursables, 1942.
29. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while living at Evanston, Illinois from H. N. Clark, 1942-45.
30. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while living at Evanston, Illinois from Sam Thompson, 1942-45.

Box 9 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings regarding Indian Affairs, 1942-45.
2. Correspondence: Education Policy, January 1943-December 1943.
3. Correspondence: To Hiram N. Clark from Joe Jennings, May 15, 1943.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from H. N. Clark, March 16, 1943.
5. Correspondence: To Allen G. Harper from H. N. Clark concerning Joe Jennings attendance at a conference at Fort Belknap, March 17, 1943.
6. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from A. B. Caldwell, March 1943.
7. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Philadelphia, Mississippi from Sam Thompson, April 16, 1943.
8. Correspondence: Resolutions adopted by Sioux and Papago Tribal Councils, 1943.
9. Correspondence: To Maricopa Tribal Council from Pima Indian Agency, 1943.
10. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1943.
11. Correspondence: General, 1943.
12. Correspondence: Wheeler, Johnson, Thomas, 1943.
13. Correspondence: Food for Freedom Certificates, 1943.
14. Correspondence: Land Donation, 1943.
15. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1943-45.
16. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1943-45.
17. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs-Chicago Branch, 1943-46.
18. Correspondence: Congressional Bill Agreement and Conservation on Qualla Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1943-50.
19. Correspondence: History of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1943-56.
20. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Sam Thompson, December 19, 1944.
21. Correspondence: Requests for publications, 1944-45.
22. Correspondence: Agency Activities, 1944-45.
23. Correspondence: Pine Ridge School; Indian Welfare; Cherokee Citizenship, 1944-47.
24. Correspondence: Superintendent of Cherokee, 1944-49.
25. Correspondence: National Congress of American Indians, 1944-60.
26. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Mrs. Adkins, March 29, 1945.
27. Correspondence: Oglala Sioux Tribal Council, April 10-13, 1945.
28. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Philadelphia, Mississippi from Erma O. Hicks, April 20, 1945.
29. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, April 23, 1945.
30. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Evanston, Illinois from A. H. McMullen, July 7, 1945.
31. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while living at Evanston, Illinois from Ben Reifel, 1945.
32. Correspondence: Transfer of restricted livestock to Indian ownership, 1945.
33. Correspondence: Fort Peck, 1945.

Box 10 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: United States Civil Service Commission- Department of Interior, 1945-53.
2. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1945-55.
3. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1945-61.
4. Correspondence: Political Action Committee, 1946.
5. Correspondence: Cherokee involvement in World War II, 1946-48.
6. Correspondence: Personal Bureau Activities, 1946-51.
7. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1946-52.
8. Correspondence: "Western North Carolina Associated Communities", 1946-53.
9. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1946-56.
10. Correspondence: Arrest of Wayne Tahquette and Suspension by S. H. Gillian, 1947.
11. Correspondence: Business/General, 1947-48.
12. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1947-50.
13. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1947-52.
14. Correspondence: Public Relations-Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1947-53.
15. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Business, 1947-54.
16. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1947-55.
17. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1948.
18. Correspondence: Personal; Business, 1948-50.
19. Correspondence: General Indian Affairs Activities, 1949.
20. Correspondence: E. Carl Sink, 1949.
21. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1949-50.
22. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1949-51.
23. Correspondence: Facts about the Cherokee Tribal Committees, 1949-53.
24. Correspondence: Treatment of bears on Cherokee Reservation, 1949-54.

Box 11 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1950.
2. Correspondence: Cherokee Language, 1950-51.
3. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1950-53.
4. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1950-54.
5. Correspondence: Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1950-56.
6. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs-proposed attorney contracts, 1951-52.
7. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1951-53.
8. Correspondence: Eastern Cherokee Indians Progress Reports, 1951-54.
9. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Affairs, 1951-54.
10. Correspondence: Public Health Service and Education, 1951-55.
11. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1951-57.
12. Correspondence: Jennings' candidacy for Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Part I, 1952-53.
13. Correspondence: Jennings' Candidacy for Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Part II, 1952-53.
14. Correspondence: Tribal Council and Summer School, 1952-53.
15. Correspondence: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1952-54.
16. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1952-54.

Box 12 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Personal Bureau Activities, 1952-54.
2. Correspondence: Hopi Indians, 1952-55.
3. Correspondence: Personal Bureau Activities, 1952-63.
4. Correspondence: Higher Education Study - Programs, Town and College Club and Iran Club, 1953.
5. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1953.
6. Correspondence: Organization of Window Rock Office, 1953.
7. Correspondence: W. N. C. A. C. Planning and Development Project, 1953.
8. Correspondence: Reports and By-laws of Southeastern Community Development Association, 1953-54.
9. Correspondence: Cherokee Readjustment; Health Study; Social and Acculturation Studies and Curricula
of Cherokee Indian Schools, 1953-54.
10. Correspondence: Usler L. Burdick, 1953-54.
11. Correspondence: Congressional Bills affecting Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Education, 1953-55.
12. Correspondence: Navajo Indian Tribe, 1953-55.
13. Correspondence: Alex B. Caldwell's Bureau Activities, 1953-61.
14. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency and Bureau's Minneappolis Area Office, 1954.
15. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Minneapolis, Minesota on Cherokee Indian Research, 1954.
16. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from T. H. Givens' Foreign  Operations Administration, 1954.
17. Correspondence: Community Improvement Awards, 1954.
18. Correspondence: Abolishing Office of Superintendent for Cherokee Indian Agency and Joe Jennings transfer
to program coordination staff, 1954.
19. Correspondence: Cherokee Education and Inventory of  property, supplies, and equipment, 1954.

Box 13 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Cherokee Handicrafts; Cherokee Agency Administration; and Policy, 1954-55.
2. Correspondence: 1954 Champion Home Towns Award to Jennings from Collier, 1954-55.
3. Correspondence: Constitution and by-laws of Western North Carolina Associated Communities, 1954-55.
4. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1954-56.
5. Correspondence: Office of Indian Affairs, 1954-57.
6. Correspondence: Indian Preference and Employment, August 24, 1955.
7. Correspondence: On Potomac Corral to the westerners from Ronald Flee, October 27, 1955.
8. Correspondence: Flandrea Termination Program, 1955.
9. Correspondence: Rehabilitation of Indians of Eastern Oklahoma, 1955.
10. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs-Miss Lanie Fleischer, 1955.
11. Correspondence: From Fred H. Massey-Concerning travel expenses, 1955.
12. Correspondence: Program Coordinator Staff, 1955.
13. Correspondence: Relocation, 1955-56.
14. Correspondence: Liquidation of Indian Agency and Public Laws 815, 874, 1955-56.
15. Correspondence: Government and Bureau activities, 1955-56.
16. Correspondence: Government and Bureau activities, 1955-56.
17. Correspondence: Indian Education, 1955-56.
18. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association, 1955-56.
19. Correspondence: Glenn L. Emmons-Speech, 1955-56.
20. Correspondence: Activities of Southeastern Community Development Association, 1955-57.
21. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1955-57.
22. Correspondence: Present Policies of the Forestry Department at Cherokee, North Carolina, 1955-62.
23. Correspondence: Indian tax matters, April 23, 1956.
24. Correspondence: To Senator James E. Murray from Wesley A. D'Wart, April 26, 1956.
25. Correspondence: To Mr. Gail Engle from Secretary of the Interior, May 2, 1956.

Box 14 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956.
2. Correspondence: Haile v. Saunooke-Trade regulations with Indians, 1956.
3. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs - True D. Morse, 1956.
4. Correspondence: Uprooting and relocation of Indians, 1956.
5. Correspondence: Agriculture Rural Development, 1956.
6. Correspondence: Field trip to Aberdeen area and Agency jurisdiction, 1956.
7. Correspondence: Termination of the Indian Claims Commission, 1956.
8. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs - Personal letters to and from Mr. & Mrs. Jennings, 1956-57.
9. Correspondence: Conferences in South Dakota, 1956-57.
10. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1956-60.
11. Correspondence: Susan Nason, March 31, 1957.
12. Correspondence: Joe Jennings' Resignation, 1957.
13. Correspondence: Joe Jennings' Bureau Activities, 1957.
14. Correspondence: General Bureau Activities, 1957.
15. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1957.
16. Correspondence: Joe Jennings' Bureau Activities, 1957-58.
17. Correspondence: Indian Affairs, 1957-59.
18. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Agency, 1957-63.
19. Correspondence: To Jennings from Ben Reifel, 1958-66.
20. Correspondence: Telegram to Manager, Atlantic Hotel from Joe Jennings, February 24, 1959.
21. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1959.
22. Correspondence: Bureau Policy, 1959.
23. Correspondence: Miscellaneous Bureau activities, 1959.
24. Correspondence: Personal Bureau Activities, 1959-62.
25. Correspondence: Manuscript Inventories of Cherokee Historical Association, 1959-63.
26. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association History, 1959-65.

Box 15 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: American Indian Chicago Conference, 1961.
2. Correspondence: Carol White - Cherokee Historical Association, 1962-65.
3. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Carol White-Cherokee, North Carolina, 1963.
4. Correspondence: Cherokee Boys Farm - membership objectives, 1963-64.
5. Correspondence: Carol White, 1963-64.
6. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association - Carol White, 1964-66.
7. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association, 1965.
8. Correspondence: To John Collier from Joe Jennings, 1965.
9. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association, 1965.
10. Correspondence: To Jennings from Collier regarding Jennings' book manuscript, 1966.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from John Collier, 1966.
12. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from James E. Barton, January 31, 1967.
13. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs Policy and Activities, ND.
14. Correspondence: Amendment of Public Law 280, ND.
15. Correspondence: Conversation between Mr. Collier, Antonia Tapia and Mr. Stevens, ND.
16. Correspondence: Typewritten conversation between Mr. Collier, Mr. Sheldon, Joseph Ta Foya, ND.
17. Correspondence: From Bureau of Indian Affairs to various Individuals, ND.
18. Correspondence: Concerning health, ND.
19. Correspondence: Between Woehike and McNickle regarding Mississippi Choctaw Constitution "Outline of the General Problem", ND.
20. Correspondence: Reimbursement for Joe Jennings' travel, ND.
21. Correspondence: Bureau of Indian Affairs Memoranda to Superintendents and field agents, ND.
22. Correspondence: Concerning allegations by Joseph Bruner, O. K. Chandler and Associates, ND.
23. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, ND.
24. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association, ND.
25. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Dale E. Wolfe regarding business, ND.
26. Correspondence/Bank statement/Memorandum/Reports: Bureau Activities, 1935-57.
27. Correspondence/Bulletins/Event programs: Indian Organizations, 1943-56.
28. Correspondence/Bulletins/Reports: Choctaw Indians and Community Development and Activities, 1956.

Box 16 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Event Programs/Reports: Institute on American Indian - Self Government, 1949-54.
2. Correspondence/Income Reports/Legal Briefs/Deeds: Cherokee Indian Council, 1934-54.
3. Correspondence/Inventories/Paintings: Manuscripts stored at Museum of Cherokee Indians, 1959-60.
4. Correspondence/Maps/Memoranda/Reports: Bureau Activities, 1936-37.
5. Correspondence/Map/Newsletter/Pamphlets/Report: Cherokee Indian Agency and Culture, 1947-53.
6. Correspondence/Memoranda: Sale of Indian lands to War Department, 1929-43.
7. Correspondence/Memoranda: Fort Totten Indian Agency and Indian Education, 1930-42.
8. Correspondence/Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs Administration, 1931-43.
9. Correspondence/Memoranda: Menominee and Navajo Education - Flathead Constitution, 1933-36.
10. Correspondence/Memoranda/News/Release/Reports: Bureau Activities, 1933-39.

Box 17 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Memoranda: Bureau Policy, 1933-53.
2. Correspondence/Memoranda: Yuman and Cocopah Indian Land Rights and Fort Apache Indians, 1934-38.
3. Correspondence/Memoranda: Rosebud Indian Agency Soil Conservation, 1934-38.
4. Correspondence/Memoranda: American Association of Indian Affairs, Part I, 1934-45.
5. Correspondence/Memoranda: American Association of Indian Affairs, Part II, 1934-45.
6. Correspondence/Memoranda: Bureau Policy, Part I, 1934-45.
7. Correspondence/Memoranda: Bureau Policy, Part II, 1934-45.
8. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Controversial Issues Regarding Collier Administration, 1935.

Box 18 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Memoranda: Problems with Agency and Public Schools, 1935-48.
2. Correspondence/Memoranda: Tribal Charters on Law and Order Problems - Assignment of Department of Interior Offices, 1937-42.
3. Correspondence/Memoranda: Tribal Finance, 1938-48.
4. Correspondence/Memoranda: Federal Legislation and Policy of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1938-53.
5. Correspondence/Memoranda: Bureau Policy and Resolutions of Fort Belknap Community Council, 1938-61.
6. Correspondence/Memoranda: Tribal Councils and Office of Indian Affairs, 1939-45.
7. Correspondence/Memoranda: Howard-Wheeler Act, 1941.
8. Correspondence/Memoranda: Bureau Activities, 1942.
9. Correspondence/Memoranda: National Congress of American Indians, 1945-56.
10. Correspondence/Memoranda: Information Division of Bureau of  Indian Affairs, 1949.
11. Correspondence/Memoranda: Trading and Missionary Activities of Cherokee Indian Agency, 1949-54.
12. Correspondence/Memoranda: George Stevens, 1953.
13. Correspondence/Memoranda: Liquidation of Tribal Lands and Relocation, 1955.
14. Correspondence/Memoranda: Oliver Lafarge, 1955.
15. Correspondence/Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs' Fee Patent Policy and Tribal Membership, 1955-59.
16. Correspondence/Memoranda: Activities of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956.
17. Correspondence/Memoranda: Indian Council in Nyete, 1956.
18. Correspondence/Memoranda: Cherokee Historical Association, 1960-65.

Box 19 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Memoranda/Newsclippings/Reports: Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1930-83.
2. Correspondence/Memoranda/Newsclippings/Reports: Pine Ridge Indian Agency, 1935.
3. Correspondence/Memoranda/Newsletter/Pamphlets: Community Organization and Development, 1954-57.
4. Correspondence/Memoranda/Pamphlets/Report: Pueblo Indians, 1928-57.
5. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Cherokee Historical Association, 1931-52.
6. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Bureau Policy, 1933-34.
7. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Indian Participation and Bureau Policy, 1933-43.
8. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Collier's activities as Commissioner, 1934-40.

Box 20 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Bureau Activities, 1936.
2. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Bureau Activities, 1936- 43.
3. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Indian Office Order, 1936- 43.
4. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Peyote Indians, 1936-66.
5. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Interviews for Pine Ridge Indian Reservation job, 1937.
6. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Pine Ridge Agency, 1937- 43.
7. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Hoover Commission, 1948-49.
8. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Indian Rights, 1955.
9. Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports: Ethnology of Indians, 1960.

Box 21 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Minutes/Reports: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1953-54.
2. Correspondence/News Clippings: Religion and Indians, 1908-36.
3. Correspondence/News Clippings: Cherokee Indians, 1948-56.
4. Correspondence/News Clippings/Pamphlets: Community Improvement, 1945-52.
5. Correspondence/News Clippings/Pamphlets: Urban Development, 1948-53.
6. Correspondence/Newsletter/Pamphlets/Reports: Indian Rights Association, 1935-57.
7. Correspondence/Newsletters: National Congress of American Indians, 1945-48.
8. Correspondence/News Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs' Activities and Policy, 1928-31.
9. Correspondence/News Releases: Bureau Policy, March 26, 1940.
10. Correspondence/News Releases: Tax, Indian problems, ETSU, Health, 1958-63.
11. Correspondence/News Releases: Stamps, tax, and population problems, 1959-61.
12. Correspondence/News Releases: Indian education, 1962-63.
13. Correspondence/Notes: The Pageant of the Great Smokies, 1937.
14. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Peyote, Indians, Drugs, and Oscar Chapman, 1918-43.
15. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Bureau Affairs, 1922-62.
16. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Indian Agency Schools and Paul Fickinger, 1936-40.
17. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Activities of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1940-63.
18. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Indian dress, laws, and treaties, 1941.
19. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Cherokee Fair, 1949-60.
20. Correspondence/Pamphlets: "Champion Home Town Contest", 1952.
21. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Charles Miller, Relocation and Expansion of Reservations, 1956.
22. Correspondence/Pamphlets: Indian Rights and NCAI Bulletins, 1957-59.

Box 22 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Pamphlets/Reports: "Rate of loss of Hookworms in Absence of Reinfectation", 1930.
2. Correspondence/Pamphlets/Reports: John Collier's Activities as Commissioner, 1936-42.
3. Correspondence/Pamphlets/Reports: Cherokee Historical Association, 1948.
4. Correspondence/Pamphlets/Reports: Cherokee Agency, 1950.
5. Correspondence/Pamphlets/Reports: Cherokee Historical Association, 1950-53.
6. Correspondence/Pamphlets/Reports: Community Development, 1952-54.
7. Correspondence/Reports: "Report of Board of Indian Commissioners on Indian Administration", 1924-45.
8. Correspondence/Reports: Oklahoma and Cherokee Indian Education, 1928-63.
9. Correspondence/Reports: Bureau Policy regarding Management of Indian Resources, 1930-52.

Box 23 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Reports: Fort Hall Boarding School, 1932-33.
2. Correspondence/Reports: Economics, schools of Navajo and Pueblo, 1933-34.
3. Correspondence/Reports: Carrie Lyford to Bureau concerning Education, 1933-34.
4. Correspondence/Reports: Pine Ridge Indian Agency, 1934-43.
5. Correspondence/Reports: Education of Indians, scholarships, bus driver qualifications, 1934-45.
6. Correspondence/Reports: Tribal Constitutions and By-Laws, 1935.
7. Correspondence/Reports: Oglala Boarding School, 1935.
8. Correspondence/Reports: United Pueblo Agency, 1935-43.
9. Correspondence/Reports: Rosebud and Publicatins, 1935-44.
10. Correspondence/Reports: Objectives for Elementary Schools, 1936-39.

Box 24 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Reports: Bureau Activities and Indian Culture, 1936-51.
2. Correspondence/Reports: The Cherokee Indians of the Smokey Mountains - Citizenship, Ethnography and History, 1936-52.
3. Correspondence/Reports: Fort Berthold Agency, 1937-39.
4. Correspondence/Reports: Howard-Wheeler Act and Indian Claims Commission Bill, 1937-44.
5. Correspondence/Reports: Joe McCaskill, 1939-41.
6. Correspondence/Reports: Blood Quantum (rule) for enrollement in Graduate School, 1939-43.
7. Correspondence/Reports: Day Schools on the Cheyenne River Reservation, 1940.
8. Correspondence/Reports: Annual High School Report, Patrons of Cherokee Drama, 1940-55.
9. Correspondence/Reports: "Chemawa Reservation Course", 1941.
10. Correspondence/Reports: Social Economic Cirriculum for Cherokee Reservation School, 1941.
11. Correspondence/Reports: George Fox and Indian Organization, 1942.
12. Correspondence/Reports: Fort Belknap Indian Agency, 1942-45.
13. Correspondence/Reports: Resource Use, 1942-49.
14. Correspondence/Reports: Prospective Charter between Indians and Federal Government, 1942-53.

Box 25 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Reports: Southeastern Community Development-Cherokee Indian Agency, 1943-53.
2. Correspondence/Reports: Employee Compensation Commission - Typhus Fever, 1944-45.
3. Correspondence/Reports: Activites of Secretary of the Interior and Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1946-54.
4. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1947-48.
5. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1947-49.
6. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Historical Association, 1950-53.
7. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Historical Association, 1951-53.
8. Correspondence/Reports: Progress of Cherokee Indian Education and Unto These Hills, 1951-53.
9. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Indian Agencies Forestry  Objectives and Annual Narrative Report, 1951-54.
10. Correspondence/Reports: Dedication of Blue Ridge Parkway, 1951-54.
11. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Indian Craft Sale-Hitchcock  Collection, 1951-60.
12. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Indian Health, Education, and Welfare, 1952-63.

Box 26 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Conference Reports: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1953-54.
2. Correspondence/Reports: Statement of Principles on Indian Affairs, 1953-56.
3. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Historical Association, 1953-56.
4. Correspondence/Reports: Minutes of the Hearings of the Hopi Village, July 17, 1955.
5. Correspondence/Reports: John Collier's Activities in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956-62.
6. Correspondence/Reports: Education on the Standing Rock Reservation, 1957-66.
7. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Historical Association, 1959-66.
8. Correspondence/Reports/Notes: Joe's expenses (general), 1939.
9. Correspondence/Reports/Notes: Bureau history, bulletins, and notes for reports, 1941-55.
10. Correspondence/Requisitions/Shipping Orders: Purchase of rugs for Indian Agency Schools, 1932.
11. Correspondence/Reports/Congressional Record: Bureau Activities, 1941-43.
12. Correspondence/Reports: Joe Jennings' Article on the Plight of the Cherokee, 1959.
13. Correspondence/Pictures: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Part I, 1946-54.
14. Correspondence/Pictures: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Part II, 1946-54.
15. Correspondence/Survey Forms: Cherokee Family Survey, 1950.

Subseries III-B, PERSONAL-GOVERNMENT CORRESPONDENCE, 1934-64, Boxes 27- 32.

Box 27 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Indian Education/Philosophy and Sketch of  the Oglala Boarding School Grounds, 1933-34.
2. Correspondence: Joe Jennings from Audry Jennings, 1934-45.
3. Correspondence: Personal Bureau Activities, 1935-36.
4. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1935-36.
5. Correspondence: General Bureau Activities, 1935-40.
6. Correspondence: Activities of Indian Commissioner Collier, 1935-44.
7. Correspondence: Personal Bureau Business, 1936-37.
8. Correspondence: Mrs. Jennings to Joe Jennings, 1936-40.
9. Correspondence: Sam Thompson, January 1937.
10. Correspondence: Pine Ridge, South Dakota, March 6, 1937.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry Jennings, 1938- 39.

Box 28 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Audry Jennings to Joe Jennings, 1938-40.
2. Correspondence: Hotel Reservations, 1938-40.
3. Correspondence: To Joe From Audry while at Potomac Hotel, Washington, D. C., 1938-40.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at South Dakota from Audry Jennings, 1938-41.
5. Correspondence: To Joe from Audry, 1938-44.
6. Correspondence: To Joe from Audry, 1938-49.
7. Correspondence: To Joe from Jean, February 1939.
8. Correspondence: To Joe while at Washington, D. C. from Audry, March 1939.
9. Correspondence: To Mr. Frank Tom-Per-Saw, August 29, 1939.
10. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Bismarc North Dakota from Audry, September 1939.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Portland, Oregon from Audry, October 1939.
12. Correspondence: Bureau Activities, 1939.
13. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at South Dakota from Audry, 1939-41.
14. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry, 1939-45.

Box 29 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry, 1939-45.
2. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry, 1939-45.
3. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while in Washington, D. C. from Audry, January 1940.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while in Montana from Audry, 1940-41.
5. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Sam Thompson, 1940-41.
6. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Minneapolis, Minnesota from Audry, 1940-42.
7. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Birmingham, Alabama from Audry, March-October 1941.
8. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Nashville, Tennessee from Audry, June and October 1941.
9. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Washington, D. C. from Audry, September 1941.
10. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while in North Carolina from Audry, October 1941.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at New Orleans, Louisiana from Audry, October-December 1941.
12. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Dania, Florida from Audry, December 1941.
13. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Denver, Colorado from Audry, 1941.
14. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Knoxville, Tennessee from Audry, 1941.
15. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Mr. & Mrs. George Fox, 1941.
16. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Lena Bratton, 1941.
17. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from J. S. Rockwell, 1941- 42.
18. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Benjamin Reifel, 1941-42.
19. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Audry, January 1942.
20. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while in New York from Audry, January 1942.
21. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while in Louisiana from Audry, June 1942.
22. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fort Meyers, Florida from Audry, October 1942.
23. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Knoxville, Tennessee from Audry, December 1942.
24. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Fountain City, Tennessee from Audry, 1942.
25. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Stockmen's National Bank, 1942-43.

Box 30 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Cherokee, North Carolina from Audry, February 1943.
2. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Knoxville, Tennessee from Audry, December 1943.
3. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Cherokee, North Carolina from Audry, October 1944.
4. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Philadelphia, Mississippi from Audry, 1944-45.
5. Correspondence: General Bureau Activities, 1944-46.
6. Correspondence: To Audry from Joe Jennings while at Philadelphia, Mississippi, 1945.
7. Correspondence: To Audry from Joe Jennings while at Philadelphia, Mississippi, 1945.
8. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings while at Philadelphia, Mississippi, 1945.
9. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1945.
10. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Harold W. Morris, May- August 1946.
11. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Rockwell, 1946.
12. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1946.
13. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1946-52.
14. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Jonathan M. Steere, 1947.
15. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from George Schmidt, 1948.
16. Correspndence: Personal to Joe Jennings from Ann B. Davis, 1950.
17. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency Commendation Letters, 1950-54.
18. Correspondence: Travel orders, travel vouchers, receipts, Part I, 1950-54.
19. Correspondence: Travel orders, travel vouchers, receipts, Part II, 1950-54.
20. Correspondence: Travel orders, travel vouchers, receipts, Part III, 1950-54.
21. Correspondence: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1951.
22. Correspondence: Graduation, 1951-57.
23. Correspondence: Captive Wild Animals on Cherokee Reservation, 1954.
24. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association from United States Senators, 1954.
25. Correspondence: House construction on Cherokee Property, [Survey Map REMOVED], 1955.
26. Correspondence: General, 1955.
27. Correspondence: To and from Howard Baker, John Jennings, Dr. Sam Brownwell, Francis Case, Karl Mundt, Joe Jennings, 1955.
28. Correspondence: To Joe and Audry Jennings from "The Careys", 1955.
29. Correspondence: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1956.
30. Correspondence: Jennings recommendation for President of  Western North Carolina University, 1956.

Box 31 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Indian Culture from Alison Irvine, 1957.
2. Correspondence: To Mrs. Jennings from Board of National Missions, 1957-59.
3. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Sam Hyatt, December 2, 1958.
4. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association, 1959.
5. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association, 1960.
6. Correspondence: General Bureau Activities, 1960-63.
7. Correspondence: General Bureau Activities, 1961.
8. Correspondence: John Collier, 1961-62.
9. Correspondence/Bulletins/Memoranda/Reports: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1929-54.
10. Correspondence/Course Schedules/Reports/Resolution: Cherokee Historical Association, 1951-53.
11. Correspondence/Event Program: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1947.
12. Correspondence/Event Program: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1950-57.
13. Correspondence/Event Program: Rural Community organization and Development, 1952.
14. Correspondence/Event Program: Small Woodworking Plants Management Conference, 1954.
15. Correspondence/Financial Reports/Newspaper Clippings: Cherokee Historical Association, 1947-52.
16. Correspondence/Memoranda: General Bureau Activities, 1936- 45.
17. Correspondence/Memoranda: Expense Vouchers for Travel, 1938- 40.
18. Correspondence/Memoranda: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1938-47.
19. Correspondence/Memoranda: General Bureau Activities, 1942- 43.
20. Correspondence/Memoranda: Cherokeee Indian Agency from Alex Caldwell, 1946.
21. Correspondence/Memoranda: Development-Swain County, NC, 1947-54.
22. Correspondence/Memoranda: Western North Carolina Associated Communities, 1954.

Box 32 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence/Newsletter/Newspaper Clippings/Reports: Community Development in North Carolina and Cherokee Agency, 1947-56.
2. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings: Cherokee Indians, 1948- 49.
3. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings: Cherokee Historical Association Drama - Unto These Hills, 1949-50.
4. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings: Indian Affairs, 1949-51.
5. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings: Indian Education and Organization, 1949-51.
6. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings: Indian Education, 1949- 51.
7. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings: Tourism in North Carolina and Tennessee, 1951-53.
8. Correspondence/Newspaper Clippings: United States Indian Problem, 1951-64.
9. Correspondence/Personal Notes: Bureau Activities and Indian Culture, 1957-64.
10. Correspondence/Reports: Bureau Activities and proposed Regional Advertising Project, 1939-55.
11. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1944.
12. Correspondence/Reports: Constitution and By-laws for Catawba Indians of South Carolina, 1944-53.
13. Correspondence/Notes: Agricultural Programs at Blackfeet, Rocky Bay, Fort Peck, and Fort Belknap Reservatins, 1946-48.
14. Correspondence/Reports: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1946-53.
15. Correspondence/Reports: Regional Exhibit of Fine Arts and Crafts at Cherokee, North Carolina, 1950-51.
16. Correspondence/Reports: Western North Carolina Association, 1952-54.
17. Correspondence/Reports: Western North Carolina Development, 1953.
18. Correspondence/Reports: State Highway and Public Works Commission, 1954.
19. Correspondence/Reports: Betty Crites, 1959.
20. Correspondence/Reports: Indian Voting Rights, ND.

Subseries III-C, GOVERNMENT MEMORANDA, 1836-1957, Boxes 33-46.

Box 33 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Destitute conditions of the Cherokees-Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1836-1952.
2. Memoranda: To Public School Teachers and Superintendents from United States Department of Interior regarding Education, 1928-33.
3. Memoranda: Indian Affairs - correspondence, 1929-53.
4. Memoranda: Flathead Indian Reservation, 1930-43.
5. Memoranda: Indian Education, 1930-43.
6. Memoranda: Indian Organization - Education, 1930-44.
7. Memoranda: Office of Indian Affairs Activities, 1930-48.
8. Memoranda: Turtle Mountain and Salem Indian Schools, 1931-35.
9. Memoranda: Day School Representatives, August 11, 1932.
10. Memoranda: Pine Ridge and Fort Hall Agencies and Bureau Policy, 1932.
11. Memoranda: Boys' Advisers and Distribution of Surplus Clothing and Food to Children, 1932-35.
12. Memoranda: To and From Branch Chiefs and Fickinger, 1932-44.
13. Memoranda: John Collier and his Administrative Policies, 1933-34.
14. Memoranda: Indian Education, Reorganization Act and Indian Service, 1933-37.
15. Memoranda: Indian Education Policies and Oglala Boarding School, 1933-38.

Box 34 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Indian Service Policies, 1933-38.
2. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs Activities, 1933-39.
3. Memoranda: Educational Loans, 1933-43.
4. Memoranda: Indian Land Use and Planning, 1933-44.
5. Memoranda: Howard-Wheeler Indian Rights Bill, March 6, 1934.
6. Memoranda: To Miss Mary Abigail Bristow from Rose K. Branat Regarding Bureau Policy, May 11, 1934.
7. Memoranda: Indian Groups in the Southern States, 1934.
8. Memoranda: Purchase of Indian Agency Land, 1934-41.
9. Memoranda: Indian Reorganization Act and Living Conditions on the Indian Reservations, 1934-41.
10. Memoranda: Indian Office Circulars, Part I, 1934-44.
11. Memoranda: Indian Office Circulars, Part II, 1934-44.
12. Memoranda: Indian Office Circulars, Part III, 1934-44.
13. Memoranda: Indian Office Circulars, Part IV, 1934-44.
14. Memoranda: Indian Office Circulars, Part V, 1934-44.
15. Memoranda: Indian Office Circulars, Part VI, 1934-44.
16. Memoranda: Indian Office Circulars, Part VII, 1934-44.

Box 35 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Tribal Relations, 1934-45.
2. Memoranda: Indian Organization, Revenue, Health, Education-Oglala Since Tribal Council, 1934-49.
3. Memoranda: General - Indian Affairs, 1934-52.
4. Memoranda: Federal Regulations Governing the Conduct of Indians, February 28, 1935.
5. Memoranda: To Mr. Dodd concerning Elections, October 8, 1935.
6. Memoranda: Court of Claims Roll of Indians of California, 1935.
7. Memoranda: Indian Affairs and Adult Education, 1935.
8. Memoranda: Resettlement Program, 1935.
9. Memoranda: Papago and Chippewa - Tribal Dances and Ceremonies, 1935.
10. Memoranda: Land Division-Papago Reservation, 1935-38.
11. Memoranda: Indian Rights Association - Navajo Reservation - Agriculture, Reorganization of Land Management, 1935-39.
12. Memoranda: Living Conditions on Indian Reservations, 1935-41.
13. Memoranda: Tribal Policy and Council Actions of the Cheyenne Sioux, 1935-44.
14. Memoranda: Office of Indian Affairs Activities, 1935-44.
15. Memoranda: Indian Problems, 1935-54.

Box 36 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Mr. Collier Report on Operations of the I. R. A., December 12, 1936.
2. Memoranda: Indian Rehabilitation and Policy Analysis, 1936.
3. Memoranda: Proposed Seperate Tribal Organization for the Commanche Tribe of Oklahoma, 1936.
4. Memoranda: To the Commissioner from Joe Jennings, Field Administrator in Charge of Indian Organization
Regarding the fiscal year, 1936-37.
5. Memoranda: Pine Ridge - Indian Agency, 1936-38.
6. Memoranda: Indian Tribal Charters and Indian Service Policies, 1936-39.
7. Memoranda: Reorganization and Decentralization of the Indian Service Office, 1936-40.
8. Memoranda: Indian Affairs Policy, 1936-43.
9. Memoranda: Tribal Membership and Rolls, 1936-43.
10. Memoranda: Indian Service Affairs, 1936-49.
11. Memoranda: Ceasing of Agency Reserves, 1937.
12. Memoranda: Winnebago Indian Agency, 1937.
13. Memoranda: Red Cliff Reservation, 1937.
14. Memoranda: Indian Reorganization Act, 1937.
15. Memoranda: Indian Reorganization Act, 1937.
16. Memoranda: Bureau Activities - Reorganization, 1937-38.
17. Memoranda: Indian Education, 1937-38.
18. Memoranda: Indian Service Affairs, 1937-38.
19. Memoranda: Education and Indian Affairs, 1937-39.
20. Memoranda: Indiana Reservations, 1937-41.
21. Memoranda: Department of Interior Commission Reports, 1937- 55.

Box 37 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Civil Service Examination, 1938.
2. Memoranda: Bureau Field Activities, 1938.
3. Memoranda: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1938.
4. Memoranda: Social Welfare, 1938.
5. Memoranda: Indian Education, 1938-41.
6. Memoranda: Commissioner of Indian Affairs Activities, 1938-41.
7. Memoranda: Indian Courts - Jurisdiction, 1938-48.
8. Memoranda: Department of the Interior Activities, 1938-49.
9. Memoranda: Flandreau Santee and Sioux Indians, 1938-56.
10. Memoranda: Minnesota Department of Education, 1939.
11. Memoranda: Denver Conference on Tribal Funds, 1939.
12. Memoranda: Legislative Committee on Education, 1939.
13. Memoranda: Leave Requests and Accounting Reports, 1939.
14. Memoranda: Principles and Problems of the Indian Service Administration, 1939.
15. Memoranda: North Dakota Indians and State Law, 1939.
16. Memoranda: American Association of Indian Rights, 1939-42.
17. Memoranda: Office of Indian Affairs Activities, 1939-42.
18. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1939-42.
19. Memoranda: Florida Seminole Agency, 1939-45.
20. Memoranda: Liquidating Pembroke, North Carolina, 1939-45.
21. Memoranda: Department of the Interior Activities, 1940.
22. Memoranda: Administrative Changes in the Souix Area, 1940.
23. Memoranda: Peyote and Navajo Tribal Council, 1940.
24. Memoranda: Indian Office Reorganization, 1940.
25. Memoranda: Accomplishments of the Department, 1940.
26. Memoranda: Administrative Affairs-Sioux Area, 1940.
27. Memoranda: National Resources Planning Board, 1940.
28. Memoranda: Indian Resources Branch, 1940-41.
29. Memoranda: Ward Shepard - Office of Indian Affairs, 1940-42.

Box 38 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Chief Zimmerman's Activities, 1940-42.
2. Memoranda: Indian Affairs, Education, Policy and Planning, 1940-45.
3. Memoranda: Regarding Reorganization, 1940-51.
4. Memoranda: Social and Economic Problems in the Great Plains States, 1940-54.
5. Memoranda: General Indian Affairs Administration Activities, 1940-56.
6. Memoranda: Report on the conference held in McCaskell's Office, April 1941.
7. Memoranda: Discussion of Land Purchases, May 1, 1941.
8. Memoranda: Meetings with Indian Groups on the Fort Belknap Reservation, August 24, 1941.
9. Memoranda: Meetings with Indian Groups on the Fort Belknap Reservation, 1941.
10. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs Policy, 1941-52.
11. Memoranda: General Operation of Bureau, January 1942-December 1942.
12. Memoranda: Rosebud, South Dakota - Minutes of Meeting, November 7, 1942.
13. Memoranda: The Alabama-Quassaite Tribal Town, 1942.
14. Memoranda: Improving Tribal Ordinances Relative to Wildlife Conservation, 1942.
15. Memoranda: Criteria for Alaska Reservation, 1942.
16. Memoranda: Tribal Records, 1942.
17. Memoranda: Joe Jennings Activities - Superintendent in Louisiana, 1942-44.
18. Memoranda: Administration of Native Affairs and Bylaws of Oklahoma, 1942-52.
19. Memoranda: Regarding Henry Thomas Haite, Jr. vs. Osley Bird Saunooke - Development of Eastern Cherokee, 1942-57.
20. Memoranda: Regarding Indian Self-Government and Leadership, 1942-57.
21. Memoranda: Chicago Office of Indian Affairs - Activities, July 26, 1943.
22. Memoranda: Tribal Relations and Education, October 27, 1943.
23. Memoranda: Department of Interior-Planning, November 15, 1943.
24. Memoranda: Indian Activities and the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, 1943.
25. Memoranda: Proposed Letter to Commissioner Johnson, 1943.
26. Memoranda: Tribal Relations, Education, Law and Order - Custom Marriage and Divorce, 1943.
27. Memoranda: Flathead Reservation (Howard-Wheeler Act Influence on Flathead, Indiana), 1943.
28. Memoranda: Rehabilitation of Sioux Tribes, 1943-49.

Box 39 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Federal Compensation for Boundary Tree Tribal Enterprise, 1943-50.
2. Memoranda: Responsibility for Tribal Relations-Health, Education, Welfare, 1943-56.
3. Memoranda: Federal Aid and Reapportionment, October 11, 1944.
4. Memoranda: Collecting Fees from Indians for Health Services and Standards for Acceptable Medical Programs, 1944.
5. Memoranda: Bureau Policies, 1944.
6. Memoranda: Regarding Tribal Policies and Participation in Self-Government, 1944.
7. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs Activities, 1944-45.
8. Memoranda: John Collier Resignation, January 24, 1945.
9. Memoranda: Economic Development of Qualla Indian Reservation, 1945.
10. Memoranda: "Administrator's Outline for Study of the Indian Health Program", 1945.
11. Memoranda: Bureau Policy, 1946.
12. Memoranda: Indian Education Policy, 1946-51.
13. Memoranda: Disposal of Unserviceable Property, 1946-53.
14. Memoranda: Assignment of Agencies and Reservations to Inheritance, March 24, 1947.
15. Memoranda: Indian Arts and Crafts, 1947.
16. Memoranda: Consolidations of Agencies and Reservation Programs, 1947-49.
17. Memoranda: Indian Legislation and Regulations for Cherokee and Navajo Traders, 1947-53.
18. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs (Appointment Funds), 1948.
19. Memoranda: Tribal Council Resolutions, 1948-54.
20. Memoranda: Reimbursements for Travel Expenses, 1950.
21. Memoranda: Hornbuckle, Catawba Pottery, 1950.
22. Memoranda: Proposed Civil Service Examination for Teachers and Eligibility, 1950.
23. Memoranda: Programming for Indian Social and Economic Improvement-Census Procedures, 1950-56.
24. Memoranda: Bureau Activities, 1950-58.
25. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs Activities, 1950-60.

Box 40 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: SMC Summer Training School, January 10, 1951.
2. Memoranda: Bureau Activities, 1951.
3. Memoranda: Indian Assimilation, Placement, Relocation, Wardship, and Land Use, 1951-54.
4. Memoranda: To Warren Spaukling from Staff Members, February 1952.
5. Memoranda: General Information to Superintendent, 1952-54.
6. Memoranda: Bureau of Indians Affairs-Policies (McKay), 1953- 54.
7. Memoranda: Cherokee Reservation and Tribal Status, 1953-57.
8. Memoranda: Health Needs of the Navajo Indians, February 3, 1954.
9. Memoranda: Special Recommendations Concerning Appropriation for Surplus Funds-Finance Committee, 1954.
10. Memoranda: Bureau Policy and the Howard-Wheeler Act, 1954.
11. Memoranda: Congressional Policy-Cheyenne River, December 1954-April 1955.
12. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs "Terminations", 1954-56.
13. Memoranda: New Regulations for Constitutional Elections of Some Indian Tribes, 1954-56.

Box 41 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda: Indian Relocation, October 12, 1955.
2. Memoranda: Procedures for Routing Forms - Cherokee Agency, 1955.
3. Memoranda: Increased Annuities for Federal Civil Service Retirement, 1955.
4. Memoranda: Financial Assistance and Correspondence Procedures, 1957.
5. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs - Competency of Program Coordination Staff, 1955.
6. Memoranda: To Homer B. Jenkins, from Joe Jennings regarding Desk Audit, 1955.
7. Memoranda: Organization of Indian Service, 1955.
8. Memoranda: Statement on Fee Patenting, 1955.
9. Memoranda: Conduct of Tribal Government and CFR Review, 1955-56.
10. Memoranda: General Bureau Activities, 1955-56.
11. Memoranda: Adult Education and Training Programs, 1955-57.
12. Memoranda: Organization and Functions of Bureau Management Planning, 1956.
13. Memoranda: State Legislation, 1956.
14. Memoranda: Appointment of Federal Extension Representative by United States Department of Agriculture to
work on Indian Program, 1956.
15. Memoranda: Distribution of Indian Affairs Manual, 1956.
16. Memoranda: Availability of Research Service in Central Office, 1956.
17. Memoranda: Bureau Policies, 1956.
18. Memoranda: United States Department of Agriculture Federal Extension Service-Current Developments, 1956.
19. Memoranda: Relocation Services, 1956.
20. Memoranda: Henry Heite, Jr., et al. v. Osley Bird Saunooke and Bertha Saunooke; "Cherokee's and the United
States Civil Action 1544," 1956.
21. Memoranda: Bureau of Indian Affairs and Manual Release, February 1, 1957.
22. Memoranda: Navajo Relocation, 1957.
23. Memoranda: Management Training and Improvement, 1957.
24. Memoranda: Participation in Rural Development Program, 1957.
25. Memoranda: General Bureau Affairs Activities, 1962-63.
26. Memoranda/Report: Bureau Activities, 1919-50.
27. Memoranda/Report: Teachers in the Indian Service, 1931-34.

Box 42 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda/Report: Pine Ridge Reservation (Finances), 1931-41.
2. Memoranda/Report: Office of Indian Affairs, 1933-46.
3. Memoranda/Report: Indian Affairs Policy on Education and Social Customs, 1933-49.
4. Memoranda/Report: General Bureau Affairs Activities, 1934- 38.
5. Memoranda/Report: John Collier's Activities as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1934-40.
6. Memoranda/Report: Indian Reorganization Act, 1934-35.
7. Memoranda/Report: Tribal Relations, 1934-55.
8. Memoranda/Report: Bureau Policy and Federal Legislation, 1935.
9. Memoranda/Report: Past Policies in Indian Administration, 1935.
10. Memoranda/Report: "Powers to be Delegated to Regional Administrator", April 24, 1936.
11. Memoranda/Report: "Indian Culture and Bureau Policy", 1936.

Box 43 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda/Report: Indian Service Policies, 1939.
2. Memoranda/Report: Indian Service Policies, 1939.
3. Memoranda/Report: Indian Service Policies, 1939.
4. Memoranda/Report: Planning and Development, 1940.
5. Memoranda/Report: Planning, 1940.
6. Memoranda/Report: Peyote - An Insiduous Evil, 1940.
7. Memoranda/Report: Agenda for Interviews and Evaluations, March 1941.
8. Memoranda/Report: Agenda for interviews, 1941.
9. Memoranda/Report: Louisiana Indians - Croatans, 1941.
10. Memoranda/Report: General Indian Affairs, Activities, 1941- 45.

Box 44 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda/Report: Relocation Project - "Poston", 1942-43.
2. Memoranda/Report: Pine Ridge - "New Deal for American Indians", 1942-43.
3. Memoranda/Report: Bureau Organization Policies, 1943.
4. Memoranda/Report: Papago Tribal Council, 1943-60.
5. Memoranda/Report: Pine Ridge Reservation, 1944.
6. Memoranda/Report: Cherokee Historical Association and Cherokee Reservation Activities, 1947-53.
7. Memoranda/Report: Study of the Organization and Management Practices of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1947-53.
8. Memoranda/Report: Bureau Activies, 1950-54.
9. Memoranda/Report: Boss-Nugent Report, 1952.
10. Memoranda/Report: Commissioner Glen L. Emmons Reports on Indian Affairs, 1953-55.

Box 45 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda/Report: Principal Developments in Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953-55.
2. Memoranda/Report: Indian Resolutions, 1953-56.
3. Memoranda/Report: Indian Policy - Beginning with Dillon Myer, 1953-57.
4. Memoranda/Report: McKay Administration of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953-61.
5. Memoranda/Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs Survey Team Report, 1954.
6. Memoranda/Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs Organizational Adjustments, 1954-56.
7. Memoranda/Report: Indian Arts and Crafts, 1955-56.
8. Memoranda/Report: Indian Relocation, 1956-57.
9. Memoranda/Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs Relocation and  Vocational Training, ND.

Box 46 - Folder #:

1. Memoranda/Report: Bureau Policy, ND.
2. Memoranda/Report: John Collier's Activities as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, ND.
3. Memoranda/Report/News Clippings: John Collier, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1922-44.
4. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: John Collier, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1933-37.
5. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: Bureau Policy and Activities, 1940-42.
6. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: Inter-Tribal Council Resolutions, 1955.
7. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: Indian Council-Problems with Indian Land, ND.
8. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: Rehabilitation of the Indian Reservations, ND.
9. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: Drafting of Tribal Constitutions, ND.
10. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: Financial Systems of Organized Tribes, ND.
11. Memoranda/Report/Pamphlets: Drafting of Tribal Constitutions, ND.

Subseries III-D, PERSONAL RESEARCH NOTES, 1931-1955, Boxes 46-50.

Box 46(cont.) - Folder #:

12. Manuscript: Book Two, Part I - Indian History and Culture, 1934-35.
13. Manuscript: Book Two, Part II - Indian History and Culture, 1934-35.
14. Manuscript: Book Two, Part III - Indian History and Culture, 1934-35.

Box 47 - Folder #:

1. Manuscript: Book One, Parts I and II - Indian History, 1935- 36.
2. Manuscript: Book One, Part III - Indian History, 1935-36.
3. Personal Notes: Indian Culture and Religious Freedom, 1931.
4. Personal Notes: Bureau of Indian Affairs Policy and Activities, 1931-34.
5. Personal Notes: Indian History and Culture, 1934.
6. Personal Notes: Indian History and Culture, 1934-35.
7. Personal Notes: Indian History and Culture, 1934-35.
8. Personal Notes: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1935.

Box 48 - Folder #:

1. Personal Notes: Sioux Indians and Sioux Policies, 1935-56.
2. Personal Notes: Integration of Indian Service; Tribal Rights and Reservation Problems; and Curriculum and Education, 1937-39.
3. Personal Notes: Indian Agencies, 1940-41.
4. Personal Notes: History of Indian Education and the Brookings Institute, 1940-57.
5. Personal Notes: Indian Organizations, 1944-55.
6. Personal Notes: Civil Service Applicant, Violet V. Anderson, 1949.
7. Personal Notes: Travel Vouchers, 1954-57.
8. Personal Notes: Community Development, 1955.
9. Personal Notes: Bibliography of Indian Heritage, History, and Culture, 1965-1966.

Box 49 - Folder #:

1. Personal Notes: Science-grass, spores, Fungus, ND.
2. Personal Notes: Indian Culture, ND.
3. Personal Notes: Indian Education, ND.
4. Personal Notes: Research, ND.
5. Personal Notes: Indian Culture and History, ND.
6. Personal Notes: Condition of the California Indians, ND.
7. Personal Notes: Bureau of Indian Affairs, ND.
8. Personal Notes: Cherokee Indians, ND.
9. Personal Notes: United Foreign Missions of 1887 and Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1825-1900, ND.
10. Personal Notes: Mohawk Conferences 1887-1904 and Indian Education 1899-1904, ND.
11. Personal Notes: Zumi Industries and Industrial Developments, ND.

Box 50 - Folder #:

1. Personal Notes: Indian Education, ND.
2. Personal Notes: Indian Missions and Education, ND.
3. Personal Notes: Sioux Indians. ND.
4. Personal Notes: Indian Education, ND.
5. Personal Notes: Indian Education - Seger Colony 1900-1909, ND.
6. Personal Notes: Jenning's Journal Regarding Indian Service, ND.
7. Personal Notes: County Agricultural Planning and Development, ND.
8. Personal Notes: Home Economics, ND.
9. Personal Notes: Memoranda to Commissioner, ND.
10. Personal Notes: Outlines and Itineraries, ND.
11. Personal Notes: Commissioners of Indian Affairs, ND.
12. Personal Notes: Indian Education, ND.
13. Personal Notes: Departmental Circulars, ND.
14. Personal Notes: Collier-Ryan Administration, ND.
15. Personal Notes: Indian Education, ND.

Series IV, GOVERNMENT AND AGENCY PUBLICATIONS, 1802-1965, Boxes 1-96.

Series IV has been arranged into nine subseries that correspond to the nine types of material included within this series. The material included in all nine subseries is arranged alphabetically according content type and then chronologically within each grouping. Like the records in series III, there are folders that contain several different types of material relating to a single subject; these are arranged alphabetically according to the media type that is most prevalent within each folder.

Subseries IV-A, BULLETINS, 1910-1965, Boxes 1-3.

Box 1 - Folder #:

1. Bulletin: Handbook of American Indians, 1910.
2. Bulletin: Indian Culture, 1910-35.
3. Bulletin: The Sherman Bulletin, 1913-27.
4. Bulletin: Indian Citizenship, 1924.
5. Bulletin: Navajo, Oklahoma, and Pueblo Indian Culture, 1924- 49.
6. Bulletin: The American Indian and Government Indian Administration, 1926.
7. Bulletin: American Indian Life, 1927-1930.
8. Bulletin: Flying Arrows Indian School, November 1933.
9. Bulletin: Civil Service Job Descriptions, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1933-41.
10. Bulletin: Adult Education Curriculum, 1934.
11. Bulletin: Indian Health and Education, 1936-65.
12. Bulletin: Preliminary Report on the Peyote, 1937.
13. Bulletin: Indian Education Curriculum, 1937-39.
14. Bulletin: Tourism in North Carolina, 1937-50.

Box 2 - Folder #:

1. Bulletin: Cherokee Culture and Indian Reservation, 1938-54.
2. Bulletin: Bureau of Inidan Affairs Policy, 1938-55.
3. Bulletin: Bureau Activities, 1939.
4. Bulletin: Indian Culture and History, 1939-57.
5. Bulletin: Indian Problems and Solutions, 1939-61.
6. Bulletin: Friends of the Public School, September 1940-56.
7. Bulletin: Navajo Indian Education and Culture, 1940-56.
8. Bulletin: Fort Belknap Community News, 1941.
9. Bulletin: The Minnesota Chippewa Bulletin, 1941-46.
10. Bulletin: News Bulletin of the Experiment in Applied Economics, 1943.
11. Bulletin: Cherokee Indian Education and Employment, 1943-53.
12. Bulletin: American Indian Culture, 1943-56.
13. Bulletin: Highlights of Veteran Agriculture Program, 1946.
14. Bulletin: Community and Agricultural Development, 1946-47.
15. Bulletin: Fort Berthold and Fort Belknap Agency Activities, 1946-62.
16. Bulletin: National Congress of American Indians, 1949-64.
17. Bulletin: Inspection Service Bulletin, 1950.
18. Bulletin: The Health Bulletin, 1950.
19. Bulletin: Cherokee Mountainside Theater, 1950-52.
20. Bulletin: Eastern States Archeological Federation, 1951.
21. Bulletin: Smoke Signals, 1951-56.

Box 3 - Folder #:

1. Bulletin: Fort Berthold Agency, 1952.
2. Bulletin: Community Development Association, 1953-56.
3. Bulletin: Indian Agriculture, 1956-62.
4. Bulletin: Corral Dust, 1957.
5. Bulletin: National Congress of American Indians, 1957.
6. Bulletin: Western North Carolina Historical Assocation, 1957.
7. Bulletin: Indian Rights Association, 1958-64.
8. Bulletin: Institute of Indian Studies-News Reports, 1959-63.
9. Bulletin: Indian Education, 1961-65.

Subseries IV-B, PAMPHLETS, 1810-1966, Boxes 3-15.

Box 3(cont.) - Folder #:

10. Event Programs: Dedication of McGregor Hall, 1932.
11. Event Programs: Twenty-Seventh Annual Mesquakie Indian Pow-wow, 1940.
12. Event Programs: Minneapolis Area Superintendents Meeting, 1953.
13. Pamphlet: Sermon Before the Society for Propagating the Gospel Among Indians and Others in North America, 1810.
14. Pamphlet: History of the United States with Indian Maps, 1840.
15. Pamphlet: Effort and Failure to Civilize the Aborigines, 1868.

Box 4 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Report Upon the Condition and Management of Certain Indian Agencies in the Indian territory, 1877.
2. Pamphlet: Brief on Behalf of the Cherokee Nation, 1879.
3. Pamphlet: An Essay on Our Indian Question, 1882.
4. Pamphlet: Israelite and Indian: A parallel in Planes of Culture, 1889.
5. Pamphlet: Removals and Appointments in the Indian Service, 1889.
6. Pamphlet: Indian Culture and History, 1891-1955.
7. Pamphlet: Syllabus of Language Work for Day Schools, 1894.
8. Pamphlet: Rules for the Indian School Service, 1894-1900.
9. Pamphlet: Gospel Among the Heathens, 1895.
10. Pamphlet: The Dawes Commission and the Five Civilized Tribes of the Indian Territory, 1896.
11. Pamphlet: The Need of Studying the Indian in Order to Teach Him, 1897.
12. Pamphlet: Indian School Management, 1897.
13. Pamphlet: Indian Rights Association, 1897.
14. Pamphlet: Who was the Medicine Man?, 1904-05.
15. Pamphlet: Teaching the Rudiments of Cooking for Use in Indian Schools, 1906.
16. Pamphlet: The Pleas of Our Brown Brother, 1906.
17. Pamphlet: Routes to Indian Agencies and Schools, 1907-41.
18. Pamphlet: Richard Bourne - Missionary to the Mashpee Indians, 1908.
19. Pamphlet: Our duty to the Sioux, 1909-09.
20. Pamphlet: Inspecting and Investigating Officials of the Office of Indian Affairs, 1909.

Box 5 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Program of the Department of Indian Education, 1909.
2. Pamphlet: Manual for Indian Schools, 1910.
3. Pamphlet: Farm and Home Mechanics, 1911.
4. Pamphlet: Social Plays, Games, Marches, Old Folk Dances and Rhythmic Movements, 1911.
5. Pamphlet: Openings and Sales of Indian Lands, 1911.
6. Pamphlet: Executive Orders Relating to Indian Reservations, July 1, 1912-July 1, 1922.
7. Pamphlet: Bureau of Immigration, December 19, 1912.
8. Pamphlet: The Indian and Citizenship, 1912.
9. Pamphlet: Regulations Concerning the Handling of Individual Indian Money, 1913.
10. Pamphlet: Rules for Indian School Service, 1913.
11. Pamphlet: Laws and Regulations Relating to Indians and Their Lands, 1913.
12. Pamphlet: Phonetic Transcription of Indian Languages, 1916.
13. Pamphlet: Roster of Officers of United States Indian Service, 1916.
14. Pamphlet: Snap Shots from the Everglades of Florida - Jungle Life of the Seminoles, 1917.
15. Pamphlet: The American Indian Magazine, 1919.
16. Pamphlet: Oglala Boarding School, February 1919.
17. Pamphlet: Peyote, the Narcotic Mescal Button of the Indians, 1921.
18. Pamphlet: Rules and Relulations of Competency and Sale of Indian lands, 1922.
19. Pamphlet: Indian School Supervisors Conference, 1923.
20. Pamphlet: On California Indian Education, 1923-25.
21. Pamphlet: Indian Religion, 1923-43.
22. Pamphlet: On Indian Education and Census, 1923-56.
23. Pamphlet: The Indian Problem, 1924.
24. Pamphlet: Indian Policies-Comments on the Resolutions of the Advisory Council on Indian Affairs, 1924.
25. Pamphlet: And for People, 1924.
26. Pamphlet: Indian Policy and Bureau Regulations, 1924-28.
27. Pamphlet: Indian Problem - Problems in Administration, 1924- 33.

Box 6 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: A Plea for the Indian Citizens of United States, 1925.
2. Pamphlet: Education of the Indians, 1926.
3. Pamphlet: Statement of George Vaux, Jr., Extension Remarks of Honorable Scott Leavitt, 1926.
4. Pamphlet: The American Indian and Government Indian Administration, 1926.
5. Pamphlet: Fifty Years Among the Dakota Indians, 1926.
6. Pamphlet: Indian Home Life, 1926.
7. Pamphlet: Indian Population in United States and Alaska, 1926-40.
8. Pamphlet: Are our Treaties with Indians, Scraps of Paper?, 1927.
9. Pamphlet: Parts of Annual report - Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1927.
10. Pamphlet: Education of the Indians, 1927.
11. Pamphlet: Act Making Appropriations for the Department of the Interior for Fiscal Year Ending, 1927.
12. Pamphlet: Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 1927.
13. Pamphlet: Indian Culture, 1927-33.
14. Pamphlet: Indian Religion and Economy, 1927-36.
15. Pamphlet: Indian Policy and Administration, 1927-46.
16. Pamphlet: Indian Policies and Relations, 1927-55.
17. Pamphlet: Indian Music, 1928.
18. Pamphlet: The Problem of Indian Administration, 1928.
19. Pamphlet: The Old Shawnee Mission, 1928.
20. Pamphlet: Early Days at Antee, 1928.
21. Pamphlet: The Story of Geologic Making of North Carolina, 1928.
22. Pamphlet: Our Indian Citizens: Their Crisis, 1928.
23. Pamphlet: The Social Heritage of the Indian Girl, 1928. 24. Pamphlet: The United States Indians Historical References, 1928.
25. Pamphlet: Dean, Commissioners, and Supervision Issues, 1928-63.
26. Pamphlet: Remarks of Honorable Burton and Wheeler of Montana-Indian Affairs, 1929.
27. Pamphlet: American Indian Life, 1929.

Box 7 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Manual for Cooks in the Indian Service, 1929.
2. Pamphlet: General Data Concerning Indian Reservations, 1929.
3. Pamphlet: Regulations of United States Indian Service, 1929.
4. Pamphlet: Peyote Indians, 1929-43.
5. Pamphlet: Education and Development of Indians, 1929-52.
6. Pamphlet: Claims of the Seminole Indians Against the United States, 1930.
7. Pamphlet: Indian Culture, 1930.
8. Pamphlet: American Indian Life, 1930.
9. Pamphlet: Revision and Codification of the Statutes Affecting American Indians, 1931.
10. Pamphlet: Eastern Association on Indian Affairs Incorporated, Modernizing an Old System, 1931.
11. Pamphlet: Cooperation in Indian Administration, 1931.
12. Pamphlet: Seminole Indians Survey for Senate, 1931.
13. Pamphlet: Treatment of Indians-Speech by Honorable Elmer Thomas, 1931.
14. Pamphlet: American Indian Life, 1931.
15. Pamphlet: The Progress of Indian Legislation and Administration, 1931.
16. Pamphlet: Reports/Indian Culture and Pine Ridge Reservation, 1931-33.
17. Pamphlet: Concerning Indian Education and Administration, 1931-56.

Box 8 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: The Missionary Review of the World, 1932.
2. Pamphlet: Federal Reporter, 1932.
3. Pamphlet: Survey of Seminole Indians of Florida, 1932.
4. Pamphlet: American Indian Legends, 1932.
5. Pamphlet: Routes to Indian Agencies and Schools, 1932.
6. Pamphlet: Social Hygiene in Racial Problems, the Indians, 1932.
7. Pamphlet: Indian Social and Home Core, 1932-33.
8. Pamphlet: Indian Education and Home Klans, 1932-45.
9. Pamphlet: Indian Law Enforcement and Local Government, 1932- 57.
10. Pamphlet: The Place of the Social Worker in the Indian Service Program, 1933.
11. Pamphlet: Survey of Conditions Among the Indians of the United States, 1933.
12. Pamphlet: Condition of Indians in the United States, 1933.
13. Pamphlet: Administration of the Affairs of the Natives of Alaska, 1933.
14. Pamphlet: American Indians, 1933-51.

Box 9 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Southwest Indians, classnotes, 1934.
2. Pamphlet: Indian Land Problems and Policies, 1934.
3. Pamphlet: History of Allotment Policy by D. S. Otis, 1934.
4. Pamphlet: Indians on a New Trial, 1934.
5. Pamphlet: Second Inter-American Indian Conference, 1934-49.
6. Pamphlet: Indians, 1935.
7. Pamphlet: The Literature of Native Administration, 1935.
8. Pamphlet: Material for Use in Intermediate Classes, Bessie R. Dixon, 1935.
9. Pamphlet: Correspondence, Social Science Research Council, 1935.
10. Pamphlet: Regulations Relating to the Determination of Heirs and Approval of Wills Except Members
of the Five Civilized Tribes and Osage Indians, 1935.
11. Pamphlet: Event Programs-Cherokee Agency activities, 1935-60.
12. Pamphlet: Public Health, 1936.
13. Pamphlet: Manual for Cooks, 1936.
14. Pamphlet: My Friend the Indian, 1936.
15. Pamphlet: Peyote and Pueblo Indians, 1936-52.
16. Pamphlet: Enrollment of Mississippi Choctaw Indians, 1937.
17. Pamphlet: The First Two Seasons Awatovi, 1937.
18. Pamphlet: A Cherokee Daughter of Mount Holyokee, 1937.
19. Pamphlet: Indian Service Summer Schools, 1937-51.

Box 10 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Working Together in Cherokee Communities, 1937-54.
2. Pamphlet: Indian Education and Summer School, 1937-65.
3. Pamphlet: The New Day for the Indians, December 1938.
4. Pamphlet: Annual Report from Secretary of Interior, 1938.
5. Pamphlet: Indians of the United States, 1939.
6. Pamphlet: The Educational Record, 1939.
7. Pamphlet: Drink and the Indians, 1939.
8. Pamphlet: Educational Service for Indians, 1939.
9. Pamphlet: Indians Aren't Red, 1939.
10. Pamphlet: Agriculture, Economics, and Rural Sociology, 1939.
11. Pamphlet: Cherokee Culture and Indian Education, 1939-51.
12. Pamphlet: Indian Truth and Annual Report of the Commission of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1939-54.
13. Pamphlet: Art in Your Community, December 1940.

Box 11 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Not Guilty, 1940.
2. Pamphlet: Uncle Sam Develops a New Kind of Rural School, 1940.
3. Pamphlet: Indians of Southern California, 1940.
4. Pamphlet: Northern Pacific Railway, 1941.
5. Pamphlet: School and Society, 1941.
6. Pamphlet: Indians Yesterday and Today, 1941.
7. Pamphlet: Bureau Employee Handbook of Information, 1941-50.
8. Pamphlet: Bibliography on the Agriculture of the American Indians, 1942.
9. Pamphlet: A Special Case of a World Education Program, 1942.
10. Pamphlet: What of Our Aborigines, 1943.
11. Pamphlet: Indian Education and Community Recreation Programs, 1943.
12. Pamphlet: Outline and Procedure for Teaching Agriculture in Indian Schools, 1943.
13. Pamphlet: Directory of Indian Service Units, 1943.
14. Pamphlet: The Role of the Education Field Agent, 1943.
15. Pamphlet: Elementary Reading Outline and Treatment, 1943.
16. Pamphlet: Christmas at Pine Ridge, 1943-44.
17. Pamphlet: Indian Service Summer Schools, 1944.
18. Pamphlet: Bureau Activities Under Commissioner Zimmerman, 1944-49.

Box 12 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Rights of American Indians and Indian Affairs, 1944-61.
2. Pamphlet: Indian Education and Post-War Planning Conference, 1944-65.
3. Pamphlet: The Story of Deganawidah, 1946.
4. Pamphlet: Minimum Essential Goals for Indian Schools, 1946.
5. Pamphlet: Textbooks Authorized for Use in the United States Indian Service, 1946.
6. Pamphlet/Newsletter: North Carolina Tourism, 1946-50.
7. Pamphlet: Cherokee Indian Fair Programs, 1946-59.
8. Pamphlet: Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1947.
9. Pamphlet: Ten Years of Tribal Government Under the Indian Reorganization Act, 1947.
10. Pamphlet: Official Organization Handbook, United States Department of the Interior, 1947.
11. Pamphlet: Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1947-50.
12. Pamphlet: Cherokee Education, Culture, Religion, and Reservation, 1947-56.
13. Pamphlet: The Navaho's Tragedy, 1948.
14. Pamphlet: Haskell Institute-Lawrence, Kansas, 1948.
15. Pamphlet: Blue Ridge Parkway, 1949.
16. Pamphlet: Questions and Answers about American Indians, 1949. 17. Pamphlet: The Pre-Iroquaian Pottery of New York State, 1949.
18. Pamphlet: The Problem of Medical Care for Navajo Indians, 1949.
19. Pamphlet: Indian Culture, 1950.

Box 13 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Government Issues, 1950.
2. Pamphlet: Sherman Institute-United States Indian School-Riverside, California, 1950.
3. Pamphlet: America Indian, October 1950.
4. Pamphlet: Teaching Opportunities, 1950-55.
5. Pamphlet: Denver Art Museum, 1952.
6. Pamphlet: Indian Health Services, 1950-57.
7. Pamphlet: The American Indian, 1951-54.
8. Pamphlet: Cherokee and Pioneers, 1952.
9. Pamphlet: Plowback Circular, 1952-53.
10. Pamphlet: Orienting New Employees in the Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953.
11. Pamphlet: Working Together in Cherokee Communities, 1953.
12. Pamphlet: The Guide Book to the Cherokee and its Environs, 1953.
13. Pamphlet: Special Navajo Program-Early Georgia, 1953-55.
14. Pamphlet: Indian Reorganization Act, 1954.
15. Pamphlet: Cherokee Education, 1954.
16. Pamphlet: Directory of Field and Central Offices - Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954.
17. Pamphlet: Cherokee Culture, 1954-62.
18. Pamphlet: Campus Pow Wow-Cherokee, North Carolina, September 12, 1955.

Box 14 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Unto These Hills, 1955.
2. Pamphlet: Nursing Opportunities in Alaska's New TB Control Program, 1955.
3. Pamphlet: Bureau of Indian Affairs/The Univesity of  Tennessee Newsletter, December 1955.
4. Pamphlet: Today's Mesquakies, 1955.
5. Pamphlet: Community Development, 1955-62.
6. Pamphlet: Rural Development Program-News, August 1955- December 1956.
7. Pamphlet: Indians on Your Production Line, December 1956.
8. Pamphlet: Indian Relocation Program, 1956.
9. Pamphlet: Navajo New World Readers, Away to School, 1956.
10. Pamphlet: Harvard Law Records, 1956.
11. Pamphlet: Corral Dust, Potomac Corral of the Westerners, 1956.
12. Pamphlet: Planning in Action on the Navajo-Itopi Indian Reservations, 1956.
13. Pamphlet: Community Development Programs, 1956-58.
14. Pamphlet: Rural Development Program News, April 1957.
15. Pamphlet: Indian Signs, 1957.
16. Pamphlet: Indian Population, Oklahoma Historical Sites Survey, 1958.
17. Pamphlet: American Indian Center, News Bulletin, 1961.
18. Pamphlet: The Indian Progress, June 29, 1962.
19. Pamphlet: Adult Vocational Training Services, 1962.
20. Pamphlet: Indian Education, 1962-66.
21. Pamphlet: Handbook for South America Indians, May 19, 1964.
22. Pamphlet: The Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, 1964.
23. Pamphlet: Vocational Programs for American Indians, May 1965.
24. Pamphlet: Indian Affairs, 1965.
25. Pamphlet: Schools for the First Americans, 1965.
26. Pamphlet: The Indian in American History, 1965.
27. Pamphlet: Sources of Indian and Eskimo Arts and Crafts, 1966.
28. Pamphlet/Financial Statements: Catawba Indians, 1896-1949.
29. Pamphlets/Memoranda: Unnumbered Office Orders and Circulars, Part I, 1934-43.
30. Pamphlets/Memoranda: Unnumbered Office Orders and Circulars, Part II, 1934-43.

Box 15 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlets/Memoranda: Unnumbered Office Orders and Circulars, Part III, 1934-43.
2. Pamphlets/Memoranda: Unnumbered Office Orders and Circulars, Part IV, 1934-43.
3. Pamphlets/Newspaper Clippings: Indian Rights, 1952-57.
4. Pamphlets/Newspaper Clipping: Indian Problems and Prosperity, 1963.
5. Pamphlets/Periodicals/Receipts: Indian Culture, 1954-61.
6. Pamphlets/Postcards: Cherokee Indian Fair, 1957.
7. Pamphlets/Reports: Indian Service Summer School and Rights, 1936-57.
8. Pamphlet: Investments, ND.
9. Pamphlet: Navajo Enterprises, ND.
10. Pamphlet: Forty Years in the Wilderness, ND.
11. Pamphlet: America, ND.
12. Pamphlet: Routes to Indian Agencies and Schools, ND.
13. Pamphlet: Editorials by John Collier, ND.
14. Pamphlet: North Carolina, Variety Vacationland, ND.
15. Pamphlet: Handbook of Indian Land Policy and Manual of Procedures, ND.
16. Pamphlet: A Special Five-Year Program for Adolescent Indians, ND.
17. Pamphlet: Suggestions for Group Discussion Leaders, ND.
18. Pamphlet: Wild Babies and Baby Carriers, ND.
19. Pamphlet: Indians, The Meaning of the Dakota Outbreak, ND.
20. Pamphlet: Hello, Los Angeles, ND.
21. Pamphlet: Indian Reservations, ND.
22. Pamphlet: Unto These Hills, Facts and Figures, ND.
23. Pamphlet: Shall We Set the American Indian Free, ND
24. Pamphlet: Navajo Report - Schools for Small Ones, ND.
25. Pamphlet: Boundary Tree - Cherokee, North Carolina, ND.
26. Pamphlet: History of Bureau of Indian Affairs, ND.

Subseries IV-C, REPORTS, 1802-1963, Boxes 16-77.

Box 16 - Folder #:

1. Report: Scalping, 1802-1850.
2. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs by W. G. Taylor, Commissioner, 1818.
3. Report: Report from the Office of Indian Affairs, 1832.
4. Report: Opportunities for Cheokees; Progress of Cherokees, 1835-49.
5. Report: The First Jesuit Mission of Flathead, 1840-1850.
6. Report: Historic Summary of Congressional Acts and Bills, 1849-1935.
7. Report: Reservation Activities-Duties, 1849-1949.
8. Report: Secretary of Interior Activities and Duties, 1849- 1949.
9. Report: Treaty Between United States of America and Senecas, 1854-68.
10. Report: Message of William Bigler, Governor of Pennsylvania, 1855.
11. Report: Eastern Cherokee Indians-Court Cases, Education, Finances, and Politics, 1856-1936.

Box 17 - Folder #:

1. Report: Narrative History of Crow Creek Reservation and Fort Thompson Community with Emphasis on
Fort Thompson Vocational Boarding and Day School, 1863, 1941.
2. Report: United States vs Wright and Rollins vs Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, 1870-1931.
3. Report: Court Case Dealing with Purchase of Lands, 1874.
4. Report: Secretary of Interior, 1876.
5. Report: List Bureau of Ethnology Reports, 1879-1931.
6. Report: Bureau of Ethnology and the Crow Indians, 1879-1931.
7. Report: Development of Education, 1883-1941.
8. Report: Fifteenth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners, 1884.
9. Report: Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1884-97.
10. Report: Listing of Indian Schools, 1885-1959.
11. Report: (Some handwritten) Commissioner T. J. Morgan, 1889- 93.
12. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1890-1929.
13. Report: Indian Education, 1890-1936.
14. Report: Eleventh Census of the United States, Robert P. Porter, Extra Census Bulletin, Eastern Band of
Cherokees of North Carolina, 1892.
15. Report: From the Superintendents of Indian Schools, 1892- 1937.
16. Report: Siouxan Sociology, 1897.
17. Report: Francis Leupp, draft, 1904-09.
18. Report: American Indian to Indian lands, 1906-60.
19. Report: Of Indian Agents and Superintendents, 1907.
20. Report: On Several Indian Tribes, 1907-10.

Box 18 - Folder #:

1. Report: Published/General - Indian Tribes, 1907-10.
2. Report: Report of the Superintendent of Indian Schools, 1908.
3. Report: Published/General - Indian Tribes, 1910.
4. Report: Apache, Commanche Excerpts, 1910.
5. Report: Excerpts Handbook of American Indians, 1910.
6. Report: Indian Tribes, 1910.
7. Report: Excerpts from the Handbook of American Indians, 1910.
8. Report: Short Bibliographies - Arapaho, Apache, Athapasean, Delaware, and Alibamu Indians, 1910.
9. Report: Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, 1910- 12.
10. Report: Period of Regimentation and Cultural Oppression, 1910-29.
11. Report: Indian Treaties and Health Services 1910-30.
12. Report: Indian Tribes, 1910-32.
13. Report: Mountain Indians and Landless Indians, 1910-32.
14. Report: Recommendations on Great Lakes Chippewa by Office of Indian Affairs, 1910-39.
15. Report: Indian Culture, 1910-40.
16. Report: Indian Tribes, 1910-51.
17. Report: History of the American Indians and Indian Bureau, 1910-53.
18. Report: Supervisors in Charge of Indian Schools, 1911.
19. Report: Navajo and Mogui Indians, 1912.

Box 19 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indian Education, 1912-29.
2. Report: Goodbird the Indian, 1914.
3. Report: The Carlisle Indian School, 1915.
4. Report: The Indian's War Activities, 1918.
5. Report: Reading and Educational Development, 1918-22.
6. Report: Legal Data and Historical Facts on the Cherokee Indians, 1919-50.
7. Report: Reading Habits, 1921-22.
8. Report: Issues in Indian Education, 1921.
9. Report: Tenative Course of Study for 1922, 1922.
10. Report: The American Indian Defense Association, Inc., June 1, 1923.
11. Report: An Intimate Study of the Social, Economic, and Religious Life of the American Indian, 1923.
12. Report: Indian School Supervisors Conference, 1923-33.
13. Report: Survey of Indian Schools - State of New York, 1923- 43.
14. Report: Indian Policy - Department of Interior, 1924.
15. Report: Cherokee Boarding School Agency Cherokee, North Carolina, 1924.
16. Report: Cherokee Lands, Tribal Organization, and the Eastern Cherokees, 1924-55.
17. Report: Indian Culture, 1924-56.

Box 20 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indian Policy, Cherokee Schools and Activities, 1924-56.
2. Report: Teaching Organizations, 1925-26.
3. Report: Indian Land Problems and Land Policy, 1926-38.
4. Report: Indian Culture, 1926-58.
5. Report: Eastern Cherokee Indians of North Carolina by Earl Y. Henderson, 1927.
6. Report: American Indian Life, 1927-31.
7. Report: Inspections of Indian School Buildings, 1927-36.
8. Report: Indian Education, 1927-67.
9. Report: Industrial Activities of the Indian Service, 1928.
10. Report: The Problems of the Indian Administration, 1928.
11. Report: United States Court of Claims-Attorneys and Fees in Indian Tribal Claims from 1893, 1928.
12. Report: Navajo Policies, Religious Worship and Education, 1928-39.
13. Report: Jennings' Records approved by House Republican Leaders, 1928-46.
14. Report: Report of the Indian Commissioners on the Problems of the Indian Administration, 1929.
15. Report: Board of Indian Commissioners on the Problem of Indian Administration, 1929.

Box 21 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indian Administration since 1929, 1929.
2. Report: Indian School Study, 1929.
3. Report: Licensed Indian Traders, 1929.
4. Report: Rights of Way Over Indian Lands, 1929.
5. Report: Indian Administration, 1929-31.
6. Report: Regulations of the Indian Service, 1929-40.
7. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs Department of the Interior, 1929-52.
8. Report: Problems with Indian Administration, 1929-52.
9. Report: Cherokee Indian Agency Activities and Cherokee History, 1929-57.
10. Report: Indian Affairs, 1929-62.
11. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1930.
12. Report: Organization and Administration of Indian Day Schools, 1930.
13. Report: Indian Affairs - Shawnee, 1930-31.
14. Report: Indian Missions, 1930-33
15. Report: Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, 1930-33.

Box 22 - Folder #:

1. Report: Land Policy, Problems and Consolidation, 1930-42.
2. Report: Education and Social Organization, 1930-43.
3. Report: Indian Affairs, 1930-50.
4. Report: North Carolina Legislation, 1930-64.
5. Report: The Platoon School, 1931.
6. Report: Vocational Education in the Indian Schools, 1931.
7. Report: Indian Schools and Education, 1931.
8. Report: Indian Schools and Education, 1931.
9. Report: North Carolina Indian Affairs, 1931.
10. Report: Pine Ridge, 1931.
11. Report: Attendance of Indian Children in State Public Schools, 1931.
12. Report: Alabama and Coshatte Indian Agency, 1931.
13. Report: Indian Education, 1931.
14. Report: The Indian of Louisana in 1931, 1931.
15. Report: Indian Schools and Education, 1931-32.
16. Report: Pine Ridge Curriculum, 1931-43.
17. Report: Indian Office Mail and File System, 1931-44.
18. Report: Cherokee Regional Planning, 1931-61.
19. Report: A Short History of the Flandreau Indian Vocational School, 1932.
20. Report: The General Program of Education in Mexico, 1932.
21. Report: Pine Ridge Reservation-Special Events, 1932.
22. Report: Special Capacities of the American Indians, 1932.
23. Report: Indian Education and Indian Administration, 1932-33.

Box 23 - Folder #:

1. Report: Menominee Indian Reservation, 1932-33.
2. Report: Indian Education, 1932-35.
3. Report: Revolving Credit Fund and Educational Council, 1932- 35.
4. Report: Federal Civil Service Exams, 1932-37.
5. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1932-39.
6. Report: Collier Administration, Indian Religious Life and Education, 1932-39.
7. Report: Administration of Indian Affairs, 1932-41.
8. Report: Cheyenne River Reservation, 1932-48.
9. Report: Commissioner of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1932-49.

Box 24 - Folder #:

1. Report: History of the Catawba Indians, 1932-50.
2. Report: School and Community, Mission and Government Schools, 1932-60.
3. Report: Indian Administration since July 1, 1929, 1933.
4. Report: Oglala Sioux and the English Dictionary, 1933.
5. Report: Indian Boarding School Advisors, 1933.
6. Report: A Brief Commentary on the Law of Indian Property, 1933.
7. Report: A New Deal for the Indian, 1933.
8. Report: Editorials by John Collier, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1933.
9. Report: Indian Property, 1933.
10. Report: Yankton Reservation Conditions, December 1933.
11. Report: Educational Problems of Rosebud Reservation, 1933.
12. Report: Minutes of the Navajo Tribal Council, 1933.
13. Report: United States Senate-Indian Affairs, 1933.
14. Report: Minutes of Rosebud Sioux Council, 1933.
15. Report: The Pueblos and their Education, 1933.

Box 25 - Folder #:

1. Report: Hopi Day Schools, 1933-34.
2. Report: Howard-Wheeler Act and Indians at Work, 1933-34.
3. Report: Agriculture, 1933-34.
4. Report: Age-Grade Graphs of the Oglala Boarding School, 1933-34.
5. Report: Tribal Organization, 1933-35.
6. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1933-35.
7. Report: The Progress of Indian Affairs from 1933-1936, 1937.
8. Report: Oklahoma Indians, 1933-37.
9. Report: General Bureau Activities, 1933-41.
10. Report: School Law in the Appalachians, 1933-62.
11. Report: The Howard-Wheeler Indian Rights Bill, February 19, 1934.
12. Report: Recommendation on Tribal Council Management of Resources and the Howard-Wheeler Bill, 1934.
13. Report: Indian Plains Congress, 1934.
14. Report: Fort Peck - A Study in Abnormal Pscychology and Economics, 1934.
15. Report: Indian Self-Government, 1934.
16. Report: Corporate Charter of the Confederate Salish and Kootenai Tribes, 1934.
17. Report: Howard-Wheeler Indian Act, 1934.
18. Report: Indian Schools - Rosebud and Pine Ridge Reservation, 1934.

Box 26 - Folder #:

1. Report: Survey of Indian Arts and Crafts by Mrs. Charles Collier, April 1934.
2. Report: Conference on Indian Legislation, 1934.
3. Report: Navajo Tribal Council, Fort Defiance, Arizona, 1934.
4. Report: Latest Studies on Indian Reservations-Tribal Leases, 1934.
5. Report: Department of Interior's Opinion on the Howard- Wheeler Act, 1934.
6. Report: Navajo Tribal Council, 1934.
7. Report: Solicitor's Opinion - Powers of Indian Tribes, 1934.
8. Report: Indian Land Problems and Policies, 1934.
9. Report: The Mission Indian Federation, 1934.
10. Report: Navajo Tribal Council-New Mexico and Arizona, 1934.
11. Report: Minutes of the Navajo Tribal Council, 1934.
12. Report: Pine Ridge Reservation School, 1934.

Box 27 - Folder #:

1. Report: Study of the Reorganization Act of 1934, 1934.
2. Report: Southwest Indians-New Mexico and Arizona, 1934.
3. Report: Social and Educational Implications of the Navajo Program, 1934.
4. Report: Minutes of the Navajo Tribal Council, 1934.
5. Report: Proceedings Concerning the Howard-Wheeler Indian Bill, 1934.
6. Report: Minutes of Meeting on Howard-Wheeler Bill Held at Miami, Oklahoma, 1934.
7. Report: "Woope Itancan na Woope Aoptetu," 1934.
8. Report: Howard-Wheeler Act, 1934.
9. Report: Law and Order Regulations for the Court of Indian Offenses, c. 1934.
10. Report: Minutes of Teacher's Meetings Regarding Indian Schools, 1934.
11. Report: Readjustment of Indian Affairs, 1934.
12. Report: Material Culture of the Pima, Papago, and Western Apache, 1934.
13. Report: The End of A Long, Long Trail by Honorable Burton K. Wheeler, Senate, 1934.
14. Report: Kraushaac, 1934.
15. Report: Data Regarding Indian Relations, 1934.

Box 28 - Folder #:

1. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1934.
2. Report: Special Session of the Navajo Tribal Council, 1934.
3. Report: National Resources Board, 1934.
4. Report: Department of the Interior - Indian Affairs, 1934.
5. Report: Field Nursing Activities and the Cherokee Reservation, 1934-35.
6. Report: Sioux Designs, 1934-35.
7. Report: Indian Policy and Reorganization Act, 1934-35.
8. Report: Indian Affairs, 1934-35.
9. Report: House Committee on Indian Affairs, 1934-36.
10. Report: Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, 1934-36.
11. Report: Education, 1934-37.

Box 29 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indian Education and Health Care, 1934-37.
2. Report: Handbook on Indian Land Policy and Manual of Procedures, 1934-38.
3. Report: Indian Reorganization, 1934-39.
4. Report: Report of Delegations, 1934-40.
5. Report: Constitutional Amendments and Surveys, 1934-41.
6. Report: Indian Education and the George Peabody College, 1934-41.
7. Report: Indian Reorganization and the Howard-Wheeler Act, 1934-42.
8. Report: Education and the Howard-Wheeler Act, 1934-45.
9. Report: Bureau Conferences and General Bureau Affairs, 1934- 45.
10. Report: Indian Land Policies and Probems, 1934-46.
11. Report: Cherokee Indian Education and the Agency, 1934-49.

Box 30 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indian Agency Census, 1934-50.
2. Report: Exchange Assignment for Use in Exchange of Unrestricted Indian Land, 1934-50.
3. Report: Southeastern Indian Tribes, 1934-53.
4. Report: Indian Reorganization Act, 1934-53.
5. Report: Legislation of Indian Affairs, 1934-54.
6. Report: Indian Affairs, 1934-55.
7. Report: Indian Lands and Claim Commissions, 1934-56.
8. Report: Indian Reorganization (Modified Howard-Wheeler Act), 1934-37.
9. Report: Business of the Tennessee Education Association and the Eastern Cherokee, 1934-63.
10. Report: Indian Land Tenure, Economic Status, and Population Trends, 1935.
11. Report: Indian Land Tenure, Economic Status, and Population Trends, 1935.
12. Report: Indian Land Tenure, Economic Status and Population Trends, 1935.
13. Report: Bureau Policy and Federal Legislation, 1935.
14. Report: (Curriculum) General Shop Course of Study for State of South Dakota, 1935.
15. Report: Navajo Trading, 1935.
16. Report: Organization of Cooperative Association, 1935.
17. Report: Reference List of Free and Inexpensive Materials for Adult Education Classes, 1935.

Box 31 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indian Land Tenure, Economic Status, and Population Trends, 1935.
2. Report: General Grazing Regulations, 1935.
3. Report: A Birds Eye View of Indian Policy - Historic and Contemporary, 1935.
4. Report: Indian Reorganization Act, 1935.
5. Report: Manual of Health Education for Teachers of Elementary Grades and for the Staff of the Organized Health Department, 1935.
6. Report: Results and Analysis of Vote in the Taholah Indian Agency, 1935.
7. Report: Indian Educational Council, 1935.
8. Report: Free or Inexpensive Materials for use in Adult Education, 1935.
9. Report: The History of the Papago, 1935.
10. Report: Bureau Policy and Regulations, 1935.
11. Report: Annual Statistical Report of the Sells Agency, 1935.
12. Report: "Strip Cropping" by Lyman Carrier and Walter V. Kell, 1935.
13. Report: Tutelo Rituals: Aboriginal Caroling and Cultural History by Frank Speck, 1935.
14. Report: Preliminary Report on the Ethnography of the Southwest by Dr. Ralph L. Beals, 1935.
15. Report: The Home Economics Teachers Work with Adults, 1935-36.
16. Report: Navajo Service Schools, 1935-36.

Box 32 - Folder #:

1. Report: Rosebud Day School - Agency, Rosebud, South Dakota, 1935-36.
2. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1935-36.
3. Report: The School's Shop in the General Program of the Turtle Mountain Reservation, 1935-36.
4. Report: Indian Education, 1935-36.
5. Report: School Administration, 1935-36.
6. Report: Anthropology, 1935-36.
7. Report: Reconnaissance Survey of the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Indian Reservation, 1935-38.
8. Report: Farm Census, 1935-39.
9. Report: Annual Statistical Report of the Sells Agency, Arizona, 1935-40.
10. Report: Catawba Indian Reservation, 1935-40.
11. Report: Investigation of Southern Ute Jurisdiction and Ute Mountain Reservation; Local Public Finance Situation
in Roosevelt County, Montana, 1935-40.
12. Report: Navajo Indians and the Reorganization Act, 1935-42.
13. Report: Minutes of Fort Hall Indian Agency, Idaho, 1935-42.

Box 33 - Folder #:

1. Report: Navajo Indians and Education, 1935-42.
2. Report: Minutes of the Tribal Council School, Oklahoma - Kansas - Texas Area, 1935-44.
3. Report: Work of the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council, 1935-44.
4. Report: The Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, Montana, 1935- 45.
5. Report: The Income of the Navajo Reservation, 1935-47.
6. Report: North Dakota Rolette County Indian Situation and the Menomnee Indian Reservation, 1935-53.
7. Report: Navajo - Organization and Education, 1935-55.
8. Report: Indian Groups in Michigan and Educational Policies, 1935-57.
9. Report: Porcupine District Council Meeting at Pine Ridge, 1936.
10. Report: Organization of the Indian Cooperative Association, Oklahoma, 1936.
11. Report: Oklahoma Indian Tribes - Brief Historical Sketches, 1936.
12. Report: Minutes of All-Pueblo Council, 1936.
13. Report: Regulations for the Administration of Educational Loan Funds, 1936.
14. Report: Denver, Colorado Conference, 1936.
15. Report: Annual report - Shoshone, Lander, Wyoming, 1936.
16. Report: Great Plains Drought Area Committee, 1936.
17. Report: Report on Observations at the Mescalero Reservation by Morris E. Oplee, 1936.
18. Report: Indian Citizenship, 1936.
19. Report: Florida Works Progress Administration - Teachers Manual amd Adult Education, 1936.
20. Report: Report of the Pit River Indians of California by Gordon MacGregor, 1936.
21. Report: Indian Reorganization Act, 1936.

Box 34 - Folder #:

1. Report: Anthropology, 1936.
2. Report: Day School Housekeeping, 1936.
3. Report: Soil Conservation Service, 1936.
4. Report: 7th World Conference of New Education Fellowship, 1936.
5. Report: Flathead Indian Reservation, 1936.
6. Report: Administration of Willard Beaty, 1936.
7. Report: Credit Regulations and Instructions, 1936.
8. Report: Indian Loans, 1936.
9. Report: Superintendent's Annual Report, 1936.
10. Report: Examining Division, 1936.
11. Report: Human Dependency and Economic Survey, 1936.
12. Report: Winnebago Indian Reservation, 1936.
13. Report: Policy on Religious Liberty, 1936.
14. Report: Decentralization, 1936.
15. Report: Observations at Mescalero Reservation, 1936.

Box 35 - Folder #:

1. Report: First Biennial-South Dakota Planning Board, 1936.
2. Report: Rural Sociology - Muck Report, 1936.
3. Report: Navajo Reservation Resources, 1936.
4. Report: Florida Works Administration - Division of Education, 1936.
5. Report: Unit Program for First Grade, 1936-37.
6. Report: Economics and School Programs, 1936-37.
7. Report: Adult Education at Pine Ridge, South Dakota, 1936- 37.
8. Report: Caroline Culture Club Series, 1936-37.
9. Report: Senate Bill 1399 - The Peyote Cult, 1936-37.
10. Report: Spokane Indian Reservation, Washington, 1936-38.
11. Report: Cherokee Indian School, 1936-39.

Box 36 - Folder #:

1. Report: Cultural Land Use - Apache Affairs, 1936-40.
2. Report: National Association of Indian Affairs, 1936-41.
3. Report: Secondary School Curriculum, 1936-42.
4. Report: Federal Education Programs, 1936-43.
5. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1936-43.
6. Report: Individual Indian Schools, 1936-45.
7. Report: Arts and Crafts In Indian Schools, 1936-47.
8. Report: Cherokee Indian Agency - Credit Reports, Council Members, Extension Workers and Education, 1936-52.
9. Report: Growing and Using Indian Corn Navajo Fashion, 1936-53.
10. Report: Bureau's Relationship to "Unto These Hills," 1936- 58.
11. Report: Forms Used in Attendence Division, 1936-37.
12. Report: Tribal Evaluation Reports and Self Government, 1937.
13. Report: Bureau Policy and Indian Culture, 1937.
14. Report: Indian Organization, Pierre, South Dakota, 1937.
15. Report: O.C.H.S. Elementary Activities, 1937.
16. Report: A Social Science Approach to Case Work with the American Indian, 1937.

Box 37 - Folder #:

1. Report: Departmental Press Releases and An Inventory, 1937.
2. Report: Relief to Indians in Wisconsin, 1937.
3. Report: Indian Organization, 1937.
4. Report: Fourth Pacific Northwest Planning Conference, April 1937.
5. Report: Fort Hall Agency Business Council, 1937.
6. Report: Recompensating Sioux Indians for Injuries Suffered at the Massacre of the Wounded Knee, 1937.
7. Report: Community Rehabiliation on the Rosebud Indian Agency, 1937.
8. Report: Notes for Hopi Administration by Oliver LaForge, 1937.
9. Report: Report on the History and Contemporary State of Aspects of Creek Social Organization and Government
by Morris E. Opler, 1937.
10. Report: An Economic Survey of the Prairie Island Community in Minnesota, 1937.
11. Report: Anthropology and the Problems of Indian Administration, 1937.
12. Report: Anthropology and the Problems of Indian Administration by Felix Cohen, 1937.
13. Report: Report on the Social Condition of the Oklahoma Seminole by Charles Wisdom, 1937.
14. Report: Sociological and Economic Conditions in Alaska, 1937.
15. Report: Crime Prevention by Wayne L. Morse, 1937.
16. Report: Guidance of Youth for Pine Ridge Indian Agency, 1937.
17. Report: Committee on Resource Assembly, 1937.
18. Report: Oklahoma Credit Manual and Regulations for the Organization of Indian Cooperatives, 1937.
19. Report: Florida Works Program Administration by Lucy D. Grace, 1937.
20. Report: Indian Organization, 1937.
21. Report: Minutes of Tribal Business Council, 1937.
22. Report: Social Organization, Government, and the Creek Indians, 1937.
23. Report: Adult Education at Pine Ridge Reservation, 1937.

Box 38 - Folder #:

1. Report: No. 24 Day School, Wanblee, South Dakota, 1937-38.
2. Report: Lake Wakpamni Day School, 1937-38.
3. Report: Field District Plan, 1937-38.
4. Report: School Administration, Regulations and Attendance Records, 1937-38.
5. Report: Education Planning and Curriculum, 1937-38.
6. Report: Yearly Reports, 1937-39.
7. Report: Indian History, 1937-39.
8. Report: Reconnaissance Survey on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Rocky Bay Indian Reservation,
Tulalip Indian Reservation, and Tounge River Indian Reservation, 1937-39.
9. Report: Indian Reorganization Act, 1937-41.
10. Report: Navajo Social Organization, 1937-41.
11. Report: Recommendations on Tribal Council Resource Management, 1937-41.
12. Report: Merian Survey, 1937-41.
13. Report: The Indians of North and South Dakota, 1937-42.
14. Report: Citeria for Evaluating Learning Activities, 1937-42.
15. Report: Adult Education Programs for the Sioux Area, 1937- 45.

Box 39 - Folder #:

1. Report: Problems of the Winnebago Indians and Indian Affairs Manual, 1937-54.
2. Report: Bibliography, 1937-53.
3. Report: Public Education and Tax Foundations, 1937-61.
4. Report: History of the Sioux-Teton Dakota Ethnology, 1938.
5. Report: Fort Totten Agency, 1938.
6. Report: Background of Present Day United States Indian Policy, 1938.
7. Report: Conservation Concerning Lower Brule Indians of South Dakota, 1938.
8. Report: Objectives of Indian Schools, Reorganizing of Schools and Teacher Training Conference, 1938.
9. Report: Meeting of Educators and Workers, 1938.
10. Report: Conference on Indian Land Allotment and Heirship Problems, 1938.
11. Report: The Fort Belknap Assiiniboine of Montana, 1938.
12. Report: Indian Service Policies-Educational, 1938.
13. Report: Indian Service Policies, 1938.
14. Report: Recreational Development of the Southern Highlands Region, 1938.
15. Report: Rosebud Reservation Social Welfare Project-BAD NATION, 1938.
16. Report: Dakota-Wotann-Oglala Community High School, 1938.
17. Report: Possibilities of Rehabilitating the Oglala Sioux, 1938.

Box 40 - Folder #:

1. Report: An Economic Study of the Stockbridge Munsee Indian Reservation, 1938.
2. Report: The Roll of the Indian in National Expansion, 1938.
3. Report: Human Dependency and Economic Survey of Lower Brule Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 1938.
4. Report: A Short History of the Navajo People, 1938.
5. Report: Resolution by Cherokee Council Hall on Hunting and Fishing, 1938.
6. Report: The Education of Indians and Eskimos, 1938.
7. Report: Organization and Standardization of Junior High and Higher Education for Birdtown Day School, 1938-39.
8. Report: "Adanhe", English and Social Studies 11-12 grades, Hollingsworth, 1938-39.
9. Report: Cherokee Central School Craftshop, 1938-39.
10. Report: Land Use, Economic Features, and Management, 1938- 40.
11. Report: Living in the Appalachians, 1938-41.
12. Report: Tribal Resolution of Cherokee Council, 1938-41.
13. Report: Fort Berthold, North Dakota and Pine Ridge, South Dakota, 1938-41.
14. Report: American Association on Indian Affairs, 1938-43.

Box 41 - Folder #:

1. Report: Day School, 1938-43.
2. Report: State Population of Enrolled Indians, 1938-43.
3. Report: Cherokee Indians and the Sociological and Economic Conditions in Alaska, 1938-52.
4. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1938-56.
5. Report: Conference of Indian Field Service Employees, Denver, Colorado, 1939.
6. Report: Conference of Field Service Employees, 1939.
7. Report: Agriculture Training Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, 1939.
8. Report: Cherokee Culture, 1939.
9. Report: Indian Service Policies, 1939.
10. Report: Agriculture Training Conference, Rosebud, South Dakota, 1939.
11. Report: Michigan Survey and Indian Affairs, 1939.
12. Report: Soil, Water, Wildlife Conference, 1939.
13. Report: Calusa Project, Sacramento Indian Agency, 1939.
14. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Extension Activities, 1939.
15. Report: Fort Hall Dependency Surveys, 1939.
16. Report: Navajo Indian Problem, 1939.
17. Report: Problems of Indian Service Administration, 1939.
18. Report: Birdtown Day School and Educational Information, 1939.

Box 42 - Folder #:

1. Report: Problems of Indian Service Administration, 1939.
2. Report: Bureau Activities and Indian History, 1939.
3. Report: Education Program for the State of Virginia, 1939.
4. Report: New York Indians, 1939.
5. Report: Vocational Activity Groups, 1939.
6. Report: Indian Service Policies, 1939.
7. Report: Hearing Committee on Indian Affairs, 1939.
8. Report: Conference of Service Employees, 1939.
9. Report: Indian Service Policies, 1939.
10. Report: Personnel Bulletin - Department of Interior, 1939.
11. Report: Tribal Council Management, 1939.
12. Report: Indian Culture and Education, 1939-40.
13. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part I, 1939- 42.
14. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part II, 1939- 42.
15. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part III, 1939- 42.
16. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part IV, 1939- 42.
17. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part V, 1939- 42.
18. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part VI, 1939- 42.
19. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part VII, 1939- 42.
20. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part VIII, 1939-42.
21. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part IX, 1939- 42.
22. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part X, 1939- 42.
23. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part XI, 1939- 4
24. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part XII, 1939- 42.
25. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part XIII, 1939-42.
26. Report: Minutes of Meetings, Indian Affairs, Part XIV, 1939- 42.
27. Report: Office of Indian Affairs, 1939-44.
28. Report: Indian Affairs and Policy, 1939-44.
29. Report: Rosebud Education Curriculum and the "Oglala Light," 1939-44.

Box 43 - Folder #:

1. Report: Health in the Indian Community, 1939-45.
2. Report: Indian Affairs, 1939-47.
3. Report: United States Claims and Law Enforcement in Florida, 1939-54.
4. Report: Indian Population in the Continential United States and Alaska, January 1, 1940.
5. Report: Handbook of Federal Indian Laws, June 1940.
6. Report: Colorado River Indian Reservation, November 15, 1940.
7. Report: Sacramento Policies and Programs, November 29, 1940.
8. Report: Phoenix Indian School Conference, December 1940.
9. Report: Field Agents' Reports, December 4, 1940.
10. Report: Cultural Factors in Land Use Planning, December 29, 1940.
11. Report: Forestry on Indian Lands, 1940.
12. Report: White House Conference on Children in a Democracy, 1940.
13. Report: Land Use and Program Planning, 1940.
14. Report: Report of the Joint Program of the Southern Regional Conference, 1940.
15. Report: Legal Status of the Indians in the United States, 1940.
16. Report: Sac and Fox Indians of Iowa, 1940.
17. Report: The Indians of North and South Dakota, 1940.

Box 44 - Folder #:

1. Report: Agents and Superintendents of the Cheyenne River Agency, 1940.
2. Report: A Program for the Utilization of the Colorado River, 1940.
3. Report: Indians and the Land, 1940.
4. Report: North American Indian Art, 1940.
5. Report: Spanish and Mexican Influence upon the Indian Administration in the United States, 1940.
6. Report: Navajo Work of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1940.
7. Report: Indian Service Summer School of Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1940.
8. Report: Handbook of Federal Law, 1940.
9. Report: The Legal Status of the Indian in the United States, 1940.
10. Report: Indian Population by Residence and Sex, 1940.
11. Report: Personnel Problems of the Indian Service, 1940.
12. Report: Handbook of Federal Indian Law - The Office of Indian Affairs, 1940.
13. Report: Handbook of Federal Indian Law - the Legal Status of Indian Tribes, 1940.
14. Report: Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1940.

Box 45 - Folder #:

1. Report: Forest Conservation, 1940.
2. Report: Handbook of Federal Indian Law, Chapters 1, 6, 7, 1940.
3. Report: Handbook of Federal Indian Law, Chapters 5, 12, 1940.
4. Report: Handbook of Federal Indian Law, Chapters 8, 14, 18, 33, 1940.
5. Report: Handbook of Federal Indian Law, Chapter 15, 1940.

Box 46 - Folder #:

1. Report: Land Use and Stealing Indian Children, 1940.
2. Report: Books on North Carolina at Cherokee Reservation, 1940.
3. Report: Workers Service Program, 1940.
4. Report: White House Conference on Children in a Democracy, 1940.
5. Report: Conference on Organization of Field Agents, 1940.
6. Report: Cultural Factors in Land-use Planning, 1940.
7. Report: Home Economics Education, 1940.
8. Report: Social Science and Education Research, 1940.
9. Report: Quill and Bead Work of the Western Sioux, 1940.
10. Report: Statistical Supplement/Committee on Indian Affairs, 1940.
11. Report: Census, Population and Housing, 1940.
12. Report: Great Lake Indian Agency, Ashland, Wisconsin, 1940.
13. Report: Dramatic "Happening" Scraps, 1940.
14. Report: Fort Berthold Indian Agency, 1940-41.
15. Report: Indian Reorganization, 1940-42.
16. Report: Policy of Indian Service Administration, 1940-42.
17. Report: Relief Statistics - Office of Indian Affairs, 1940- 44.
18. Report: Division Directors Meetings-Indian Resources Branch, 1940-44.
19. Report: Division Directors Meetings-Indian Resources Branch, 1940-44.
20. Report: Indian Policies, Self-Government and Education, 1940-45.
21. Report: Bureau Activities, 1940.
22. Report: Educational-Tribal Communication, Agendas of Meetings, 1940-45.

Box 47 - Folder #:

1. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1940-52.
2. Report: Cherokee Business Statistics, 1940-52.
3. Report: New Mexico Population and High School Graduates, 1940-61.
4. Report: Constitution and Social Research, 1940-61.
5. Report: Chilocco Agricultural School, 1941.
6. Report: Chemawa-Oregon Indian Youth, 1941.
7. Report: Handbook of Indian Land, 1941.
8. Report: State Agricultural Programs, 1941.
9. Report: School on Social Aspects of Indian Administration, 1941.
10. Report: Indian Agency Council Meetings, 1941.
11. Report: Number 6 Day School (Riverside), 1941.
12. Report: History of Rosebud Boarding School, 1941.
13. Report: Indian Attitudes, 1941.
14. Report: Tarascan Trip, 1941.
15. Report: Revestment of Allotted and Heirship Lands, 1941.
16. Report: Codification of Reservation Data, 1941.
17. Report: Seminar on Indian Word, 1941.
18. Report: The American Indian and Democracy, 1941.
19. Report: Turtle Mountain Community School, 1941.

Box 48 - Folder #:

1. Report: Historic Deeds Done by Jeremiah Whitefield Longacres and Clement M. Silvestro, 1941.
2. Report: Nutrition Education and Indian Health Program, 1941.
3. Report: Preparation of a Turtle Mountain Chippewa Roll, 1941.
4. Report: The Evolution of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Roll, 1941.
5. Report: The Reed Committee on the Subject of Intake of the Administration, 1941.
6. Report: Seminole Indians of Florida, 1941.
7. Report: Louisiana Indians, 1941.
8. Report: Business Council Meeting, 1941.
9. Report: Teacher Training Conference, 1941.
10. Report: John Collier - Indian Organization, 1941.
11. Report: Minnesota Legal Filing, 1941.
12. Report: Training Conference - Oglala and Pine Ridge Schools, 1941.
13. Report: Field Agent Conference, 1941.
14. Report: Northern Great Plains Superintendents Council, 1941.
15. Report: Agricultural Study, Hand County, South Dakota, 1941.
16. Report: Fort Hall Business Council, 1941.
17. Report: Minutes of Intermountain Superintendents' Council, 1941.
18. Report: Guide to Health Education, 1941.
19. Report: Reorganization of Indian Administration in Washington, 1941.
20. Report: Resume of Wounded Knee Battleground Day School, No. 7, 1941.
21. Report: The Indians of Western Oregon and the Grade Ronde- Silety Agency, 1941.
22. Report: Community Planning, 1941.
23. Report: Minnesota Indians, 1941.

Box 49 - Folder #:

1. Report: Fish and Wildlife Conservation, 1941-42.
2. Report: Indian Full-Blood Study, 1941-44.
3. Report: Conferences - Rosebud Boarding School, 1941-45.
4. Report: Indian Participation, 1941-45.
5. Report: Standing Rock Agency Rosebud Organization, 1941-45.
6. Report: Agricultural Policy, 1941-47.
7. Report: Conference of Field Counsels of the Indian Bureau, 1941-49.
8. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1941-55.
9. Report: Studies of Indian Affairs, 1941-57.
10. Report: Education - Collier Administration, 1942.
11. Report: Indian Education Problems, 1942.
12. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1942.
13. Report: A Special Case of a World Education Problem, 1942.
14. Report: The Cherokee Indian, 1942.
15. Report: Minority Groups - Institute for Racial Democracy, 1942.

Box 50 - Folder #:

1. Report: Seminar Topics, 1942.
2. Report: Accounting Practices of Organized Tribal Councils, 1942.
3. Report: Enrollment, 1942.
4. Report: Guatemala Indian Studies, 1942.
5. Report: Planning Materials, 1942.
6. Report: Keshena Indian Agency, 1942.
7. Report: Indians Come Alive, 1942.
8. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1942.
9. Report: The Government of Indians of South Dakota, 1942.
10. Report: Bill of Rights and Religious Liberty, 1942.
11. Report: Agency Indian Council Meeting, 1942-43.
12. Report: United States Indian Agencies, 1942-43.
13. Report: Indian Participation, 1942-43.
14. Report: Tribal Council, 1942-44.
15. Report: Cherokee Teacher Meetings, 1942-44.
16. Report: Indian Education, 1942-45.
17. Report: Education and Tribal Councils, 1942-45.

Box 51 - Folder #:

1. Report: Council Meetings and Agency Correspondence, 1942-45.
2. Report: Navajo Ten Year Program, 1942-47.
3. Report: Indian Affairs, 1942-51.
4. Report: Navajo School Problem and Plan, 1943. 5. Report: Indian Arts and Crafts Board, 1943.
6. Report: Wildlife Conservation, 1943.
7. Report: Haskell Institute School Administration, 1943.
8. Report: Reservation Program-Rosebud Jurisdiction, 1943.
9. Report: Standing Rock Tribal Business, 1943.
10. Report: Individual Income and Resident Population, 1943.

Box 52 - Folder #:

1. Report: Conference-Seneca Indian School, 1943.
2. Report: Office of Indian Affairs, 1943-44.
3. Report: Tribal Council Meetings, 1943-44.
4. Report: Tribal Council Meetings, 1943-45.
5. Report: Tourist Development-Cherokee Reservation, 1943-45.
6. Report: Development of Tourist Facilities, 1943-47.
7. Report: Service Extension Conference, 1944.
8. Report: National Conference of American Indians, 1944.
9. Report: Carson Indian School, Nevada, 1944.
10. Report: Indian Education, 1944.
11. Report: Bureau Policy - John Collier, 1944.
12. Report: Cherokee Agency Membership Roll, 1944.
13. Report: Boards of Education, 1944.
14. Report: Sacramento Indian Agency, 1944.
15. Report: Individual Income, 1944.
16. Report: Status of One Hundred Navajo Families, 1944.

Box 53 - Folder #:

1. Report: Reservation Program-Rosebud Reservation, 1944.
2. Report: Crow Indian Agency, Montana, 1944.
3. Report: The Warm Valley Folk, 1944.
4. Report: Reservation Program/Pine Ridge Reservation, 1944.
5. Report: Indian Affairs and Reorganization Act, 1944.
6. Report: Indian Affairs, 1944-45.
7. Report: Travel Authorization and Community Development, 1945-54.
8. Report: Indian Affairs, 1944-66.
9. Report: Choctaw Indians in Mississippi, 1945.
10. Report: Bureau Resources Branch Meeting, 1945.
11. Report: Students in Cherokee School, 1945.
12. Report: Qualla Reservation, 1945.
13. Report: General Teachers Meeting, 1945.
14. Report: Health Conference-Sioux, 1945.
15. Report: Curricula for Indian Schools, 1945.
16. Report: Choctaw Indians-Education, 1945.

Box 54 - Folder #:

1. Report: Administration of Zimmerman and Nichols Brophy, 1945.
2. Report: Arts and Crafts, 1945.
3. Report: Tribal Public Schools and Government Provisions for Indians, 1945-50.
4. Report: Hopi Village Hearings, 1945-55.
5. Report: The Goal of Indian Assimilation, 1946.
6. Report: Cherokee Education, 1946.
7. Report: Office of Indian Affairs, 1946.
8. Report: Education and School Programs, 1946.
9. Report: Land Management, 1946.
10. Report: Superintendents Conference, Minneapolis, 1946.
11. Report: Voter Discrimination Practices Toward the Cherokee Indians, 1946.
12. Report: Cherokee Indian Culture, 1946-48.
13. Report: Cherokee Reservation School Board Meetings, 1946-49.
14. Report: Civil Action No. 1544 - North Carolina, 1946-55.
15. Report: Cherokee Indian Fair Association, 1946-56.
16. Report: Indian Health Services, 1946-56.
17. Report: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1946-64.
18. Report: United States Civil Service Commission, 1947.
19. Report: Filing System of the United States Indian Field Service, 1947.
20. Report: Missouri Investigation and Boston Citizenship Committee, 1947.
21. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1947.

Box 55 - Folder #:

1. Report: A Ten Year Program for the Navajo, 1947.
2. Report: The Withdrawal of Federal Supervision of the American Indian, 1947.
3. Report: Congressional Report, 1947-48.
4. Report: Industry of North Carolina, 1947-49.
5. Report: Navajo - Hopi Rehabilitation Program, 1947-49.
6. Report: Cherokee Removal of Tribal Government, 1947-56.
7. Report: Fox Social Organization, 1948.
8. Report: Native Land Rights in Alaska, 1948.
9. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1948.
10. Report: Missouri River Basin Investigations, 1948.
11. Report: The Indian - The Oldest Skelton in Uncle Sam's Closet, 1948.
12. Report: Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs, 1948.
13. Report: The Five Civilized Tribes, 1948.

Box 56 - Folder #:

1. Report: Report of the Committee of Indian Affairs to the Commission on Organization of the Executive
Branch of the Government, Parts 1 and 2, 1948.
2. Report: Report of the Committee of Indian Affairs to the Commission on Organization of the Executive
Branch of the Government, Parts 3 and 4, 1948.
3. Report: Report of the Committee of Indian Affairs to the Commission on Organization of the Executive
Branch of the Government, Parts 1 and 2, (2nd Copy), 1948.
4. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Division of Extension and Industry Conference, 1948.
5. Report: Resolutions 1, 2, 15, 55, by John Paris, Director of Public Relations, 1948.
6. Report: Charley Drake - American Indian and Archeological Books, 1949.
7. Report: The Federal Indian Service, 1949.
8. Report: Waccamaw Tribal Recognition by James E. Alexander, 1949.
9. Report: Outline of Needs for Relief of Distress Among Indian Tribes, 1949.
10. Report: Court Case - Irene Robinson vs. C. Y. Thomason Construction Company, 1949.
11. Report: Report to the Pueblo Governors, 1949.
12. Report: Indian Uprising - New Style, 1949.
13. Report: The Second Inter-American Indian Conference and the Final Act, 1949.
14. Report: Agricultural Veterans Training Program at Cherokee Reservation, 1949.
15. Report: The Federal Indian Service by Joseph C. O'Mahoney, 1949.

Box 57 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indians of the United States by the National Indian Institute, 1949.
2. Report: The Negotiation of Ratified Treaties between 1801- and 1869, 1949.
3. Report: Oklahoma Tribes' Road Conditions to Construction, 1949.
4. Report: The Five Civilized Tribes - Progess and Problems, 1949.
5. Report: Cherokee High School Outlines, 1949-50.
6. Report: Indian Education and Civil Service Examinations, 1949-62.
7. Report: Audit of the Cherokee Historical Association, 1950.
8. Report: Navajo Development, 1950.
9. Report: Management Review and Appraisal System, Volume I- III, 1950.
10. Report: Management Review and Appraisal System Volume IV, 1950.
11. Report: Speech by William E. Warne at a meeting of the New Mexico Indian Affairs Association, 1950.
12. Report: Statistical Charts - Indians of the United States, 1950.
13. Report: Indian Tribes - Short Bibliographies, 1950.
14. Report: Cherokee Historical Association, Recommendations to the Board of Trustees, 1950.
15. Report: Indian Education, 1950.
16. Report: Minutes of the Aberdeen Area Conference, 1950.
17. Report: Civil Service Retirement System, 1950.

Box 58 - Folder #:

1. Report: The Navajo Indians Living Off the Reservation in New Mexico, 1950.
2. Report: A Guidance Manual for Indian Service Schools, 1950.
3. Report: Cherokee Handbook Information, 1950.
4. Report: "Unto These Hills" and Indian's Right to Vote, 1950- 51.
5. Report: Biennial Survey of Education, 1950-52.
6. Report: Indian Fine Arts and Handcraft - Regional Exhibit, 1950-53.
7. Report: Government and Missions Coorperation, Allen G. Harper, 1951.
8. Report: Indian Affairs Manual - Community Services and Education, 1951.
9. Report: Cherokee Historical Association, 1951.
10. Report: Cherokee Agency Legislative Program in the 2nd Congress, First Session, 1951.
11. Report: Minneapolis Area Program Report, 1951.
12. Report: United States Department of Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, 1951.
13. Report: Indian Affairs Manual - Transmittal Sheets, 1951-53.
14. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1951-54.
15. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs - Sac to Fox Indians, 1951- 54.
16. Report: Cherokee Research, 1951-55.
17. Report: Land Operation Conferences, 1951-62.

Box 59 - Folder #:

1. Report: Governor's Interstate Indian Council, 1952.
2. Report: Employees of Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1952.
3. Report: Life is A Challenge and A Great Adventure, 1952.
4. Report: Management Improvement Schedule - Red Lake Indian Agency, 1952.
5. Report: United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Program in Wisconsin, 1952.
6. Report: The Crisis in United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Institute of Ethnic Affairs, 1952.
7. Report: Summary Data on American Indians, 1952.
8. Report: American Indian Development, 1952.
9. Report: Cherokee Historical Association, 1952-54.
10. Report: The Bureau of Indian Affairs-John Collier, 1952-55.
11. Report: Felix Cohen's Comments on Bill Authorizing Indian Bureau to Seize, Search, Arrest, and Shoot Indians, 1952-55.
12. Report: Excerpts from Indian Affairs Manual, 1952-56.
13. Report: VA Regulations-Vocational Rehabilitation and Education, 1952-57.
14. Report: Navajo-Hopi - Long Range Program, 1953.
15. Report: Fort Berthold Agency, 1953.
16. Report: Projects of the Cherokee Historical Association, 1953.
17. Report: The Tsali Institute for Cherokee, 1953.

Box 60 - Folder #:

1. Report: Performance Rating for Joe Jennings as Superintendent, 1953.
2. Report: Address by Orme Lewis at Seminar in Connection with Intertribal Ceremonial, 1953.
3. Report: All-tribes American Indian Center, 1953.
4. Report: Licenses to Trade with Indians, 1953.
5. Report: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1953-54.
6. Report: Indian Enrollment in the State Training School at Plankton, South Dakota, 1953-1954.
7. Report: Second and Third Annual Conferences of the Southeastern Community Development Association, 1953-54.
8. Report: Improved Administration, 1953-54.
9. Report: Northern Cheyene Tribe Land Sales, 1953-54.
10. Report: Western North Carolina Highlanders, 1953-54.
11. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953-55.
12. Report: Legislation Concerning Indians, 1953-55.
13. Report: Southeastern Community Development Association Annual Conference, 1953-55.
14. Report: Summaries of Congressional Legislation, 1953-56.
15. Report: Indian Education, 1955-56.

Box 61 - Folder #:

1. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs - Summaries of State's Activities, 1953-56.
2. Report: Summary of Congressional Legislation, 1953-59.
3. Report: Laws, Regulations, Court Opinions, and Tribal Ordinances, 1954.
4. Report: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1954.
5. Report: Cartographic Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954.
6. Report: Seminole Agency to the Muskogee Area Office, 1954.
7. Report: Professional Indian Education, 1954.
8. Report: Summary of Area Director's Conference, 1954.
9. Report: Navajo Program for the Save the Children Federation, 1954.
10. Report: East Tennessee Community Improvement Program Committee, 1954.
11. Report: Area Director's Conference, 1954.
12. Report: The Local Planning Program in Tennessee, 1954.
13. Report: Annual Report of the Commissioner, 1954.
14. Report: Boundary Tree Tourist Center - County Planning Board - General Status of North Carolina - Catawba Reservation, 1954.
15. Report: Report on the Florida Seminoles, 1954.
16. Report: Eastern Cherokee Indian and Indian Bureau Appropriations, 1954.
17. Report: Placement and Relocation Narrative - Health Conditions, 1954.
18. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954.
19. Report: Cherokees of Big Cove Community, 1954.
20. Report: Minutes of Finance Committee - Western North Carolina Development Association, 1954.
21. Report: North Carolina State Board of Health, 1954.
22. Report: List of Area and Field Offices, 1954.
23. Report: Segregation in Public Schools, 1954.

Box 62 - Folder #:

1. Report: Glen L. Emmons - Indian Affairs, 1954-55.
2. Report: Rural Development Program Conference, 1954-56.
3. Report: Community Development and Land Adjustment, 1954-61.
4. Report: Attendance and Income Comparison for "Unto These Hills" of the Cherokee Historical Association, 1954-65.
5. Report: Bureau Finance and Legislation of Qualla Arts and Crafts, 1955.
6. Report: Rural Development Program, 1955.
7. Report: Statement of Under Secretary of Agriculture, True D. Morse, before the House Sub-committee on the Department of Agriculture and Related Agencies Appropriation Bill, 1955.
8. Report: Indian as a Citizen of the United States Voluntary Relocation Program, 1955.
9. Report: Economic Development of Indians, Government and Indians, and Education for Indians, 1955.
10. Report: Glenn L. Emmons - Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1955.
11. Report: Anthropology and Administration of American Indian Affairs by William H. Kelley, 1955.
12. Report: Plan of Operation - Corporate Enterprises of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, 1955.
13. Report: Most Pressing Needs for Indian Health and Sanitary Facilities, 1955.
14. Report: A Survey of a Cherokee Indian Community, 1955.
15. Report: Cherokee Swinging Bridge Collapses, 1955.
16. Report: Indian Rights and American Justice, 1955.
17. Report: Cherokee Rights and American Justice, 1955.
18. Report: Indian Policy and Education, 1955.
19. Report: Flandreau Termination Program, 1955.
20. Report: Navajo Agency Reorganization (Navajo Reservation Map removed), 1955.

Box 63 - Folder #:

1. Report: Comparative Review of Situation Data, 1955.
2. Report: Comparative Review of Situation Data, 1955.
3. Report: Asheville Agricultural Development Council, 1955.
4. Report: Effective Functioning at Tribal Councils, 1955.
5. Report: Indian Health - A Problem and a Challenge, 1955.
6. Report: Programs and Problems of the Choctow Indian Agency, 1955.
7. Report: Cultural and Economic Status of the Sioux People, 1955.
8. Report: Our American Government, 1955.
9. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs Central Office - Rate Sheets, Santo Domingo Pueblo, 1955.
10. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs and Federal Civil Service Policy Packet, Part I, 1955-56.
11. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs and Federal Civil Service Policy Packet, Part II, 1955-56.
12. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs and Federal Civil Service Policy Packet, Part III, 1955-56.
13. Report: Montana College Committee on Human Relations, 1955- 56.
14. Report: Indian Education in Arizona and the Indians of North and South Dakota, 1955-56.

Box 64 - Folder #:

1. Report: Indian Affairs Government Actions, Conferences, and Presidential Address, 1955-56.
2. Report: Indian Education, Goals and Proceedings of the Conference on Indian Affairs, 1955-56.
3. Report: Cultural and Economic Status of the Sioux People and Standing Rock Reservation North and South Dakota, 1955-57.
4. Report: Ford Foundation Urban and Regional Grant Programs, 1955-61.
5. Report: Treaty Between United States and Various Indian Tribes, 1955-66.
6. Report: Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Council, 1956.
7. Report: Statement on Current Issues in Indian Affairs, 1956.
8. Report: Comprehensive Reservation Programming, 1956.
9. Report: Indian Affairs Manual, 1956.
10. Report: Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual, 1956.
11. Report: Living and Working Conditions of Indigenous Populations in Independent Countries, 1956.
12. Report: Relocation Services Program, 1956.

Box 65 - Folder #:

1. Report: History and Sketch of Development of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956.
2. Report: The United States Indian Service - A Sketch of the Development of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and of Indian Policy, 1956.
3. Report: National Congress of American Indians and Indian Rights Association, 1956.
4. Report: Would You Like to Learn a Trade? - Branch of Relocation Services Training Services, 1956.
5. Report: Address by Marion B. Folson, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1956.
6. Report: Community Development Programs in the Southeast, 1956-57.
7. Report: Financial Report of the Oconaluftee Indian Village and Museum of the Cherokee, 1956-57.
8. Report: United States Government Policies Towards American Indians - A Few Basic Facts, 1956-57.
9. Report: Characteristics of the Navajo Work Force - Expanded Services to Arizona Reservation Indians, 1956-57.
10. Report: Authorized Vocational Training Courses, 1957.
11. Report: The Indian Bureau's Program of Adult Education, October 1957.
12. Report: The Voluntary Relocation Program of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1957.
13. Report: Red Fox and Choctaw Indians, 1957.
14. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs - Management Improvement Schedule for Calendar Year, 1957.
15. Report: Office of Indian Affairs, 1957-58.
16. Report: Minutes of Meeting with Department of Education Research Council, 1957-59.
17. Report: Indian Education, 1958.
18. Report: The Indian - Our Fellow Citizen and Brother, 1958.
19. Report: Bureau of Indian Affairs - Information Service, 1959.
20. Report: National Congress of American Indians, 1959.

Box 66 - Folder #:

1. Report: Statements from American Indians About What Might Be Done to Improve the Situation of All Indians, 1960.
2. Report: United States Department of Agriculture - The Daily Summary, 1960.
3. Report: Business Lease - Cherokee Indian Agency, 1960.
4. Report: Remarks by John O. Crow, at a Meeting of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Section of Oklahoma, 1961.
5. Report: Books Purchased for Cherokee Historical Association, 1961.
6. Report: Indian Culture, 1961.
7. Report: Deliquency Prevention through Guidance in the Schools, 1961.
8. Report: Description of Cherokee Houses and Buildings, 1961.
9. Report: Tax-exempt Foundations and Charitable Trusts and Their Impact On Our Economy, 1962.
10. Report: Council of the Southern Mountains - Education and Membership, 1962-63.
11. Report: Basic Goals for Elementary Children, Beginning Year, levels, 1, 2, and 3, 1964.
12. Report: Statements and Remarks at Conferences by Glenn L. Emmons and Stewart L. Udall, 1966.
13. Report: Indian Administration, 1969.

Box 67 - Folder #:

1. Reports - Miscellaneous: Red Clay Indian Nation, 1837.
2. Reports - Miscellaneous: Cherokees of North Carolina, 1852.
3. Reports - Miscellaneous: Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1884.
4. Reports - Miscellaneous: Peyote Issue, 1918.
5. Reports - Miscellaneous: Complaint of the Pine Ridge Sioux, 1920.
6. Reports - Miscellaneous: Office of Indian Affairs, 1924-48.
7. Reports - Miscellaneous: Survey of Indian Conditions in the United States, 1929.
8. Reports - Miscellaneous: Economic Life of American Indians, 1930-52.
9. Reports - Miscellaneous: Navajo Tribe's Condition, 1930-56.

Box 68 - Folder #:

1. Reports - Miscellaneous: Carson Ryan, Director of Indian Education of the United States Indian Service, 1931-38.
2. Reports - Miscellaneous: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Cherokee Indian Agency, 1931-49, 1953.
3. Reports - Miscellaneous: Eliminate Reimburseable Debts of Indians, 1932.
4. Reports - Miscellaneous: Indian Service Policies, 1932-34.
5. Reports - Miscellaneous: Bureau of Reservations Statistical Reports, 1933-35.
6. Reports - Miscellaneous: Readjustment of Indian Affairs, 1934.
7. Reports - Miscellaneous: Office of Indian Affairs, 1934-41.
8. Reports - Miscellaneous: Bureau Policy and Activities, 1934- 43.
9. Reports - Miscellaneous: Memorandums for the Press, 1935.

Box 69 - Folder #:

1. Reports - Miscellaneous: Oglala High School, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Part 1, 1935.
2. Reports - Miscellaneous: Oglala High School, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Part 2, 1935.
3. Reports - Miscellaneous: Government Indian School Cherokee Trust Funds, Treaties, 1935-55.
4. Reports - Miscellaneous: Test Performance of Full and Mixed Blood North Dakota Indians, 1936.
5. Reports - Miscellaneous: Washo Indians Pueblo Government, 1936.
6. Reports - Miscellaneous: Hopi Indian Agency, June 12, 1936.
7. Reports - Miscellaneous: Great Lakes Chippewa, 1936-43.
8. Reports - Miscellaneous: Tribal Councils Indian Organizations, 1936-44.
9. Reports - Miscellaneous: Choctow Indian Tribe, 1936-45.

Box 70 - Folder #:

1. Reports - Miscellaneous: California Indians - Jurisdictional Act, 1936-51.
2. Reports - Miscellaneous: Proceeding Glacier Park Conference and Reconnaissance Survey, 1937-38.
3. Reports - Miscellaneous: Land Assessments, 1938-43.
4. Reports - Miscellaneous: Denver, Colorado Conference on Indian Organization, 1939.
5. Reports - Miscellaneous: Vocational Agricultural Pierre Indian School, 1939.
6. Reports - Miscellaneous: Extensive Descriptions of Various Indian Tribes, 1939.
7. Reports - Miscellaneous: Standing Pine Day School, 1940.
8. Reports - Miscellaneous: Fort Berthold Indian Hearings, 1941.
9. Reports - Miscellaneous: Cherokee Indian Reservation Departmental Affairs, 1942-55.
10. Reports - Miscellaneous: Reduction of None Essential Federal Expendatures, 1943.
11. Reports - Miscellaneous: Survey of Conditions Among the Indians of the United States, 1943.
12. Reports - Miscellaneous: Ratings for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1943-45.

Box 71 - Folder #:

1. Reports - Miscellaneous: Report of the Commissioner of  Indian Affairs, Indian Self Government, 1944-55.
2. Reports - Miscellaneous: Historical Material Concerning  Local School and Community, 1945.
3. Reports - Miscellaneous: Inter-America Institute, 1945.
4. Reports - Miscellaneous: Progress and Accomplishments of the Cherokee, 1945-54.
5. Reports - Miscellaneous: Handbook of American Indians, 1945.
6. Reports - Miscellaneous: Health Division of Indian Affairs, 1946-50.
7. Reports - Miscellaneous: Conference of Area Directors, 1951.
8. Reports - Miscellaneous: Indian Affairs Manual, 1951-53.
9. Reports - Miscellaneous: Second Annual Conference of the Southeastern Community Development Association, 1953.
10. Reports - Miscellaneous: Background on Indians, 1953.
11. Reports - Miscellaneous: Joe Jennings as Superintendent Cherokee Agency - Statistical Information, 1953.
12. Reports - Miscellaneous: Third Annual Conference of Southeastern Development Association, 1954.
13. Reports - Miscellaneous: Extension Teaching Work, 1955.
14. Reports - Miscellaneous: Address by Commissioner of Indian  Affairs Glenn L. Emmons before the 12th Annual Conference of National Congress of American Indians, 1955.
15. Reports - Miscellaneous: The American Indian - Yesterday,  Today and Tomorrow, 1955.
16. Reports - Miscellaneous: Relocation Services Chapters 1-8, 1956.
17. Reports - Miscellaneous: National Congress of American Indians, 1956.
18. Report - Miscellaneous: Interior Department Manual, 1956.
19. Reports - Miscellaneous: Pine Ridge Conference on Community, Organization and Leadership, 1957.

Box 72 - Folder #:

1. Report: Guidelines for Community Newspaper Publications, ND.
2. Report: John Colliers Administration, ND.
3. Report: Peairs, ND.
4. Report: Development of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and of Indian Policy, ND.
5. Report: Agreement between South Carolina and Department of Interior Concerning the Catawba Indians, ND.
6. Report: Cherokee Heritage, ND.
7. Report: Rehabilitation on the Rosebud Reservation, ND.
8. Report: United States Delegation to the Third Inter-American Indian Conference, ND.
9. Report: Indians in Public Schools, ND.
10. Report: Indian Education - "The Outing System", ND.
11. Report: Oglala Sioux Vocabulary, ND.
12. Report: New Frontiers on the Great Plains, ND.
13. Report: A Course of Study in Auto Mechanics for Junior and Senior High School by Edgar Allen, ND.
14. Report: A Test Concerning the American Indian, ND.
15. Report: Law and Order in the New Mexico Pueblos, ND.
16. Report: Present Condition of the Oklahoma Choctaw by Charles Wisdom, ND.
17. Report: Indian Service Policies, ND.
18. Report: Economic and Social Data on the Rosebud Reservation, ND.
19. Report: Adult Education Report on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, ND.
20. Report: Tribal Relations, ND.
21. Report: Health Education and Sanitation, ND.
22. Report: Proposed Klamath Adult Education Program, ND.
23. Report: A Pilot Project in Adult Education, ND.
24. Report: Proposed Land Policy Statement for Consideration by Indian Tribal Organizations and Individuals, ND.
25. Report: Economic and Social Data on the Santee, Lower Brule, and Pine Ridge Reservations, ND.
26. Report: Indian Land Development, ND.
27. Report: United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, ND.
28. Report: A New Deal for Indians by Elizabeth Shipley, ND.
29. Report: New Indian Reorganization Act, ND.
30. Report: Outline of Tribal Constitution and By-Laws, ND.
31. Report: Community Devleopment, ND.

Box 73 - Folder #:

1. Report: Situation of American Indians in the United States, ND.
2. Report: 84th Congress - Amendments to Public Law 815, ND.
3. Report: Recommendations Summarized from Dr. Rodnicks Report, ND.
4. Report: To Commissioner Rhoades from Ryan, ND.
5. Report: Thomas Jefferson Morgan and Daniel Dorchester, ND.
6. Report: Arts and Crafts of the Oglala Community High School, ND.
7. Report: Recent Accomplishments of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, ND.
8. Report: Administration at the Rosebud Agency, ND.
9. Report: Education and Training Program for Indians, ND.
10. Report: Junaluska, Cherokee Indian, ND.
11. Report: Brief Survey of the Federal Education Program for Indians, ND.
12. Report: Cherokee Indian Agency and the Rural Community Organization and Development, ND.
13. Report: Native Indian Methods of Education, ND.
14. Report: A History of Schools on the Omaha Reservation, ND.
15. Report: United States Department of Conservation, ND.
16. Report: Indian Culture, ND.
17. Report: Reservation Program Data of the Rosebud Indian Reservation, ND.
18. Report: Objectives for the Social Science Courses as Taught in the Oglala Community High School by I. L. Nichols, ND.
19. Report: Brief Survey of the Federal Education Program for Indians, ND.
20. Report: Estelle Reel's Administration, ND.
21. Report: Dramatic Events in the 1920's, ND.
22. Report: Cherokee Homemaking Program Outline, ND.
23. Report: Annual Report of the Homemaking Department of the Cherokee Indian Reservation, ND.
24. Report: Home Economics Courses in Indian Schools, ND.
25. Report: "The Ideal Student and the Ideal School", ND.
26. Report: Public Health Program in the Indian Field Service, ND.
27. Report: The Voluntary Relocation Program of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Situation of American Indians in the United States and A New Deal for the Indians, ND.

Box 74 - Folder #:

1. Report: Cost of Self-sustaining Livestock Business, ND.
2. Report: Indian Tribes of North Carolina, Oklahoma, Ohio and South Carolina, ND.
3. Report: Adult Education - Pine Ridge Reservation, ND.
4. Report: Problems for School Administration 441-6 Day Class - Indian Arts, Crafts, and Culture, ND.
5. Report: Cooperation for Oklahoma Indians, ND.
6. Report: Statement on Indian Bureau's Fee Patent Policy, ND.
7. Report: Unto These Hills, ND.
8. Report: Guide - Manual Information, ND.
9. Report: Responsibilities of the Home Economic Teacher in the Indian Board School, ND.
10. Report: Federal Day School Policies, ND.
11. Report: Beatty's Policies and Beliefs by W. Beatty, ND.
12. Report: Cherokee Village Activities and Customs by Dr. John Witthoft, ND.
13. Report: History of Thunder Butte, ND.
14. Report: Cherokee Readjustment - Problems Facing American Indians in Transition from Reservation Status, ND.
15. Report: The Rural Development Program, ND.
16. Report: Livestock and Range Course at the Oglala Community High School, ND.
17. Report: List of Materials and Sources for Botanical Project, ND.
18. Report: The Red Shift Development Association, ND.
19. Report: Policies of Indian Education of the Mexican Revolution, ND.
20. Report: The Permanent Establishments are Being Forced Out of Washington, ND.
21. Report: Handbook of Indian Land Policy and Manual Procedures, ND.
22. Report: Education, Public School Laws, and Congressional Records and Missions, ND.
23. Report: Indian Education - Mission Schools, ND.

Box 75 - Folder #:

1. Report: Equal Employment Opportunity in Bureau of Indian Affairs, ND.
2. Report: Unemployment Among American Indians, ND.
3. Report: Conservation in World Perspective, ND.
4. Report: Portraits of American Indians, ND.
5. Report: Oglala Community High School, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, ND.
6. Report: Mohave Indians and Their Neighbors, ND.
7. Report: Being a Mesquakie Indian, ND.
8. Report: Hoover Commission on the Department of Interior, ND.
9. Report: Cheyenne River Reservation, South Dakota, ND.
10. Report: Cherokee Village Activities, ND.
11. Report: Fort Peck Study, ND.
12. Report: History of the Indian Bureau, ND.
13. Report: American Indians in the United States, ND.
14. Report: School Reading Instruction Program, ND.
15. Report: Appraisal of Elementary School Program, ND.
16. Report: Indian Rights Association, ND.
17. Report: Pine Ridge Elementary Program, ND.
18. Report: Indian Resources, Crafts and Pottery, ND.
19. Report: Land Consolidation and Utilization, ND.
20. Report: Duties of Superintendent of Indian Education, ND.
21. Report: History of the Indian Bureau, ND.
22. Report: New Indian Reservation Act, ND.
23. Report: Indian Land Problem in the United States, ND.
24. Report: Indian Land Problems in the United States, ND.
25. Report: "What is the Council Doing?," ND.
26. Report: Council of the Southern Mountains, ND.
27. Report: Preparation of Project Plan, ND.
28. Report: New Schools for Indian Children, ND.
29. Report: Cherokee Indian Farmers Cooperative, ND.
30. Report: Southeastern Community Development Association, ND.
31. Report: Location and Number of Landless Indians, ND.
32. Report: Home Economics Teachers Work with Adults, ND.
33. Report: Operating Guide for Vocational Training, ND.
34. Report: Indian Agency Educational Curriculum, ND.
35. Report: Archaeology, ND.
36. Report: Teacher Development for Indian Schools, ND.
37. Report: Social and Economic Facts on the Cherokee Reservation, ND.
38. Report: Eastern Cherokee Indian's Recent Progress, ND.
39. Report: Field and Play Day Meeting at the Oglala Boarding School, ND.
40. Report: Evaluation of Indian Organization, ND.
41. Report: Withdrawal of Government Supervision of Indian Affairs, ND.
42. Report: Administration of Dillion Myer, ND.
43. Report: Rules and Regulations for Tribes in Oklahoma, ND.

Box 76 - Folder #:

1. Report: Road Beautification and Roadside Parks, ND.
2. Report: John Collier as Indian Commissioner, ND.
3. Report: John Collier - Biography, ND.
4. Report: Indian Environment and the Reservation School, ND.
5. Report: Roads Administration, ND.
6. Report: Choctaw Indians, ND.
7. Report: Brophy, Zimmerman and Nichols, ND.
8. Report: Agricultural Conference and Indian Secondary Schools, ND.
9. Report: Dr. Ryan's comments on Indian Education, ND.
10. Report: The Literature of Native Administrative, ND.
11. Report: Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, ND.
12. Report: The Indian Service Secondary School, ND.
13. Report: Howard-Wheeler Act, ND.
14. Report: Bureau Policy, Economic Statements, and Bibliographies, ND.
15. Report: Fee Patent Policy, ND.
16. Report: Fort Belknap Indian Community, ND.
17. Report: Sioux Vocabulary, ND.
18. Report: Indian Reorganization Act, ND.
19. Report: Field Conference Forestry Report, ND.
20. Report: Cherokee Reservation Development, ND.
21. Report: Haile vs. Saunooke, ND.
22. Report: Affidavit - Haile vs. Saunooke, ND.
23. Report: Standard Language to be Used in Concession Contracts, ND.
24. Report: Commissioners of Bureau between 1897 and 1909, ND.
25. Report: Indian Education, ND.
26. Report: Distribution of Tribes and Linguistic Group, ND.
27. Report: Congressional Policy Toward the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the 1920's, ND.
28. Report: Indian Tribes of the United States, ND.
29. Report: Indian Community Education Questionaires, ND.
30. Report: List of American Indian Tribes and Their Geography, ND.

Box 77 - Folder #:

1. Report: Sioux Vocabulary, ND.
2. Report: Blank Report Forms, ND.
3. Report: Future Indian Farmers of America, ND.
4. Report: Conference Records, ND.
5. Report: Joint House-Senate Resolution, ND.
6. Report: Self-government and General Advancement, ND.
7. Report: Racial Psychology-Biological Implications, ND.
8. Report: Indian Court Cases, ND.
9. Report: American Indians, ND.
10. Report: Cherokee Mission, ND.
11. Report: Organization of the Statistics Division, ND.
12. Report: Memorandum to Mr. Herrick, ND.
13. Report: Bureau Policy, ND.
14. Report: Community Education Program, ND.
15. Report: Conference Leadership Qualities, ND.
16. Report: Evaluation of Agency Superintendents, ND.
17. Report: Personnel Problems with Fort Hall Agency, ND.
18. Report: Evaluation of Indian Organization, ND.
19. Report: Rules and Regulations, ND.
20. Report: Window Rock Area Office Position Listing, ND.

Subseries IV-D, CONGRESSIONAL RECORDS AND REPORTS, 1840-1964, Boxes 77- 80.

Subseries IV-D contains congressional records and reports documenting the legislative activities of the federal government and the effect these activities had upon the American Indian and the Bureau of Indian Affairs between 1840 and 1964. The records are arrange chronologically.

Box 77 - Folder #:

21. Congressional Records: 1838-1848.
22. Congressional Records: Letters from the Secretary of the Treasury, 1840-1894.

Box 78 - Folder #:

1. Congressional Records: Letters from the Secretary of the Navy, 1851-1888.
2. Congressional Records: California Indians, 1855.
3. Congressional Records: Social and Racial Problems of the Choctow, Sachem, Wiandot, Delaware, Chippawa and Ottawa Indians, 1872-1932.
4. Congressional Records: 1874-1885.
5. Congressional Records: 1874-1924.
6. Congressional Records: Indians of Michigan and Indiana, 1875.
7. Congressional Records: Western Cherokee Indians, 1879.
8. Congressional Records: Removal of Northern Cheyenne, 1881.
9. Congressional Records: Speech of B. M. Cutcheon, May 1886.
10. Congressional Records: Speech of J. D. Sayers, April 26, 1888.
11. Congressional Records: 1888-1941.
12. Congressional Records: Pillanger Indians and Treaty of 1847, 1890.
13. Congressional Records: Indian Affairs, 1891-1963.
14. Congressional Records: Moneys due to the Cherokee Nations, 1895.

Box 79 - Folder #:

1. Congressional Records: Community Development and Indian  Reservations, 1909-35.
2. Congressional Records: Appropriations for Indian Affairs for  1911, 1910.
3. Congressional Records: Indians of the United States, Field Investigation, 1920.
4. Congressional Records: The Speech of William Williamson, 1928.
5. Congressional Records: 1928.
6. Congressional Records: 1930.
7. Congressional Records: Education of Indian Children, 1930.
8. Congressional Records: Hearings on Indian Affairs, 1930-31.
9. Congressional Records: Federal Indian Policies, 1930-37.
10. Congressional Records: H. J. Hagerman Case, 1932.
11. Congressional Records: Education, Medical, and Relief, 1932.
12. Congressional Records: Conservation and Development of Indian Lands and Resources, 1932.
13. Congressional Records: 1933.
14. Congressional Records: 1933-56.
15. Congressional Records: Act of 73'd, Congress, 1934.
16. Congressional Records: Definition of the Election Procedure, 1934.
17. Congressional Records: Indian Affairs, 1940-44.
18. Congressional Records: Indian Policy, 1940-55.
19. Congressional Records: 1943.
20. Congressional Records: 1944.
21. Congressional Records: 1945.
22. Congressional Records: Aspects of Indian Policy, 1945-57.
23. Congressional Records: District Court filing and map, 1946.
24. Congressional Records: Interior Department Appropriations, 1946-53.
25. Congressional Records: 1947-56.
26. Congressional Records: February 8, 1949.
27. Congressional Records: Senate and House Bills, 1949.

Box 80 - Folder #:

1. Congressional Records: Trial Transcripts, 1950.
2. Congressional Records: Legal Bills, Senate Hearing, 1950-51.
3. Congressional Records: 1951-53.
4. Congressional Records: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953-56.
5. Congressional Records: House and Bill Resolutions, 1953-56.
6. Congressional Records: House of Representatives Amendments, 1954-56.
7. Congressional Records: Abolish the funcitons of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1955.
8. Congressional Records: Department of Agriculture - Human Resources, 1955.
9. Congressional Records: Hopi Tribe Part I, 1955.
10. Congressional Records: Hopi Tribe Part II, 1955
11. Congressional Records: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956. 12. Congressional Records: Congressional Records, 1962-64.

Subseries IV-E, PRESS RELEASES, 1926-1967, Boxes 81-85.

Subseries IV-E contains Bureau of Indian Affairs press releases documenting the general operation and management of the Indian Service between 1926 and 1967. The records are arranged chronologically with all undated material located at the end of this subseries.

Box 81 - Folder #:

1. Press Releases: Instruction for Government Research, 1926.
2. Press Releases: Indian Affairs and Schools, 1929-54.
3. Press Releases: Education, 1932-52.
4. Press Releases: Department of Interior, 1933-37.
5. Press Releases: Pueblos and John Collier, 1933.
6. Press Releases: Howard-Wheeler Bill, 1934.
7. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1934-37.
8. Press Releases: Navajo Policy, 1934-49.
9. Press Releases: Bureau Activities, 1937.
10. Press Releases: Department of the Interior - Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1937.
11. Press Releases: Bound Volume, 1937.
12. Press Releases: Bound Volume, 1938.
13. Press Releases: Department of the Interior - Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1938.

Box 82 - Folder #:

1. Press Releases: 1939.
2. Press Releases: Department of the Interior - Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1939.
3. Press Releases: Bureau Activities 1940, United States Department of the Interior, 1940.
4. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1940-54.
5. Press Releases: Department of the Interior, January 1941-December 1949.
6. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1941-56.
7. Press Releases: Bound Volume, 1942.

Box 83 - Folder #:

1. Press Releases: Department of Interior, 1946-49.
2. Press Releases: Department of Interior, 1946-49.
3. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1949-56.
4. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1949-57.
5. Press Releases: Bureau Personnel Shift and Basic Policies of Indian Education, 1950-52.
6. Press Releases: Bureau Activities Part I, 1950-54.
7. Press Releases: Bureau Activities, Part II, 1950-54.
8. Press Releases: Bureau Activities, Part III, 1950-54.
9. Press Releases: Bureau Activities, Part IV, 1950-54.
10. Press Releases: Bureau Activities, Part V, 1950-54.

Box 84 - Folder #:

1. Press Releases: Smoke Signals - News for the Craftsmen, 1951.
2. Press Releases: Indian Consultation, 1952.
3. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1952-55.
4. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954-61.
5. Press Releases: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1955-56.
6. Press Releases: Department of Interior, 1956.
7. Press Releases: Great Lakes News and Lac Du Fanbleau Reservation, 1956.
8. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956.
9. Press Releases: Department of the Interior, 1956.
10. Press Releases: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956.
11. Press Releases: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956-57.
12. Press Releases: Department of the Interior, Bureau Activities, Part I, 1957-61.
13. Press Releases: Department of the Interior, Bureau Activities, Part II, 1957-61.
14. Press Releases: Udall Recommendation Bill, 1961-63.

Box 85 - Folder #:

1. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, December 1958-February 1963.
2. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1959.
3. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1959-1961.
4. Press Releases: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1959-1962.
5 Press Releases: U.S. Department of Health and Welfare, 1959- 63.
6. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, Part I, 1960-63.
7. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, Part II, 1960-63.
8. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1962- 63.
9. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1962-65.
10. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1963-65.
11. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1967.
12. Press Releases: Rehabilitation for Navajo and Hopi, California and Walapai Indians, ND.
13. Press Releases: Indians victimized by Oklahoma individuals, ND.
14. Press Releases: Official news releases, ND.
15. Press Releases: Indian Arts and Crafts, ND.
16. Press Releases: Progress Reports - Bureau of Indian Affairs, ND.
17. Press Releases: U.S. Department of the Interior, ND.

Subseries IV-F, PERIODICALS, 1892-1966, Boxes 86-93.

Subseries IV-F contains periodicals published by various Indian reservation agencies and private historical organizations describing all facets of American Indian culture between 1892 and 1966. The two prevalent publications, "Indian Truths" and "Indians at Work," document the gradual assimilation of the Indian into "mainstream" American culture. The records are arranged chronologically, with all undated items located at the end of the subseries.

Box 86 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: The Snake Dance Indians - The True Story of the Death of Sitting Bull, 1892-1911.
2. Periodicals: Indian Culture, 1912-30.
3. Periodicals: The Indian Leader, 1913-27.
4. Periodicals: Fort Totten Review, 1916.
5. Periodicals: The Red Man, An Illustrated Magazine Printed by Indians, 1916.
6. Periodicals: Indian Truth, 1925-55.
7. Periodicals: Indian Education Newsweek, 1929-56.
8. Periodicals: Monopoly in Montana, 1930.
9. Periodicals: Progressive Education: Indian Education Today, 1932.
10. Periodicals: Oklahoma Indian School Magazine, 1932-1933.
11. Periodicals: Indians at Work, 1933-1934.

Box 87 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: Indian Truth, 1933-39.
2. Periodicals: The Shawnee Sun and School and Society, 1933- 45.
3. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part I, April 1934-December 1934.
4. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part II, April 1934-December 1934.
5. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part III, April 1934-December 1934.
6. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part IV, April 1934-December 1934.
7. Periodicals: Flandreau Spirit, 1934.
8. Periodicals: Chemawa American, 1935.
9. Periodicals: The Navajo Service News, May 1, 1936.
10. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part I, 1936.
11. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part II, 1936.
12. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part III, 1936.

Box 88 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part IV, 1936.
2. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part V, 1936.
3. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part I, 1937.
4. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part II, 1937.
5. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part III, 1937.
6. Periodicals: The Red Man's Message, 1937-38.

Box 89 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: Indian Truth, 1937-41.
2. Periodicals: Indian Education, 1937-59.
3. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part I, 1938.
4. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part II, 1938.
5. Periodicals: Grapevine, 1938.
6. Periodicals: Home Economics Education, December 1938.
7. Periodicals: Indian Culture, 1938.
8. Periodicals: Education Division - Office of Indian Affairs, 1938.
9. Periodicals: Community, 1938-1941.
10. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part I, 1939.
11. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part II, 1939.
12. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part III, 1939.
13. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part IV, 1939.

Box 90 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: Unto These Hills, 1939.
2. Periodicals: Newsletter of American Association on Indian Affairs, 1939-41.
3. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part I, 1940.
4. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part II, 1940.
5. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part III, 1940.
6. Periodicals: Newsletter of American Association of Indian Affairs, 1940-42.
7. Periodicals: Newsweek - Education, February 1941.
8. Periodicals: Economics, 1941.
9. Periodicals: American Association Indian Affairs, 1941-42.
10. Periodicals: Indian Truth, 1941-57.
11. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part I, 1942.
12. Periodicals: Indians at Work, Part II, 1942.

Box 91 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: Indians at Work, 1942-43.
2. Periodicals: Indians at Work, 1943-44.
3. Periodicals: Motor News, The State, 1943-49.
4. Periodicals: Technical Publications Digest, 1944.
5. Periodicals: Indian Education, 1944.
6. Periodicals: Fort Belknap Community News, November 1945.
7. Periodicals: School and Society, 1945.
8. Periodicals: Deals with Wildlife, 1945.
9. Periodicals: Smoke Signals, 1945.
10. Periodicals: Fort Belknap Community News, April 1946.
11. Periodicals: The American Indian, 1946-55.

Box 92 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: The New Cherokee Advocate, 1950.
2. Periodicals: The New Cherokee Phoenix, June 30, 1951.
3. Periodicals: Unto These Hills, 1951.
4. Periodicals: Newsletter of the Archaeological Society of North Carolina, 1952.
5. Periodicals: Smoke Signals - A Circular for Craftsman, 1952- 54.
6. Periodicals: Guidance Newsletter, 1953.
7. Periodicals: Unto These Hills, 1954-55.
8. Periodicals: Indian Truths, 1954-59.
9. Periodicals: University of South Dakota Institute of Indian Studies, 1955.
10. Periodicals: Our National Indian Policy, 1955.
11. Periodicals: The Christian Century, 1955.
12. Periodicals: The Fort Hall Tevope, 1955.
13. Periodicals: Indian Signs, 1955-57.
14. Periodicals: Harvard Law Record, 1956.
15. Periodicals: Relocation Program 1956.
16. Periodicals: Indian Signs, 1956.
17. Periodicals: The American Indian Reviews, 1956.
18. Periodicals: Fort Loudon Newsletter, September 1956.
19. Periodicals: Federal Register of the National Archives, 1956.
20. Periodicals: Indian Congress Meets, 1956-57.
21. Periodicals: Tumbling Around These Prairies, 1957.
22. Periodicals: Indian Education, 1957-58.
23. Periodicals: Unto These Hills, 1957-60.
24. Periodicals: Indian Education, 1958-66.
25. Periodicals: The Christian Century, 1960.
26. Periodicals: Education in the Tennessee Press, November 1961.
27. Periodicals: Indian Life, 1961.
28. Periodicals: Southern School News, 1961.

Box 93 - Folder #:

1. Periodicals: Indian Voices, 1961-1966.
2. Periodicals: National Congress of American Indians, 1962.
3. Periodicals: Indian Industrial Development Program 1962-65.
4. Periodicals: The Navajo Times, 1963.
5. Periodicals: Museum News, 1967.
6. Periodicals: Oglala News, ND.
7. Periodicals: Unto These Hills, ND.
8. Periodicals: Indians at Work, ND.
9. Periodicals: Association on Indian Affairs Publications, ND.
10. Periodicals: Unto These Hills, ND.
11. Periodicals: Indians of Our Western Plains, ND.

Subseries IV-G, BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS CIRCULARS, 1918-1962, Boxes 94- 95.

Subseries IV-G consists of Bureau of Indian Affairs ciruclars documenting the general operation and policies of the Indian Service between 1918 and 1962. The records are arranged chronologically.

Box 94 - Folder #:

1. Circular: Progressive Indians, 1918.
2. Circular: Progressive Indians, 1918.
3. Circular: Indian Dancing, Religion, Native Songs and Language, 1921.
4. Circular: Pine Ridge Agency, 1932.
5. Circular: United States Indian Service, 1933-36.
6. Circular: Department of the Interior, 1933-38.
7. Circular: Office of Indian Affairs, 1933-43.
8. Circular: Tribal Relations, 1933-43.
9. Circular: Education and Health, 1933-44.
10. Circular: Indian Religious Freedom and Indian Culture, 1934.
11. Circular: Indian Service Policy, 1934.
12. Circular: Accounting Practices of Organized Tribal Councils, 1934-42.
13. Circular: Great Plains Area, 1936.
14. Circular: Progressive Education, 1936-38.

Box 95 - Folder #:

1. Circular: Indian Education and Organization, 1937-47.
2. Circular: Indian Agency Rations and the WPA Project, 1938.
3. Circular: Federal Relations to Local Planning, 1939.
4. Circular: Educational - Cherokee, North Carolina, 1940-48.
5. Circular: Education, 1940-48.
6. Circular: United States Department of the Interior - Juvenile Problems, 1942.
7. Circular: Minneapolis District Office, 1946.
8. Circular: Information Circular, 1948-52.
9. Circular: Dillon S. Myer Commission, 1951.
10. Circular: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1951-53.
11. Circular: Rehabilitation Proposal for three Tribes of Fort Berthold Agency, 1951-62.
12. Circular: Releases of Indian Affairs Manual, 1956-57.
13. Circular: Joe Jennings - Draft of Circular 3537, ND.

Subseries IV-H, MAPS, 1935-64, Box 96.

Subseries VI-H contains maps of various Indian reservations througout the United States dating between 1935 and 1964. Small maps have been placed in legal-size Hollinger boxes, and all oversized prints have been removed and placed in map cabinets by accession number. Maps are arranged chronologically.

Box 96 - Folder #:

1. Maps: Part of the United States showing field districts and district headquarters, 1935.
2. Maps: Indian Reservations in the United States, 1941.
3. Maps: Indian Reservations, 1942.
4. Maps: Map of Washington County, Tenn., A Guide to Washington County Historic Sites, 1953.
5. Maps: Showing Bureau of Indian Affairs Activities, 1954 and 1963.
6. Maps: Indian Reservations, 1959.
7. Maps: Indian Agencies, 1964.
8. Maps: Indian Reservations, ND.
9. Maps: Indian Reservations and Agencies, ND.

Subseries IV-I, YEARBOOKS, SCRAPBOOKS, AND MEMORABILIA, 1934-1950, Box 96.

Subseries IV-I contains Indian Agency high school yearbooks, student scrapbooks, and miscellaneous memorabilia dating between 1934 and 1950 that were acquired by Jennings during his tenure with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The records are arranged alphabetically according to content type and chronologically within content groupings.

Box 96 - Folder #:

10. Award: From Cherokee Historical Association to Joe Jennings for being a patron member, 1950.
11. Blockprints: Various Indian Activities (taken from unknown source), ND.
12. Color Plate: Ojibwa Facial Decoration, ND.
13. Music and Test: Indian Song, ND.
14. Postcards: Cherokee Indians, ND.
15. Postcards: Indian Culture, ND.
16. Postcard: Mission at Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico, ND.
17. Scrapbook: Cherokee Indian School, Home-Economic Department, 1934.
18. Yearbook: Fort Totten Community High School, 1939-40.
19. Yearbook: Trail's End '40, 1940.
20. Yearbook: Cherokee Indian School, 1941.
21. Yearbook: The Indian Leader, Hasket Institutes, Lawrence, Kansas, 1946.

Series V, EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES, 1918-1966, Boxes 1-19.

Series V contains correspondence, memoranda, bulletins, pamphlets, reports, minutes, press releases, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous periodicals documenting Jennings' activities as both a faculty member at East Tennessee State College/East Tennessee State University and chairman of the school's research council between 1957 and 1964. In addition to his ETSC activities, a large portion of this series includes material recording Jennings' extracurricular and research interests in rural community development, the Cherokee Indian Agency, Cherokee Historical Association, Indian aid, Indian Rights Association, Western North Carolina Community Development and the general operation of ETSC prior to 1957. The papers are arranged into seven subseries corresponding to the seven predominant types of material included within this series. The items within each subseries are organized alphabetically according to content type and then chronologically.

Subseries V-A, CORRESPONDENCE AND MEMORANDA, 1918-1965, Boxes 1-4.

Subseries V-A contains correspondence and memoranda documenting Jennings' activities while a faculty member at East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964 and his continued research interest after retirement. The bulk of the material covers higher education in Tennesssee, rural community development, and Indian health and welfare. The records are arranged alphabetically by record group and then chronologically.

Box 1 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Education and Teacher Salaries, 1918.
2. Correspondence: To Joe Jennings from Sidney Gilbreath Regarding Teaching Position at ETSU, November 3, 1919.
3. Correspondence: High School Teachers Meetings, 1940-45.
4. Correspondence: Legal Correspondence and Eduational Materials, 1945-64.
5. Correspondence: Personal Letters and Business Affairs, 1950-56.
6. Correspondence: Public Administration Booklist, 1953.
7. Correspondence: Rural Community Development, 1954-58.
8. Correspondence: Council of the Southern Mountains-Rural Development, 1954-64.
9. Correspondence: Indian Rights Association, 1954-65.
10. Correspondence: Community and Rural Development, 1955-65.
11. Correspondence: Community Development Program, 1956.
12. Correspondence: Curriculum and Information on Several Colleges in Area, 1956-61.
13. Correspondence: Southern Community Development Association Conferences, 1956-62.
14. Correspondence: Government Indian Educational Aid, 1956-65.
15. Correspondence: Attendance and Income Comparison, "Unto These Hills", 1957.
16. Correspondence: Official/Personal, 1957.
17. Correspondence: Book Sales and Purchases, 1957.
18. Correspondence: Personal, 1957-58.
19. Correspondence: Course Materials, 1957-58.
20. Correspondence: Magazine Subscriptions, 1957-59.
21. Correspondence: Graduate School and ETSU Information, 1957- 60.
22. Correspondence: Confirmation of Jennings Contracts at ETSC, 1957-60.
23. Correspondence: General Education, 1957-62.
24. Correspondence: Book Purchases, Part I, 1957-63.
25. Correspondence: Book Purchases, Part II, 1957-63.
26. Correspondence: Regional Development Organization, 1958.
27. Correspondence: ETSC, 1958.

Box 2 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Proposed Regional Development Organization, 1958.
2. Correspondence: Council of the Southern Mountains Incorporated, 1958.
3. Correspondence: "Crisis in Education", 1958.
4. Correspondence: Council of Southern Mountains, Inc. (promotional campaign), 1958.
5. Correspondence: ETSU Activities. 1958-60.
6. Correspondence: Confidential Memo on Students Scoring Below Average on Graduate Test, 1958-62.
7. Correspondence: ETSU Research Council Activities, 1958-63.
8. Correspondence: Education, 1958-64.
9. Correspondence: Council of Southern Mountains, 1958-64.
10. Correspondence: Request to Accept Aubrey Jean Whittaker to ETSU, 1959.
11. Correspondence: To Gilbert Hartsell from Milton Mayo and Thomas F. Rogers, 1959.
12. Correspondence: General, 1959.
13. Correspondence: Joe Morgan and Burgin E. Dossett, 1959.
14. Correspondence: Highlander Folk School, 1959.
15. Correspondence: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1959.
16. Correspondence: Education, 1959.
17. Correspondence: Activities at ESTU, 1959-60.
18. Correspondence: Joe Jennings' Research, 1959-60.
19. Correspondence: Southern Mountain Workers Association Conference, 1959-62.
20. Correspondence: Accelerated Program 1959-62.
21. Correspondence: Accelerated Program at ETSU, 1959-63.
22. Correspondence: Higher Education, 1959-63.
23. Correspondence: Accelerated Students Enrolled, 1959-64.
24. Correspondence: Higher Education - East Tennnessee Community Awards Program, 1960.
25. Correspondence: ETSU Activities, 1960.
26. Correspondence: Council of the Southern Mountians, Inc., 1960.
27. Correspondence: Honors Program, 1960.
28. Correspondence: Community Rural Development, 1960.
29. Correspondence: National Science Foundation, 1960.
30. Correspondence: ETSC, 1960-61.
31. Correspondence: Financial Statistics, 1960-62.
32. Correspondence: ETSC, 1960-63.
33. Correspondence: Tennessee Education Association, 1960-63.
34. Correspondence: ETSC Activities, 1960-66.
35. Correspondence: ETSC Activities, 1961.
36. Correspondence: ETSC Activities, 1961-63.
37. Correspondence: Johnson-O'Malley Act, 1961.
38. Correspondence: United States Department of Interior, 1961.
39. Correspondence: ETSC and Council of Southern Mountains, Inc., 1961.

Box 3 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: 16th and 17th Annual National Conference on Higher Education, 1961.
2. Correspondence: Webb School, 1961-62.
3. Correspondence: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1961-64.
4. Correspondence: Research Council, 1961-64.
5. Correspondence: Research Council, 1962.
6. Correspondence: Petition, 1962.
7. Correspondence: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1962-65.
8. Correspondence: ETSU Humanities Seminar Operating Committee, 1963.
9. Correspondence: ETSC Activities, 1963.
10. Correspondence: National Education Association, 1963.
11. Correspondence: Jarrett Blythe, 1963.
12. Correspondence: Gifted Students, 1963.
13. Correspondence: Research Council, 1963.
14. Correspondence: Talented Student Program, 1963.
15. Correspondence: Cherokee Historical Association, 1963.
16. Correspondence: North Carolina Community Improvement, 1963.
17. Correspondence: Books purchased, Part I, 1963-64.
18. Correspondence: Books purchased, Part II, 1963-64.
19. Correspondence: Research Council, 1963-64.
20. Correspondence: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1964.
21. Correspondence: Albert Gore, 1964.
22. Correspondence: James H. Quillen, 1964-65.
23. Correspondence: Michael Frame, 1964-65.
24. Correspondence: Community Development, 1964-65.
25. Correspondence: Mrs. Davida Gates, 1965.
26. Correspondence: F. A. Hood - Georgia Power Company, 1965.
27. Correspondence: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1965.

Box 4 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: American History - ETSU, 1967.
2. Memorandum: Community Education, 1957.
3. Memorandum: Research Council, 1957-60.
4. Memorandum: Additional Graduate Student Opportunities, 1958.
5. Memorandum: Education 582, Public School Law, 1958.
6. Memorandum: Public Programs - Assets and Liabilities, 1958.
7. Memorandum: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1958.
8. Memorandum: Farming and Education, 1958.
9. Memorandum: Gifted and Talented Students, 1958.
10. Memorandum: Education at ETSC, 1958-59.
11. Memorandum: Public Education and Schools, 1958-67.
12. Memorandum: Education, Gifted Students Program, 1959.
13. Memorandum: Experimental Education Program, 1959.
14. Memorandum: Graduate Student Awards, 1959.
15. Memorandum: Education, 1959-60.
16. Memorandum: East Tennessee State College Activities, 1959-60.
17. Memorandum: Education Objectives at ETSC, 1960-61.
18. Memorandum: Junior Colleges, 1961.
19. Memorandum: Tennessee Education Association, 1961.
20. Memorandum: ETSC Student Activities Committee, 1962.
21. Memorandum: Research Council - Financial Aid, 1963.
22. Memorandum: Talented Student Program, 1964.
23. Memorandum: Talent Search Honors Group, 1964.
24. Memorandum: Meeting to Reconsider Education 441G, ND.
25. Memorandum: Faculty Investment Group, ND.
26. Memorandum: Bell and Howell Company, Chicago, ND.
27. Memorandum: Schedule of Benefits, ND.
28. Memorandum: Books of School Law, ND.
29. Memorandum: Suggested Changes for Constitution, ND.
30. Memorandum: Test Questions and Answers, ND.

Subseries V-B, BULLETINS AND PAMPHLETS, 1950-1965, Boxes 5-6.

Subseries V-B contains bulletins and pamphlets on general and higher education concerns that were either used or acquired by Jennings during his tenure at East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964. The records represent Jennings' diverse research interests during his final years. The material is arranged alphabetically by content type and then chronologically.

Box 5 - Folder #:

1. Bulletins: Education in Tennessee Press - School Laws, 1953-61.
2. Bulletins: Rural Development Program News, 1957-60.
3. Bulletins: Education and Schools, 1957-64.
4. Bulletins: What Colleges are Doing, 1958.
5. Bulletins: Missouri Pacific Lines News Reel, 1958.
6. Bulletins: Southern States Industrial Council, 1958-61.
7. Bulletins: Education USA, January 29, 1959.
8. Bulletins: Education and Farming, 1959-60.
9. Bulletins: Education in Tennessee, 1959-60.
10. Bulletins: The Royal Bank of Canada Monthly Letters, 1959-66.
11. Bulletins: Education, Handicraft Fairs, and Old Spanish Trail, 1960-61.
12. Bulletins: Council for Basic Education, 1960.
13. Bulletins: Notes from FEE. 1960-63.
14. Bulletins: The Dean Says, 1960-66.
15. Bulletins: The Intercom, 1961.
16. Bulletins: Southern States Industrial Council, 1961.
17. Bulletins: Education in the Tennessee Press, 1961.
18. Bulletins: NEA News, 1962.
19. Bulletins: Public Wastes Acceleration Act, 1962.
20. Bulletins: Tennessee Education and Southern Mountain Association, 1962-65.
21. Bulletins: Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, September 12, 1963.
22. Bulletins: Higher Education and National Affairs, 1963-64.
23. Bulletins: Social Questions Bulletin, February 1964.
24. Bulletins: Educational, 1964-65.
25. Bulletins: World Clothing Fund, ND.

Box 6 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlets: Rural Development Programs, 1955-60.
2. Pamphlets: Current Research Briefs, 1957-58.
3. Pamphlets: Items, December 1958.
4. Pamphlets: NEA, Urban Renewal Notes, 1958-61.
5. Pamphlets: Education in the Tennessee Press, 1959.
6. Pamphlets: Resources in Redevelopment, 1961.
7. Pamphlets: Copy of Public Law 87-27 - Redevelopment, 1961.
8. Pamphlets: Items - Social Science Research Council, 1961-65. 9. Pamphlets: Outdoor Recreation a Field of Opportunity for Redevelopment, 1962.
10. Pamphlets: Special Report from Citizens for Progress, 1962- 1963.
11. Pamphlets: Tennessee Education Association, 1962-63.
12. Pamphlets: Higher Education and National Affairs, 1962-63.
13. Pamphlets: Indian Voices - The University of Chicago, 1963.
14. Pamphlets: ETSU/General, Kipliner Tax Letter/Cherokee, 1965.
15. Pamphlets: The Decades Ahead - Industrial Arts Teacher Education Reflecting Technology, 1966.
16. Pamphlets: Homebuilding as a Market for Products of Eastern Forests, ND.
17. Pamphlets: Automatic Screw Machine Training Program, ND.
18. Pamphlets: Community Education, ND.

Subseries V-C, REPORTS AND MINUTES, 1956-1967, Boxes 6-9.

Subseries V-C contains reports and East Tennessee State College Research Council minutes that were either used or acquired by Joe Jennings during his tenure at ETSC. The documents cover a broad range of topics, but the bulk of the material is concerned with higher education in Tennessee. Records are arranged chronologically.

Box 6 - Folder #:

19. Reports: Purposes of ETSC; Higher Education Curriculum- Purposes and Benefits, 1951-61.
20. Reports: State Superintendent on Purposes of ETSC, 1951-61.
21. Reports: Purdue University Agriculture Extension Service, 1956.

Box 7 - Folder #:

1. Reports: Appendices, 1956-57.
2. Reports: Evaluation of on-the-job Training Programs for Industrial Development, 1957.
3. Reports: Superintendents' Study Council-Conference, 1957.
4. Reports: Graduate Courses Needed for Chemistry Teachers, 1957.
5. Minutes: ETSU Research Council, 1957-58.
6. Reports: Education and Student Activities at ETSC, 1957-60.
7. Minutes: Research Council, Part I, 1957-62.
8. Minutes: Research Council, Part II, 1957-62.
9. Reports: Impeachment Procedure in Tennessee, 1958.
10. Reports: Tennessee Principles Study Council, 1958.
11. Reports: ETSC - Public Law, 1958 - Syllabus, 1958.
12. Reports: Rural Development in Kentucky and the Southeastern Community Development Association, 1958.
13. Reports: Community Educational Program for Johnson City and Kingsport, 1958.
14. Reports: Analysis of Tennessee Newspapers, 1958.
15. Reports: Cooperation Among Institutions of Higher Learning in the Community - by Herbert W. K. Fitzray, 1958.
16. Reports: General Publications and Education, 1958-61.
17. Reports: Papers Presented at the National Conference on Higher Education, 1958-61.
18. Reports: Proposed Experimental Education Program, 1959.
19. Reports: The Issues in Nashville, Chattanooga Times, 1959.
20. Reports: Friends of Highlander - Monteagle, Tennessee, 1959.
21. Reports: A Comparison of the Undergraduate Offerings in Sociology at ETSC, 1959.
22. Reports: Second Annual Report of the State College Research Council, 1959.
23. Reports: Health and Health Services in the Southern Appalachians, 1959.
24. Reports: Annual Reports from the Research Council, 1959.
25. Reports: Current Research Briefs by the State College Research Council, 1959.
26. Reports: Administrative Council Committee, 1959.
27. Reports: Education - ETSC, 1959.
28. Reports: Critique of Research Council at ETSC, 1959.

Box 8 - Folder #:

1. Reports: Association for Higher Education, 1959.
2. Minutes: ETSC Research Council, 1959.
3. Reports: Public Education in Tennessee, 1959-63.
4. Reports: Students Enrolled in ETSC Honors Program, 1959-63.
5. Reports: High School Education in Tennessee, 1959-64.
6. Reports: Education, Research Council and the English Conference, 1960.
7. Reports: Department of Agriculture, 1960.
8. Reports: State Board of Education, ETSC, 1960.
9. Reports: Office of Statisical Information and Research, 1960-62.
10. Reports: Higher Education, 1960-63.
11. Reports: Education and Planning for the Future, 1960-64.
12. Reports: ETSC Department of Military Science, 1961.
13. Reports: Food for the American Indian by James W. Brinkley, III, 1961.
14. Reports: Sociology 360 - Indians ETSC, 1961.
15. Reports: Merit Pay - Yes or No?, 1961.
16. Reports: Segregation of the Races in Public School, by Coy C. Mayes, 1961.
17. Reports: General Information about the Tennessee Public School Systems for Grades 1-12, 1961.
18. Reports: On Purpose of ETSC, 1961.
19. Reports: Superintendents' Study Council-Conference, 1961.
20. Reports: ETSC Policy, 1961-62.
21. Reports: Education and Sociology, 1961-62.
22. Reports: Education beyond High School, 1961-64.
23. Reports: The Southern Appalachians, 1962.
24. Reports: An Hour with the Secretary of the State, 1962.
25. Reports: The Language of the Cherokee Indians by Harriet Swan, 1962.
26. Reports: Facts Concerning the Seven States Educational Associations and Summarization, 1962.
27. Reports: Higher Education, 1962-64.
28. Reports: Conference of Appalachian Governors, 1962-64.
29. Reports: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1963.
30. Reports: ETSU Research Council, 1963.
31. Reports: ETSU Research Council, 1963.
32. Reports: Scholarship Proposals-Student Loans, 1963.

Box 9 - Folder #:

1. Reports: Health Careers in the Appalachian South, 1963.
2. Reports: The Southern Appalachians and the Nation-A Tightening Web of Relations, 1963.
3. Reports: A Study of Property of Elizabethton and Carter County Schools, 1963.
4. Reports: Education, 1963-65.
5. Reports: Council of Southern Mountains, 1963-65.
6. Minutes: ETSU Research Council, 1964.
7. Reports: The Melungeons, 1964.
8. Reports: Guide to Community Action Program Grants, 1964.
9. Reports: Sycamore Student Assistant Association, 1964.
10. Reports: Appalachian South - Migration and Education, 1964-66.
11. Reports: Measurements of Poverty in East Tennessee, 1965.
12. Reports: Appalachian Educational Laboratory, 1966.
13. Reports: The Vietnam War, Howard Smith and One Mans Opinion, 1966.
14. Reports: The American Civil Liberties Union, 1967.
15. Reports: Public School Law, ND.
16. Reports: A Study of the Growth of the Colonial Heights Community and Its Effects on School Needs, ND.
17. Reports: Institute of Regional Studies, ND.
18. Reports: Report to the Faculty of the Special Committee on Cheating, ND.
19. Reports: Council of the Southern Mountains, ND.
20. Reports: ETSC Courtesy Committee, ND.
21. Reports: Guide for Discussions on Cooperative Study Circles in Sweden, ND.
22. Reports: The Talented Student Program, ND.
23. Reports: Criminology and Penology, ND.
24. Reports: Federal Income for Education, ND.
25. Reports: Purposes of East Tennessee State College, ND.
26. Reports: ETSC - Proposed Town and County Association for Upper East Tennessee, ND.
27. Reports: Miscellaneous, ND.
28. Reports: Syllabus for Public School Laws, ND.
29. Reports: Special Committee on Cheating, ND.
30. Reports: Class Syllabus-Education 341 and 582, ND.
31. Reports: Lecture Notes, ND.

Subseries V-D, PRESS RELEASES, 1953-1966, Box 10.

Subseries V-D contains press releases from the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and the United States Department of the Interior that were either used or acquired by Jennings during his tenure at East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964. The majority of materials discuss or describe different problems encountered in higher education throughout the United States. The records are arranged chronologically.

Box 10 - Folder #:

1. Press Releases: University of Michigan and the Opinion, Attitude and Interest Survey, 1953-64.
2. Press Releases: United States Department of Health Education and Welfare, 1957-63.
3. Press Releases: Education and Rural Development, 1957-65.
4. Press Releases: United States Department of Health Education and Welfare, 1958-1960.
5. Press Releases: Strengthening of Education, 1959.
6. Press Releases: Education in the Tennessee Press, 1959-64.
7. Press Releases: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1960-64.
8. Press Releases: Office of Education, 1961.
9. Press Releases: Gifted and Talented Student Program, 1961- 65.
10. Press Releases: The Southern Patriot, 1964.
11. Press Releases: Department of Interior, 1966.

Subseries V-E, GENERAL PUBLICATIONS, 1919-1965, Box 11.

Subseries V-E consists of commerical and private publications that were used or acquired by Jennings during his tenure with East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964. The publications cover a broad range of topics documenting Jennings' diverse research interests; the bulk of the records center around rural community development and higher education. The records are arranged chronologically.

Box 11 - Folder #:

1. Publications: Justice for the Foster-Parents of our Children, 1919.
2. Publications: ETSC, 1953-59.
3. Publications: Public Schools, 1954-64.
4. Publications: Jennings Joins ETSC Faculty, 1957.
5. Publications: Report on Republicans, 1957.
6. Publications: Gifted Children, 1957.
7. Publications: Stocks, 1957.
8. Publications: Newsweek, 1957.
9. Publications: Religion, 1957-61.
10. Publications: Clippings on Government Issues, 1957-63.
11. Publications: North Carolina County Histories, 1958.
12. Publications: Issues in North Carolina, 1958.
13. Publications: Public and Higher Education, 1958-65.
14. Publications: The Tennessee Teacher, 1959.
15. Publications: Education in the Tennessee Press, 1959-63
16. Publications: Public and Higher Education, 1959-64.
17. Publications: The Superior Student, 1960.
18. Publications: Higher Education - Part I, 1960-65.
19. Publications: Higher Education - Part II, 1960-65.
20. Publications: Rural Areas Development, 1962.
21. Publications: Television's Role in the American Democracy, 1963.
22. Publications: Education, 1963.
23. Publications: Advertisements for Selling of Books, 1964.
24. Publications: Honors Day and Youth Publications, 1964.
25. Publications: Farming and Landscaping, ND.
26. Publications: Democracy and Despotism, ND.
27. Publications: Can America Afford Better Schools?, ND.

Subseries V-F, MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS, 1950-1968, Box 12.

Subseries V-F contains miscellaneous newspaper clippings, pamphlets, event programs, and documents that record Jennings general activities and interests while at East Tennessee State College. The records are arranged chronologically.

Box 12 - Folder #:

1. Miscellaneous Documents: East Tennessee Education, 1954-56.
2. Miscellaneous Documents: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1954-63.
3. Miscellaneous Documents: Newsletters and Book Lists, 1954- 65.
4. Miscellaneous Documents: Newspaper Clippings on ETSC, 1957- 58.
5. Miscellaneous Documents: 1958.
6. Miscellaneous Documents: Quality of Higher Education, 1958.
7. Miscellaneous Documents: Historical Subjects, 1958.
8. Miscellaneous Documents: A Look at Johnson City, 1958.
9. Miscellaneous Documents: Lists and Rough Drafts of Memos, 1958-60.
10. Miscellaneous Documents: Education and American Indians-Graded Exams, 1959.
11. Miscellaneous Documents: ETSC Letterhead and Travel Itinerary, 1959.
12. Miscellaneous Documents: ETSC Activities, 1959-63.
13. Miscellaneous Documents: Institute of Local Government, 1960.
14. Miscellaneous Documents: Roofing Receipts, 1960.
15. Miscellaneous Documents: Agriculture and Colleges, 1960-63.
16. Miscellaneous Documents: Constitution and By-Laws of the Council of Southern Mountains, Inc., 1960-63.
17. Miscellaneous Documents: Gifted Children, 1961.
18. Miscellaneous Documents: Taxes for Education, 1962.
19. Miscellaneous Documents: ETSC - Sociology 360 Class Notes, 1962.
20. Miscellaneous Documents: Education Beyond the High School, 1962.
21. Miscellaneous Documents: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1963.
22. Miscellaneous Documents: Indian Books - Library Needs, 1963.
23. Miscellaneous Documents: Freshman Orientation, 1963.
24. Miscellaneous Documents: General Education, 1963.
25. Miscellaneous Documents: Talented Student Program, 1963.
26. Miscellaneous Documents: ETSC Students on Work Scholarships, 1963.
27. Miscellaneous Documents: Early Admissions Program at ETSC, 1963-64.
28. Miscellaneous Documents: Rad Newsletter, 1964.
29. Miscellaneous Documents: The Dean Says, 1964-67.
30. Miscellaneous Documents: Lines on Byron White, Ph.D., Professor of economics, ND.
31. Miscellaneous Documents: Talented Students, ND.
32. Miscellaneous Documents: Quarterly Meeting of City and County Officials, ND.
33. Miscellaneous Documents: Advisement Forms, ND.
34. Miscellaneous Documents: Indian Project List, ND.
35. Miscellaneous Documents: Problems in Education, ND.
36. Miscellaneous Documents: Artifact Classification, ND.

Subseries V-G, JENNINGS' PERSONAL OFFICE FILES, 1957-1963, Boxes 13-19.

Subseries V-G contains the original office files of Joe Jennings while at East Tennessee State College between 1957 and 1964. Included within this subseries are correspondence, published reports, grade reports, bulletins, pamphlets, press releases, and newspaper clippings documenting Jennings' activities as a faculty member and chairman of the school's research council. This material was part of the original acquisition that had been stored in Special Collections of the Sherrod Library. The bulk of the material is correspondence dealing with Jennings' survey of higher education institutions throughout the United States. The records are arranged alphabetically by document type. In accordance with Federal law, grades have been removed. Grade reports have been placed in a box at the end of the collection.

Box 13 - Folder #:

1. Bulletins: Education and Public Health Conditions in Secondary Schools, 1931-53.
2. Bulletins: Secondary Education Survey Project, 1958.
3. Bulletins: Tennessee Higher Education Research, ND.
4. Correspondence: Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1957.
5. Correspondence: Alabama A & M University, 1957.
6. Correspondence: Alaska, University of, 1958.
7. Correspondence: Arizona, University of, 1957.
8. Correspondence: Arkansas State University, 1958.
9. Correspondence: California, University of, 1957.
10. Correspondence: Claremont Men's College, 1958.
11. Correspondence: Colorado State University, 1957.
12. Correspondence: Colorado State University, 1958.
13. Correspondence: Colorado National Farmer's Union, 1957.
14. Correspondence: Connecticut, University of, 1958.
15. Correspondence: Delware State College, 1957.
16. Correspondence: Delware, University of, 1958.
17. Correspondence: Dupont Corporation, 1958.
18. Correspondence: Florida State University, 1958.
19. Correspondence: Florida, University of, 1958.
20. Correspondence: Georgia, University of, 1958.
21. Correspondence: Hawaii, Territory of, 1957.
22. Correspondence: Idaho, State of, 1957.
23. Correspondence: Illinois, University of, 1957-58.
24. Correspondence: Illinois, State of, 1957-58.
25. Correspondence: Indiana, State of, 1957-58.
26. Correspondence: Iowa, State of, 1957-59.
27. Correspondence: Kansas State College, 1957-58.

Box 14 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Kansas, University of, 1957-58.
2. Correspondence: Kentucky, State of, 1957-58.
3. Correspondence: Kentucky, University of, 1957-58.
4. Correspondence: Louisiana, State of, 1958.
5. Correspondence: Louisiana State University, 1957-58.
6. Correspondence: Maine, University of, 1951-55.
7. Correspondence: Maryland, University of, 1957.
8. Correspondence: Massachusetts - Amherst College, 1958.
9. Correspondence: Massachusetts, University of, 1956.
10. Correspondence: Massachusetts, State of, 1956-57.
11. Correspondence: Michigan, State of, 1957.
12. Correspondence: Michigan State University, 1957.
13. Correspondence: Minnesota, State of, 1957-58.
14. Correspondence: Minnesota, University of, 1952-57.
15. Correspondence: Mississippi, State of, 1958.
16. Correspondence: Missouri, State of, 1957-58.
17. Correspondence: Missouri, University of, 1957.
18. Correspondence: Montana State College, 1956-57.

Box 15 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Nebraska, University of, 1958.
2. Correspondence: Nevada, University of, 1957.
3. Correspondence: New Jersey - Rutgers University, 1957.
4. Correspondence: New Jersey, State of, 1957.
5. Correspondence: New Mexico, State University of, 1955-62.
6. Correspondence: New York - Columbia University, 1957.
7. Correspondence: New York - Cornell University, 1958.
8. Correspondence: North Carolina, State of, 1957-58.
9. Correspondence: North Carolina, State University of, 1957- 58.
10. Correspondence: North Carolina, University of, 1958.
11. Correspondence: North Dakota Agricultural College, 1956-57.
12. Correspondence: Ohio, State of, 1956-57.
13. Correspondence: Ohio State University, 1956-58.
14. Correspondence: Oklahoma, State of, 1957.
15. Correspondence: Oregon, State of, 1957.
16. Correspondence: Pennsylvania, State of, 1957-58.
17. Correspondence: Rhode Island, State of, 1957-58.
18. Correspondence: South Carolina - Clemson University, 1957-58.
19. Correspondence: South Carolina State University, 1957-58.
20. Correspondence: South Carolina, University of, 1958.
21. Correspondence: South Dakota, University of, 1957-58.
22. Correspondence: Tennessee, State of, 1957.
23. Correspondence: Texas School of Law, 1957.
24. Correspondence: Texas A & M University, 1956-58.
25. Correspondence: Utah State University, 1957.
26. Correspondence: Vermont, State University of, 1957.
27. Correspondence: Virginia, University of, 1958

Box 16 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Virginia, State of, 1957-58.
2. Correspondence: Washington, State of, 1957-58.
3. Correspondence: Washington, D.C., Part I, 1957-58.
4. Correspondence: Washington, D.C., Part II, 1957-58.
5. Correspondence: West Virginia, State of, 1955-57.
6. Correspondence: West Virginia, University of, 1955-57.
7. Correspondence: Wisconsin, University of, 1957.
8. Correspondence: Wisconsin League of Women Voters, 1957.
9. Correspondence: Wyoming, University of, 1957-58.
10. Correspondence: Education and Business Finance, 1949-61.
11. Correspondence: Education and Business Finance, 1949-61.

Box 17 - Folder #:

1. Correspondence: Law & Public Education, 1954-62.
2. Correspondence: Urban Studies Project, 1959.
3. Correspondence: Talented Student Development, 1959-61.
4. Correspondence: Graduate Studies School, 1959-62.
5. Correspondence: Finance and Public Education, 1960-61.
6. Correspondence: Miscellaneous, ND.
7. Correspondence: Miscellaneous, ND.
8. Grade Reports: Finance amd Statistics 584, 1961.
9. Grade Reports: Algebra, Spring 1961.
10. Grade Reports: Algebra, Fall 1961.
11. Grade Reports: Education 341, Fall 1961.
12. Grade Reports: Education 441, Fall 1961.
13. Grade Reports: Algebra, Springs, 1962.
14. Grade Reports: Education 582, 1962.
15. Notes: Education 441, Fall 1960.
16. Notes: Education Bibliography, ND.
17. Press Release: Mathematics in Public Education, 1958.
18. Press Release: Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Education, 1958-59.
19. Memorandum: Faculty Positions, 1959-60.
20. Memorandum: School of Business and Economics, 1962-63.
21. Minutes: ETSC Faculty Investment Group, 1962.

Box 18 - Folder #:

1. Newsclippings: Controversial Issues in Secondary Education, 1953-60.
2. Newsclippings: Delinquency in Secondary Schools, 1957-59.
3. Newsclippings: Law and Secondary Education, 1957-62.
4. Newsclippings: Television and Secondary Education 1957-62.
5. Newsclippings: Indian Affairs, ND.
6. Newsclippings: Administration in Secondary School, 1958-63.
7. Newsclippings: Discipline in Secondary Schools, 1958-59.
8. Newsclippings: Federal Aid to Secondary Education, 1958-63.
9. Newsclippings: Rising Costs of Higher Education, 1959-61.
10. Newsclippings: Literature and Secondary Education, 1959-61.
11. Newsclippings: United States Government and Secondary Education 1961-62.
12. Newsclippings: Higher Education in the South, 1962.
13. Newsclippings: Higher Education in Tennessee, 1962.
14. Newsclippings: Higher Education in the United States, 1962.
15. Newsclippings: Morale at Colleges and Universities, 1962.
16. Reports: Adult Education, 1954-62.
17. Reports: Breakdown of Annual Secondary School Budget by  Source Funds, 1957-58.
18. Reports: Degrees Conferred at ETSC, 1957-62.
19. Reports: Tennessee Education System Report, 1958.
20. Reports: Higher Education in Tennessee, 1958-62.
21. Reports: Education 584-S Part I, 1959.

Box 19 - Folder #:

1. Reports: Education 584-S Part II, 1959.
2. Reports: Education 584-S Part III, 1959.
3. Reports: Settlements in East Tennessee, 1961.
4. Reports: Agricultural Georgraphy 461, 1961.
5. Reports: Students Completing Requirements for Certification in Tennessee 1961-62.
6. Reports: Course Offerings at ETSC Part I, 1961-62.
7. Reports: Course Offerings at ETSC Part II, 1961-62.
8. Reports: Course Offerings at ETSC Part III, 1961-62.
9. Reports: Course Offerings at ETSC-Non Credit, 1961-62.
10. Reports: Legal Cases Pertianing to Higher Education, 1962.

Series VI, MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS, 1836-1967, Boxes 1-11.

Series VI contains miscellaneous pamphlets, bulletins, reports, newsletters, and newspaper clippings that were collected by Jennings throughout his life. The material covers a vast range of topics illustrating Jennings' broad interests. The newspaper clippings included within this series represent a sampling of clippings that seemed to highlight key subjects of great interest for Jennings. The series is arranged alphabetically by content type, except for the newspaper clippings, and then chronologically. All miscellaneous newspaper clippings have been placed at the end of the series in chronological order.

Box 1 - Folder #:

1. Book: Course Study Program of Secondary Education for Slow Learners, 1936.
2. Book: Of the Children 1938.
3. Book: County Government and Administration in the Tennessee Valley States, 1940.
4. Bulletin: Messages from the President, 1869-1899.
5. Bulletin: Health and Education, 1953.
6. Bulletin: Indian Culture, 1955-64.
7. Bulletin: Council of the Southern Mountains, 1965.
8. Correspondence/Pamphlet/Report: Indian Rights Association, 1958.
9. Correspondence/Report: Southeastern Community Development Association, 1958.
10. Curriculum Report: Peabody Demonstration School, ND.
11. Event Program: Southern Mountain Conference, 1960-61.

Box 2 - Folder #:

1. Newsletters: General Education, 1959-60.
2. Newspapers: The World Carrier and Red Lake News, 1913-33.
3. Newspapers: The Cherokee One Feather, 1967.
4. Newsclippings: The LaFollette Times, 1905.
5. Newsclippings: Indian Culture, 1920-50.
6. Newsclippings: 1925-26.
7. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indians, 1927.
8. Newsclippings: Indian Culture, 1934.
9. Newsclippings: Our Cherokees Off Stage, 1937.
10. Newsclippings: Education and Finance, 1938.
11. Newsclippings: Indian Education, Art and Music, 1938-39.
12. Newsclippings: Indian Culture and the Navajo Indians, 1938-40.

Box 3 - Folder #:

1. Newsclippings: Navajo, Cherokee, Panama Indians, 1939-55.
2. Newsclippings: Indian Education, Divorce and Racism, 1940.
3. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indians as Voters, 1946.
4. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indians and Land, 1947-50.
5. Newsclippings: John Jennings, Jr., 1948-50.
6. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indians, 1949-54.
7. Newsclippings: Bureau Reorganization of Field Services, 1949-61.
8. Newsclippings: Indian Culture, 1950.
9. Newsclippings: Unto These Hills, 1950.
10. Newsclippings: Indian Culture, 1950-55.
11. Newsclippings: Tuttle Mountain Reservation, 1950-56.
12. Newsclippings: Indian Culture, 1950-60.
13. Newsclippings: Indian Education and Government, 1950-66.
14. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1951-59.
15. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1952-62.
16. Newsclippings: Bureau Policy Problems, 1953-61.
17. Newsclippings: Cherokee Dance Project, 1954.
18. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1954.
19. Newsclippings: Abolishment of Office of Superintendent of Indian Affairs, 1954.

Box 4 - Folder #:

1. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indian Land Disputes, 1954.
2. Newsclippings: Joe Jennings and the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954.
3. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indians, 1954-58.
4. Newsclippings: Indian Culture, 1955.
5. Newsclippings: Souix Indians, 1955.
6. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indians, 1955.
7. Newsclippings: Indian Delinquency, 1955.
8. Newsclippings: Indians, 1955-56.
9. Newsclippings: Bureau Activities, 1955-56.
10. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indian Agency, 1955-57.
11. Newsclippings: Western North Carolina Cherokee, 1955-57.
12. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indian Education, Culture and Government, 1955-60.
13. Newsclippings: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1956.
14. Newsclippings: Community Organizations and Development, 1956.
15. Newsclippings: Saddlecraft Plant and the Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1956.
16. Newsclippings: Harvard Law Record, 1956.
17. Newsclippings: Rural Development, 1956-63.
18. Newsclippings: Federal Politics, 1956-63.
19. Newsclippings: Tennessee Politics, 1956-63.
20. Newsclippings: Asheville Citizen Times, 1957.
21. Newsclippings: Pine Ridge Agency, 1957.

Box 5 - Folder #:

1. Newsclippings: Indian Education, Culture and Politics, 1957- 60.
2. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indian Association, 1957-63.
3. Newsclippings: Federal Government, 1958-60.
4. Newsclippings: Federal Government, 1958-60.
5. Newsclippings: Economics, 1958-63.
6. Newsclippings: Urban Renewal, 1959.
7. Newsclippings: North Carolina Cherokee, 1959.
8. Newsclippings: Inflation, 1959-60.
9. Newsclippings: Indian Culture and Politics, 1959-60.
10. Newsclippings: Communism, 1959-62.
11. Newsclippings: Arts and Crafts, 1959-62.
12. Newsclippings: Community Development in Western North Carolina, 1959-66.
13. Newsclippings: Welfare, 1960.
14. Newsclippings: Jewish Community Problems, 1960.
15. Newsclippings: Minorities, 1960-61.
16. Newsclippings: Education and Religion, 1960-61.
17. Newsclippings: Conservation vs. Socialism, 1960-62.
18. Newsclippings: Local Government, 1960-62.
19. Newsclippings: Urban Affairs, 1960-63.
20. Newsclippings: Labor vs. Management, 1960-63.
21. Newsclippings: Integration and Segregation, 1960-64.
22. Newsclippings: Conservation vs. Liberalism, 1961-62.
23. Newsclippings: Peace Corps, 1961-62.
24. Newsclippings: Gubernatorial Candidates, 1961-62.
25. Newsclippings: Religion, 1961-63.

Box 6 - Folder #:

1. Newsclippings: Tennessee Politics, 1961-63.
2. Newsclippings: National Politics, 1961-63.
3. Newsclippings: Natural Resources, 1962.
4. Newsclippings: Great Men of the Past, 1962.
5. Newsclippings: Indians, 1963.
6. Newsclippings: Education and Crafts of North Carolina, 1963.
7. Newsclippings: National Reapportionment, 1963.
8. Newsclippings: Prayers and Bible Reading, 1963.
9. Newsclippings: Monteagle, 1963.
10. Newsclippings: National Affairs, 1963-64.
11. Newsclippings: Metropolitan Government, 1963-64.
12. Newsclippings: Population and Birth Control, 1963-64.
13. Newsclippings: Medicare, 1963-64.
14. Newsclippings: Lyndon B. Johnson, 1963-64.
15. Newsclippings: Indian Art, 1964.
16. Newsclippings: Poverty, 1964.
17. Newsclippings: Poverty in Appalachia, 1964.
18. Newsclippings: Indian Education, 1965-66.
19. Newsclippings: Cherokee Craft, 1966-68.
20. Newsclippings: Industry and the Indian, 1967.
21. Newsclippings: Cherokee Indians, 1967.
22. Newsclippings: Indian Culture and Society, ND.
23. Pamphlet: Education Rally, 1916.
24. Pamphlet: County School Fair, 1916.
25. Pamphlet: Indians Today, 1931-40.
26. Pamphlet: Indian Education, 1932-49.
27. Pamphlet: Miscellaneous, 1939-60.
28. Pamphlet: Community Development, 1940-55.
29. Pamphlet: The Emerging Rural Communities of Kingsbury County, 1941.
30. Pamphlet: The Menominee Indian Reservation, 1944.
31. Pamphlet: Community Development in Tennessee, 1948-55.
32. Pamphlet: Indian Education, 1949-52.
33. Pamphlet: Community Development in Virginia and West Virginia, 1951-54.
34. Pamphlet: Community Development in Texas, Iowa, and Kentucky, 1953-56.
35. Pamphlet: Community Development in North Carolina, 1954-56.
36. Pamphlet: Community Development in Mississippi, 1955-56.

Box 7 - Folder #:

1. Pamphlet: Facts About Indian Health, 1956.
2. Pamphlet: Community Development in Tupelo, Mississippi, 1956.
3. Pamphlet: Mountain Life and Work, 1959-60.
4. Pamphlet: Miscellaneous, 1960.
5. Pamphlet: Education, 1960.
6. Pamphlet: Community Development, ND.
7. Pamphlet: Coast Artillery Marching Song, ND.
8. Pamphlet: American Indians, ND.
9. Pamphlet: Cherokee Indian Legends, ND.
10. Pamphlet: Indian Aid, ND.
11. Periodical: Standing Rock Indian Agency, 1932-60.
12. Periodical: Indian Reorganization Act, 1934.
13. Periodical: Indian Service Policies, 1934-40.
14. Periodical: Indian Education, 1938-59.
15. Periodical: Indians at Work, 1939.
16. Periodical: The Oglala Light, 1939-45.
17. Periodical: The Flandreau Spirit, 1940.
18. Periodical: The Phoenix Redskin, 1950.
19. Periodical: Management Notes for Supervisors, 1950-53.
20. Periodical: Cherokee Indian Culture, 1953-64.

Box 8 - Folder #:

1. Periodical: Tennessee Extension Review, 1960-65.
2. Personal Notes: Quotes from Indian Commissioners, 1801-1910.
3. Personal Notes: Community Development and Extension Agencies, ND.
4. Publication: Education, 1920-40.
5. Publication: Official Organization Handbook, 1949-50.
6. Publication: Community Development, 1952-63.
7. Publication: Special Days and Weeks, 1958-59.
8. Publication: Court Decisions, ND.
9. Reports: Reports from the Secretary of the Treasury, 1836.
10. Reports: Indian Languages of the Pacific States and Territories and the Pueblos of New Mexico 1882.

Box 9 - Folder #:

1. Reports: High School Graduates in Tennessee, 1930-59.
2. Reports: Indian Administration Since July 1, 1929, 1933.
3. Reports: A Report on the Financial Survey of the Government of Campbell County, Tennessee, 1933.
4. Reports: Survey of Florida Education and Industry, 1935-44.
5. Reports: Anthropology and the Problems of Indian Administration, 1937.
6. Reports: Summary of the Credit Union History, 1939.
7. Reports: A Study of Tennessee's System of Public Education, 1946.

Box 10 - Folder #:

1. Reports: Job Postings for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1949-55.
2. Reports: Counties in the Appalachian South - Alabama Comparison of 1950 to 1960.
3. Reports: Process and Action in Organized Rural Communities - A Study of Six Cases in Tennessee, 1953.
4. Reports: Indian Treaties and Racism, 1953-58.
5. Reports: There's a Great Day Coming, 1956.
6. Reports: Federal Extension Service and Community Development, 1960.
7. Reports: Final Report of the Resolutions Committee, 1961.
8. Reports: Acts Passed at the 2nd Session of the 15th Congress, 1818-19.
9. Reports: Council of Southern Mountains, 1965.
10. Reports: Engineering Practices and Standard Plans for E.C.W. Erosion Control Camps, ND.
11. Reports: Community School at Norris, Tennessee, ND.
12. Yearbook: Carter County, Tennessee, 1961.

Box 11 - Folder #:

1. Oversized Newspapers: Red Lake News, 1912-19.
2. Oversized Newspapers: The Neshoba Democrat, 1956.

Series VII, NEGATIVES AND PRINTS, 1881-1955, and undated, Boxes 1-4.

This series contains black and white negatives; black and white photographic prints; and color transparencies. Subjects depicted include Jennings family members and friends, Cherokees, and places visited by Jennings and friends. The negatives and prints date from 1881 to 1955, but most are undated. The series is divided into two subseries: Subseries VII-A, Negatives and Subseries VII-B, Prints.

Subseries VII-A, NEGATIVES, Undated, Box 1.

This subseries contains 103 nitrate negatives of primarily unidentified men, women and children, and rural scenes. Also included are buildings and scenes in Washington, D. C. These negatives have been placed in special nitrate negative enclosures. Each negative has been described and numbered sequentially. The negatives are arranged according to these numbers.

Photo Box 1

1. Unidentified: Man and Woman, ND.
2. Unidentified: Scenery of United States Capitol, ND.
3. Unidentified: Scenery of a House, ND.
4. Unidentified: United States Capitol scenery, ND.
5. Unidentified: Woman behind building, ND.
6. Unidentified: Woman looking at the scenery of Washington, D.C., ND.
7. Unidentified: Two men and three women in front of a house, ND.
8. Unidentified: Scenery of United States Capitol, ND.
9. Unidentified: Woman in front of United States Capitol, ND.
10. Unidentified: Women in front of house, ND.
11. Unidentified: Woman near Fountains: United States Capitol in background (Note: Negative torn), ND.
12. Unidentified: Man and woman kissing under a tree, ND.
13. Unidentified: Man in front of house, ND.
14. Unidentified: Man and woman on a porch. Trees in front of house, ND.
15. Kerosene Lamp, ND.
16. Mountain scenery, ND.
17. United States Capitol, ND.
18. Unidentified: Men and women in front of house, ND.
19. Unidentified: Man and woman standing on rocks, ND.
20. Unidentified: Men and woman standing near tree, ND.
21. Unidentified: Man and woman, ND.
22. Unidentified: Man, woman and child, ND.
23. Unidentified: Woman and child, ND.
24. Unidentified: Men and women standing in front of house, ND.
25. Unidentified: Woman looking out a window, ND.
26. Unidentified: Man and woman, ND.
27. Unidentified: Woman, ND.
28. Kerosene lamp, ND.
29. Unidentified: Man and woman, ND.
30. Unidentified: Man sitting on the top edge of a wooden door of farm building, ND.
31. Unidentified: Woman, ND.
32. Unidentified: Building, ND.
33. Unidentified: Woman on cliff, ND.
34. Unidentified: Man and woman, outdoor farm building, ND.
35. Unidentified: Man and woman, outdoors, ND.
36. Unidentified: Women, outdoors, ND.
37. Unidentified: Woman standing outdoors, ND.
38. Unidentified: Man and woman standing on a rural, dirt road, ND.
39. Unidentified: Man and woman sitting outdoors, Nd.
40. Unidentified: Man and woman standing on a rural dirt road, ND.
41. Unidentified: Men and women sitting outdoors, ND.
42. Unidentified: Man and women sitting outdoors, ND.
43. Unidentified: Man and women sitting outdoors, ND.
44. Unidentified: Woman standing on rural dirt road, ND.
45. Unidentified: Woman standing outdoors in field.
46. Mountainside Scenery, ND.
47. Unidentified: Woman standing on dirt road, ND.
48. Unidentified: Woman standing outdoors in front of brick wall, ND.
49. Unidentified: Men in shirt and tie standing outdoors, ND.
50. Unidentified: Women standing outdoors (negative blurred), ND.
51. Unidentified: Woman standing in front of brick wall (perhaps at a park), ND.
52. Unidentified: Couple standing outdoors, ND.
53. Unidentified: Man, ND.
54. People in train windows, ND.
55. Unidentified: Building, ND.
56. Unidentified: House, ND.
57. Unidentified: Building, ND.
58. Unidentified: Building, ND.
59. Unidentified: Building, ND.
60. Unidentified: Building, ND.
61. Unidentified: Building and House, ND.
62. Train Tracks, ND.
63. Unidentified: Woman outside alongside apartment building, ND.
64. Unidentified: House, ND.
65. Unidentified: Building, ND.
66. House on a hillside, ND.
67. Two women outside near trees and shrubbery, ND.
68. Mountainside scenery, ND.
69. Roadside scenery, ND.
70. "Happy Hikers" (men and women), ND.
71. Woman under a tree, ND.
72. Unidentified: Woman standing outdoors, ND.
73. Mountainside scenery, ND.
74. Unidentified: Man and woman, ND.
75. Mountainside scenery, ND.
76. Mountainside scenery, ND.
77. Group of women outdoors, ND.
78. Group of women outdoors (same people as in negative 77), ND.
79. Unidentified: Apartment building, ND.
80. Unidentified: Building, ND.
81. Evergreen trees, with man standing in front of trees, building visible, ND.
82. Brick office building with Goodrich Tire sign on top of it. Statue of sitting lion in foreground (possibly New York City Public Library?).
83. Three brick buildings, with square in foreground, ND.
84. Man standing at statue; brick building in background, ND.
85. Unidentified: Building, ND.
86. Women sitting in woods, ND.
87. Three people sitting in front of statue of unidentified man, ND.
88. Unidentified: Brick building, ND.
89. Unidentified: Man, ND.
90. Unidentified: Woman, hanging clothes, ND.
91. Two women seated outdoors, ND.
92. Two men and two women seated outdoors, ND.
93. Two women and a man standing outdoors, ND.
94. Woman standing outdoors on sidewalk, ND.
95. Three women standing outdoors, ND.
96. Two women standing outdoors, ND.
97. Women and children standing outdoors, ND.
98. Family standing outdoors, ND.
99. Women and children standing outdoors, ND.
100. Two men, two women, standing outdoors, on farm, ND.
101. Unidentified: Couple, ND.
102. Unidentified: Couple, ND.
103. Women posed on neighborhood street, ND.

Subseries VII-B, PRINTS, 1881-1955 and undated, Boxes 2-4.

This subseries contains 137 photographic prints of family members and friends, and unidentified persons, including unidentified Cherokees. Each print has been described and numbered sequentially.

NOTE: THE PHOTOS ARE STORED IN BOXES ACCORDING TO THEIR SIZE.

Photo Box 2

3. 3 Unidentified 2 x 5 black and white photos, ND.
4. Unidentified of 2 men and 3 women, ND.
5. Michael (?) [Marine], April 1964.
13. Sara Ethel Leiper - Robert Lynch's granddaughter, ND.
17a. Anna May Faulkner, 12 years old, April 16, 1881.
18. Robert Lynch's cows, ND.
19. Leitha Lynch's baby, ND.
20. Clifford Robert Hixenbaugh, 16 years old, May 1, 1915 and Georgia Belle Hixenbaugh, 11 years old, July 23, 1914.
21. Robert S. Lynch - Mary Ann Lynch Faulkner's brother, ND.
23. Edith Lane - Belle Edward's daughter, August 1930.
24. Mary Lynch Leiper and her two children, ND.
28. Estelle Faulkner, April 16, 1881.
30. Clarice (taken at Martha Washington College), October 28, 1917.
33. Robert S. Lynch's dog, ND.
34. 2 photographs of Charles J. Maus, (26 years old), July 25, 1915.
36. Ann Porter, ND.
37. Mary Lynch's daughters, ND.
42. Postcard - G Porter's home in Huntingdon, PA, ND.
43. Postcard - Old State Bank, Perryopolis, PA, Robert Lynch's bank where he was a major stockholder, ND.
44. Mrs. Cynnie Boyd McCue, ND.
45. Mrs. Lula Kennedy Hervin, ND.
46. Robert Faulkner - 12 years old, ND.
47. Estelle Faulkner - 9 years old, April 16, 1881.
48. Anna M. Faulkner - 12 years old, ND.
49. Mary Ann Lynch Faulkner, ND.
50. Robert M. Faulkner - approximately 37 years old, ND.
51. Robert Faulkner - 38 years old, March 1917.
52. 4 photos of Joe Jennings in military dress, c. 1918.
53. Unidentified baby, ND.
54. No Photograph.
55. N. C. Boyd, Jr. - 5 months, ND.
56. Unidentified: March 1961.
57. Unidentified: boy, ND.
58. Unidentified: ND.
59. Benny Boyd, ND.
60. Unidentified: man, ND.
61. Unidentified: winter scene, ND.
62. Unidentified: house, March 1960.
63. Unidentified: house, 1964.
64. Unidentified: house, 1961.
65. Unidentified: men, ND.
66. Unidentified: boy, ND.
67. 3 unidentified children with mother, June 1961.
68. Unidentified: man and woman, July 20, 1957.
69. Unidentified: boy and woman, October 1964.
75. Unidentified: child (tintype), ND.
76. Unidentified: building, ND.
77. Unidentified: woman, ND.
80. Unidentified: ND.
81. Unidentified: herd of horses, ND.
82. Unidentified: 5 men, ND.
83. Unidentified: 4 women and one man, ND.

Photo Box 3

1. Unidentified: man, ND.
2. Hetzel Family, 1955.
6. Unidentified: man, ND.
7. Unidentified: baby, ND.
8a. Unidentified: woman, ND.
8b. Unidentified: woman, August 1935.
9. Unidentified: woman, ND.
11. Viola Lynch - Henry and Molly Lynch's daughter, ND.
12. Jacob Lynch - son of Robert Lynch, ND.
14. Aunt Sarah Lynch, her daughter Mary, and Mary's daughter Sarah Ethel Leiper, ND.
15. Marcella Lynch Hardisty - Mary Ann Lynch Faulkner's sister, ND.
16. Viola Lynch, Belle Vernon, PA., ND.
22. Photo of six women - one is Estelle, ND.
25. Sylvia Mardis, ND.
26. Charles Mardis, ND.
27. Jacob Lynch's son, ND.
29. Mr. Leiper, Sarah Ethel Leiper, Mary Lynch Leiper, and Frances Leiper, ND.
31. Mary (Dickey) Mardis, ND.
32. Bertha Hopkins (Perryopolis, PA), ND.
35. James Porter, ND.
38. Sylvia Mardis Lones - Mary Mardis' daughter, ND.
39. Charles Mardis - son of Mary Mardis, ND.
40. Josie Lynch - daughter of Henry and Mollis Lynch, ND.
41. The Oaks - Loyncoate, PA, March 1, 1941.
70. Unidentified: baby, ND.
71. ETSU Golf Team, ND.
72. Unidentified: baby, ND.
73. Unidentified: man, ND.
74. No photograph.
78. Unidentified: girl, ND.
79. Unidentified: building, ND.
84. Unidentified: woman, 1917.
88. Woman with two children, ND.
89. Two Indian men, ND.
90. Indian woman in costume, ND.
91. Spanish Christmas card, ND.
92. Postcard of Indian Woman at market, ND.
93. Indian man wearing costume with headdress, ND.
94. Old Indian man, ND.
95. Indian man holding gun, ND.
96. Indian postcard, ND.
97. Indian man, ND.
98. Indian child, ND.
99. Indian man holding pistol, ND.

Photo Box 4

10. Unidentified: 2-story house, ND.
85. Transparency - man holding gun during Western times, ND.
86. Transparency - Woman walking through woods, ND.
87. Transparency - Cartoon of students and teachers, ND.
100. Woman and two children on Old Indian Trail, June 2, 1948.
101. Man in field, ampitheatre site, three Cherokees, June 2, 1948.
102. Old Indian woman, ND.
103. Two old Indian men, Henry Bradley and Pete Notty Tom, ND.
104. Four Cherokee Indians competing in Cherokee Indian Fair, ND.
105. Indian woman shaping pottery, ND.
106. Cherokee Indian family, June 1, 1952.
107. Cherokee Indians going to church, June 1, 1952.
108. Cherokee Indian family, June 1, 1952.
109. Woman and two children walking to the market, ND.
110. Woman making food for family, ND.
111. Cherokee Indian man working, June 1, 1952.
112. Community meeting, ND.
113. Indian family sitting on porch, June 1, 1952.
114. Old Indian woman making baskets with child, ND.
115. Cherokee baby in basket, ND.
116. Old Indian woman making pottery with two children, June 1, 1952.
117. Man sitting at desk, ND.
118. Different kinds of baskets on display, ND.
119. Man standing on bridge, ND.
120. Man making solid cherry bowls with four of his children, ND.
121. Maps of Indian, British, and Oregon Territories, 1841.
122. Map of Ojibwa and Sioux Missions, 1841.
123. Diagram of Alphabet Wheel, ND.
124. Pages from Ojibwa Spelling book, ND.
125. Plate of school when in Draughts, ND.
126. School room, Plate No. 1, ND.
127. Pages from Ojibwa Spelling book, ND.
128. Monitors Seat and desk, Plate 4.
129. Two men talking in front of building, ND.
130. Eight men trying to get a car out of the swamp, ND.
131. Man talking to Indian family holding basket, ND.
132. Woman cooking with two men and child, ND.
133. Man holding a dog talking to children, ND.
134. Cherokee Indians showing men land, ND.
135. Cherokee's talking to four men while a woman is cooking, ND.
136. Man standing talking to child, ND.
137. Cherokee Indian talking to four men, ND.

MAPS

The following oversize documents were removed from Series IV and VI and stored in map cabinets by accession number.

Folder 1:

Map showing territory originally assigned to the Cherokee Nation of  Indians, 1884.
Map of the former territorial limits of the Cherokee Nation of Indians, 1884.
Former Siletz Indian Reservation, 1913.
Fire control map of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, 1927.
Fire control map of the former Flathead Indian Reservation, 1928.
Warm Springs Indian Reservation, 1929.
Rosebud Indian Reservation, 1933.
Part of United States - West of the Mississippi River Showing Activities of the Office of Indian Affairs, 1933.
Crow Creek and Lower Brule Indian Reservations, 1934.
Map of Papago Indian Reservation, 1934.
Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, 1935.
Part of the United States - West of the Mississippi River Showing the Activities of the Office of Indian Affairs, 1935.
Diagram, Out-of-door pottery kiln, 1935.
Part of the United States - West of the Mississippi River Showing the Activities of the Irrigation Division of Bureau, 1938.
Allotment map of the Original Grande Ronde Reservation, 1938.
Indian Tribes, Reservations and Settlements in the United States, 1939.
Indian Reservations under Federal Jurisdiction, 1940.
Map, Rural Cultural Regions in the United States Special Research Report, 1940.
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, 1940.
Indian Reservations in the United States, 1940.

Folder 2:

Office of Indian Affairs, Approved General Plan, 1940.
Indian Reservations in the United States, 1941.
Broadside, Poster of Indians buying War Bonds, 1942.
Broadside, Poster of Indians buying War Bonds, 1942.
Indian Reservations in the United States, 1948.
Graham County, North Carolina, 1949.
Swain County, North Carolina, 1949.
Jackson County, North Carolina, 1949.
Jackson County - Supplement, North Carolina, 1949.
Navajo Reservation Road Mileage Map, 1950.
Map, The North American Indians, 1950, Distribution of Descendants of the Aboriginal Population, 1950.
Centennial Map: Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota, 1851-1951, 1951.
Survey Map for Willett, Jennings, and Kinsland, 1954.
Chart I, Allover Agency Organization, Cherokee Indian Agency Cherokee, North Carolina, Unit # 331, ND.
Sketch, Layout of buildings and grounds, ND.
Committee Organization in Brief Outline, ND.
Administrative Committee, ND.
General Policies of School Organizations, ND.
Flow-Chart of Committee Responsibilities and Activities, ND.

Folder 3:

The World, 1932.
Arctic Circle, 1932.
Asia, 1933.
United States, 1933.
Mexico, Central America and the West Indies, 1934.
World Map, 1935.
Pacific Ocean, 1936.
Map showing division between troposphere and stratosphere, 1936.
Canada, 1936.
South America, 1937.
White Mountains of New Hampshire, 1937.
British Isles, 1937.
The Bible Lands, 1938.
North-Central and Eastern United States, 1938.
Europe, 1938.

 

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