John W. Harreld Collection
This collection consists of four items: Precedents, Decisions on Points of Order in the United States Senate, 1789-1913; Official Report of the Proceedings of the Seventeenth Republican National Convention, June 8-12, 1920; a scrapbook of bills and resolutions introduced by Harreld during the Sixty-eighth (1923-1925) and Sixty-ninth (1925-1927) Congresses; and "Speaker's Manual and Campaign Textbook," a pamphlet.
Language of Materials
.42 Linear Feet (1 container)
John W. Harreld (1872-1950) entered Oklahoma politics in 1919 when he was elected as the representative of Oklahoma's Fifth District in a special election. Although he opted not to seek reelection to the House, he instead ran a successful campaign and was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1920 and served one term. Harreld was a member of the committees on Agriculture and Forestry, Claims, Post Offices and Post Roads, and Public Buildings and Grounds. He also chaired the Indian Affairs Committee.
Arrangement of Materials:
This collection is arranged into a single series. The General series is arranged chronologically by year with undated materials sorted to the end of the series.
- Guide to the John W. Harreld Collection
- Language of description
- The collection description/finding aid is written in English