Banks and banking--United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents While the Gore Collection is only 15 linear feet, it contains a wide variety of materials related to topics important to Gore and Oklahoma. Many of the materials, especially the correspondence, come from Gore’s post-Senate years, but the Subject Correspondence and Papers are related to his time in the Senate and include documents related to Indian affairs, economics, national and Oklahoma politics, and both World War I and World War II. Because of his reputation as a nationally renowned orator,...
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents The Murray Collection is approximately 9 linear feet plus oversized materials. Although Murray served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1913-1917, the majority of the collection is related to his post-congressional activities, family affairs, and years as governor. The materials cover a variety of topics including his use of executive orders calling for martial law, pardons, and the appointment and removal of state officials. The documents also include material...
Scope and Contents The Owen collection is 2.1 cubic feet in size and includes material from 1913-1946, with the bulk falling between the years 1935-1942. The collection contains general correspondence pertaining to the Federal Reserve Act as well as a series of letters from various prominent Washington personalities. In addition, there are a number of documents published by the Government Printing Office. There is also a bound volume of Owen's speeches covering the years 1908-1914. This small...
Scope and Contents The Pine Collection occupies only 0.5 cubic feet and contains little related to his Senate career. There are a few reprints of Senate speeches and copies of printed materials that he made available to constituents. There also is limited correspondence regarding his opposition to the Federal Reserve System, which he blamed for causing the Depression. Otherwise, the political materials are few and relate to his 1934 and 1942 campaigns. Most of the collection involves Pine's oil...
Scope and Contents The greater part of the Synar collection, some 97,000 items, consists of legislative and research materials used by the Synar office during his years as a Congressman from Oklahoma. These materials range in date from 1979 to 1994 and include, but are not limited to, internal memos, drafts of bills, hearing materials, and background research. The materials cover a variety of topics relevant to Congress and Oklahoma but provide particular focus on issues that galvanized the Synar office...