In this letter to the commissioner of the Bureau of Fisheries of the Department of the Interior, a disgruntled Alaskan complains about the behavior of the congressmen who recently visited the territory. Frank W. Boykin is mentioned specifically....
This letter, written after Boykin lost his seat in the House, discusses the unsuccessful campaign, the work that he did while in office, and the efforts he will continue to make to bring industry and money to the state.
In this letter to the president, the members of the Alabama congressional delegation endorse Mobile native James P. Lynch for membership in the Maritime Administration and Federal Maritime Board if it is expanded.
In this letter to his former personal secretary, Boykin thanks him for his loyalty and hard work, recalls experiences they shared, and gives news of mutual acquaintances. Lucas worked with Boykin for over fifty years.
This letter to the congressional delegate for Alaska deals with a dinner to be held for those who were part of the recent trip to the territory. The dinner will feature Alaskan game such as sheep, caribou, and wild turkey.
In this letter to the White House physician, Boykin discusses a chair by the Niagara Therapy Manufacturing Company that heats and massages. He recommends this chair for the president and urges the doctor to see a demonstration of it.