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  • Folder Title: Professional
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    • "Statement by Mr. Boykin."

    • 1935 April 7
    • This statement was written during Boykin's first campaign. In it he addresses issues such as labor, industry, internal improvements, and veteran benefits.
    • Q6415
    • Letter from "Sourdough Bill" in Alaska to Charles E. Jackson.

    • 1939 October 15
    • 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....
    • Q6213 - Q6214
    • Letter from Ann C. Whitman to Frank W. Boykin.

    • 1960 December 21
    • In this letter President Eisenhower's personal secretary thanks Boykin for the pecans he sent and jokes with him about a recent lack of correspondence.
    • Q6309
    • Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Ocllo Boykin.

    • 1937 January 4
    • In this letter to Ocllo Boykin, Eleanor Roosevelt reschedules their luncheon date. The president was to give a speech before Congress on the original date.
    • Q6211 - Q6212
    • Letter from Frank and Ocllo Boykin to Lurleen Wallace.

    • 1964 May 25
    • In this letter to the governor's wife, Boykin sends money and encouragement. He praises Governor Wallace's character and work, particularly his efforts to combat civil rights issues.
    • Q6382 - Q6383
    • Letter from Frank and Ocllo Boykin to Mrs. Forney Johnston.

    • 1962 June 7
    • 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.
    • Q6331 - Q6334
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Alphonse Lucas.

    • 1967 December 21
    • 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.
    • Q6411 - Q6413
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Anthony J. Dimond.

    • 1940 January 5
    • 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.
    • Q6216
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Catherine White-Spunner.

    • 1960 October 31
    • In this letter Boykin congratulates Ms. White-Spunner on the success of an event held at the Mobile Infirmary the day before, probably the dedication of the new nurses' home there.
    • Q6304 - Q6305
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Charles E. Jackson.

    • 1940 January 9
    • This letter to Jackson, the commissioner of the Bureau of Fisheries of the Department of the Interior, deals with a dinner to be held for those who were part of the recent trip to Alaska.
    • Q6217
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Dr. Janet Travell.

    • 1961 February 25
    • 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.
    • Q6321 - Q6322
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to General W. K. Wilson.

    • 1962 November 26
    • In this letter Boykin invites Wilson to join a large hunt to be held at his lodge in McIntosh, Alabama. He also discusses state and national politics, industry and economic development in Alabama, and the other guests who will attend the hunt.
    • Q6343 - Q6360
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to George C. Wallace.

    • 1962 November 26
    • In this letter to Governor-elect Wallace, Boykin discusses potential industrial development in southwestern Alabama. He asks Wallace to contact the head of the St. Regis Paper Company to encourage him to establish a plant in the state.
    • Q6340 - Q6342
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Henry R. Luce.

    • 1955 October 12
    • In this letter to the influential magazine publisher Luce, Boykin discusses national and international politics, with particular focus on the strain affecting political leaders.
    • Q6279 - Q6282
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Homer and Bess Gruenther.

    • 1961 January 3
    • Homer Gruenther served as the assistant to the deputy assistant to the president from 1953 to 1961. In this letter to him and his wife, Boykin sends New Year greetings and reminisces about their work together during the Eisenhower administration.
    • Q6310 - Q6311
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to J. L. Bedsole.

    • 1960 October 31
    • In this letter Boykin congratulates Bedsole on the success of an event held at the Mobile Infirmary the day before, probably the dedication of the new nurses' home there.
    • Q6301 - Q6302
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to James N. Granade.

    • 1941 July 7
    • In this letter Boykin discusses oil wells in Alabama, taxes and royalties on land, industrialization in the first district, and problems with labor unions.
    • Q6224 - Q6227
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Joe, Dan, A. D., and Reina Danciger.

    • 1942 June 4
    • Topics of this letter include Jack Danciger's work with Boykin in Washington, D.C., the role of Higgins Industries in the war, the press's criticism of Congress, the shortage of supplies for wartime production, and potential business deals for...
    • Q6228 - Q6238
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Laura Gaillard.

    • 1960 October 31
    • In this letter Boykin congratulates Mrs. Gaillard on the success of an event held at the Mobile Infirmary the day before, probably the dedication of the new nurses' home there.
    • Q6303
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Lawrence F. O'Brien.

    • 1961 June 17
    • In this letter to the president's special assistant, Boykin asks O'Brien to meet with a group of industrialists who are planning a project in Maryland and Virginia. When he sent this letter, Boykin enclosed a copy of a similar message written to...
    • Q6327 - Q6328
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to M. O. Lee.

    • 1964 March 16
    • In this letter to the president of Vanity Fair Mills, Boykin recalls a hunting trip he took with some of Lee's associates, and he invites Lee to attend a hunt that will be held soon.
    • Q6378 - Q6381
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Major S. Prince.

    • 1906 October 31
    • Boykin wrote this letter when he was co-owner of Everette & Boykin, a company that manufactured naval stores and lumber. In it he discusses a potential business deal.
    • Q6210
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Mendel Rivers.

    • 1965 June 18
    • In this letter to Congressman Rivers, Boykin praises his work on recent legislation to increase military salaries, and he asks Rivers to work to save Brookley Field.
    • Q6394 - Q6397
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Mrs. St. John Wilson.

    • 1960 October 31
    • In this letter Boykin congratulates Mrs. St. John Wilson on the success of an event held at the Mobile Infirmary the day before, probably the dedication of the new nurses' home there.
    • Q6306 - Q6308
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

    • 1960 March
    • Boykin wrote this letter after returning from a trip through Asia and Europe with the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. In it he praises the president's work and describes the positive perception of Eisenhower in the countries visited.
    • Q6290 - Q6292
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to R. Walton Moore.

    • 1940 January 15
    • This letter to Moore, counselor of the Department of State, deals with a dinner to be held for those who were part of the recent trip to Alaska. The dinner will feature Alaskan game such as sheep, caribou, and wild turkey.
    • Q6218
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Richard Russell.

    • 1964 February 28
    • In this letter to Senator Russell of Georgia, Boykin discusses political division within Alabama and his own unsuccessful bid for reelection, and he praises Russell's abilities and efforts to promote Southern values.
    • Q6375 - Q6377
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to S. O. Bland.

    • 1940 January 5
    • This letter to the chairman of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries deals with a dinner to be held for those who were part of the recent trip to Alaska. The dinner will feature Alaskan game such as sheep, caribou, and wild turkey.
    • Q6215
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Sidney W. Souers.

    • 1950 December 5
    • In this letter to the director of the CIA, Boykin expresses his negative feelings toward communist nations and discusses the upcoming challenges of the Cold War.
    • Q6247 - Q6249
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to Walter Jenkins.

    • 1964 January 22
    • In this letter to President Johnson's executive assistant, Boykin discusses the recent controversy over giving presents to the president. He describes many of the unusual and extravagant gifts he has given to friends and colleagues over the years.
    • Q6365 - Q6374
    • Letter from Frank W. Boykin to William Graves.

    • 1967 January 17
    • In this letter to Graves, writer and editor for National Geographic, Boykin recounts their recent visit at his hunting preserve and describes other sights in the area.
    • Q6399 - Q6403

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