GUIDE TO THE COLLECTION OF KEEN JOHNSON
1870-1970


Compiled
By
Charles Hay
and
Rebecca Quillen
Eastern Kentucky University
R.G. 121
Johnson, Keen (1896-1970)
Collection, 1870-1970
45 cubic feet
57,000 Items
75 Boxes, Wrapped Items
82A1


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction to the Keen Johnson Collection    
Biographical Sketch of Keen Johnson        
Important Dates in the Life of Keen Johnson     
Donor Gift Agreement    
Series
    Correspondence Series          
    Correspondent Name Index                           
    Diary and Appointment Book Series      
    Executive Order and Proclamation Series      
    Financial Series          
    Memorabilia Series      
    Newspaper Clipping Series    
    Ogden Research Series       
    Photograph Series        
    Publication Series        
    Speech Series       
    World War I Series      
    Frass Desseration and Ogden Edited Public Papers of Governor Johnson*
            *Due to the amount of information, there is no link to the materials online     
               


INTRODUCTION TO THE KEEN JOHNSON COLLECTION
In June, 1980, Mrs. Eunice Johnson donated the Keen Johnson family collection of records to Eastern Kentucky University. Her daughter, Mrs. Judith Jaggers, was instrumental in helping the Archives staff gather together the materials in the Johnson house. A small portion of papers found in an old steamer trunk in the basement and some from the attic required fumigation and extensive cleaning. Since the bulk of the Johnson collection had no organization, the Archives staff imposed its own pattern of arrangement. Processing of the collection took approximately a year to complete. The inventory to the collection describes material at the folder title level. In addition, a correspondent name index lists letters of content the Johnsons received from prominent persons. According to provisions of the Donor Gift Agreement the entire collection is open to research.

Through correspondence, photographs, diaries and appointment books, speeches, newspaper clippings, and other primary source materials, the public career and personal life of Kentucky's forty-second governor and his family is documented. The Keen Johnson Collection provides information to researchers interested in twentieth century Kentucky newspaper history and its relationship to the often confusing course of state politics. Of particular interest is a portion of the Correspondence Series in which letters exchanged between husband and wife during Johnson 5 tour of duty overseas in World War I reflect social life and conditions on the homefront and battlefield.

The Speech Series, consisting of nearly 1,000 speeches from 1925 to the 1960's, reveals Johnson's charming wit and why he achieved national prominence a speaker. The speeches, along with newspaper clippings and research notes gathered by Dr. Frederic D. Ogden, editor of the Public Papers of Governor Keen Johnson, help to document the turbulent and uncertain times Johnson's governorship faced during World War II. In addition, early twentieth century photograph albums of Mrs. Johnson document life in Missouri as does a voluminous collection of photographs taken during Johnson's tenure as an executive in the Reynolds Metals Company.

The Archives is indebted to Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Jaggers for donating the Keen Johnson Collection to Eastern Kentucky University for permanent preservation. Also, a special thanks is extended to Dr. and Mrs. Frederic D. Ogden for assembling vital information on Johnson's gubernatorial years and sharing it with the Archives.

The majority of the initial processing of the Johnson Collection and all of the typing of the inventory, labels, and other items was done by student assistants assigned to the Archives. Their diligence and promptness in completing this project is deeply appreciated.

 
KEEN JOHNSON: A Biographical Sketch
Keen Johnson, journalist, politician, business executive, was born at Brandon's Chapel in Lyon County, Kentucky, to Robert and Mattie Holloway Johnson on January 12, 1896. Keen was the only son born to the Johnsons along with two daughters--Catherine (Keturah) and Christine. His father, a circuit riding preacher of the Methodist Church, was his earliest teacher and in following his profession took the family throughout western Kentucky. Johnson received his elementary education in the common schools of the region and in 1914 graduated from Vanderbilt Training School, a boy's preparatory institute at Elkton, Kentucky. In the fall and for the next three years, he pursued academic studies at Central College, Fayette, Missouri. While there he married Eunice Lee Nichols, daughter of Robert Lee and Mary (Avery) Nichols of Higbee, Missouri, on June 23, 1917. Mrs. Johnson, through her father, descended from a Barren County, Kentucky, pioneer who moved to Missouri. Her father, a physician, died when she was nine months old.

When America entered World War I, Johnson enrolled in the Reserve Officer's training Camp at Fort Riley, Kansas, May 15, 1917. He was appointed second lieutenant, Infantry, Officers Reserve Corps on August 15, 1917, and assigned to active duty with the 354th Infantry, 89th Division at Camp Funston, Kansas. Promoted to first lieutenant, Infantry, National Army, on March 29, 1918, Johnson embarked for France, June 4, 1918. He spent considerable time receiving instruction in logistical communications at the Army School of the Line and Staff College. After the armistice he remained in Europe with the Allied Expeitionary Force until April, 1919, and was honorably discharged, October 31, 1919.

Following his discharge Johnson began his career in journalism. He bought The Mirror, a weekly newspaper at Elizabethtown, and operated it for one year. Then he enrolled at the University of Kentucky completing his A.B. degree in Journalism in 1922. While attending the university, he worked part-time as a reporter for the Lexington Herald, receiving tutelage under two of Kentucky's leading journalists, Desha Breckinridge and Tom R. Underwood. Following gradution he bought an interest in The Anderson News at Lawrenceburg and published and edited the newspaper until he moved to Richmond in 1925, where he purchased half interest in the Richmond Daily Register from Shelton M. Saufley, Sr. He served as editor and co-publisher from 1925 until 1939, and continued to write any of the paper's editorials until the late 1960's.

One daughter, Judith, was born to the Johnsons on May 19, 1927, in Richmond. Now Mrs. Richard Jaggers, she is the mother of two sons Robert Babbage, Jr. and Keen Johnson Babbage.

Johnson launched his political career in 1932 by being elected secretary of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committee. Through contacts made while serving as secretary, numerous columns he wrote in the Daily Register which were reprinted in other Kentucky Democratic daily and weekly newspapers, and his lively speeches, Johnson's importance and strength in the Democratic party grew. In 1935 he ran for lieutenant governor and defeated J. E. Wise and B. F. Wright, contenders in the Democratic primary. On September 7 he defeated Wise in a runoff election, and in the November general election defeated Repubcan candidate, J.J. Kavanaugh. As Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate in the administration of Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, Johnson supported many of Chandler's governmental reorganization plans and became a favorite candidate for the 1939 Democratic gubernatorial ticket.

He announced his candidacy for governor on May 17, 1939. A bitterly fought primary campaign against John Y. Brown, Sr., produced a Johnson victory in August 32,000 votes. He opened his gubernatorial campaign on October 7, 1939, in Mt. Sterling. Fate, however, intervened. United States Senator Marvin Mills Logan died on October 3 and on October 9 Governor Chandler resigned. Keen Johnson took the oath as governor and his first official act was to appoint Chandler fill Logan's unexpired Senate term. Johnson was elected for a full term on November 17, defeating Republican King Swope of Lexington by more than 100,000 votes.

Inaugurated on December 12, 1939, as Kentucky's forty-second governor, Johnson and his administration strove for modest improvements in the state's social service program, especially increased funding for public health facilities, legislative enactment of the Tennessee Valley Authority Enabling Act, and strong support of President Franklin Roosevelt's wartime domestic policies. Shortages of civilian labor and materials plus Johnson's fiscal conservatism, however, prevented the growth of state capital construction projects. Johnson did erase the state's debt and left a $10 million surplus in the treasury when he left office in December, 1943.

On January 1, 1944, Johnson joined the Reynolds Metals Company as a special assistant to President Richard Samuel Reynolds, Sr. advising him on postwar unemloyment problems. In 1945 he became Vice President for Public Relations. Because of his ability to work well with union leaders, President Harry Truman and Senator Alben Barkley prevailed upon him to accept a newly created position undersecretary of labor to secretary, Louis B. Schwellenbach. Johnson took leave of absence from Reynolds in August, 1946 to mid-1947 to work for the government. Due to the illness of Secretary Schwellenbach, Johnson attended severaI presidential cabinet meetings. Returning to Reynolds, he resumed his vice-presidency and in 1950 became a member of the Board of Directors. Johnson maintained an office in Louisville, but spent many days travelling throughout the nation and occasionally overseas promoting the company's aluminum products and organizing Reynolds sales executive meetings. He retired from Reynolds in January, 1961.

Johnson was a stalwart in the Democratic party for years, serving as a member of the Democratic National Committee from 1940 to 1948. He engaged in his last political campaign in 1960 when he ran for a seat in the United States Senate. Again he defeated his longtime opponent, John Y. Brown, Sr., in the primary but lost to the Republican incumbent, John Sherman Cooper, in the November general election.

Over the years, Johnson served with various professional, fraternal, social, and military organizations. He was president of the Kentucky Press Association and of the Kentucky Social Workers Association. He served as president of the Louisville Advertising Club and the Louisville Safety Council during his active years with Reynolds Metals Company. He was chairman of the Kentucky Disabled Service Men's Board and campaign chairman for the Kentucky Crippled Children's Society. He was a board member of the Kentucky Heart Association, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Louisville International Center, and the Richmond Methodist Church.

Johnson belonged to many clubs and organizations including the Civil War Round Table, National Press Club, Metropolitan Club in Washington, D.C., Public Relations Society of America, Pendennis Club, Keeneland Club, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 40 and 8, Masonic F. and A.M., Rotary, Elks, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi, and Scabbard and Blade.

The University of Kentucky awarded Johnson an honorary doctor of laws degree in 1940 and later a Centennial Award. He received a Distinguished Service Plaque from Eastern Kentucky University where he served for eight years a member of the Board of Regents. He was president of the University of Kentucky Alumni Association. He served on the Kentucky Council on Higher Education for many years and for two terms on the Kentucky Board of Education.

Keen Johnson died February 7, 1970, in Richmond and is interred in the Richmond Cemetery.

* Information for this biographical sketch comes primarily from Frederic D. Ogden (ed.) The Public Papers of Governor Keen Johnson (Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1982), pp. 1-3; obituary The Richmond Daily Register, February 9, 1970, p. 1; and assorted newspaper clippings found in Box 23 of the Correspondence Series.

IMPORTANT DATES IN THE LIFE OF KEEN JOHNSON: (1896-1970)


1896    Born at Brandon's Chapel in Lyon County, Kentucky.
1914    Graduated from Vanderbilt Training School, 
        a boy's preparatory school, at Elkton, Kentucky.
1917    Attended Central College, Fayette, Missouri.
1917    Enrolled in Reserve Officers' Training Camp at Ft. Riley, Kansas.
        Married Eunice Lee Nichols of Higbee, Missouri (June 23)
1917    Appointed second lieutenant in the Army (August 15)
1918    Overseas in France (June 4 - April 28, 1919)
1919    Discharged from the Army (October 31)
1919    Purchased and edited weekly newspaper, The Mirror, in Elizabethtown, KY
1920-1922    Attended University of KY and received A.B. degree in journalism
1922-1925    Editor and publisher on the weekly Anderson News in Lawrenceburg, KY
1925    Editor, co-publisher, co-owner of Richmond Daily Register 
1927    Daughter, Judith, born in Richmond (May 10)
1932    Elected Secretary of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committee
1935-1939    Elected Lieutenant Governor
1939    Announced candidacy for Governor May 17)
1939    Defeated John Brown, Sr., in Democratic Gubernatorial primary (August 5)
1939    Became Governor when A. B. "Happy" Chandler became U.S. Senator (Oct 9)
1939    Elected Governor of KY over Republican Swope by over 100,000 votes (Nov 17)
1939-1943    Kentucky's 42nd Governor
1944-1946    Joined Reynolds Metals Company as assistant to President Reynolds, Sr.
1946-1947  Appointed by President Truman as Undersecretary in Department of Labor
1947-1961    Vice President for Public Relations and member of the Board of
             Directors (1950) for Reynolds Metals Company
1960    Defeated John Brown, Sr., in Democratic primary for U.S. Senator
        Lost in general election to Republican incumbent, John Sherman Cooper
1970    Died in Richmond.  Interred in the Richmond Cemetery (Feb. 7)



DONOR GIFT AGREEMENT
This AGREEMENT made on the 27 day of May, 1980 by and between Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky 40475 (hereinafter referred as the University) and Mrs. Keen Johnson. 214 Burnam Court. Richmond, KY (hereinafter referred to as the Donor) 40475.

WHEREAS the Donor wishes to donate to the University, as an unrestricted gift, the following materials:

Keen Johnson Family Collection, ca. 1900-1960, 32 cubic feet

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the above and in further consideration of conditions and understandings hereinafter set forth, the parties agree as follows:

I. The Donor transfers to the University ownership, copyright and literary property rights in the above described collection with the following exceptions or restrictions:

II. The University shall permanently preserve materials donated under the terms of this AGREEMENT in the University Archives administered by the University's Archivist in accordance with accepted archival practices. Materials not related to the purpose of Archives will either be distributed within the University or returned to the donor. The University shall not be held responsible for any acquisition damaged or destroyed by fire, water, theft, natural or manmade disasters, and/or other possible calamity.

DONOR                                   UNIVERSITY

Signature Mrs. Keen Johnson             Signature  J. C. Powell               
Date  June 16, 1980                     Title  President                         
                                        Date May 28, 1980                    

RECEIPT
This is to certify that materials described in this AGREEMENT have been received by Eastern Kentucky University Archives.
Signature Charles Hay         , Archivist              Date May 22, 1980                   



*Correspondence Series*
Description: The Correspondence Series consists of twenty-four boxes of materials covering the years 1905 through 1969. All of the correspondence, which also includes special day cards, invitations, programs, maps, newsclippings, reports, school records, menus, postcards, and numerous elegrams, is arranged chronologically. In box twenty-three there is undated correspondence, biographical information about Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson's recollections of the Lindbergh kidnapping trial. In the last box, twenty-four, there is material concerning the settling of Johnson's father's estate.

Most of the earlier correspondence is between husband and wife. Many of the letters between the 1917-1919 period were written while Keen was with the Allied Expeditionary Force in France. These letters provide a glimpse into the times both in Europe and on the homefront during World War I. Correspondence and several political contact lists from the 1930's ind Johnson's gubernatorial years (1939-1943) provide the researcher with information on the often confusing nature of Kentucky politics and the impact of the Great Depression and World War II on Kentucky's economic life. Used in conjunction with the Publications Series, Newspaper Clipping Series, and Speech Series the correspondence during this crucial era documents important changes which took place in Kentucky's society.

Later correspondence focuses attention on Johnson's career with the Reynolds Metals Company as chief of public relations and his continuing contact with Kentucky and national journalists. Johnson considered tunning for Governor in 1954 and 1958, and finally ran for the U.S. Senate in 1960. There is extensive correspondence, especially with the Clements, Combs, and Wyatt faction of the Kentucky Democratic party, during his bid or the Senate.

A number of letters from prominent state and national figures such as Franklin Roosevelt, A. B. "Happy" Chandler, Bess Truman, John F. Kennedy, and Lady Bird Johnson appear throughout the correspondence. A correspondent name index, immediately following this series, lists letters received by Johnson from such persons.

Inventory

Box 1
     1905-1914.
     January 1 - July 21, 1915.
     July 22 - December 30, 1915.
     January 1916
     February 1 - April 24, 1916.
     May - December 1916.

Box 2
     January 1917 February - May 1917.
     May - December 1917.
     January - March 1918.
     April - June 1918
     July 1 - July 20, 1918
     July 21 - July 30, 1918.

Box 3
     August 1 - August 16, 1918.
     August 17 - August 31, 1918.
     September 1 - September 14, 1918.
     September 15   - September 21, 1918
     September 22   - September 30, 1918.
     October 1 - October 14, 1918.

Box 4
     October 15  - October 20, 1918.
     October 21  - October 31, 1918.
     November 1 - November 14, 1918.
     November 15 - November 30, 1918.
     December 1 - December 14, 1918.
     December 15 - December 31, 1918 

Box 5
     January 1 - January 16, 1919
     January 17 - January 31, 1919
     February 1 - February 7, 1919
     February 8 - February 14, 1919
     February 15 - February 28, 1919
     March 1   - March 7, 1919
     March 8   - March 17, 1919

Box 6
     March 18 - March 31, 1919
     April 1 - April 30, 1919.
     May - December 1919.
     1920 - 1922.
     January - May 1923.
     June - July 1923.
     August - December 1923.
     1924 - 1926

Box 7
     1927 - 1929.
     1930 - 1934.
     1935.
     1936.
     1937.
     January - July 1938
     August - December 1938.

Box 8
     January - July 1939.
     August 1 - August 7, 1939.
     August 8, 1939
     August 9, 1939.
     August 10, 1939
     August 11 - August 20, 1939.
     August 21 - August 27, 1939.
     August 28, 1939
     August 29 - August 31, 1939.
     September - December 1939.

Box 9
     January 1940.
     February - March 1940
     April 1940
     May 1940.
     June - July 1940
     August 1940.
     September - October 1940.
     November 1940.
     December 1940.
     January - March 1941.
     April 1941.
     May 1941.

Box 10
     June 1 - June 7, 1941.
     June 8 - June 30, 1941.
     July 1941.
     August - September 15, 1941
     September 16, 1941.
     September 17 - September 22, 1941.
     September 23, 1941.
     September 24, 1941.
     September 25 - September 30, 1941.
     October 1941.

Box 11
     November 1941
     December 1941
     January 1942.
     February 1942.
     March - April 1942.
     May 1942.
     June 1942
     July 1942
     August 1942.
     September - October 1942.

Box 12
     November - December 1942.
     January 1943
     February - March 1943.
     April - May 1943.
     June 1943
     July - August 1943.
     September - October 1943.
     November 1943.
     December 1 - December 7, 1943
     December 8 - December 29, 1943.

Box 13
     December 30, 1943.
     December 31, 1943,
     January 1 - January 7, 1944.
     January 8 - January 21, 1944.
     January 22 - January 31, 1944.
     February 1, - February 14, 1944.
     February 15 - February 29, 1944.
     March 1 - March 14, 1944.
     March 15 - March 31, 1944.
     April 1 - April 14, 1944.

Box 14
     April 15 - April 30, 1944.
     May 1944.
     June 1944
     July - August 1944.
     September 1 - September 18, 1944
     September 19 - September 30, 1944.
     October 1944.
     November - December 1944.

Box 15
     January 1 - January 15, 1945.
     January 16 - January 31, 1945.
     February 1945.
     March - April 1945.
     May - June 1945.


Box 16
     July - September 1945.
     October - December 1945.
     ca. 1946.
     January 1946
     February 1946.
     March 1946.
     April 1946.
     May 1946.

Box 17
     June 1946.
     July - August 1946
     September 1946.
     October 1946.
     November 1946.
     December 1946.
     January 1947.
     February 1947
     March 1947
     April 1947.
     May 1947

Box 18
     June 1947
     July - August 1947
     September - October 1947.
     November - December 1947.
     January - May 1948.
     June 1 - June 14, 1948.
     June 15 - June 22, 1948.
     June 23 - August 1948.
     September 1 - September 14, 1948
     September 15 - September 30, 1948.
     October - December 1948.

Box 19
     January 1949.
     February - December 1949.
     1950 - 1951.
     1952 - 1953
     1954.
     1955.
     1956


Box 20
     1957.
     1958.
     January - April 1959.
     May - December 1959.
     January 1960.
     February 1960
     March 1 - March 18, 1960

Box 21
     March 19 - March 31, 1960.
     April 1 - April 14, 1960.
     April 15   - April 21, 1960.
     April 22   - April 30, 1960.
     May 1 - May 14, 1960.
     May 15    -    May 31, 1960.
     June 1 - June 21, 1960.
     June 22   - June 24, 1960.
     June 25   - June 30, 1960.
     July 1 - July 14, 1960.

Box 22
     July 15 - July 31, 1960.
     August 1 - August 14, 1960.
     August 15 - August 31, 1960
     September - October 1960.
     November 1 - November 21, 1960.
     November 22 - November 30, 1960.
     December 1960
     January 1 - January 14, 1961.
     January 15 - January 18, 1961.
     January 19 - January 31, 1961.
     February - December 1961.
     January - June 1962.
     July - December 1962.
     1962 - Madison County Civil War Centennial Commission.
     January - July 1963.

Box 23
     August - December 1963.
     1964.
     1965.
     1966
     1967 - 1969 Undated.
     Undated
     January 1953 - Mrs. Johnson's Recollections of Lindbergh Kidnapping Trial.
     Biographical Materials.
     1953 - Richmond Women's Club.

Box 24
     1870-1918 - Robert Johnson Farm and Estate
     1919-1936 - Robert Johnson Farm and Estate.
     1937-1947 - Robert Johnson Farm and Estate.
*Correspondent Name Index*
Description: This is an index to the names of those persons with whom Johnson corresponded and are considered of such importance in content as to warrant attention. All of the letters are found in the Correspondence Series (Boxes 1-24). The figures in the parentheses immediately following each name denote the total number of letters from that person; followed by the indentification of the writer; last is the date of the letter and the box in which the letter is found. For security reasons selected letters have been photocopied with originals placed in a vault.
Index

Barkley, Alben.  
(1), U.S. Senator from KY and Vice-President of U.S., Dec.22, 1943 (Box 12)

Beckham, J. C. W.  
(1), Governor of Kentucky, July 6, 1939 (Box 8)

Bingham, Barry.  
(1), Publisher of the Louisville Courier-Journal, August 14, 1939 (Box 8)

Breathitt, Edward T. 
(2), Governor of Kentucky, October 28, 1963 and November 20, 1963 (Box 23).

Breckinridge, Desha.  
(2), Editor of the Lexington Herald, May 6, 1927 and May 23, 1927 (Box 7)

Chandler, A. B.  
(9), Governor of KY and U.S. Senator from Kentucky, 
     May 20,1937; June 29, 1937; December 15, 1937 (Box 7).  
     March Il, 1940; April 27, 1940; November 21, 1940 (Box 9).  
     July 7, 1942; July 28, 1942 (Box 11).  
     January 14, 1943; August 24, 1943 (Box 12)

Clements, Earle C.  
(7), U.S. Senator from Kentucky, 
     June 24, 1958; 1959 (Jan. 17; Feb 5; March 10; June 19; Dec 11)(Box 20).  
     March 23, 1960 (Box 21).

Combs, Bert T.  
(3), Governor of Kentucky, 
     Nov. 30, 1962 and Jan, 28, 1963 (Box 22). 
     December 4, 1963 (Box 23).

Cooper, John Sherman     
(1), U.S. Senator from Kentucky, June 4, 1960 (Box 21)

Dunne, Irene.  
(1), Actress, May 8, 1940 (Box 9)

Farley, James A.  
(1), Postmaster General of the U.S., December 9, 1943 (Box 12)

Gregory, Noble. 
(1), U.S. Representative from Kentucky, June 27, 1958 (Box 20)

Hutchins, Francis S.  
(2), President of Berea College, April 16, 1962 and May 31, 1962 (Box 22).

Johnson, Lady Bird.  
(1),  Wife of President Johnson,  December 10, 1963* (Box 23).

Johnson, Lyndon     
(1), President of the United States,  November 6, 1962* (Box 22).

Kefauver, Estes.  
(1), U.S. Senator from Tennessee, November 14, 1960  (Box 22)

Kennedy, John F.  
(2), President of the United States, October 19, 1960* and November 12,
1960* (Box 22)

Kilgore, Ben.   
(1), Kentucky politician, ca. 1939 (Box 8)

Krock, Arthur.  
(2), Editor of the New York Times, Dec. 14, 1959 and Jan. 25, 1960 (Box 20).

McCormack, John M.  
(1), Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, February 14, 1962 (Box 22).

Mitchell (Marsh), Margaret.  
(1), Author, December 2, 1940 (Box 9).

Perkins, Carl D.     
(1), U.S. Representative from Kentucky, February 1, 1960 (Box 20)

Roosevelt, Franklin D.  
(1), President of the United States, January 8, 1942* (Box 11).

Rupp, Aldoph F.  
(1), Basketball coach, December 7, 1943 (Box 12).

Symington, Stuart.  
(2), U.S. Senator from Missouri, March 23, 1960 and May 26, 1960 (Box 21).

Truman, Bess.  
(2), Wife of President Truman, ca. March 1960* (Box 20). ca. 1966* (Box 23)

Truman, Harry S.  
(1), President of the United States, November 6, 1962* (Box 22).

Watts, John C.  
(5), U.S. Representative from Kentucky, February 26, 
     1959 and July 1, 1959 (Box 20).  
     December 20, 1962 and March 7, 1963 (Box 22).  
     October28, 1963 (Box 23)

Ward, Henry.  
(1), Kentucky politician, August 25, 1967 (Box 23).

Wyatt, Wilson   
(5), Lt. Governor of Kentucky and Mayor of Louisville, 
     November 16, 1959 and January 20, 1960 (Box 20).  
     December 27, 1960; March 8, 1962; and August 6, 1962 (Box 22).

*Denotes letter which has been photocopied.

*Diary And Appointment Book Series*
Description: The Diary and Appointment Book Series contains diaries and appointment books of Keen Johnson and Eunice Johnson from 19l8 to 1965 and from 1930 to 1949 respectively. The majority of the books of Keen's are from the 1950's and 1960's, while those of Eunice's cover Keen's years as Governor of Kentucky.
Inventory

Box 25
     1918 - Keen Johnson
     1936 - Keen Johnson.
     1937 - Keen Johnson.
     1939 - Keen Johnson.
     1953 - Keen Johnson.
     1954 - Keen Johnson.
     1955 - Keen Johnson.
     1956 - Keen Johnson.
     1957 - Keen Johnson.

Box 26
     1958 - Keen Johnson.
     1959 - Keen Johnson.
     1960 - Keen Johnson.
     1961 - Keen Johnson.
     1962 - Keen Johnson.
     1963 - Keen Johnson.
     1965 - Keen Johnson.

Box 27
     1930 - Eunice Johnson.
     1931 - Eunice Johnson.
     1932 - Eunice Johnson.
     1934 - Eunice Johnson.
     1938 - Eunice Johnson.
     1938 - Eunice Johnson.
     1939 - Eunice Johnson.
     1940s - Eunice Johnson.
     1940 - Eunice Johnson.
     1940 - Eunice Johnson.
     1941 - Eunice Johnson.
     1942 - Eunice Johnson.

Box 28
     1943 - Eunice Johnson.
     1944 - Eunice Johnson.
     1945 - Eunice Johnson.
     1946 - Eunice Johnson.
     1947 - Eunice Johnson.
     1948 - Eunice Johnson.
     1949 - Eunice Johnson.




*Executive Order and Proclamation Series*
Description: The Executive Order and Proclamation Series contain the Executive Orders and Proclamations issued while Keen Johnson was Governor of Kentucky. The series is arranged chronologically from 1939 through 1943.
Inventory

Box 29
     1939.
     1940.
     1941.
     1942.
     1943.



*Financial Series*
Description: The Financial Series consists of one box of various financial records covering the years 1937-1968. There are eleven check books which run through Johnson's tenure as governor. These check books provide a g1impse into the personal financial history of a wartime governor. In addition, several years of cancelled checks have been preserved as a sample of typical Johnson expenditures. Other records include financial statements of the Richmond Register, selected income tax and bond purchase information, and a ledger Mrs. Johnson maintained during the governorship. Related financial materials can be found in the Correspondence Series, especially the disposition of Johnson's father's estate between himself and his sister, Christine.
Inventory

Box 30
     Bond Purchases Cancelled Checks - 1947
     Cancelled Checks - 1960.
     Check Books - 1939-1943.
     Deposit Book - 1945-1965.
     Income Tax - 1952.
     Ledger - 1940.
     Richmond Register - 1937-1968.



*Memorabilia Series*
Description: The Memorabilia Series consists of various awards and certificates, cartoons, sketches and election posters, scrapbooks, oversized photographs, some publications, and a large assortment of miscellaneous items and artifacts.
Inventory

A.   Awards and Cerificates
      1.  Selective Service Medal Award from U.S. Congress to Keen Johnson, n.d.
      2.  AmerIcan National Red Cross certificate to Mrs. Keen Johnson, ca. 1942, 
          8 1/2" x 11"
      3.  American Red Cross, Louisville Chapter, certificate of merit, 1954, 
          8 1/2" x 11".
      4.  Appointment to Board of Regents of Eastern State College, June 6, 1942,
          11" x 17".
      5.  Appointment as Honorary Chairman, Defense Savings Committee for State of 
          KY, January 13, 1942, 9" x 12".
      6.  Appointment to president's Committee for Department of Labor Fiftieth
          Anniversary Year, December 3, 1962, 1/2" x 16 1/4".
      7.  Certificate of recognition honoring Christine Johnson for loyal service to
          Senate of the United States, April 5, 1951, 8 1/2" x 11".
      8.  Commission as delegate to Constitution Revision Assembly, Feb. 17, 1964,
          11" x 17".
      9.  Kentucky Civil War Round Table Honorary Member Commission, March 17,
          1969, 10" x 15".
     10.  Kentucky Colonel Commission, accompanied by a letter from Wilson Wyatt,
          March 12, 1960, 10" x 15".
     11.  Kentucky Department of Agriculture award, October 29, 1962, 9" x 13".
     12.  Kentucky Welfare Association, Inc. award, November 3, 1966,  6" x 9". 
     13.  Lousiville Junior Chamber of Commerce Certificate of recognition, Jan.
          21, 1960, 8" x 10".
     14.  N.A.A. Colonels membership certificate, June I, 1941, accompanied
          by explanatory letter dated January 10, 1945, 11" x 16 3/4".
     15.  Marriage Certificate, Charles Biswell and Mary Eunice Nichols,
          May 27, 1936;  8 1/4" x 14".
     16.  National Geographic Society membership certificate for Mrs. Keen Johnson
          June 8, 1943, 8 1/4" x 10 1/2".
     17.  National Observer Charter Subscriber certificate, February 4, 1962 
          8 1/2" x 11".
     18.  Noble Order of Persuaders certificate of membership, May 29, 1953,
          11" x 13 1/2".
     19.  Governor's Award of Merit, April 26, 1966, 12" x 16".
     20.  "Loyality" by Elbert Hubbard, presented to Keen Johnson by Industrial 
          Marketers of Detroit, 14" x 18".
     21.  Pan American World Airways certificate declaring Johnson a "subject of
          the Realm of the Sun and of the Heavens," Jan 15, 1956, 10" x 12 1/4".
     22.  Presidential Inauguration invitation, January 20, 1965, 8 1/2" x 11".
     23.  Reappointment to Board of Regents of Eastern State Teachers College,
          May 24, 1954, 11" x 17".
     24.  Selective Service Medal issued to Charles R. Biswell, 12 1/4" x 16 1/2".
     25.  University of Kentucky Centennial citation, February 5, 1965, 9" x 12".
     26.  University of Kentucky Alumni Centennial award, February 22, 1965,
          8 1/2" x 11".
     27.  Warranty Deed from the Heart of Texas Land Company, November 15, 1953,
          11" x 14".
     28.  Widow of the Month Club membership certificate, October 11, 1957,
          10' x 12 l/4"
     29.  Woman's Missionary Council of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Baby Division,
          Life Membership Certificate for Judith Johnson, 8 1/2" x 11".
     30.  Young Democratic Clubs of Kentucky award of merit, October 15, 1947, 
          8 1/2" x 11"
     31.  Invitation to Girdler Farm Dove Shoat, September 19, 1942, 
          16 1/2" x 19 1/2".

B.  Cartoons, Sketches, and Posters
      1.  Caricature of Keen Johnson by Gat, Manila Chronicle, 15 3/8" x 10 1/2".
      2.  Cartoons, "Wally, His Cartoons of the A.E.F.," 1917-1919, 7" x 17 1/2".
      3.  Election poster, Kentucky Democratic candidates, "Kentucky Needs Them,"
          November 7, 1939, 14 1/4" x 22 1/2".
      4.  Election poster, National and State Democratic candidates, 
          "These Democrats Care!  They Care About You! Help Build a New Frontier," 
          November 8, 1960, 14" x 22".
      5.  Election poster, "President Truman and Vice President Barkley Ran Like     
          Citation," ca. 1942, 11 1/2" x 19".
      6.  Etching, "Bluegrass," by Fritz Bade, 8 3/4" x 11".
      7.  Etching, "The River Front," by C. Winston Haberer, 1940, 9 1/2" x 12".
      8.  Ink drawing of Keen Johnson by Valicka, "Keen Johnson, Guest Speaker -
          Advertising Club of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce," November 14,
          1952, 8" x 10".
      9.  Ink drawing by John M. Grath, 9 1/2" x 12".
     10.  Ink drawing, "My Old Kentucky Home," by c. Winston Haberer, 8" x 10 1/2".
     11.  Political cartoon, "Keen Johnson, Platform," by J.M. Wortham, ca.1939, 
          7" x 9 3/4",
     12.  Political cartoon, "We Appeal to the Democratic Voters of Kentucky," 1939, 8
          3/8" x 13".
     13.  Poster of Keen Johnson, "In Appreciation for Outstanding Contribution to 
          the Growth and Prosperity of South Texas," Corpus Christi Sales Executive 
          Club, December 1958, 14" x 19".
     14.  Sketch of Keen Johson by C. C. Coffey, 1938, 8" x 9 1/2".
     15.  Etching, "On the Kentucky Blue Grass,"  C. Winston Gaberer, 9 1/2" x 12".

C.  General
     1.   Kentucky State Flag, 3 ft. x 5 ft.
     2.   Pins and Ribbons -
          "A.C.L.A. 1938," 1 1/2"
          "A.F. of L., October 1938, Truck Drivers," 1 1/4".
          "American Bar Association, 1878," 1/2".
          "American Legion, 17th Annual Convention, Lexington, Ky., July, 1935,"
              3 1/2".
          "American Legion, 18th Annual Convention, Paducah, Ky., July 20-22,
               1936," 3 1/2".
          "American Legion, 22nd Annual Convention, Lexington, Ky., July 20-23,
               1941," 4 1/4", 2
          "American Legion, Grand Promenade, Mammoth Cave, Ky., July 17, 1938,"
               4 1/2".
          "American Legion, Welcome American Legion," 1 1/4".
          "American Medical Association, Atlantic City, 1912," 1".
          "American Medical Association, Minneapolis, 1913," 1".
          "American Medical Association, New York, 1917," 1".
          "American Medical Association, Chicago, 1924," 1".
          "American Medical Association, Dallas, 1926," 1".
          "American Medical Association, Philadelphia, 1931," 1 1/4".
          "Audubon Society," 7/8", 3.
          Automobiles, 1,Stand by for the 1934 Chevrolet," 3/4".
          Automobiles, "Switch to Dodge and Save Money," 2 1/2".
          Automobiles, "New Pontiac, Chief of Values," 3/4".
          "Be a Good Neighbor," 1/2"
          "Better Housing Program," 1", 5.
          "Business Builder," 7/8".
          "Citizen's Reception Committee to the President of the United States,
               Cincinnati, October 16, 1936," 7", 2.
          "Community Chest, I Gave, 1937," 5/8".
          "Community Chest, Louisville, I Care," 5/8".
          "Community Chest, Volunteer Worker," 3/4".
          "Community Chest, Worker," 1 3/8".
          "Daniel Boone Bicentennial, 1734-1934," 7/8", 4
          "Delco, Save-a-Battery Service Twice-a-Month," 1 1/2".
          "Eastern," 1 1/4"
          "Eastern Stadium Fund," 5/8".
          "F.D.E.A. 1936," 3/4".
          "Glasgow Bar Association, July 11, 1937," 1 1/2".
          "Governor's Conference, North Carolina, 1942," 6", 3.
          "2nd Annual Governors' Navy Day, Great Lakes, Illinois, June 10, 1942,"
              6 1/2"
          International Flags, "Irish Free State," 3/4".
          International Flags, "Malay States," 3/4".
          International Flags, "Malay States Federated," 3/4".
          International Flags, "Netherlands," 3/4".
          International Flags, "Spain," 3/4".
          International Typographical Union, Visitor, Sept. 11-18, 1937," 5"
          "Kentucky Central Life and Accident Insurance Co., 39th Anniversary
               Convention, September 26-27, 1941," 4".
          "Kentucky Colonels," 1/2", 2
          "Kentucky Derby Souvenir, Churchill Downs, 1936," 4 1/2".
          "K.E.A. Centennial, 1838-1938, April 13-16," 3/4".
          "Kentucky Press Association, Annual Winter Meeting, January 16-18, 1936,
               Brown Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky," 4"
          "Kentucky Press Assdciation, Annual Summer Meeting, June 11-13, 1936,
               Danville, Kentucky," 4", 2.
          "Kentucky Press Association, Annual Mid-Summer Meeting, June 24-26,
               1937, Lexington, Kentucky," 5", 2
          "Kentucky Press Association, Winter Meeting, January 27-29, 1938,
               Louisville, Kentucky," 4 1/2".
          "Kentucky Press Association, 69th Annual Summer Meeting, June 9-11, 1938,
               Mammoth Cave," 5 1/4"
          "Kentucky Press Association, 70th Annual Winter Meeting, Louisville,
               Kentucky, January 26-28, 1939," 2 3/4".
          "Kentucky State Council, Jr. 0. U. A. M., Annual Convention, Somerset,
               Kentucky, August 23-25, 1937," 4 1/2"
          "Kentucky State Medical Association, Louisville, 1941; Murray, 1942;
               Louisville, 1943," 1 3/4".
          "Lexington Signal Depot, Special, May 29, 1942," 2", 2.
          "Lifebuoy League of Health Guards," 3/4",
          "M.W.N.A.," 3".
          "Mickey Mouse Globe Trotters Member, I Eat N.B.C. Bread," 1 1/4".
          "National Editorial Association, 49th Annual Convention, May 10-17, 1934"
          Patriotic - National - American flags, 1 1/4".
          Patriotic - National - "100%-American, The Flag I Love," 1 1/4".
          Patriotic - National - "ToHell with Hitler," 1 1/4".
          Patriotic' - National - "V", 7/8".
          Patriotic - State - "Kentucky," 1 1/2".
          Patriotic - State - "Onward, Kentucky," 1", 2
          Patriotic - State - "Seal of the State of Kentucky," 1 1/4".
          "Penny's Back-to-School Days with Popeye," 1". 
          "Pirate Club, My Weekly Reader," 1".
          Political - National - "Barkley, Roosevelt, Truman," 7/8".
          Political - National - "Democratic National Convention, 1940, Chicago,
               Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms," 5".
          Political - National - "Democratic  National Convention, Chicago, 1944,
               National Committee Chairman," 5".
          Political - National - "Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1944,
               Official," 4 3/4", 2
          Political - National - "A Gallant Leader, Franklin D. Roosevelt," 3/4"
          Political - National - "39th Inaugural, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Henry A.
               Wallace, January 20, 1941, Governor," 7 1/2".
          Political - National - "I Want Barkley Senator," 7/8"
          Political - National - "I Want Roosevelt Again," 7/8"
          Political - National - "I Want Roosevelt Again," 3/4"
          Political - National - "Our President," 1 1/8", 4.
          Political - National - "Young Democrats for Barkley," 5/8".
          Political - State - "Democratic State Convention Delegate, June 9, 1936,
               Louisville, Kentucky," 3 1/2"
          Political - State - "Democratic State Convention Delegate, July 2, 1940,
               Louisville, Kentucky," 1 3/4"
          Political - State - "Happy, Keen," 1", 4
          Political - State - "Kentucky Wants Chandler," 1".
          Political - State - "Kentucky Wants Chandler," 1 1/4".
          Political - State - "Our Next Governor, Albert B. Chandler," 7/8"
          Red Cross, 5/8", 3,
          Red Cross - "I Serve," 5/8"
          Red Cross - "1920," 5/8".
          Red Cross - "1936," 5/8".
          "Reynolds Metals, Hon. Keen Johnson," 2".
          "S.M.A. ," 1/2" x 3/4"
          St. Patrick's Day - "Erin Go Braugh," 1 1/4" x 1 1/2".
          Shirley Temple - gold pin, 5/8".
          "Shirley Temple, The World's Darling," 1 1/4", 3.
          "State Central Committee, Speakers' Stand Annex, Welcome President
               Truman to  Kentucky, Sept. 30, 1948," 6"
          "T.V.C. Reception, August 30-31, September 1-2, 1940," 5 3/4"
          "University of Kentucky Alumni Association," 1 1/2".
          "University of Kentucky Alumni Reunion," 2 1/2".
          University of Kentucky - "Kentucky" 1 3/4" and 1 1/4", 3.
          "Westinghouse, Official Guest," 3 1/2"
          "Women's Field Army, Fight Cancer with Knowledge," 5/8".
          "Young Democratic Clubs of America, 5th Biennial Convention, Louisville,
               Kentucky, August 21-23, 1941," 4". "1937," 1 1/2".
     3.   3 Letter openers, 8"
     4.   Minature Kentucky State flag, 10".
     5.   Pencil, broom, "Souvenir of Sarasota, F1a.," 8".
     6.   3 pens, metal feather-shaped pen from George Rogers Clark Memorial,
          Vincennes, Indiana,  8 1/2"; Cincinnati Reds baseball bat pen, 5 1/2";
          Louisville Slugger baseball bat pen, 6"
     7.   2 rubber stamps, "Keen Johnson," and "Keen."
     8.   3 straight razors, 6 1/2
     9.   Coins, 4 Missouri sales tax receipts, 8 foreign.
     10.  Commemorative medallion, Assistant Secretary of the Treasurey, Lawrence
          Wood Robert, Jr., 1933-1936, 3"
     11.  Commemorative medallion, George Washington's 200th birthday, 1932, 3"
     12.  Paperweight, made from T58-T6 Aluminum Alloy from the Wing Root Skin of
          the Boeing B-47 Stratojet, 2 3/8" x 3".
     13.  Pocket screwdriver and bottle opener, "V.F.W. Welfare Fund."
     14.  "Wooden Nickel," from the Princeton, Kentucky Tobacco Festival, September
          2-6, 1937, 2 1/4" x 4",
     15.  Wooden plaque with picture of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 2 3/4" x 3 3/8".
     16.  Inaugural license plate, 1941, 6" x 12 1/2".
     17.  Leather billfold, stamped "Gov. Keen Johnson,'1 5 1/2" x 12 1/2".
     18   Leather folder, made by hand at the North Carolina State prison, presented
          through Governor J. Melville Broughton with the compliments of the inmates
          to Keen Johnson, National Governors' Conference, Asheville, North Carolina,
          1942, 4 1/8" x 9 3/4"
     19.  Leather medallion, "J.Q.M.D. Gov. Johnson, November 23, 1942, 4".
     20.  Pennant, "Kentucky State Fair, Spinny," 10".
     21.  Philco safety record,  "Christine - Appleton - Mother - Daddy and Judy,"
          December 25, ?, 6 1/2"
     22.  Wood cutting of Daniel Boone and party overlooking the Kentucky River, 9 1/2"
          x 4 1/2".
     23.  Wooden plaque, "From the Last Boone Sycamore, Fort Boonesborough, Ky," 2
          1/4" x 3 1/2".
     24.  Quart bottle of 86 proof Rebel Yell straight bourbon whiskey, labeled
          "Especially for Gov. Keen Johnson," empty.
     25.  Minature Louisville Slugger, baseball bat, engraved "Gov. Keen Johnson," 16
          1/2"
     26.  Wooden gavel, 10 1/2".
     27.  Churchill Downs courtesy card issued to Governor Johnson, May, 1940, 2 3/4"
          x 4 1/4".
     28.  Derby Day Club House Box Seat ticket stub, May 4, 1940, 2 1/2" x 2 3/4"
     29.  6 Club House Box Seat tickets, April 30, 1943, 2 1/2" x 6 3/4".
     30.  2 Derby Day Club House Box Seat tickets and 1 ticket stub, May 1, 1943, 2
          1/2" x 6 3/4" and 2 1/2" x 3 3/4".
     31.  Complimentary General Admission Derby Day ticket, May 1, 1943, 2" x 5 1/4"
     32.  Derby Day Club House Box Seat ticket stub, May 4, 1946, 2 3/4" x 3 3/4"
     33.  2 Betting tickets, "2 Win IXI," "22 Place D705," 1 1/2" x 2 5/8".
     34.  KY Trotting Horse Breeders Association Admission ticket book, Sept.
          21-28, 1940, Row A, Box 1, 4 1/4" x 5 1/2".
     35.  8 Keene1and Guest cards, 2 1/2" x 4 1/4".
     36.  World Series ticket, Crosley Field, Cincinnati, Ohio, Game 1, 1940, 
          2 1/4" x 5 1/4".
     37.  2 University of Kentucky football homecoming tickets, November 3, 1934,
          Alabama vs. Kentucky, 2" x 5 1/4".
     38.  4 University of Kentucky football tickets, Tennessee vs. Kentucky, 
          November 22, ?, 2" x 5 1/4".
     39.  University of Louisville basketball ticket stub, U of L vs. Notre Dame, 
          January 27, ?, 1 3/4" x 3 1/4".
     40.  2 Frankfort High School adult season football passes for Governor and 
          Mrs. Keen Johnson, 1941, 2 3/8" x 3 7/8".
     41.  2 University of Kentucky athletic association membership ticket books, 
          1945, 2 3/8" x 4 1/8"
     42.  Kentucky State College season complimentary pass, 1941-1942, issued to
          Governor and Mrs. Keen Johnson, 2 1/4" x 4".
     43.  5 theatre passes for all Lexington theatres, issued to Governor and Mrs. 
          Keen Johnson, 2 1/4" x 4"
     44.  2 theatre passes for the New Theatre, issued to Governor and Mrs. Keen
          Johnson, November 1, 1941, 2 3/8" x 4 1/8".
     45.  Central Kentucky Community Concert Association membership card, 2, 
          issued to Mrs. Keen Johnson, 1941-1942, 2 3/8" x 4 1/8"
     46.  2 receipts for annual membership dues for the Cooperative Concert 
          Association, March 4, 1941, 3" x 3".
     47.  Season courtesy ticket issued to Governor Keen Johnson, 
          1942, 2 1/4" x 4 1/2"
     48.  6 Summer season Iroquois Amphitheatre tickets, July 6, 1942, 1 1/2" x 4"
     49.  Century of Progress short-term press pass, issued to Keen Johnson, 
          1933, 2 1/2" x 4 1/4"
     50.  House of Representatives member's pass, issued to Mrs. Keen Johnson, 
          February 2, 1944, 2 3/4" x 4 1/4".
     51.  Democratic National Convention Mezzanine Guest ticket book, 
          issued to Judith Johnson, July 1944, 2 1/2" x 7 1/4".
     52.  Democratic National Convention Moonlight Skyline cruise ticket, 2, 
          July 18, 1944, 2 3/4" x 4".
     53.  Democratic National Convention Mezzanine Guest ticket book, 
          July 1940, 3" x 6 1/4".
     54.  Democratic National Convention Delegate ticket book, 
          July 1940, 3" x 6 1/4".
     55   Inaugnration hat, black top hat, size 7 1/8
     56.  Compass, 2".
     57.  Democratic National Convention identification card, 2" x 3".
     58.  Mechanical tape measure, 1 1/4" x 3 1/4".
     59.  Metal medallion, "Gott Mit Uns," 1 1/2"
     60.  Souventr  ashtray, picture of state capitol, 4".
     61.  Souvenir matchbooks, 42  -
          Ambassador, "World Famous Cocoanut Grove," Los Angeles, Ca., 2
          The Brown Derby, California.
          C.   R. Biswell for Presiding Judge, August 6, 1940.
          Chi Omega, 2
          El Mirado Hotel, "America's Foremost Desert Resort," Palm Springs, Ca., 5
          For Victory Bundles for Britain, 2.
          Ford
          Frata
          The Greenbriar, "160th Anniversary, 1778-1938."
          The Greenbriar Golf and Tennis Club, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
          Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado, California, 2.
          Hotel Lexington, New York City, N.Y.
          Hotel Lexington, Hawaiian Room, New York, N.Y., 2
          Hotels and Apartments of Distinction
          Judy
          Keen Johnson, 3.
          La Central, Caja Taurina.
          Playland at the Beach, San Francisco
          Pond Creek-Tug Review Mining Institute
          Robert E. Lee Hotel, Lexington, Virginia.
          Rockefeller Center, The Rainbow Room
          Rogers Restaurants, Lexington, Kentucky.
          Safety-Edge Diamond Waxed Paper
          Service
          Southern Pacific Lines
          Stork Club, New York, N.Y., 2.
          Sun Valley, Idaho, "America1s Finest Year 'Round Sports Center."
          The Trocadero, "America's Finest Cafe," Hollywood, California.
          Walgreen Agency Drug Store.
     62.  World War I dog tags, "Keen Johnson, 1st Lieut., 354 Inf., USA."
     63.  World War I uniform insignia and cuff links.
     64.  Caribbean travel brochure, January 1953, 7" x 11"
     65.  Farewell dinner menu, January 1953, 7" x 11".
     66.  Jamaican hand-embroidered hankerchief, 5 3/4" x 7"
     67.  Kentucky Sesquicentennial souvenir, "Ye Cakes and Ale Club," The Governors
          of Kentucky, 1792-1942, 1942, 12" x 16".
     68.  Musical score, "Down Kentucky Way," original composition by Ruth Norris
          (Mrs. Charles Curtice Hawkins), dedicated to Keen John 4" x 9"
     69.  Colored print, Reproducta One, 8 1/2" x 11".
     70.  Musical score, "Let's Send Harry Back to the.Farm," 1942, 8 1/2" x 11".
     71.  Plaque, "To Have to Hold," 1941, 15" x 19".

D.  Oversized Photographs and Printed Items (Newspaper storage box - oversize)
     1.  Whilaway, 16" x 12".
     2.  Statement of Official vote for General Election in Ky, Nov. 7, 1941.
     3.  First Ladies of the States, June 20, 1943.
     4.  Seaquincentennial Map of Kentucky, 1942 (2 copies).
     5.   Inaugural dinner in honor of Harry Truman, January 19, 1949.
     6.  Kentucky state Reformatory staff, 1940, 13" x 19".
     7.  Keen Johnson with  Kentucky State Police, 11" x 14".
     8.  Print of Mount Vernon, 1937, 12" x 14".
     9.  Large dinner gathering, 11" x 14".
     10.  Prentice Cooper, Governor of Tennessee, autographed, 11" x 14".
     11.  Portrait of Keen Johnson, 11" x 14", 22.
     12.  Reynolds Metal Company - Dinner meeting, 1950's, 10 1/2" x 14".
     13.  Reynolds group photograph, 11" x 12"; 10 1/2" x 14".
     14.  Richard Samuel Reynolds, Jr., 11" x 12".
     15.  David Reynolds, 11" x 12".

E.   Publication
     1.   "The Democratic  ook 1936," #2141 of a limited edition autographed by 
          Franklin D. Roosevelt, 11 1/4" x 14 1/4".
     2.   20th Century Fox, "Dynamo," Vol. VII, No. 33, January 6, 1939, 11" x 15
          1/2".
     3.   20th Century Fox, "Dynamo Special Supplement," Vol. VII, No. 21B, January
          6, 1939, 11" x 15 1/2".
     4.   20th Century Fox, "1939 Extra Studio Special," January 6, 
          1939, 11" x 15 1/2".
     5.   "The Legislative Digest, Regular Session," 1940, 12 1/2" x 17".
     6.   "The Legislative Digest, Regular and Special Sessions," 
          1942, 12 1/2" x 18 1/2".

F.   Scrapbooks
     1.   Scrapbook of Keen Johnson's candidacy for Lt. Governor, 1935, 11" x 13".
     2.   Scrapbook, "Governor Keen Johnson, January 18, 1940," 10" x 12 3/4".
     3.   Scrapbook belonging to Judith Johnson, ca. 1944, 10" x 13".


*Newspaper Clipping Series*
Description: The Newspaper Clipping Series is arranged chronologially from 1,896 to 1970. The majority of the clippings are from 1939 to 1943, the years Johnson was Governor of Kentucky. Most of the clippings ave been photocopied for preservation purposes.
Inventory

Box 31
     1896 - 1930.
     1935 - 1939 ca.
     1935. (See also wrapped items - Rotogravue supplement to the Frankfort State
            Journal, December 10, 1935)
     1936
     1937.
     January - June 1938.
     July - December 1938.
     1939 - 1943 ca.
     January - June 1939.
     July 1939.
     August - September 1939.
     October 1939

Box 32
     November 1939.
     December 1939.
     January - February 1940.
     March 1940.
     April - June 1940.
     July - September 1940.
     October - November 1940.

Box 33
     December 1940.
     ca.  1941 - February 1941.
     March - April 1941.
     May 1941.
     June - July 1941.
     August - September 1941.
     October 1941.
     November 1941
     December 1941

Box 34
     January 1942.
     February 1942.
     March 1942.
     April - May 1942.
     June - August 1942.
     September - October 1942.
     November - December 1942.
     January 1943.
     February - April 1943.

Box 35
     May 1943
     June - July 1943.
     August - December 1943.
     ca.  1944 - 1965.
     1944 - 1947.
     1948 - 1951.
     1952 - 1959.
     1960
     January - September 1960
     October - November 1960.
     1962 - 1970.


*The Ogden Research Note Series*
Description: The Ogden Research Note Series contain notes and typescripts of information gathered by Dr. and Mrs. Ogden for their edited volume of Johnson's public papers during his governorship. The research notes include information paraphrased and copied directly from news articles, publications, speeches, executive orders, and proclamations. There are twenty-eight folders which fill two boxes.
Inventory

Box 36

Box 37


*Photograph Series*
Description: The Photograph Series consists of seven boxes of primarily black and white prints and a few negatives of various sizes covering the years 1905 through the 1960's. Box one contains individual photographs of Keen Johnson, snapshots of Eunice and Keen Johnson, individual and group photographs of Judy Johnson, photographs of the Johnson family, and photographs, arranged chronologically beginning in 1915, of Keen Johnson. Boxes two through folder 6 of box four are a continuation of group photographs of Keen Johnson, arranged chronologically through the 1960's and depicting various aspects of his life, primarily his tenure as Governor and positions with the Reynolds Metals Comany. Also in folder 6 of box four there are individual photographs of the Johnsons' houses in Richmond, friends of the Johnsons, executives of the Reynolds Metals Company, unidentified photographic prints of friends and relaives of the Johnsons, and unidentified photographic negatives. Box five contains photograph albums of Eunice Johnson during her formative years in Missouri and World War I and a photograph album of Judy Johnson from 1940 through 1942. In boxes six and seven there are photographs taken during the 1950's of various Reyno1ds Metals Company plants. There are several oversized photographs which have been wrapped and are described in the Memorabilia Series. All photographs are in acid-free folders, interleaved between acid-free paper and are numbered consecutively per folder.
Inventory

Box 38
  Folder 1 - Individual Photographs of Keen Johnson, 
             numbers 1-62.

      1-6:    Candid snapshots 1914-1916
      7-12:   Johnson wearing World War I uniform, 1917-1919
      13-26:  1920's-1939.
      30-39:  Official Governor's photos, 1940
      44-45:  Proof Sheets, 1950's
      46:     Typing at desk.
      48-49:  Speech before Personnel Relations Society, Lexington, August 9, 1954
      55-60:  Proofs, August, 1956
      61-62:  1960 Senatorial Campaign

  Folder 2 -  Photographs of Eunice Lee Nichols Johnson, ca. 1905-1940's
              numbers 1-35

  Folder 3 -  Eunice and Keen Johnson, ca. 1915-1950's
              numbers 1-12.

      3-4:    World War I.
      11:     Kentucky Day at New York?s World's Fair, 1939.

  Folder 4 -  Individual Photographs of Judy Johnson, 1927-1938, 
              numbers 1-51.

  Folder 5 -  Individual Photographs of Judy Johnson, 1939-1947, 
              numbers 1-61

  Folder 6 -  Group Photographs of Judy Johnson, 1930's-l940's, 
              numbers 1-50,(Folder A).

  Folder 7 -  Group Photographs of Judy Johnson, 1930's-1940s, 
              numbers 1-59, (Folder B)

      21-22:  Judy with Happy Chandler.
      23-24:  Judy with State Police guard.

  Folder 8 -  Johnson Family, 1930's-1940's, 
              numbers 1-18.

          1:  Keen with Judy, ca. 1930
        2-4:  Eunice with Judy, ca. 1930.
          5:  Keen with Judy at Mammouth Cave.
          8:  Judy, Christine Johnson, Keen, Euncie, August 6, 1939.
       9-16:  Official Governor's family photo.

  Folder 9 -  ca. 1915-1916, 
              numbers 1-66.

        1-2:  Keen Johnson Birthplace.
        3-4:  Johnson at Central College, Missouri (Group), 1915.
        5-6:  Johnson with football uniform, 1916.
       7-11:  College life at Central College, 1916
      12-24:  Postcards of Central College Campus and Fayette, Missouri.
      25-66:  Scenes of Howard Payne College (Classes, football games, plays, ajid
              outdoor views), 1916

  Folder 10 - ca. 1917-1926, 
              numbers 1-59.

        1-2:  Johnson with Nichols family, ca. 1917
       2-19:  Snapshots of Southern France and Monte Carlo, 1919.
         20:  Richmond Register building and staff.
      21-59:  Snapshots of Johnson's Florida Trip (Miami, Palm Beach, St. Pete, and
              Jacksonville), February, 1926.

Box 39
  Folder 1 - 1936-December 20, 1938, numbers 1-59.

     1:  Ashland Historic Marker - Left to right - R. W. Davis, Tom R. Underwood,
          Charles Staples, Glen Weinman, Henry Clay McDowell Bullock, Judge
          Samuel Wilson, Keen Johnson, Baylor Landrum, R. M. Wheeler, Samuel M.
          Look, Thomas Piatt, Earl Wallace, Lexington, Kentucky, April 18, 1936.
     2:  Eunice Johnson, Keen Johnson, Frances Jewell McVey, Frank McVey, Lexington,
          Kentucky, June 4, 1936.
     3-4:  Eastern Kentucky Teacherts College Commencement - Herman Donovan,
          A. B. Chandler, J. C. W. Beckham, Keen Johnson, Richmond, Kentucky,
          May 27, 1936
     5:  Dinner at Dr. John Floyd's - Left - right - Dr. Irvin Abell, Dr. Arthur
          McCormack, Dr. Elmer Henderson, Dr. Morris Flexner, Dr. Clifford Heisel,
          Dr. Carl Howard, Dr. Caswell Turner, Dr. Amplias Davis, Dr. Floyd,
          Johnson, Herman Donovan, Richmond, Kentucky, September 14, 1937.
     6-7: Ethopian General Mike Callis, Grand Chef Roscoe Murray, Johnson, Major R.
          W. Wilson, June, 1938.
     8-9:  At Mammouth Cave, July 17, 1938.
     10:  Leaving for premiere of movie "Kentucky" - Left to right - Mayor E. Reed
          Wilson, Lexington; Mrs. Sholtz, Mayor David Sholtz, Louisville; Governor
          Chandler, Johnson, Mrs. Chandler, Mrs. Johnson, Louisville, December 9,
          1938.
     11-20: Greeting by San Francisco Mayor Rossi of Kentucky contingent going to
          movie premiere.  Johnson, Governor Chandler, and Mayor Sholtz in various
          photographs, December 16, 1938
     21-28:  Hollywood Dinner party.  Photographs of Johnson, Governor and Mrs.
          Chandler and daughters along with Shirley Temple.
     32:  Hollywood premiere of movie "Kentucky" - Left to right - Mayor and Mrs.
          Scholtz of Louisville, Jimmy Stewart, Marcella Chandler, Governor Chandler, 
          Mimi Chandler, Keen Johnson, Joan Crawford, Mrs. Johnson, December 20, 1938.
     33-58:    Premiere of movie "Kentucky."  Vaious photographs of Chandlers and
          Johnsons including Daryl Zanuck and Richard Schenck, December 20, 1938.
     59:  Carthay movie theater, December 20, 1938.

  Folder 2 - December 20, 1938-October 7, 1939, numbers 1-56
     1-35:     Premiere of movie "Kentucky."  Various Hollywood stars including      
          Claudette Colbert  Gene Markey, June Gail, David Niven, Loretta Young,
          Richard Greene, Bing Crosby, Anita Luise, Randolph Scott, Walter Brennan,
          Virginia Bruce, Walter Reuben, Marlene Dietrich, Henry Fonda, Gail Patrick,
          Al Jolson, Ruby Keeler, Joan Davis, Kay Francis, Don Ameche, Joan Bennett,
          Walter Wagner, Majorie Weaver, Gracie Fields,Norma Shearer, Spencer
          Tracy, Claire Trevor arriving, December 20, 1938.
     36:  Formal announcement of gubernatorial candidacy - Johnson, Judy Johnson, Mrs.
          Johnson, John Greenleaf, Lyter Donaldson, Richmond, May 17, 1939.
     37:  Kentucky Day at New York's World Fair, Harold Parrott, Grover Whalen,
          Governor Chandler, Johnson, Spring, 1939.
     37a: Lt. Gov. Keen Johnson, Judy Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, J.J. Greenleaf of Richmond, 
          J. Lyter Donaldson, Campaign Manager for Johnson, Richmond, May 16, 1939.             
     38:  Johnson and Mrs. Johnson at Kentucky State Fair Horse Show, Louisville,
          August, 1939.
     39-42:  Dedication of WCKY radio station, Covington, September, 1939.
     43-44:  Johnson at Jefferson County Democratic rally, September 2, 1939.
     45:  Opening of Fall Democratic Campaign - Left to right - Virgil Chapman,
          Governor Chandler, Tom Burke, Joseph Sholtz, Alben Barkley, Rodes K.
          Myers, Johnson, Lyter Donaldson, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, October 7, 1939.
     46:  Mrs. Johnson, Chandler, Johnson, Barkley, October 7, 1939.
     47:  Christine Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, Johnson, Chandler, Joseph Sholtz, Barkley,
          Myers.  Immediately behind Barkley is Charles Arnett and J. Dan Talbott. 
          Virgil Chapman is behind Sholtz, October 7, 1939
     48:  Chapman, Donaldson, Chandler, Johnson, Barkley, October 7, 1939.
     49:  Chandler, Barkley, Johnson, October 7, 1939.
     50:  Johnson, Barkley, Myers, October 7, 1939
     51:  Barkley, Chandler, October 7, 1939
     52:  Johnson speaking, October 7, 1939

 Folder 3 - October 9, 1939-1939, numbers 1-50.

     1:  Swearing in as Governor  by Chief Justice of Court of Appeals
          Alex Ratliff, Frankfort, Kentucky, October 9, 1939
     2-30:  Primary and general election campaign.  Johnson and Donaldson
          speaking at various rallies, Fall, 1939.
     31:  Governor and Mrs. Johnson at Governor s dinner, Frankfort, Kentucky,
          November 29, 1939
     32-34:  Inauguration Day.  Johnson, Myers, Barkley, and Chandler, Frankfort,
          Kentucky, December 12, 1939.
     36-50:  Photographs of Johnson and Chandler taken by Jack Hillerich, 1939

  Folder 4 - 1930's Unidentified Photographs, numbers 1-41
     1-11:     Johnson, Governor Chandler, and Dr. McCormack at Health Facility
          Dedication.
     16-18:  Johnson, Chandler and group of veterans
     19-22:  Johnson presiding over Kentucky General Assembly.  Chandler speaking to
          assembly.
     23-24:  Chandler, unidentified, Joseph Sholtz, Johnson.
     34:  Bicentennial Celebration of Daniel Boone's birth - Left to right Dr. Dorris,
          Judge Samuel Wilson, Johnson1 Frankfort, Kentucky, 1934.
     35-41:  Johnson at Bowling Green, Kentucky War Veterans Organization meeting -

  Folder 5 - 1940-November 15, 1941, numbers 1-52.
     1:  Lt. Governor Rhodes K. Myers and Johnson, 1940
     2:  Johnson with Red Bird High School graduating class, April 10, 1940.
     3-24:     Johnson with Brig. General Adna R. Chafee, Louisville Mayor Joseph
          Scholtz, and Kentucky Adjutant General John A. Polin at Fort Knox, April 27,
          1940.
     25-26:  Johnson with Jockey Cal Bierman at the Kentucky Derby, May 4, 1940.
     27:  At Kentucky Derby - Left to right - Gov. Prentice Cooper (Tenn.), Johnson,
          James Cromwell (U.S. Minister of Canada), Irene Dunne, Postmaster General
          James Farley, Mrs. Catherine Conner, Rhodes, Myers, May 4, 1940.
     28:  Johnson, J. Dan Talbbott and Lyter Donaldson at Democratic National
          Convention in Chicago, July 3, 1940.
     29:  Johnson, Donaldson, and Barkley at Convention, July 3, 1940
     30:  Barkley at podium, July 3, 1940
     31:  Johnson at Irvine, Kentucky Bridge dedication, July 26, 1940.
     32:  "To Gov. Keen Johnson with best wishes, Tony Salamack boys," August 9, 1940
     33:  Judy Johnson, Keen Johnson and Lily Pons, November 15, 1940.
     34-35:  Green Moose Club train leaves Louisville for President Roosevelt's
          inauguration, January, 1941.
     36-37:  Johnson, Gov. Prentice Cooper of Tennessee, and Gov. Henry Schricker of
          Indiana at dedication of Henderson-Evansville Bridge, March 20, 1941.
     38:  Johnson signing document with Herman Donovan and W. F. O1Donnell looking
          on, May, 1941.
     39:  Johnson milking cow at Kentucky State Fair, August, 1941.
     40-45:  Johnson, Dr. A. T. McCormack (Secretary - Kentucky Board of Health), Dr.
          Wagers, and Dr. James at dedication of Maternity Hospital, Oneida,
          Kentucky, November 1, 1941.
     46-52:  Snapshots of Kentucky-Southwestern football game and Frankfort, November
          15, 1941.

  Folder 6 - November 16, 1941-June 29, 1942, numbers 1-66.

     1-4:  Snapshots of Ft. Harrod, November 16, 1941.
     6-8:  Johnson giving message to Joint Session of General Assembly. Chandler and
          Donaldson to immediate left, Myers directly behind, January 6, 1942
     9-10:  Johnson inspecting Troup Carrier Command, April 30, 1942.
     11:  Party at Springfield, Kentucky, Country Club following dedication of the
          Springfield Armory, May 20, 1942.
     12-13:  Dedication at Avon, May 29, 1942.
     14:  Johnson at Lexington Cemetery on Memorial Day, May 31, 1942.
     15:  Southern Governor's Conference at Asheville, North Carolina, June 22, 1942.
     16-66:  Johnson visiting 38th Army Division at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, June 29,
          1942.

 Folder 7 - August 8, 1942-October 27, 1943, numbers 1-51.

     1-2: Dedication of St. Matthews Armory, August 8, 1942.
     2a:  Dedication of Bellefonte Blast Furnace Armes Steel Corp., Ashland, Kentucky,
          August 24, 1942.
     3-6:  Johnson at ceremony honoring Capt. George Kaiser at Somerset,Kentucky,
          September 24, 1942.
     7:  Friends of Land Conference at Louisville.  Louis Bromfield, Vice President
          Henry A. Wallace, and Mayor Wilson Wyatt, October 17, 1942 
     8:  Friends of Land Conference - Left to right - A. G. Blade (Governor of Farm
          Credit Admin.), Russell Lord, Dr. Charles Holzer, Dr. Thomas P. Cooper,
          Dr. T. S. Buie, October 17, 1942
     9:  Friends of Land Conference - Left to right - Vice President Wallace, Louis
          Bromfield, Keen Johnson, Wilson Wyatt, C. E. Holzer, October 17, 1942.
     10-12:  Friends of the Land Conference, October 17, 1942.
     15-16:  Johnson with Louisville Mayor Wilson Wyatt inspecting Naval Ordnance
          Plant, November 5, 1942.
     17:  Autographed photograph of Dr. Frank McVey, January 25, 1943
     18-32:  Visit by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to Ft. Knox, April 28, 1943.
     33:  Johnson presenting trophy to Mrs. John D. Hertz and jockey Johnny Longden at
          the Kentucky Derby, May 1, 1943
     34-35:  Groundbreaking ceremony for Greater Cincinnati Airport, Covington,
          Kentucky, May 3, 1943
     36:  Johnson and Wilson Wyatt receiving War Ration Certificates, June 5, 1943.
     37:  Army-Navy E ceremonies at the Louisville Ordnance - Left to right - Rear
          Admiral F. L. Reichmuth, A. W. Robertson, Brig. General T. E. Marchant,
          Comm. C. E. Briner, Johnson, J. R. Weaver, June 22, 1943.
     38:  Johnson observing swearing in of James Smith, 200,000th Kentuckian inducted
          into Armed services, July 8, 1943.
     40-42:  Groundbreaking for Hazelwood Hospital, August 30, 1943
     43-46:  Brig. Gen. Julian S. Hatcher, Johnson, Cal. R. H. Hannum at Bluegrass
          Ordnance Depot, September 10, 1943
     47-48:  Western State Hospital visit, September 15, 1943.
     49:  Laying cornerstone at Hazelwood Hospital, October 22, 1943.
     50-53:  Groundbreaking for Negro hospital at Central State Hospital, Lakewood,
          Kentucky, October 27, 1943.

 Folder 8 - March, 1945-December 6, 1949, numbers 1-33.
     1:  Reynolds Metals
          luncheon, March, 1945.
     2:  David Reynolds, Johnson, Walter Rice at Longview, Washington, June 24, 1945.
     4-10:     Johnson speaking before the National Association for Ice Industries,
          November 11, 1947.
     11-18:    Johnson at Grand Rapids, Michigan plant, March 8, 1948.
     23-24:  Johnson and U.S. Senator Garrett Withers at ribbon cutting of Rockport
          Bridge in Ohio County, August 8, 1948.
     25:  Johnson giving Reynolds Company 25 year pins to Russell Stuart and Helen
          Bridgewater, February, 1949.
     26:  Aluminum Division Sales meeting, Louisville, June 17, 1949.
     27-28:  Southern State Iron Roofing Co., Savannah, Georgia, Christmas Party,
          December, 1949.
     29-33:  American Society for Metals display, December 6, 1949.

Box 40
  Folder 1 - Unidentified Photographs, 1940s, numbers 1-50.
     1-6:  Johnson at Military
          Ordnance dedication.
     9-14:  Johnson, Lyter Donaldson, and John Sherman Cooper.
     15-16:  Johnson dancing with Judy and A. B. Chandler dancing with daughter,
             Mimi.
     20-21:  Kentucky Derby breakfast (?).
     27:  Johnson and Barkley.
     30:  Johnson with Herman L. Donovan
     33:  Johnson at desk with secretary
     35:  Chandler, Myers, Johnson and group
     37:  Chandler, Myers, Johnson and large group in cabin.
     39:  Chandler, Johnson, Mayor Joseph Scholtz
     43:  Harold Stassen (Gov. of Minnesota), Johnson, John Ratner (Gov. of Kansas) at
          Governors Conference.
     44:  Johnson and Virginia Governor James H. Price at Virginia Beach
     45-47:  Johnson, Myers, Barkley, Capt. Loftquist, and Col. Johnson at Navy
          Recruiting Day in Louisville.
     48-50:  Johnson and Director of Insurance Division, Sherman Goodpaster.

  Folder 2 - Unidentified 1940's Photographs, numbers 1-38.

     1-2: Johnson with Indiana Governor Henry F. Schricker.
     3-5: Johnson inspecting Hazelwood Sanitorium building.
     6-8:  Johnson along with Mr.' Gorter, Harry A. DeButts, Ernest E Norris, and Mr.
          Early of the Southern Railway System.
     9-14:  Mrs. Johnson and Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson and Mrs. Vinson.
     15:  Thruston B. Morton and John Sherman Cooper.
     16:  Johnson delivering speech at the University of Kentucky with Albert Kirwan
          looking on.
     25:  New cell block at Eddyville.
     26-34:  Eastern State Hospital before and after construction.
     35-38:  Central State Hospital.

  Folder 3 - Unidentified 1940's Photographs, numbers 1-75.

     1-75:  Western State Hospital.

  Folder 4 - May 13, 1950-August 30, 1950, numbers 1-41.

     1-2:  Johnson and Tom Bradshaw typesetting at the Richmond Register office, May
          13, 1950.
     3:  Johnson observing plaque at Keen Johnson Student Union Building, May 13,
          1950.
     4-41:  Reynolds Metals Co. South Central Regional meeting, St. Louis, August 30,
          1950.

  Folder 5 - September, 1950-February 4, 1952, numbers 1-40

     1-11:  Sales Conference, New York City, September, 1950.
     12:  Sales Conference, New York City.  Front row 5th - David Reynolds, 6th - I. P.
          Macauley, 9th - Keen Johnson, September, 1950.
     14:  At Stoll Field, Lexington - Left to right - W. F. O'Donnell, Herman Donovan,
          Johnson, November 18, 1950.
     16-29:  Jones Mills Plant ceremonies proof sheet, Hot Springs, Arkansas, July 20,
          1951.
     30-39:  Recording for World Wide Broadcasting Corporation, September, 1951
     40:  Left to right - Robert A. Thornbury, William F. Franket, Dr. Woodford B.
          Troutman, Johnson, Mrs. Alben Barkley, Bill Gladden, Louisville, February
          4, 1952.

  Folder 6 - Spring, 1952, numbers 1-100.

     1-100:  San Patricio Plant dedication, Corpus Christi, Texas, Spring, 1952.

Box 41
  Folder 1 - June 11, 1952-August 30, 1952, numbers 1-100.

     1-2:  Johnson, James A. Smith, Carl Bimson at Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
           meeting, June 11, 1952
     3-100:  Longview, Washington plant enlargement ceremony, August 30, 1952

  Folder 2 - December 22, 1952-October 7, 1954, numbers 1-22

     1-6:  Colored snapshots of Johnson at Reynolds operations in Jamaica, December 22,
           1952.
     8-9:  Reynolds Metals officials visiting Beechcraft Airplane Plant, Wichita, Kansas -
           Left to right - Pat Cox, William W. Beasley, Jr., Johnson, Frank E. Hedrick,
          September 20, 1953
     11-14:  Reynolds Board of Directors - 1st row:  Richard Samuel Reynolds, Jr.,
          Richard Samuel Reynolds, Sr., M. M. Caskie; 2nd row: William G.
          Reynolds, J. Louis Reynolds; 3rd row:  W. S. Watts, unidentified, John A.
          Robertshaw, Walter Rice, Johnson, I. P. Macauley, unidentified, David P 
          Reynolds, July, 1954.
     17-22: Johnson speaking before Iowa Retail Hardware Association meeting, Des
            Moines, October 7, 1954.

  Folder 3 - March 14, 1955, numbers 1-75.

     1-75:  Chicago Sales Executive meeting, March 14, 1955

  Folder 4 - April 26, 1955-July, 1959, numbers 1-35

     1-6:  Johnson speaking to the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, April 26, 1955.
     7-8:  Johnson speaking before the Industrial Marketers of Detroit, May 2, 1955.
     9-19: Johnson and Alben Barkley presenting David F. Reed, President of the
           National Industrial Advertisers Association, honorary Kentucky Colonel,
           Washington, May 11, 1955.
     20-21: Johnson speaking before the United Jewish Appeal, New York City, May 19,
            1955
     24-26: Johnson speaking before the Falls City Chapter of the Quartermaster
            Association, Jeffersonville, Indiana, March 23, 1955.
     27-30: Johnson speaking before the Texas Society of Architects, Corpus Christi,
            November 1, 1956
     33-34:  Johnson speaking before the T. F. Club, Cleveland, Ohio, May 20, 1957.
     35:  Johnson and Hunter Green at Southern Bell Telephone Company dinner, July,
          1959.

  Folder 5 - Unidentified 1950's Photographs, numbers 1-57

     1:  Johnson at banquet table with Thruston B. Morton and Wendell Ford.
     2:  A. 0. Stanley, Johnson, Flem D. Sampson.
     3-8:  Johnson with Earle Clements and others inspecting a plant.
     15:  Johnson with Walter Rice.
     16-18:  Johnson with Arkansas Governor Sid McMath.
     21:  Johnson with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Marshall
     30-31:  Johnson and panel on radio station WGY.
     32:  Signed, 'My best wishes to my good friend Keen Johnson, Homer Ferguson'
     33:  Signed and inscribed, To Governor Keen Johnson, who warmed the hearts and
          sparked the imagination of all of us in the Philippines, Bob Gilbert

  Folder 6 - 1960's, numbers 1-35.

     1-4:  Senatorial Campaign, Spring, 1960.
     5:  Shelton Saufley, Randall Fields, Johnson, January 23, 1962
     6:  Shelton Saufley and Johnson, January 23, 1962.
     7:  Johnson and Governor Combs at Selective Services Headquarters, Frankfort,
          October, 1962.
     8-10: Johnson, Wilson Wyatt and others at Ribbon cutting for 1-75 near Richmond,
           January 16, 1963.
     11:  Ron Wolfe, Joe Creason, Johnson, Robert Martin, May, 1963.
     12:  Thomas MacGregor, George Ross, Bert Combs, Johnson at Eastern
          Commencement, August 1, 1963.
     13:  Eastern's Founder's Day Merit Awards ceremony.  Seated,left to right - Robert
          B. Hensley, Harry Peters, Johnson.  Standing left to right - Cecil Sanders,
          Wendell Butler, H. D. Fitzpatrick, Jr., W. E. Blackburn, March 21, 1965.
     16-19:  Johnson's residence on Burnam Court, Richmond.
     21:  Lennie McLaughlin.
     22:  Clyde Johnson.
     23:  Signed and inscribed, "To my friend Keen Johnson," Frank Dixon
     24-25:  A. B. "Happy" Chandler.
     26-29:  David Reynolds.
     30-31:  Richard Samuel Reynolds, Sr.
     32-33:  J. Louis Reynolds.
     34:  Richard Samuel Reynolds, Jr.
     35:  Admiral Jonas H. Ingram.
     36:  I. P. Macauley.
     37:  Signed and inscribed, " To Governor and Mrs. Keen Johnson," J. Dan Talbott

  Folder 7 - Unidentified Photographs of Relatives, friends, and acquaintances.

Box 42
     Folder 1 - Unidentified Negatives
     Folder 2 - Eunice Lee Nichols (Johnson) Photograph Album, ca. 1915-1916.
     Folder 3 - Eunice Lee Nichols (Johnson) Photograph Album, ca. 1914-1917
     Folder 4 - Eunice Lee Nichols (Johnson) Photograph Albums, ca. 1914-1917
     Folder 5 - Judy Johnson Photograph Album, 1940-1942.

Box 43
     Folder 1 - Reynolds Metals Co. - San Patricio Plant near Corpus Christi, Texas.
     Folder 2 - Reynolds Metals Co. - Listerhill, Alabama Plant.
     Folder 3 - Reynolds Metals Co. - Sheet Metal Mill, McCook, Illinois.
     Folder 4 - Reynolds Metals Co. - Adrian, Michigan Plant.
     Folder 5 - Reynolds Metals Co. - Hurricane Creek, Jones Mill and Phoenix Plants.

Box 44
     Folder 1 - Reynolds Metals Co. - Jamaica Plant operations.

*Publications Series*

Description: The Publication Series consists of eight boxes of printed materials collected by the Johnson family, covering the period from 1910 through the 1960's. Materials include yearbooks from his and Mrs. Johnson's college days, World War I army materials and informational material, articles written by Johnson, Kentucky state government publications during Johnson's governorship, and publications produced under Johnson's direction during his tenure at Reynold's Metals Company.

A subseries includes materials relating to the Governors' Conferences 1939 through 1942; another subseries consists of miscellaneous bound volumes, some inscribed. Two more subseries are composed by miscellaneous programs and of various political materials.

Within a box a particular type of designated material (e.g. "State Governors' Conf.") are arranged chronologically and then by alphabetical order.

Inventory

Box 45
     1.   Blacksmith Shop menu.
     2.   "Indian Love Call," musical score, words by Otto Harbach and Oscar
          Hammerstein, 2nd, music by Rudolf Friml, Harms Incorporated, New York.
     3.   International Press Foundation, First Annual Convention itinerary, Feb
          1-10, 1926, Florida.
     4.   A Tour of Historic Richmond, Whittet and Shepperson, 1938
     5.   Kentucky Oil and Gas Association Annual Meeting Report, Lexington, KY
          June 18, 1938.
     6.   "Kentucky'1 movie press review, Twentieth Century Fox, December 14, 1938.
     7.   The Playbill, The New York Theatre Program Corporation, New York, 1938.
     8.   "Gone With the Wind" theatre program, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1939.
     9.   Kentucky State Fair Horse Show program, September 11-16, 1939.
     10.  White Sulphur Springs and Greenbriar, photographic story of activities
          at the Greenbriar.  Ruralist Press, Inc., Atlanta, Ga., 1939.
     11.  1940 World Series 0fficial Score Book. S. Rosenthal & Co., Inc., Printers,
          Cincinnati, Ohio, 1940.
     12.  Eastern KY State Teachers College, Student Union Building, Vol. XXXII,
          No. 5, Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College, Richmond, Kentucky,
          February, 1941.
     13.  American Legion 23rd Annual Department Convention program, Lexington,
          Kentucky, July 20-23, 1941.
     14.  Kentucky Central Life and Accident Insurance Co., 39th Anniversary
          Convention, September 26-27, 1941, Anchorage, Kentucky.
     15.  Masonic Widows and Orphans' Home and Infirmary of Kentucky, Diamond
          Jubilee program. January 11-15, 1942.
     16. "Lexington Street Scene, 1793," (mural by William Welsh) unveiling program,
          Lexington Room, Kentuckiana Hotel, ca. 1945.
     17.  Sigma Alpha Epsilon Nineteenth Anniversary Founders Day Banquet program,
          Washington, D.C., March 9, 1946.
     18.  The Wedding Dress Parade Health Volunteer program, 1950.
     19.  The Story of the Kentucky Derby by Governor Keen Johnson, personalized
          souvenir booklet, 1940
     20.  The Story of the Kentucky Derby by Mrs. Johnson, personalized souvenir
          booklet, 1940.
     21.  64th Kentucky Derby, C. T. Dearing Printing Co., Inc., Louisville, KY
          1938
     22.  Kentucky Derby, 65th Year, C. T. Dearing Printing Co., Inc., Louisville,
          Kentucky, 1939.
     23.  66th Kentucky Derby, C. T. Dearing Printing Co., Inc., Louisville, KY,
          1940.
     24.  Churchill Downs Sixty-Seventh Kentucky Derby, C. T. Dearing Co., Inc.,
          Louisville, Kentucky, 1941.
     25.  Churchill Downs Sixty-Eighth Kentucky Derby, C. T. Dearing Co., Inc.,
          Louisville, Kentucky, 1942.
     26.  Churchill Downs Seventy-Second Kentucky Derby, C. T. Dearing Co., Inc.,
          Louisville, Kentucky, 1946.
     27.  Ram, Buck and Irving Mills, Kentucky Colonel Song, dedicated to the
          commander-in-chief of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, Governor
          Albert B. Chandler, Mills Music, Inc., New York, N.Y., 1939.
     28.  Style Book Bulletin. Dept. of Journalism, University of Kentucky, Vol. X,
          No. 8, Lexington:  University of Kentucky, August, 1918
     29.  Union College Founders Day, Cornerstone Laying, Dedication and Crowning of
          Miss Union program, May 11, 1943, Barbourville, Kentucky.

Box 46
     1.   Biennial Report for Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 1940 and June 30, 1941:
          Commissioner of Finance.  Division of Accounts and Control.
     2.   Constitution Revision Assembly. Proposed Revision of the Constitution of
          Kentucky.Legislative Research Commission Informational Bulletin, No. 46,
          December 31, 1965.
     3.  Kentucky General Assembly, Proposed Revision of the Constitution of the
          Commonwealth of Kentuck'r. Legislative Research Commission intormational
          Bulletin, No.48, March 1, 1966
     4.   Constitution Revision Assembly, Summary of the Changes Proposed in the
          Constitution of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Legislative Research
          Commission Informational Bulletin, No. 47, 1966.
     4a.  Who's Who in the Kentucky General Assembly, 1940, 1942, 1944.
     4b.  The Democratic Women's Journal, Louisville, Vol. VII. No. 17, October 1935
     5.   Department of Finance. Division of Accounts and Control.  Annual Report: 
          Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1943. August 18, 1943
     6.   Department of Finance. Division of Accounts and Control.  Report of
          Expenditures, All Funds for the Fiscal Year to Date, April 30, 1942
     7.   Department of Finance.  Governor - Repairs and Capital Outlay Specific
          Appropriations.  Financial Statement Account 260  For Fiscal Years 1942-43
          and 1943-44 to September 30, 1943.
     8.   Department of Finance. Division of Accounts and Control. Report of Receipts. 
          All Funds for Fiscal Year to Date October 31, 1941. November 7, 1941.
     9.   Department of Highways.  Audit Report for the Period April 1, 1938 to March
          31, 1939.  February 15, 1940
     10.  Department of Revenue. Twenty-Fifth Annual Report. 1943
     11.  The Executive Budget for Biennium 1940-1942.  January 2, 1940.
     12.  The Executive Budget for Biennium 1942-1944.  January 6, 1942.
     13.  State Highway Patrol Bulletin, Vol. I, No. 3, March 1939.

Box 47
     1. In Kentucky. Vol. I, No. 1, (Spring, 1937) Frankfort:  Commonwealth of
          Kentucky. Inscribed by "Duck" (G. M.) Pedley.
     2.   Hall, W. Scott.  KY Manufacturing.  Special Report No. 4, December 29,
          1941.
     3.   Kentucky Government 1939-1943, December, 1943
     4.   Report of Public Service Commission on TN Valley Authority Operations. 
          November 22, 1941.
     5.   Record of Conferences in Tennessee Valley Area.  September 29, 1941.
     6.   Unemployment Compensation Commission.  An Inventory of Kentucky's
          Capacity for National Defense Production.  December 8, 1941
     7.   Kentucku Manufacturing.  An Initial Report. (undated, ca. 1941).
     8.   Report of State Local Finance Officer for Year Ending June 30, 1941.
          October 18, 1941
     9.   Drake, (Mrs.) William Preston, Judge Samuel M. Wilson, and Mrs.
          William Breckenridge Ardery.  Kentucky in Retrospect: Kentucky History
          1792-1942.   Sesquicentennial Commission:    Commonwealth of Kentucky,
          1942.
     10.  How He (A.B. Chandler) Did It, 1938
     11.  Kentucky Democratic Campaign Handbook, 1943.
     12.  Democratic National Committee, Seven Years of the Progress under Roosevelt,
          1938.

Box 48
     1.   The Ditedom. Vol. I, Fayette, Missouri:  Jr Class of 1914, Howard Payne
          College, 1914
     2.   The Ditedom, yearbook, Fayette, Missouri:  Howard Payne College, 1917.
     3.   Senior Class of the Fayette High School (ed.).  Fayette High School Climax 
          1912.
     4.   The Diary of the Dites, Fayette, Missouri: Jr Class of 1913, Howard Payne
          College, 1913
     5.   The Ragout:  Year Book of Central College. Fayette, Missouri: Junior Class,
          1915.
     6.   The Ragout:  A Year Book of Central College. Fayette, Missouri: 1916.
     7.   Johnson, Keen.  The Greater Manumission. (Privately published) Central
          College, Fayette, Missouri: 1916.
     8.   Johnson, Keen   The Spirit of the Age. (Privately published?) (Ridgeway
          Publishing Company, Fayette, Missouri), Central College, 1915.
     9.   The News Letter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.  Lexington, Kentucky: University of
          Kentucky, September, 1939.  Dedicated to Keen Johnson
     10.  Pupils of 8A and 8B Grades, Training School, Omaha, Nebraska Fit for the
          Governor. (privately published cookbook) (ear1y 1940's.)
     11.  Southern City. Vol. VII, No. 4 (April 1943), Raleigh, NC  Southern
          Municipal News Publishing Co. Cover story on Keen Johnson.
     11a. How to write Advertisements That Sell, New York: A.W. Shaw Company,
          1912.
     12.  Public Relations Journal. Vol VIII, No. 8 (August 1952). New York:  Public
          Relations Society of America.
     13.  "Second Session, Monday Evening, September 29, 1941," Kentucky Medical
          Journal (November, 1941) pgs 441-450. Fragment torn from magazine,
          complete citation missing.)
     14.  Daughters of the American Revolution - Boonesborough Chapter. Year Book. 
          1944-1947.
     15.  Section President's or Director's Book. Philadelphia, Pa.: The Needlework
          Guild of America.  Mrs. Johnson is listed as Richmond, Ky. director.
     16.  Richmond Woman's Club. The Year Book. 1950-1951.
     17.  Richmond Woman's Club. The Year Book. 1951-1952.
     18.  Metropolitan Club.  Constitution and By-Laws, Washington, D.C., January,
          1964. Also separate cover - Committees, Membership, Governors and
          Officers, March 1964.
     19.  Memorandum book belonging to Mrs. Keen Johnson, N.D.
     20.  Address book belonging to Mrs. Keen Johnson, 1947.

Box 49
     1.   United States Foil Company Annual Renort, December 31, 1945.
     2.   Reynolds Metals Company Common Stock Prospectus, April 2, 1957.
     3.   Reynolds Metals Company Stockholders Report, July 21, 1958.
     4.   Reynolds Metals Company Registration Statement, March 12, 1957
     5.   The Aluminum Industr" and Reynolds Metals Comnany broker's analysis of
          Reynolds, July 1958.
     6.   Reynolds Metals Company Second Preferred Stock, 4 1/2% Convertible Series
          Prospectus, February 10, 1959.
     7.   Diversification Fund, Inc., Shares of Common Stock Prospectus, February 23,
          1961
     8.   Reynolds Metals Company, Notice of Special Meeting of Holders of Common,
          Preferred and Second Preferred Stocks, June 23, 1961.
     9.   Reynolds Report to Securities and Exchange Commission, January 11, 1956
     10.  Amendment No. 1 to Reynolds Report to Securities and Exchange Commission,
          January 13, 1956
     11.  Reynolds Report to Securities and Exchange Commission, January 12, 1959
     12.  Reynolds Metals Company, Annual Report, 1944.
     13.  Reynolds Metals Company, Annual Report, 1945.
     14.  Reynolds Metals Company, Annual Report, 1949.
     15.  Reynolds Metals Company, Annual Report, 1950.
     16.  United States Foil Company, Annual Report, 1950
     17.  Reynolds Metals Company, Annual Report, 1951.
     18.  United States Foil Company, Annual Renort, 1951.
     19.  Reynolds Metals Company, Twenty-Seventh Annual Report, 1954
     20.  United States Foil Company, Thirty-fifth Annual Renort, 1954.
     21.  Reynolds Metals Company, 33rd Annual Report, 1954
     22.  Reynolds Review, November, 1943
     23.  Reynolds Review, September, 1946
     24.  Reynolds Review. October, 1946.
     25.  Reynolds Review, March, 1947, Keen Johnson cover story.
     26.  Reynolds Review, September, 1947.
     27.  Reynolds Review, December, 1947
     28.  Reynolds Review, March, 1949
     29.  Reynolds Review, July, 1949
     30.  Reynolds Review, Summer, 1950
     31.  Reynolds Review, Spring, 1952
     32.  Reynolds Review, Summer, 1952
     33.  Reynolds Review, Fall, 1952
     34.  Reynolds Review, Winter, 1953
     35.  Reynolds Review, July, August, 1955
     36   Reynolds Review, October, 1960
     37.  Diehl, Edwin and and Pope, Vernon. "Aladdin of Alminum," The Kiwannis
          Magazine, May 1944, pp. 20-21
     38.  The Kiwannis Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 5, May 1944.
     39.  Revuolds Aluminator, Vol. 2, No. 26, May 9, 1945.
     40.  Reynolds Aluminator, Vol. 2, No. 27, May 13, 1945.
     41.  Reynolds Reporter, Vol. 3, No. 9, September, 1946.
     42.  The ABC's of Aluminum. From Raw Material to Annlication Reynolds Metals
          Company, Technical Editorial Service, 1950.
     43.  Aluminum Progress, No. 43, Louisville:  Reynolds Metals Company, 1952.
     44.  Reynolds Aluminum and the Company that Makes It, Louisville: Reynolds
          Metals Company, 1952.
     45.  Scheller, Ernest. "Reclaiming of Scrap" Oct 16, 1940. Ziegler, Paul P., 
     46.  Ziegler, Paul."A Brief Discourse on the Properties of Alloys" Aug, 1940
     47.  Ziegler, Paul. "Aluminum Remelting and Casting," August 22, 1940.

Box 50
     1. Proceedings of the Governors' Conference, 1939. Thirty-first Annual Meeting,
          June 26-29, 1939, Albany, New York: New York City, New York. 
          Kingsport, Tennessee: Governors' Conference 
     2.   Proceedings of Governors' Conference, 1940. Thirty-second Annual Meeting,
          June 2-5, 1940. Duluth, Minnesota. Kingsport, Tennessee:  Governors'
          Conference.
     3.   Proceedings of Governors' Conference, 1941. Thirty-third Annual Meeting at
          Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 29-30, July 1-2, 1941. Kingsport,
          Tennessee: Governors' Conference 
     4.   Proceedings of Governors' Conference, 1942. Thirty-fourth Annual Meeting
          at Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina, June 21-24, 1942. Kingsport,
          Tennessee: Governors' Conference.
     5.   Thirty-Fourth Governors? Conference, June 21-24, 1942. Grove Parks Inn,
          Asheville, North Carolina.
     6.   Governors of American States and Territories, 1940: Biographical Sketches
          and Portraits.  Prepared for the Thirty-second Annual Meeting of the
          Governors  Conference, Duluth, Minnesota, June 2-5, 1940.  Keen Johnson's
          name embossed on front cover.
     7.   Governors of American States and Territories, 1942: Biographical Sketches
          and Portraits.  Prepared for the Thirty-fourth Annual Meeting of the
          Governors  Conference, Ashville, North Carolina, June 21-24, 1942.  Keen
          Johnson's name embossed on front cover.
     8.   State Government.  Vol. XIV, No. 6 (June, 1941) Chicago: Council of State
          Governments.
     9.   State Government.  Vol. XIV, Index 1941. Chicago: Council of State
          Governments.
     10.  State Government.  Vol. XV, No. 2 (February 1942) Chicago: Louncil of State
          Governments.

Box 51
     1.  [United States] Congress.  AThen William Barklev. Late a Senator from
          Kentucky. Washington:  United States Government Printing Office, 1956.
     2.   Ellis, James Tandy.  Tang of the South Stories, Vol. II, Second Series. 
          Lexington:  Hurst and Byers Printing Co., 1925.  Handwritten inscription,
          "To Governor Keen Johnson with every good wish from the author, James
          Tandy Ellis."
     3.   Hall, S. Roland.  The Advertising Handbook.  New York: McGraw-Hill Book
          Company, Inc., 1921 (First edition).
     4.   Hall, S. Roland.  Writing an Advertisement.  Chicago: Houghton Mifflin
          Company (under imprint of Riverside Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts),
          1915.
     5.   Keith, Charles A.  Fast Balls and College Hall.  Washington, D.C.: Vantage
          Press, 1959.
     6.   Noe, J. T. Cotton.  In Kentucky. University of KY, Lexington:  Kentucky
          Kernel Press, 1940.  Handnumbered 61.
     7.   Smith, A. Merriman.  Tbank '7ou. Mr. President.  New York: Harper and
          Brothers Publishers, 1946   Inscribed, "Daddy, with love from Judy, January
          1947."

Box 52
     1.   Manual of the Chief of Platoon of Infantry, August 25, 1917.
     2.   Roster, 1st Company, 14th Provisional Training Regiment, Reserve Officers
          Training Camp, Fort Riley, Kansas, May 15 to August 15, 1917.
     3.   Le Pantheon de 1a Guerre. 1918.
     4.   Instructions on Detensive Action of Large Units in Battle, Confidential No.
          265. March 1918
     5.   Souvenir of Fort Riley, picture book, 1917.
     5a.  Stewart, M.B., Handbook for Noncommissioned Officers of Infantry, Kansas
          City, 1916.
     6.   Headquarters American Expeditionary Forces, General Orders No. 79, December
          20, 1917.
     7.   The Democratic Woman's Journal, Vol. VIII, No. 4, December 1939.
     8.   Democratic Campaign Handbook, 1943.
     9.   Program of visit of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to Fort Knox, Kentucky,
          April 28, 1943, autographed.
     10.  Democratic Manual for the Democratic National Convention, 1948.
     11.  The Democratic Woman's Journal, Vol. X~, No. 16, December 1944.
     12.  Jackson Day Dinner program, January 22, 1944
     13.  Kingdon, Frank.  That Man in the White House:  You and Your President.  New
          York:  Arco Publishing Company, 1944.
     14.  "Report of R. E. Keown, Former State Inspector and Examiner," pamphlet,
          1932.
     15.  Jackson Day Dinner of Kentucky program, March 23, 1946.
     16.  Eighteenth-Annual Banquet of the Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of
          Washington, D.C. program, March 16, 1946.
     17.  The Democratic Woman's Journal, Vol XVI, No. 22, June 1946.
     18.  Jefferson Day Dinner program, 1947
     19.  Newsweek, Vol. XXXII, No. 20, Dayton:  Weekly Publications, Inc., November
          8, 1948.
     20.  Jefferson-Jackson Victory Dinner program, 1949
     21.  Democratic National Committee Dinner program, 1949.

*Speech Series*


Description: The Speech Series contains addresses delivered by Keen Johnson between 1925 and 1964. They are arranged chronologically and identified by subject and location when possible. On occasion there are newspaper clippings and other information accompanying some speeches. The majority of the speeches are between 1939 and 1960 when Keen Johnson served as Governor of Kentucky, worked for Reynolds Metals Company, and was a candidate for U.S. Senator.

Inventory

Box 53
     1920s - Duty & Responsibility of Country Newspaper Editor - 
             Before KY Press Association
     1920s - Welcome members to the Kentucky Press Association Convention - 
             Bowling Green, Kentucky
     May 2,  1925 - ADDRESS TO GRADUATE CLASS AT EASTERN STATE
             TEACHERS COLLEGE - Richmond, Ky.
     June 2, 1927 - ADDRESS TO GRADUATING CLASS AT EASTERN STATE
             TEACHERS COLLEGE - Richmond, Ky.
     May 10, 1928 - CHAPEL TALK AT MADISON HIGH SCHOOL - Richmond, Ky.
     Jan 15, 1929 - THE INDUSTRIAL FUTURE OF KENTUCKY.
     Nov 11, 1929 - ARMISTICE DAY SPEECH AT EASTERN - Richmond, Ky.
     1930s - SPEECH BY A. 0. STANLEY ON KENTUCKY CULTURE TO THE
             MADISON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Richmond, Ky.
     1935-39 - SPEECH TO SALESMEN ON THE "FAR-VISIONED PROGRAM" OF
             GOVERNOR CHANDLER.
     1935-39 - RADIO SPEECH ABOUT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR.
     1930    - TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Danville, Ky
     April 14, 1930 - THOMAS JEFFERSON DAY - Lexington, Ky.
     June 14, 1930 - FLAG DAY (CEREMONIES OF B.P.O.C.) - Richmond, Ky.
     Oct. 3, 1930 - KENTUCKY FIRE UNDERWRITERS ASSOCIATION - Lexington,Ky
     May 25, 1931 - GET ACQUAINTED DAY SPEECH ON OPPORTUNITY (AT
             EASTERN CHAPEL) - Richmond, Ky.
     Nov. 11, 1931 - ARMISTICE DAY DEDICATION OF BOONESBORO BRIDGE
             Boonesboro, Ky.
     Sept. 1, 1932 - THE DEPRESSION I MCKEE ROTARY CLUB MEETING McKee, Ky.
     ca.  1933 - ATTITUDE OF THE PRESS TOWARD PUBLIC EDUCATION -
             Richmond, Ky.
     Jan. 6, 1933 - SPORTSMANSHIP / EASTERN FOOTBALL BANQUET -
             Richmond, Ky.
     Jan. 26, 1933 - U.K. GRADUATION DINNER / SPEECH AS TOASTMASTER
             Lexington, Ky.
     July 14, 1933 - TOASTMASTER AT TESTIMONIAL DINNER FOR SENATOR
             SELDON R. GLENN - Frankfort, Ky.
     June 8, 1934 - OUTLOOK OF EDUCATION IN MADISON COUNTY - Richmond,
             Ky.
     Aug. 22, 1934 - DOG, HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE / COUNTY CLERK'S
             CONVENTION - Lexington, Ky
     Oct. 12, 1934 - SOCIAL WORK / KENTUCKY CONFERNCE OF SOCIAL WORK 
             - Berea, Ky.
     Nov. 7, 1934 - IN HONOR OF DESHA BRECKINRIDGE / THOROUGHBRED
             CLUB OF AMERICA - Lexington, Ky.
     1935 -  CAMPAIGN PRECEDING PRIMARY ELECTION FOR LT. GOVERNOR.
     1935 -  CAMPAIGN AFTER PRIMARY ELECTION FOR LT. GOVERNOR -
             Somerset, Ky.
     Jan. 18, 1935 - GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRIES CODE - Louisville, Ky.
     July 4, 1935 - INDEPENDENCE DAY SPEECH AT PRINCETON AMERICAN
             LEGION PICNIC - Princeton, Ky.
     Nov. 2, 1935 - ELECTION OF GOVERNOR - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 26,  Ca. 1935 - TESTIMONIAL DINNER TO JUDGE BENTON Winchester, Ky.
     Dec. 6, 1935 - ADDRESS DELIVERED BY LT. GOVERNOR JOHNSON AT
             CHAPEL Bowling Green, Ky.
     Dec. 14, 1935 -  TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN LEGION COMMANDER RAY
             MURPHY Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 19, 1935 - SPEECH BEFORE COUNTY JUDGES ASSOCIATION Louisville, Ky.
     Sept 12, Ca.  1936 - REMARKS AS TOASTMASTER AT WELCOME DINNER
             FOR HIGHWAY ENGINEER TOM. H. CUTLER - Louisville, Ky.
     Ca.  1936 - THE NEW DEAL.
     ca.  1936 - THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUTH I GIVEN AT U.K. - Lexington, Ky.
     Ca.  1936 - PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION.
     Jan. 1936 - ANDREW JACKSON DAY SPEECH - Lexington, Ky.
     Jan. 1936 - HIGHWAY CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION.
     April 10, 1936 - STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS BANQUET - Corbin, Ky.
     June, 1936 - OBSERVANCE OF FLAG DAY - Frankfort, Ky.
     July 4, 1936 - CELEBRATION OF OPENING OF HIGHWAY - Collins Forest near
            Eddyville, Ky.
     July 6, 1936 - LAWS / EASTERN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE -  Richmond, Ky.
     Aug. 19, 1936 - GRADUATION OF CLASS AT U.K. ( SUMMERSCHOOL) -
            Lexington, Ky.
     Sept 1936 - REGISTRATION TO VOTE.
     Oct. 17, 1936 - DEDICATION OF HANGER STADIUM  - Richmond, Ky.
     Oct. 22, 1936 - THOROUGHBRED CLUB DINNER FOR SENATOR CAMDEN - Lexington, Ky.
     Oct. 23, 1936 - DEDICATION OF VALLEY STATION HIGH SCHOOL - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 11, 1936 - ARMISTICE DAY SPEECH - Bowling Green, Ky.
     April, 15, 1936 - SPEECH TO KEA - Louisville, Ky.
     June 10, 1937 - CAMPAIGN FOR DEMOCRATS - Louisville, Ky 
     Ca. 1937 - MISSOURI HISTORY BY MRS. KEEN JOHNSON - Mo.
     Ca. 1937 - APPRAISAL OF THE KENTUCKY SCHOOL SYSTEMS - Richmond, Ky.
     Ca.  1937 - GEORGETOWN COLLEGE - Georgetown, Ky
     May 1937 - WISH FOR LUCK FOR KENTUCKY COLONELS AT KENTUCKY DERBY - 
             Louisville, Ky.

Box 54
     March 15, 1937 - COMMEMORATION OF FOUNDING OF SAE FRATERNITY, Ohio.
     April 1937 - COLLEGE JOURNALISM / KENTUCKY INTERCOLLEGIATE
          PRESS ASSOCIATION AT CENTRE - Danvil1e, Ky.
     April 1, 1937 - FLOOD CONTROL / NEWPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
          Alexandria, Ky.
     April 13, 1937 - JEFFERSON DAY - Frankfort and Lexington, Ky.
     May 12, 1937 and Dec. 7, 1935 - TALK AT CHAPEL (EASTERN, WESTERN)
          Richmond and Bowling Green, Ky
     July 4, 1937 - FOURTH OF JULY SPEECH - Harlan, Ky.
     Nov. 11, 1937 - ARMISTICE DAY SPEECH - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     Nov. 12, 1937 - PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM / NORTHERN KENTUCKY
          EDUCATION ASSOCIATION - Covington, Ky
     Dec. 5, 1937 - ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICE SPEECH - Owensboro, Ky
     1938 - FINANCING THE STATE GOVERNMENT.
     May 1938 - CONTRIBUTION OF TEACHERS COLLEGE TO DEMOCRACY; Richmond, Ky.
     July 6, 1938 - ELECTION OF SENATOR - Louisville, Ky
     Oct. 1938 - RADIO DISCUSSION "SCHOOL OF THE AIR."
     ca   1939 - SPEECH TO U.K. FRATERNITY - Lexington, Ky.
     ca.  1939 - HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT CONCERNING DISCOURAGEMENT
     1939 - ANDREW JACKSON DAY DINNER.
     Jan. 5, 1939 - TRIBUTE TO ANDREW JACKSON - Paducah, Ky
     May 16, 1939 - ANNOUNCEMENT OF CANDIDACY FOR GOVERNOR - Richmond, Ky.
     May 30, 1939 - MEMORIAL DAY ADDRESS (NOTES) / DAY DEDICATED TO MEMORIES.
     June or July 1939 - PRIMARY / NOTES ON RECORD OF JOHN Y. BROWN
          HELP FOR OLD PEOPLE
     ca.  June, 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
     June - August, 1939 - SCHEDULE OF SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS.
     June 4, 1939 - UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY ANNUAL
          MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR CONFEDERATE DEAD (NOTES)
     June 24, 1939 - ELECTION SPEECH FOR GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY
          Shelbyville, Ky
     June 30, 1939 - SPEECH BY JOHN Y. BROWN IS QUOTED AND CRITICIZED
          Paintsville, Ky
     July, 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY - Lancaster and
          Liberty, Ky.
     ca.  July, 1939 - NOTES ON CAMPAIGN SPEECH FOR GUBERNATORIAL
          DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY.
     ca.  July, 1939 - PARTIAL SPEECH FOR DEMOCRATIC GUBERNATORIAL
          PRIMARY - Louisville, Ky
     Ca.  July, 1939 - SPEECH FOR ELECTION IN GUBERNATORIAL
          DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY - Bowling Green, Ky.
     ca.  July, 1939 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH FOR GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY -
          Murray, Ky
     ca.  July, 1939 - PARTIAL SPEECH FOR GUBERNATORIAL DEMOCRATIC
          PRIMARY - Hopkinsville, Ky.
     July 2, 1939 - GOVERNOR'S RACE / NEWS RELEASE.
     July 4, 1939 - PARTIAL SPEECH FOR FOURTH OF JULY - Paducah, Ky
     July 8, 1939 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH FOR GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY -
          Williamstown, Ky.
     July 15, 1939 - KENTUCKY FREE BRIDGE ASSOCIATION - Paducah, Ky.
     Late July,1939 - GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY.
     Late July, 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY - Hardinsburg, Ky
     Between July 27 and Aug. 5, 1939 - BEFORE PRIMARY.
     ca.  Aug. - Oct. 1939 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH NOTES.

Box 55
     Aug. 1939 - BY C. C. GRASSHAM IN BEHALF OF KEEN JOHNSON - Paducah, Ky
     Aug. 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY - Somerset, Ky.
     Aug. 2, 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY - Louisville, Ky.
     Aug. 4, 1939 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH FOR GOVERNOR - Richmond, Ky.
     Aug. 5, 1939 - ELECTION IN PRIMARY FOR GOVERNOR - Richmond, Ky.
     ca.  Sept., 1939 - NOTES ON CAMPAIGN SPEECH AFTER ELECTION IN
          GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY.
     ca.  Oct., 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL RACE.
     ca.  Oct., 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION - Louisville, Ky
     Oct. 7, 1939 - SPEECH OPENING CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR - Mt. Sterling, Ky
     Oct. 9, 1939 - ON APPOINTING A. B. CHANDLER, U.S. SENATOR - Frankfort, Ky
     Oct. 21, 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL RACE - Danville, Ky
     Oct. 28, 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL SPEECH - Hardinsburg, Ky.
     ca.  Nov., 1939 - THE TRUE STORY OF A GREAT AMERICAN / GUBERNATORIAL RACE.
     Nov. 2, 1939 - GUBERNATORIAL RACE - Paducah, Ky.
     Nov. 6, 1939 - CLOSING OF GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGN.
     Dec. 12, 1939 - INAUGURAL ADDRESS - Frankfort, Ky
     Dec. 14, 1939 - ASKS LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR BUDGET CUT TO $24,500,000 - 
           Frankfort, Ky.
     Dec. 18, 1939 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:  AID TO ZONING COMMISSION
          IN EFFORT TO BEAUTIFY FRANKFORT - Frankfort, Ky
     ca.  1940 - NOTES ON CONGRATULATIONS TO HENDERSON BOARD OF TRADE - 
          Henderson, Ky.
     Jan  2, 1940 - MESSAGE TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF KENTUCKY.
     Jan. 5, 1940 - STATEMENT BEFORE TEXTBOOK COMMISSION - Frankfort, Ky.
     Feb. 1, 1940 - ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ASSESSMENT BILL - Frankfort, Ky.
     Feb. 20, 1940 - "AMERICANISM" GIVEN TO ELKS CLUB - Frankfort, Ky.
     March 13, 1940 - VETO OF BILL TO LEGALIZE SALES OF LIQUOR - Frankfort, Ky.
     March 21, 1940 - EASTERN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE FOUNDER' S DAY
          Richmond, Ky.
     April 19, 1940 - KENTUCKY EDUCATION ASSOCIATION - Louisville, Ky
     May 3, 1940 - STEVEN FOSTER DAY - Bardstown, Ky.
     May 4, 1940 - KENTUCKY DERBY, 66TH YEAR - Louisville, Ky.
     May 26, 1940 - CONTRIBUTION OF EASTERN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
          TO DEMOCRACY - Richmond, Ky.
     June 21, 1940 - DEDICATION OF BRIDGE ACROSS GREEN RIVER -
          Munfordville, Ky.
     June 29, 1940 - NEED TO SELECT DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES TO THE
          NATIONAL CONVENTION IN CHICAGO - Louisville, Ky
     July 2, 1940 - KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
          Louisville, Ky.
     July 4, 1940 - STEPHEN FOSTER IS ISSUED A POSTHUMOUS COMMISSION
          AS A KENTUCKY COLONEL - Bardstown, Ky.
     July 26, 1940   DEDICATION OF BRIDGE ACROSS KENTUCKY RIVER Irvine, Ky.
     Sept.. 6, 1940 - KENTUCKY METHODIST CHURCH CONFERENCE - Wilmore, Ky
     Sept. 22, 1940 - 130TH ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDING FIRST SUNDAY
          SCHOOL IN FRANKFORT AT LIBERTY HALL - Frankfort, Ky.
     Oct. 10, 1940 - THOROUGHBRED CLUB OF AMERICA - Lexington, Ky.
     Nov. 1, 1940 - ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF TOBACCO INGREDIENTS
          - Sheibyville, Ky.
     Nov. 11, 1940 - CYNTHIANA AIRPORT DEDICATION - Cynthiana, Ky.
     Nov. 12, 1940 - SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky

Box 56
     Jan. 8, 1941 - TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE CONVOCATION - Lexington, Ky.
     March 5, 1941 - U.S. 25 TO BE REBUILT - Frankfort, Ky.
     March 12, 1941 - AMERICAN ROLLING MILL COMPANY EXPANSION IN ASHLAND - 
          Ashland, Ky.
     March 29, 1941 - JACKSON DAY DINNER ADDRESS - Louisville, Ky.
     April 3, 1941 - ADDRESS TO KENTUCKY STATE BAR ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky
     April 10, 1941 -TOBACCO DAY SPEECH - Hopkinsville, Ky.
     April 16, 1941 - KENTUCKY EDUCATION ASSOC. 70TH ANNUAL CONVENTION - 
           Louisville, Ky.
     May 22, 1941 - COMMENCEMENT SPEECH AT BOWLING GREEN HIGH SCHOOL
          Bowling Green, Ky.
     June 4, 1941 - COMMENCEMENT SPEECH ABOUT HISTORY OF EDUCATION - Richmond, Ky.
     June 12, 1941 - 4-H CHAPEL JUNIOR MEETING - Lexington, Ky.
     July 4, 1941 - TRIBUTE TO STEPHEN COLLINS FOSTER - Bardstown, Ky
     July 4, 1941 - FOURTH OF JULY SPEECH.
     July 4, 1941 - REDEDICATION TO AMERICANISM - Lexington, Ky
     July 31, 1941 - DEDICATION OF LEXINGTON AIRPORT SITE - Lexington, Ky.
     Aug. 5,  1941 - ASHLAND TO COAL GROVE BRIDGE FREED - Ashland, Ky.
     Aug. 6, 1941 - OLD AGE ASSISTANCE.
     Aug. 21, 1941 - YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUBS OF AMERICA: 5TH BIENNIAL CONVENTION
          Louisville, Ky.
     Sept  17, 1941 - MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF LAST TWO DEMOCRATIC
          ADMINISTRATIONS DELIVERED BEFORE MOSE GREEN CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 18, 1941 - ADDRESS TO LEAGUE OF WOMEN OF THE SIXTH DISTRICT
          - Harrodsburg, Ky.
     Sept. 18, 1941 - INDIANA DEMOCRATIC EDITORS ASSOC. (NOTES) - French Lick, Ind.
     Sept. 30, 1941 - ADDRESS BEFORE THE KENTUCKY MEDICAL ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 17, 1941 - NOTES ON DEDICATION OF ADDITION TO WESTERN STATE PENITENTIARY  
          Eddyville, Ky.
     Oct. 27, 1941 - WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF THE AMERICAN LEGION ON NAVY DAY - 
          Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 31, 1941 - CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ON SCHOOL FUND.
     Nov 6, 1941 - JUSTICE BRANDEIS:  MEMORIAL SERVICE - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 11, 1941 - FREEING OF TOLL FOR NEWPORT L & N BRIDGE - Newport, Ky.
     1942 - GOVERNOR ANSWERS QUESTION "WHAT ARE WE FIGHTING FOR?" Alexandria, Ky
     1942 - APPRAISAL OF LEGAL PROFESSION - Frankfort, Ky.
     ca.   July 4,1942 -  FOURTH OF JULY SPEECH
     Jan. 1, 1942 - NEW YEAR'S DAY - A DAY OF PRAYER - Frankfort, Ky
     Jan. 6, 1942 - STATE OF THE COMMONWEALTH ADDRESS - Frankfort, Ky
     Feb. 11, 1942 - TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY BILL - Frankfort, Ky.
     March 10, 1942 - LEGISLATIVE REDISTRICTING - Frankfort, Ky.
     March 30, 1942 - LEGISLATIVE REDISTRICTING SPECIAL SESSION OF LEGISLATURE - 
          Frankfort, Ky
     April 15, 1942 - SPEECH TO KENTUCKY EDUCATION ASSOC. ON ADVANCEMENT OF 
          PUBLIC EDUCATION - Louisville, Ky.
     April 20, 1942 - COMMENCE~NT OF 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF STATEHOOD AT DEDICATION
          OF WEISIGER STATE PARK - Danville, Ky.

Box 57
     April 28, 1942 - ADDRESS TO MURRAY SCHOLARS - Murray, Ky
     May 2, 1942 - PARTIAL SPEECH OF PRESENTATION OF DERBY CUP Louisville, Ky
     May 6, 1942 - INAUGURATION OF DONOVAN AS PRESIDENT OF U.K. - Lexington, Ky.
     May 9, 1942 - DEDICATION OF NEW DUPONT LODGE AT CUMBERLAND FALLS STATE PARK - 
           Corbin, Ky.
     May 22, 1942 - MADISONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT - Madisonville, Ky.
     May 23, 1942 - TRIBUTE TO REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY - Louisville, Ky.
     May 26, 1942 - NOTES ON PROBATION AND PAROLE SPEECH - Louisville,
          Ky.
     May 29, 1942 - DEDICATION OF JOHN POLIN ARMORY.
     May 29, 1942 - AVON SIGNAL CORPS DEPOT - Lexington, Ky
     June 5, 1942 - FIVE MINUTE SPEECH FOR GOVERNOR JOHNSON/WAR BONDS - 
          Louisville, Ky.
     June 14, 1942 - FLAG DAY - Murray, Ky.
     June 16, 1942 - OBSERVANCE OF THE 168TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF 
          HARRODSBURG - Harrodsburg, Ky
     July, 1942 - THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE STATE AND REASONS FOR 
          RE-ELECTING SENATOR CHANDLER
     July 29, 1942 - CAMPAIGN TO RE-ELECT SENATOR A. B. CHANDLER - Louisville, Ky.
     Aug. 19, 1942 - 160TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF BLUE LICKS - Carlisle, Ky.
     Aug. 21, 1942 - INDUCTION OF MOREHEAD STATE TEACHERS INTO U.S. NAVY
          Morehead, Ky.
     Aug. 24, 1942 - AMERICAN ROLLING MILL COMPANY:  BLAST FURNACE - Ashland, Ky
     ca. Sept. 1942 - SUPPORT OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY IN UPCOMING ELECTIONS.
     Sept., 1942 - THE SCHOOLS AND WAR EFFORT - Frankfort, Ky.
     Sept. 6, 1942 - SPEECH AT ALEXANDRIA FAIR - Alexandria, Ky.
     Sept. 15, 1942 - TWELFTH ARMORED DIVISION ACTIVATED - Hopkinsville, Ky.
     Sept. 18, 1942 - SPEECH AT LOUISVILLE SESQUICENTENNIAL DINNER -
          Louisville, Ky
     Sept. 25, 1942 - IN HONOR OF CAPT. GEORGE KISER - Somerset, Ky.
     Sept. 30, 1942 - DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC MEET (NOTES) - Danville, Ky.
     Oct. 2, 1942 - SCRAP METAL DRIVE - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 3, 1942 - ARMORED FORCE SCHOOL GRADUATION - Ft. Knox, Ky.
     Oct. 11, 1942 - INDUCTION OF 200 VOLUNTEER KENTUCKIANS INTO THE
          U.S. NAVY/NAVY RECRUITING DAY - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 13, 1942 - ADDRESS TO STATE WORKERS - Frankfort, Ky.
     Oct. 15, 1942 - 370TH COMBAT TEAM ACTIVATED - Henderson, Ky.
     Oct. 24, 1942 - DEMOCRATS OPEN FALL CAMPAIGN - RIchmond, Ky.
     Oct. 29, 1942 - SOLEMN DUTIES OF WOMEN AS CITIZENS BEFORE DEMOCRATIC
          WOMAN'S CLUB - Owensboro, Ky
     Nov. 8, 1942 - DEDICATION OF AIRPORT - Paducah, Ky.
     Nov. 24, 1942 - NOTES FOR EASTERN KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE GRID
          DINNER - Richmond, KY
     Dec. 4, 1942 - GRADUATION SPEECH AT AVON SIGNAL SUPPLY SCHOOL - Lexington, Ky.
     Dec. 11, 1942 - BRIEF TRIBUTE TO THE STARS AND STRIPES - Frankfort, Ky.
     Dec. 18, 1942 - AWARDING COMMISSION "M" TO TUBE TURNS PLANT - Louisville, Ky
     Dec. 27, 1942 - OFFICIAL CLOSING OF THE OBSERVANCE OF SESQUICENTENNIAL 
          YEAR - Louisville, Ky.
     1943 - NOTES ON COAL MINERS STRIKING SPEECH.

Box 58
     1943 - THE DIVIDENDS OF HEALTH - Henderson, Ky.
     Jan. 19, 1943 - THE STATE'S FINANCIAL SITUATION - Lexington, Ky.
     Jan. 30, 1943 - NOTES USED AT LEGION CHILD WELFARE CONFERENCE - Louisville, Ky
     Feb. 13, 1943 - WAR BONDS - Mayfieald, Ky
     March 3, 1943 - SAVE TIN, GREASE AND HOSIERY - Frankfort, Ky
     March 12, 1943 - STUDENTS TO LEAVE FOR ARMY CAMP - Lexington, Ky.
     March 26, 1943 - AWARD TO STOKES INDUSTRIES - Covington, Ky.
     April 13, 1943 - NOTES ON JEFFERSON DAY SPEECH - Ashland, Ky.
     April 15, 1943 - ARMY-NAVY "E" AWARD TO KELLY-KOETT MANUFACTURING COMPANY - 
         Louisville, Ky.
     May 1, 1943 - DERBY DAY BROADCAST - Louisville, Ky
     May 3, 1943 - KENTON COUNTY AIRPORT - Independence, Ky
     May 9, 1943 - MOTHERS DAY PROGRAM AT BAPTIST CHURCH - Frankfort, Ky.
     May 11, 1943 - SPEECH TO GRADUATING CLASS AT UNION COLLEGE; Barbourville, Ky.
     May 19, 1943 - COMMENDATION OF WAACS - Richmond, Ky.
     June, 1943 - COMMENCEMENT SPEECH/DICTATORSHIP COMPARED TO DEMOCRACY - 
          Madisonville, Ky
     June 17, 1943 - PARTIAL SPEECH TO AMERICAN LEGION - Richmond, Ky.
     June 22, 1943 - "E", AWARD TO U.S. NAVAL ORDINANCE.
     July 8, 1943 - INDUCTION OF THE 200,000TH KENTUCKIAN INTO THE ARMED FORCES - 
          Louisville, Ky.
     July 12, 1943 - REMARKS AT DEDICATION OF REBUILT PUSEY BUILDING AT CENTRAL
          STATE HOSPITAL - Lakeland, Ky 
     July 15, 1943 - CATLETTSBURG-KENOVA BRIDGE BECOMES TOLL FREE - Catlettsburg, Ky.
     July 28, 1943 - ESPOUSES DONALDSON - Frankfort, Ky.
     July 30, 1943 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH FOR DEMOCRATS (LYTER DONALDSON) - Louisville, Ky.
     Aug. 8, 1943 - STANFORD METHODIST CHURCH 99TH ANNIVERSARY - Stanford, Ky
     Aug. 24, 1943 - REHABILITATION OF MALE WARD BUILDING NO. 2 AT
          EASTERN STATE HOSPITAL - Lexington, Ky.
     Aug. 26, 1943 - HOME FRONT PLEDGE.
     Sept., 1943 - TALK TO STRIKING COAL MINERS
     ca. Sept. 1943 - SPEECH ABOUT WILLIS SOON AFTER WILLIS MADE HIS
          FIRST SPEECH.
     Sept. 25, 1943 - DEMOCRATIC OPENING CAMPAIGN SPEECH FOR LYTER DONALDSON
          Madisonville, Ky
     Oct. 9, 1943 - SPEECH IN BEHALF OF DONALDSON (NOTES) - Lancaster and
          Danville, Ky.
     Oct. 21, 1943 - URGING BRENNAN DEMOCRATIC CLUB TO GO TO POLLS
          AND VOTE DEMOCRATIC - Louisville, Ky
     Oct. 22, 1943 - ADDRESS AT LAYING OF CORNERSTONE, NEW
          HAZELWOOD TB SANATORIUM - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 25, 1943 - WILLIS' CHARGES DENIED BY JOHNSON - Bardstown, Ky.
     Oct. 30, 1943 - JOHNSON DENIES CHARGES OF DISHONESTY - Winchester, Ky
     Nov. 29, 1943 - McCORMACK AS A NATIONAL FIGURE - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 7, 1943 - VALEDICTORY ADDRESS - Frankfort, Ky.
     1944 - PARTIAL SPEECH ON WINNING THE WAR.
     1944 - NATIONAL DEFENSE.
     July 20, 1944 - BELIEFS AND' PRINCIPLES OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY.
     Fall, 1946 - PRESSED METALS INSTITUTE.
     1946 - BEFORE NEW YORK KENTUCKY CLUB.
     1946 - PRODUCTION AND EMPLOYMENT TALK GIVEN TO AUTO MANUFACTURERS ASSOC.
     Sept. 29, 1946 - SPEECH AT LEVINDALE HOME 56TH ANNIVERSARY - Baltimore, Md
     Oct. 5, 1946 - RADIO STATEMENT/HIRE THE HANDICAPPED.
     Oct. 11, 1946 - CONCILIATION CONFERENCE ADDRESS - Lexington, Ky

Box 59
     Oct. 14, 1946 - INTERSTATE CONFERENCE OF BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT
          SECURITY AGENCIES - San Francisco, Ca.
     Oct. 31, 1946 - INTERNATIONAL HARMONY - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 3, 1946 - UNDERSECRETARY JOHNSON BEFORE CIVITAN CLUB.
     ca. 1947 - DINNER IN HONOR OF MR. R. S. REYNOLDS.
     Nov. 14, ca. 1947 - TALK AT PRINCETON CLUB - Princeton, Ky.
     Jan. 2, 1947 - CAN WE AVOID A RECESSION.
     Jan. 10, 1947 - REYNOLDS METALS SAFETY AWARD.
     Jan. 15, 1947 - OUTLINE ABOUT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING BEFORE DISTRICT BAR ASSOC.
     Jan. 18, 1947 - "BOOM OR BUST" DISCUSSION BEFORE COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS
          Chicago, Ill
     Jan 31, 1947 - SPEECH AT OPENING OF LANE BRYANT BUILDING - New York, N.Y.
     Feb. 4, 1947 - GRADUATION EXERCISES FOR DALE CARNEGIE INSTITUTE.
     March 6, 1947 - RECONCILIATION SERVICE.
     April 3, 1947 - PUBLIC RELATIONS IN INDUSTRY - THE PROBLEM - New York, N.Y.
     April 7, 1947 - APRA MEETING - New York.
     May 16, 1947 - JEFFERSON DAY DINNER - Las Vegas, Nevada.
     May 28, 1947 - SPEECH BEFORE IAPE CONFERENCE - New York, N.Y.
     June 13, 1947 - AT APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING CONFERENCE - Manchester, Vt.
     June 16, 1947 - BEFORE THE AMERICAN LUMBER CONGRESS - Chicago, Ill.
     Sept., 1947 - LABOR DAY SPEECH - Morgantown, W. Va.
     Oct. 4, 1947 - EMPLOYMENT AND FREE ENTERPRISE, USES CONVENTION DINNER
          Louisville, Ky
     Oct. 8, 1947 - TRUCKERS PUBLIC RELATIONS, MASS.  MOTOR TRUCK ASSOCIATION
          BANQUET - Boston, Mass.
     Oct. 21, 1947 - NOTES ON THE TALK MADE BEFORE U OF L PUBLIC
          RELATIONS CLASS - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 5, 1947 - KENTUCKY AUTO DEALERS ASSOC. (NOTES) - French Lick, Ind
     Nov. 10, 1947 - TALK TO PERKINS' TECHNICAL STAFF (NOTES).
     Nov. 11, 1947 - THE AMERICAN ECONOMIC SYSTEM/TALK GIVEN TO THE
          NATIONAL ASSOC. OF ICE INDUSTRIES.
     Nov. 20, 1947 - TO ROTARY CLUB OF OAKRIDGE - Oak Ridge, Tenn.
     Dec. 10, 1947 - SALES SERVICE GROUP (NOTES).
     Dec. 11, 1947 - NOTES ON TALK AT ODK INITIATION, U OF L - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 17, 1947 - ATTITUDES ABOUT PROFITS IN BUSINESS TO LOUISVILLE
          KIWANIS CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 29, 1947 - NOTES ON TALK TO MYER-BRIDGES COMPANY SALES FORCE.
     Jan. 9, 1948 - NOTES ON TALK TO SALESMEN OF PIGMENT DIVISION - I. P.
          MACAULEY - Louisville, Ky
     Jan. 12, 1948 - NOTES ON TALK DELIVERED TO SALES EXECUTIVES COUNCIL.
     Feb. 2, 1948 - NOTES ON TALK DELIVERED BEFORE ASSOCIATED HOME
          BUILDERS ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     March 1, 1948 - PUBLIC RELATIONS/DELIVERED TO INDIANAPOLIS SALES
          EXECUTIVES COUNCIL - Indianapolis, Ind.
     March 3, 1948 - WHAT FOREIGN TRADE MEANS TO KENTUCKY/
          DELIVERED TO LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS - Louisville, Ky.
     March 10, 1948 - TO FOREMEN'S CLUB OF REYNOLDS METALS CO. - Louisville, Ky.
     ca. April, 1948 - TO FOREMEN AT REYNOLDS ALLOYS.
     April 1, 1948 - AT.FOREMEN1S CLUB - Sheffield, Ala.
     April 9, 1948 - DINNER AT WHICH REY-SEAL PACK INTRODUCED ON
          RALEIGH CIGARETTES - Detroit, Mich.

Box 60
     April 13, 1948 - TO LOUISVILLE BOND TRADERS CLUB - Louisvi1le, Ky.
     April 19, 1948 - GREETINGS DELIVERED AT OPENING OF REYNOLDS
          PLANT IN MEXICO CITY - Mexico City, Mexico.
     April 21, 1948 - BEFORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Louisville, Ky.
     May 8, 1948 - TO ARKANSAS JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Hot Springs, Ark.
     May 14, 1948 - BEFORE ANNUAL CONVENTION OF ARK. ASSOC. OF
          INSURANCE AGENTS - Hot Springs, Ark.
     May 21, 1948 - MEETING OF CIVIC CLUBS AT MT. STERLING - Mt. Sterling, Ky.
     June 11, 1948 - TALK DELIVERED BEFORE THE ALUMINUM ASSOC
     June 15, 1948 - DELIVERED AT INAUGURATION OF BOY GOVERNOR AT
          BLUEGRASS BOYS' STATE - Ft. Knox, Ky
     Aug. 30, 1948 - TALK DELIVERED TO FOREMEN'S CLUB - Listerhill, Ala.
     Sept. 4, 1948 - PLANT I PICNIC - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 23, 1948 - TALK DELIVERED BEFORE KENTUCKY MUNICIPAL
          LEAGUE - Mammoth Cave, Ky.
     Oct. 19, 1948 - SAFETY/LESS ACCIDENTS WITH STABLE METAL ATTITUDE/
          TO NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL - Chicago, Ill.
     Oct. 21, 1948 - IMPROVING THE TOWN AND COUNTY - Harlan, Ky.
     Oct. 22, 1948 - NOTES USED IN TALK AT SAE FRATERNITY HOMECOMING
          BANQUET - Lexington, Ky.
     Oct. 30, 1948 - POLITICAL SPEECH - Bowling Green, Ky
     Nov. 8, 1948 - PROPOSED AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF KENTUCKY
          CRIPPLED CHILDREN COMMISSION.
     Nov. 15, 1948 - TALK TO MCGRAWHILL EDITORS - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 16, 1948 - PUBLIC RELATIONS I DELIVERED BEFORE KENTUCKY
          ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 16, 1948 - NOTES FOR TALK BEFORE LOUISVILLE PURCHASING
          AGENTS ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 15, 1948 - PUBLIC RELATIONS I GIVEN TO SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB
          Evansville, Ind.
     ca. 1949 - TALK DELIVERED TO FOREMEN'S CLUB - Listerhill, Ala
     Jan. 25, 1949 - TALK DELIVERED BEFORE CREDIT MEN'S ASSOC. -
          Richmond, Va.
     Feb. 9, 1949 - TALK DELIVERED BEFORE SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT
          OF MANAGEMENT - Louisville, Ky
     Feb. 9, 1949  - BEFORE SALESMEN OF PARTS DIVISION - Louisville, Ky
     Feb. 12, 1949  - TALK DELIVERED BEFORE THE RICHMOND
          CHAPTER, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BANKING - Richmond, Va 
     March 5, 1949  - KENTUCKY CREDIT UNION LEAGUE - Louisville, Ky
     March 10, 1949 - MEETING OF CHICAGO PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOC.
          LIGHT AND HEAVY METALS DIVISION - Chicago, Ill.
     March 21, 1949 - NOTES USED IN SPEECH BEFORE LINCOLN-MERCURY
          CONTROLLERS CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     March 23, 1949 - NOTES TO -BE USED AT MEETING OF WISCONSIN
          ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE - Madison, Wisc
     March 24, 1949 - REYNOLDS FAMILY NIGHT.
     March 25, 1949 - NOTES USED AT ROTARY CLUB - Phoenix, Ariz.
     March 26, 1949 - SPEECH TO FOREMEN - Phoenix, Ariz.
     March 31, 1949 - KENTUCKY CRIPPLED CHILDREN SOCIETY OPENING OF
          EASTER SEAL DRIVE - Louisville, Ky.
     April 25, 1949 - TALK DELIVERED BEFORE FRANKLIN-SIMPSON COUNTY
          CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Franklin, Ky.
     April 26, 1949 - NOTES USED AT MEETING OF POLIO GROUP OF
          KENTUCKY CRIPPLED CHILDREN COMMISSION - Louisville, Ky.
     May 10, 1949 - TALK DELIVERED BEFORE AMERICAN PUBLIC POWER
          ASSOC. - Los Angeles, Cal.
     May 20, 1949 - NOTES USED IN TALK AT FARMER-BUSINESSMEN'S
          DINNER - Berea, Ky
     May 25, 1949 - HISTORY OF KENTUCKY AND INDIANA TERMINAL
          RAILROAD COMPANY.
     June 2, 1949 - ADDRESS TO LOUISVILLE ROTARY CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     June 2, 1949 - THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS - Louisville, Ky
     June 17, 1949 - SALES MEETING - ALUMINUM DIVISION - Louisville, Ky.
     July 12, 1949 - SALES EXECUTIVES COUNCIL - Nashville, Tenn.
     Aug. 5, 1949 - NOTES TO BE USED AT KEA MEETING - Newport, Ark.
     Aug. 30, 1949 - ADDRESS BEFORE KIWANIS CLUB - Flemingsburg, Ky.
     Sept. 1, 1949 - SOUTHERN STATES IRON ROOFING COMPANY - Savannah, Ga.
     Oct. 3, 1949 - TALK AT DINNER AFTER GOLF TOURNAMENT - Louisville, Ky
     Oct. 11, 1949 - TALK DELIVERED TO LOUISVILLE PAINT CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 13, 1949 - TALK TO INDIANA BANKERS REGIONAL MEETING - Jeffersonville, Ind 
     Nov. 7, 1949 - SHELL OIL COMPANY GROUP.
     Nov. 11, 1949 - MASONIC LODGE - Lexington, Ky
     Nov. 18, 1949 - KIWANIS CLUB - Florence, Ala.
     Dec. 6, 1949 - AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METALS - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 14, 1949 - BERRIAN COUNTY INDUSTRIAL CLUB - Niles, Mich.
     Dec. 15, 1949 - NATIONAL COST ACCOUNTANTS - Evansville, Ind.
     Jan. 14, 1950 - DINNER FOLLOWING DEDICATION OF U.S. NAVAL
          RESERVE TRAINING CENTER - Covington, Ky.
     Jan. 20, 1950 - OPTIMIST CLUB - Lexington, Ky.
     Jan. 23, 1950 - PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOC. OF LEHIGH VALLEY - Allentown, Pa
     Feb. 2, 1950 - KENTUCKY RETAIL HARDWARE DEALERS ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     Feb. 16, 1950 - REYNOLDS ALLOYS INDUSTRIAL CLUB, Sheffield, Ala.

Box 61
     Feb. 20, 1950 - D.A.R. BRYAN STATION - Lexington, Ky.
     Feb. 27, 1950 - ROTARY CLUB - Florence, Ala.
     March 10, 1950 - ADCRAFT CLUB - Detroit, Mich.
     March 24, 1950 - LITTLE ROCK ~HAMBER OF COMMERCE - Little Rock, Ark.
     April 6, 1950 - LUNCHEON PROGRAM CONFERENCE - Phoenix, Ariz.
     April 6, 1950 - TECHNICAL CONFERENCE - Phoenix, Ariz.
     April 18, 1950 - NORTHWEST PUBLIC POWER ASSOC. - Spokane, Wash.
     April 25, 1950 - HEART OF AMERICAN BAKERSv CONVENTION - Kansas City, Mo
     April 27, 1950 - BOARD OF TRADE - Richmond, Ky.
     May 4, 1950 - OHIO VALLEY INDUSTRIAL AD CONFERENCE - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     May 9, 1950 - NORTH CAROLINA BA£NKERS ASSOC. - Pinehurst, N.C.
     May 15, 1950 - TALK TO TECHNICIANS 
     May 16, 1950 - PURCHASING AGENTS CONFERENCE - Kansas City, Mo
     May 18, 1950 - MASTER BREWERS ASSOC. - Washington, D.C.
     June, 1950 - INTRODUCTION OF GOVERNOR FOLSOM - Listerhill, Ala.
     June 1, 1950 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Cave City, Ky.
     June 5, 1950 - MIAMI SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Miami, Fla.
     June 16, 1950 - KENTUCKY HEART ASSOC. MEETING - Louisville, Ky.
     June 19, 1950 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Lebanon, Ky
     ca. July, 1949 - TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - New Orleans, La.
     July 1, 1950 - DEDICATION OF NEW CABLE PLANT - Listerhill, Ala.
     July 19, 1950 - TALK TO FOREMEN OF PARTS DIVISION - Louisville, Ky.
     July 24, 1950 - NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     July 25, 1950 - FRANKFORT EQUIPMENT COMPANY MEETING - Frankfort, Ky.
     Sept. 29, 1950 - KIWANIS CLUB - Richmond, Ky.
     Oct., 1950 - NOTES USED AT REGIONAL SALES MEETING.
     Oct. 2, 1950 - CLOVER FARM STORES CORP. - Cleveland, Ohio.
     Oct. 10, 1950 - AD CLUB - Washington, D.C.
     Oct. 26, 1950 - CONFERENCE OF SALES MANAGERS - Columbus, Ohio.
     Nov. 10, 1950 - SOUTHERN ASSOC. OF STATE PLANNING AND
          DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES - Richmond, Va.
     ca. Dec., 1950 - NOTES FOR IOWA RETAIL HARDWARE DEALERS.
     Dec. 12, 1950 - AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOC. - Chicago, Ill
     Dec. 14, 1950 - TALK AT DINNER FOR EARL RUBY - Louisville, Ky
     Dec. 18, 1950 - NOTES ON "PRICE CONTROL."
     Dec. 27, 1950 - REMARKS AT DINNER FOR MPS. R. S. REYNOLDS - Richmond, Va.
     ca.  1951 - TALK TO WOMEN'S CLUB REPRESENTATIVES - Lexington, Ky.
     Jan. 11, 1951 - TALK TO TRAINING CLASS - Louisville, Ky.
     Jan. 11, 1951 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Lebanon, Ky.
     Jan. 23, 1951 - OHIO DAIRY PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION - Toledo, Ohio
     Jan. 23, 1951 - OHIO DAIRY BOOSTERS ASSOCIATION - Toledo, Ohio.
     Feb. 14, 1951 - NOTES USED AT GURDON, ARKANSAS ROTARY CLUB - Gurdon, Ark.
     March 6, 1951 - LION'S CLUB - Grand Rapids, Mich
     March 12, 1951 - TALK TO INVESTMENT BANKERS VISITING REYNOLDS PLANTS
          Richmond, Va.
     March 19, 1951 - FALLS CITIES BASKETBALL OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION
          Louisville, Ky.
     March 22, 1951 - SOUTH DAKOTA LUMBER DEALERS CONVENTION - Sioux Fall, SD
     March 26, 1951 - TALK BEFORE TRAINEE GROUP AT G.S.O. - Louisville, Ky.
     March 28, 1951 - WISCONSIN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE - Madison, Wisc.
     April 23, 1951 - MEETING OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS PUBLIC RELATIONS
          SOCIETY OF AMERICA - Houston, Texas.
     May 9, 1951 - BUSINESS AND BANKING RELATIONS - Pinehurst, N.C.
     May 16, 1951 - TWIN CITY PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOCIATION - St. Paul, Minn
     June 5, 1951 - NOTES USED AS MASTER OF CEREMONIES AT DINNER
          REYNOLDS GAVE FOR BEARDSLEY RUML - Cleveland, Ohio.
     June 14, 1951 - ROTARY ANN PARTY - Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
     July 20, 1951 - NEW POT ROOMS DEDICATED - Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Box 62
     Aug. 10, 1951 - TALK TO BIRMINGHAM SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Birmingham, Ala.
     Aug. 24, 1951 - MEADE COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
          Brandenburg, Ky
     Sept. 3, 1951 - BARBECUE ON LABOR DAY - Hurricane Creek, Ark.
     Sept. 12, 1951 - SPEECH AT BIG SANDY / ELKHORN COAL OPERATORS -
          Lexington, Ky.
     Sept. 14, 1951 - SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     Oct. 11, 1951 - CLEVELAND PAINT, VARNISH AND LACQUER
          ASSOCIATION - Cleveland, Ohio.
     Oct. 17, 1951 - FOREMEN'S CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 19, 1951 - SOUTHWESTERN ARCHITECTS ASSOCIATION - Tulsa, Oklahoma
     Oct. 22, 1951 - TO FOREMEN AT PLANT NO. 12 ABOUT COMMUNITY CHEST.
     ca. Nov. 1951 - HONOR OF A COLONEL AND A LT. COLONEL - Richmond, Va.
     Nov. 1, 1951 - GRAND RAPIDS ROTARY CLUB - Grand Rapids, Mich.
     Nov. 1, 1951 - GRAND RAPIDS INDUSTRIAL EXECUTIVES CLUB - Grand Rapids, Mich.
     Nov. 13, 1951 - REYNOLDS ALLOYS INDUSTRIAL CLUB - Sheffield, Ala.
     Nov. 16, 1951 - E'XECUTIVES OF FARMHAND COMPANY - Minneapolis, Minn.
     Nov. 27, 1951 - BREAKFAST FOR SECRETARY OF INTERIOR CHAPMAN - Phoenix, Ariz
     Dec. 6, 1951 - NOTES USED IN TALK TO DEFENSE MOBILIZATION GROUP VISITORS 
     Dec. 10, 1951 - SALES EXECUTIVES COUNCIL - New Orleans, La.
     Dec. 18, 1951 - DINNER FOR JIM BLACK - Hot Springs, Ark.
     Jan. 3, 1952 - INTRODUCING DILLMAN RASH AT ROTARY CLUB.
     Jan. 9, 1952 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - North Little Rock, Ark.
     Jan. 15, 1952 - NORTHWESTERN LUMBERMEN'S ASSOCIATION - Minneapolis, Minn
     Jan. 21, 1942 - LOUISVILLE INSURANCE GROUP - Louisville, Ky.
     Jan. 26, 1952 - ARKANSAS PRESS ASSOCIATION LUNCHEON - Little Rock, Ark.
     Jan. 29, 1952 - AD CLUB - Louisville, Ky
     Feb 5, 1952 - KENTUCKY HEART ASSOCIATION- Louisville, Ky
     Feb. 9, 1952 - KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION OF HIGHWAY CONTRACTORS - Louisville, Ky.
     Feb. 20, 1952 - MURRAY STATE COLLEGE - Murray, Ky
     Feb. 21, 1952 - ARKANSAS CHAPTER ASSOCIATED CONTRACTORS - Little Rock, Ark
     March 3, 1952 and June 18, 1952 - PUBLIC RELATIONS - Knoxville, Tenn. and
          St. Louis, Mo.
     March 18, 1952 - FOREMEN'S CLUB MEETING - Louisville, Ky.
     March 20, 1952 - CINCINNATI PAINT CLUB - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     March 21, 1952 - FARM INSTITUTE MEETING - Normandy, Ill.
     March 26, 1952 - TRAINEE GRADUATING GROUP.
     March 31, 1952 - DINNER TO AWARD SERVICE PINS / FABRICANT DIVISION
          OF GENERAL MOTORS - Bedford, Ind.
     April 1, 1952 - REYNOLDS DISTRIBUTORS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM - Louisville, Ky.
     April 2, 1952 - EDISON ELECTRIC INSTITUTE - Chicago, Ill.
     April 10, 1952 and Feb. 2, 1952 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
     April 17, 1952 - PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOCIATION - Little Rock, Ark.
     May 8, 1952 - ARKANSAS PEACE OFFICER'S ASSOCIATION - Little Rock, Ark.
     May 19, 1952 - CLEVELAND ENGINEERING SOCIETY - Cleveland, Ohio.
     May 27, 1952 - GRADUATING CLASS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE - Florence, Ala.
     May 29, 1952 - LOUISVILLE ROTARY CLUB - Louisville, Ky
     June 1, 1952 - COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE
          Lyndon, Ky.
     June 9, 1952 - INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY - Grand Rapids, Mich.
     June 11, 1952 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Phoenix, Ariz.
     June 18, 1952 - PACKAGING SALES TRAINING GROUP - Louisville, Ky.
     June 19, 1952 - DAYTON ROTARY CLUB - Dayton, Ohio
     June 24, 1952 and Nov. 14, 1952 - ADVERTISING - Daytona Beach, Fla and
          Columbus, Ohio.
     Aug. 21, 1952 - NOTES FOR KELSO ROTARY CLUB - Kelso, Wash.
     Aug. 22, 1952 - NOTES FOR KELSO KIWANIS CLUB TALK - Kelso, Wash.

Box 63
     Aug. 25, 1952 - NOTES FOR RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION - Longview, Wash
     Aug. 26, 1952 - LIONS CLUB - Longview, Wash.
     Aug. 26, 1952 - TALK TO FOREMEN AND SUPERVISORS AT L0NGVIEW PLANT
          Longview, Wash
     Sept. 15, 1952 - P.T.A. IMPORTANCE - Anchorage, Ky.
     Sept. 30, 1952 - THE HIGH COST OF HEART DISEASE I AMERICAN HEART
          ASSOCIATION MEETING - Washington, D.C.
     Oct. 6, 1952 - TALK TO COMPANY EMPLOYEES ON FEDERAL FUND - Louisville,Ky.
     Oct. 7, 1952 - IMPORTANCE OF SUPERVISORS / TO INDUSTRIAL
          MANAGEMENT COUNCIL - Chicago, Ill.
     Oct. 27, 1952 - PROGRESS / TO GENERAL MILLS RESEARCH GROUP - Minneapolis, Minn.
     Nov. 6, 1952 and Feb. 9, 1953 - PUBLIC RELATIONS OF SALESMEN -
          Minneapolis, Minn. and Chicago, Ill.
     Nov. 7, 1952 - ADDRESS S.A.E. - Lexington, Ky.
     Nov. 10, 1952 - IMP0RTANCt OF WOMEN / KIWANIS LADIES NIGHT - Tuscumbia, Ala
     Nov. 11, 1952 - REYNOLDS ALLOYS INDUSTRIAL CLUB.
     Nov. 11, 1952 - ARMISTICE DAY TALK - Tuscumbia, Ala.
     Nov.14, 1952 - PUBLIC RELATIONS I TO AD CLUB OF COLUMBUS - Columbus, Ohio.
     Nov. 19, 1952 - THE ALUMINUM ERA I TO SOUTH END OPTIMISTS CLUB -
          Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 20, 1952 - IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICIANS I TO ARKANSAS MEDICAL
          SOCIETY - Little Rock, Ark.
     1953 - ALUMINUM THE PROGRESSIVE INDUSTRY - Louisville, Ky.
     Jan. 20, 1953 - OPTIMIST CLUB AWARDING "MAN OF THE YEAR" PLAQUE - Louisville, Ky.
     Jan. 23, 1953 - NOTES AT AD CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Jan. 27, 1953 - IMPORTANCE OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Sheffield, Ala
     March 13, 1953 - TALK AT 0UACHITA COLLEGE - Arkadelphia, Ark.
     March 14, 1953 - TALK TO ENGINEERING COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF
          ARKANSAS - Fayetteville, Ark.
     March 18, 1953 - JOINT MEETING LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI AD CLUBS
          - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     March 18, 1953 - APPRECIATION FOR POLICE FORCE OF LOUISVILLE AT
          COMMANDING OFFICERS CLUB OF L.P.D.   Louisville, Ky.
     March 24, 1953 - PROFITS IN BUSINESS - LOUISVILLE, Ky.
     April 13, 1953 - TALK TO FIRE UNDERWRITERS - Louisville, Ky.
     April 15, 1953 - WOMENtS ASSOCIATION OF ALLIED BEVERAGE
          INDUSTRIES - Louisville, Ky.
     April 22, 1953 - SOUTHERN DISTRICT MEETING I AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
          ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS - Louisville, Ky.
     April 24, 1953 - PIEDMONT SALES CONFERENCE - Charlotte, N.C.
     May 5, 1953 - SYMPOSIUM ARRANGED BY MCARTHUR COMPANY - Minneapolis, Minn.
     May 9, 1953 - TALK TO FARM EDITORS - Louisville, Ky
     May 14, 1953 - JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT GROUP - Louisville, Ky.
     May 16, 1953 - JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Hot Springs, Ark.
     May 19, 1953 - INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS - Cleveland, Ohio.
     May 26, 1953 - IMPORTANCE OF ARKANSAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION - Hot
          Springs, Ark.
     May 28, 1953 - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO SOUTHERN WHOLESALERS
          ASSOCIATION - Atlanta, Ga.
     May 29, 1953 - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO GRAND RAPIDS AD CLUB - Grand Rapids, Mich.
     June 9, 1953 - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO ST. LOUIS AD CLUB - St. Louis, Mo.
     July 4, 1953 - JULY FOURTH CELEBRATION - Bardstown, Ky
     July 31, 1953 - INGENUITY / TO NASHVILLE KIWANIS CLUB - Nashville, Tenn.
     Aug. 13, 1953 - NOTES FOR TALK AT SHIVELY ROTARY CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Aug. 19, 1953 - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO TOLEDO AD CLUB - Toledo, Ohio.
     Sept. 1 and 3, 1953 - TALK TO CONSUMER SALESMEN
     Sept. 28, 1953 - INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT / TO WICHITA ROTARY CLUB
          - Wichita, Kansas.
     Oct. 2, 1953 - IMPORTANCE OF ALUMINUM I TO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
          OF ALUMINUM DISTRIBUTORS - Colorado Springs, Colorado
     Oct. 14, 1953 - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
          WOMENS CLUB - Louisville, Ky
     Oct. 16, 1953 - TALK AT DINNER FOR HOME HOBBY CRAFTSMEN -
          Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 19, 1953 - PROFIT AND LOSS SYSTEM / TO ROTARY CONFERENCE
          INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT - Louisville, Ky.

Box 64
     Oct. 26, 1953 - MAYTAG AND ALUMINUM - Newton, Iowa.
     Oct. 27, 1953 - GOOD WILL / TO AD CLUB OF DES MOINES - Des Moines, Iowa.
     Nov. 3, 1953 - STIMULATING GROWTH OF WILMINGTON / TO
          WILMINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Wilmington, N.C
     Nov. 11, 1953 - ARMISTICE DAY TALK TO SHEFFIELD LIONS CLUB - Sheffield, Ala.
     Nov. 12, 1953 - FUTURE OF ALUMINUM / TO REYNOLDS ALLOYS
          INDUSTRIAL CLUB Sheffield, Ala.
     Nov. 23, 1953 - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO HOTEL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION - Boston, Mass.
     Dec. 1, 1953 - ALUMINUM / TO NATIONAL COMBINATION STORMWIND0W - Detroit, Mich
     Dec. 3, 1953 - INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS I TO TRAFFIC CLUB OF MINNEAPOLIS
          Minneapolis, Minn.
     Dec. 5, 1953 - ALUMINUM I TALK TO WOMENVS CLUB - Richmond, Ky.
     Dec. 8, 1953 - UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND EDUCATION I
          AT EMORY UNIVERSITY - Atlanta, Ga.
     Dec. 11, 1953 - DISTRIBUTORS TRAINING GROUP G.S.O.
     Jan. 14, 1954 - SAFETY ENGINEERS OF REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY - Louisville, Ky
     Jan. 24, 1954 - SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PROBLEMS IN ARKANSAS
     Jan. 26, 1954 - FUTURE OF BUSINESS / TO ST. LOUIS PURCHASING AGENTS
          St. Louis, Mo
     Feb. 2, 1954 - FUTURE OF BUSINESS / TO ASSOCIATED BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS  
          Chicago,  Ill.
     Feb. 15, 1954  - CONGRATULATIONS TO WORKERS IN RED CROSS CAMPAIGN
          Louisville, Ky.
     Feb. 18, 1954  - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO COLUMBUS SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - 
          Columbus, Ohio
     Feb. 24, 1954  - ALUMINUM / TO HARDWARE ASSOCIATION OF THE CAROLINAS
          Charlotte, N.C.
     Feb. 26, 1954  - AMERICAN LEGION AMERICANISM DINNER - Mt. Sterling, Ky
     March 9, 1954  - LOUISVILLE TRANSPORTATION CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     March 10, 1954 - KENTUCKY RURAL HEALTH CONFERENCE - Louisville, Ky.
     March 10, 1954 - SOUTHERN STATES IRON AND ROOFING SALESMAN - Louisville, Ky
     March 25, 1954 - AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR QUALITY CONTROLS - Louisville, Ky.
     April 1, 1954 - AIR-CONDTIONING AND REFRIGERATION INSTITUTE - White
          Sulfur Springs, W. Va.
     April 8, 1954 - GRAND RAPIDS ROTARY CLUB, LADIES NIGHT - Grand Rapids, Mich.
     April 14, 1954 - GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION - Atlanta, Ga.
     April 22, 1954 - MILWAUKEE AD CLUB - Milwaukee, Wisc.
     April 27, 1954 - NEW YORK SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - New York, N.Y.
     May 13, 1954 - LUCK IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PREPARATION MEETS OPPORTUNITY - 
          Florence, Ala.
     May 24, 1954 - PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS DEPARTMENT.
     May 27, 1954   - BISCUIT AND CRACKER MA£NUFACTURERS - Chicago, Ill.
     June 2, 1954   - SHAWNEE KIWANIS CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     June 4, 1954   - NOTES FOR TALK TO MEN ABOUT PUBLICITY - Washington, D.C
     June 9, 1954   - PUBLIC RELATIONS / TO FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION  - Louisville, Ky.
     June 14, 1954 - SALES MECHANISM / TO SALES EXECUTIVE CLUB - Pittsburgh, Pa.
     June 15, 1954 - ALUMINUM IN AIRCRAFT I TO AIR RESERVISTS - Louisville,  Ky.
     June 21, 1954 - TO DETROIT SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Detroit, Mich.
     July 3, 1954 - REYNOLDS ALLOYS PICNIC - Tuscumbia, Ala.
     July 22, 1954 - TRUCK-TRAILER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION - Chicago,  Ill.
     Aug. 9, 1954 - KY-TN-OH VALLEY PERSONNEL RELATIONS - Lexington, Ky
     Aug. 10, 1954 - LIVESTOCK FEEDERS INSTITUTE - Shenandoah, Iowa.

Box 65
     Sept. 1, 1954 - NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MOTOR BUS OPERATORS - Chicago, Ill.
     Sept. 28, 1954 - OHIO TRUCKING ASSOCIATION - Columbus, Ohio
     Sept. 28, 1954 - OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY - Columbus, Ohio.
     Oct. 4, 1954 - FOOD EDITORS  CONFERENCE - New York, N.Y.
     Oct. 7, 1954 - IOWA RETAIL HARDWARE DEALERS - Des Moines, Iowa.
     Oct. 10, 1954 - "FARM FORUM"STATION WGY - Schenectady, N.Y.
     Oct. 26, 1954 - TALK TO PACKAGING SALES TRAINEES.
     Nov. 13, 1954 - TIDEWATER WHOLESALE FOOD DEALERS - Virginia Beach, Va.
     Dec. 3, 1954 - TALK TO REYNOLDS DISTRIBUTORS - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 14, 1954 - PITTSBURGH AD CLUB - Pittsburgh, Ky.
     Jan. 10, 1955 - SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Shreveport, La
     Jan. 20, 1955 - NASHVILLE TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION CLUB - Nashville, Tenn.
     Jan. 24, 1955 - ASHLAND ROTARY CLUB - Ashland, Ky.
     Feb. 10, 1955 - MASTER BREWERS ASSOC. - New York, N.Y.
     March 7, 1955 - VIRGINIA RETAIL HARDWARE ASSOC. - Roanoke, Va.
     March 14, 1955 - CHICAGO SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Chicago, Ill.
     March 15, 1955 - NATIONAL PREPARED FROZEN FOOD PROCESSORS - Chicago, Ill
     March 23, 1955 - JEFFERSONVILLE QUARTERMASTERS ASSOC. - Jeffersonville, Ind.
     April 6, 1955 - CINCINNATI AD CLUB - Cincinnati, Ohio
     April 13, 1955 - HAMPTON ROADS SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Norfolk, Va.
     April 21, 1955 - EAST LIBERTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Pittsburgh, Pa.
     April 26, 1955 - SALESMAN'S CLUB OF ROCHESTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - N.Y
     May 2, 1955 - INDUSTRIAL MARKETERS OF DETROIT - Detroit, Mich.
     May 18, 1955 - INDIANA INDEPENDENT PETROLEUM ASSOC. - French Lick, Ind.
     May 19, 1955 - UNITED JEWISH APPEAL DINNER - New York, N.Y
     June 1, 1955 - TALK AT DINNER FOR SALES TRAINEES.
     June 6, 1955 - CLEVELAND SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Cleveland, Ohio.
     June 13, 1955 - BANKERS ASSOC. OF THE CAROLINAS - Myrtle Beach, S.C.
     June 16, 1955 - UNITED KENTUCKY CLUBS - Louisville, Ky
     June 21, 1955 - SUPERVISORS AT NORTH PLANT - Richmond, Va.
     July 15, 1955 - TALK AT ARMY RECRUITING LUNCHEON - Louisville, Ky.
     July 22, 1955 - OLD DOMINION PURCHASING AGENTS - Hot Springs, Va.
     Aug. 11, 1955 - DAIRY COUNCIL OF NASHVILLE - Nashville, Tenn.
     Aug. 29, 1955 - SOUTHWEST ASSOC. OF TAX ADMINISTRATORS - Lexington, Ky
     Sept. 16, 1955 - REYNOLDS DISTRIBUTORS TRAINING CLASS - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 3, 1955 - OHIO VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOC. - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     Oct. 5, 1955 - FOOD EDITORS' CONFERENCE - Chicago, Ill.
     Oct. 7, 1955 - UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY JOURNALISM STUDENTS FOR
          SIGMA DELTA CHI - Lexington, Ky
     Oct. 12, 1955 - DEDICATION OF HABCO PLANT - Columbus, Neb.
     Oct. 28, 1955 - CENTRAL STATES FROZEN FOOD ASSOC. - Chicago, Ill.
     Dec. 14, 1955 - LOUISVILLE FOREMENVS CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     ca. 1956 - PRESENTATION TO BASEBALL TEAM SPONSORED BY REYNOLDS.
     April 24, ca. 1956 - TALK TO SALES EXECUTIVES GROUP.
     Feb. 7, 1956 - OHIO HARDWARE ASSOC. - Cleveland, Ohio
     Feb. 20, 1956 - FLORENCE ROTARY CLUB - Florence, Ala.
     Feb. 23, 1956 - LEXINGTON ROTRAY CLUB - Lexington, Ky
     March 15, 1956 - VIRGINIA PUBLIC RELATIONS SOCIETY - Williamsburg, Va.
     March 23., 1956 - VIRGINIA DIETETIC ASSOC. - Charlottesville, Va.

Box 66
     March 28, 1956 - PRESS LUNCHEON FOR REPRESENTATIVES OF FOOD
          PUBLICATIONS - Waldorf, N.Y.
     April, 1956 - NOTES ON TALK AT PRESIDENT'S DINNER FOR KENTUCKY
          CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
     April 12, 1956 - JONESBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Jonesboro, Ark.
     April 13, 1956 - KENTUCKY VOCATIONAL ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     April l9, 1956 - SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Durham, N.C
     May 9, 1956 - KENTUCKY CHIROPRACTIC DINNER - Louisville, Ky.
     June 8, 1956 - NOTES FOR NEWSPAPER EDITORS ASSOC. LUNCHEON - Louisville, Ky.
     July 24, 1956 - ELIZABETHTOWN ROTARY CLUB - Elizabethtown, Ky.
     July 28, 1956 - SOUTHWEST CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE - Lake Charles, La.
     Aug. 28, 1956 - KIWANIS CLUB - Bardstown, Ky.
     Aug. 31, 1956 - MID-SOUTH HOTEL CONFERENCE - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 11, 1956 - LOUISVILLE BREAKFAST CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 13, 1956 - WOMEN'S TRAFFIC CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 14, 1956 - TRAINING CLASS G.S.O. - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 26, 1956 - FOOD EDITORS' CONFERENCE - New York, N.Y.
     Oct. 2, 1956 - ROTARY CLUB - Joliet, Ill
     Oct. 17, 1956 - KENTUCKY MOTOR TRANSPORTATION ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 18, 1956 - LOUISVILLE ROTARY CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 25, 1956 - AMERICAN TRUCKING ASSOC. - Waldorf, N.Y.
     Nov. 1, 1956 - TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS - Corpus Christi, Texas.
     Nov. 3, 1956 - NATIONAL TOOL AND DYE MANUFACTURERS ASSOC. - Hartford, Conn.
     Nov. 14, 1956 - MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE - Danville, Va.
     Nov. 20, 1956 - LOUISVILLE PURCHASING AGENTS - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 26, 1956 - PANEL DISCUSSION BEFORE PUBLIC RELATIONS STAFF
          ASSOC. - Milwaukee, Wisc.
     Dec. 3, 1956 - KIWANIS CLUB OF LOUISVILLE - Louisville, Ky.
     Dec. 11, 1956 - TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF LOUISVILLE - Louisville, Ky.
     ca. 1957 - TALK TO MANUFACTURERS.
     Ca. 1957 - SPEECH TO TRAINEES - Louisville, Ky
     Jan. 11, 1957 - ST. LOUIS SALES EXECUTIVES ASSOC. - St. Louis, Mo.
     Jan. 21, 1957 - TO CLUB OF CHICAGO - Chicago, Ill.
     Jan. 22, 1957 - NATIONAL ASSOC. OF HOME BUILDERS - Chicago, Ill
     Jan. 25, 1957 - SOUTHERN FARM FORUM - New Orleans, La.
     Jan. 28, 1957 - SOUTHEASTERN POULTRY AND EGG ASSOC. - Atlanta, Ga.
     Jan. 31, 1957 - KANSAS CITY ROTARY CLUB - Kansas City, Mo.
     Jan. 31, 1957 - MISSOURI VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOC. - Kansas City, Mo.
     Feb. 1, 1957 - COLUMBUS AD CLUB - Columbus, Ohio.
     Feb. 6, 1957 - NATIONAL COMBINATION STORM WINDOW AND DOOR INSTALLATION - N.Y.
     Feb. 12, 1957 - PORTLAND ROTARY CLUB - Portland, Oregon.
     Feb. 13, 1957 - PORTLAND AD CLUB - Portland, Oregon.
     Feb. 19, 1957 - HOUSTON CHAPTER OF AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE - Texas.
     Feb. 22, 1957 - ARIZONA SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS - Phoenix, Ariz.
     March 5, 1957 - RED CROSS GROUP - Louisville, Ky.
     March 12, 1957 - OHIO STATE RESTAURANT ASSOC. - Columbus, Ohio.
     March 20, 1957 - TALK TO TRAINEES - Louisville, Ky.
Box 67
     March 21, 1957 - THE REYNOLDS STORY - Richmond, Va.
     March 25, 1957 - ST. MATTHEWS ROTARY CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     March 29, 1957 - VOCATIONAL INFORMATION CONFERENCE - Richmond, Ky
     April 9, 1957 - GOUVERNEUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Gouverneur, N.Y.
     April 11, 1957 - CORHART REFRACTORIES MANAGEMENT CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     April, 1957 - BREAKFAST OF EASTERN KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE ALUMNI - Louisville
     April 29, 1957 - NATIONAL FISHERIES INSTITUTE - Chicago, Ill
     May 7, 1957 - UNIVERSITY STATUE OF R.S. REYNOLDS PLAQUE - Louisville, Ky.
     May 9, 1957 - PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOC. OF CHICAGO - Chicago, Ill.
     May 20, 1957 - TO CLUB OF CLEVELAND - Cleveland, Ohio.
     Jtine 6, 1957 - REYNOLDS DISTRIBUTORS TRAINING CLASS - Louisville, Ky
     June 14, 1957 - LOS ANGEflES ROTARY CLUB - Los Angeles, Calif.
     June 14, 1957 - COMMENCEMENT AT LOS ANGELES STATE COLLEGE - Los Angeles, Calif
     June 20, 1957 - UNITED BUSINESS EDUCATION ASSOC. - Dallas, Texas.
     Sept. 9, 1957 - CINCINNATI STEWARDS AND CATERERS ASSOC. - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     Sept. 17, 1957 - CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL AD CLUB - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     Sept. 30, 1957 - BLUEGRASS CHAPTER OF PUBLIC RELATION'S STAFF ASSOC
     ca. Oct. 1957 - UNVEILING OF R. S. REYNOLDS PLAQUE I PLANT #9 Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 3, 1957 - COMMUNITY CHEST WORKERS IN INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE DIVISION - Louisville, Ky.
     Oct. 7, 1957 - GULF STATE REGION I AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS - 
          Birmingham, Ala.
     Oct. 15, 1957 - PURCHASING AGENTS OF THE SOUTHEAST - New Orleans, La
     Oct. 17, 1957 - NEW ENGLAND CREDIT CONFERENCE - Springfield, Mass.
     Oct. 21, 1957 - RICHMOND SALES EMECUTIVE CLUB - Richmond, Va
     Oct. 24, 1957 - BLUEGRASS CHAPTER OF PUBLIC RELATIONS SOCIETY OF AMERICA.
     Oct. 24, 1957 - RICHMOND SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Richmond, Va.
     Oct. 30, 1957 - SOUTHERN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky
     Nov. 1, 1957 - HOTEL GREETERS, MID-SOUTH REGIONAL CONFERENCE - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 7, 1957 - TALK TO PACKAGING SALES TRAINEES - Louisville, Ky
     Nov. 14, 1957 - EXECUTIVE SALES GROUP I G.S.O. - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 15, 1957 - BUSINESS I INDUSTRY EDUCATION DAY - Chatanooga, Tenn.

Box 68
     Nov. 18, 1957 - RICHMOND TRAFFIC CLUB - Richmond, Va.
     Nov. 21, 1957 - SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB OF ERIE - Erie, Pa.
     Dec. 5, 1957 - LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION AGENTS  
          MEETING Baton Rouge, La.
     Dec. 20, 1957 - LAUDERDALE COUNTY TEACHERS ASSOC. - Lexington, Ala.
     Dec. 26, 1957 - NOTES FOR PRESENTATION OF GIFT TO DPR.
     Jan. 9, 1958 - ALTRUSA CLUB - Louisville, Ky
     Jan. 23, 1958 - HARDWARE MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS AS SOC. - Philadelphia, Pa.
     Feb. 5, 1958 - KANSAS CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Kansas City, Mo.
     Feb. 6, 1958 - MISSOURI VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOC. - Kansas City, Mo.
     Feb. 11, 1958 - RICHMOND STATIONERS ASSOC. - Richmond, Va.
     Feb. 19, 1958 - &OUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY / ENGINEERING
          COLLEGE FACULTY AND STUDENTS - Dallas, Texas
     Feb. 28, 1958 - SOUTHERN TILE CONTRACTORS ASSOC. - Memphis, Tenn.
     March 3, 1958 - SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Bluefields, W. Va.
     March 21, 1958 - PACIFIC DAIRY AND POULTRY ASSOC. - Coronado, Calif
     March 26, 1958 - REYNOLDS BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB - Florence, Ala
     April 3, 1958 - LOUISIANA MARKET POULTRY ASSOC. - Coronado, Calif.
     April 14, 1958 - ENGINEERS CLUB OF MEMPHIS - Memphis, Tenn.
     April 17, 1958 - ATLANTIC STATES SHIPPERS ADVISORY BOARD - Roanoke, Va.
     April 23, 1958 - COLLEGE OF COMMERCE I COMMERCE DAY - Ala.
     April 24, 1958 - EASTERN KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE SENIOR CLASS Lexington, Ky.
     April 28, 1958 - METAL ETCHING AND FABRICATING ASSOC. - White Sulphur
          Springs, W. Va.
     May 13, 1958 - PUIsLIC RELATIONS CONFERENCE OF CAROLINAS  - Charlotte, N.C.
     May 16, 1958 - UNION LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY - Miami, Fla.

Box 69
     May 19, 1958 - SOUTHERN GRAPHIC ARTS ASSOC. CONVENTION  - Louisville, Ky
     May 26, 1958 - BOWLING GREEN COLLEGE OF COMMERCE - Bowling Green, Ky.
     May 29, 1958 - CINCINNATI ROTARY CLUB - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     June 17, 1958 - WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Asheville, N.C
     June 24, 1958 - BUECHEL ROTARY CLUB I LADIES NIGHT - Buechel, Ky   
     July 2, 1958 - LOUISVILLE KIWANIS CLUB - Louisville, Ky
     Aug. 5, 1958 - AMERICAN HOME AWARDS DINNER - Boston, Mass
     Aug. 20, 1958 - AMERICAN BUSINESS CLUB - Louisville, Ky
     Sept. 4, 1958 - ST. PAUL SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - St. Paul, Minn
     Sept. 17, 1958 - AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INDUSTRIAL SECURITY - Washington, D.C.
     Sept. 22, 1958 - KENTUCKY AUTO DEALERS ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 24, 1958 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF LA GRANGE PARK - LaGrange, Ill.
     Sept. 26, 1958 - ST. LOUIS SALES EXECUTIVES ASSOC. - St. Louis, Mo.
     Oct. 1, 1958 - LUNCHEON FOR TWENTY-FIVE YEAR PACKAGING CUSTOMERS
          New York, N.Y
     Oct. 2, 1958 - INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS - Dayton, Ohio.
     Oct. 21, 1958 - URGE FOR CONTRIBUITONS TO THE COMMUNITY CHEST -
          Louisville, Ky
     Oct. 23, 1958 - INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP - Florence, Ala.
     Nov. 6, 1958 - LOUISIANA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE - Rushton, La.
     Nov. 12, 1958 - CLEVELAND ENGINEERING SOCIETY CONSTRUCTION
          CONFERENCE DINNER - Cleveland, Ohio
     Nov.18, 1958 - LOUISVILLE YMCA MEMBERSHIP DINNER - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov.18, 1958 - TRAFFIC CLUB OF MEMPHIS - Memphis, Tenn
     Nov.21, 1958 - ALABAMA PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOC. - Birmingham, Ala.
     Nov. 25, 1958 - LEXINGTON BUSINESS MEN HOSTS TO FARMER - Lexington, Ky
     Dec. 3, 1958 - AD CLUB OF MONTGOMERY - Montgomery, Ala.
     Dec. 10, 1958 - SHERIDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Sheridon, Wy.
     Dec. 18, 1958 - CORPUS CHRISTI SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Corpus Christi, Texas
     Jan. 8, 1959 - ALAN SPARKS'S RETIREMENT DINNER - Louisville, Ky.
     Jan. 8, 1959 - BEARGRASS CHRISTIAN CHURCH MEN'S CLUB - St. Matthews, Ky.

Box 70
     Jan. 14, 1959 - ARIZONA DAIRY INDUSTRY CONFERENCE - Tuscon, Ariz.
     Jan. 16, 1959 - LIFE UNDERWRITERS ASSOC. - Cincinnati, Ohio.
     Jan. 20, 1959 - AD CLUB OF WASHINGTON - Washington, D.C
     Jan. 21, 1959 - NATIONAL FLEXIBLE PACKAGING ASSOC. - New York, N.Y.
     Feb. 5, 1959 - LOUISIANA INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE - Alexandria, La.
     Feb. 10, 1959 - INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT CLUB - Richmond, Va.
     Feb. 17, 1959 - LOUISVILLE SAFETY COUNCIL PRESIDENT'S REPORT - Louisville, Ky.
     Feb. 25, 1959 - OHIO VALLEY AD CLUB - Wheeling, W. Va.
     Feb. 26, 1959 - HOME BUILDER'S ASSOC. OF VIRGINIA - Va. Beach, Va.
     March 3, 1959 - AD CLUB OF DES MOINES - Des Moines, Iowa.
     March 12, 1959 - PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOC. - Philadelphia, Pa
     March 16, 1959 - PILOT CLUB - Sheffield, Ala.
     March 19, 1959 - MISSISSIPPI STATE COLLEGE - State College, Miss
     March 24, 1959 - CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK - Chicago, Ill.
     March 26, 1959 - NOTES ON COMBS/WYATT LUNCHEON
     April 3, 1959 - ALABAMA TRUCKING ASSOC. - Biloxi, Miss
     April 24, 1959 - VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE ASSOC. FOR ADVANCEMENT
          OF ENGINEERING - Blacksburg, Va.
     May 7, 1959 - BLUE VALLEY BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOC. - Kansas City, Mo.
     May 11, 1959 - SPEECH FOR COMBS/WYATT - Bowling Green, Ky.
     May 13, 1959 - WEST MONROE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - West Monroe, La.
     May 19, 1959 - VIRGINIA SAFETY ASSOC. - Roanoke, Va.
     May 20, 1959 - SALES TRAINING CLASS - Richmond, Va.
     June 11, 1959 - PRESSED METALS INSTITUTE - Bedford, Pa
     June 16, 1959 - CHARLOTTE ROTARY CLUB - Charlotte, N.C
     June 17, 1959 - NATIONAL WASTE MATERIAL DEALERS - Louisville, Ky
     Aug. 24, 1959 - VAGABOND MOBILE HOMES MANUFACTURING COMPANY - New  Hudson, Mich.
     Sept. 15, 1959 - CENTRAL MOTOR FREIGHT ASSOC. INCORPORATED - Chicago, Ill.
     Sept. 21, 1959 - VIRGINIA CARBONATED BEVERAGE ASSOC. - Roanoke, Va.
     Sept. 28, 1959 - PACIFIC NORTHWEST INDUSTRIAL HEALTH CONFERENCE - Portland, Ore.
     Sept. 29. 1959 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Longview, Wash.

Box 71
     Oct. 8, 1959 - NEW YORK STATE ASSOC. OF ARCHITECTS - Lake Placid, N.Y.
     Oct. 14, 1959 - RICHMOND FOOD STORES - Richmond, Va.
     Oct. 20, 1959 - VIRGINIA STATE POULTRY FEDERATION CONVENTION - Richmond, Va
     Oct. 22, 1959 - VIRGINIA REAL ESTATE ASSOC. - Williamsburg, Va.
     Nov. 11, 1959 - SOUTHWESTERN WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS' ASSOC. - Chandler, Ariz.
     Nov. 17, 1959 - MISSISSIPPI ASSOC. OF PURCHASING AGENTS - Jackson,Miss
     Nov. 30, 1959 - TOLEDO SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB - Toledo, Ohio.
     Dec. 3, 1959 - SALES EXECUTIVES CLUB OF HUNTINGTON - Huntington, WV.
     Dec. 10, 1959 - KANSAS CITY PURCHASING AGENTS ASSOC. - Kansas City, Mo.
     Jan. 12, 1960 - JR. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Louisville, Ky.
     Jan. 26, 1960 - RURITAN NATIONAL COVENTION - Louisville, Ky
     Feb. 3, 1960 - FT. LEE CHAPTER QUARTERMASTER ASSOC. - Ft. Lee, Va.
     Feb. 17, 1960 - LOUISVILLE SAFETY COUNCIL 39TH ANNUAL DINNER MEETING 
          Louisville, Ky
     Feb. 25, 1960 - KENTUCKY FRIENDSHIP TO KOREAN CHILDREN DINNER - Paducah, Ky.
     March, 1960 - PARTIAL CAMPAIGN SPEECH.
     March 9, 1960 - LATONIA BUSINESS ASSOC. - Covington, Ky.
     March 23, 1960 - KENTUCKY HOSPITAL ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky.
     March 26, 1960 - KENTUCKY COLORED LEADERS CONFERENCE LUNCHEON - Louisville, Ky
     March 30, 1960 - REGIONAL TRANSPORTAlON CONFERENCE - Richmond, Va.
     April 5, 1960 - HENDERSON JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Henderson, Ky.
     April 13, 1960 - LOUISVILLE YOUNG DEMOCRATS - Louisville, Ky.
     April 14, 1960 - FEDERATION OF FEDERAL BANK ASSOC. - Louisville, Ky
     April 22, 1960 - STUDENTS OF BEREA COLLEGE - Berea, Ky
     April 25, 1960 - LOUISVILLE KIWANIS CLUB - Louisville, Ky.
     April 30, 1960 - DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN LUNCHEON - Louisville, Ky.
     May 6, 1960 - ADVANCE PLATFORM HEARING OF DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL
          COMMITTEE Minneapolis, Minn.
     May 18, 1960 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Lexington, Ky
     1960 - IS OUR COUNTRY SAFE /SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN
     1960 - SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPEECH  - Greenup, Ky
     1960 - SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPEECH  - Ashland, Ky.

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     1960 - SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Covington, Ky.
     1960 - SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Bardstown, Ky
     1960 - SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPEECH.
     1960 - SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Paducah, Ky.
     1960 - PROBLEMS OF THE APPALACHIAN REGION I CAMPAIGN SPEECH.
     1960 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Ashland, Ky.
     1960 - WHO IS THIS MAN / THE QUESTION MARK CANDIDATE (NIXON).
     1960 - EXCERPT FROM KEEN JOHNSON SPEECH I TIGHT MONEY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH.
     1960 - PREJUDICE AGAINST JOHN KENNEDY  / CAMPAIGN SPEECH.
     1960 - OPENING STATEMENT I PROGRAM NEW FRONTIER.
     1960 - OPENING STATEMENT  (PRESIDENTIAL AND CAMPAIGN).
     1960 - WHO CARES ABOUT AMERICA'S GROWTH.
     1960 - EXCERPT FROM KEEN JOHNSON'S SPEECH AT STANFORD - Stanford, Ky.
     1960 - WHO CARES ABOUT SCHOOLS CAMPAIGN SPEECH.
     1960 - NOTES FOR 1960 SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN AND 1960 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.
     1960 - STATEMENT CONCERNING 1960 SENATbRIAL AND PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS.
     July 16, 1960 - SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS - Paintsville, Ky
     July 22, 1960 - YOUNG DEMOCRATS RALLY AND FISH FRY - Maysville, Ky.
     July 29, 1960 - KENTUCKY MAGISTRATES AND ASSOCIATION Somerset, Ky.
     Aug. 9, 1960 - CAMPBELLSVILLE KIWANIS CLUB CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Campbellsville, Ky.
     Aug. 11, 1960 - OWENSBORO YOUNG DEMOCRATS CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Owensboro, Ky.
     Sept. 13, 1960 - KY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LUNCHEON - KY State Fair, Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 17, 1960 - SPEECH AT DEWEY LAKE - Dewey Lake, Ky.
     Sept. 19, 1960 - REMARKS AT CONFERENCE - Charleston, W. Va.
     Sept. 22, 1960 - LOUISVILLE ROTARY CLUB - Louisville, Ky
     Sept. 23, 1960 - DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S CLUB - Cumberland Falls, Ky
     Sept. 24, 1960 - VALLEY STATION HIGH SCHOOL - Louisville, Ky.
     Sept. 29, 1960 - SPRINGFIELD CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Springfield, Ky
     Oct. 1, 1960 - CENTRAL CITY CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Central City, Ky.
     Oct. 4, 1960 - GEORGETOWN COLLEGE CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Georgetown, Ky.
     Qct. 12, 1960 - KENTUCKY MUNICIPAL LEAGUE.
     Oct. 28, 1960 - EXCERPT FROM KEEN JOHNSON'S SPEECH.
     Oct. 29, 1960 - EXCERPT FROM KEEN JOHNSON1S SPEECH - Carrollton, Ky.
     Nov. 2, 1960 - DEMOCRATIC THIRD DISTRICT RALLY - Louisville, Ky.
     Nov. 3, 1960 - EXCERPT FROM KEEN JOHNSON'S SPEECH - Newport, Ky.
     Nov. 4, 1960 - CAMPAIGN SPEECH - Franklin, Ky
     Dec. 8, 1960 - GOVERNOR'S INDUSTRIAL SAFETY CONFERENCE - Salem, Oregon.
     May 17, 1961 - NOTES FOR TALK AT BLUEGRASS ORDINANCE DEPOT LUNCHEON Richmond, Ky
     Jan. 18, 1962 - NEWS OF THE WORLD TO RICHMOND WOMAN'S CLUB - Richmond, Ky.
     Sept. 8, 1962 - TALK TO EASTERN PROGRESS STAFF - Richmond, Ky.
     Sept. 18, 1962 - TALK TO BLUEGRASS ARMY DEPOT - Richmond, Ky.
     Sept. 26, 1962 - TALK AT EASTERN CHAPEL - Richmond, Ky.
     Nov. 29, 1964 - REMARKS AT MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DR. H. L.DONOVAN - Lexington, Ky
     SPEECHES BY SCOTT W. LUCAS, HUBERT MEREDITH AND ALBEN W. BARKLEY, AND OTHERS 
     SPEECHES BY HERMAN L. DONOVAN AND W. F. O'DONNELL
     UNIDENTIFIED SPEECHES 

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     193O's - 1960 - SPEECH MATERIAIL.
     SPEECH MATERIAL.
     1953-1960 - SPEECH MATERIAL I QUOTES AND JOKES.
     UNIDENTIFIED SPEECH MATERIAL.

*World War I Series*
Description: The World War I Series consists of two boxes of maps, publications, charts, confidential memos, battle and strategy tactics, and other materials Johnson received as a first lieutenant in the Army School of the Line during his tour of duty in France in 1918. Many of the materials were damaged extensively by water, requiring fumigation and cleaning. These records should be used in conjunction with other World War I materials found in the Publication Series.
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