University of Oklahoma Libraries

Western History Collections

 

Cities Service Oil and Gas Corporation Collection

 

Box 1

Folder:

1.         Multiple copies of a pamphlet titled, Kansas’ Oil Dorado.

 

2.         Report titled, “Arkansas Natural Companies, April, 1936.”

 

3.         Scrapbook of newspaper clippings regarding the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company, 1928.

 

Box 2

Folder:

1.         Coleman County, Texas maps and charts, 1923-1926.

 

2.         Cities Service Company brochures and reports, including:

o   This Is Cities Service

o   About Service, A Chapter from Public Relations in Action

o   Celebrating Opening of Oil Fields in Oklahoma City Area, 1936

o   A Bigger and Better East Chicago Refinery

o   Syncrude: A Profile

o   Syncrude: 1974, A Year of People

o   Beyond the Rhetoric: An Assessment of America’s Energy Options, 1974

o   Cities Service Pipe Line Co., Fauna Pump Station

o   Miami Operations: History and Development, 1975

o   Going Places with Cities Service in 1955

 

3.         Correspondence and preparatory materials for various Founder’s Day celebrations, 1948-1961.

 

4.         Biographical materials on Henry L. Doherty.

 

5.         Printed sheet music for the “Cities Service March.”

           

6.         Typescripts:

o   Cities Service Oil Company, 1962-1970

o   Background: Cities Service Oil Company

 

7.         Typescript program and background material regarding a historical marker for the Greater Seminole Oklahoma Oil Field, 1977.

 

8.         Miscellaneous research material:

o   “As I Remember It,” by Everett Carpenter, Shale Shaker June 1957.

o   Excerpt from “A History of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists: The First Fifty Years,” 1966

o   Typescript news release on Cities Service Company history, 1959.

o   A list of historical names, dates, and events for the Geological Department of Empire Gas & Fuel company

 

9.         Photocopy of “Trek of the Oil Finders: A History of Exploration for Petroleum,” by Edgar Wesley Owen, 1975.

 

Box 3

Folder:

1.         Research material:

o   Manual of Statistics: Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries, n.d.

o   Cities Service Company: Its Position in the Petroleum Industry, 1920.

o   Cities Service Company: Its Properties and the Cities They Serve, by William Wirt Mills.

o   Natural Gas and Electrical Properties of the Cities Service Company, 1936.

o   Cities Service Company Properties in the American Middle West, 1933.

o   Various reports on properties and subsidiaries of Cities Service Company. 

 

2.         Background material regarding a historical marker for the Greater Oklahoma City Oil Field, 1968; and the gift of Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company’s Wild Mary Sudik No. 1 Well to the state of Oklahoma, 1971.

 

3.         Background material regarding historical marker for the first school of petroleum geology, 1975. Includes information on its founder, University of Oklahoma professor Dr. Charles N. Gould.

 

4.         List of Cities Service Company’s Canadian subsidiaries, 1914-1965.

           

5.         Photocopy of the founding document of the Osage Oil and Gas Company, 1896; and photocopy of Golden Book of the Osages by R.G. Fister and G.V. Labadie, 1960.

 

6.         Report titled, “Corporate, Financial, and General History of Cities Service Gas Company and Predecessor Companies from Date of Origin to January 1, 1940,” by C.F. Drath.

 

Box 4

Folder:

1.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1919-1979.

 

2.         Sixty Wall Tower: Aristocrat of Office Buildings.

            My Oklahoma, Volume 1, Number 9, December 1927, regarding oil in Oklahoma

            Oklahoma Statehood Program, Silver Anniversary: 1907-1932, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

 

3.         Report titled, “Cities Service Company, Principal Operating Subsidiaries Resume of 1928 - Outlook for 1929.”

 

4.         Report on Cities Service Company war projects, 1942.

 

5.         Invitation to Henry L. Doherty to become a permanent founding member of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps Country Club, circa 1952.

 

6.         Report titled, “‘Big Inch’ and ‘Little Big Inch’ in Brief,” regarding the history of War Emergency Pipelines, Inc., 1946.

 

Box 5

Folder:

1.         Report by the Cities Service Real Estate Department titled, “Manual of Real Estate Property, New York, Owned and Controlled by Cities Service Company, Henry L. Doherty Company, circa 1930s.

 

2.         Report titled, “Real Estate in Greater New York Owned and Operated by Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries,” circa 1937.

 

3.         Proceedings of the 15th Annual Sales Meeting, Industrial Chemical Marketing Division, Tennessee Corporation, 1967.

 

4.         Report of Empire Refining Co. and Subsidiaries; September 30, 1918.

 

5.         Report of Empire Refining Co. and Subsidiaries; October 10, 1918.

 

6.         Handwritten notes, “Geology and Oil Development of the El Dorado Field.”

 

7.         Printed material:

o   Brochure, “The Best Oil Known to Science”

o   The Expanding Circle, January-February 1964: This Is Cities Service Oil Company

o   Photocopied maps of Cities Service Operations

 

Box 6

Folder:

1.         Photocopied property maps, 1900-1910.

 

2.         Photocopied property maps, 1910-1920 .

 

3.         Photocopied property maps, 1920-1930.

 

4.         Photocopied property maps, 1930-1940.

 

5.         Photocopied property maps, 1940-1950.

 

6.         Photocopied property maps, 1950-1960.

 

7.         Photocopied property maps, 1960-1970.

 

8.         Photocopied property maps, 1970-1980.

 

9.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. I: General Summary.

 

10.       Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. II: Empire Gas and Fuel Company, Delaware; El Dorado Field.

 

Box 7

Item:

1.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. III: Empire Gas and Fuel Company, Delaware; Augusta Field.

 

2.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. IV: Empire Gas and Fuel Company, Delaware; Miscellaneous Kansas fields.

 

3.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. IV (?): Ohio group.

 

Box 8

Item:

1.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. V: Empire Gas and Fuel Company, Delaware; Miscellaneous Oklahoma and Arkansas fields.

 

2.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. VI: Midland Oil Company.

 

3.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Vol. VII: Steyner Oil Company; 59 Osage Oil Company; The Warren Company, Sentinel Oil and Gas Company.

 

Box 9

Item:

1.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. American Eagle, Kansas; Natural Gas; Empire Gas and Fuel; and Planet Petroleum Company and Map.

 

2.         Maps. Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. American Eagle, Kansas, Natural Gas; Empire Gas and Fuel; and Planet Petroleum Company. 

 

Box 10

Item:

1.         Ledger book of dissolved, divested, and sold companies of Cities Service, circa 1940s.

 

2.         Cities Service Company Consolidated report of earned and capital surplus by company, 1938-1942.

 

3.         Cities Service Company and subsidiaries annual report, 1927.

 

4.         Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries annual report, 1928.

 

Box 11

Item:

1.         Cities Service Power and Light Company. Report on Examination of Accounts Relating to Investments in Securities of Subsidiary Companies, December 31, 1937.

 

2.         Cities Service Company. Report on Cost of Companies Acquired in 1913 Consolidation. Includes consolidation plan (1913) and report (1922).

 

3.         Report: History and Statistics of Subsidiaries of Cities Service Company, January 1, 1928.

 

4.         Appraisal of Oil Properties, Cities Service Co., Jan. 1, 1923, by E. DeGolyer and James O. Lewis. Crew Levick Company, Pennsylvania; Empire Oil and Gas Company, Inc.

 

5.         Vol. VI Report on Crew Levick Company, Cities Service Company, A.R. Newcombe Oil Company, Warner-Quinlan Company, to Henry L. Doherty & Company, New York, NY. December 28, 1932.

 

Box 12

Item:

1.         Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries annual report, 1928.

 

2.         Cities Service Company. Report on Examination of Accounts Relating to Investments in Securities of Subsidiary Companies, December 31, 1937.

 

3.         Cities Service Company. Analysis of Investment Accounts from January 1, 1938 to December 31, 1952.

 

Box 13

Folder:

1.         Cities Service Company. Analysis of Investment Account from January 1, 1938, to September 30, 1949.

 

2.         Centennial edition of the Titusville Herald (Pennsylvania), “One Hundred Years of Oil,” 1959.

 

3.         The Doherty Rate: Known in some localities as The Three Part Rate and the Readiness to Serve Rate in universal practice among electrical Central Station Companies, 1923.

 

4.         Doherty News, various issues from 1918, 1919, 1923, 1930, 1932.

            Doherty Daily News, May 21, 1919.

 

5.         Printed meeting programs from Cities Service Research and Development Company, 1957-1961; and a printed advertisement for Wyandotte Detergent, used at Sixty Wall Tower.

 

6.         “ ‘The Cities Service Story’ Cities Service Company: A Case History of American Enterprise,” by W. Alton Jones. The Newcomen Society, 1955.

 

Box 14

Folder:

1.         Mr. Henry L. Doherty’s Ideal Distribution System for Gas, a 1930 reprint from the 1922 American Gas Association Annual Convention.

            Discussion of Mr. Griswold’s Paper on “Further Presentation of the Doherty Ideal Distribution System” by Henry L. Doherty, American Gas Association Annual Convention, 1922.

 

2.         Various promotional brochures and publicity materials regarding Sixty Wall Tower in New York. Includes information on the building’s elevator system.

           

3.         Biographical material on W. Alton Jones.

 

Box 15

Folder:

1.         Printed booklet of facts and statistics regarding Cities Service Company, 1924. Includes a map titled, “Heart of the Empire.”

 

2.         Promotional brochures and printed information about Sixty Wall Tower in New York.

 

3.         Transcript of Testimony of Henry L. Doherty before the Public Utilities Commission for the State of Kansas in the Matter of the Order of Investigation into Gas Rates at Hutchinson, Newton and Other Cities Supplied by the Western Distributing Company, and Other Cities Receiving Gas from the Wichita Natural Gas Company. Hearing at Topeka, Kansas, July 28-29, 1919.

 

            Newspaper clippings regarding Doherty vs. The Kansas City Star, Woodring, et al., 1931.

 

4.         A leather-bound calligraphied memorial tribute to Henry Latham Doherty by the Board of Directors of Cities Service Company, 1940. In slipcase.

 

5.         Miscellaneous collected biographical material on Henry L. Doherty.

 

6.         A leather-bound calligraphied memorial tribute to Henry Latham Doherty by the Board of Directors of Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America, 1940.

 

7.         Obituaries of Henry L. Doherty from various newspapers, 1939.

 

Box 16

Folder:

1.         Printed manuals (1930s) and a roster (1904-1932) for the Doherty Training Schools.

 

2.         Summaries of H. L. Doherty patents, 1899-1933.

 

3.         Cities Service Company Management Memo, 1967-1976.

 

4.         Selected Views of Empire Gas and Fuel Company (Delaware) and Subsidiary Companies, after 1926. Prepared by the Valuation Department, The Empire Companies. Includes copies of maps and images of properties.

 

5.         Miscellaneous typescripts of historical information on Cities Service Company, including a 1974 speech by A. P. Frame and a 1950 article on “Wild Mary” Sudik.

 

6.         Report titled, “Highlights of Operations, Cities Service Oil Company” for Mr. S. A. Maybud. Bartlesville, Okla., September 28, 1956.

 

7.         Typescript statements from the Security Analysts’ Meeting at Lake Charles, Louisiana, June 28, 1954. Includes the June 1954 issue of Empire.

           

Box 17

Folder:

1.         Copies of various patent applications regarding oil and gas production, 1918-1941.

 

2.         Cities Service and Employees of the Ponca City Refinery, compiled by Paul C. “Shorty” Rose, circa 1970.

 

3.         Cities Service and Employees of the Ponca City Refinery, compiled by Paul C. “Shorty” Rose, circa 1970.

 

4.         Report titled, “A Short History of the Companies Comprising the Gas Division of the Empire Gas and Fuel Company of Bartlesville, Oklahoma,” July 12, 1927.

 

5.         Biographical information on S.B. “Mike” Irelan.

 

Box 18

Folder:

1.         Biographical information on J.E. Heston.

 

2.         Biographical information on J.E. Heston.

 

3.         Biographical information on R.L. Kidd.

 

4.         Biographical information on A.W. Ambrose.

           

5.         Environmental conservation research material, 1969-1973.

           

6.         Study report titled, “Gasoline from ‘Synthetic’ Crude Oil,” by Walter O. Shelling. February 1915.

 

7.         Cities Service Oil Co. Supervisors' Newsletter, (Bartlesville) 1952-1970.

           

 

Box 19

Folder:

1.         Copies of various patent applications regarding oil and gas production, 1928-1951.

           

2.         Copies of various patent applications regarding oil and gas production, 1930-1964.

           

3.         Progress: 1921-1926. The Ohio Public Service Co.

 

4.         The November 1969 issue of Lines, published by the Public Service Company of Colorado. Features a history of the company, including H. L. Doherty as one of its early leaders.

           

5.         Cities Service Company’s listing application to the New York Stock Exchange, January 10, 1962.

 

6.         Memo to W.A. Jones regarding the Public Service Company of Colorado, March 18, 1935.

            The Securities Salesman, Vol. 1 No. 15, 1925.

 

            Printed text of an address by W. Alton Jones before the Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, December 4, 1957.

 

7.         The TCC Story: A Portrait of the Tennessee Copper Company, 1960.

 

8.         History of the Litigation of the Kansas Natural Gas Company, n.d.

 

9.         Doherty News and Doherty Daily News, various issues from 1919 and 1923.

           

10.       U.S. PP Phos Pholks, 1965-1970. For the employees of U.S. Phosphoric Products Division Tennessee Corporation, a subsidiary of Cities Service Company.

 

Box 20

Folder:

1.         Topics, 1957. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

2.         Topics, 1958. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

3.         Topics, 1959. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

4.         Topics, 1960. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

5.         Topics, 1961. Tennessee Copper Company

 

6.         Topics, 1962. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

7.         Topics, 1963. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

8.         Topics, 1964. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

9.         Topics, 1965. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

10.       Topics, 1968-1970. Tennessee Copper Company.

 

11.       Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries annual report, 1930.

 

Box 21

Item:

1.         “Report No. 1743h on Empire Gas & Fuel Company (Delaware) and Affiliated Companies,” (Kansas Natural Gas Company, Marnet Mining Company, Pawhuska Oil and Gas Company), by Day and Zimmerman, 1921.

 

2.         Men, Oil and War, by D. Thomas Curtin. Chicago: Petroleum Industry Committee, 1946.

 

Box 22

Folder:

1.         Managers’ Meeting, Doherty Operating Company, 1914.

 

2.         Managers’ Meeting, Doherty Operating Company, 1914.

 

3.         Managers’ Meeting, Doherty Operating Company, Feb. 15, 1912.

 

4.         The Pulse of the Organization, edited by Leonhard Felix Fuld, Educational Director, Bond Department, Henry L. Doherty & Company, New York, [1920].

 

5.         Petroleum Conservation, edited by Stuart E. Buckley. American Institute of Mining & Metallurgical Engineering, 1951.

 

Box 23

Folder:

1.         A Manual of Communities Served by Corporations Operated by the Henry L. Doherty Organization, 1920.

 

2.         A Manual of Communities Served by Corporations Operated by the Henry L. Doherty Organization, 1920.

 

3.         Minutes of the Executive Conference of the Doherty Organization, November 22-24, 1920.

 

4.         Minutes of the Executive Conference of the Doherty Organization, November 22-24, 1920.

 

5.         Supreme Court of the U.S. brief, Cities Service Gas Company vs. Federal Power Commission; Public Service Commission of the State of Missouri; the City of Kansas City, Missouri; the State Corporation Commission of Kansas; and the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma, November 1946.

 

Box 24

Folder:

1.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service history from The Empire, 1918-1925.

 

2.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service history from The Empire, 1918-1943, 1946.

 

3.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service history from The Empire, 1945-1950.

 

4.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service history from The Empire, 1953.

 

5.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes on El Dorado - Chapter 7.

 

6.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service history from The Empire, 1957-1959.

 

7.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes and research material for Chapter 9 on Seminole, 1922-1928.          

           

8.         William Donohue Ellis’ notes on 1914 Cities Service meeting.

 

 9.        William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Jacob Bartles and Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

 

10.       William Donohue Ellis’ notes on various Cities Service magazines and newsletters, 1959-1962.

 

11.       William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service, 1959-1970.

 

12.       William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Services reports, 1910-1977.

 

13.       William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service, 1963-1965.

 

14.       William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service, 1965-1966.

 

15.       William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service, 1973-1979.

 

16.       William Donohue Ellis’ notes on Cities Service, 1971-1980.

 

Box 25

Folder:

1.         Cities Service Company: Report on the Disposition of Public Utility Investments, final version, 1961. (Divestiture under the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935)

 

2.         Cities Service Company: Plan for Compliance with Section 11(b) of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935 with Respect to Arkansas Fuel Oil Corporation, September 17, 1958.

 

3.         Statement Concerning Cities Service Company. Presented by W. Alton Jones before Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives at Hearing on the Proposed Public Utility Act of 1935 (HR 5423). April 2, 1935.  

 

4.         Cities Service Company: Plan Pursuant to Section 11(e) of Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935 for Simplification of Corporate Structure. November 20, 1946.

 

5.         Notice to the Security Holders of Cities Service Company and others regarding the court’s enforcement of the plan pursuant to sections 11(e) and 18(f) of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935. Includes printed letter to stockholders from W. Alton Jones, 1946.

 

6.         Handwritten notes on Cities Service Company divestiture.

 

7.         Notes and research material on the Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America; and a photocopy of Henry L. Doherty’s application for a license to practice engineering or land surveying, 1923.

 

8.         Photocopy of W. Alton Jones’ “ ‘The Cities Service Story’ Cities Service Company: A Case History of American Enterprise,” The Newcomen Society, 1955.

 

9.         NGL (Natural Gas Liquids) Project Development Seminar, Fred H. Ramseur, Jr., Consultant.  Transcripts to tapes 1-5. October 23, 1980.

 

10.       NGL Project Development Seminar, Fred H. Ramseur, Jr., Consultant. Transcripts to tapes 6-8. October 23, 1980.

 

11.       NGL Project Development Seminar, Fred H. Ramseur, Jr., Consultant. Transcripts to tapes 9-11. October 23, 1980.

 

12.       NGL Project Development Seminar, Fred H. Ramseur, Jr., Consultant. Transcripts to tapes 12-14. October 23, 1980.

 

Box 26

Folder:

1.         Lists and notes for illustrations that were not used in Book III of William Donohue Ellis’s history of Cities Service Company.

 

2.         “Regulating the Gas Producer. 1954-1964: 10 Years of Turmoil. A Special Tear-Out Section on the Anniversary of the Phillips Decision.”

 

3.         Correspondence to John Steiger regarding the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1974.

 

4.         “Cities Service Company,” by J.D. Summers, 1958. (University of Oklahoma English 120 paper).

 

            “Oil Production Division: History – Operation and Future.” January 1945.

 

5.         Research material on LP Gas (liquefied petroleum gas).

 

6.         Photocopied research material on Henry Vernon Foster and the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company.

 

7.         Research notes on Oklahoma City.

 

8.         A photocopied advertisement for investing in Cities Service Company, 1930.

 

            A 1930 Cities Service Company brochure, From Oil Well to Customer.

 

9.         Research notes on Jenny Oil.

 

10.       Notes and a newspaper clipping on H.L. Doherty's 1928 wedding.

 

11.       Notes on the Cities Service Company Tank Fleet.

 

12.       Biographical material and notes on Henry L. Doherty.

 

13.       Research material on Ned Beecher and the Doherty Research Company.

 

14.       Research material on Henry L. Doherty and the issues of unitization and oil conservation.

 

15.       Research notes on the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company.

 

16.       Tulsa Daily World, June 21, 1939, featuring “Oklahoma’s Empire Builders,” with a biographical sketch of Burdette Blue, president of the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company.

 

17.       Research material on Oklahoma City for Chapter 10 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

18.       Research material on the Athabasca Oil Sands area and Syncrude.

 

19.       A photocopy of the original lease for the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company, 1896.

 

20.       Illustration notes for “Into the Badlands,” Chapter 12 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

21.       Illustration notes and material for “Valley of the ‘30’s,” Chapter 11 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

22.       Illustration notes on the Seminole Field for Chapter 9 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

23.       A photocopied image of Texas for Chapter 8 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

24.       Illustration notes on the El Dorado Field for Chapter 7 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

Box 27

Folder:

1.         Services of Henry L. Doherty and Company to Subsidiaries of Cities Service Company Volume II. December 1933.

 

2.         Audit reports of the Property Tax Department, 1938. Includes historical corporate data, active companies, oil companies, marketing companies, gas companies, and miscellaneous.

 

3.         Oil in Oklahoma, by Robert Gregory. Muskogee, Okla.: Leake Industries, Inc., 1976.

 

4.         Oil in Oklahoma, by Robert Gregory. Muskogee, Okla.: Leake Industries, Inc., 1976.

 

5.         Oil in Oklahoma, by Robert Gregory. Muskogee, Okla.: Leake Industries, Inc., 1976.

 

Box 28

Folder:

1.         The History of Geophysical Prospecting Volume I and II by George Elliott Sweet. Los Angeles: Science Press, 1966.

 

2.         Research material on El Dorado-Augusta, 1912-1915, for Chapter 7 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

3.         Research material on marketing at Cities Service Company.

 

4.         Research material on the Tennessee Copper Company.

 

5.         Research notes and excerpts from Oklahoma Oil by Kenny Franks.

 

6.         Cities Service Company - Ecopetrol brochure in Spanish regarding the completion of a natural gas processing plant and gas reinjection plant in Colombia, 1966.

 

7.         Research notes and material on the Tennessee Copper Company, including a speech by J. E. Murray at the 15th Annual Sales Meeting of the Industrial Chemicals Marketing Division, Tennessee Corporation, 1967.

 

8.         Drafts and research notes on the Tennessee Copper Company.

 

9.         An issue of Cities Service Today that includes an article on the Washington, D.C., office of Cities Service, 1979.

 

10.       Draft material on the Richfield Oil Company and its merger with Atlantic.

 

11.       Research notes and material on Copperhill, Tennessee, operations.

 

12.       Material on Cities Service Company Research and Development for Chapter 25 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

13.       Research material on Cities Service operations, 1965-1967, 1976. Includes issues of Trimark, Cities Service News, and Delta.

 

14.       Text of a CITGO marketing presentation by Bob Brown in New York, circa 1971.

 

15.       Research material for Chapter 26 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

Box 29

Folder:

1.         Newspaper clippings regarding the marriage of Henry L. Doherty and Grace Eames, 1929.

 

2.         Newspaper clippings regarding the marriage of Henry L. Doherty and Grace Eames, 1929.

 

3.         Newspaper clippings regarding the marriage of Henry L. Doherty and Grace Eames, 1929.

 

4.         Drafts and notes for Chapter 1 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

5.         A list of founding dates of various oil companies.

 

6.         Text of a speech by R. V. Sellers regarding a historical marker at the Energy Technology Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, October 27, 1978. Includes related article on the Bartlesville Experiment Station.

 

7.         Agreements with two contractors for repair work at the Welch and Eunice sites in Midland, Texas, 1983.

 

8.         Research material and catalogs for the FESCO line of products from Cities Service Company, 1967, 1980.

 

9.         Research notes from an interview with Lillian Johnson.

 

10.       Research material on the Lake Charles, Louisiana, operations of Cities Service Company.

 

11.       Research material on Cities Service Company refining operations in Canada.

 

12.       Article on R. E. “Gene” Burger, president of the Ohio Public Service Company.

 

13.       Excerpt from an article on Empire Gas and Fuel Company, 1927.

 

14.       News release and a list regarding companies or divisions sold by Cities Service Company, 1979.

 

15.       Biographical information on Charles S. Mitchell, including a letter from Mrs. Mitchell, 1979.

 

16.       Research material on operations, for Chapter 18 of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

17.       Photocopy of a newspaper on the MAPICO Iron Oxide operation and its founder, Dr. Peter Fireman, 1935.

 

18.       Research material on Osage oil and gas leases in Oklahoma Territory, including a copy of the mining lease for prospecting and mining for oil and gas in the Osage Reservation in 1896; and a photocopy of Golden Book of the Osages by R.G. Fister and G.V. Labadie, 1960.

 

19.       Research material on the Osage, John N. Florer and other Osage Agents, and the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company.

 

20.       A list titled, “History of Cities Service Broadcasts; AM Radio – 12/29/25 to date; TV (simulcast) – 10/17/49 to 1/9/50.”

 

21.       Reports and speeches from Cities Service Company management conferences, 1977-1979.

 

22.       Research material on Cities Service Company offshore operations, 1967-1975

 

23.       Research material on Cities Service Company offshore operations and pipelines, 1974.

 

Box 30

Folder:

1.         Biographical material on Herbert Randall Straight.

 

2.         Research materials on offshore operations of Cities Service Company.

 

3.         Research materials on offshore operations of Cities Service Company.

 

4.         Oklahoma City oil field status, 1947.

 

5.         Cities Service Today, Number 9, 1980.

 

6.         “Cities Service Oil Company Program for Action,” by the Management Development Division, January 1967.

 

7.         Research material on Miami Copper Operations, 1966-1979.

 

8.         Research material on the Hugoton-Panhandle gas field.

 

9.         Oil Hill: The Town That Cities Service Built, by Lawrence P. Klintworth. El Dorado, Kansas: Butler County Historical Society, 1977.

 

10.       The Empire, 1918-1919.

 

11.       The Empire, 1919-1920.

 

            [See Also: HD 9569 .E5E54 in Oversized Section of WHC Library for parts of Vol. 6 & 7 of The Empire]

 

Box 31

Folder:

1.         The Empire, 1928.

 

2.         The Empire, 1929.

 

3.         The Empire, 1930.

 

4.         The Empire, 1931.

 

5.         The Empire, 1940-1941.

 

6.         The Empire, 1942-1943.

 

Box 32

Folder:

1.         The Empire, 1944-1945.

 

2.         The Empire, 1946.

 

3.         The Empire, 1947.

 

4.         The Empire, 1948.

 

5.         The Empire, 1949.

 

Box 33

Folder:

1.         The Empire, 1950.

 

2.         The Empire, 1951.

 

3.         The Empire, 1952.

 

4.         The Empire, 1953.

 

5.         The Empire, 1954.

 

Box 34

Folder:

1.         The Empire, 1955.

 

2.         The Empire, 1956.

 

3.         The Empire, 1957.

 

4.         The Empire, 1958.

 

5.         The Empire, 1959.

 

Box 35

Folder:

1.         The Empire, 1960.

 

2.         The Empire, 1961.

 

3.         The Empire, 1962.

 

4.         The Empire, 1962.

 

5.         The Empire, 1963.

 

Box 36

Folder:

1.         Doherty News, various issues 1928, 1929, 1930.

 

2.         The Expanding Circle, 1934-1936.

 

3.         The Expanding Circle, 1940.

 

4.         The Expanding Circle, 1947.

 

5.         The Expanding Circle, 1948.

 

Box 37

Folder:

1.         The Expanding Circle, 1949.

 

2.         The Expanding Circle, 1950.

 

3.         The Expanding Circle, 1951.

 

4.         The Expanding Circle, 1952.

 

5.         The Expanding Circle, 1953.

 

Box 38

Folder:

1.         The Expanding Circle, 1954.

 

2.         The Expanding Circle, 1955.

 

3.         The Expanding Circle, 1956.

 

4.         The Expanding Circle, 1957.

 

Box 39

Folder:

1.         The Expanding Circle, 1958.

 

2.         The Expanding Circle, 1959.

 

3.         The Expanding Circle, 1960.

 

4.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1912-1925 .

 

Box 40

Folder:

1.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1962-1935.

 

2.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1936-1947.

 

3.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1948-1955.

 

4.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1956-1963.

 

5.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1964-1970.

 

Box 41

Folder:

1.         Cities Service Company annual reports to stockholders, 1971-1976.

 

2.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company, 1945-1946.

 

3.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company, 1947-1948.

 

4.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company, 1949-1950.

 

5.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company, 1951-1952.

 

6.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company, 1953-1954.

 

Box 42

Folder:

1.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company, 1962-1963.

 

2.         The Expanding Circle, 1961-1963.

 

3.         The Expanding Circle, 1963-1965.

 

4.         An Adventure Called Skelly: A History of Skelly Oil Company through Fifty Years, 1919-1969, by Roberta Louise Ironside. Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1970.

 

Box 43

Folder:

1.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company 1955-1956.

 

2.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company 1957-1958.

 

3.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company 1959-1961.

 

4.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company 1971.

 

5.         Bound issue of Tulsa, Volume 58 No. 5, November 20, 1980. Special edition, “Energy, 75 Years after Glenn Pool.”

 

Box 44

Folder:

1.         Service: A Publication of Cities Service Company, 1971-1972, various issues.

           

2.         Trimark 1965-1967.

 

3.         Trimark 1967-1969.

 

4.         Trimark 1969-1970.

 

Box 45

Folder:

1.         Who’s Who in the Doherty Organization, proof edition. 

 

2.         Who’s Who in the Doherty Organization 1930.

 

3.         Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1947.

 

4.         Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1950.

 

5.         Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1953.

 

6.         Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1956.

 

7.         Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1960.

 

8.         Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1965.

 

9.         Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1968.

 

10.       Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1971.

 

11.       Who’s Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1975.

 

Box 46

Folder:

1.         Henry L. Doherty, Principles and Ideas for Doherty Men, Vol. I.

 

2.         Henry L. Doherty, Principles and Ideas for Doherty Men, Vol. II.

 

3.         Henry L. Doherty, Principles and Ideas for Doherty Men, Vol. III.

 

4.         Henry L. Doherty, Principles and Ideas for Doherty Men, Vol. IV.

 

5.         Henry L. Doherty, Principles and Ideas for Doherty Men, Vol. V.

 

6.         Henry L. Doherty, Principles and Ideas for Doherty Men, Vol. VI.

 

7.         Our Oil Resources, edited by Leonard M. Fanning. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1945.

 

8.         Energy Politics by David Howard Davis. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1974.

 

Box 47

Folder:

1.         Energy and Man: A Symposium, by Allan Nevins, Robert G. Dunlop, Edward Teller, Edward Mason, and Herbert Hoover. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1960.

 

2.         The Exception: The Story of Ashland Oil and Refining Company, by Otto J. Scott. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1968.

 

3.         The Cajuns: From Acadia to Louisiana by William Faulkner Rushton. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1979.

 

4.         Proceedings of the National Forum on Growth with Environmental Quality? Edited by George R. Waller and Leo F. Edison, Jr., 1974.

 

5.         Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. July, 1955.

 

6.         Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. December, 1965.

 

7.         Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. September, 1966.

 

8.         Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. December, 1967.

 

9.         Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. August, 1968.

 

10.       Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. February, 1971.

 

11.       Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. February, 1971.

 

12.       Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. July, 1971.

 

13.       Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. October, 1971.

 

14.       Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma, August, 1972.

 

15.       Telephone Directory, Cities Service Oil Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma, August, 1974.

 

16.       Men, Money and Oil, the Story of an Industry by Leonard M. Fanning. Cleveland: The World Publishing Company, 1966.

 

17.       Portrait in Oil: How the Ohio Oil Company Grew to Become Marathon, by Hartzell Spence. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1962.

 

18.       Ellick Botts Lights a Few Candles: The Petroleum Philosopher of Gray Horse Oklahoma Charts a Course for 1947 and Every New Year, by Lawrence E. Smith. Buffalo, NY: The Hansauer Press, 1947.

 

Box 48

Folder:

1.         Enterprise in Oil: A History of Shell in the United States, by Kendall Beaton. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1957.

 

2.         Conoco:  The First One Hundred Years, Building on the Past for the Future. New York: Special Marketing Division, Dell Publishing Company, 1975.

 

3.         A History of the Petroleum Administration for War, 1941-1945, by John W. Frey and H. Chandler Ide. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946.

 

Box 49

Folder:

1.         Employees' Directory, General Offices, Empire Companies, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 1919. 

 

2.         Innovations in Energy, The Story of Kerr-McGee, by John Samuel Ezell. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1979.

 

3.         Initiative in Energy, The Story of Dresser Industries, by Darwin Payne. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979.

 

4.         Oklahoma's Blending of Many Cultures: The Official Book for Oklahoma’s Celebration of the American Revolution Bicentennial: Illustrated in Oklahoma Art, by Lu Celia Wise, 1974.

 

5.         Photocopied articles about the IBM 7070-1401 computer used at the Bartlesville headquarters of Cities Service Company, 1962, 1964.

 

6.         Photocopied articles on miscellaneous Cities Service Company operations. Includes an organizational chart for the NGL Group Organization for 1970.

 

7.         Research material on oil and gas operations in the Santa Barbara Channel.

 

Box 50

Folder:

1.         Photocopied articles on miscellaneous Cities Service Company operations and events.

 

2.         Miscellaneous research material on various Cities Service Company topics, including the Tidelands, Continental Shelves, the Arctic, Lewis River Test and Alaska’s North Slope, Herbert R. Straight, Bartlesville Energy Technology Center, Natural Gas Liquids Group, and others.

 

3.         Miscellaneous research material on various Cities Service Company topics, including a speech by A. P. Frame at the Columbian Division Sales Meeting in 1974.

 

4.         Research material regarding the move of Cities Service Company headquarters from Bartlesville to Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1968.

 

Box 51

Folder:

1.         Cities Service Company’s Employee Thrift Plan financial statements and prospectuses; stockholders’ annual meeting brochures; and a prospectus exchange offer for Atlantic Richfield Company stock, 1963-1975.

 

2.         Cities Service Company’s Employee Thrift Plan financial statements and prospectuses; stockholders’ annual meeting brochures, 1961-1970.

 

3.         Research material on Cities Service Company offshore operations in the Gulf Coast area of Louisiana, and related history of the tidelands.

 

4.         Research material on the continental shelves.

 

5.         Research material on Alaska’s Lewis River and North Slope.

 

6.         Newspaper clippings and news releases regarding the sale of leases on Alaska’s North Slope, 1969.

 

Box 52

Folder:

1.         Research material on oil in the Arctic region, particularly Canada and Alaska, 1970s.

 

2.         Miscellaneous general research material on the history of Cities Service Company. Includes a book of coupons for Cities Service Oil stations in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, North and South Dakota, Iowa, 1935, which was redeemed in 1975.

 

3.         Statistics on the El Dorado, Kansas, Field, 1956-1962.

 

4.         Research material on pipelines and pipeline “pigs.”

 

5.         Research material on alternative energy sources.

 

6.         Research material on the general history of oil, and a chart of ownership of the Empire companies in 1925.

 

7.         Research material on the general history of oil, and the Cities Service Company’s El Dorado Field in Kansas.

 

8.         Report titled, “Sketches of the American Middle West,” regarding the history of energy in the West; a photocopy of “Chronology of Mr. Doherty’s Work on Oil Conservation,” by James J. Delaney in 1933, and related material.

 

9.         Report II of the Federal Oil Conservation Board to the President of the United States, Federal Oil Conservation Board, USGPO, 1928.

 

10.       Report III of the Federal Oil Conservation Board to the President of the United States, Federal Oil Conservation Board, USGPO, 1929.

 

11.       Report IV of the Federal Oil Conservation Board to the President of the United States, Federal Oil Conservation Board, USGPO, 1930.

 

12.       Report V of the Federal Oil Conservation Board to the President of the United States, Federal Oil Conservation Board, USGPO, 1932.

 

Box 53

Folder:

1.         Correspondence to Judge H. O. Caster from Cities Service Company employees and others regarding Henry L. Doherty, 1933.

 

2.         Two copies of a 1933 list titled, “Associates of Mr. Doherty Outside of Organization;” a copy of The Doherty Rate, 1923; and Report of the Federal Oil Conservation Board to the President of the United States, Part I, USGPO, 1926.

 

3.         Photocopy of Henry L. Doherty’s application for a license to practice professional engineering and/or land surveying, 1923; a list of patents taken out by Doherty, 1899-1922; a reprint of Doherty’s “The Conservation of Oil,” 1938; and related materials.

 

4.         Federal Oil Conservation Board, Public Hearing, May 27, 1926; and “Chronology of Mr. Doherty’s Work on Oil Conservation,” by James J. Delaney, 1933.

 

5.         Photocopied research material regarding the reorganization of Richfield Oil Company, 1926-1934.

 

6.         Statement of W. Alton Jones, Committee on Post-War Disposal of Pipe Lines, Refineries and Tankers, before the Special Committee Investigating Petroleum Resources, United States Senate, July 1947.

 

7.         Sixty Wall Tower: The Aristocrat of Office Buildings.

 

8.         Report titled, “Prominent Men Not Listed in Who’s Who, Suggested by Property Managers.”

 

9.         Research material on oil operations at Prince Edward Island, Canada, 1926-1942.

 

Box 54

Folder:

1.         Federal Oil Conservation Board Public Hearings. February 10-11, 1926, and May 27, 1926.

 

2.         Reports II, III, IV and V of the Federal Oil Conservation Board to the President of the United States, 1928-1932.

 

3.         Summaries of patents by Henry L. Doherty, and miscellaneous biographical materials on Doherty.

 

4.         The Empire Companies, 1936.

            Building an Empire, n.d.

            Oil and War: Cities Service Dedicates One of the World’s Largest 100-Octane and Butadiene Plants at Lake Charles, Louisiana.

            Sixty Wall Tower: The Aristocrat of Office Buildings.

 

5.         “Suggestions for Conservation of Petroleum by Control of Production,” by Henry L. Doherty, 1925.

            “Further Presentation of the Doherty Ideal Distribution System,” by R. G. Griswold, 1922.

            “Facts Concerning the Life of a Pipe,” by R. G. Griswold, 1928.

 

6.         Biographical material on Henry L. Doherty, including Doherty’s 1932 birthday address; a list of his contributions to the field; memorials to Doherty; and a 1981 letter from John Steiger outlining Doherty’s work.

 

7.         Materials for the Cities Service Company Directors’ Meeting in Lake Charles, Louisiana, 1966.

 

8.         Typescript articles on oil and gas from the St. Joseph Gazette and St. Joseph News-Press (Missouri), 1905-1929.

 

9.         A typed list of articles on sulfur in petroleum and petroleum products, 1928-1930.

 

Box 55

Folder:

1.         Case No. 345220 in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri, at Kansas City. Henry L. Doherty, Plaintiff, vs. the Kansas City Star Company, A Corporation, George B. Longan, Roy A. Roberts and Fred C. Trigg, Defendants. Suggestions of Plaintiff in Opposition to Demurrer to Petition.

 

2.         Typed abstracts of articles from the Joplin Globe regarding natural gas, 1903-1913.

 

3.         Typed list of five hundred prominent Americans classified by state.

 

4.         Typed excerpts from articles in The Wichita Eagle regarding natural gas, 1902-1910.

 

5.         An incomplete copy of an employment application form by Henry L. Doherty, n.d.

 

6.         Printed information on Cities Service World War II projects:

o   When Cities Service Went to War, 1946

o   Fuel for the Fighting Fronts… Via “Big Inch” and “Little Big Inch.”

o   Informational packet for Cities Service Lake Charles, Louisiana, Operations

o   Statement of W. Alton Jones, Chairman of the Committee on Post-War Disposal of Pipe Lines, Refineries and Tankers before the Special Committee Investigating Petroleum Resources, United States Senate, 1945.

o   Reprint from the June 1945 issue of World Petroleum regarding the Big Inch Pipeline

o   Reprint from the July 8, 1944 Oil and Gas Journal regarding the War Products Plant in Lake Charles, Louisiana

o   Brochure titled, Oil and War, regarding the Lake Charles, Louisiana operations

 

7.         Brochures and reports on Cities Service Company and its subsidiaries.

 

8.         Photocopy of the Edwin Foster’s oil and gas prospecting lease on the Osage Reservation, 1896; and typescript summary of the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company.

 

9.         Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1907: Daily Oklahoman special oil section dated 1936.

 

10.       Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1931: Governor Murray.

 

11.       Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1934: Miller Brothers 101 Ranch.

 

12.       Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1939: General Oklahoma history.

 

13.       Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1940: Oil industry in Oklahoma.

 

14.       Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1943: Osage County, Oklahoma.

 

15.       Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1945: Guymon, Oklahoma.

 

16.       Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1946: Seminole Field.

 

Box 56

Folder:

1.         Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1947: General history.

 

2.         Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1949: First commercial oil well in Oklahoma.

 

3.         Research material on oil history in Kansas for 1958: Augusta and El Dorado fields.

 

4.         Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1960: Waterflooding in Kansas and Oklahoma.

 

5.         Research material on oil history in Oklahoma for 1966: Seminole Field.

 

6.         Correspondence, daily drilling reports, and typescript history of Stapleton #1, Butler (Field) Co., in El Dorado, Kansas.

 

7.         Historical material on the El Dorado field in Kansas.

 

8.         Historical material on the El Dorado field in Kansas, including 25th and 50th anniversary celebrations.

 

9.         Historical material on the El Dorado field in Kansas for the 25th anniversary and Oil Men’s Reunion, 1940.

 

Box 57

Folder:

1.         Research material on oil history in Oklahoma City. Includes The Oklahoma City Oil Field: In Pictures, 1930; and an 50th anniversary brochure for the Oklahoma City Oil Field.

 

2.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas: 50th anniversary.

 

3.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas: 50th anniversary.

 

4.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas.

 

5.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1920.

 

6.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1925.

 

7.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1935.

 

8.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1940.

 

9.         Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1940-1947.

 

10.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1950.

 

11.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1953.

 

12.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1954.

 

13.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1955.

 

14.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1956.

 

15.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1957.

 

16.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1958.

 

17.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1959.

 

18.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1960.

 

19.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1961.

 

20.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1962.

 

21.       Research material on the history of the El Dorado Field in Kansas, 1965.

 

22.       Printed material on the 35th anniversary of the discovery of oil in Gregg County, Texas, 1966.

 

23.       Research material on oil history in Texas, including a brochure on Lyne Taliaferro Barret.

 

24.       Research material on oil history in Wyoming: A brochure titled Sunshine in the Rockies.

 

25.       Research material on oil history in Ohio: The January 1962 issue of The Ohio Banker.

 

Box 58

Folder:

1.         Research material on oil in the Middle East: Standard Oil Company.

 

2.         Research material on Shell Oil Company.

 

3.         Research material on early petroleum industry history, with the text of an address by Standard Oil Company’s chairman, Dr. Robert E. Wilson, titled “Oil Competition in the Midwest: A Case History.”

 

4.         Research material on oil history in Kansas.

 

5.         Research material on the Augusta Field, Varner #1, in Kansas.

 

6.         Research material on the Augusta Field, Kansas.

 

7.         Research material on early petroleum industry history in Pennsylvania, and printed material on the centennial of oil discovery in the United States, 1959.

 

8.         A key to the filing system of the historical files.

 

9.         Typescript report, “Highlights in History of the Oklahoma City Field,” by Claude V. Barrow.

 

Box 59

Folder:

1.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1930

 

2.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1931

 

3.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1936

 

4.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1938

 

5.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1939

 

6.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1947

 

7.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1965

 

8.         Research material on the Oklahoma City Field, 1968, including historical marker information.

 

9.         Research material on Oklahoma City Field “wild wells.”

 

10.       Research material on the Oklahoma City Field and Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company.

 

11.       Research material on Oklahoma’s first commercial oil well.

 

12.       Research material on Oklahoma City No. 1, Mary Sudik.

 

13.       Research material on Oklahoma City No. 1, Mary Sudik.

 

14.       Research material on Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and oil.

 

15.       Research material on Cities Service Company’s radio broadcast history.

 

16.       Research material on automobile history and oil.

 

17.       “Summary of Bartlesville Training School as of January 1, 1939; Classes of 1916 to 1938 Inclusive;” and a brochure of aerial-view illustrations of Cities Service properties.

 

18.       Research material on service stations.

 

19.       Research material on War Emergency Pipelines, Inc., including a souvenir reprint from the Oil and Gas Journal on “The Big Inch.”

 

Box 60

Folder:

1.         Correspondence and a brochure on Victory’s Oil, a film presented by the Petroleum Industry War Council, 1944.

 

2.         Research material on the petroleum industry and World War II, including copies of When Cities Service Went to War by William H. Walsh, 1946.

 

3.         Research material on the junior engineer training program at Cities Service Company, including “Summary of Junior Engineer Training School as of August 18, 1953, Trainees of 1916 through 1953.”

 

4.         Printed advertising material for Cities Service Company, circa 1940s.

 

5.         Scrapbook of newspaper clippings on the oil strike of 1952; and miscellaneous issues of The Empire and Dispatcher.

 

6.         Publications by the Empire Companies and Cities Service Company, including an Empire manual of operations, 1928; Knowledge of Your Company Brings Success, 1926; Serving a Nation, 1923; Building an Empire; and others.

 

Box 61

Folder:

1.         The ITIO News, various issues 1930-1931.

            The Doherty News, various issues 1917-1921, 1932.

            Empire, August 1957.

 

2.         Scrapbook of clippings about Empire Companies; and publications, including:

            Serving a Nation, 1923.

            Serving 3000 Communities, circa 1926.

            The Builders of Customer Ownership, circa 1925.

            The Empire: Souvenir Edition, 1919.

            Doherty Daily News, May 21, 1919.

            American Petroleum Institute Quarterly, 1944-1946.

            Systems for Modern Management, February 1952.

 

3.         Miscellaneous typescript and printed information about Cities Service Company, including a brochure of five water color paintings of and from Sixty Wall Tower by Norman Guthrie Rudolph, 1938; statements by W. Alton Jones, and “The Cities Service Story;” and a brochure about the Cities Service Photo Library.

 

4.         Cities Service Company annual reports, 1912, 1913, 1927, 1929, 1930.

 

5.         Research material on the history of natural gas.

 

Box 62

Folder:

1.         The Secret of Selling, circa 1920s.

            One of Six, circa 1920s.

            Doherty Thrift Book, circa 1920s.

 

2.         Thirty Pieces of Silver, and How They Might Have Grown, 1924.

 

3.         Personal budget books, 1925-1926.

            Cities Service Company Securities: What My Holdings Represent, 1925.

            Motor Record and Lubrication Guide, 1926.

            The Film Story of Cities Service Company, 1926.

            Cities Service Company Annual Report to Stockholders, 1926.

            Typescript, “Living in an Oil Field Camp in Boom Days,” by W. H. Barclay, 1974.

 

4.         Booklet of information for Natural Gas Division employees, 1927.

            300,000 People Own Securities in the $660,000,000 Organization, 1927.

            Knowledge of Your Company Brings Success, 1926-27.

           

 

5.         Manual of Operations, The Empire Company, 1928.

            The Cities Service Personal Budget Book, 1928.

            Miscellaneous photocopied ads and list of facts for Cities Service Company, 1928.

 

6.         Manual of Statistics, Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries, 1929.

            Empire Gas & Fuel Company, circa 1929.

 

7.         From Oil Well to Customer, circa 1930.

            Souvenir Edition of The Empire.

            Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries, 1930.

 

8.         Combustion Control, Made Easily Available to Industry, 1943.

            Cities Service Company: Review of Operations, 1936.

 

9.         Typescript and photocopied research material on Cities Service Oil Company, 1937.

 

10.       Twenty-ninth Annual Report to Stockholders, 1938.

 

11.       Newspaper clipping on Cities Service’s move to Tulsa, and a typescript history of Cities Service Company from 1912 to 1940.

 

12        Farm Book. How to Save Time, Labor and Machinery – Home Hints – Handy Facts and Figures, Cities Service Oil Company, 1942.

            Copy of a chart tracing the ownership of companies within the Cities Service system, 1942.

 

13.       Photocopied newspaper articles on Cities Service Company, and a speech given at a company awards event, 1946.

 

Box 63

Folder:

1.         Petroleum Industry Record, 1918-1948, by the Oil Industry Information Committee.

 

2.         Typescript histories of Cities Service Oil Company, 1950s.

 

3.         Typescript, “Company Operations Background,” and corporate structure chart, 1952.

 

4.         Typescript history of Cities Service Oil Company, 1953.

 

5.         Typescript history of Cities Service Oil Company and oil in Oklahoma, 1958.

 

6.         Cities Service Presidential Election Handbook, and a Supervisor’s Newsletter Supplement regarding the history of Cities Service Oil Company, 1960.

 

7.         Typescript histories of Cities Service Oil Company, 1962.

 

8.         Typescript history of Cities Service Oil Company, 1963.

 

9.         The Expanding Circle, Jan.-Feb. 1964: “This Is Cities Service Oil Company.”

 

10.       Typescript history of Cities Service Oil Company, 1965.

 

11.       Typescript material on the history of Cities Service Oil Company, 1968. Includes a history of Cities Service by Harris Bateman, and a printed brochure for CITGO.

 

12.       Material on Cities Service Oil Company’s pipelines and transportation of oil.

 

13.       Material on Cities Service Oil Company’s field exploration history.

 

14.       Brochure on Cities Service Oil Company’s Chemicals Division; and a typescript history of salt.

 

15.       Typescript material on oil production and marketing at Cities Service Oil Company.

 

16.       Production records and typescripts on oil production at Cities Service Oil Company.

 

17.       Lists of oil fields discovered by Cities Service, and related material.

 

18.       Material on Cities Service Oil Company’s marketing investments. Includes brochures:

o   The Truth About Fuel Oils for House Heating

o   Manual for Service Station Salesmen

o   Where Cities Service Oils Stand

 

19.       Typescript notes regarding the history of petroleum engineering.

 

Box 64

Folder:

1.         Research Goes to War, by the Research Division of Cities Service Oil Company; and miscellaneous Research Division correspondence, 1938-1941.

 

2.         Material on Cities Service Oil Company’s Refining Division including a history of the Ponca City Refinery.

 

3.         Materials from the Cities Service Oil Company Lubrication Division.

 

4.         Typescript material on the history of Cities Service Pipeline Company.

 

5.         General information on the history of petroleum engineering, 1961.

 

6.         Newspaper articles on the Federal Power Commission and Cities Service Gas Company rate case, 1939-1943.

 

7.         Typescript history of Cities Service Oil Company, Ltd.

 

8.         Four Decades of Natural Gas Service, by Cities Service Gas Company.

 

9.         History of the Litigation of the Kansas Natural Gas Company; and a typescript, “Cities Service Enters Business of Producing and Marketing Oil and Natural Gas.”

 

10.       “Comparative Summary of Gas and Oil Operations for Years 1910-1915 of Companies Taken into Empire Group after Inter-Company Eliminations.”

 

11.       Historical data on dissolved companies of Cities Service.

 

12.       Maps:

o   Kansas, the Sunflower State

o   Natural Gas Pipeline System, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Empire Companies, 1927

o   Colorado Interstate Gas Co. and Canadian River Gas Co. pipeline

 

13.       General correspondence and information on Cities Service Company for 1929.

 

14.       Typescripts on Cities Service Gas Company, 1930; and Building an Empire, by Cities Service Gas Company.

 

15.       History and data on Cities Service Gas Company, 1931.

 

16.       Cities Service Gas Company: Its Gas Supplies Through Production, Gas Purchase Contracts and Underground Storage,” 1937.

 

17.       Typescript history of Cities Service Gas Company, 1938.

 

18.       Materials on the history of Cities Service Gas Company, including “The Development of a Natural Industry,” by H. R. Straight, 1941.

 

19.       Correspondence and typescripts regarding the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company employees strike, 1941.

 

20.       Material on the Doherty Research Company, and petroleum conservation/unitization.

 

Box 65

Folder:

1.         Doherty Men’s Fraternity history, by-laws and constitution, calendar, and a printed scrapbook for Doherty’s birthday in 1920.

 

2.         Research material on the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company and its takeover by Cities Service Company. Includes copies of The Story of Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company, 1930.

 

3.         Miscellaneous biographical material on Cities Service managers.

 

4.         Research material on the Arkansas Fuel Oil Corporation and related printed items.

 

5.         Research material on the Lake Charles Refinery.

 

6.         “As the Smokestacks Move South,” by Merle Thorpe. An address before the annual meeting of the Lake Charles Association of Commerce, 1945.

 

Box 66

Folder:

1.         Lake Charles plant dedication speeches, 1944.

 

2.         Statement by Ralph K. Davies, Deputy Petroleum Administrator for War, before the Oil Subcommittee of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 1944.

 

3.         Newspaper articles, printed information, and related correspondence on the opening of the Lake Charles Refinery, 1944.

 

4.         General research material on the history of Cities Service Company, including:

o   “Organization and Activities of the Empire Group of the Cities Service Company, 1939

o   An Industrial Empire: The Empire Gas and Fuel Company and Subsidiaries, 1925

o   Empire Gas and Fuel Company, 1929

o   The Empire Companies, 1935

 

5.         Dedication of a historical marker for the first natural gas processing industry west of the Mississippi River, 1972; and general information on the natural gas industry and Empire Gas and Fuel Company.

 

6.         List of “Historical Pictures.”

 

7.         Miscellaneous photocopied Cities Service Company articles and maps.

 

8.         Miscellaneous photocopied Cities Service Company articles; plus two 1980 speeches by John Steiger.

 

Box 67

Folder:

1.         Research material on the liquefied petroleum gas industry.

 

2.         Correspondence regarding the butane sales program, 1940.

 

3.         Material on the opening of the Cicero Compounding and Blending Plant in Chicago, 1957; and a copy of East Chicago, Indiana (June 1929) with an article on Empire Refining Company’s activities there.

 

4.         Material on the East Chicago, Indiana, refinery.

 

5.         Research material on Henry L. Doherty and unitization and conservation.

 

6.         Miscellaneous brochures and pamphlets regarding Cities Service Company operations and products, including the Tractor Lubrication Handbook.

 

7.         Multiple copies of “The Cities Service Story. Cities Service Company: A Case History of American Enterprise.” By W. Alton Jones. The Newcomen Society, 1955.

 

8.         Graphic booklet titled, The Story of Ambitious Men Who Made Jobs for Thousands Through Free Enterprise. Detroit: E. & I. Geller, 1952. Henry L. Doherty is featured.

 

9.         Cities Service Company rights:

o   Brief. In the Supreme Court of the State of Kansas, No. 30444, Cities Service Company, Appellee, vs. H. W. Koeneke… and Carl Newcomer.

o   Toledo, Ohio, Ordinance No. 1927, Granting Franchise to the Community Traction Company, 1920.

o   Re Cities Service Gas Company. Missouri Public Service Commission, Case No. 7523, 1931.

 

Box 68

Folder:

1.         Information packet titled, “Telling the Centennial Story: 1859-1959. Oil’s First Century. Born in Freedom, Working for Progress.” Also includes brochures:

o   In Step with Progress for Twenty Years

o   Cities Service Highlights, circa 1930s

o   Arkansas Natural Gas Corporation and the Prosperous Mid-South, 1929

 

2.         Printed materials:

            Cushing Oil Field: Historic Preservation Survey, by George O. Carney, 1981.

            ABC’s of Oil, by Jerry Robertson, 1953.

            Nido Oil Field, First in the Philippines.

 

3.         Cities Service Company and American Petroleum Institute publications about fuels and alternate energy sources, 1980s. Also includes:

o   From Salt Kettles to Nuclear Fuels: Chemistry in Oklahoma, by Wayne E. White, 1976.

o   Cities Service: A Condensed Presentation, circa 1950-1951.

 

4.         Report: “The Industrial Professional Development of Engineers,” by Cities Service Oil Company. Submitted to the Industrial Award Committee of the National Society of Professional Engineers, 1965.

 

5.         Miscellaneous printed and photocopied material on Cities Service history, including:

o   Booklet on the launching of the supertanker SSW Alton Jones in 1954

o   Printed luncheon menu for Henry L. Doherty’s 62nd birthday, 1932

o   Photocopied information handbook for a bankers’/brokers’ inspection tour of Empire Companies properties, 1919

o   Photocopied chart that traces ownership of companies in the Cities Service system, 1942

 

Box 69

Folder:

1.         Typescript notes (1959) by Bill Fisher regarding Cities Service pipeline history and refining centers; a chronological report on the development of Lake Charles (Gulf Coast) region; and a typescript history of the Kansas Natural Gas Company, 1972.

 

2.         Tennessee Corporation, Industrial Chemicals & Marketing Division, sales meeting materials, 1966-1967.

 

3.         Publicity materials, newspaper clippings, and a letter regarding singer Jessica Dragonette.

 

4.         Typescript and printed materials on the history of Stapleton #1 in El Dorado, Kansas.

 

5.         Maps, diagrams, and reports regarding Mississippi and Florida drilling operations.

 

6.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1947.

 

7.         Miscellaneous research material on Cities Service, including:

o   Depreciation Study: Chesebrough Building Company, 1899-1935.

o   Depreciation Study: Sixty Wall Tower, Inc., 1932-1935.

o   Statistics on Sixty Wall Tower

o   Information on the heraldry of the Cities Service emblem

o   Histories of the Augusta Field and El Dorado Field in Kansas

 

Box 70

Folder:

1.         A list of Cities Service mentions in a commemorative issue of the Oil and Gas Journal; and newspaper clippings about operations in the Louisiana area circa 1929.

 

2.         On the Oil Lands with Cities Service by William Donohue Ellis. Cities Service Oil and Gas Corporation, 1983.

 

3.         Miscellaneous research material on the history of Cities Service Company and subsidiaries, including:

o   Report, “A History of Arkansas Fuel Oil Corporation,” January 1, 1961.

o   Brochure, “The Story of Cities Service Gas Company,” circa mid-1960s.

o   Historical summaries and lists of data on various Cities Service operations

 

4.         Oil Prices and Competition, by Harold Fleming. American Petroleum Institute, 1953.

 

5.         Structural Drafting and the Design of Details, by Carlton Thomas Bishop. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1920.

 

Box 71

Folder:

1.         Oil in Oklahoma by Robert Gregory. Leake Industries, 1976.

 

2.         Cities Service Company recruitment packet, circa 1974.

 

3.         Bound issues of Service, 1945-1946.

 

4.         Bound issues of Service, 1947-1948.

 

5.         Bound issues of Service, 1949-1950.

 

6.         Bound issues of Service, 1971.

 

Box 72

Folder:

1.         Various unbound issues of Service, 1971-1972.

 

2.         Printed Cities Service Company annual reports, 1948-1956.

 

3.         Oil and Gas Journal: "Petroleum Panorama, 1859-1959."

 

4.         Doherty Research Company list of oil and gas industry problems and research.

 

5.         Salary Administration in Henry L. Doherty and Company, American Management Association, Office Executives’ Series No. 34, 1928.

 

6.         El Dorado, Kansas, Oil Field original contour map and related materials, 1916.

 

7.         Various issues of Dispatcher which focus on the history of Cities Service Company, 1965-1966.

 

Box 73

Folder:

1.         On the Oil Lands with Cities Service by William Donohue Ellis. Cities Service Oil and Gas Corporation, 1983.

 

2.         The Greatest Gamblers: The Epic of American Oil Exploration by Ruth Sheldon Knowles. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1978.

 

3.         Showmanship in Public Speaking, by Edward J. Hegarty. McGraw-Hill, 1952.

 

4.         No Sale, No Job: The Economics of American Prosperity, by Alexander R. Heron. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1954.

 

5.         Effective Public Relations: Pathways to Public Favor, by Scott M. Cutlip and Allen H. Center. Prentice-Hall, 1952.

 

Box 74

Folder:

1.         Midian, Kansas: The History of an Oil Boomtown with an Overall History of the El Dorado Oil Field and the Petroleum Industry as it relates to Midian, by William Allen Green. Wichita, KS: Copycat Service Company, 1964. Signed by the author.

 

2.         Effective Presentations: How to Present Facts, Figures and Ideas Successfully, by Edward Hodnett. West Nyack, NY: Parker Publishing Company, Inc., 1967.

 

3.         Bound issues of Trimark, 1965-1967.

 

4.         Bound issues of Trimark, 1967-1969.

 

5.         Bound issues of Trimark, 1969-1970.

 

Box 75

Folder:

1.         Correspondence by William Donohue Ellis and research notes for his book, On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

2.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, “Book 1.”

 

3.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, “Book 1.”

 

4.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, “Book 2.”

 

Box 76

Folder:

1.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, “Book 2.”

 

2.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, “Book 3.”

 

3.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, “Book 3.”

 

4.         Miscellaneous parts of the manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, with editing notes.

 

Box 77

Folder:

1.         “Cities Service Company: Comments for Analysts. Refining, Marketing and Transportation - 1980.”

 

2.         Cities Service Today: Jan. 1979, June 1980, Jan. 1981.

 

3.         “A Report on Syncrude Operations: Alternate Fuels - 1980.” A Presentation by Cities Service Company to Security Analysts.

 

4.         Printed Cities Service Company annual reports, 1973-1979.

 

5.         Printed Cities Service Company annual reports, 1980-1983.

 

6.         “Hackberry LPG Import Facilities,” 1980.

 

7.         “The Many Dimensions of Cities Service Company,” 1979.

 

8.         Moving Forward: Cities Service Company and Subsidiaries, 1934.

 

9.         Cities Service Company Financial and Operation Review, First Quarter, 1981.

 

10.       CITGO brochure.

 

11.       Drilling Operations in U.S. Offshore Waters. A Presentation to the Outer Continental Shelf Advisory Board. By James G. Goners, Cities Service Company, 1979.

 

12.       Special Report to Security Holders in the Netherlands. Review of Operations 1940-1944 and Financial Statements as at December 31, 1944.

 

13.       Brochure for Cities Service Company Energy Resources Group, 1980.

 

14.       Brochures for Cities Service Company Energy Resources Group, titled, “Exploration Production Activities,” 1980, 1981.

 

15.       Information packet for Cities Service Company Petroleum Products Group.

 

16.       Serving a Nation. Cities Service Company, 1923.

 

17.       Cities Service Company: Its Properties and the Cities They Serve, by William Wirt Mills. New York: Moses King, n.d.

 

Box 78

Book:

1.         Bound volume of Cities Service Company annual reports, 1912-1935.

 

2.         Bound volume of Cities Service Company annual reports, 1936-1957.

 

Box 79

1.         Bound volume of Cities Service Company annual reports, 1958-1972.

 

2.         Unbound Cities Service Company annual reports, 1939-1956, 1976-1981.

 

Box 80

Unbound Cities Service Company annual reports, 1918-1938.

 

Folder:

1.         Bound issues of Service, 1945-1946.

 

2.         Bound issues of Service, 1947-1948.

 

3.         Bound issues of Service, 1949-1950.

 

Box 81

Folder:

1.         Bound issues of Service, 1951-1952.

 

2.         Bound issues of Service, 1953-1954.

 

3.         Bound issues of Service, 1955-1956.

 

4.         Bound issues of Service, 1957-1958.

 

5.         Bound issues of Service, 1959-1961.

 

 

Box 82

Folder:

1.         Bound issues of Service, 1962-1963.

 

2.         Bound issues of Service, 1971.

 

3.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1950.

 

4.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1953.

 

5.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1956.

 

6.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1960.

 

7.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1965.

 

8.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1968.

 

9.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1971.

 

10.       Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1975.

 

Box 83

Folder:

1.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1977.

 

2.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1977.

 

3.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1980.

 

4.         Material on the Osage Nation:           

o   1907-1957: Osage Indians Semi-Centennial Celebration. Commemorating the Closing of the Osage Indian Roll – the Allotment of the Lands of the Osage Reservation in Severalty and the Dedication of the Osage Tribal Chamber. June 15, 1957.

o   1872-1972: Osage Indian Tribe Centennial Celebration. Commemorating the Hundredth Anniversary of the Tribes Removal from Kansas to the Osage Reservation, Indian Territory. September 30, 1972.

o   Newspaper articles regarding the Osage Nation.

 

Box 84

Folder:

1.         Appendix material for the manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service.

 

2.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, Chapter 35; followed by Book I: Chapter 1 through Chapter 4.

 

3.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, Chapter 5 through Chapter 12.

 

4.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, Book II: Chapter 13 through Chapter 17.

 

5.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, Chapter 18 through Chapter 25.

 

6.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, Chapter 26 through Chapter 32.

 

Box 85

Folder:

1.         Manuscript of On the Oil Lands with Cities Service, Chapter 33 through Chapter 40.

 

2.         Miscellaneous material on the history of Cities Service Company:

o   Reprint of "The Cities Service Story" by W. Alton Jones, 1955

o   Editorial by W. Alton Jones, "Out of War's Crucible", 1945

o   Photocopied booklet on the Crew Levick Company, n.d.

o   Brochure, "The Story of Cities Service Gas Company", n.d.

o   Distillation Chart, “Gasolines Used by I.T.I.O. Co.,” 1929

o   Correspondence regarding change of corporation name, 1973-1974

o   Report on the information program for employees of Cities Service Company.

o   Correspondence and related material on changing the Cities Service Oil Company marketing name to CITGO, 1965-1972.

 

3.         Press kits for the Cities Service Oil Company marketing name change to CITGO, 1965; and a press kit announcing sports car driver Denise McCluggage as the CITGO Driving Adviser.

 

4.         Correspondence, news releases, and background material on the name change from Cities Service Oil Company to CITGO, 1965.

 

5.         Correspondence and printed material regarding the new marketing plan and name change from Cities Service Oil Company to CITGO, 1965.

 

Box 86

Folder:

1.         Correspondence and printed material regarding the new marketing plan and name change from Cities Service Oil Company to CITGO, 1965.

 

2.         Data for court hearing, Glenwood Springs, 1969.

o   Qualifications of C.E. Beecher

o   “Production Techniques & Control for History of Petroleum Engineering,” by C.E. Beecher, 1955

o   “Effect of Dissolved Gas Upon the Viscosity and Surface Tension of Crude Oil” by C.E. Beecher and I.P. Parkhurst, 1926

o   “Comments on Oil Shale Reserves Owned by Cities Service Oil Company” C.E. Beecher, 1958

o   Speech by C. E. Beecher to the Washington County Historical Society, “Early Research by Cities Service in Bartlesville and Early History of Conservation and Unit Operation of Oil Fields,” 1975

o   “The Development of Our Concepts Regarding the Occurrence of Oil and Gas,” by E. Degolyer

o   "Impact Upon Society" by D.V. Carter, 1960

o   "The Development of Some of Our Concepts of Fundamentals Governing Petroleum Production Practice" by E. Degolyer, 1940

o   Newspaper clipping of C. E. Beecher at the Smithsonian, 1967.

 

3.         Miscellaneous:

o   The Empire, 1935-1936

o   Gas Service, 1948, 1951-1952

o   C.E. Beecher's notebook, 1924-1925

o   Signatures of H.R. Straight & Henry L. Doherty, n.d.

o   “Production Techniques and Control” by C.E. Beecher and H.C. Fowler, in History of Petroleum Engineering, 1959

o   “History of Petroleum-Production Research in the United States” L.E. Elkins

o   “The Development of Our Concepts Regarding the Occurrence of Oil and Gas" E. Degolyer

o   “West Virginia's Burning Springs,” by Douglas Reeves

o   “Introduction” to History of Petroleum Engineering, by James A. Clark

o   “Henry L. Doherty and Unitization” Leonard M. Fanning

o   “Unit Operation & Conservation,” notes by C.E.B.

o   Miscellaneous research notes

 

4.         Illustration paste-ups.

 

5.         Who's Who in the Doherty Organization, 1920.

 

6.         Who's Who in the Doherty Organization, 1930.

 

7.         Who's Who in the Doherty Organization, 1947.

 

Box 87

Folder:

1.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1947.

 

2.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1950.

 

3.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1950.

 

4.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1953.

 

5.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1956.

 

6.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1956.

 

7.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1960.

 

8.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1965.

 

9.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1968.

 

10.       Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1971.

 

11.       Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1971.

 

12.       Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1971.

 

13.       Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1971.

 

Box 88

Folder:

1.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1971.

 

2.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1975.

 

3.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1975.

 

4.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1977.

 

5.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1977.

 

6.         Who's Who in the Cities Service Organization, 1980.

 

7.         Petroleum Development and Technology in 1926.

 

8.         Petroleum Development and Technology in 1931.

 

9.         Petroleum Conservation, 1951.

 

Box 89

Folder:

1.         Function of Natural Gas in the Production of Oil, by H. C. Miller, 1929.

 

2.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1934-1936.

 

3.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1937.

 

4.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1938.

 

5.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1939.

 

Box 90

Folder:

1.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1940.

 

2.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1941.

 

3.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1942.

 

4.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1943.

 

5.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1944.

 

6.         Bound issues of The Expanding Circle, 1945.

 

Box 91

Folder:

1.         Bound issues of The Lorco Diamond, 1926.

 

2.         Bound issues of The Lorco Diamond, 1927.

 

3.         Bound issues of The Lorco Diamond, 1929.

 

4.         Bound issues of The Lorco Diamond, 1930.

 

5.         The Empire, 1963.

 

6.         The Empire, 1962.

 

Box 92

Folder:

1.         The Empire, 1961.

 

2.         The Empire, 1960.

 

3.         The Empire, 1959.

 

4.         The Empire, 1958.

 

5.         The Empire, 1957.

 

6.         The Empire, 1956.

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7.         Miscellaneous photocopied research material and notes on Cities Service history.

 

Box 93

Folder:

1.         The Empire, 1955.

 

2.         The Empire, 1954.

 

3.         The Empire, 1951.

 

4.         News clippings on Henry L. Doherty real estate holdings.

 

5.         Box of index cards labeled, “Key to the Cities Service History Text File.”

 

Box 94

Item:

1.         Newspaper clippings about the oil and gas industry, the production of carbon, and the Columbian Carbon Company, 1939-1941.

 

2.         Two maps of the United States pertaining to oil and gas.

 

Box 95

1.         Newspaper clippings about the oil and gas industry, the production of carbon black, and operations in the Louisiana-Texas area, 1929-1939.

 

2.         A Giant in an Essential Industry, Empire Gas and Fuel Company, 1922.

 

3.         Certificate of appreciation for Alfred I. Diescher, from the Empire Companies, 1919.

 

4.         Multiple copies of The Doherty Special: Some Pictures of People and Properties taken during a journey of Bankers and Investment Dealers, Guests of Henry L. Doherty and Company, to the Empire of Cities Service Company, May 1919.