Robert L. Owen Collection, 1913-1946

Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center

Robert L. Owen was a United States Senator from Oklahoma from 1907 until 1925. Owen was a drafter of the Federal Reserve Act and the Farm Loan Act. This collection contains general correspondence relating to the Federal Reserve Act, various government documents, legislative records and collected speeches. Additionally, this collection contains publications and clippings surrounding Owen's work to create a global alphabet.

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For more information on the Robert L. Owen Collection, please see the finding aid created by the University of Oklahoma, Carl Albert Center.

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All objects in the collection were digitized on loan from the Carl Albert Center of the University of Oklahoma. The Carl Albert Center represents that all loaned objects are either in the public domain, the copyright is owned by the Carl Albert Center, or the Carl Albert Center has obtained the rights necessary to permit the digitization and display of the loaned objects by the Bank.

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