Gensman, L. M. (Lorraine Michael), 1878-1954Alternative names
L.M. Gensman, an attorney, was elected as a Republican from Oklahoma's Sixth District to the Sixty-seventh Congress, 1920-1922. After his retirement in later years from the oil business, Gensman traveled extensively to Europe and around the world. He hosted a radio program discussing his travels.
From the description of Congressional papers, 1901-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 45763040
Lawyer and U.S. representative, of Lawton and Cherokee County, Okla.
From the description of Papers, 1895-1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70972326
Lawyer; b. in Wichita, Kan.; after receiving his law degree he moved to Lawton, Okla.
From the description of L. M. Gensman photograph collection, 1920-1970. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 231685885
|referencedIn||Gensman, Raymond L., Mrs,. Gensman archives, 1900-1940.||Museum of the Great Plains|
|creatorOf||Gensman, L. M. (Lorraine Michael), 1878-1954. Congressional papers, 1901-1945.||University of Oklahoma, Bizzell Memorial Library|
|creatorOf||Gensman, L. M. (Lorraine Michael), 1878-1954. L. M. Gensman photograph collection, 1920-1970.||Museum of the Great Plains|
|creatorOf||Gensman, L. M. (Lorraine Michael), 1878-1954. Papers, 1895-1935.||Museum of the Great Plains|
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|Cherokee County (Okla.)|
|Practice of law|
|Indians of North America--Government relations|
|Actions and defenses|
|Indians of North America--Land tenure|
|Military pensions--Law and legislation|