CS_00/CS_14. The University of Texas History
Found in 699 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, drafts, galley and page proofs, student papers, dissertation, political and personal materials relate to the career and personal life of George Abernathy, a University of Texas faculty member in the Department of History.
The Robert H. Abzug Poster Collection, 1969, comprises three political posters from Berkeley, California.
Frederick J. Adams was a professor and administrator in the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin. The papers include UT School of Education questionnaires and research materials.
Anthropological research files, typescripts of three literary productions with mauscripts, proofs, and correspondence compose the Richard N. Adams Papers, 1926-1994, documenting his publications and teachings.
The Willis Adcock Papers, 1958-1990, consist of administrative records, including subject files, travel and expense files, correspondence, printed materials, and presentations from Adcock's years at Texas Instruments.
Correspondence, printed matter, and subject files kept by C.J. "Shorty" Alderson, a professor and member of the University of Texas athletic department.
The Katherine R. Allen oral history collection, 1974, includes three audio cassette tapes containing oral history interviews of Jack Holland, F. C. McConnell, and Arno Nowotny. The interviews were conducted by Katherine Allen in 1974 as part of her dissertation concerning the history of student housing at the University of Texas at Austin.
Some materials relate to the 1944 firing of University of Texas president Homer P. Rainey by the board of regents, the ensuing actions of the faculty, and the issue of academic freedom. One group of papers consists of academic research notes and drafts of literary productions on Thomas A. Hickey and the history of labor and socialism in Texas by Ruth A. Allen. One item includes a 1973 profile of University of Texas regent Edward A. Clark and a speech by Clark on the University of Texas.
University of Texas and Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center archivist (1925-1960) was born in Henrietta, Texas, in 1895, taught school at various locations in the state (1917-1923), authored several books on Texas history, and died in 1985. Papers relate to personal and business affairs of Allen.
The American Academy of Advertising (AAA) is an organization of advertising scholars and professionals with an interest in advertising and advertising education. Records of the AAA obtained through the University of Texas at Austin Department of Advertising.