CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 509 Collections and/or Records:
Personal and professional papers of George Christian, press secretary to President Lyndon B. Johnson, Governor Price Daniel, and Governor John Connally; graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.
The Winston Churchill Letter, 1945, consists of a thank-you note signed by Churchill to Mr. Arthur Thaman in Baytown, Texas.
Correspondence, newsletters, legal material, videotapes, photographs, and printed material comprise the Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants (C.U.R.E.) Records, ca. 1947, 1972-2014, documenting the work of the organization at the international, national, and state levels.
The Edward Clark Papers, 1963-1978, 1993, focuses on the ambassadorial career of Clark and his wife Anne Metcalfe Clark from 1965 through 1967.
Papers concern the career of Clayton (1880-1966), cotton merchant, businessman, and United States assistant secretary of state for economic affairs (1944-1947), and contain photostats of a letter and a memorandum pertaining to his involvement with the Marshall Plan.
Artifacts relating to the Democratic Presidential Primary Debate sponsored by CNN, Univision, Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs, Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, and Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation was held at the UT Recreational Sports Center on February 21, 2008.
Records in Spanish relate to sessions of the Constituent and Constitutional Congresses and of the Permanent Deputation which served during recesses of Congress.
The Howell Cobb Letter, 1851, is a political letter addressed to Linn Boyd, a Democrat from Kentucky who helped pass the Compromise of 1850.
Legal documents, correspondence, clippings, an outline and a diary compose the Robert E. Cofer Papers, 1892-1919, documenting Cofer's life and career in Texas education and politics.
Comprising correspondence and a scrapbook, the Richard Coke Scrapbook, 1864, 1884-1912, documents Coke's military, political, and legal careers.