CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 508 Collections and/or Records:
The Bill Archer Papers, 1913, 1935, 1956-2001, contain various files that document Archer's career as a prominent politican both in Texas and the United States.
Personal letter from Arnold (1768 - ?), son of the American patriot and traitor, to his grandmother concerning his Christmas holiday.
The John Jacob Astor Collection, 1798-1799, 1816, consists of two signed receipts to William Irving and a 1816 letter from Astor to President James Madison.
Composed of correspondence, drafts of manuscripts, newspaper clippings, articles, printed material, press releases, a galley proof, and photographs, the Carl Bakal Papers, 1933-1972, document Bakal’s research and writing process for The Right to Bear Arms.
Correspondence and an invoice comprise the George Bancroft Papers, 1850-1868, documenting Bancroft’s career.
Newspaper clippings, Sports Illustrated copies, stories, books, and publications related to Jimmy Banks.
John Newhall Barnhart, from Beeville, Bee County, Texas, represented district 70 in the 52nd session of the Texas House of Representatives from 1951 to 1953. The papers include correspondence, legal documents, financial records, clippings, and printed materials created by Barnhart during his years in the Texas House of Representatives.
Correspondence, legal documents, calendars, speeches, and other printed material reflect an eclectic political background and give a glimpse of the development of American Advocacy groups and effort.