CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 509 Collections and/or Records:
The Gonzalo Barrientos Papers are comprised of the legislative papers of Texas State Senator Gonzalo Barrientos.
The Elbert Macby Barron Collection, 1845-1971, includes correspondence, diary, photographs, legal documents, and other items relating to his army career, gem and mineral business, family, and friends.
Drawings, printed material, clippings, and research materials span the Richard Bartholomew Collection, 1984-circa 2009.
Legal and financial records, plaques, certificates, videotapes, photographs, congressional records, reports, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and printed material comprise the Steve Bartlett papers, 1973-1995, documenting his political career.
Comprised of correspondence, diaries, reports, speeches, minutes, notes, publicity files, printed materials, maps, and photographs, the J. Carroll Bateman Papers, 1940-1984, 2007, document the career of Bateman in the insurance and public relations industry.
Writings concern Kansas-Nebraska Act, Compromise of 1850, Know-Nothing Party and the election of 1852 in Kentucky, and sectionalism and secession in Kentucky, 1859-1861.
Photographs, sound recordings, campaign literature, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and a graduate thesis comprise the Lindley Garrison Beckworth Papers, 1900, 1926-1984, documenting Beckworth's political career as a U.S. representative, Texas state senator, and judge.
Correspondence, letter books, legal papers, business papers, and newspaper clippings comprise the Peter Hansbrough Bell Papers, 1847-1898, documenting Bell’s activities as a soldier during the Mexican War, as governor of Texas (1849-1851), as a United States Congressman (1853-1857), and during the Civil War.
Tony Bell (d. 1993) was an artist, model builder, cartoonist, designer, sculptor, and creator of the 1960s cartoon character Wonder Wart-Hog. Artifacts, drawings, cartoons, photographs, clippings, awards, a diploma, and printed material comprise the papers.
The Samuel Flagg Bemis papers are comprised of correspondence, and plate patches for various editions of Bemis' books and notes and miscellaneous material on Jay's Treaty, acquired after publication of Bemis' 1923 study.