CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 509 Collections and/or Records:
Comprising correspondence, printed material, narratives, newspaper and magazine clippings, and press releases, the Dorothy Blodgett Collection, [ca. 1946]-2001, documents her career with the Texas Governor’s Office, including Governors John Connally and Preston Smith.
The James H. Blundell, Jr. Papers, 1935-1940, document the political activities and personal affairs of Blundell.
A typescript of Bolling’s “The House,” comprises the Richard Walker Bolling Collection, 1850-1868, documenting the U.S. House of Representatives in which he served.
Ave Bonar's photographic subjects range from the Texas gubernatorial campaign of Ann W. Richards to images of the earliest known trailer park in Austin, Texas.
Dennis Brack is a freelance photojournalist with over 35 years of experience in photojournalism, commercial, and advertising photography. The collection includes slides, contact sheets, negatives, and prints of U.S. Presidents, other government officials, U.S. Military operations, human interest stories, entertainment, and other important national and international events.
The George D. Braden Papers, 1930, 1942, 1971-1980, document the proceedings of and Braden’s research on the 1974 Texas Constitutional Convention through correspondence and printed material.
Correspondence, telegrams, reports, signatures, news clippings, and printed materials comprise the Clay Stone Briggs Papers, 1901-1930, relating to Briggs' activities as a Galveston attorney, legislator, and judge.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial records, legal documents, printed materials, legislative bills, speeches, reports, press releases, scrapbooks, photographs, audiotapes, and memorabilia, encompass the Dolph Briscoe Papers, 1932-2010, documenting both the public and private careers of Dolph Briscoe.
Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the Jack B. Brooks Papers, 1945-2002.
Victor Lee Brooks (1870-1925) taught law at the University of Texas at Austin, 1895-1896; was Austin city attorney, 1898-1903; and was appointed judge of the 26th Judicial District in 1903. Papers include correspondence, legal briefs, and notes, letter presses, receipts, eulogy, postcards, court cases, and summons concerning Brooks's career.