CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 508 Collections and/or Records:
The Keith L. Brown Papers, 1935-2007, contain correspondence, legal documents, printed materials, notes, schedules, and other documents, concerning his business career and political activities. Keith Lapham Brown (b. 1925) was a lawyer, businessman, and U.S. ambassador heavily involved in the Republican Party.
Professional research and teaching papers of retired University of Texas at Austin History Department professor Dr. Norman D. Brown.
The William Garrott Brown papers include letters by Brown (1868-1913), Harvard University historian and archivist, that concern family news, Democratic politics, and Brown's health, as well as comments on the Harvard scene. The papers also include a poem on the burial of President Grover Cleveland by Brown, a speech, and a photograph.
Correspondence, autobiographical narrative, military orders, scrapbooks, speeches, historical literary productions, and legal papers arranged chronologically by subject document the career of Guy Morrison Bryan (1821-1901) as a soldier and legislator.
Constituent correspondence, legislative files, voting records, and news releases comprise the John Bryant Papers, 1983-1996, documenting his political career in the U. S. House of Representatives.
The papers, which relate to the activities of Buchanan, secretary of the Texas Grange, include correspondence from members of Grange chapters, reports, and remittance of state dues.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, scrapbook material, and one book compose the William L. “Buck” Buchanan Collection, 1935-1947.
The Solon J. Buck essay consists of a paper presented by Buck, former director of publications in the National Archives, entitled “The Status of Historical Bibliography in the United States.”
The Bob Bullock papers, 1971-1999, are comprised of materials related to Bullock's career in public service in Texas.