CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 509 Collections and/or Records:
These papers contain materials relating to John Alton Burdine's time working at the University of Texas at Austin. They consist of correspondence, reports, student records, newspaper clippings, a diary, log book, financial records, notes, teaching materials, speeches, literary productions, legal papers, proceedings, and photographs. The papers also pertain to Burdine’s committee work for private organizations and governmental agencies.
Correspondence, financial papers, printed materials, maps, and photographs comprise the Richard Burges Papers, 1897-1940, documenting Burges’ career as a lawyer, soldier, politician, and conservationist.
The George Wesley Burgess lecture notes, undated, include notes on the law pasted to pages of Burgess’ University of Virginia lecture notes. Annotations remark on differences found in Texas law.
Correspondence, legislative files, certificates, appointments, speeches, printed materials, newspaper clippings, political cartoons, photographs, and microfilm comprise the Albert Sidney Burleson Papers, 1841-1946, primarily documenting Burleson's years in the political arena as a United States congressman from Texas (1899-1913) and as postmaster general in Woodrow Wilson's cabinet (1913-1921).
Correspondence, military orders, muster rolls, circulars, broadsides, newspaper clippings, financial papers, legal documents, field notes, and deeds comprise the papers of Edward Burleson, Jr. (1826-1877). The papers relate to Burleson’s career as a soldier and politician.
The Michael C. Burton papers, 1946-1997, consist of galley proofs, research files, photographs, and publicity materials related to Burton’s book John Henry Faulk: The Making of a Liberated Mind.
The George Charles Butte Papers, 1896-1938, contain correspondence, legal documents, scrapbooks, speeches, photographs, and other materials related to Butte’s professional involvement in law and politics, both domestically and abroad.
The W. H. Cade Speech, 1937, is a speech given by W. H. (William Henry) Cade (1892-1949), physician and president of the Bexar County Medical Society, on the opposition of the Medical Society to the mayor of San Antonio in the matter of the organization of, and administrative authority over, the municipal health department.
The background research material used by Ron Calhoun as a reporter and editor for the Dallas Times Herald compose the Ron Calhoun Papers, 1957-1990, which contains notes, correspondence, statistics, election returns, newspaper clippings, press releases, newsletters, and original newspaper morgue files from the Times Herald.
Correspondence, reports, proposals, provisions, minutes, books, newspaper clippings, and LP records compose the Robert Wilburn Calvert Papers (1965-1975) relating to Calvert’s legal career, judicial reform, and his activities as chairman of the Constitutional Revision Commission.