CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 509 Collections and/or Records:
Approved by Governor S. W. T. Lanham, the C. G. Carthar Certificate, 1905, appoints Carthar as a notary public for Bexar County, Texas, from June 1, 1905, through June 1, 1907.
The Eugene C. Cartledge Papers, 1874-1940, document Cartledge’s legal career through ledgers, sale books, and legal briefs.
The Henry Catto Papers document his varied career in public service for the Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Bush administrations from the late 1960s to the 1990s.
Comprised of newspapers and newsletters published in Texas, the Central America Collection, 1985-1991, documents research and shifting public opinion on Central American social, political, and economic issues.
Family papers document the Chaison and Holland families in Beaumont, Texas from 1880 to 1999 including the family businesses of The Texas Rice Land Company, Chaison Construction Company, and Jefferson Chaison Townsite Company.
The Jim Chapman papers (1976-1996), which include scrapbooks, news clippings, still and motion picture images, video and audio recordings, artifacts, art, correspondence, and campaign materials, document Chapman’s career as a public figure, specifically his time as a U. S. Representative, 1985-1996.
The Chenoweth and Clark Records include correspondence, account papers, legal papers, and financial papers of the Bonham law firm.
Manuscript notebooks comprise the Horace Chilton Papers, 1888-1923, containing autobiographical and genealogical information, opinions on political issues, character sketches of U. S. Senators, legal notes and citations, quotations from literature and speeches, brief miscellaneous historical facts, anecdotes, and health tips.