Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Professional research and teaching papers of retired University of Texas at Austin History Department professor Dr. Norman D. Brown.
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 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 Minnie Fisher Cunningham Papers contain campaign material, correspondence, biographies, and other documents that shed light on her life and activities. Minnie Fisher Cunningham (1882-1964), nicknamed “Minnie Fish” by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, was a Texas suffragette and political leader, who cofounded and served on several voting and political clubs.
Fred Ebner was twice elected to serve as the Republican precinct chair for Texas Precinct 441, was a member of the Log Cabin Republicans, and ran unsuccessfully for Texas State Representative for District 51 in 1998. Collection includes campaign materials associated with Ebner’s campaign for Texas State Representative for District 51 in 1998.
Correspondence, campaign material, financial and legal papers, speeches, memorabilia, and newspaper clippings comprise the James Edward Ferguson Collection, 1911-1936, documenting the life and political career of Governor James Edward Ferguson.