Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Videocassettes, financial records, correspondence, programming materials, articles of incorporation, and by-laws comprise the Alternative Views Video Collection (1978-1998), which documents the operations of the Austin, Texas, public affairs program.
Business and organizational records, correspondence, program information, financial records, video and audio tapes (1923-2003 [bulk 1955-1995]) concerning civil rights, arts education, Freemasonry, political activities.
The Robert Bonazzi papers, 1951-2019, comprise records related to Bonazzi's executorship of John Howard Griffin's estate, as well as materials related to Latitudes Press, the publishing house Bonazzi founded.
The Suzanne Bryant and Sarah Goodfriend collection includes papers relating to the 2015 same-sex marriage of Bryant and Goodfriend, the first of its kind in Texas. The collection includes legal documents, news articles, correspondence, photographs, and a partial digital inventory. The collection retains the donor's original filing order.
The Sula A. Buie essays, undated, include two articles entitled “Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus” and “Jefferson Davis and the Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus.”
The Collins-Rudolph (Sarah) Oral History, 2014, contains DVD recordings of interviews conducted with Collins-Rudolph on the subject of her early life, the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in 1963, and the aftermath of the bombing for herself and her family. The collection includes a typed transcript of the interview, as well as clippings and other research materials.
This collection compiled by Craft, a Dallas activist, documents NAACP political and social stands, Dallas Youth Council activities in challenging segregation in the Dallas area in the 1950s, and social problems in the Dallas area. Included are printed materials, correspondence, certificates, minute books, speeches, a scrapbook, and 44 photographs of unidentified NAACP leaders.
Papers consist of legal, political, and personal correspondence; legal, political, legislative, and committee files; newsletters, reports, and bulletins; research material; newspaper clippings; maps; video cassettes; audio tapes; CDs; and photographs.
The Field Foundation Archives, 1938-1994, contain correspondence, reports, minutes, legal documents, printed material, clippings, audiocassettes, and photographs documenting the wide-ranging list of movements and groups the foundation supported as well as the foundation's role as an active participant in social change.
The William M. Hale Papers, 1960-2007, document William M. Hale’s entire career of public service in human rights and community development. Includes research files, reports, correspondence, publications, photographs, clippings, A/V material, and a few artifacts.