Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Composed of a letterpress, the John Ireland Papers, 1870, 1884-1891, chronicle Ireland’s activities as an attorney and a politician, especially his tenure as governor of Texas.
Pertains to the political career and family of Samuel Willis Tucker Lanham (1846-1908), U.S. representative from Texas (1882-1892 and 1896-1902) and 22nd Governor of Texas (1903-1907).
Correspondence, financial and legal records, printed material, and photographs document Francis Richard Lubbock’s (1815-1905) career as a Texas businessman, politician, and officer in the Confederate Army.
Correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, literary productions, reports, speeches, pamphlets, periodicals, books, photographs and programs comprise the Richard M. Morehead Papers, 1903, 1922-1995, documenting his personal and professional life.
This small collection is comprised of two sets of interview notes related to Texas governors Miriam and James Ferguson.
Composed of correspondence, reminiscences, legal documents, broadsides, and a catalogue, the Elisha Marshall Pease Papers, 1834-1927, chronicle Pease’s career as an attorney and governor of Texas.
Ranging in date from circa 1940 to 2004, the Ted Powers Photographic Archives consists of approximately 150 photographic prints and 60 film negatives photographed by Associated Press photographer Ted Powers.
Papers of Ann W. Richards, Governor of Texas from January 15, 1991 to January 17, 1995. A lifelong supporter of democratic politics, she also served as Travis County Commissioner from 1977-1983, and Texas State Treasurer from 1983-1991.