Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
The Bill Richardson papers are comprised of correspondence, memos, newspaper clippings, campaign materials, posters, photographs, and cartoons related to Richardson's career as a U.S. representative, U.S. Secretary of Energy, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, and governor of New Mexico.
Correspondence, essays, a biography, speeches, clippings, a purchase journal, checks, an inventory, endorsements, tables, promissory notes, bills, laws, invitations, a certificate, and photographs comprise the Joseph Draper Sayers Papers, 1834-1911, documenting Sayers’ political career and personal life.
Photographs taken or collected by Bradford H. Smith of Texas courthouses, bridges, and other Texas scenes and people, including Price Daniel during a 1962 meeting about the Big Thicket and campaigning among the Alabama-Coushatta Indians.
Henry Smith was the first governor of Texas. The papers include correspondence, deeds, land grants, land surveys, powers-of-attorney, certificates, petitions, summons, depositions, receipts of sale, receipts of taxes, a bill, a suit, and photographs.
Correspondence, campaign material, scrapbooks, and photographs comprise the Ross Shaw Sterling Papers, 1930-1939, documenting Sterling’s term as governor of Texas (1931-1933).
The Fletcher S. Stockdale papers, 1860-1875, contains speeches and newspaper reports relating to Stockdale's political career.
Correspondence, broadsides, and scrapbooks comprise the James Webb Throckmorton Papers, 1838-1888, documenting Throckmorton’s service as the Governor of Texas and as a U.S. Representative.
Comprising correspondence, legal documents, a broadside, and a newspaper clipping, the James W. Truitt Papers, 1806-1918 (bulk 1840-1887), relate to Truitt’s career as a lawyer, businessman, legislator, and political advisor as well as his personal and family life.
Historian Walter Prescott Webb taught at the University of Texas at Austin (1918-1963), served as director of the Texas State Historical Association (1939-1946), and authored ground-breaking works on the history of Texas and the American West.