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Governor James V. Allred Papers

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Collection Overview

Title: Governor James V. Allred Papers, 1921-1970View associated digital content.

ID: 05/1967-001

Primary Creator: Allred, James V., 1899-1959

Extent: 234.0 Linear Feet

Date Acquired: 00/00/1968

Subjects: Allred, James V., 1899-1959, Governors - Texas, Political campaigns - Texas

Forms of Material: Clippings (information artifacts), Correspondence

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The James V. Allred Collection consists of over 200 boxes of materials dating from 1853 to 1970, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1921 to 1959. The papers consist in large part of letters received by Allred, and of carbon copies of his replies. There are many copies of letters from other individuals as enclosures in letters addressed to Allred. In addition to the correspondence there are vast numbers of documents, drafts, reports, and other working papers relating to and reflecting Allred's activities as attorney, district attorney, attorney general, governor, judge, citizen, civic leader, churchman, and interested observer and participant in the political scene in Texas.

This collection is divided into twelve series: Personal, 1922-1959; Practice of Law, 1921-30; District Attorney, 1923-25; Political Files, 1926-58; Attorney General, 1931-1935; Governor, 1935-39; Practice of Law, 1942-49; Judge U.S. District Court, 1939-1942 and 1949-1959; Clippings and Newspapers, 1923-1970; Miscellaneous Publications, 1935-1947; Appointment Books, 1930-59; Photographs and Memorabilia. With the exception of the first series, which contains primarily biographical and personal materials, the series relate to Allred's career as a politician and lawyer. Series Two and Three document the early career of a lawyer in a small Texas city and reveal the activities of a man who obviously hoped to build a political rather than a legal career. Allred was a candidate for high office in his state six times, three for the office of attorney general, twice for the governorship, and once for a seat in the United States Senate. Four of these campaigns were successful.

Comprehensive, if not complete records of these campaigns are preserved in Series Four. They reveal the nature and extent of the resources and organization necessary to conduct a state wide political campaign, and also suggest the ways in which it was financed.

Especially noteworthy is the vast number of personal contacts that Allred made during his political career. He appeared in every large city in Texas, and in an innumerable number of smaller towns and villages. He replied to literally thousands of letters of approval from every corner of the state, and to people of all walks of life.

Allred established and maintained contacts with many of the prominent political leaders of his generation, not only in his state, but throughout the United States. The series relating to the years of the attorney generalship not only reflect the activities imposed by law, but also reveals the broad range of activities in which the incumbent has considerable room for initiative, which will keep him in the public eye. Wise utilization of a wider range of opportunities show how an ingenious man can acquire the prestige necessary for a successful campaign for the governorship.

The Sixth Series, Governor, covers the administrative duties inherent in the office of governor, but more importantly the materials document the wide variety of pressures under which the governor must operate. The letters addressed to him, especially the commendations and complaints, constitute a valuable source of information on public opinion on such matters as law enforcement, crime, liquor regulation, blue laws, gambling, the location of roads, and the impact of growing industrialization on a largely rural state.

The documents in the series relating to the years 1939 to 1942 and 1949 to 1959 throw considerable light on the administration of justice on the federal level in Texas. This collection of legal papers provides insight into how the duties and activities of the federal judiciary relate to individuals, especially those who are involved in drugs, illegal entry into the United States, and other matters covered by federal statutes.

These papers will enable a student of Texas history to document many of its economic, social, and political aspects during the years 1929 to 1959. Allred's correspondents include most prominent men in Texas politics during those years, including many leading lawyers and businessmen, a considerable number of celebrities, and such people on the national scene as Franklin D. Roosevelt, James A. Farley, John N. Garner, Lyndon Johnson, Tom Connally, Sam Rayburn, Cordell Hull, Eleanor Roosevelt, and James Roosevelt.

Related Materials:

Luis Marquez Photographs digital collection (http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/p15195coll13)

Biographical Note

James V Allred was born in Bowie, Texas, on March 29, 1899 to Renne and Mary (Henson) Allred, Sr. He graduated from Bowie High School in 1917 and enrolled at Rice Institute (now Rice University), but withdrew for financial reasons. He served with the United States Immigration Service until his enlistment in the United States Navy during World War I. After the war Allred began the study of law as a clerk in a Wichita Falls law office. In 1921 he received an LL.B. from Cumberland University in Tennessee, and began practicing in Wichita Falls Texas. Allred married Joe Betsy Miller of Wichita Falls on June 20, 1927; they had three sons.

In 1923 Governor Pat M. Neff selected him to fill an unexpired term as district attorney for the Thirtieth Texas District, which included Wichita, Archer, and Young counties. In that office Allred earned a reputation as "the fighting district attorney" for his forthright opposition to the Ku Klux Klan. He was a candidate for the office of state attorney general in 1926 but was defeated by Claude Pollard in a close second-primary vote. In 1930 Allred won the race for the same position by defeating the incumbent, Robert Lee Bobbitt. As attorney general, Allred gained popular approval through a continuing campaign against monopolies and large businesses, and against the efforts of corporations to influence state taxation and fiscal policies.

His activities as attorney general, aided by the Depression-born distrust of large corporations, made him a logical candidate for the governorship of Texas in 1934. His principal Democratic opponents in 1934, both from Wichita Falls, were Tom F. Hunter, regarded as more liberal than the attorney general, and Charles C. McDonald, regarded as the candidate of the Ferguson faction. Allred gained a plurality in the first primary and defeated Hunter by 40,000 votes in the runoff. In addition to attempting to legislate his campaign proposals, the governor devoted this term to cooperating with federal programs designed to combat the Great Depression.

Several significant factors worked in Governor Allred's favor in the election of 1936. He had been commended highly by President Franklin D. Roosevelt for the state's cooperation and performance in the national recovery program, and that recognition had been a factor in causing the national Junior Chamber of Commerce to name Allred "Outstanding Young Man in America in 1935." Moreover, he had secured the enactment of many of his 1934 pledges to the voters of the state. As a result, he polled a majority of 52 percent in the first primary in a field of five candidates and won by a landslide in the general election of 1936.

Late in Allred's second term as governor, his nomination by President Roosevelt to a federal district judgeship was confirmed, and upon the completion of his gubernatorial term, he assumed his position on the bench. He resigned from the judgeship in 1942 to seek the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate, and after his defeat in that race by former Texas governor W. Lee O'Daniel he returned for a time to private law practice in Houston. Senator O'Daniel opposed Allred's appointment to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1943. In 1949 President Harry S. Truman returned Allred to the federal bench, where he remained until his death in 1959.

Biographical Timeline:

1890  Born, Bowie, Texas. Son of Renne and Marie Magdalone Henson Allred

1917  Graduated from Bowie High School 1918  Rice Institute, Houston, Texas (1 semester)

1918-1919  United States Navy

1921  LLB Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee

1921-1926  Practiced law, Wichita Falls, Texas

1923-1925  District Attorney, Wichita Falls, Archer and Young counties

1926  Candidate for Attorney General of Texas

1926-1930  Practiced law in Wichita Falls, Texas

1927  Married Joe Betsy Miller of Wichita Falls, Texas

1931-1934  Attorney General of the state of Texas

1935-1939  Governor of Texas (2 terms)

1939-1942  Judge, United States District Court, Southern District of Texas

1942  Sought Democratic nomination to United States Senate

1942-1949  Practiced Law, Houston, Texas

1949-1959  Judge, United States District Court, Southern District of Texas

1959  Died in Laredo, Texas, and is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Wichita Falls, Texas

Sources:

“Allred, James Burr V.” The Handbook of Texas Online. http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/AA/fal42.html Accessed Tue Jun 10 12:26:50 US/Central 2003

Subject/Index Terms

Allred, James V., 1899-1959
Governors - Texas
Political campaigns - Texas

Administrative Information

Repository: University of Houston Libraries

Access Restrictions: Open for research.

Use Restrictions:

Special Collections owns the physical items in our collections, but copyright normally belongs to the creator of the materials or his/her heirs. The researcher has full responsibility for determining copyright status, locating copyright holders, and abiding by current copyright laws when publishing or displaying copies of Special Collections material in print or electronic form. For more information, consult the appropriate librarian.

Photocopy decisions will be made by Special Collections staff on a case-by-case basis. Patrons are responsible for obtaining permission to publish from copyright holders.

Acquisition Source: Donated by Mrs. James V. Allred, William David Allred, and Sam Houston Allred, 1968.

Related Materials: Luis Marquez Photographs digital collection (http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/p15195coll13)

Preferred Citation: Governor James V. Allred Papers, Courtesy of Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries.

Processing Information: Originally procssed by Dawson Phelps, 1971. Additional processing by Bobby Marlin 2002.

Finding Aid Revision History: This finding aid was encoding in EAD scripts by Archon system scripts from a SQL database source on.


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Personal, 1922-1959],
[Series 2: Practice of Law, 1921-1930],
[Series 3: District Attorney, 1923-1925],
[Series 4: Political Files, 1926-1958],
[Series 5: Attorney General, 1931-1935],
[Series 6: Governor, 1935-1939],
[Series 7: Practice of Law, 1942-1949],
[Series 8: Judge U.S. District Court, 1939-1942 and 1949-1959],
[Series 9: Clippings and Newspapers, 1923-1970],
[Series 10: Miscellaneous Publications, 1935-1947],
[Series 11: Appointment Books, 1930-1959],
[Series 12: Photographs, Memorabilia, and Miscellaneous],
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Series 4: Political Files, 1926-1958

This series is the largest in the collection, consisting of forty-five boxes of materials concerning all of Allred’s political activities. Materials date from 1926 to 1958 and consist primarily of letters sent and received as well as other materials relating to various political activities and campaigns. These materials relate almost exclusively to the campaigns for the various offices, not to the time spent in those offices. Those materials can be found in their own series in other parts of the collection.

This series is divided chronologically into nine sub-series, six of which concern Allred’s major political campaigns and three of which relate to more general state and national political matters. The sub-series are: 1) Attorney General Campaign, 1926; 2) Attorney General Campaign, 1930; 3) General Political, 1931-1934; 4) Attorney General Campaign, 1932; 5) Governor, 1934; 6) Governor, 1936; 7) Miscellaneous Political Activity, 1937-1938; 8) United States Senate Campaign, 1942; and 9) Miscellaneous Political Activity.

Sub-Series 1: Attorney General Campaign, 1926
This sub-series, consisting of two boxes, relates to the attorney general campaign of 1926. It is divided into three sub-sub-series: Correspondence, Addresses and Results, and Scrapbook. Correspondence has been divided into incoming and outgoing, with incoming letters arranged alphabetically and outgoing letters arranged chronologically. Principal correspondents include Oveta Hoover Culp (Hobby), Dan Moody, Pat M. Neff, and Wright Patman.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspondence
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 1: Incoming, 1926
Box 33
Folder 1: A, 1926
Folder 2: B, 1926
Folder 3: C, 1926
Folder 4: D, 1926
Folder 5: E, 1926
Folder 6: F, 1926
Folder 7: G, 1926
Folder 8: H, 1926
Folder 9: J, 1926
Folder 10: K, 1926
Folder 11: L, 1926
Folder 12: M, 1926
Folder 13: N, 1926
Folder 14: O, 1926
Folder 15: P, 1926
Folder 16: R, 1926
Folder 17: S, 1926
Folder 18: T, 1926
Folder 19: V, 1926
Folder 20: W, 1926
Folder 21: Y, 1926
Folder 22: Z, 1926
Folder 23: 1926
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 2: Outgoing, 1926, 1929-1930
Box 33
Folder 24-28: James V. Allred, 1926
Box 34
Folder 1: Ben P. Allred, 1926
Folder 2: O.H. Allred, 1926
Folder 3-4: Raymond S. Allred, 1926
Folder 5: Renne Allred, 1929-1930
Folder 6: Miscellaneous, 1926
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Addresses, Results of 1st Primary
Box 34
Folder 7: Addresses – Political, 1926
Folder 8: Addresses – Patriotic, 1926
Folder 9: July Election Results, 1926
Folder 10: Petitions for Attorney General Candidacy, undated
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Scrapbooks, 1926
Box 34
Folder 11: Two Scrapbooks of Articles Labeled "ALL FOR ALLRED"
Sub-Series 2: Attorney General Campaign, 1930
This sub-series, consisting of four boxes of correspondence, expenses, and schedules, relates to Allred’s second campaign for Attorney General in 1930. Materials have been divided into two sub-sub-series: Correspondence and Miscellaneous.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspodence
Correspondence has been divided into incoming and outgoing, with incoming letters arranged alphabetically and outgoing letters arranged first by author and then chronologically. Principal correspondents include Robert Lee Bobbitt, Bowd Farrar, Victor B. Gilbert, J.R. Greer, John Henry Kirby, Dan Moody, Wright Patman, D.A. Paulus, and J.W. Stevenson.
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 1: Incoming, 1930
Box 35
Folder 1: A-Al
Folder 2: Al-At
Folder 3: Ba
Folder 4: Be
Folder 5: Bi-BL
Folder 6: Bo
Folder 7: Br
Folder 8: Bu-By
Folder 9: Cab-Chai
Folder 10: Cham-Cole
Folder 11: Coll-Cz
Folder 12: Dal-Deca
Folder 13: Dech-Dyk
Folder 14: E
Folder 15: F
Folder 16: G
Folder 17: Had-Haz
Folder 18: Hea-Hew
Folder 19: Hid-Hix
Folder 20: Hop-How
Folder 21: Hub-Hut
Folder 22: I
Folder 23: J
Folder 24: K
Folder 25: L
Folder 26: Kemp Hotel (Wichita Falls) Telegrams, 1930
Folder 27: M-MacG
Folder 28: Mach-Mac R
Folder 29: Mad-May
Folder 30: Me-Mi
Folder 31: Mo-Mu
Box 36
Folder 1: N
Folder 2: O
Folder 3: Pab-Pay
Folder 4: Pea-Plas
Folder 5: Plu-Put
Folder 6: Rad-Rho
Folder 7: Ric-Ry
Folder 8: Sad-Saw
Folder 9: Sha-Shu
Folder 10: Sca-Set
Folder 11: Sig-Slo
Folder 12: Sma-Smi
Folder 13: Sol-Spu
Folder 14: Sta-Sti
Folder 15: Sto-Swi
Folder 16: Shreveport Telegrams (KWKH) – Answered
Folder 17: T
Folder 18: U-V
Folder 19: Wad-Whit
Folder 20: Wi-Wy
Folder 21: X-Y-Z
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 2: Outgoing, 1930
Box 36
Folder 22-28: James V. Allred
Box 37
Folder 1-11: Renne Allred, Jr.
Folder 12: Ben P. Allred
Folder 13: Hazel Allred
Folder 14: O.H. Allred
Folder 15: Reene Allred, Sr.
Folder 16: Raymond S. Allred
Folder 17: W.L. Bass
Folder 18: Bernard Martin
Folder 19: Miscellaneous
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Miscellaneous
This sub-sub-series includes expenses, endorsements, lists of supporters by county, clippings, broadsides, schedules, and other printed matter.
Box 38
Folder 1: Two Newspapers
Folder 2: Allred-Campaign Expenses, 1930
Folder 3: List of Supporters and Endorsements, 1930
Folder 4: Addresses
Folder 5: Lists of Supporters
Folder 6: Laws
Folder 7: Schedules – Lists of Speaking Engagements
Folder 8: Speech, 1930
Folder 9: Unlabeled folder with campaign materials
Folder 10: Miscellaneous
Folder 11: Unlabeled folder
Folder 12: Three books with information on supporters from different counties
Sub-Series 3: General Political, 1931-1934
This sub-series consists of forty-seven folders divided into two sub-sub-series: Correspondence and Invitations. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and chronologically by year. The invitations are arranged chronologically.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspondence
Box 38
Folder 13: A, 1934
Folder 14: A, 1933
Folder 15: B, 1933
Folder 16: A, 1932
Folder 17: B, 1931, 1932
Folder 18: B, 1934
Folder 19: C, 1932, 1931
Folder 20: C, 1933
Folder 21: D, 1934
Folder 22: D, 1933
Folder 23: D, 1931, 1932
Folder 24: E, 1934
Folder 25: E, 1931-1933
Folder 26: F, 1934
Folder 27: F, 1931-1933
Folder 28: G, 1934
Folder 29: G, 1933
Box 39
Folder 1: G, 1932
Folder 2: G, 1931
Folder 3: H, 1934
Folder 4: H, 1930-1932
Folder 5: H, 1933
Folder 6: I, 1933
Folder 7: J, 1934
Folder 8: J, 1931-1933
Folder 9: K, 1932-1934
Folder 10: L, 1932-1933
Folder 11: L, 1934
Folder 12: 1931-1933
Folder 13: Mc, 1934, 1933, 1932
Folder 14: M, 1932-1934
Folder 15: N, 1930-1931, 1933-1934
Folder 16: O, 1931-1934
Folder 17: P, 1934
Folder 18: P, 1931-1933
Folder 19: Q, 1932-1933
Folder 20: R, 1931-1934
Folder 21: S, 1934
Folder 22: S, 1931-1933
Folder 23: T, 1932-1934
Folder 24: W, 1932-1933
Folder 25: X-Z, 1932-1934
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Invitations, Acceptances and Regrets, 1931-1934
Box 40
Folder 1: Invitations, 1931
Folder 2: Invitations, 1932
Folder 3: Invitations, 1933
Folder 4: Invitations, 1933
Folder 5: Invitations (Fragmentary), 1934
Sub-Series 4: Texas Attorney General Campaign, 1932
This sub-series, consisting of two boxes, relates to Allred’s Attorney General Campaign of 1932. It contains correspondence, miscellaneous materials, and election returns and has been divided into four sub-sub-series, Correspondence by Counties, Correspondence by Month, Miscellaneous, and Returns by County.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspondence by Counties, 1932
This sub-sub-series is arranged alphabetically by Texas county.
Box 40
Folder 6: A
Folder 7: B
Folder 8: C
Folder 9: D
Folder 10: E
Folder 11: F
Folder 12: Outgoing – A-F, 1932
Folder 13: G
Folder 14: H
Folder 15: J
Folder 16: K
Folder 17: L
Folder 18: M
Folder 19: N
Folder 20: O-P
Folder 21: Outgoing – G-P, 1932
Box 41
Folder 1: R
Folder 2: S
Folder 3: T
Folder 4: U
Folder 5: V
Folder 6: W
Folder 7: Y
Folder 8: Outgoing – R-Y, 1932
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Correspondence by Month, 1932
This sub-sub-series is arranged alphabetically by month.
Box 41
Folder 9: A-B
Folder 10: C
Folder 11: Calhoun, Clem
Folder 12: D
Folder 13: E
Folder 14: F-G
Folder 15: H
Folder 16: J
Folder 17: L
Folder 18: K
Folder 19: M
Folder 20: Mc
Folder 21: P
Folder 22: R
Folder 23: S-T
Folder 24: U
Folder 25: W-Z
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Miscellaneous
This sub-sub-series includes press releases, campaign expenses, and speeches.
Box 41
Folder 26: Application for Candidacy, 1932
Folder 27: Invitations, 1932
Folder 28: Platform – Adopted at State Convention, 1932
Folder 29: Prepared Speech on Behalf of James V. Allred, 1932
Folder 30: Tyler, Texas Speech, 1932
Folder 31: Campaign Expenses
Folder 32: Press Releases and Memos, 1932 Campaign
Folder 33: Speeches, Campaign, 1932
Folder 34: Speeches, Campaign – For reelection as Attorney General, 1932
Sub-Sub-Series 4: Returns by Counties, 1932
This sub-sub-series is arranged alphabetically by Texas county.
Box 42
Folder 1: A-G
Folder 2: H-O
Folder 3: P-Z
Sub-Series 5: Governor, 1934
This sub-series, relating to the gubernatorial campaign of 1934, is one of the largest sub-series within the Political Files series. It consists of eight boxes of materials, including correspondence, speeches, mailing lists, and financial records, dating from 1933 to 1935. It has been divided into seven sub-sub-series: Correspondence, Invitations to Speak, Speeches, Miscellaneous, Mailing Lists, Political Opponents, and Congratulations.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspondence
This sub-sub-series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent’s name and then chronologically within folders by month.
Box 42
Folder 4: A
Folder 5: B, 1934-1935
Folder 6: B, 1933-1934
Folder 7: C, 1934-1935
Folder 8: D
Folder 9: E
Folder 10: F
Folder 11: G, 1934-1935
Folder 12: H, 1934
Folder 13: H, June 1935
Box 43
Folder 1: I
Folder 2: J
Folder 3: K
Folder 4: L
Folder 5: M, 1934
Folder 6: M, 1934-1935
Folder 7: N
Folder 8: O
Folder 9: P
Folder 10: Q
Folder 11: R, Jan.-Mar. 1934
Folder 12: R, Apr.-May 1934
Folder 13: R, June 1934
Folder 14: R, July 1934
Folder 15: R, Aug. 1934-Jan. 1935
Folder 16: S, 1931-1934
Folder 17: S, 1934
Folder 18: S, 1934
Box 44
Folder 1-2: S, May 1934
Folder 3-4: S, June 1934
Folder 5-6: S, July 1934
Folder 7-8: S, August 1934
Folder 9: S, Sept.-Dec. 1934
Folder 10: T, 1931-1934
Folder 11: T
Folder 12: T, June 1934
Folder 13: T, Aug. 1934
Folder 14: T, July 1934
Folder 15: T, Sept. 1934-Jan. 1935
Folder 16: U
Folder 17: V
Box 45
Folder 1: W, 1931-1934
Folder 2: W, Mar.-Apr. 1934
Folder 3: W, May 1934
Folder 4: W, June 1934
Folder 5: W, July 1934
Folder 6: W, Sept. 1934-1935
Folder 7: W, Aug. 1934
Folder 8: Y, 1933-1935
Folder 9: Z, 1934
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Invitations to Speak
This sub-sub-series is divided into Not Accepted, Accepted, and Notices, which are each arranged chronologically by month.
Box 45
Folder 10: Not Accepted, 1933-1934
Folder 11: Not Accepted, 1934
Folder 12-13: Not Accepted, Oct. 1934
Folder 14: Not Accepted, Nov.-Dec. 1934
Box 46
Folder 1: Accepted, 1933-1934
Folder 2: Accepted, Mar.-Aug. 1934
Folder 3: Accepted, Oct.-Dec. 1934
Folder 4-5: Notices About Speaking, 1934
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Speeches
This sub-sub-series is arranged alphabetically, chiefly by place of delivery.
Box 46
Folder 6: Amarillo Speech, 1934
Folder 7: Austin, Texas Speech – Death of W.O. Higgens, 1934
Folder 8: Bowie, Texas Speech – Opening in Campaign for Governor, April 9, 1934
Folder 9: Bowie, Texas Speech, 1934
Folder 10: Centenarian Speech
Folder 11: Charges by Tom F. Hunter/Statement by J.V.A.
Folder 12: Clifton Speech (Hunter)
Folder 13: Dallas, Texas Speech, 1934
Folder 14: Data – Used by Speakers
Folder 15: District Chairman
Folder 16: Fort Worth Speech – On Utility Regulation, 1934
Folder 17: Galveston Speech
Folder 18: Hester, George C. Speech – On Tax Reform
Folder 19: Itinerary
Folder 20: Lieck, Charles J. – Speaker on Behalf of J.V.A., 1934
Folder 21: Llano, Texas Speech, June 15, 1934
Folder 22: Pardoning Power Statement by J.V.A.
Folder 23: Regulation of Public Utilities Over WOAI Radio, 1934
Folder 24: San Antonio Radio Speech on Utilities, 1934
Folder 25: San Antonio Speech, 1934
Folder 26: Sweetwater, Texas Speech, 1934
Folder 27: Yarborough, Ralph Memo – Labor Day
Folder 28: List of Volunteers – By City
Folder 29: Speaking Engagements – Miscellaneous
Folder 30: Suggestions
Sub-Sub-Series 4: Miscellaneous
This sub-sub-series consists of campaign expenses, clippings, press releases and publicity, and election returns, which are arrange alphabetically by function.
Box 46
Folder 31: Campaign Expenses
Folder 32: Campaign Contributions
Folder 33: Financial Offers
Folder 34-35: Campaign Expenses – Recorded
Box 47
Folder 1-3: Untitled Folder
Folder 4-5: Newspaper Clippings
Folder 6: Poems
Folder 7: Press Releases
Folder 8: Publicity
Folder 9: Radio File
Folder 10: Election Returns By Counties General Election, 1934
Sub-Sub-Series 5: Mailing Lists
This sub-sub-series is arranged alphabetically by names of cities, with the exception of the “Lists of Supporters by Counties,” which are arranged alphabetically by Texas county.
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 1: Complete
Box 47
Folder 11: A-C-Book No. 1, 1934
Folder 12: D-G-Book No. 2, 1934
Folder 13: H-L-Book No. 3, 1934
Folder 14: M-P-Book No. 4, 1934
Folder 15: Q-Z-Book No. 5, 1934
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 2: Lists of Supporters by Counties
Box 48
Folder 1: Miscellaneous 3 X 5 index cards with names and counties
Folder 2: Binder: List Supporters, 1932
Folder 3: List of Supporters
Folder 4: Allred for Governor Club
Folder 5: Binder Literature Sent To The Persons Listed, 1934
Folder 6: L thru XYZ
Folder 7: Binder Literature Sent To The Persons Listed, 1934
Folder 8: Clubs – Allred Supporters
Folder 9: Pleas for Support
Sub-Sub-Series 6: Political Opponents
These four folders are arranged alphabetically by opponent’s name.
Box 48
Folder 10: Hughes, Maury
Folder 11: Hunter, Tom F.
Folder 12: McDonald, C.C.
Folder 13: Sterling, R.S.
Sub-Sub-Series 7: Congratulations
This sub-sub-series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent’s name and then chronologically within folders by years.
Box 49
Folder 1: A
Folder 2: B, 1935
Folder 3: B, 1934-1935
Folder 4: C, 1934
Folder 5: C, 1934-1935
Folder 6: D
Folder 7: E
Folder 8: F
Folder 9: G
Folder 10: H, 1934
Folder 11: H, 1934-1935
Folder 12: I
Folder 13: J
Folder 14: K
Folder 15: L
Folder 16: M, 1934
Folder 17: M, 1934-1935
Folder 18: Mc
Box 50
Folder 1: N
Folder 2: O
Folder 3: P
Folder 4: R
Folder 5: S, 1934-1935
Folder 6: S, 1934
Folder 7: T
Folder 8: U
Folder 9: V
Folder 10: W, Jan.-Aug. 1934
Folder 11: W, 1934-1935
Folder 12: X
Folder 13: Y
Folder 14: Z
Sub-Series 6: Governor, 1936
This sub-series, which relates to Allred’s second gubernatorial campaign in 1936, is the largest in the Political Files series consisting of thirteen boxes. Materials include political correspondence, speeches, and some financial records dating almost entirely from 1936. Materials have been divided into four sub-sub-series: Correspondence, Speeches, Miscellaneous, and Correspondence with County Chairmen.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspondence
The correspondence sub-sub-series is divided according to how it was originally arranged. The first group of twenty-eight folders is arranged alphabetically by correspondent’s name. The next group of fourteen folders is arranged chronologically by month. The third, and largest, group of 226 folders is arranged alphabetically by Texas county name. The final group is invitations, both accepted and rejected, which are arranged chronologically by month.
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 1: Arranged by Correspondent
Box 51
Folder 1: A
Folder 2: Ba-Bi
Folder 3: Bl-By
Folder 4: C
Folder 5: D
Folder 6: E
Folder 7: F
Folder 8: G
Folder 9: Ha-Hi
Folder 10: Ho-Hu
Folder 11: Hunter, Tom F.
Folder 12: I
Folder 13: J
Folder 14: K
Folder 15: L
Folder 16: M
Folder 17: N
Folder 18: O
Folder 19: P
Folder 20: R
Box 52
Folder 1: Sanderford, Roy
Folder 2: Sa-Sp
Folder 3: St-Sw
Folder 4: T
Folder 5: U
Folder 6: W
Folder 7: Y
Folder 8: Z
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 2: Arranged by Month
Box 52
Folder 9: Jan. 1936
Folder 10: Feb. 1936
Folder 11: Mar. 1936
Folder 12: Apr. 1936
Folder 13: June 1936
Folder 14: May 1936
Folder 15: July 1-July 19, 1936
Folder 16: July 20-July 31, 1936
Folder 17: Aug. 1936
Folder 18: Sept. 1936
Folder 19: Oct. 1936
Folder 20: Nov. 1936
Folder 21: Dec. 1936
Folder 22: Miscellaneous
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 3: Arranged by County
Box 53
Folder 1: Anderson, E.V. Swift, Palestine
Folder 2: Angelina County, Dr. L.H. Denman, Lufkin
Folder 3: Archer, Clyde Taylor, Archer City
Folder 4: Atascosa
Folder 5: Austin County, Arthur J. Clarke, Bellville
Folder 6: Bandera
Folder 7: Bastrop
Folder 8: Bee
Folder 9: Bell
Folder 10: Bexar County, A-G
Folder 11: Bexar, H-Z
Folder 12: Blanco
Folder 13: Bosque
Folder 14: Bowie
Folder 15: Brazoria
Folder 16: Brazos
Folder 17: Brewster
Folder 18: Briscoe
Folder 19: Brooks
Folder 20: Brown
Folder 21: Burleson
Folder 22: Burnett
Folder 23: Calhoun, W. H. Bauer, Port Lavaca
Folder 24: Callahan
Folder 25: Caldwell
Folder 26: Cameron, Henry Bell, Brownsville
Folder 27: Camp
Folder 28: Carson
Folder 29: Cass, A. D. Brabham, Atlanta
Folder 30: Castro
Folder 31: Chambers, Charles C. Bellar, Anahuac
Folder 32: Cherokee
Folder 33: Childress, A.B. Abington, Childress
Folder 34: Clay
Folder 35: Coke
Folder 36: Coleman, Joe B. Hedelston, Coleman
Folder 37: Collins, A-G
Folder 38: Collins, H-Z
Folder 39: Collingsworth, Lynn, W.H., Wellington
Folder 40: Colorado, Johnny Walker, Weimar
Folder 41: Comal, Dr. Rennie Wright, New Braunfels, A-L
Folder 42: Comal, M-Z
Box 54
Folder 1: Comanche
Folder 2: Concho, S.R. Williams, Eden
Folder 3: Cooke
Folder 4: Coryell Robert W. Brown, Gatesville
Folder 5: Crockett
Folder 6: Crosby
Folder 7: Culberson
Folder 8: Dallan, Albert Law, Dalhart
Folder 9: Dallas, Gerald C. Mann, Dallas A-M
Folder 10: Dallas, N-Z
Folder 11: Dawson
Folder 12: Deaf Smith
Folder 13: Delta, J.C. Lynes, Cooper
Folder 14: Denton, Fred Minor, Denton
Folder 15: De Witt, Tom Cheatham, Cuero
Folder 16: Dimmit
Folder 17: Donley
Folder 18: Duval
Folder 19: Eastland, Frank Spache, Eastland
Folder 20: Ector, Paul Moss, Odessa
Folder 21: Edwards
Folder 22: Ellis, A.R.Stout, Ennis
Folder 23: El Paso, Frank Clayton, El Paso A-K
Folder 24: El Paso, L-Z
Folder 25: Erath
Folder 26: Falls, Charles E. Reajon
Folder 27: Fannin, S. F. Leslie, Bonham
Folder 28: Fayette, A-L Alfred H. Blume, La George
Folder 29: Fayette, M-Z
Folder 30: Fisher, Roy F. Formway, Roby Floyd
Folder 31: Foard
Folder 32: Fort Bend, Judge T.W. Pollard, Rosenberg
Folder 33: Freestone
Folder 34: Friday Gains, Jim Williams, Sea Graves
Folder 35: Galveston
Folder 36: Gillespie
Folder 37: Glasscock
Folder 38: Goliad
Folder 39: Gonzales
Folder 40: Gray
Folder 41: Grayson
Folder 42: Gregg
Folder 43: Guadalupe
Folder 44: Grimes
Folder 45: Hale
Folder 46: Hall
Folder 47: Hamilton
Folder 48: Hansford
Folder 49: Hardeman
Folder 50: Hardin
Folder 51: Harris
Box 55
Folder 1: Harrison
Folder 2: Haskell
Folder 3: Hays
Folder 4: Henderson
Folder 5: Hidalgo
Folder 6: Hackley, A-J
Folder 7: Hackley, K-Y
Folder 8: Hill
Folder 9: Hood
Folder 10: Hopkins
Folder 11: Houston
Folder 12: Howard
Folder 13: Hutchinson
Folder 14: Hunt
Folder 15: Jack
Folder 16: Jackson
Folder 17: Jasper
Folder 18: Jeff Davis
Folder 19: Jefferson
Folder 20: Jim Hogg
Folder 21: Jim Wells
Folder 22: Johnson
Folder 23: Jones
Folder 24: Karnes
Folder 25: Kaufman
Folder 26: Kendall
Folder 27: Kennedy
Folder 28: Kent
Folder 29: Kerr
Folder 30: Kimble
Folder 31: King
Folder 32: Kinney
Folder 33: Kleberg
Folder 34: Knox
Box 56
Folder 1: Lamar
Folder 2: Lamb
Folder 3: Lampasas
Folder 4: LaSalle
Folder 5: Lavaca
Folder 6: Lee
Folder 7: Leon
Folder 8: Liberty
Folder 9: Limestone
Folder 10: Lipscomb
Folder 11: Live Oak
Folder 12: Llano Lubbock
Folder 13: Lynn
Folder 14: McClennan
Folder 15: McColloch
Folder 16: Madison
Folder 17: Marion
Folder 18: Mason
Folder 19: Mata Gorda
Folder 20: Maverick
Folder 21: Medina
Folder 22: Menard
Folder 23: Midland
Folder 24: Milam Mills
Folder 25: Mitchell
Folder 26: Montague
Folder 27: Montgomery
Folder 28: Moore
Folder 29: Morris
Folder 30: Motley
Folder 31: Nacogdoches
Folder 32: Navarro
Folder 33: Newton
Folder 34: Nolan
Folder 35: Neuces
Folder 36: Ochiltree
Folder 37: Oldham
Folder 38: Orange
Folder 39: Palo Pinto
Folder 40: Panola
Folder 41: Parker
Folder 42: Parmer
Folder 43: Presidio
Folder 44: Pecos
Folder 45: Polk
Folder 46: Potter
Folder 47: Rains
Folder 48: Randall
Folder 49: Real
Folder 50: Refugid
Folder 51: Red River
Folder 52: Reeves
Folder 53: Robertson
Folder 54: Rockwall
Folder 55: Runnels Rusk
Box 57
Folder 1: Sabine, A-K
Folder 2: Sabine, L-Y
Folder 3: San Augustine
Folder 4: San Jacinto
Folder 5: San Saba
Folder 6: San Patricio
Folder 7: Scurry
Folder 8: Shackelford
Folder 9: Shelby
Folder 10: Sherman
Folder 11: Smith, A-M
Folder 12: Smith, N-Z
Folder 13: Somervell
Folder 14: Starr
Folder 15: Stephens
Folder 16: Stonewall
Folder 17: Sutton
Folder 18: Swisher
Folder 19: Tarrant, A-G
Folder 20: Tarrant, H-P
Folder 21: Tarrant, Q-Z
Folder 22: Taylor, A-H
Folder 23: Taylor, J-Z
Folder 24: Terrell
Folder 25: Throckmorton
Folder 26: Terry
Folder 27: Titus
Box 58
Folder 1: Tom Green
Folder 2: Travis
Folder 3: Trinity
Folder 4: Tyler
Folder 5: Upton
Folder 6: Upshur
Folder 7: Uvalde
Folder 8: Val Verde
Folder 9: Van Zandt
Folder 10: Victoria
Folder 11: Young
Folder 12: Walker
Folder 13: Waller
Folder 14: Ward
Folder 15: Washington
Folder 16: Webb
Folder 17: Wharton
Folder 18: Wheeler
Folder 19: Wichita
Folder 20: Wilbarger
Folder 21: Willarcy
Folder 22: Williamson
Folder 23: Wilson
Folder 24: Wise
Folder 25: Wood
Folder 26: Zapata
Folder 27: Zavala
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 4: Invitations
Box 59
Folder 1: Declined, 1936
Box 60
Folder 1: Declined, 1936
Folder 2: Extended – Opening Speech Waxahachie
Folder 3: Accepted, 1936
Box 61
Folder 1-26: Accepted, 1936
Folder 27: Governor's Itinerary, 1936
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Speeches
This sub-sub-series is arranged chronologically, with the exception of the Political Speeches, which are arranged alphabetically by place of delivery.
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 1: Special Occasions
Box 61
Folder 28: Inaugural Address delivered, Jan. 15, 1936
Folder 29: Welcome Speech at Kiwanis, San Antonio, May 19, 1935
Folder 30: Speech Delivered at Laymen’s Banquet, San Antonio, Oct. 17, 1935
Folder 31: Groundbreaking Speech for Centennial Building delivered, Dallas, Oct.19, 1935
Folder 32: Radio Address on Citrus Week, Austin, Dec. 6, 1935
Folder 33: Pan American Round Table Speech about Moses Austin, Jan. 6, 1936
Folder 34: Excerpts from Jackson Day Dinner Banquet, Nashville, TN, Jan. 8, 1936
Folder 35: Speech Delivered to Junior Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 22, 1936
Folder 36: Houston Chamber of Commerce Speech, Jan. 23, 1936
Folder 37: Alamo City Democratic Club, Jan. 23, 1936
Folder 38: Radio Speech, Austin, supporting Presidential Ball, Jan. 25, 1936
Folder 39: Austin, Speech about Presidential Birthday Ball, Jan. 30, 1936
Folder 40: Speech Delivered before State Democratic Executive Committee, Feb. 1, 1936
Folder 41: Speech Delivered to Boy Scouts of America Region 9, Feb. 8, 1936
Folder 42: Speech Delivered by Marlin E. Sandlin, Assistant Secretary of State, Honoring Texas Independence, Mar. 2, 1936
Folder 43: Speech About Washington on the Brazos, Commemorating Texas Independence, Mar. 2, 1936
Folder 44: Speech over the radio, Houston on Independence, Mar. 2, 1936
Folder 45: Amarillo Cattlemen’s Convention, Mar. 10, 1936
Folder 46: Address to Parole Conference, Mar. 14, 1936
Folder 47: Fort Worth about Special Interest, Apr. 20, year unknown
Folder 48: Speech at San Jacinto Battleground, Apr. 21, 1936
Folder 49: Excerpts from S.M.U. luncheon Speech, Apr. 23, 1936
Folder 50: Excerpts of Speech delivered to Houston Chamber of Commerce, May 5, 1936
Folder 51: Excerpts of Speech to State Federation of Labor, May 11, 1936
Folder 52: Speech by Gossett, Houston, May 17, year unknown
Folder 53: Excerpts of Speech at State Democratic Convention San Antonio
Box 62
Folder 1: T.C.U Commencement Speech, June 1, 1936
Folder 2: Speech at San Jacinto Battleground, June 11, 1936
Folder 3: Speech at Ft. Worth, Texas Christian Endeavor Union, June 14, 1936
Folder 4: Speech Delivered at National Democratic Convention to Nominate John C. Garner Vice President, June 14, 1936
Folder 5: Excerpts from Corpus Christi Speech, about Industry in Texas, Second Re-election Speech, July 2, 1936
Folder 6: Speech before State Bar Association, Dallas, July 6, 1936
Folder 7: Czechoslovakia Day, Dallas, July 19, 1936
Folder 8: First Southwestern Parole Conference Address, Galveston, Sept. 2, 1936
Folder 9: Speech kicking off National Campaign of Young Democrats, Medicine Park Oklahoma, Sept. 5, 1936
Folder 10: Speech Delivered by Senator-Elect Josh Lee of Oklahoma at Texas Democratic Convention, Fort Worth, Sept. 8, 1936
Folder 11: Tulsa Speech for Reelection of FDR and Garner, Oct. 24, 1936
Folder 12: Speech Delivered to Southwestern State Probation and Parole Conference, New Orleans, Dec. 3, 1936
Folder 13: Inaugural Address of James V. Allred, Jan. 19, 1937
Folder 14: State-wide Radio Message on New London School Disaster, Mar. 28, 1937
Folder 15: Speech Delivered at the Dedication of the American Legion Memorial Museum, Austin, Dec. 19, 1937
Folder 16: Upon Occasion of Retiring from Governorship, Jan. 17, 1939
Folder 17: Proclaiming Texas Rangers’ Week, undated
Folder 18: Speech Delivered by George C. Merrick of Maryland in the U.S. Senate on Texas Annexation, Feb. 21, 1845
Folder 19: Letter written by Rev. Sumner Bacon on Money Due Him for Independent War Expenditure, Nov. 1843
Folder 20: Clemency and Parole from various speeches
Folder 21: Speech on Proposed Pension Amendment Law for Texas
Folder 22: Early Germanic Influence in Texas, undated
Folder 23: S.M.U Address, undated
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 2: Political, 1936
Box 62
Folder 24: Re-election speech, no location, undated
Folder 25: Waxahachie, Campaign, June 30, 1936
Folder 26: Campaign - Corpus Christi, July 3, 1936
Folder 27: Campaign - Tyler, July 1936
Folder 28: Campaign - Brady, July 4, 1936
Folder 29: Campaign - Sherman, July 6, 1936
Folder 30: Campaign - Paris, July 7, 1936
Folder 31: Campaign - Atlanta, July 8, 1936
Folder 32: Campaign - Longview, July 9, 1936
Folder 33: Campaign - Palestine, July 9, 1936
Folder 34: Crockett, Texas Re-election Speech, July 10, 1936
Folder 35: Nacogdoches Speech for Re-election, July 11, 1936
Folder 36: Campaign - Austin, July 12, 1936
Folder 37: Campaign - Abilene, July 14, 1936
Folder 38: Campaign - Fort Worth, July 17, 1936
Folder 39: Campaign - San Antonio, July 20, 1936
Folder 40: Campaign - Waco, July 23, 1936
Folder 41: Campaign - Wichita Falls - Closing Speech, July 24, 1936
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Miscellaneous, 1936
Box 62
Folder 42: Editorials, 1936
Folder 43: Czech Supporters of Allred-Kohut, J.H., 1936
Folder 44: Campaign Contributions, 1936
Folder 45: Expense Account, 1st Primary, Billy Burks, 1936
Folder 46: Expense Account, 1st Primary, 1936
Folder 47: Inaugural, 1936
Folder 48: Press Releases, 1936
Folder 49: Bills
Folder 50: Interoffice Memoranda
Folder 51: Itinerary, Campaign, 1936
Sub-Sub-Series 4: Correspondence with County Chairman, 1936
Box 63
Folder 1: A-Bus
Folder 2: Butler
Folder 3: C
Folder 4: D-F
Folder 5: G-J
Folder 6: K-Min
Folder 7: Mo-Re
Folder 8: Ri-S
Folder 9: T-Z
Sub-Series 7: Miscellaneous Political Activity, 1937-1938
This sub-series, consisting of twenty-five folders, records miscellaneous political activities during 1937 and 1938. Materials include correspondence divided chronologically by year and then arranged by month.
Box 63
Folder 10: Jan. 1937
Folder 11: Feb. 1937
Folder 12: Mar. 1937
Folder 13: Apr. 1937
Folder 14: May 1937
Folder 15: June 1937
Folder 16: July 1937
Folder 17: Aug. 1937
Folder 18: Sept. 1937
Folder 19: Oct. 1937
Folder 20: Nov. 1937
Folder 21: Dec. 1937
Box 64
Folder 1: Political, O'Daniel, 1938
Folder 2: Jan. 1938
Folder 3: Feb. 1938
Folder 4: Mar. 1-22, 1938
Folder 5: Mar. 23, 1938
Folder 6: Apr. 1938
Folder 7: May 1938
Folder 8: June 1938
Folder 9: July 1938
Folder 10: Aug. 1-25, 1938
Folder 11: Aug. 25-31, 1938
Folder 12: Sept. 1938
Folder 13: Oct. 1938
Folder 14: Nov. 1938
Folder 15: Dec. 1938
Sub-Series 8: U.S. Senate Campaign
This sub-series of eleven boxes relates to Allred’s campaign for the United States Senate in 1942. Materials include correspondence, speeches, expenses, and newspaper clippings. It has been divided into five sub-sub-series: Correspondence, Miscellaneous, List of Supporters, Speeches, and Newspaper Clippings.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspondence, 1942
This sub-sub-series is divided into two groups based on its original processing. The first group of nine folders is arranged alphabetically by correspondent’s name and then chronologically by month. The remainder of the correspondence is arranged alphabetically by Texas county name and then chronologically within folders by month.
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 1: Political
Box 64
Folder 16: A-B, 1942
Folder 17: C-D, 1942
Folder 18: E-H
Folder 19: I-M
Box 65
Folder 1: N-R, 1942
Folder 2: V-Z, 1942
Folder 3: S-U, 1942
Folder 4: Miscellaneous; Anonymous, 1942
Folder 5
Sub-Sub-Sub Series 2: General
Box 65
Folder 6: Anderson
Folder 7: Andrews
Folder 8: Angelina
Folder 9: Aransas
Folder 10: Archer
Folder 11: Armstrong
Folder 12: Atascosa
Folder 13: Austin
Folder 14: Bailey
Folder 15: Bandera
Folder 16: Barden
Folder 17: Basque
Folder 18: Bastrop
Folder 19: Baylor
Folder 20: Bee
Folder 21: Bell
Folder 22: Bexar, Mar., May
Folder 23: Bexar, June
Folder 24: Bexar, July-Oct.
Folder 25: Blanco
Folder 26: Bowie
Folder 27: Brazoria
Folder 28: Brazos
Folder 29: Brewster
Folder 30: Briscoe
Folder 31: Brooks
Folder 32: Brown
Folder 33: Burnett
Folder 34: Burleson
Folder 35: Caldwell
Folder 36: Calhoun
Folder 37: Callahan
Folder 38: Camp
Folder 39: Cameron, May-June
Folder 40: Cameron, July-Aug.
Folder 41: Carson
Folder 42: Cass
Folder 43: Castro
Folder 44: Chambers
Folder 45: Cherokee
Folder 46: Childress
Folder 47: Clay
Folder 48: Cochran
Folder 49: Coke
Folder 50: Coleman
Folder 51: Collin
Folder 52: Colorado
Folder 53: Comal
Folder 54: Comanche
Folder 55: Concho
Folder 56: Cooke
Folder 57: Coryell
Folder 58: Cottle
Folder 59: Crane
Folder 60: Crockett
Folder 61: Crosby
Folder 62: Culberson
Box 66
Folder 1: Dallas, Jan.-May
Folder 2: Dallas, June
Folder 3: Dallas, July 1-15
Folder 4: Dallas, July 16-31
Folder 5: Dallas, Aug.
Folder 6: Dallam
Folder 7: Dawson
Folder 8: Deaf Smith
Folder 9: Delta
Folder 10: Denton
Folder 11: DeWitte
Folder 12: Dickens
Folder 13: Dimmitt
Folder 14: Donley
Folder 15: Duval
Folder 16: Eastland
Folder 17: Edwards
Folder 18: Ellis
Folder 19: Ector
Folder 20: El Paso
Folder 21: Erath
Folder 22: Falls
Folder 23: Fannin
Folder 24: Fayette, 1941-1942
Folder 25-27: Fayette, 1942
Folder 28: Fisher
Folder 29: Floyd
Folder 30: Foard
Folder 31: Fort Bend
Folder 32: Franklin
Folder 33: Freestone
Folder 34: Frio
Folder 35: Gaines
Folder 36: Galveston
Folder 37: Garza
Folder 38: Gillespie
Folder 39: Glasscock
Folder 40: Goliad
Folder 41: Gonzales
Folder 42: Gray
Folder 43: Grayson
Folder 44: Gregg
Folder 45: Grimes
Folder 46: Guadalupe
Folder 47: Hall
Folder 48: Hale
Folder 49: Hamilton
Folder 50: Hansford
Box 67
Folder 1: Hardeman
Folder 2: Hardin
Folder 3: Harris, Nov. 1941-1942
Folder 4: Harris, 1942
Folder 5-6: Harris, July 1942
Folder 7: Harris, Aug. 1942
Folder 8: Harris, Aug. 1942
Folder 9: Harrison
Folder 10: Hartley
Folder 11: Haskell
Folder 12: Hays
Folder 13: Hemphill
Folder 14: Henderson
Folder 15: Hidalgo
Folder 16: Hill
Folder 17: Hockley
Folder 18: Hood
Folder 19: Hopkins
Folder 20: Houston
Folder 21: Howard
Folder 22: Hudspeth
Folder 23: Hunt
Folder 24: Hutchinson
Folder 25: Irian
Folder 26: Jack
Folder 27: Jackson
Folder 28: Jasper
Folder 29: Jeff Davis
Folder 30: Jefferson
Folder 31: Jim Hogg
Folder 32: Jim Wells
Folder 33: Johnson
Folder 34: Jones
Folder 35: Karnes
Folder 36: Kaufman
Folder 37: Kendall
Folder 38: Kennedy
Folder 39: Kent
Folder 40: Kerr
Folder 41: Kimble
Folder 42: King
Folder 43: Kinney
Folder 44: Kleberg
Folder 45: Knox
Box 68
Folder 1: Lamar
Folder 2: Lamb
Folder 3: Lampasas
Folder 4: La Salle
Folder 5: Lanaca
Folder 6: Lee
Folder 7: Leon
Folder 8: Liberty
Folder 9: Lipscomb
Folder 10: Limestone
Folder 11: Line Oak
Folder 12: Llano
Folder 13: Loving
Folder 14: Lubbock
Folder 15: Lynn
Folder 16: Madison
Folder 17: Marion
Folder 18: Martin
Folder 19: Mason
Folder 20: Matagorda
Folder 21: Maverick
Folder 22: Medina
Folder 23: Menard
Folder 24: McCullock
Folder 25: McLennon
Folder 26: McMullen
Folder 27: Midland
Folder 28: Milam
Folder 29: Mitchell
Folder 30: Montague
Folder 31: Montgomery
Folder 32: Moore
Folder 33: Morris
Folder 34: Motley
Folder 35: Nacogdoches
Folder 36: Navarro
Folder 37: Newton
Folder 38: Nolan
Folder 39: Nueces
Folder 40: Nueces
Folder 41: Ochiltree
Folder 42: Oldham
Folder 43: Orange
Folder 44: Palo Pinto
Folder 45: Panola
Folder 46: Parker
Folder 47: Parmer
Folder 48: Pecos
Folder 49: Polk
Folder 50: Potter
Folder 51: Presidio
Folder 52: Rains
Folder 53: Randall
Folder 54: Reagan
Folder 55: Real
Folder 56: Red River
Folder 57: Reeves
Folder 58: Refugio
Folder 59: Roberts
Folder 60: Robertson
Folder 61: Rockwall
Folder 62: Runnels
Folder 63: Rusk
Box 69
Folder 1: Sabine
Folder 2: San Augustine
Folder 3: San Jacinto
Folder 4: San Patricia
Folder 5: San Saba
Folder 6: Schleicher
Folder 7: Scurry
Folder 8: Shackelford
Folder 9: Shelby
Folder 10: Sherman
Folder 11: Smith
Folder 12: Somervell
Folder 13: Starr
Folder 14: Stephens
Folder 15: Sterling
Folder 16: Stonewell
Folder 17: Sutton
Folder 18: Swisher
Folder 19: Tarrant, May
Folder 20: Tarrant, June
Folder 21: Tarrant, July
Folder 22: Tarrant, Aug.
Folder 23: Taylor
Folder 24: Terrell
Folder 25: Terry
Folder 26: Throckmorton
Folder 27: Titus
Folder 28: Tom Green
Folder 29: Travis, Mar.-June
Folder 30: Travis, July-Aug.
Folder 31: Trinity
Folder 32: Tyler
Folder 33: Upshur
Folder 34: Upton
Folder 35: Uvalde
Folder 36: Van Zandt
Folder 37: Val Verde
Folder 38: Victoria
Folder 39: Walker
Folder 40: Waller
Folder 41: Ward
Folder 42: Washington
Folder 43: Webb
Folder 44: Wharton
Folder 45: Wheeler
Folder 46: Wichita
Folder 47: Willacy
Folder 48: Wilbarger
Folder 49: Williamson
Folder 50: Wilson
Folder 51: Winkler
Box 70
Folder 1: Wise
Folder 2: Wood
Folder 3: Yoakum
Folder 4: Young
Folder 5-6: Zapata
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Miscellaneous
This sub-sub-series consists of ten folders of material including advertising, expense accounts, invitations, press releases, and files on Paddy O’Daniel. It is arranged alphabetically by subject
Box 70
Folder 7: Advertising File, 1942
Folder 8: Expense Accounts – Campaign, 1942
Folder 9: Invitations Declined, 1942
Folder 10: Invitations Accepted – Campaign, 1942
Folder 11: Itinerary – Campaign, 1942
Folder 12: O'Daniel and Senate
Folder 13: Labor-Allred Record
Folder 14: Press Memos
Folder 15: Radio File, 1942
Folder 16: O'Daniel
Sub-Sub-Series 3: List of Supporters, 1942
Lists of supporters are in general chronological arrangement.
Box 70
Folder 17-19: Lists of Supporters
Folder 20: Lists – Former Campaign for reference
Sub-Sub-Series 4: Speeches, May-Aug 1942
Speeches are arranged chronologically by month or alphabetically by subject.
Box 70
Folder 21: Speech Data – Memorandums
Folder 22-23: Speech Data – Memorandums, 1942
Folder 24: Opening Speech, May 15, 1942
Folder 25: Speeches, June 1942
Folder 26: Speeches, July 1942
Folder 27: Speeches, Aug. 1942
Folder 28: Commencement Address, with note from David Allred, 1942
Folder 29: Press Release, May-July 1942
Box 71
Folder 1: Letters – Excerpts From, 1942
Folder 2: Opinion Poll Reports, 1942
Folder 3: Press Excerpts
Folder 4: Reports on Campaign, 1942
Folder 5: Out-of-State Correspondence, 1942
Folder 6: Unlabeled Folder containting newspapers
Folder 7: Absentee Balloting
Folder 8: Federal Judgeship – Resignation and Candidacy
Folder 9: Federal Judgeship – Regarding Reappointment to, 1942-1943
Folder 10: Itinerary
Folder 11: Literature File
Folder 12: O'Daniel Speeches, 1939-1940
Folder 13: O'Daniel Speeches, May-July 1941
Folder 14: O'Daniel Senatorial Race Speeches, 1941
Folder 15: Publicity, 1942
Folder 16: State Organization
Folder 17: Tabloid
Sub-Sub-Series 5: Newspaper Clippings, 1942
Clippings are arranged alphabetically by city or county.
Box 71
Folder 18: Abilene Reporter News, May-July 1942
Folder 19: Abilene Reporter News (2), June-July 1942
Folder 20: Abilene Times, June 1942
Folder 21: Alamo Heights News
Folder 22: Alamo News, May, July 1942
Folder 23: Albany Leader, July 1942
Folder 24: Alice Echo, May, June 1942
Folder 25: Alice News, June 1942
Folder 26: Alto Herald
Folder 27: Alvarado Bulletin (Tx), Aug. 1942
Folder 28: Amarillo Globe, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 29: Amarillo News, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 30: Amarillo News, May-July 1942
Folder 31: Amarillo News – Globe, May-July 1942
Folder 32: Amhurst Argus, June 1942
Folder 33: Amhurst Reporter, May 1942
Folder 34: Anderson Press, May 1942
Folder 35: Angleton Times, June-July 1942
Folder 36: Anson Western – Enterprise, July 1942
Folder 37: Anson Western – Observer, July 1942
Folder 38: Anton, June 1942
Folder 39: Aransas Pass Progress, June 1942
Folder 40: Aspermont Star, July 1942
Folder 41: Athens Review, July 1942
Folder 42: Atlanta Journal, July 1942
Folder 43: Austin – American (6), May-July 1942
Folder 44: Austin – American, June-July 1942
Folder 45: Austin – American, Aug. 1942
Folder 46: Austin State Observer, June 1942
Folder 47: Austin Statesman, June-Aug. 1942
Box 72
Folder 1: Austin Statesman, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 2: Austin Statesman (2), May-July 1942
Folder 3: Austin Texan, June-July 1942
Folder 4: Austin Tribune, May-July, 1942
Folder 5: Baird Star, May-July 1942
Folder 6: Ballinger Ledger, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 7: Bandera News Era, June 1942
Folder 8: Bartlett Tribune, July 1942
Folder 9: Bastrop Advertiser, Aug. 1942
Folder 10: Bay City Tribune, June 1942
Folder 11: Baytown Beacon, June 1942
Folder 12: Beaumont Enterprise, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 13: Beaumont Journal, May 1942
Folder 14: Beeville Bee-Picayune, May, July 1942
Folder 15: Bellevue, June-July 1942
Folder 16: Bellaire American, July 1942
Folder 17: Belton Journal, June 1942
Folder 18: Benavides Facts, July 1942
Folder 19: Big Spring Herald, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 20: Blooming Grove Times, June 1942
Folder 21: Bonham Herald, Aug. 1942
Folder 22: Borger Herald, Aug. 1942
Folder 23: Bowie Blade, Aug. 1942
Folder 24: Breckenridge American, Aug. 1942
Folder 25: Breckenridge Sun, Aug. 1942
Folder 26: Bridgeport Index, July 1942
Folder 27: Brenham Banner Press, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 28: Brownfield Herald, July 1942
Folder 29: Brownsville Herald, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 30: Brownwood Bulletin, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 31: Buffalo Press, Aug. 1942
Folder 32: Canyon News, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 33: Carrollton Chronicle, Aug. 1942
Folder 34: Centerville News, Aug. 1942
Folder 35: Childress Index, Aug. 1942
Folder 36: Christian Encampment News, Apr. 1942
Folder 37: Cisco Press, July 1942
Folder 38: Cleburne Times Review, July 1942
Folder 39: Collinsville Times, July 1942
Folder 40: Commerce Journal, Aug. 1942
Folder 41: Colorado Record, Aug. 1942
Folder 42: Coolidge Herald, June 1942
Folder 43: Copper Review, Aug. 1942
Folder 44: Corpus Christi Caller, July 1942
Folder 45: Corpus Christi Caller, May-July 1942
Folder 46: Corpus Christi Caller, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 47: Corpus Christi Caller-Times, May-July 1942
Folder 48: Corpus Christi Chronicle, June-July 1942
Folder 49: Corpus Christi Press (2), May-July 1942
Folder 50: Corpus Christi Press, June-July 1942
Folder 51: Corpus Christi Times, May-July 1942
Folder 52: Corrigon Press, May 1942
Folder 53: Corsicana Democrat Truth, July 1942
Folder 54: Corsicana Lights, June 1942
Folder 55: Corsicana Sun, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 56: Crockett Courier, June-July 1942
Folder 57: Crockett Democrat, July 1942
Folder 58: Crosbyton Review, June-July 1942
Folder 59: Cross Plains Review, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 60: Crowell News, May-June 1942
Folder 61: Crystal City Sentinel, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 62: Cuero Record, May-June 1942
Folder 63: Cumby News, May 1942
Folder 64: Cushings News, June-July 1942
Folder 65: Daingerfield News, June-July 1942
Folder 66: Dalhart Texan, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 67: Dallas Crasftman, May-July 1942
Folder 68: Dallas Democracy, July 1942
Folder 69: Dallas News (3), May-July 1942
Folder 70: Dallas Morning News, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 71: Dallas News, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 72: Dallas News, June-July 1942
Folder 73: Dallas Oak Cliff Tribune, June 1942
Folder 74: Dallas Progressive Farmer, Aug.-Sept. 1942
Folder 75: Dallas Times Herald, July 1942
Folder 76: Dallas Times Herald (4), May-July 1942
Folder 77: Dallas Texas Tribune, June-July 1942
Folder 78: Decatur Messenger, July 1942
Folder 79: Del Rio News/Del Rio News-Herald, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 80: Denison Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 81: Denison Herald, July 1942
Folder 82: Denison Press, May-July 1942
Folder 83: Denton Record Chronicle, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 84: Devine News, July 1942
Folder 85: Dimmitt News, June-July 1942
Folder 86: Donna News Advocate, July 1942
Folder 87: Eagle Lake Headlight, June-July 1942
Folder 88: Eastland Telegram, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 89: Edgewood Enterprise, June-July 1942
Folder 90: Edinburg News, June-July 1942
Folder 91: Edinburg News, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 92: El Campo (Citizen), July 1942
Folder 93: El Paso Herald Post, May-July 1942
Folder 94: El Paso Herald Post, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 95: El Paso Herald Post, Aug. 1942
Folder 96: El Paso Post, July 1942
Folder 97: El Paso Times, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 98: El Paso Times, May 1942
Folder 99: Electra Star, May-July 1942
Folder 100: Ennis Local, June-July 1942
Folder 101: Ennis News, May-July 1942
Folder 102: Eustace Journal and Erant Press, July 1942
Folder 103: Fairfield Recorder, Falfurrias Facts, June-July 1942
Folder 104: Farwell Tribune, June-July 1942
Folder 105: Ferris Wheel, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 106: Floydad Hesperian and Floydada Plainsman, June-July 1942
Folder 107: Florence Vidette, July 1942
Folder 108: Floresville Chronicle-Journal, May-June 1942
Folder 109: Fort Stockton Pioneer, July 1942
Folder 110: Fort Worth Citizen, May-June 1942
Folder 111: Fort Worth Press, June, Aug. 1942
Folder 112: Ft. Worth Southern Railway Journal, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 113: Ft. Worth Star Telegram, Aug. 1942
Folder 114: Ft. Worth Star Telegram, May 1942
Folder 115: Fort Worth Texas Citizen, May 1942
Folder 116: Franklin Favorite, May 1942
Folder 117: Frankston Citizens, June-July 1942
Folder 118: Fredericksburg Standard, May-July 1942
Folder 119: Fredericksburg Radio Post, June-July 1942
Folder 120: Freer Enterprise, June 1942
Folder 121: Friso Journal, June-July 1942
Box 73
Folder 1: Friona Star, July 1942
Folder 2: Gainesville Register (2), May-July 1942
Folder 3: Galveston News (2), May-July 1942
Folder 4: Galveston Tribune (2), May-July 1942
Folder 5: Gatesville Message, May-July 1942
Folder 6: Gatesville News, May-June 1942
Folder 7: Georgetown Sun, May-July 1942
Folder 8: Geddings Volkshlatt, June 1942
Folder 9: Gilmer Mirror, July 1942
Folder 10: Glen Rose Reports, May-July 1942
Folder 11: Goliad Advance-Guard, May-July 1942
Folder 12: Gonzales County News, May 1942
Folder 13: Gonzales Inquirer, June-July 1942
Folder 14: Gorman Progress, May-July 1942
Folder 15: Graham Leader, July 1942
Folder 16: Grand Prairie Texan, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 17: Grand Saline Sun, June 1942
Folder 18: Grandview Tribune, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 19: Granger Nasinec, Aug. 1942
Folder 20: Granger News, May-June 1942
Folder 21: Grapeland Messenger, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 22: Greenville Banner, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 23: Greenville Herald, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 24: Greenville Messenger, May-July 1942
Folder 25: Groesbeck Journal, May-July 1942
Folder 26: Gunter Star, May-June 1942
Folder 27: Hamilton Herald Reporter, June-July 1942
Folder 28: Hamilton News, May-July 1942
Folder 29: Hamlin Herald, July 1942
Folder 30: Happy Herald, May-July 1942
Folder 31: Harlinger Star Monitor Herald, July 1942
Folder 32: Harlingen Valley Star, May-July 1942
Folder 33: Harper Herald, June 1942
Folder 34: Heartley News, May 1942
Folder 35: Haskell Free Press, May-July 1942
Folder 36: Hearne Democrat, July 1942
Folder 37: Hebbronville Enterprise, July 1942
Folder 38: Hempstead News, June-July 1942
Folder 39: Henderson News, May-July 1942
Folder 40: Henderson Times, June-July 1942
Folder 41: Henrietta Independent and Henrietta Leader, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 42: Hico News Review, May 1942
Folder 43: Higgins News, June-July 1942
Folder 44: Hillsboro Mirror, June-July 1942
Folder 45: Holland Press, July 1942
Folder 46: Honda Anvil Herald, Aug. 1942
Folder 47: Houston Chronicle, May-July 1942
Folder 48: Houston Labor Messenger, July 1942
Folder 49: Houston Post, May-July 1942
Folder 50: Houston Press, May 1942
Folder 51: Howe Messenger, June-July 1942
Folder 52: Huntington News, May-July 1942
Folder 53: Huntsville Item, June-July 1942
Folder 54: Ingleside News, May-June 1942
Folder 55: Irving News-Record, June-July 1942
Folder 56: Italy News Herald, June 1942
Folder 57: Jacksboro Gazette, June 1942
Folder 58: Jacksonville Banner, June-July 1942
Folder 59: Jacksonville Journal, June-July 1942
Folder 60: Jacksonville Progress, May-July 1942
Folder 61: Jasper News Bay, June 1942
Folder 62: Jayton Chronicle, May-July 1942
Folder 63: Jefferson Jimplecute, July 1942
Folder 64: Jourdanton Monitor, Aug. 1942
Folder 65: Kansas City Citation, May 1942
Folder 66: Kaufman Herald, July 1942
Folder 67: Kemp News, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 68: Kennedy Advance, June 1942
Folder 69: Kermit News, June-July 1942
Folder 70: Kerrville Sun, June-July 1942
Folder 71: Kerrville Times, May-July 1942
Folder 72: Kilgore News Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 73: Kilgore News, May, July 1942
Folder 74: Killeen Reporter, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 75: Kingsville Record, July 1942
Folder 76: Knox City Herald, July 1942
Folder 77: Koose Cyclone, June 1942
Folder 78: Kyle News, May 1942
Folder 79: La Foria, May-June 1942
Folder 80: La Grange Journal, May 1942
Folder 81: La Grange Record, June-July 1942
Folder 82: La Porte Press, June 1942
Folder 83: Ladonia News, May-June 1942
Folder 84: Lamesa Courier, May-July 1942
Folder 85: Lamesa Reporter, June 1942
Folder 86: Lampasas Leader, May-June 1942
Folder 87: Lampasas Record, May-June 1942
Folder 88: Lancaster Herald, Aug. 1942
Folder 89: Laredo Citizen, June 1942
Folder 90: Laredo Times, May-July 1942
Folder 91: Levelland Herald, June 1942
Folder 92: Lindale News, July 1942
Folder 93: Littlefield Leader, June-July 1942
Folder 94: Littlefield News, May-June 1942
Folder 95: Livingston Enterprise, May-July 1942
Folder 96: Lockhart Post Register, June 1942
Folder 97: Lometa Reporter, May-July 1942
Folder 98: Llano News, June-July 1942
Folder 99: Longview Journal, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 100: Longview Lens, May-July 1942
Folder 101: Longview News, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 102: Lott Post, June 1942
Folder 103: Lovelady Enterprise, May-July 1942
Folder 104: Lubbock Avalanche, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 105: Lubbock Avalanche Journal, June-July 1942
Folder 106: Lubbock Journal, May-Aug 1942
Folder 107: Lubbock Toredore, May 1942
Folder 108: Lufkin News, May-July 1942
Folder 109: Luling Tri County Signal, June 1942
Folder 110: McAllen Press, May-June 1942
Folder 111: McCamey News, May 1942
Folder 112: McKinney Courier-Gazette, July 1942
Folder 113: McKinney Examiner, May-July 1942
Folder 114: Madisonville Meteor, May-July 1942
Folder 115: Malakoff News, July 1942
Folder 116: Mansfield News, June 1942
Folder 117: Marble Falls Messenger, May-June 1942
Folder 118: Marlin-Democrat, May-July 1942
Folder 119: Marshall American, June-July 1942
Folder 120: Marshall News Messenger, May-July 1942
Folder 121: Marshall News Messenger, June-Aug. 1942
Box 74
Folder 1: Mart Herald, May-July 1942
Folder 2: Mason News, May-July 1942
Folder 3: Matadore Tribune, June-July 1942
Folder 4: Megargel Times, May-July 1942
Folder 5: Melvin Enterprise, June-July 1942
Folder 6: Memphis Democrat, June 1942
Folder 7: Menard News, May-July 1942
Folder 8: Meridian Tribune, June 1942
Folder 9: Merkel Mail, June 1942
Folder 10: Mesquite News, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 11: Mexia Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 12: Mexia News, June-July 1942
Folder 13: Miami Chief, May-June 1942
Folder 14: Midland Reporter-Telegraph, May-July 1942
Folder 15: Midlothian Agus, June 1942
Folder 16: Mildford, June 1942
Folder 17: Mineola Monitor, June 1942
Folder 18: Mission Times, July 1942
Folder 19: Monahans American, May 1942
Folder 20: Monahans News, May 1942
Folder 21: Moody Courier, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 22: Mt. Enterprise Progress, June-July 1942
Folder 23: Mt. Pleasant Times, July 1942
Folder 24: Mount Vernon Optic Herald, July 1942
Folder 25: Muenster Enterprise, May 1942
Folder 26: Muleshoe Journal, June-July 1942
Folder 27: Munday Times, May-July 1942
Folder 28: Nacogdoches Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 29: Nacogdoches Sentinel, undated
Folder 30: Navasota Examiner, May-June 1942
Folder 31: Navasota Review, June 1942
Folder 32: New Boston News, June-July 1942
Folder 33: Newcastle Register, May 1942
Folder 34: Nordheim View, July 1942
Folder 35: Normangee Star, July 1942
Folder 36: Odessa American, May-July 1942
Folder 37: Olton Enterprise, May-July 1942
Folder 38: Orange Grove Observer, May-July 1942
Folder 39: Orange Leader, June 1942
Folder 40: Overton Press, May-July 1942
Folder 41: Ozona Stockman, June-July 1942
Folder 42: Paducah Post, July 1942
Folder 43: Palestine Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 44: Palestine Herald Press, May-July 1942
Folder 45: Palmer Rustler, June-July 1942
Folder 46: Palo Pinto Star, May 1942
Folder 47: Pampa News, June-July 1942
Folder 48: Panhandle Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 49: Paris Echo, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 50: Paris News, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 51: Pasadena Times, July 1942
Folder 52: Pecos Enterprise, May-July 1942
Folder 53: Perrytown Herald, May-July 1942
Folder 54: Petersburg Journal, June 1942
Folder 55: Pharr Press, July 1942
Folder 56: Pittsburg Gazette, June-July 1942
Folder 57: Plain Review, June 1942
Folder 58: Plainview Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 59: Plainview News, July 1942
Folder 60: Plano Star-Courier, June-July 1942
Folder 61: Port Arthur News, May-July 1942
Folder 62: Post Dispatch, June 1942
Folder 63: Putman News, May-June 1942
Folder 64: Quanah Tribune Chief, May-July 1942
Folder 65: Quitaque Post, May 1942
Folder 66: Quitman Democrat, May-July 1942
Folder 67: Rally Banner, July 1942
Folder 68: Ranger Times, May-July 1942
Folder 69: Rankin Journal, July 1942
Folder 70: Raymondville News, June 1942
Folder 71: Refugio Timely Remarks, May-July 1942
Folder 72: Richmond Texas Coaster, June 1942
Folder 73: Riesel Rustler, May 1942
Folder 74: Rio Grande City Herald, July 1942
Folder 75: Robstown Record, June-July 1942
Folder 76: Rochester Reporter, July-July 1942
Folder 77: Rochester Reporter, July 1942
Folder 78: Rockdale Reporter, July 1942
Folder 79: Rockport Pilot, June 1942
Folder 80: Rocksprings Mohair Weekly, May-July 1942
Folder 81: Rockwall Success, May-June-Aug. 1942
Folder 82: Roscoe Times, July 1942
Folder 83: Rosebud News, May-July 1942
Folder 84: Rosenburg Reporter, June 1942
Folder 85: Round Rock Leader, May-July 1942
Folder 86: Roxton News, May-July 1942
Folder 87: Royse City American, June-July 1942
Folder 88: Runge News, May-June 1942
Folder 89: Rusk Cherokeean, June 1942
Folder 90: Saint Jo Tribune, May 1942
Folder 91: San Angelo Standard, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 92: San Angelo Standard Times, May-July 1942
Folder 93: San Antonio Democrat, July 1942
Folder 94: San Antonio Express, May-July 1942
Folder 95: San Antonio Light, May-July 1942
Folder 96: San Antonio News, May-July 1942
Folder 97: San Antonio The Weekly Dispatch, July 1942
Folder 98: San Augustine Tribune, June 1942
Folder 99: San Benito Light, May-July 1942
Folder 100: San Diego Facts, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 101: San Diego La Libertad, June-July 1942
Folder 102: San Juan Sentinel, July 1942
Folder 103: San Marcos Record, May-June 1942
Folder 104: San Saba Star, May 1942
Folder 105: Sanderson Times, July 1942
Folder 106: Sanger Courier, May-July 1942
Folder 107: Santa Rosa Signal, May 1942
Folder 108: Schulenburg Sticker, May-July 1942
Folder 109: Seagoville News, July 1942
Folder 110: Sealy News, June 1942
Folder 111: Seguin Gazette-Bulletin, May-June 1942
Folder 112: Seminole Sentinel, May-July 1942
Folder 113: Senora News, May-July 1942
Folder 114: Seymour Banner, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 115: Shamrock Texan, June-July 1942
Folder 116: Shamrock Texan, June-July 1942
Folder 117: Sherman Democrat (2), June-Aug. 1942
Folder 118: Shreveport (LA) Times, May0June 1942
Folder 119: Silsbee Bee, May-July 1942
Folder 120: Sinton News, June-July 1942
Folder 121: Slaton Slatonite, June-July 1942
Folder 122: Snyder Times, May 1942
Folder 123: Somerville Tribune, May 1942
Folder 124: Stanford Leader, June-July 1942
Folder 125: Stephenville Empire Tribune, June-July 1942
Folder 126: Sterling City News Record, May 1942
Folder 127: Sudan News, May-July 1942
Folder 128: Sulphur Springs News-Telegraph, May-July 1942
Folder 129: Sunset Signal, May-July 1942
Folder 130: Sweetwater News, May-July 1942
Folder 131: Sweetwater Reporter, May-July 1942
Box 75
Folder 1: Taft Tribune, May-July 1942
Folder 2: Taylor Press, May-July 1942
Folder 3: Taylor Times, May-July 1942
Folder 4: Teague Chronicle, May-June 1942
Folder 5: Texarkana Gazette, May-July 1942
Folder 6: Texas City Sun, June-July 1942
Folder 7: Temple Times, May-June 1942
Folder 8: Temple Telegram, June-July 1942
Folder 9: Terrell Tribune, May-July 1942
Folder 10: The Texas World, May 1942
Folder 11: Thorndale Champion, May-June 1942
Folder 12: Throckmorton Tribune, June 1942
Folder 13: Tioga Herald, May-July 1942
Folder 14: Tohoka News, May-July 1942
Folder 15: Tom Bean Times, May-July 1942
Folder 16: Trenton Tribune, May-July 1942
Folder 17: Troup Banner, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 18: Tulia Herald, June-July 1942
Folder 19: Tyler Booster, June 1942
Folder 20: Tyler Courier-Times, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 21: Tyler Courier-Times-Telegraph, June-Aug. 1942
Folder 22: Tyler Journal, May-July 1942
Folder 23: Tyler Telegraph, May-July 1942
Folder 24: Uvalde Leader News, May-June 1942
Folder 25: Van Alstyne Leader, May 1942
Folder 26: Vernon Record, May 1942
Folder 27: Vernon Record, May-July 1942
Folder 28: Vernon Times, June 1942
Folder 29: Victoria Advocate, May-July 1942
Folder 30: Victoria Advocate, Aug. 1942
Folder 31: Victoria Mirror, May-July 1942
Folder 32: Waco Farm and Labor Journal, May-July 1942
Folder 33: Waco News-Tribune, May-July 1942
Folder 34: Waco Tribune-Herald, May-July 1942
Folder 35: Waxahachie Enterprise, June-July 1942
Folder 36: Waxahachie Light, May-July 1942
Folder 37: Weatherford Herald, May-July 1942
Folder 38: Weatherford Democrat, May-June 1942
Folder 39: Wellington Leader, June -July 1942
Folder 40: Weslaco News, May-July 1942
Folder 41: Wichita Falls Times, May-July 1942
Folder 42: West Cechoslovak, May-July 1942
Folder 43: West News, May-July 1942
Folder 44: Wharton Spectator, May-July 1942
Folder 45: Wheeler Times, May-July 1942
Folder 46: White Deer Review, June-July 1942
Folder 47: Whiteface News, June 1942
Folder 48: Whitesboro News-Record, May-June 1942
Folder 49: Whitewright Sun, May-July 1942
Folder 50: Whiney Messenger, July 1942
Folder 51: Wichita Daily News, June 1942
Folder 52: Whichita Daily News, May 1942
Folder 53: Wichita Falls Banner and Wichita Falls Shoppers Guide, May-June 1942
Folder 54: Wichita Falls Federal Labor News, July 1942
Folder 55: Wichita Falls Record-News (2), May-July 1942
Folder 56: Wichita Falls Times, May-July 1942
Folder 57: Wills Point Chronicle, May 1942
Folder 58: Wink Bulletin, May-June 1942
Folder 59: Winnsboro News, May-Aug. 1942
Folder 60: Woodville Booster, June-July 1942
Folder 61: Wortham Journal, July 1942
Folder 62: Yoakum Herald, July-Aug. 1942
Folder 63: Yoakum Times, May-June 1942
Folder 64: Yorktown News, June 1942
Sub-Series 9: Miscellaneous Political Correspondence, 1939-1958
This sub-series records miscellaneous political activities Allred was involved with. It consists of correspondence arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically within years by correspondents’ name.
Box 76
Folder 1: 1939-1941
Folder 2: A-B, 1943, 1944
Folder 3: C, 1944
Folder 4: D-F, 1944
Folder 5: G-I, 1944
Folder 6: J-K, 1944
Folder 7: M-N, 1944
Folder 8: P, R-S, 1944
Folder 9: T, W, Y, 1944
Folder 10: 1944
Folder 11: C-D, H, K-N, P, R-T, W, 1945
Folder 12: A-Z, 1946
Folder 13: Beauford Jester File, Texas Governor’s Campaign, 1946
Folder 14: Hate Campaign, Governor’s Campaign, 1946
Folder 15: Miscellaneous File, Campaign, 1946
Folder 16: 1947
Folder 17: A-J, 1948
Folder 18: L-Y, 1948
Folder 19: Price, Daniel, 1952
Folder 20: 1950-1953, 1955-1958
Folder 21: Correspondence with Lyndon Johnson, 1941-1952
Folder 22: National, 1932
Folder 23: National A-H, 1936
Folder 24: National J-Z, 1936, 1937-1938, 1944, 1952, 1955
Folder 25: National Politics Miscellaneous, Speeches, 1936
Box 77
Folder 1: Jan.-May 24, undated
Folder 2: May 25-May 30, undated
Folder 3: June-Aug., undated
Folder 4: Sept.-Dec., undated
Folder 5: Presidential Election, 1944

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