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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.


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[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 6: Governor, 1935-1939
This series, one of the largest in the collection, consists of fifty-four boxes of materials relating to Allred’s two terms as governor of the state of Texas, 1935 to 1937 and 1937 to 1939. The materials are extensive and varied and include correspondence, applications, legislation, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, and invitations. The subject areas within this series are also varied and include the Texas Centennial. This series is divided into ten sub-series: Correspondence, Applications, Legislation, State Agencies and Departments, Texas Centennial, Speeches, Invitations, Commendations, Press Releases, and Miscellaneous.
Sub-Series 1: Correspondence, 1935-1939
This sub-series consists of nine boxes of correspondence dating from 1935 to 1939. It is divided into three areas based on correspondent: Local/State, Federal, and Roosevelt. Within these areas the correspondence is arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically within years by correspondent’s name. Within this sub-series correspondents include Franklin D. Roosevelt, John N. Garner, Jesse Jones, Henry A. Wallace, Francis Perkins, Tom Connally, Harold Ickes, Cordell Hull, James A. Farley Morris Sheppard, Wright Patman, Sam Rayburn, and Lyndon B. Johnson.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Local/State
Box 102
Folder 1: A, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 2: A, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 3: C, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 4: C, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 5: D, Jan.-Apr. 1935
Folder 6: D, May-Dec. 1935
Folder 7: Chain Stores, 1935
Folder 8: E, 1935
Folder 9: Farmer's Union, 1935
Folder 10: Forestry, 1935
Folder 11: F, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 12: F, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 13: G, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 14: G, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 15: H, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 16: H, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 17: J, Jan.-Dec. 1935
Folder 18: K, Jan.-July 1935
Folder 19: K, Aug.-Dec. 1935
Folder 20: L, Feb.-Dec. 1935
Box 103
Folder 1: M, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 2: M, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 3: Mc, 1935
Folder 4: N, 1935
Folder 5: O, 1935
Folder 6: P, Aug.-Dec. 1935
Folder 7: P, Jan.-July 1935
Folder 8: Q, 1935
Folder 9: R, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 10: R, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 11: Will Rogers, 1935
Folder 12: S, Jan.-Mar. 1935
Folder 13: S, Apr.-July 1935
Folder 14: S, Aug.-Oct. 1935
Folder 15: S, Nov.-Dec. 1935
Folder 16: State's Rights, 1935
Folder 17: T, 1935
Folder 18: U-W, through May 1935
Folder 19: W-Z, June 1935
Box 104
Folder 1: A, 1936
Folder 2: B, Jan.-Mar. 1936
Folder 3: B, Apr.-Aug. 1936
Folder 4: B, Sept.-Dec. 1936
Folder 5: Christmas, 1936
Folder 6: C, Jan.-July 1936
Folder 7: C, Aug.-Dec. 1936
Folder 8: D, 1936
Folder 9: E, 1936
Folder 10: F, 1936
Folder 11: G, 1936
Folder 12: H, Jan.-Apr. 1936
Folder 13: H, May-Dec. 1936
Folder 14: I, 1936
Folder 15: J, 1936
Folder 16: K, 1936
Folder 17: L, 1936
Folder 18: M, Jan.-Apr. 1936
Folder 19: M, Sept.-Dec. 1936
Folder 20: N-O, 1936
Box 105
Folder 1: P, 1936
Folder 2: Q, 1936
Folder 3: R, 1936
Folder 4: S, Jan.-Mar. 1936
Folder 5: S, Apr.-July 1936
Folder 6: S, Aug.-Dec. 1936
Folder 7: T, 1936
Folder 8: V-Z, 1936
Folder 9: A, 1937
Folder 10: B, Jan.-June 1937
Folder 11: B, July-Dec. 1937
Folder 12: C, 1937
Folder 13: Christmas, Dec. 17-26, 1937
Folder 14: Christmas, Dec. 27-31, 1936
Folder 15: Christmas Replies, Jan. 1937
Folder 16: Christmas Telegrams, 1937
Folder 17: Christmas Cards, 1937
Box 106
Folder 1: D, 1937
Folder 2: E-G, 1937
Folder 3: H, 1937
Folder 4: I-J, 1937
Folder 5: K-L, 1937
Folder 6: M, 1937
Folder 7: N, 1937
Folder 8: O, 1937
Folder 9: P, Jan.-Mar. 1937
Folder 10: P, Apr.-Dec. 1937
Folder 11: Q-R, 1937
Folder 12: S, 1937
Folder 13: S.W.C., 1937
Folder 14: T, 1937
Folder 15: U, 1937
Folder 16: V, 1937
Folder 17: W, Jan.-May 1937
Folder 18: W, June-Dec. 1937
Folder 19: Y-Z, 1937
Folder 20: A, 1938
Folder 21: B, Jan.-Apr. 1938
Folder 22: B, May-Aug. 1938
Folder 23: B, Sept.-Dec. 1938
Folder 24: C, Jan.-May 1938
Box 107
Folder 1: D, 1938
Folder 2: E, 1938
Folder 3: Frome Murders Rewards, 1938
Folder 4: F, 1938
Folder 5: G, Jan.-June 1938
Folder 6: G, July-Dec. 1938
Folder 7: H, 1938
Folder 8: I, 1938
Folder 9: J, 1938
Folder 10: Correspondence with Lyndon Johnson, 1938
Folder 11: K, Jan.-June 1938
Folder 12: K, July-Dec. 1938
Folder 13: L, 1938
Folder 14: M, 1938
Folder 15: N, 1938
Folder 16: O, 1938
Folder 17: P, Jan.-July 1938
Folder 18: P, Aug.-Dec. 1938
Box 108
Folder 1: R, Jan.-July 1938
Folder 2: R, Aug.-Dec. 1938
Folder 3: S, Jan.-July 1938
Folder 4: S, Aug.-Dec. 1938
Folder 5: T, 1938
Folder 6: U, 1938
Folder 7: V, 1938
Folder 8: W, Jan.-June 1938
Folder 9: W, July-Dec. 1938
Folder 10: Y-Z, 1938
Folder 11: Miscellaneous Matters – Colorado River Flood, July-Aug. 1938
Folder 12: Jan. 1939
Folder 13: Undated Correspondence, 1935-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Federal
Box 108
Folder 14: A-D, 1935
Folder 15: E-J, 1935
Folder 16: K-P, 1935
Folder 17: Q-Y, 1935
Box 109
Folder 1: A-F, 1936
Folder 2: G-O, 1936
Folder 3: P-Y, 1936
Folder 4: A-D, 1937
Folder 5: E-H, 1937
Folder 6: I-M, 1937
Folder 7: N-R, 1937
Folder 8: S-Y, 1937
Box 110
Folder 1: A-B, 1938
Folder 2: C-E, 1938
Folder 3: F-H, 1938
Folder 4: I-L, 1938
Folder 5: M-P, 1938
Folder 6: Q-S, 1938
Folder 7: T-Z, 1938
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Roosevelt, 1935-1938
Box 110
Folder 8: Letters Dealing with FDR's trip to Texas, 1936
Folder 9: Correspondence – FDR's trip through Texas, 1936
Folder 10: FDR visits Texas, undated
Folder 11: Roosevelt, 1938
Folder 12: Roosevelt's Court Fight
Folder 13: Roosevelt, 1935-1936
Folder 14: Correspondence with Roosevelt, 1937
Sub-Series 2: Applications, 1934-1939
This sub-series consists of twelve boxes of materials including applications and appointments. The applications are divided into four chronological periods. The first period covers the years 1934 to 1935 and is arranged alphabetically by agency or department, and within department by applicant’s name. The other three periods, 1936, 1937, and 1938, are arranged alphabetically by applicant’s name. Appointments are arranged by legislative session and within folders chronologically by year and month.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: 1934-1935
Box 111
Folder 1: Miscellaneous A
Folder 2: Accountancy, State Board of Public
Folder 3: Adjudant General
Folder 4: Agriculture Department
Folder 5: Appeals, Commission of
Folder 6: Army Commission
Folder 7: Athletic Commission
Folder 8: District Attorney – Candidates for Appointment
Folder 9: District Attorney – Candidates for Appointment M-Z
Folder 10: Attorney General
Folder 11: Auditing Department
Folder 12: Banking Commission – Baskin, 1934
Folder 13: Banking Commission – W.B. Gilbert
Folder 14: Banking Commission – Ralph E. Hamman
Folder 15: Banking Commission – Irvin McCreary
Folder 16: Banking Commission – Miscellaneous
Folder 17: State Banking Commission – Endorsements
Folder 18: Applications for State Banking Department
Folder 19: Blind, Commission for, 1934-1935
Folder 20: Barber Examiners, Board of – A
Folder 21: Barber Examiners, Board of – Ba-Bl
Folder 22: Barber Examiners, Board of – James Boyer
Folder 23: Barber Examiners, Board of – Bro-Buc
Folder 24: Barber Examiners, Board of – O.N. Buford
Folder 25: Barber Examiners, Board of – J.M. Burton
Folder 26: Barber Examiners, Board of – B. Casciano
Folder 27: Barber Examiners, Board of –  D.M. Chambers
Folder 28: Barber Examiners, Board of – C.B. Cochran
Folder 29: Barber Examiners, Board of – R.O. Cooper
Folder 30: Barber Examiners, Board of – A.M. Conant
Folder 31: Barber Examiners, Board of – C.W. Daniel
Folder 32: Barber Examiners, Board of – N.J. Dartez
Folder 33: Barber Examiners, Board of – J.C. Delashaw
Folder 34: Barber Examiners, Board of – R.J. Dickson
Folder 35: Barber Examiners, Board of – S. Duncan
Folder 36: Barber Examiners, Board of – E-F
Folder 37: Barber Examiners, Board of – G
Folder 38: Barber Examiners, Board of – H
Folder 39: Barber Examiners, Board of – J-L
Folder 40: Barber Examiners, Board of – G.E. McNew
Folder 41: Barber Examiners, Board of – J.M Marshall
Folder 42: Barber Examiners, Board of – Dem Mayfield
Folder 43: Barber Examiners, Board of – J.E. Melton
Folder 44: Barber Examiners, Board of – P.M. Miller
Folder 45: Barber Examiners, Board of – M. Morgan
Folder 46: Barber Examiners, Board of – J.G. Morror
Box 112
Folder 1: Barber Examiners, Board of – N
Folder 2: Barber Examiners, Board of – P
Folder 3: Barber Examiners, Board of – R
Folder 4: Barber Examiners, Board of – Sa-Si
Folder 5: Barber Examiners, Board of – Sm-Sw
Folder 6: Barber Examiners, Board of – T
Folder 7: Barber Examiners, Board of – F.N. Vaughn
Folder 8: Barber Examiners, Board of – Wa
Folder 9: Barber Examiners, Board of – J.E. Weir
Folder 10: Barber Examiners, Board of – Wenzell
Folder 11: Barber Examiners, Board of – Whi-Will
Folder 12: Barber Examiners, Board of – Billie Wolf
Folder 13: State Building Inspector – Joseph Brans
Folder 14: Barber Examiners – Comments
Folder 15: Records of Endorsements – Miscellaneous
Folder 16: Record of Applications for Barber Inspectors
Folder 17: Miscellaneous C
Folder 18: Centennial
Folder 19: Civil Appeals, Court of
Folder 20: Civilian Conservation Corps.
Folder 21: Clerical
Folder 22: C.V.A. – A-F
Folder 23: C.V.A. – G-J
Folder 24: C.V.A. – K-P
Folder 25: C.V.A. – R-S
Folder 26: Colorado, Lower River Authority
Folder 27: Comptroller's Office
Folder 28: Controls, Board of – A-J
Folder 29: Controls, Board of – K-N
Folder 30: Controls, Board of – R-W
Folder 31: Controls, Board of – Relief
Folder 32: Controls, Board of – Record of Endorsement
Folder 33: Control, Brazos River
Folder 34: Miscellaneous – Record of Applicant and Endorsements
Folder 35: Cosmetology, Board of
Folder 36: Cosmetology, Board of – Mrs. Byron Allen
Folder 37: Cosmetology, Board of – Mrs. Virgil Barnett
Folder 38: Cosmetology, Board of – Mrs. George Dykes
Folder 39: Cosmetology, Board of – Mrs. Alma Harris
Folder 40: Cosmetology, Board of – Mrs. Jessie Ellen Huntley
Folder 41: Cosmetology, Board of – Miss. Edna Kelley
Folder 42: Cosmetology, Board of – Record of Applicants and Endorsements
Folder 43: Cosmetology, Board of – L
Folder 44: Cosmetology, Board of – M
Folder 45: Cosmetology, Board of – R
Folder 46: Cosmetology, Board of – Mrs. H.S. Stewart
Folder 47: Cosmetology, Board of – Mr. Thomas Scott
Folder 48: Cosmetology, Board of – Mrs. Carrie Tiller
Folder 49: Cosmetology, Board of – V-W
Folder 50: Cosmetology, Board of – A-W
Box 113
Folder 1: Miscellaneous D
Folder 2: Dental Examiners, Board of – A-F
Folder 3: Dental Examiners, Board of – G-H
Folder 4: Dental Examiners, Board of – J
Folder 5: Dental Examiners, Board of – K
Folder 6: Dental Examiners, Board of – L
Folder 7: Dental Examiners, Board of – M
Folder 8: Dental Examiners, Board of – N
Folder 9: Dental Examiners, Board of – P
Folder 10: Dental Examiners, Board of – R-S
Folder 11: Dental Examiners, Board of – U-Z
Folder 12: Miscellaneous – Record of Applicants and Endorsements
Folder 13: Education, Board of
Folder 14: Miscellaneous E
Folder 15: Embalming, Board of
Folder 16: Executive Positions
Folder 17: Miscellaneous F
Folder 18: Miscellaneous F – Record of Applicants and Endorsements
Folder 19: Farm Credit Administration
Folder 20: Federal Positions
Folder 21: Miscellaneous – Record of Applicants and Endorsements
Folder 22: Miscellaneous G
Folder 23: Game Warden – A-H
Folder 24: Game Warden – I-P
Folder 25: Game Warden – Q-W
Box 114
Folder 1: General Correspondence B, Jan.-June 1935
Folder 2: General Correspondence B, July-Dec. 1935
Folder 3: Miscellaneous H
Folder 4: Health, Department of – A-L
Folder 5: Health, Department of – M-W
Folder 6: Health, Board of
Folder 7: Health Endorsement
Folder 8: Miscellaneous G – Record of Applicants and Endorsements
Folder 9: Highway Department
Folder 10: Highway Department – A
Folder 11: Highway Department – B
Folder 12: Highway Department – C
Folder 13: Highway Department – D
Folder 14: Highway Department – E
Folder 15: Highway Department – Ely, W.C.
Folder 16: Highway Department – Ely, W.C.
Folder 17: Highway Department – F
Folder 18: Highway Department – G
Folder 19: Highway Department – H
Folder 20: Highway Department – J
Box 115
Folder 1: Highway Department – K
Folder 2: Highway Department – L
Folder 3: Highway Department – M
Folder 4: Highway Department – N
Folder 5: Highway Department – P
Folder 6: Highway Department – Perkins, F.D.
Folder 7: Highway Department – Pennington, C.R.
Folder 8: Highway Department – R
Folder 9: Highway Department – S
Folder 10: Highway Department – Richardson, Sam
Folder 11: Highway Department – T
Folder 12: Highway Department – V
Folder 13: Highway Department – W
Folder 14: Highway Department – Y
Folder 15: Highway Comments
Folder 16: Historical Board
Folder 17: Miscellaneous I
Folder 18: Industrial Accident Board Applicant – A-H, 1934-1935
Folder 19: Industrial Accident Board Applicant – I-Z, 1934-1935
Folder 20: Industrial Accident Board Applicant Digest
Folder 21: Insurance Commission – A-K, 1934-1935
Folder 22: Insurance Commission Applications – L, 1934-1935
Folder 23: Insurance Department Applications – Aycock-Williams, 1934-1935
Folder 24: Insurance Department Digest
Box 116
Folder 1: Miscellaneous J
Folder 2: Judicial – A-F
Folder 3: Judicial – G-L
Folder 4: Judicial – M-P
Folder 5: Judicial – Q-Z
Folder 6: 14th District Court Dallas Digest
Folder 7: Endorsements – Judge Sarah Hughes Appointment Comments
Folder 8: Miscellaneous K
Folder 9: Miscellaneous L
Folder 10: Labor Commission
Folder 11: Law Enforcement Agency
Folder 12: Library Board
Folder 13: Liquor Control Board
Folder 14: Livestock Sanitary Board
Folder 15: Miscellaneous M
Folder 16: Medical Examiners, State Board of
Folder 17: Miscellaneous N
Folder 18: Notary Board Application
Folder 19: Nursing, Board of
Folder 20: Miscellaneous O
Folder 21: Old Age Assistance Commission, 1934-1935
Folder 22: Optometry Board
Folder 23: Miscellaneous P
Folder 24: Pardon and Paroles, Board of
Folder 25: Parks, State Board of
Folder 26: Part Time Positions, Pease River Control, Pension Department
Folder 27: State Pharmacy Board and Index
Folder 28: Pilot Commission, Planning Board, Prison Board
Folder 29: Pink Boll Worm Commission, Post Office
Folder 30: Public Safety Commission
Folder 31: P.W.A.
Folder 32: Index
Box 117
Folder 1: Miscellaneous R
Folder 2: Railroad Commission
Folder 3: Rangers
Folder 4: Reclamation Board
Folder 5: Recommendations A-M
Folder 6: Recommendations N-W
Folder 7: Regents, Board of College of Industrial Arts
Folder 8: Regents, Board of College of Industrial Arts – Mrs. J.M. Charlton
Folder 9: Regents, A.M.&N. Texas Jr. Agriculture College and A&I College
Folder 10: Regents, State Teachers College
Folder 11: Texas Tech Board of Directors
Folder 12: Regents, University of Texas, Board of
Folder 13: Regents, University of Texas, Board of – Randall, Dr. Edward
Folder 14: University of Texas – Comments
Folder 15: Miscellaneous S
Folder 16: Secretary of State – A-L
Folder 17: Secretary of State – M-Z
Folder 18: State Department
Folder 19: Miscellaneous T
Folder 20: Tax Commission
Folder 21: Endorsements – T-V
Folder 22: Miscellaneous U, Utility Commission
Folder 23: Miscellaneous V
Folder 24: Veterinary Medical Examiners, Board of
Folder 25: Miscellaneous W
Folder 26: Members of Board of Water Engineers, Index
Folder 27: W.P.A.
Folder 28: Miscellaneous X-Z
Folder 29: Index – A
Folder 30: Index – B
Folder 31: Index – C
Folder 32: Index – D-E
Folder 33: Index – F-G
Folder 34: Index – H-J
Folder 35: Index – K-L
Folder 36: Index – M
Folder 37: Index – Mc-O
Folder 38: Index – P-Q
Folder 39: Index – R-S
Folder 40: Index – T
Folder 41: Index – U-Z
Folder 42: Endorsers – A-K
Folder 43: Endorsers – L-Z
Folder 44: Endorsers – W
Sub-Sub-Series 2: 1936
Box 118
Folder 1: Endorsements, 1936
Folder 2: A, 1936
Folder 3: Bac-Bla, 1936
Folder 4: Boh-Bur, 1936
Folder 5: Cal-Cle, 1936
Folder 6: Car-Cuv, 1936
Folder 7: D, 1936
Folder 8: E, 1936
Folder 9: F, 1936
Folder 10: Gad-Gle, 1936
Folder 11: God-Gut, 1936
Folder 12: Had-Has, 1936
Folder 13: Hays-Hil, 1936
Folder 14: Hol-Hus, 1936
Folder 15: I, 1936
Folder 16: J, 1936
Folder 17: Kau-Ker, 1936
Folder 18: Kie-Kyl, 1936
Folder 19: Lan-Lew, 1936
Folder 20: Lie-Lyl, 1936
Folder 21: Mac-Mas, 1936
Folder 22: Mat-McQ, 1936
Folder 23: Mee-Moo, 1936
Folder 24: Mor-Myr, 1936
Folder 25: N, 1936
Folder 26: O, 1936
Folder 27: Pal-Pfe, 1936
Folder 28: Pha-Pri, 1936
Folder 29: Rab-Rob, 1936
Folder 30: Rod-Rus, 1936
Folder 31: Sai-Sim, 1936
Folder 32: Smi-Sta, 1936
Folder 33: Ste-Swa, 1936
Folder 34: Tho-Tur, 1936
Folder 35: Tal-Ter, 1936
Box 119
Folder 1: V, 1936
Folder 2: Wag-Whe, 1936
Folder 3: Whi-Way, 1936
Folder 4: Y, 1936
Folder 5: Z, 1936
Folder 6: Old Age Assistance Application Summary – A-C, 1935-1936
Folder 7: Old Age Assistance Application Summary – D-G, 1935-1936
Folder 8: Old Age Assistance Application Summary – G-K, 1935-1936
Folder 9: Old Age Assistance Summary by County, 1934
Folder 10: Miscellaneous, Military Personnel
Sub-Sub-Series 3: 1937
Box 119
Folder 11: A, 1937
Folder 12: Bad-Bar, 1937
Folder 13: Bat-Bob, 1937
Folder 14: Boh-Brig, 1937
Folder 15: Brin-But, 1937
Folder 16: Ca-Cle, 1937
Folder 17: Clo-Cus, 1937
Folder 18: D, 1937
Folder 19: E, 1937
Folder 20: F, 1937
Folder 21: G, 1937
Folder 22: Ha-Hed, 1937
Folder 23: Hen-Hu, 1937
Folder 24: I-J, 1937
Folder 25: K, 1937
Box 120
Folder 1: L, 1937
Folder 2: Mab-Mann, 1937
Folder 3: Mar-My, 1937
Folder 4: N-O, 1937
Folder 5: Pa-Ph, 1937
Folder 6: Pi-Q, 1937
Folder 7: R, 1937
Folder 8: S, 1937
Folder 9: T, 1937
Folder 10: V, 1937
Folder 11: W, 1937
Folder 12: Y, 1937
Sub-Sub-Series 4: 1938
Box 121
Folder 1: A, 1938
Folder 2: Bai-Bog, 1938
Folder 3: Bou-Byr, 1938
Folder 4: C, 1938
Folder 5: D-E, 1938
Folder 6: F, 1938
Folder 7: G, 1938
Folder 8: H-I, 1938
Folder 9: J-L, 1938
Folder 10: Mab-Mat, 1938
Folder 11: May-Moz, 1938
Folder 12: N-Q, 1938
Folder 13: R, 1938
Box 122
Folder 1: Sad-Sei, 1938
Folder 2: Ses-Swo, 1938
Folder 3: T-V, 1938
Folder 4: W-Y, 1938
Sub-Sub-Series 5: Appointments, 1936-1937
Box 122
Folder 5: 45th Legislature, Regular Session, Appointments
Folder 6: Appointments, 1937
Folder 7: Appointments Index
Folder 8: 1st C.S. 45th Legislature – Appointments
Folder 9: Between 3rd C.S. and Regular 45th Legislature, Nov. 1936-Jan. 1937
Folder 10: Between L.C.S. Appointments 45th and Next Session, Oct. 1937-Jan. 1939
Folder 11: Between L.C.S. Appointments 45th and Next Session and Correspondence, Oct. 1937-Jan.1939
Folder 12: 2nd C.S., 45th Legislature Appointments Confirmed
Folder 13: Court of Criminal Appeals
Folder 14: Appoints – Governor W. Lee O'Daniel
Sub-Series 3: Legislation, 1935-1938
This sub-series relates to legislation undertaken during Allred’s tenure as governor. It consists of ten boxes of material and is divided into three sub-sub-series: correspondence, special legislative matters, and miscellaneous.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Correspondence
The correspondence is arranged chronologically by year and month.
Box 122
Folder 15: Legislature – Special Session
Folder 16: Jan. 1-31, 1935
Folder 17: Feb. 1-15, 1935
Folder 18: Feb. 16-28, 1935
Folder 19: Mar. 1-4, 1935
Folder 20: Mar. 5-14, 1935
Folder 21: Mar. 15-31-1935
Box 123
Folder 1: Apr. 1-24, 1935
Folder 2: Apr. 25-30, 1935
Folder 3: May 1-7, 1935
Folder 4: May 8, 1935
Folder 5: May 10-11, 1935
Folder 6: May 17-20, 1935
Folder 7: May 12-16, 1935
Folder 8: May 17-20, 1936
Folder 9: May 21, 1935
Folder 10: May 22-23, 1935
Folder 11: May 24-31, 1935
Folder 12: June 1-3, 1935
Folder 13: June 4-30, 1935
Folder 14: July 1-31, 1935
Folder 15: Aug. 1-27, 1935
Folder 16: Aug. 28-31, 1935
Folder 17: Sept. 1-13, 1935
Folder 18: Sept. 14-21, 1935
Folder 19: Sept. 22-25, 1935
Folder 20: Sept. 26-30, 1935
Box 124
Folder 1: Oct. 1-7, 1935
Folder 2: Oct. 8-11, 1935
Folder 3: Oct. 12-22, 1935
Folder 4: Oct. 23-29, 1935
Folder 5: Oct. 30-31, 1935
Folder 6: Nov. 1, 1935
Folder 7: Unsorted Correspondence, Nov. 1935
Folder 8: Nov. 9-13, 1935
Folder 9: Nov. 14-18, 1935
Folder 10: Nov. 19-30, 1935
Folder 11: Dec. 1935
Folder 12: 1935 Letters Concerning Legislation, 1936
Folder 13: Jan. 1-18, 1936
Folder 14: Jan. 19-31, 1936
Folder 15: Feb. 1-17, 1936
Folder 16: Feb. 18-29, 1936
Folder 17: Mar. 1-31, 1936
Folder 18: Apr. 1-30, 1936
Folder 19: May-July 1936
Folder 20: Aug. 1-26, 1936
Folder 21: Aug. 27-31, 1936
Folder 22: Sept. 1-16, 1936
Folder 23: Sept. 17-23, 1936
Folder 24: Sept. 24-30, 1936
Folder 25: Oct. 1-4, 1936
Box 125
Folder 1: Oct. 5-6, 1936
Folder 2: Oct. 7-13, 1936
Folder 3: Oct. 14-20, 1936
Folder 4: Oct. 21-31, 1936
Folder 5: Nov. 1-30, 1936
Folder 6: Dec. 1-17, 1936
Folder 7: Dec. 18-31, 1936
Folder 8: Jan. 1-12, 1937
Folder 9: Jan. 13-20, 1937
Folder 10: Jan. 21-31, 1937
Folder 11: Feb. 1-8, 1937
Folder 12: Feb. 9-16, 1937
Folder 13: Feb. 17-23, 1937
Folder 14: Feb. 24-28, 1937
Folder 15: Mar. 1-3, 1937
Folder 16: Mar. 4-6, 1937
Folder 17: Mar. 7-11, 1937
Folder 18: Mar. 12-17, 1937
Folder 19: Mar. 18-23, 1937
Folder 20: Mar. 24-29, 1937
Folder 21: Mar. 30-31, 1937
Folder 22: Apr. 1-4, 1937
Folder 23: Apr. 5-8, 1937
Folder 24: Apr. 9-14, 1937
Box 126
Folder 1: Apr. 15-22, 1937
Folder 2: Apr. 23-30, 1937
Folder 3: May 1-7, 1937
Folder 4: May 8-13, 1937
Folder 5: May 14-18, 1937
Folder 6: May 19-22, 1937
Folder 7: May 23-26, 1937
Folder 8: May 27-31, 1937
Folder 9: June 1-5, 1937
Folder 10: June 6-10, 1937
Folder 11: June 11-16, 1937
Folder 12: June 17-21, 1937
Folder 13: June 22-28, 1937
Folder 14: June 29-30, 1937
Folder 15: July 1-12, 1937
Folder 16: July 13-31, 1937
Folder 17: Aug. 1-31, 1937
Box 127
Folder 1: Sept. 1-9, 1937
Folder 2: Sept. 10-20, 1937
Folder 3: Sept. 21-28, 1937
Folder 4: Sept. 29-30, 1937
Folder 5: Oct. 1-6, 1937
Folder 6: Oct. 7-12, 1937
Folder 7: Oct. 13-20, 1937
Folder 8: Oct. 21-26, 1937
Folder 9: Oct. 27-31, 1937
Folder 10: Nov. 1-3, 1937
Folder 11: Legislative Correspondence – Letters to, Nov. 2, 1937
Folder 12: Legislators sending copy on speech on Senator Rawlings
Folder 13: Nov. 4-16, 1937
Folder 14: Nov. 17-30, 1937
Folder 15: Dec. 1-31, 1937
Folder 16: Jan. 1-31, 1938
Folder 17: Feb. 1-28, 1938
Folder 18: Mar. 1-Apr. 30, 1938
Folder 19: May 1-June 30, 1938
Folder 20: July 1-31, 1938
Box 128
Folder 1: Aug. 1-30, 1938
Folder 2: Sept. 1-30, 1938
Folder 3: Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 1938
Folder 4: Dec. 1-19, 1938
Folder 5: Dec. 20-31, 1938
Folder 6: Jan. 1-13, 1939
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Special Legislative Matters, 1934-1935
Special legislative matters are arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically by bill number or title.
Box 128
Folder 7: Tax Bills – Chain Store, Sales, Real County
Folder 8: Tax  – Chain Store
Folder 9: Tax, Chain Store, Nov. 1934-Aug. 1935
Folder 10: Bill, Indebtedness of Real Co. H.B. 78, Map, 1935
Folder 11: Bond Issuance, Bill, Property Inventory
Folder 12: Sales Tax, 1934
Folder 13: Sales Tax, 1935
Folder 14: Bill – Fireman's Pension, May 10-June 4, 1935
Folder 15: Those Urging Approval – A-L, May 10-20, 1935
Folder 16: Those Urging Approval – M-Z, May 20, 1935
Folder 17: Those Urging Approval – A-Z, May 21-28, 1935
Folder 18: Those Urging Approval – A-L, May 29-30, 1935
Folder 19: Those Urging Approval – M-Z, May 30-June 4, 1935
Folder 20: Bill – Fireman's Pension
Box 129
Folder 1: A-G
Folder 2: H
Folder 3: J-Y
Folder 4: Bill – Fireman's Pension, May 1935
Folder 5: Bill – Fireman's Pension H.B 187, 1935
Folder 6: Those Urging Veto – A-B, May 10-15, 1935
Folder 7: Those Urging Veto – C-Z, May 15, 1935
Folder 8: Those Urging Veto – A-D, May 16, 1935
Folder 9: Those Urging Veto – E-J, May 16, 1935
Folder 10: Those Urging Veto – K-P, May 16, 1935
Folder 11: Those Urging Veto – Q-V, May 16, 1935
Folder 12: Those Urging Veto – W-Z and A-D, May 16-17, 1935
Folder 13: Those Urging Veto – E-R, May 17, 1935
Folder 14: Those Urging Veto – S-Z and A-G, May17-18, 1935
Folder 15: Those Urging Veto – A-L, May 18-20, 1935
Folder 16: Those Urging Veto – M-Z, May 20, 24, 1935
Folder 17: Those Urging Veto, May 25-30, 1935
Folder 18: Bill – Fireman's Pension, Attorney General Opinion and Allred Veto Message
Folder 19: Attorney General Opinion
Folder 20: List of Comments, Veto, Messages of Governor
Folder 21: Bill – Fireman's Pension H.B. 187, 1935
Folder 22: Governor's Reply Letter, other replies
Folder 23: Canvass on question of Special Session, 1935
Folder 24: Governor's List House, Dec. 23, 1935
Folder 25: Governor’s Letter – Personal Replies of House Members (1), Dec. 23, 1935
Folder 26: Governor’s Letter Sent – Personal Replies of House Members (2), Dec. 23, 1935
Folder 27: Governor’s Letter Sent – Personal Replies of House Members, Dec. 23, 1935
Folder 28: Governor’s Letter Sent – Personal Replies of Senators, 1935
Folder 29: Bills – Fishing, Farm, Tenancy, Dental, Vocational, Agriculture
Box 130
Folder 1: Fishing Bill H.B. 814, 1935
Folder 2: Farm Tenant Bill, 1935
Folder 3: Dental Bill H.B. 36 – Those Urging Approval, 1937
Folder 4: Dental Bill H.B. 36 – Those Urging Veto, 1937
Folder 5: Vocational Agriculture, 1937
Folder 6: Messages to 44th Legislature, Regular Session, Jan. 8-Feb. 21, 1935
Folder 7: Messages to 44th Legislature, Regular Session, Feb. 22-Mar. 31, 1935
Folder 8: Messages to 44th Legislature, Regular Session, Apr. 1-May 31, 1935
Folder 9: Messages to 44th Legislature, 1st Called Session
Folder 10: Messages to 44th Legislature, 2nd Called Session
Folder 11: Messages to 44th Legislature, 3rd Called Session
Folder 12: Messages to 45th Legislature, Regular Session, Jan. 12-13, 1937
Folder 13: Messages to 45th Legislature, Regular Session, Jan. 14-Mar. 31, 1937
Folder 14: Messages to 45th Legislature, Regular Session, Apr. 1-May 22, 1937
Folder 15: Messages to 45th Legislature, 1st Called Session
Folder 16: Messages to 45th Legislature, Veto Messages to 45th Legislature, Regular Session
Folder 17: Messages to 45th Legislature, 2nd Called Session
Folder 18: Messages to 45th Legislature, Original Draft of Final Messages
Folder 19: Messages to 46th Legislature, Jan. 1939
Folder 20: Proposed Bills, 1935-1936
Box 131
Folder 1: Proposed Bills – Author (House Bills), 1935
Folder 2: Proposed Bills – Author/No Number (House Bills), 1935
Folder 3: Proposed Bills – Public Works Acts, 1935
Folder 4: Proposed Bills – Author or Number (Senate Bills), 1935
Folder 5: Proposed Bills – Resolutions, 1935
Folder 6: Proposed Bills – No Author, No Number, 1935
Folder 7: Proposed Bills – Author and Number, 1936
Folder 8: Proposed Bills – Author, No Number, 1936
Folder 9: Proposed Bills and Resolautions – House and Senate, 1936-1937
Folder 10: Proposed Bills – No Author, No Number, 1936
Folder 11: Proposed Bills – Author and Number (House Bills), 1937
Folder 12: Proposed Bills – Author and Number (House Bills), 1937
Folder 13: Proposed Bills – Author and Number (Senate Bills), 1937
Folder 14: Proposed Bills – Author and Number (Senate Bills), 1937
Folder 15: Proposed Bills – Author and Number (Resolutions), 1937
Folder 16: Proposed Bills, 1937-1938
Folder 17: Proposed Bills – Author Known, No Number, 1937
Folder 18: Proposed Bills – No Author, No Number, 1937-1938
Folder 19: Proposed Bill Creating Board of Public Utility
Folder 20: Commissioners
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous matters are arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 131
Folder 21: Appropriations – Hickman Investigation
Folder 22: Bills Printed, 1933-1937
Folder 23: Appropriations and Expenditures, 1935-1939
Folder 24: Hickman Investigation
Folder 25: Informational Memoranda – "Open Saloon"
Box 132
Folder 1: Informational Memoranda: (Refer to Cover) Agriculture, Employment, Housing at Eleemosynary, Institutions, Laws Relating to Labor, Legislative Record-Glass, Pardons and Parole, Reform Government, Special Election, Special Session, State Recovery Act, State Textbook Adoption, Tax Remission Bill, Tillman Survey, Trinity Conservation District, Tourists
Folder 2: Informational Memoranda: (Refer to Cover) Cigarette Tax, Financial Plan, Legislative Voting Record, Liquor Laws, National Resources Development Commission, Transfer of School Children, U.S.A. vs. Cato, Ketchen, Hartman, and Morgan
Folder 3: Informational Memoranda on Particular Bills
Folder 4: Libraries
Folder 5: Lists of Legislative Sessions, Legislature Members
Folder 6: Clippings – (Refer to Cover) Taxes, Government Policy and Governor, Democratic Platform, Pamphlet Relating and State Legislature, Scripts of Speeches Given By Others Than Allred
Folder 7: Open Saloon
Folder 8: Press Releases – Reports to Governor
Folder 9: Press Releases
Folder 10: Press Releases, Jan. 1936- Sept. 1937
Folder 11: Press Releases, Oct. 1937-Jan. 1939
Folder 12: Proclamations
Folder 13: Reports to Governor – Ad Valorem Tax System, Farm Tenancy, Old Age Pensions, Regular Sessions (45th Legislature)
Folder 14: Status of Bills (45th Legislature)
Folder 15: Reports to Governor – Miscellaneous
Folder 16: Reports to Governor from Social Security Board
Folder 17: Suggested Messages
Folder 18: Miscellaneous File
Sub-Series 4: State Agencies and Departments, 1935-1938
The fourth sub-series is arranged by state agencies and departments.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Attorney General to State Auditor
Box 132
Folder 19: Attorney General, 1934-1936
Folder 20: Attorney General, 1934-1936
Folder 21: Auditors Report on State Board of Health, 1930-1931
Folder 22: State Auditor, July-Dec. 1935-1938
Folder 23: Attorney General and Land Matters, 1935-1938
Folder 24: State Auditor Investigations
Folder 25: State Auditor – Land Matters, 1935-1938
Folder 26: State Auditor, Jan.-June 1935-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Board of Barber Examiners, Board of Control, Old Age Assistance
Box 133
Folder 1: Board of Barber Examiners
Folder 2: State Board of Control and Old Age Assistance, Jan.-June 1938
Folder 3: State Board of Control and Old Age Assistance, July 1938
Folder 4: State Board of Control and Old Age Assistance, Sept.-Oct. 1938
Folder 5: State Board of Control and Old Age Assistance, Nov. 1938-Jan. 1939
Folder 6: State Board of Control – Reports
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Board of Control – Correspondence, 1934-1938
Box 133
Folder 7: Jan. - Mar. 1934-1938
Folder 8: Apr.-May 1934-1938
Folder 9: June-Aug. 1934-1938
Folder 10: Sept.-Oct. 1934-1938
Folder 11: Nov.-Dec. 1934-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 4: Board of Education – Correspondence and Audit Reports
Box 133
Folder 12: 1935-1936
Folder 13: 1937-May 1938
Folder 14: June-Dec. 1938
Folder 15: State Audit Reports, Jan. 1937-1938
Folder 16: State Audit Reports, Nov.-Dec. 1938
Sub-Sub-Series 5: Board of Insurance Commissioners, Board of Medical Examiners, Board of Mineral Development, State Board of Nurse Examiners, Board of Optometry, Board of Regents
Box 134
Folder 1: Board of Insurance Commissioners, 1935-1937
Folder 2: Board of Insurance Commissioners, 1938
Folder 3: Board of Medical Examiners
Folder 4: Board of Mineral Development, 1935-1937
Folder 5: Board of Mineral Development, 1938
Folder 6: State Board of Nurse Examiners
Folder 7: Board of Optometry
Folder 8: Board of Regents
Sub-Sub-Series 6: Department of Agriculture, Department of Public Safety, Games, Fish and Oyster Commission
Box 134
Folder 9: Agriculture I
Folder 10: Agriculture II
Folder 11: Public Safety, 1934-1936
Folder 12: Public Safety, 1937-1938
Folder 13: Some Commission, Jan.-Feb. 1935-1938
Folder 14: Some Commission, Mar.-Dec. 1934-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 7: General Land Office, 1935-1938
Box 134
Folder 15: Land Commissioner, General Land Office, 1935-1939
Folder 16: Land Correspondence, Jan. 1935-1938
Folder 17: Land Correspondence, Feb. 1935-1938
Folder 18: Land Correspondence, Mar. 1935-1938
Folder 19: Land Correspondence, Apr.-June 1935-1938
Folder 20: Land Correspondence, July-Sept. 1935-1398
Folder 21: Land Correspondence, Oct.-Dec. 1935-1938
Folder 22: University of Texas Land Administration Report, 1935
Folder 23: Padre Island
Sub-Sub-Series 8: Health Department, 1935-1938
Box 135
Folder 1: State Health Department, Jan.-June 1935-1938
Folder 2: State Health Office, July-Dec. 1934-1938
Folder 3: State Health Department, Dr. Brown, Laredo Nurse, and accusations of improper conduct against him
Folder 4: State Department of Health Report, 1935-1936
Folder 5: 2nd Quarter Quarterly State Health Report, 1936
Folder 6: State Health Officer’s Report Texas, undated
Folder 7: F. D. R., Article on Health while Governor of New York, Feb. 1, 1932
Sub-Sub-Series 9: Highway Department
Box 135
Folder 8: Office of the State Highway Commissioner, R. L. Bobbitt
Folder 9: State Highway Commissioner, Harry Hines
Folder 10: Harry Hines Appointment and Letters of Endorsement
Folder 11: State Highway Commissioner, D. K. Martin
Folder 12: State Highway Engineers, Gibb Gilchrist
Folder 13: State Highway Engineer, Julian Montgomery
Folder 14: Miscellaneous – Highway Department
Folder 15: Correspondence to Allred, Jan. 1935-1938
Folder 16: Correspondence to Allred, Feb.-Mar. 1935-1938
Folder 17: Correspondence to Allred, Apr.-May 1935-1938
Folder 18: Correspondence to Allred, Jule-July 1935-1938
Folder 19: Correspondence to Allred, Aug.-Oct. 1935-1938
Folder 20: Correspondence to Allred, Nov.-Dec. 1935-1938
Folder 21: Highway Safety
Folder 22: Kenedy Co. Road Project
Sub-Sub-Series 10: Liquor Control Board
Box 135
Folder 23: Commendations about Liquor Control Board Policies
Folder 24: Employment – Liquor Board Personnel Includes Payroll Sheet, May 1938
Folder 25: Liquor and Law Enforcement, 1935-1938
Folder 26: Liquor Revenues, 1935-1938
Folder 27: Correspondence Dealing With Miscellaneous Liquor Matters
Sub-Sub-Series 11: Livestock Sanitary Commission, Pilot Commission
Box 136
Folder 1: Livestock Sanitary Commission, Jan.-Mar. 1935-1939
Folder 2: Livestock Sanitary Commission, Apr.-June 1934-1938
Folder 3: Livestock Sanitary Commission, July-Sept. 1934-1938
Folder 4: Livestock Sanitary Commission, Oct.-Dec. 1934-1938
Folder 5: Pilot Commission, 1935-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 12: Railroad Commission, Secretary of State, State Park Board, State Service Office, Farm Debt Conciliation Committee, Texas National Guard
Box 136
Folder 6: Railroad Commission, 1935-1938
Folder 7: Texas Secretary of State
Folder 8: Palo Duro Canyon State Park, State Park Board
Folder 9: State Service Office, 1935
Folder 10: Farm Debt Conciliation Committee Correspondence
Folder 11: Farm Debt Conciliation Committee of Texas, R.J. Murray, Chairman
Folder 12: Texas National Guard, Jan.-Aug. 1935-1936
Folder 13: Texas National Guard, Sept.-Dec. 1935-1936
Sub-Sub-Series 13: Texas Planning Board, Texas Prison Board
Box 136
Folder 14: Texas Planning Board, Jan.-Feb. 1935
Folder 15: Texas Planning Board, Mar.-Dec. 1935
Folder 16: Texas Planning Board, 1936-1939
Folder 17: Planning Board, Old Age Assistance, 1936-1937
Folder 18: Texas Prison Board
Sub-Sub-Series 14: Texas Racing Commissions, Colonel Commissions
Box 137
Folder 1: Texas Racing Commission
Folder 2: Colonel Commissions, Dec. 1934-1935
Folder 3: Colonel Commissions, 1936
Folder 4: Colonel Commissions, 1937
Folder 5: Colonel Commissions, 1938
Folder 6: Colonel Commissions – Declined, 1934-1939
Sub-Sub-Series 15: Texas Ranger Commissions, 1935-1938
Box 137
Folder 7: Centennial, II, Jan.-June 1935-1936
Folder 8: Centennial, July-Dec. 1936
Folder 9: Centennial, 1937
Folder 10: Centennial, I, 1938
Folder 11: Special, 1935-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 16: Texas Relief Commission, State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, State Parks Board, Unemployment Commission
Box 137
Folder 12: Texas Relief Commission (64), Jan.-May 1935
Folder 13: Texas Relief Commission (64), June-Dec. 1935-1936
Folder 14: Texas State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers (32)
Folder 15: Texas State Parks Board (9)
Folder 16: Unemployment Commission (34)
Sub-Sub-Series 17: Pardon and Parole Board
Box 138
Folder 1: Galvan, Raul
Folder 2: Hamilton, Raymond
Folder 3: Collins, Roy and Cavazos, Eziquel: Pardons
Folder 4: Hobrecht, Joe
Folder 5: Ireland, Alvin
Folder 6: Jackson, John B.
Folder 7: Johnston, Charles
Folder 8: Lee, Will D., Police Chief of Memphis
Folder 9: McCormick, Harry: Houston Press
Folder 10: Rodriquez, Jose
Folder 11: Simmons, Lee
Folder 12: Thompson, Carl Mack
Folder 13: Young, Newton W.
Folder 14: Pardons and Paroles, Jan.-July 1935
Folder 15: Pardons and Paroles, Aug.-Dec. 1935
Folder 16: Pardons and Paroles, Jan.-July 1936
Folder 17: Pardons and Paroles, Aug.-Dec. 1936
Folder 18: Pardons and Paroles, Jan.-June 1937
Folder 19: Pardons and Paroles, July-Dec. 1937
Box 139
Folder 1: Pardons and Paroles, Jan.-May 1938
Folder 2: Pardons and Paroles, June-July 1938
Folder 3: Pardons and Paroles, Aug.-Sept. 1938
Folder 4: Pardons and Paroles, Oct. 1938
Folder 5: County Parole Boards – Correspondence, Nov. 1938-Jan. 1939
Folder 6: County Parole Boards, Jan. 1935-Mar. 1936
Folder 7: County Parole Boards, Apr. 1936-1938
Folder 8: Pardons and Paroles, Jan. 1939
Folder 9: Pardons and Paroles, Nov.-Dec. 1938
Sub-Sub-Series 18: State Agencies and Departments, 1935-1938
Box 139
Folder 10: A & M College of Texas
Folder 11: Big Bend Park, 1937-1938
Folder 12: Banking
Folder 13: Cotton
Folder 14: Floods and Flood Control
Sub-Sub-Series 19: Labor
Box 140
Folder 1: Labor-Industrial Commission (22), 1935
Folder 2: Labor Correspondence (32), 1935
Folder 3: Labor Industrial Commission (33), 1936
Folder 4: Labor (78), 1936
Folder 5: Labor (40), 1937
Folder 6: Labor – Fort Worth Strike (28), June-July 1937
Folder 7: Labor – Sit Down Strike (79), 1937
Folder 8: Labor – Rangers Sent to Dallas (69)
Folder 9: American Civil Liberties Union (5), 1938
Folder 10: Labor (33), Jan.-Apr. 1938
Folder 11: Labor (31), May-July 1938
Folder 12: Labor (45), Aug.-Oct. 1938
Folder 13: Labor (23), Nov. 1938
Folder 14: Labor (38), 1938, 1939
Folder 15: Labor Record (17), 1938
Folder 16: Pecan Strike, San Antonio (72), 1938
Folder 17: Workman’s Compensation (2), 1938
Folder 18: Workman’s Compensation (52), 1938
Sub-Sub-Series 20: Land Office
Box 141
Folder 1-5: State Land Office, July-Sept. 1937
Sub-Sub-Series 21: Old Age Assistance
Box 141
Folder 6: Correspondence, 1934
Folder 7: Correspondence, 1935
Folder 8: Correspondence, 1936
Folder 9: Correspondence, 1937
Folder 10: Correspondence A-Z, 1938, 1942
Folder 11: Political Aspects of the Old Age Assistance Program
Folder 12: Legislative and Legal Aspects of Old Age Assistance
Folder 13: Out of State Correspondence
Sub-Sub-Series 22: Public Safety
Box 141
Folder 14: Jan.-Feb. 1935-1938
Folder 15: Mar. 1935-1938
Folder 16: Apr. 1935-1938
Folder 17: May-June 1935-1938
Folder 18: July 1935-1938
Box 142
Folder 1: Aug. 1935-1938
Folder 2: Sept. 1935-1938
Folder 3: Oct. 1935-1938
Folder 4: Nov. 1935-1938
Folder 5: Dec. 1935-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 23: Rural Rehabilitation, Stag Dinner, State Officials, Sulphur, Taxes, Trade
Box 142
Folder 6: Rural Rehabilitation Report, 1935
Folder 7: Rural Rehabilitation Photos
Folder 8: Correspondence Relating to Governor’s Annual Stag Dinner, 1937
Folder 9: State Officials – List
Folder 10: Sulphur, 1935
Folder 11: Taxes
Folder 12: Trade Barriers, State
Sub-Sub-Series 24: Utilities, Water Resources
Box 142
Folder 13: Utilities, 1935
Folder 14: Water Resources Meeting – Correspondence Relating to Organization and Proposed Attendance, Oct. 5 and 6, 1938
Folder 15: Water Resources Meeting – Correspondence Relating to Organization and Attendance, 1938
Folder 16: Water Conference, July 29, 1938
Folder 17: Water Conference, July 29, 1938
Sub-Series 5: Texas Centennial, 1936
This sub-series consists of two boxes of material relating to the Texas Centennial. Nearly all items date from 1936, with some from 1935 and 1937. Materials have been divided into three sub-sub-series: Centennial Celebration, Correspondence, and Newspaper Clippings.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Centennial Celebration
These materials are arranged alphabetically by locale or subject.
Box 143
Folder 1: Alamo, Mar. 6, 1936
Folder 2: Correspondence Relating to Centennial Year Trip
Folder 3: Envelopes
Folder 4: Goliad
Folder 5: Greenville Centennial Celebration
Folder 6: List of U.S. “VIPs” to be Invited to Centennial
Folder 7: Material on Sam Houston and Declaration of Texas Independence (photocopy)
Folder 8: Centennial Messages of Governor Allred to State Legislature, 1935
Folder 9: Plainview Centennial Celebration
Folder 10: San Jacinto Celebration
Folder 11: Texas Under Six Flags
Folder 12: Speeches Made Outside of Texas by Governor Allred on Texas Centennial Special Press Train, 1936
Folder 13: The Role of Various States in Texas’ Independence
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Correspondence
Correspondence has been divided into two areas: general and government officials. Within these areas materials are arranged chronologically by month.
Box 143
Folder 14: General, Jan.-Feb.
Folder 15: General, Mar.
Folder 16: General, Apr.
Folder 17: General, May
Folder 18: General, June
Folder 19: General, July-Aug.
Folder 20: General, Sept.
Folder 21: General, Oct.-Nov.
Folder 22: General, Dec.
Folder 23: General Centennial Correspondence with Government Officials
Box 144
Folder 1: Other Governors, Jan.-Mar. 1935-1936
Folder 2: Other Governors, Apr. 1935-1936
Folder 3: Other Governors, May 1935-1936
Folder 4: Other Governors, June-Dec. 1935-1936
Folder 5: U. S. Senators
Folder 6: U. S. House of Representatives, Apr. 17-18
Folder 7: U. S. House of Representatives, Apr. 20-24
Folder 8: U. S. House of Representatives, Apr. 24-June 16
Folder 9: Government Officials - Not Senators or Representatives
Folder 10: Foreign Dignitaries
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Newspaper Clippings
These materials are chiefly loose and unarranged
Box 144
Folder 11-13: 1936
Sub-Series 6: Speeches, 1935-1939
This sub-series consists of one box of speeches arranged chronologically by year.
Box 145
Folder 1: Itinerary, 1935
Folder 2: July 4-Oct. 17, 1935
Folder 3: Oct. 27-Dec. 6, 1935
Folder 4: undated, 1935
Folder 5: Miscellaneous Data
Folder 6: May-Feb. 1936
Folder 7: Mar.-May 1936
Folder 8: undated, 1936
Folder 9: Miscellaneous Alamo Burial Information, 1936
Folder 10: undated
Folder 11: James. S. Hogg at Rusk, TX, 1890
Folder 12: June-Nov. 1936
Folder 13: Inaugural, Jan. 19, 1937
Folder 14: Dec. 1937, undated
Folder 15: Jan.-Oct. 1937
Folder 16: June-Nov. 1938
Folder 17: undated
Folder 18: undated 1938
Folder 19: Jan.-June 1938
Folder 20: Miscellaneous, Biographical Data on People and Places, 1938
Folder 21: Will Not Seek a 3rd Term, undated (possibly 1938)
Sub-Series 7: Invitations, 1935-1938
The seventh sub-series, consisting of invitations, is divided between invitations accepted and decline, then chronologically arranged by years and months.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Accepted
Box 147
Folder 1: Jan. 1935
Folder 2: Feb. 1935
Folder 3: Mar. 1935
Folder 4: Apr. 1935
Folder 5: May 1935
Folder 6: June 1935
Folder 7: July 1935
Folder 8: Aug. 1935
Folder 9: Sept. 1935
Folder 10: Oct. 1935
Folder 11: Nov. 1935
Folder 12: Dec. 1935
Folder 13: Accepted and Declined, 1936
Box 148
Folder 9: Jan. 1937
Folder 10: Feb. 1937
Folder 11: Mar. 1937
Folder 12: Apr. 1937
Folder 13: May 1937
Folder 14: June 1937
Box 149
Folder 1: July 1937
Folder 2: Aug. 1937
Folder 3: Sept. 1937
Folder 4: Oct. 1937
Folder 5: Nov. 1937
Folder 6: Dec. 1937
Folder 7: Miscellaneous, 1937
Box 150
Folder 5: Jan. 1938
Folder 6: Feb. 1938
Folder 7: Mar. 1938
Folder 8: Apr. 1938
Folder 9: May 1938
Folder 10: June 1938
Folder 11: July 1938
Folder 12: Aug. 1938
Folder 13: Sept. 1938
Folder 14: Oct. 1938
Folder 15: Nov. 1938
Folder 16: Dec. 1938
Folder 17: Miscellaneous, 1938
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Declined
Box 146
Folder 1: Jan. 1935
Folder 2: Feb. 1935
Folder 3: Mar. 1935
Folder 4: Apr. 1935
Folder 5: May 1935
Folder 6: June 1935
Folder 7: July 1935
Folder 8: Aug. 1935
Folder 9: Sept. 1935
Folder 10: Oct. 1935
Folder 11: Nov. 1935
Folder 12: Dec. 1935
Box 147
Folder 13: Accepted and Declined, 1936
Folder 14: Jan. 1937
Folder 15: Feb. 1937
Folder 16: Mar. 1937
Folder 17: Apr. 1-15, 1937
Folder 18: Apr. 16-30, 1937
Box 148
Folder 1: May 1937
Folder 2: June 1937
Folder 3: July 1937
Folder 4: Aug. 1937
Folder 5: Sept. 1937
Folder 6: Oct. 1937
Folder 7: Nov. 1937
Folder 8: Dec. 1937
Box 149
Folder 8: Jan. 1938
Folder 9: Feb. 1938
Folder 10: Mar. 1938
Folder 11: Apr. 1938
Folder 12: May 1938
Folder 13: June 1938
Folder 14: July 1938
Folder 15: Aug. 1938
Box 150
Folder 1: Sept. 1938
Folder 2: Oct. 1938
Folder 3: Nov. 1938
Folder 4: Dec. 1938
Sub-Series 8: Commendations – Law Enforcement, 1935
The eighth sub-series, consisting of commendations, is alphabetically arranged by names of correspondents.
Box 150
Folder 18: A
Folder 19: B
Folder 20: C
Folder 21: D
Folder 22: F
Folder 23: G
Folder 24: Gambling – Galveston
Folder 25: Gambling – Houston
Folder 26: Gambling – San Antonio
Folder 27: Gambling – Slot Machines, 1935
Folder 28: H
Box 151
Folder 1: I
Folder 2: J
Folder 3: K
Folder 4: L
Folder 5: Law Enforcement
Folder 6: Comments, 1935
Folder 7: Endorsements
Folder 8: Lynching
Folder 9: Special Rangers and State Police Forces
Folder 10: Houston, Grand Jury
Folder 11: Local Affairs
Folder 12: Radio Speeches
Folder 13: Clippings
Folder 14: Prison Reform
Folder 15: Governor's Crime Conference
Folder 16: Ma
Folder 17: Mc
Folder 18: Me
Folder 19: Mi-Mo
Folder 20: Mu-My
Folder 21: N
Folder 22: O
Folder 23: P
Folder 24: Protests
Folder 25: R
Folder 26: Railroad Brotherhood Speech at Waco
Folder 27: Rangers – Corpus Christi
Folder 28: Rangers – Galveston
Folder 29: S, Mar.
Folder 30: S, Apr.
Folder 31: T
Folder 32: V
Folder 33: W
Folder 34: Y
Folder 35: Y-Z
Sub-Series 9: Press Releases, 1935-1939
The ninth sub-series, consisting of press releases, is chronologically arranged by years and months.
Box 151
Folder 36: Jan.-Mar. 1935
Folder 37: June-Aug. 1935
Folder 38: Apr.-May 1935
Folder 39: Sept.-Dec. 1935
Box 152
Folder 1: Jan.-Apr. 1936
Folder 2: May-Dec. 1936
Folder 3: Jan.-Apr. 1937
Folder 4: Oct.-Dec. 1937
Folder 5: Correspondence on Press Releases
Folder 6: "Rest of the Record", Aug-Dec. 1937
Folder 7: Jan.-Mar. 1938
Folder 8: Jan.-June 1938
Folder 9: Jan. 1939
Folder 10: Correspondence Dealing with Press Releases, 1935-1937-1938
Folder 11: Correspondence Dealing with Press Releases, 1938-1939
Sub-Series 10: Miscellaneous Matters, 1934-1939
The tenth sub-series, consisting of miscellaneous matters, is alphabetically arranged by subjects.
Sub-Sub-Series 1: Inauguration
Box 152
Folder 12: Inaugural List, Mrs. Allred's, 1935
Folder 13: Requests for Inaugural Ball Invitations
Folder 14: Inaugural Lists
Folder 15: Inaugural Address, Jan. 15, 1935
Sub-Sub-Series 2: Mexico and other foreign countries
Box 153
Folder 1: Mexico and Other Foreign Countries (102), 1935-1937
Folder 2: Mexico Correspondence (64), Feb.-Sept. 1937
Folder 3: Mexico Correspondence (59), Oct.-Dec. 1937
Folder 4: Mexico Trip (103), July-Nov. 1937
Folder 5: Mexico Trip – John A. Vallis (19)
Folder 6: Rio Grande – Treaty Proposal Between U.S. and Mexico (29), 1935
Folder 7: Mexico and Other Foreign Countries, (85), 1938-1942
Folder 8: Mexico and Other Foreign Countries, (88), Jan.-June 1938
Sub-Sub-Series 3: Correspondence with other Governors, 1935-1939
Box 153
Folder 9: A-C
Folder 10: D-H
Folder 11: I-L
Folder 12: M-P
Folder 13: Q-Z
Folder 14: Council of State Governments
Folder 15: Acting Governors of Texas – Lt. Colonel Commissions Issued by Regan and Woodul
Folder 16: Acting Governors of Texas
Sub-Sub-Series 4: Expense Accounts, 1935-1938
Box 153
Folder 17: Expense Accounts – J.V.A, 1935-1938
Sub-Sub-Series 5: Gambling, Race Track Betting
Box 154
Folder 1: Race Track Speech Delivered Over The Radio By Allred – Copy, See Speech File For Original, Feb. 12, 1935
Folder 2: Letters Endorsing Allred’s Stand On Horse Race Gambling, Feb.-Mar. 1935
Folder 3: Endorsements of Allred’s Position on Horse Race Gambling, Feb. 1-18, 1935
Folder 4: Letters From People Opposed To Allred’s Position on Race Track Gambling
Folder 5: Endorsements of Allred’s Position Against Horse Race Gambling, Mar.-Apr. 1937
Folder 6: Letters Approving of Allred’s Position on Race Track Gambling, May 1937
Folder 7: Letters About Racing, Such As Complaints about Illegal Gambling and Drugs Injected Into Horses
Folder 8: Dog Race File
Sub-Sub-Series 6: Miscellaneous
Box 154
Folder 9: Governors’ Conference, 1936
Folder 10: Governors’ Conference, Feb.-Aug. 1938
Folder 11: Governors’ Conference, Sept. 1938
Folder 12: Governors’ Conference, Oct.-Nov. 1938
Folder 13: Hay Fever of James V. Allred
Folder 14: Junior Chamber of Commerce Award, 1935-1936
Folder 15: New London School Explosion – Official Report Submitted by David J. Price
Folder 16: Governor’s Proclamation on Radio Speech
Folder 17: Money Donated After Disaster
Folder 18: Report Issued By Texas Inspection Bureau
Folder 19: Correspondence Relating To New London School Disaster
Folder 20: Report of Governor’s Military Court Of Inquiry and Correspondence Relating To It
Box 155
Folder 1: Oil Correspondence, Jan.-Mar. 1934-1938
Folder 2: Oil Correspondence, Apr.-May 1934-1938
Folder 3: Oil Correspondence, June-July 1934-1938
Folder 4: Oklahoma Oil Producing State Governor’s Conference, Dec. 1934
Folder 5: Oil Correspondence With Governor Marland of Oklahoma
Folder 6: Thomas Oil Bill
Folder 7: Interstate Oil Compact, Feb. 16, 1935
Folder 8: Oil Correspondence with Other Governors
Folder 9: Oil Correspondence, Sept., Dec. 1934-1938
Folder 10: Correspondence on Gas Wastage
Folder 11: Oil and Gas Lease Matters, 1935-1938
Folder 12: Informational Memoranda
Folder 13: Proclamations, 1935-1938
Folder 14: Pan American Exposition at Dallas, 1937
Folder 15: Proclamations, Sept.-Dec. 1938
Folder 16: World Fair Committee, 1938
Folder 17: Wood Lake Project
Folder 18: Wood Lake Project Audit Reports, 1934-1935
Folder 19: World Fair Committee, 1937

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