Lawyers -- Texas
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Judge Thomas M. Reavley Papers
Scope and Contents The Judge Thomas M. Reavley Papers detail his extensive civic and legal service to society. Reavley’s correspondence, scholarship and speeches document not only his career and community engagement, but also provide glimpses of his education, family, World War II experience. The collection contains a wide range of formats and mediums—awards and plaques, books, calendars, commemorative medals, compact discs, ink and pencil correspondence, framed materials, mimeograph paper, newsprint, and...
Dates: 1706-2011; Event: Donated 7/17/2012
Marmion Henry Bowers Letterbooks
Scope and Contents The letterbooks in this collection are blotter copies containing legal correspondence to individuals, sheriffs, county clerks, and judges; and personal correspondence to friends and family. There are also letters to magazines and newspapers concerning subscriptions and advertising. One volume contains petitions, deeds, and briefs used in courts, including the Supreme Court of Texas. The correspondence describes conditions in Texas before, during, and after the Civil War, including the...