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A letter from Veronica Sanders, 148 Sanders Street, Nacogdoches, Texas, dated September 1, 1936, written to Lera Millard Thomas to congratulate Lera and Albert on the overwhelming victory in the recent campaign for congress of that district. She...
Militias; Military officers; Political elections; Republic of Texas
Republic of Texas document signed by Chief Justice of Nacogdoches County Charles S. Taylor authorizing Judge William Roark to hold local militia elections on April 6, 1839 for a captain and two lieutenants.
Letters; Political activity; Politicians; Political campaigns; Political elections; Politics & government;
Typed letter dated August 26, 1936 written by Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hessen of Silver City, New Mexico to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas congratulating Albert Thomas for his recent politcal victory. "Just yesterday we learned from the El Paso Herald Post, Mr....
Newspaper headlines; Newspapers; Voting; Political campaigns; Political elections; Politicians;
This is a Houston Chronicle front page article about Mrs. Lera Thomas, who is to run for election on March 26, 1966. Mrs. Thomas made the decision to run for her late husband's seat in Congress. The newspaper is dated Febuary 26, 1966.