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    • Thomas and Eakins, February 1938

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Correspondence; Employment; Road construction; Occupations; Government officials; Presidents; Politicians; Politics & government; Newspapers; Clippings; Political patronage; Pensions; Construction; Traffic...
    • Correspondence between Albert Thomas and Chas. S. Eakins in February 1938. Eakins wrote to Thomas about getting a position on the new Houston traffic survey approved by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Eakins includes a newspaper clipping about...
    • Drewry to Thomas, Sept to Nov,  1936

    • Legislators; Letters; Telegrams; Correspondence; Government officials; Politicians; Politics & government; Committees; Victories; Political elections; Political organizations; Political campaigns;
    • Telegram and typed sent from P.H. Drewry, Chairman of the Democratic National Congressional Committee, to Albert Thomas in September and November 1936. In the telegram, Drewry congratulates Thomas on his election. In the letter, Drewry thanks him...
    • Thomas and Terry Correspondence, Feb. and March 1938

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Radio industry; Radio stations; Government officials; Correspondence; Politicians; Politics & government; Political elections; Political activity; Constituents;
    • Correspondence between Albert Thomas and Roy G. Terry in February and March of 1938. Terry, owner of several radio facilities in Texas, wrote Thomas to request a summary of Thomas' political activities since being elected into Congress. Thomas...
    • Thomas and Robert, December 1936

    • Letters; Letterheads; Government officials; Correspondence; Politics & government; Politicians; Legislators; Hotels; Presidents; Committees; Victories; Travel; Political elections; Political campaigns;
    • Typed letters between Albert Thomas and Lawrence Wood Robert Jr., Secretary of the Democratic National Committee, from December 1936. Robert sends congratulations to Thomas for his recent election. Thomas sends his thanks.
    • Thomas to DeLand, 10-24-1936

    • Letters; Correspondence; Government officials; Legislators; Politicians; Politics & government; Friendship;
    • This is a typed letter addressed to H.E. DeLand c/o The Borden Company in Houston Texas from Albert Thomas. Thomas thanks DeLand for his efforts in getting Thomas a Congressional nomination. Thomas ends the letter by stating he hopes that his...
    • Thomas to DeLand 10-24-1936

    • Letters; Legislators; Correspondence; Government officials; Politicians; Politics & government; Political elections; Political campaigns; Friendship;
    • This is a typed letter addressed to H.E. DeLand c/o The Borden Company in Houston Texas from Albert Thomas. Thomas thanks DeLand for his efforts in getting Thomas a Congressional nomination. Thomas ends the letter by stating he hopes that his...
    • Thomas to District Clerk 01-04-1935

    • Witnesses; Letters; Legislators; Correspondence; Government officials; Money; Politicians; Politics & government; Courthouses;
    • This is a typed letter from Albert Thomas to the District Clerk of Groesbeck, TX. The letter reads: “Dear Sir: I was subpoenaed as a witness in behalf of the State of Texas in the cause entitled State of Texas vs Grady Faulkner to appear before the...
    • Thomas and Evans, April 1937

    • Letters; Correspondence; Government officials; Legislators; Political posters; Politicians; Politics & government; Political organizations; Political conventions; Political activity; Women; Women's suffrage; Hotels; Donkeys; Cartoons (Working...
    • Exchange of typed correspondence between Albert Thomas and Mrs. May Thompson Evans, the Assistant Director of the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee. The exchange occurred in April 1937. Evans writes to Thomas regarding the...
    • Jed Johnson to Thomas 11-28-1936

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Committees; Correspondence; Government officials; Political campaign funds; Political campaigns; Political organizations; Politics & government; Politicians; Political elections; Money;
    • This is a typed letter from Jed Johnson, Chairman of the Speakers’ Bureau in the Democratic National Congressional Committee. The letter was sent from Anadarko, Oklahoma, dated November 28, 1936. The letterhead reads: Congress of the United States,...
    • Aiken to Thomas 09-22-1936

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Correspondence; Committees; Government officials; Political organizations; Politicians; Politics & government; Political parties; Political campaigns;
    • In this typed letter dated September 22, 1936, Paul C. Aiken, Director of the Speakers’ Bureau of the Democratic National Congressional Committee, thanks Thomas for returning the completed questionnaire for the Speakers’ Bureau and states that...
    • 1829 Meeting Minutes

    • Politics & government; Meetings; Government officials;
    • 1829 document lists minutes of Coahuila y Tejas government meeting in Nacogdoches, written in Spanish. Juan Bautista Valdes and Pedro Am de Ernal are two men mentioned in the document.
    • Time Magazine with Richard Helms Cover

    • Magazine covers; Government officials; Portrait photographs; Politicians; Politics & government; Presidential aircraft; Presidential inaugurations; Presidents;
    • The cover of Time Magazine dated February 24, 1967. The front cover it depicts the Director of the Central Intelligence for the CIA, Richard Helms. Includes the swearing in of President Lyndon B. Johnson with Representative Albert Thomas in the...
    • Thomas and Parsons August 1938

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Family; Friendship; Government officials; Hospitals; Employment; Childhood & youth; Animal feeding; Animals; Farms; Political patronage; Politicians; Schools;
    • Correspondence between Albert Thomas and his aunt Hattie Thomas Parsons of Nacogdoches, Texas in August 1938. Parsons writes reminscing on Thomas' childhood. She also asks Thomas to help her friend Gene Lynch secure a job. Thomas responds saying he...
    • Noyes to Thomas 01-18-1937

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Legislation; Correspondence; Government officials; Political activity; Political issues; Political organizations; Political representation; Politicians; Politics & government; Committees;
    • This letter is typed on stationary from The Citizens’ Joint Committee on National Representation for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. In the letter, Noyes writes: Dear Representative Thomas: I am pleased to note your letter in which you...
    • Luther Johnson to Thomas 07-27-1938

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Political elections; Politicians; Politics & government; Victories; Government officials;
    • Typed letter on Congressional stationary from Luther A. Johnson from Corsicana, Texas. Johnson writes: Dear Albert: I thank you for your letter of congratulations. My majority was over 11,000 over both opponents. With kindest personal regards and...

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