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    • The Star News, May 11, 1888

    • Newspapers; Advertisements; Announcements; Political activity; Political campaigns; Political elections; Political organizations; Politicians; Politics & government; Fraternal organizations; Health care; Medical education; Medicine; Patent...
    • The "Star News" Vol. XIII, No. 19 published in Nacogdoches, Texas. Highlights: news from other cities and towns including Melrose, Elgin, Tenaha, and San Augustine; reprint of the May Day speech given by the Hon. S. W. Blount; information about the...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter November 9, 1860

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; Stagecoaches; Travel; Railroads; Political elections; Political activity;
    • Eugenie Sterne Barret to Charles S. Taylor. Eugenie was Taylor's niece. She is writing to him while traveling by stagecoach to Austin. She is traveling with Dolph and Corinne. She mentions the election of Lincoln and how she feels about the people...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, July 8, 1845

    • Legislative bodies; State government; Holidays; Voting; Vote counting; Political elections; Political issues; Correspondence
    • From James H. Starr and addressed to Charles S. Taylor. Starr writes that the letter is also intended for Thomas Rusk. Starr tells about a Fourth of July celebration with a speech by Col. Jennings, a parade with Col. Wade, and a dance. Starr goes...
    • 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; 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, Delores

    • Childhood & youth; Education; Schools; Political elections; Political campaigns; Political campaign funds; African Americans;
    • Discusses Congressman Charlie Wilson
    • Foley, Ian

    • Television studios; Political conventions; Political elections; Political campaigns; African Americans; Sales taxes; Laws; Floods;
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    • King's Review, No. 08

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Student movements; Voter registration; Voting; Political activity; Political elections; Political participation;
    • This issue stresses the importance of voting as guaranteed by federal law. It also announces Steve Burgess's analysis of fourteen amendments to State Constitution for ballot November 5. The following are titles of other articles included in this...
    • King's Review, No. 09

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Political activity; Political elections; Political issues; Political participation
    • First page comments on the Nacogdoches Housing Project, the call for NAACP President Roy Wilkins to resign, and how race plays a in SFA housing. Second page includes a commentary on the 1968 election results and how black students at other Texas...
    • King's Review

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Student movements; Voter registration; Voting; Political activity; Political elections; Political participation;
    • This issue discusses how the organization was formed. This issue has articles promoting the June 1 voting including the Nacogdoches County Voters' League endorsements. The League provided transportation to the polls and child care while voting. The...
    • King's Review

    • Students; Student organizations; Civil rights; African Americans; Racism; Stephen F. Austin State University; Student movements; Political activity; Political elections; Political participation;
    • This issue announces the King's Men Memorial Banquet and program to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ray Hall, professor at Bishop College and SFA graduate student, was master of ceremonies. The is an article about the one year anniversary of the...
    • Student Elections, September 1971

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Political elections; Student movements; Students; Political participation; Political activity; Political campaigns; Political posters; Politics & government
    • Signs on SFA campus urging students to vote in an upcoming student congress election, September 1971.
    • Sanders Congratulations Letter 1936

    • Envelopes; Political elections; Correspondence; Texas Revolution; Political campaigns; Flags; Capitols; Architecture;
    • 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...
    • Wilson campaign, 1994

    • Political campaigns; Political elections; Politicians; Politics & government; Government officials; Legislators; Fund raising; Political campaign funds;
    • Photographs taken during 1994 campaign events

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