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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

OCLC Number

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Walace Eugene Hawkins Papers, 1916-1963



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hawkins, Walace, 1896-
Title: Walace Eugene Hawkins papers
Dates: 1916-1963
Abstract: These papers consist of correspondence, financial and legal documents, publications, and photographs related to the life and interests of Walace Eugene Hawkins.
Identification: camh-arc-004241
Extent: 9.71 linear feet
Language: English .
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Attorney Walace Eugene Hawkins served as a Texas Assistant Attorney General in the 1920s. He published papers and legal opinions; in addition, he pursued an interest in history and geneaology.

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Scope and Contents

These papers consist of correspondence, financial and legal documents, publications, and photographs related to the life and interests of Walace Eugene Hawkins. It also contains some materials documenting Hawkins' personal geneology research.

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is stored remotely; contact repository in advance for retrieval.

Conditions Governing Use

There are no use restrictions on this collection. Publisher is responsible for complying with copyright law.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Hawkins, Walace, 1896-
Subjects
Attorneys general
Genealogy
Places
Texas

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Walace Eugene Hawkins Papers, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Accession Number(s)

1985-148; 1985-179

Processing Information

Processed by Briscoe Staff. Revised by Laura Grove, April 2020.

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OCLC Number

69660762

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Inventory

Correspondence
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2.325/C144 Miscellaneous, 1939
TSHA (Texas State Historical Association), 1947-1951
Meek family, 1942-1943
Concerning photographs, 1948
Concerning Thomas J. Devine, 1947
Bills, 1950
Personal correspondence and print materials, 1946, 1950-1951
Correspondence and printed material concerning Judge Elphalet Frazier Buckner, 1942-1947
Stamford College Association, 1949-1950
Edcouch-Elsa Independent School District et al. vs. Oscar Thieme et al., 1940
F. V. Faulkner, nominee for "Grand Old Man", 1940
Taxes, 1940-1950
Hawkins Family, genealogy charts, correspondence, notes, and maps, 1940-1942
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2.325/C145 Texas Geographica Society, correspondence, 1940-1942, 1948
Personal correspondence and licenses, 1940-1942
Dallas Historical Society, 1945-1949
SMU Law School, Oil and Gas Advisory Committee, 1947-1948
Personal information, undated
Estate of C. E. Booth, 1937-1942
The Southwestern Legal Foundation, correspondence, 1948-1951
Estate of W. P. Hawkins, 1949-1951
Red River Boundary suit; New Mexico vs. Texas and Oklahoma vs. Texas, 1926-1931
The Critic Club, 1950-1951
Ex-student correspondence and printed material, 1940-1949
Address, McMurry College, Abilene, Texas, 1940, 1950
Personal correspondence, 1949
Lot 231, Hidalgo County, 1939-1942
Walace Hawkins vs. E and D oil company, 1932
Shooting gallery, 1961-1963
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2.325/C146 Personal, concerning water power, 1931-1935
Mrs. Mattie Hawkins, Winkler County land, 1924-1938
"During Good Behavior" speech, 1950
Walace Hawkins, Chariman, Oil Committee, Mineral Section, American Bar Association, 1946
Walace Hawkins memorial, 1951
Tax returns, 1946
Francis B. Hawkins estate, 1947
Mid Continent Oil and Gas, Texas Division, 1945-1947
El Sal Del Ray, undated
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2.325/C147 "Early History of the Big Bend Border," by Olga Pool Wilson, 1941
"American Bar Association Directory", 1946-1947
"Proceedings of the Section of Mineral Law at Atlantic City, New Jersey", October 29, 1946
Chief Justic Cureton, died April 8, 1940, undated
"In Defense of the Oil and Gas Industry," speech, October 19, 1950
Col. Jacob Carl DeGress, printed material, notes, geneaology charts, and correspondence, 1949
El Sal Del Ray, 1946-1947
John C. Watrous file, 1948-1949
Personal, 1948
Sabine Boundary material, 1936, 1948
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2.325/C148 John Michael Hawkins, 1952
Walace Hawkins personal, international water law and U. S. and Mexico, correspondence, notes, printed material, 1929-1931
John R. Palmer, Jr., correspondence, tax returns, printed material, 1951-1953
Strait Lane residence, 6.53 acres, 1934-1938
Bills, 1949
Robert Potter, notes and correspondence, 1941-1942
"The History of Harriet A. Ames", 1930-1940
Mexico, Perote prison, Mier expedition, 1941-1944
"The Case of John C. Watrous," printed material, correspondence, and notes, 1950-1951
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2.325/C150 John C. Watrous materials, 1948-1951
"The Teaching of Spanish, German, and French in Texas High Schools", 1930
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2J120 Case files, 1925, 1927
Case files, 1928-1929
"Eliphalet Fraser Bucher, 1810-187-," by Walace E. Hawkins, undated
"Col. Jacob Carl DeGress," by Walace Hawkins, undated
Letters, pamphlets, manuscripts, address book, "The Trial", 1916
Book
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2J120 The Religions of Democracy: Judaism, Catholicism, Protestantism in Creed and Life by Louis Finkelstein, J. Elliot Ross, and William Adams Brown, 1941
The Case of John C. Watrous: United States Judge for Texas, by Walace Hawkins, 1950
"Lecture on Real Estate," by Judge Yancey Lewis, undated
Texas Law Review , 1944-10-1945-12
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2J121 Cases handled by Walace Hawkins, 1921-1923
"Reference Brief re: Damages Recoverable in So-Called Treble Damage Actions", undated
"Thrilling Scenes in Texas," by Henry Woodville, 1925
"Biography of Peter Gallagher", undated
"The Chihuahua Trail", undated
Louis Vadal et al. vs. Sterlington Gas Corporation et al., 1934
"Reservations of Minerals by the Republic of Texas and the State of Texas, 1836-1845", undated
"Homes of My Father and Mother," by Sarah Elizabeth Creekmore Walace, undated
Thesis "History of Runnels County," Houston Bailey Self, 1931
"History of the Creation of Gregg County, Texas," by Richard B. Levy, 1950
"Chihuahua Trail: Old Artery of Commerce Linked U. S. and Mexico," by R. Franklin Hall, undated
Souvenir of Dallas, Texas, October 20, 1889
Miscellaneous printed material, undated
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2J122 "The Case of John C. Watrous," printed material, correspondence, and notes, 1950-1951
Mrs. Frances Booth Hawkins' death, bound bereavement letter, 1945
"The Last of the Cherokees in Texas; and the Life and Death of Chief Bowles," by Albert Woldert, undated
Books
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2J123 Revolt of the Tartars , undated
Shakespeare's MacBeth , undated
David Copperfield , undated
American Literature for Secondary School , undated
William Tell , undated
"The Pyramid," Stamford College Yearbook, Texas, 1914
"The Allen Academy for Boys," Bryan, Texas, 1945-1946, 1946-1947
The Second Army Air Service Book, 1919
El Sal Del Ray, bound correspondence, 1946-1947
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2J124 Walace Hawkins, bound promotion correspondence, 1939
"Memorandum relating to the Heirship of Stephen Fuller Austin and His Sister Emily Margaret Bryan Perry", undated
"Hard Times and the Way Out," speech delivered by Robert G. Ingersoll, 1878
Books
The New Hudson Shakespeare, undated
The Pyramid, 35 year anniversary of the class of 1914, 1949
Cactus, 1921
"Twenty-Four Hours with the Herd", undated
The Allen Academy for Boys, Bryan, Texas, 1945-1946
The Allenian, 1947
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2J125 The South Mobilizing for Social Services, 1913
Banking Laws of Texas, 1916
The Comprehensive Critical and Explanatory Bible Encyclopaedia, 1881
The Case of John C. Watrous: United States Judge for Texas, by Walace Hawkins, 1950
El Sal Del Rey, by Walace Hawkins, 1947
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2J126 Texas Law Review, October 1925; June 1931; October 1931
A History of Birmingham and its Environs, 1920
"Bulletin of the University of Texas, August 1916
A Sourcebook of the University of Texas, 1918
Compiled lectures on transfer of Title and Marital Estates, 1913
The Presbyterian Church in Jefferson, by J. A. R. Moseley, 1946
Alzogs Universal Church History, Vol. II, Second Period (A.D. 700-1303)", 1875
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2J127 "Opinions, Assistant Attorney General Walace Hawkins", 1921-1924
"Biennial Report of the Chief of Staff of the United States Army", July 1, 1943-June 30, 1945
Magnolia Oil and Gas legal staff, undated
War of Regulators and Moderators, manuscript by Eph M. Daggett, undated
Case files, 1921-1923
Case files, disposed of cases, 1921-1923
Hawkins family geneaology, undated
Biography of Peter Gallagher, undated
Bob Potter and Old Rose of Texas, undated
Solomon Calvin Page, undated
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3T103 [SRH1230027287] Photographs, undated

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