Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Price Daniel Audiovisual Materials and Related Papers:

An Inventory of Price Daniel Audiovisual Materials and Related Papers at the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, Texas State Archives, 1952-1962, 1980, undated



Overview

Creator: Daniel, Price.
Title: Price Daniel audiovisual materials and related papers
Dates: 1952-1962, 1980, undated
Abstract: Price Daniel served as Texas attorney general, US senator, and Texas governor. These audiovisual materials and related papers date 1952-1962, 1980, undated, and encompass Daniel's service in these offices, as well as his US Senate and Texas gubernatorial campaigns, and contain one item from after his political career. Topics covered include narcotic laws, segregation, states' rights, traffic safety, and Texas business and agriculture. The most common film format is 16mm black-and-white film, and audio materials include open reel audiotapes and instantaneous recordings. Some audiovisual materials include accompanying documents. These materials and accompanying documents have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive.
TSLAC Control No.: TXSH0049
Quantity: 7.5 cubic ft.
Location: Please note that these materials are housed at the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, P.O. Box 310, Liberty, Texas 77575, 936-336-8821.
Language: These materials are predominately English with scattered Spanish throughout.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Price Daniel Biographical Sketch

Price Daniel was born on October 10, 1910, in Dayton, Texas, the eldest son of Marion Price and Nannie Partlow Daniel. After graduating from high school in Fort Worth, he attended Baylor University where he earned a degree in journalism in 1931. The following year he received his law degree at Baylor and opened a law practice in Liberty, Texas. During the next seven years, Price Daniel practiced law and assisted with publishing two local newspapers he co-owned.

In 1939 he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives and became a member of the State Democratic Executive Committee. The following year he married Jean Houston Baldwin and they had four children: Price Jr., Jean, Houston, and John. He served three terms in the Texas Legislature (1939-1943) and was chosen as speaker of the house for the 48th Legislature in 1943. When the legislature adjourned, he resigned to enlist in the United States Army as a private. The following year he graduated from officers' candidate school in Lexington, Virginia, as a judge advocate general. Stationed in Japan and the Pacific, he had attained the rank of captain when he was discharged in May 1946.

Upon his return to Texas, he was elected as Texas attorney general. Running unopposed, he was reelected twice. His tenure as attorney general from 1947 to 1953 was noted for efforts to disband organized gambling operations in Texas, defense of the University of Texas Law School in its refusal to admit African-American applicant Heman Marion Sweatt, and defense of the state's ownership of its submerged lands in the Gulf of Mexico (the Tidelands) against claims of the federal government. From 1953 to 1957, Daniel served in the United States Senate. As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he chaired a special Subcommittee on Improvements in the Federal Criminal Code and directed a nationwide probe that resulted in the most stringent narcotics regulation in the nation's history.

After four years as senator, Price Daniel returned home and successfully ran for governor of Texas in 1956. He served as governor for three consecutive terms, from 1957 to 1963. During his tenure he successfully pushed through the legislative programs for highways, prison reform, water conservation, higher teacher salaries, and improved care for the mentally disabled. He also worked to establish the Texas State Archives and Library Building. Attempting to run for an unprecedented fourth term, he was defeated by John Connally in the Democratic primary in 1962.

Daniel then returned to his law practice in Liberty and Austin. In 1967 President Lyndon Johnson appointed him director of the Office of Emergency Preparedness, a post that gave him a position on the National Security Council. He also served as the president's liaison to the governors of the states and territories. In 1971 Daniel was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Texas Supreme Court. Elected an associate justice in his own right in 1972 and again in 1978, he retired in 1979. Daniel served as a special assistant to the Texas attorney general for the Texas v. Louisiana boundary case, as a trustee of Baylor College of Medicine, and on the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. He also served as legal counsel for the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas. He was a member of the Sons of the Republic of Texas, Knights of the Order of San Jacinto, and the Philosophical Society of Texas and was active in numerous church and civic activities until his death on August 25, 1988.

(Sources include: Murph, Daniel. "Daniel, Marion Price, Sr.," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed September 21, 2020.)


Scope and Contents of the Collection

Price Daniel served as Texas attorney general (1946-1953), US senator (1953-1957), and Texas governor (1957-1963). These audiovisual materials and related papers date 1952-1962, 1980, undated, and encompass Daniel's service in these offices, as well as his US Senate and Texas gubernatorial campaigns, and contain one item from after his political career. Topics covered include narcotic laws, segregation, states' rights, traffic safety, and Texas business and agriculture. Many films are short political campaign spots that appeared during commercial breaks in standard television programming slots, a method first used by Dwight D. Eisenhower's 1952 presidential campaign. Audio materials tend to be longer recordings and include more interviews. Films and audiotapes were sent to television and radio stations throughout Texas, and were sent back to Daniel after airing, accounting for many duplicates. Items described here are unique copies or the best copies of identical materials. If dates were not provided in the materials or containers themselves, dates from the mail wrapper have been used where available. Gaps in item numbers are due to removal of duplicate films and films that had degraded beyond the capability to digitize. The most common film format is 16mm black-and-white film; the collection also includes one color film, one 35mm film, and one 2" Quadruplex videotape, as noted in the inventory. Audio materials include open reel audiotapes, lacquer discs, and instantaneous transcription discs. Instantaneous transcription discs remaining in the collection do not have paper transcriptions and are unable to be digitized; discs accompanied by paper transcriptions have been deaccessioned, and those paper transcriptions remain in the collection. Other documents include letters to television and radio stations regarding the audiovisual materials, transcripts of speeches, notes, and memos.


Arrangement of the Collection

The materials are arranged by political office, then chronologically within each office.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Due to the fragility of the audiovisual materials, digital copies must be used instead of the original items.

Restrictions on Use

Under the Copyright Act of 1976 as amended in 1998, unpublished works are protected for the life of the author plus 70 years. The term of copyright for published material varies. Researchers are responsible for complying with US Copyright Law (Title 17 USC.).

Technical Requirements

None.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects (Organizations):
Texas. Attorney-General's Office.
Texas. Office of the Governor.
United States. Congress. Senate.
Subjects:
Governors--Texas--Election.
Narcotic laws.
Political campaigns--Texas.
Segregation in education--Texas.
States' rights (American politics)
Traffic safety--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Politics and government.
Document Types:
Correspondence.
Instantaneous recordings.
Motion pictures (visual works)
Moving images.
Open reel audiotapes.
Sound recordings.
Functions:
Influencing government policy.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Price Daniel audiovisual materials and related papers. Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 2019.003

The materials described in this finding aid are part of the records transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by Price Daniel at the close of his administration as governor of Texas in 1963. Included with the gubernatorial records were the majority of Daniel's records as Texas Attorney General and a large quantity of his records as United States Senator from Texas. The Texas State Library transferred these documents to the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center in 1977. In 1989 Mrs. Price (Jean Houston) Daniel donated the private records of Price Daniel as attorney general and governor in addition to his records as US Senator from Texas. These materials most likely came in with one or more of the donations of Price Daniel Papers in 1989. It is uncertain which accession(s) they belong to, so a new accession number has been assigned for control purposes.

Processing Information

Films processed by Angela Swift, February 2020

Audio processed by Angela Swift, September 2020

Appraisal Information

These films were appraised by State Archives staff in 2016 and in 2018-2019, during and after digitization of the films.

Other Formats for the Collection

The 16mm films, audiotapes, and documents described in this finding aid have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/manuscripts-collections/#daniel.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Price Daniel audiovisual materials and related papers, 1952-1962, 1980, undated,
7.5 cubic ft.

1947-1953, Texas Attorney General
Reel
2019.003-140 Speech. Attorney General Price Daniel. Bay City Chamber of Commerce Banquet, January 15, 1952,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 30:27]
[Note: Broadcast on KIOX, Bay City, January 16, 1952 from 2:30-3:30 pm.]
[Introduction by Mayor Richard C. Gusman of Bay City.]
1952, Campaign for US Senator
Reel
2019.003-022 Political spot. US Senator campaign, 1952. Price Daniel, print, July 1952,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, reversal film, 77 ft., running time: 1:58]
[Note: Film sent to WBAP-TV, Fort Worth, Texas.]
[Price Daniel visits boyhood home in Fort Worth.]
1953-1956, US Senator
Reel
2019.003-267 Partial interview. Senator Price Daniel, 1953,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 28:45]
[Sid Feach, news director of WFAA, Dallas, Texas, interviews Price Daniel regarding agricultural issues in Texas.]
Reel
2019.003-264 Fragments of five speeches, about 1954,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 15:48]
[Note: Tape mailed from Audio-Visual Education Department, Odessa College, Odessa, Texas.]
[Blank tape until 2:50. Speeches by unknown people, possibly from a speech class, on topics of: golf, hair color, an FDR exhibit during WWII at the National Archives, working for Southwestern Bell Telephone, and working for an auto parts store.]
Reel
2019.003-053 Interview. Senator Price Daniel, print, about 1955,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 485 ft., running time: 13:23]
[Concerning possible date for adjournment of the 54th Congress, First Session. Memo attached to the film.]
Item
2019.003-053_memo Memo with film of Senator Price Daniel interview, about 1955
Reel
2019.003-070 Interview. Senator Price Daniel, print, about 1955,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 501 ft., running time: 13:38]
[Note: Film sent to KWTX, Waco, Texas.]
[54th Congress, First Session summary.]
Reel
2019.003-036 Political program. Senator Price Daniel, print, November 1955,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 500 ft., running time: 14:09]
[Note: Film sent to KCBD-TV, Lubbock, Texas.]
[Includes interview with Mary Miles Daughters, Miss Texas 1955.]
Reel
2019.003-269 Faith in Action, January 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 26:09]
[Note: Mailed from The Radio and Television Commission, Southern Baptist Convention, Fort Worth, Texas.]
[Several segments. Interviews with Judge Sarah T. Hughes of Dallas, Senator Price Daniel, Colleen Townsend, Al Dark, and Ted Perry.]
Reel
2019.003-039 Dope Traffic USA, print, 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 700 ft., running time: 22:59]
[Documentary of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Narcotics. Bela Lugosi and others appear as witnesses.]
Reel
2019.003-064 Liberty, Texas, 200th birthday celebration fragments, print, April 18, 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, reversal film, 121 ft., running time: 2:45]
[Includes appearances by Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys and Kitty Wells.]
Reel
2019.003-072 Political program. Senator Daniel and family at home, print, undated,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 600 ft., running time: about 16:40]
[Note: Film format is 35mm and is not able to be digitized at this time.]
1956, First Texas gubernatorial campaign
Reel
2019.003-037 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, March 12, 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 1,015 ft., running time: 27:48]
[Note: Film sent to several Texas television stations.]
[Regarding possible candidacy for governor.]
Reel
2019.003-175 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, March 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 28:55]
[Regarding possible candidacy for governor.]
Reel
2019.003-005 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, March 26, 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 511 ft., running time: 14:09]
[Note: Film sent to several Texas television stations.]
[Announcement of bid for governor.]
Reel
2019.003-169 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, March 28, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 13:56]
[Audio from film 2019.003-005.]
Reel
2019.003-006 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, about March 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 524 ft., running time: 14:35]
[Note: Film sent to KFDM, Beaumont, Texas.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-003 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, April 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 547 ft., running time: 15:00]
[Democratic primary. Letter to KRBC-TV, Abilene, Texas, included with film.]
Item
2019.003-003_letter Letter to KRBC-TV from Price Daniel campaign, April 21, 1956
Reel
2019.003-149 Interview. Price Daniel. Texas gubernatorial campaign, June 18, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 15:28]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-184 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. W. Lee O'Daniel, June 22, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 14:56]
[Note: Note sheet included with reel.]
[Democratic primary.]
Item
2019.003-184_note Note included with W. Lee O'Daniel Texas gubernatorial campaign audio, June 22, 1956
Reel
2019.003-004 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, June 26, 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 536 ft., running time: 14:39]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-159 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, June 26, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 16:53]
[Audio from film 2019.003-004.]
Reel
2019.003-181 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, June 26, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 14:46]
[Note: Marked #2.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-170 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, June 27, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 14:34]
[Note: Mailed from KNAF, Fredericksburg, Texas, to Price Daniel.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-180 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, June 27, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 14:55]
Reel
2019.003-147 Speech. Price Daniel. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956, July 13, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 32:25]
[Note: Broadcast on KTRE radio, Lufkin, Texas.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-179 Speech. Price Daniel. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956, July 13, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 14:55]
[Note: Broadcast from Palestine on the East Texas Network. Box marked "Deliver to: Mrs. Terrell Blodgett, Daniel Hdqs. – Austin (no script.)"]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-143 Speech. Price Daniel. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956, July 18, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 28:18]
[Note: Broadcast on KDOB-TV, Lubbock, Texas, July 18, 1956, from 10-10:30 pm.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-158 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign. Price Daniel, July 19, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 16:11]
[Note: Recorded in Dallas.]
[Democratic primary.]
Item
2019.003-015_transcript Speech transcript. Price Daniel. Texas gubernatorial campaign, July 19, 1956
[Note: The condition of this film prohibited digitization. Transcript was included with the film.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-145 Press Conference, July 22, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 34:38]
[Note: Broadcast on KPRC-TV and KXYZ radio, Houston, Texas, July 22, 1956 from 10-10:30 pm.]
[Democratic primary. Interview with W. Lee O'Daniel.]
Reel
2019.003-193 Yarborough July 27, 1956, July 27, 1956,
[1 instantaneous recording]
[Note: Unable to digitize - no transcript available.]
Reel
2019.003-194 Yarborough July 27, 1956, July 27, 1956,
[1 instantaneous recording]
[Note: Unable to digitize - no transcript available.]
Reel
2019.003-154a O'Daniel July 27th, July 27, 1956,
[1 instantaneous recording]
[Note: Unable to digitize this format - no transcript available.]
Reel
2019.003-154b O'Daniel July 27th, July 27, 1956,
[1 instantaneous recording]
[Note: Unable to digitize this format - no transcript available.]
Reel
2019.003-021 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 151 ft., running time: 3:30]
[Note: Coffman Film Company.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-028 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 13 ft., running time: 0:20]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-007 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 147 ft., running time: 3:30]
[Note: Coffman Film Company.]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-020 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, about July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 600 ft., running time: 14:11]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-098 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. J. Evetts Haley, print, about July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 45 ft., running time: 0:16]
[Democratic primary.]
Reel
2019.003-010 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, about July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 43 ft., running time: 0:59]
[Note: Coffman Film Company.]
[Democratic primary regarding "States' rights."]
Reel
2019.003-011 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, about July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 42 ft., running time: 1:02]
[Note: Coffman Film Company.]
[Democratic primary regarding "Right to work."]
Reel
2019.003-023 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, about July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 35 ft., running time: 0:57]
[Democratic primary regarding "Forced racial intermingling."]
Reel
2019.003-024 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, about July 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 42 ft., running time: 1:00]
[Note: Coffman Film Company.]
[Democratic primary regarding "Union bossism."]
Reel
2019.003-146 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, August 8, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 35:15]
[Note: Broadcast on KLTV and KGKB radio, Tyler, Texas on August 8, 1956 at 8:45 pm.]
[Democratic primary runoff. With Galloway Calhoun, Sr. From 17:30 is the radio show "It's a Crime, Mr. Collins."]
Reel
2019.003-144 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, August 24, 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 35:03]
[Note: Broadcast on KPRC, Houston, Texas.]
[Democratic primary runoff. With Jack Blalock.]
Reel
2019.003-183 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Ralph Yarborough, August 1956,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 13:38]
[Note: Broadcast on KRLD-TV, Dallas, August 23, 1956, from 9:15-9:30 pm.]
[Democratic primary runoff.]
Reel
2019.003-017 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, August 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 538 ft., running time: 14:47]
[Democratic primary runoff.]
Reel
2019.003-019 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, August 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 186 ft., running time: 4:57]
[Democratic primary runoff. The threat of outside organizations - The Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).]
Reel
2019.003-035 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel with Fess Parker, print, August 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, reversal film, 1,052 ft., running time: 27:45 ]
[Note: Film sent to WBAP, Fort Worth, Texas.]
[Democratic primary runoff. Appearances by Galloway Calhoun Sr., E.L. Jackson, John Moosberg, and Loraine Dudley.]
Reel
2019.003-041 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel, print, August 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 190 ft., running time: 5:30]
[Democratic primary runoff.]
Reel
2019.003-029 Texas Democratic party meetings and conventions. Unidentified meeting fragments, print, September 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound and silent, 495 ft., running time: 14:00]
[Includes reporting of the Democratic gubernatorial runoff results. Appearances by Al Gore Sr. and Lyndon B. Johnson.]
Reel
2019.003-108 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1956. Price Daniel with Fess Parker, print, November 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, reversal film, 1,051 ft., running time: 29:14]
[Note: Film sent to WBAP-TV, Fort Worth, Texas.]
Reel
2019.003-016 Speech. Al Gore Sr., Democratic Dinner, Wichita Falls, Texas, print, November 1, 1956,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 1,060 ft., running time: 22:10]
[Typed transcript included with film.]
Item
2019.003-016_transcript Speech transcript. Al Gore Sr., Democratic Dinner, Wichita Falls, November 1, 1956
1957-1959, Texas governor, first term
Reel
2019.003-246 Inaugural Prayer Breakfast. Price Daniel and Billy Graham, January 15, 1957,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 30:57]
[Note: Reel marked "Billy Graham Original 1/15/57."]
[Held at Driskill Hotel, Austin, Texas. Broadcast by KTBC-TV.]
Reel
2019.003-268 Inaugural Prayer Breakfast. Price Daniel and Billy Graham, January 15, 1957,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 33:13]
[Held at Driskill Hotel, Austin, Texas. Includes opening speakers not heard in the television broadcast.]
Reel
2019.003-121 Texas in Review - "Texas' new Governor," print, January 1957,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 175 ft., running time: 5:02]
Audio
2019.003-281 Price Daniel Spanish Political Talk (5-minutes), July 1957,
[1 instantaneous recording, 12 inch record]
[Note: 2 copies.]
[Lacquer disc. Side A: Cut 1; Side B: Cuts 1, 2, 3 Rotate.]
Audio
2019.003-274 Price Daniel 5-min Political Announcements, July 23, 1957,
[1 instantaneous recording, 12 inch record]
[Note: 4 copies.]
[Lacquer disc. Side A: Cut 1-July 23 (morning) Cut 2 - July 23 (noon); Side B: Cut 1-July 24 (morning) Cut 2 - July 24 (noon).]
Audio
2019.003-278 Price Daniel 5-min Political Announcements, July 23, 1957,
[1 instantaneous recording, 12 inch record]
[Note: 2 copies.]
[Lacquer disc. Side A: Cut 1 - July 23 (morning) Cut 2 - July 23 (noon); Cut 1 - July 24 (morning) Cut 2 - July 24 (noon).]
Audio
2019.003-277 Price Daniel 5-min Political Announcements, July 25, 1957,
[1 instantaneous recording, 12 inch record]
[Note: 4 copies.]
[Lacquer disc. Side A: Cut 1-July 25 (morning) Cut 2 - July 25 (noon); Side B: Cut 1-July 26 (morning) Cut 2 - July 26 (noon).]
Audio
2019.003-270 Price Daniel 5-min. Political Announcements., July 27, 1957,
[1 instantaneous recording, 10 inch record]
[Note: 4 copies.]
[Lacquer disc. Side A: Cut 1 - July 27th (morning); Side B: Cut 1 - July 27th (noon).]
Reel
2019.003-261 Interview. Judge Albert Trevino, 1957,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 16:49]
[Note: Mailed from Judge Albert Trevino to Price Daniel with note: "See our ltr of July 26 this program re juvenile delinquency."]
[Regarding juvenile delinquency in Bexar County. Blank tape after 5:40.]
Reel
2019.003-114 Dedication of KONO-TV, San Antonio. Governor Price Daniel, print, 1957,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound and silent, reversal film, 100 ft., running time: 2:59]
Reel
2019.003-115 Political program. "The Governor's Bible," print, 1957,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 125 ft., running time: 3:30]
Reel
2019.003-068 Political program. Members of the Special Subcommittee on Improvement of the Federal Criminal Code, print, 1957,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 525 ft., running time: 14:30]
Reel
2019.003-122 Texas in Review - "A Tour of the State Capitol," print, 1957,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 375 ft., running time: 10:29]
Reel
2019.003-243 It's Your Business, about 1957,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 13:58]
[Paul Manning interviews Price Daniel regarding decentralization of government, recorded at KFRO, Longview, Texas. Produced by National Association of Manufacturers.]
Reel
2019.003-120 Public service announcement. Statewide Campaign for Safety, print, about 1957,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 35 ft., running time: 0:56]
[Note: Sent to KRLD-TV, Dallas, Texas.]
[Fourth of July message.]
Reel
2019.003-134 Oil import study, Reel 1, February 25, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:03:39]
[Side A running time: 1:03:59. Side B running time: 59:41.]
Reel
2019.003-135 Oil import study, Reel 2, February 25, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:07:35]
[Side A running time: 1:04:26. Side B running time: 1:03:09.]
Reel
2019.003-136 Oil import study, Reel 3, February 26, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:06:45]
[Side A running time: 1:04:23. Side B running time: 1:02:22.]
Reel
2019.003-137 Oil imports, Reel 4, February 26, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 1:57:35]
[Side A running time: 1:04:26. Side B running time: 53:09.]
Reel
2019.003-138 Oil import study, Reel 5, February 26, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:04:58]
[Side A running time: 1:03:52. Side B running time: 1:01:06.]
Reel
2019.003-139 Oil import study, Reel 6, February 26, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 1:06:10]
[Side A running time: 1:03:51. Side B running time: 2:19.]
Reel
2019.003-167 Governor's Oil Import Study Commission, Reel 1, March 25, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:13:18]
[Held in Abilene, Texas. Side A running time: 1:36:39. Side B running time: 1:36:39.]
Reel
2019.003-164 Governor's Oil Import Study Commission, Reel 2, March 25, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 1:37:11]
[Held in Abilene, Texas. Content only in first 41 minutes of recording.]
Reel
2019.003-165 Governor's Oil Import Study Commission, Reel 3, March 25, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:13:10]
[Held in Abilene, Texas. Side A running time: 1:36:35. Side B running time: 1:36:35.]
Reel
2019.003-163 Governor's Oil Import Study Commission, 4th session, Reel 1, April 25, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 3:13:44]
[Held in Corpus Christi, Texas. Side A running time: 1:36:52. Side B running time: 1:36:52.]
Reel
2019.003-166 Governor's Oil Import Study Commission, 4th session, Reel 2, April 25, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:06:24]
[Held in Corpus Christi, Texas. Side A running time: 1:03:42; Side B running time: 1:36:42.]
Reel
2019.003-177 KXYZ Tape Record "Little School of the 400" Dedication Honoring Felix Tijerina, June 23, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 25:03]
[Note: Broadcast on KXYZ, Houston, Texas.]
[Sugarland, Texas.]
1958, Second Texas gubernatorial campaign
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2019.003-076 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1958. Price Daniel, print, July 1958,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound, reversal film, 19 ft., running time: 0:20]
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2019.003-123 Governor Price Daniel … for a second term, print, 1958,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 550 ft., running time: 14:44]
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2019.003-074 Unidentified Price Daniel fragments, print, 1958,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound and silent, 550 ft., running time: 15:15]
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2019.003-075 Unidentified fence sign fragments, print, 1958,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, reversal film, 105 ft., running time: 2:45]
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2019.003-084 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1958, Price Daniel, print, 1958,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound, reversal film, 535 ft., running time: 14:00]
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2019.003-182 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1958. Price Daniel, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 13:15]
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2019.003-185 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1958. Price Daniel, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 13:49]
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2019.003-186 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1958. Price Daniel, 1958,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 1:30]
[Two spots.]
1959-1961, Texas governor, second term
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2019.003-242 Speech. Louisiana Governor Earl K. Long, New Orleans, May 13, 1959,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 29:04]
[Note: Broadcast on WDSU, New Orleans.]
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2019.003-249 Speech. Governor Price Daniel. Start of the First Called Session of 56th Texas Legislature, May 18, 1959,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 28:43]
[Note: Occurred at 8:30 pm in the Texas House of Representatives. Mailed from WOAI-TV, San Antonio, Texas. Postmark May 21, 1959.]
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2019.003-189 Public Service Announcement. Drive safely during July 4th holiday. Governor Price Daniel, July 1959,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 0:52]
[Note: Mailing label from KURV, Edinburg, Texas. In a box with 2019.003-188 and 189.]
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2019.003-266 Interview. New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Phil Alampi, October 1959,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 8:12]
[Note: Broadcast February 6, 1960 on KPRC, Houston, Texas. Sent by George Roesner, Farm Director, KPRC-TV.]
[Interview by Floyd Mack of the Homelite Company regarding marketing farm products.]
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2019.003-073 The Honorable Adolfo Lopez Mateos President of the United Mexican States visits Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, Governor Price Daniel and the Lower Colorado River Authority, October 18-19, 1959, excerpts, print, October 1959,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, silent, reversal film, 700 ft., running time: 19:30]
[Color film.]
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2019.003-187 Public Service Announcement. Drive safely during Christmas holiday, December 1959,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 2:47]
[Note: Mailing label from KURV, Edinburg, Texas. In a box with 2019.003-188 and 189.]
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2019.003-188 Public Service Announcement. Donations for Gonzales Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital, 1959,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 0:33]
[Note: Mailing label from KURV, Edinburg, Texas. In a box with 2019.003-187 and 189.]
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2019.003-250 Press Conference, about 1959,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 31:17]
[Note: Broadcast on KTBC-TV, Austin, Texas.]
[Interview with Price Daniel.]
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2019.003-069 Interview. Governor Price Daniel, US Senator Spessard Holland, and Attorney General Jack Gremillion, print, 1960,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 562 ft., running time: 15:15]
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2019.003-141 Texas Business Review, about 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 14:10]
[Winston Bode interviews Price Daniel. "Texas Business Review" was a program of the School of Radio and Television at University of Texas.]
1960, Third Texas gubernatorial campaign
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2019.003-196_transcript Transcript of memos from J.J. Pickle to Price Daniel, March 30, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-197_transcript Transcript of memos from J.J. Pickle to Price Daniel, March 30, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-198a_b_transcript Transcript of statements and letters by J.J. Pickle, March 31, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-199a_b_transcript Transcript of memo from Jake Jacobsen, April 4, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-200_transcript Transcript of memos from J.J. Pickle to Price Daniel and letter by J.J. Pickle, April 4-5, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-201_transcript Transcript of memos from J.J. Pickle to Price Daniel and letters by J.J. Pickle, April 6, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-202_transcript Transcript of letters by Price Daniel, J.J. Pickle, and Jake Jacobsen, April 6, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-203a_b_transcript Transcript of memo to Price Daniel by J.J. Pickle and letter by Jake Jacobsen, April 7-8, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-204_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, Price Daniel, and Jake Jacobsen, April 8, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-205_transcript Cover sheet of co-manager letter, April 8, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-206_transcript Transcript of letters by Price Daniel and J.J. Pickle, April 11, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-207_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle and Jake Jacobsen, April 12, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-208_transcript Transcript of memo by J.J. Pickle to Price Daniel and letters by J.J. Pickle, April 13, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-209_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, April 14, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-210_transcript Transcript of letter by Jake Jacobsen, April 14, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-211_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, April 15, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-212_transcript Transcript of memo by J.J. Pickle to Price Daniel and letters by J.J. Pickle, April 18, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-213_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, April 18, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-214_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle and Jake Jacobsen, April 20, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-048 Report to the People of Texas, print, April 1960,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound, reversal film, 478 ft., running time: 14:00]
[Letters to KENS-TV, San Antonio, Texas included with this film.]
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2019.003-048_letter Letter to KENS-TV from the Price Daniel campaign, April 20, 1960
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2019.003-265 Report to the People of Texas, April 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 16:13]
[Audio from film 2019.003-48.]
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2019.003-044 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Price Daniel, print, April 1960,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, reversal film, 13 ft., running time: 0:10]
[Note: Film sent to numerous television stations in Texas.]
[Letters to KRBC-TV, Abilene, Texas and KGNS, Laredo, Texas included with copies of this film.]
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2019.003-046_letter Letter to KRBC-TV from Price Daniel campaign, April 21, 1956
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2019.003-047_letter Letter to KGNS-TV from Price Daniel campaign, April 23, 1956
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2019.003-215_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, April 21, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-216_transcript Transcript of letters by Price Daniel, J.J. Pickle, and Jake Jacobsen, April 21, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-217_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, Price Daniel, Jake Jacobsen, April 22, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-218_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle and Jake Jacobsen, April 26, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-219_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, April 27, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-220_transcript Transcript of memos and letters by J.J. Pickle, April 27, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-221_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle and Jake Jacobsen, April 28, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-222_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle and Jake Jacobsen, April 29, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-223_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, April 29, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-224_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle and Jake Jacobsen; letter between constituents, April 30, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-225_transcript Transcript of letters by Price Daniel, J.J. Pickle, and Jake Jacobsen, April 30, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-226a_b_transcript Transcript of letters by Price Daniel, J.J. Pickle, and Jake Jacobsen, April 30, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-103 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Richard Roll, Dave Smith, and Price Daniel, print, April 1960,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 1,100 ft., running time: 30:30]
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2019.003-132 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Price Daniel, about April 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 3:46]
[Democratic primary. Four spots.]
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2019.003-263 Political spots. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Price Daniel, about April 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 3:47]
[Democratic primary. Four spots. Very similar to #132.]
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2019.003-153 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Price Daniel, about April 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 16:14]
[Note: Six copies of this recording were present. This tape was mailed from KPDN, Pampa, Texas. Other copies came from KERV, Kerrville; KDSX, Denison; KGVL, Greenville.]
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2019.003-232_transcript Transcript of memos and letters by J.J. Pickle, May 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-227_transcript Transcript of letters by Price Daniel and J.J. Pickle, May 4, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-228_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle and Jake Jacobsen, May 5, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-229_transcript Transcript of letters by Price Daniel and J.J. Pickle; memo by J.J. Pickle to Price Daniel, May 11, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-230_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, May 12, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-231_transcript Transcript of memos to Price Daniel from J.J. Pickle, May 13, 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-168 Report This Week, May 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 32:21]
[Note: Memo included with recording. Mailed from KRLD, Dallas, to Price Daniel.]
[Interviews with Price Daniel and Jack Cox regarding the 1960 Texas gubernatorial Democratic primary.]
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2019.003-168_memo Memo included with Report This Weekrecording, May 1, 1960
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2019.003-172 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960, Price Daniel, May 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 29:25]
[Note: Mailed from Dr. J.M. McWhirter of Taylor, Texas. Included with the recording is a receipt and a memo.]
[Democratic primary.]
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2019.003-0172_receipt Receipt from KTAE included with Texas gubernatorial campaign audio, about May 1960
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2019.003-0172_memo Memo from Jake Jacobsen to all Price Daniel county managers, May 4, 1960
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2019.003-162 Radio commercials. Furr's Supermarket, Lamesa, Texas, about May 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 24:27]
[Note: Tape mailed from KPET, Lamesa, Texas.]
[Three commercials. Blank tape after 2:30.]
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2019.003-240 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Price Daniel, 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 1:01:30]
[Side A: Running time 30:42. Audio from film 2019.003-103. Side B: Running time 30:48. Program "Candidates Meeting" by the League of Women Voters regarding the San Antonio city council election.]
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2019.003-233_transcript Transcript of letters by J.J. Pickle, about 1960
[Note: Transcription of instantaneous recording from an Audograph disc.]
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2019.003-234 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Price Daniel, about 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 3:46]
[Democratic primary. Four spots. Very similar to 2019.003-132 and 2019.003-263.]
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2019.003-178 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Judge Fidencio Guerra for Price Daniel, 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 3:45]
[Spanish recording for the Democratic primary.]
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2019.003-255 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1960. Price Daniel, about 1960,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 4:27]
[Broadcast on WBAP, Dallas, Texas.]
1961-1963, Texas governor, third term
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2019.003-191 Parade of States, January 1961,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 5:16]
["Salute to Texas," produced by KMAR radio, Winnsboro, Louisiana.]
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2019.003-059 Press conference. Daniel Task Force for Tax Research, print, May 16, 1961,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 135 ft., running time: 3:40]
[Note: Film sent to KTBC-TV, Austin, Texas.]
[Radio script included with film.]
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2019.003-059_script Daniel Task Force for Tax Research press conference radio script, May 16, 1961
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2019.003-256 Interview. Governor Price Daniel, June 16, 1961,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 14:46]
[Recorded at KVET, Austin, Texas.]
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2019.003-171 Speech. Governor Price Daniel. Close of the 57th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, about June 1961,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 29:41]
[Note: Written on box: "Gov. Daniel Save for Cactus or Dan."]
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2019.003-244 Speech. Governor Price Daniel. Statewide report, August 24, 1961,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 29:09]
[Note: Broadcast August 24, 1961, from 7:30- 7:59 pm.]
[Broadcast on the Statewide Public Service Network. Recorded at KTBC-TV, Austin, Texas.]
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2019.003-142 Interview. Governor Price Daniel, 1961,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 19:56]
[Note: Broadcast on KSST, Sulphur Springs, Texas. Note on mailer: "See letter from Hon. William Bradford KSST, Sulphur Springs."]
[With William Bradford, President of Hopkins County Broadcasting Company.]
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2019.003-245 Interview. Governor Price Daniel, about 1961,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 16:18]
[Note: Bob Whitten interviews Price Daniel on KRLD-TV, Dallas, Texas.]
[Regarding sales tax.]
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2019.003-056 Public service announcement. Pioneer Amphitheater at Palo Duro Canyon, print, about 1961,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound, reversal film, 112 ft., running time: 3:04]
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2019.003-095 Jean Daniel at Palo Duro Canyon fragments, print, about 1961,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, reversal film, 52 ft., running time: 0:40]
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2019.003-055 Speech. Governor Daniel address to the 57th Texas Legislature. Need for special session, print, January 3, 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound, reversal film, 475 ft., running time: 14:03]
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2019.003-094 Washington's birthday parade in Laredo, Texas, fragments, print, February 24, 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, reversal film, 115 ft., running time: 2:45]
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2019.003-057 International Bridge Ceremony, Laredo, Texas fragments, print, February 24, 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, reversal film, 91 ft., running time: 2:00]
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2019.003-063 Price Daniel and Bob Johnson at Port Mansfield fragments, print, March 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, reversal film, 100 ft., running time: 3:20]
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2019.003-083 Alabama-Coushatta reservation and other East Texas locations fragments, negative, about 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, 464 ft., running time: 5:30]
[Includes footage of Bronson Cooper Sylestine.]
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2019.003-065 Alabama-Coushatta reservation fragments, print, about 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, silent, reversal film, 205 ft., running time: 5:37]
[Includes footage of Bronson Cooper Sylestine.]
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2019.003-097 Alabama-Coushatta reservation fragments, print, about 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, silent, reversal film, 211 ft., running time: 5:30]
[Includes footage of Bronson Cooper Sylestine.]
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2019.003-190 "Welcome Song to the Queen", March 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 4:08]
[Note: Note in box: "Recording sent by Mrs. Lilian Cumberworth, Rothesay Bay, Auckland, New Zealand."]
1962, Fourth Texas gubernatorial campaign
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2019.003-247 EAX Governor’s Candidates Press Conference, Part 1, February 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 59:59]
[Side A running time 31:59: Side B running time: 28:00. With Price Daniel, Jack Cox, Don Yarborough, and Will Wilson.]
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2019.003-248 EAX Governor's Candidates Press Conference, Part 2, February 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 32:07]
[With Price Daniel, Jack Cox, Don Yarborough, and Will Wilson.]
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2019.003-252 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962. Price Daniel, April 10, 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 32:01]
[With panel of Max Starkey, Ann Davis, and Joe Carrington. Air time paid for by Travis County Committee for Price Daniel. Program targeted at Austin and Central Texas. Partially duplicated in 2019.033-238.]
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2019.003-079 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962. Price Daniel, print, April 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound, 1,058 ft., running time: 26:20]
[Daniel introduced by Galloway Calhoun Sr. and appearance by Martin Dies.]
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2019.003-239 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962. Price Daniel, April 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 28:52]
[Audio from film 2019.003-079. Daniel introduced by Galloway Calhoun Sr. and Martin Dies.]
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2019.003-082 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962. Price Daniel, print, April 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, reversal film, 545 ft., running time: 14:30]
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2019.003-241 Speech. Price Daniel. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962, about April 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 29:55]
[In Tyler, Texas, with Galloway Callhoun Sr., Martin Dies, and George Hinson. Airtime paid for by Smith County for Price Daniel Committee.]
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2019.003-238 Speech. Price Daniel. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962, about April 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 3:02]
[Note: Note on reel: "Three minute Austin speech good for spots. 1962 campaign."]
[Fragment of 2019.003-252.]
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2019.003-058 Political spot. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962. Lee Lockwood for Price Daniel, print, about April 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), polyester, optical sound, reversal film, 107 ft., running time: 2:45]
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2019.003-090 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962. Price Daniel, print, about April 1962,
[1 videotape]
[Format is 2" Quadruplex videotape and not able to be digitized at this time.]
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2019.003-071 The True Story By Price Daniel, print, about 1962,
[1 motion picture (visual work), acetate, optical sound, 1,000 ft., running time: 27:45]
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2019.003-257 Political program. Texas gubernatorial campaign, 1962. John Connally, September 15, 1962,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 28:58]
[Note: Marked "Sept 15, 1962, John Connally's Campaign Speech."]
[Recorded in Fort Worth, Texas. Airtime paid for by the Connally for Governor Committee.]
1979-1988, Retirement
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2019.003-174 Political spot. Texas House of Representatives campaign, 1980. Price Daniel for Jim Turner, 1980,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 1:31]
Undated
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2019.003-176 Speech, undated,
[1 open reel audiotape, running time: 48:03]
[Audio quality is poor.]