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Overview

Agency History

Price Daniel Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Attorney General Price Daniel records, 1934-1987, undated, bulk 1947-1952,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Attorney-General's Office:

An Inventory of Attorney General Price Daniel Records at the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, Texas State Archives, 1934-1987, undated, bulk 1947-1952



Overview

Creator: Texas. Attorney-General's Office.
Title: Attorney General Price Daniel records
Dates: 1934-1987, undated
Dates (Bulk): bulk 1947-1952
Abstract: The Texas attorney general functions as the state's lawyer; issues legal opinions as requested by the governor, other state officials, and state agencies; and represents the state in litigation, among other duties. These records consist of correspondence, reports, briefs, subject files, publications, political campaign files, press releases, speeches, clippings, photographs, reference materials, and historical documents of Texas Attorney General Price Daniel (1949-1953). The records are dated 1934-1987, and undated, bulk 1947-1952. Terms expanded from two years to four years effective 1975 (Senate Joint Resolution, 62nd, Regular Session). Records dating after Daniel's tenure as attorney general were added later at Daniel's request. Records dating prior to 1934 are probably copies of historical materials gathered for the Tidelands case. Subjects include Attorney General Daniel's defense of state claims to the Tidelands; offshore oil reserves in the Gulf of Mexico; and the Sweatt v. Painter case, in which African American applicant Heman Marion Sweatt sued the University of Texas School of Law for racial discrimination upon its refusal to admit him.
TSLAC Control No.: TXSH0038
Quantity: 60.5 cubic ft.
Location: Please note that these records 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 written predominantly in English, with scattered French and Spanish throughout.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Agency History

The Office of Texas Attorney General was first established by executive ordinance in 1836. The attorneys general of the Republic of Texas were presidential appointees by act of the First Congress, October 6, 1836. The practice of executive appointment continued during the first years of statehood, but in 1850 the office became elective. In the Constitution of 1876, the attorney general is one of seven officers constituting the executive department of Texas state government.

As the chief legal officer of the state of Texas, the attorney general is charged by the Texas Constitution to defend the laws and the Constitution of the State of Texas, represent the State in litigation, and approve public bond issues. To fulfill these responsibilities, the Office of the Attorney General serves as legal counsel to all boards and agencies of state government; issues legal opinions when requested by the governor, heads of state agencies, and other officials and agencies as provided by Texas statutes; sits as an ex-officio member of state committees and commissions; and defends challenges to state laws and suits against both state agencies and individual employees of the State.

The Office of the Attorney General has taken on numerous other roles through the years. In addition to its constitutionally prescribed duties, the office files civil suits upon referral by other state agencies. In some circumstances, the attorney general has original jurisdiction to prosecute violations of the law, but in most cases, criminal prosecutions by the attorney general are initiated only upon the request of a local prosecutor. Although the attorney general is prohibited from offering legal advice to or representing private individuals, he serves and protects the rights of all citizens of Texas through the activities of the various divisions of the agencies. Actions that benefit all citizens of this state include enforcement of health, safety and consumer regulations; educational outreach programs; and protection of the rights of the elderly and disabled. The attorney general is also charged with the collection of court-ordered child support and the administration of the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund. The attorney general assists the secretary of state and the governor in extradition proceedings, approves the form of official papers, appears before grand juries in an informational capacity, initiates inquiries into suspected illegal activities, and prepares legal instruments for state agencies. The attorney general has regulatory or punitive civil powers over corporations and must protect charitable trusts through court action. Taxation and property are significant to the work of the office; the attorney general sues for recovery of taxes owed to the state of Texas and protects the public with respect to abandoned property that escheats to the state. In addition, the office acts against persons or corporations violating the state environmental protection laws or illegally extracting natural resources, enforces the state's antitrust laws, and prosecutes persons who mishandle state funds.

(Sources include: Dickson, James G. Jr., "Attorney General," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed November 28, 2018; and existing finding aids.)

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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 earned his law degree at Baylor and opened a law practice in Liberty, Texas.

During the next seven years, 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; they had four children. After serving three terms in the legislature, he was chosen as Speaker of the House in 1943. After serving one term as Speaker, 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 entered the race for attorney general and won the election in 1946. Running unopposed, he was reelected twice. His tenure as attorney general 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. The Tidelands case was the hallmark of his legal career. In 1952, Daniel was elected to the United States Senate. He sponsored a bill that would return the Tidelands ownership to Texas, and President Eisenhower signed it into law on May 22, 1953. He served as chairman of the senate's judiciary subcommittee and directed a nationwide narcotics probe that resulted in the most stringent narcotics regulation in the nation's history.

After four years as senator, Price Daniel returned home. He successfully ran for governor of Texas in 1956 and served in that office for three consecutive terms, from 1957 to 1963. During his tenure he successfully pushed through the legislature 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.

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 University and also College of Medicine, and on the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. He also served as legal counsel for the Alabama-Coushatta Indian tribe. 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.

(Source: Murph, Daniel, "Daniel, Marion Price, Sr.," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed November 28, 2018.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas attorney general functions as the state's lawyer; issues legal opinions as requested by the governor, other state officials, and state agencies; and represents the state in litigation, among other duties. These records consist of correspondence, reports, briefs, subject files, publications, political campaign files, press releases, speeches, clippings, photographs, reference materials, and historical documents of Texas Attorney General Price Daniel. The records are dated 1934-1987, and undated, bulk 1947-1952. Records dating after Daniel's term as attorney general were added later at Daniel's request. Records dating prior to 1934 are probably copies of historical materials gathered for the Tidelands case. Subjects include Attorney General Daniel's defense of state claims to the Tidelands; offshore oil reserves in the Gulf of Mexico; and the Sweatt v. Painter case, in which African American applicant Heman Marion Sweatt sued the University of Texas School of Law for racial discrimination upon its refusal to admit him.

This folder inventory is a transcription of the original box and folder titles. Rough, non-exclusive groupings by title and date were formed. Researchers are advised to review all the Price Daniel finding aids for subjects of interest. Inconsistent titles and dates are evident. Misidentifications and misfilings are possible.

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Arrangement of the Records

These records have been minimally processed. They are arranged roughly in the order received, with some reorganization by Sam Houston Center staff.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, attorney-client privilege (Texas Government Code, Section 552.107); agency memoranda (Texas Government Code, Section 552.111); home addresses, home phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees (Texas Government Code, Section 552.117); and common-law privacy (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552).

The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P.O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (openrecords@tsl.texas.gov), or by using our web form (https://www.tsl.texas.gov/publicinformationrequest). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Materials do not circulate but may be used in the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center reading room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives staff when reviewing photographic materials.

Some materials may be too large to photocopy. Please see Archives staff for assistance.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Daniel, Price.
Sweatt, Heman Marion, 1912-1982.
Corporate Names:
University of Texas at Austin. School of Law.
Subjects:
Attorneys general--Texas.
Submerged lands--Texas.
Petroleum in submerged lands--Texas.
Public lands--Texas.
Segregation in higher education--Texas.
Discrimination in education--Texas.
Political campaigns--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Politics and government.
Document Types:
Briefs (legal documents)--Texas.
Clippings (information artifacts)--Texas.
Correspondence--Texas.
Photographs--Texas.
Press releases--Texas.
Publications (documents)--Texas.
Reports--Texas.
Speeches (documents)--Texas.
Functions:
Enforcing laws.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives, State Records
Attorney General litigation files, 1880-1945, bulk 1902-1940, 89 cubic ft.
Attorney General litigation files, 1916-1986, 28.94 cubic ft.
Texas Attorney General's Office, Correspondence and subject files, 1850, 1870-1957, 189.12 cubic ft.
Texas Attorney General's Office, Court cases and investigations, 1880-1987, 762.13 cubic ft. [Restricted]
John Ben Shepperd speeches, 1953-1956, 0.71 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Allan Shivers records, 1937-1964, 1968, undated (bulk 1949-1956), 561 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Beauford H. Jester records, 1946-1949, 84 cubic ft.
Texas State Archives, Manuscript Collections
Chrys Dougherty Tidelands collection, undated, fractional
Humble Oil and Refining Company v. State of Texas legal brief, 1953, 1 volume
Inaugurations of Texas Governors papers, 1895-1965, 5 inches [There is no finding aid for these unprocessed papers. The call number is 2-23/902.]
Texas Democratic Executive Committee publications, 1961, fractional [Price Daniel's inaugural address.]
Sweatt v. Painter court records, 1946-1948, fractional [The Texas Attorney General retains its Sweatt v. Painter litigation case file. It is case number AG 7416.]
Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center
Elizabeth Stafford Hutchinson papers, 1941-1998, bulk 1952-1968, 0.5 cubic ft.
Margaret Legath papers, 1952, 1967-1969, 1981, bulk 1967-1969, 0.65 cubic ft.
Price Daniel papers as Director of the U.S. Office of Emergency Planning, 1955-1970, 18 cubic ft.
Price Daniel Papers as Special Assistant to the Texas Attorney General for the Texas v. Louisiana boundary case, 1969-1973, 2.75 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Price Daniel appointment files, 1947, 1957-1962, 29.85 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Price Daniel campaign files, 1950, 1956-1962, bulk 1956-1962, approximately 71 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Price Daniel general files, 1944-1945, 1954-1966, bulk 1957-1962, approximately 139 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Price Daniel records, 1944-1966, undated, bulk 1957-1962, approximately 466 cubic ft.
U.S. Senator Price Daniel papers, 1928, 1938-1939, 1942-1961, bulk 1952-1957, approximately 117 cubic ft.
Publications
Fielder, Betty Bean. "Price Daniel, Texas and Segregation." M.A. thesis, Lamar University, 1997.
Murph, Dan. Texas Giant: The Life of Price Daniel. With a foreword by President George Bush. Austin: Eakin Press, 2002.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Texas Attorney General Price Daniel records. Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1989.250, 1989.260

Price Daniel transferred his records as Attorney General of Texas to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission at the close of his administration as governor of Texas in 1963. The Texas State Library transferred these documents to the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center in 1977, and the records were formally accessioned on December 4, 1989. Jean Baldwin (Mrs. Price) Daniel donated the private papers of Price Daniel as attorney general to the Sam Houston Center on November 27, 1989.

Processing Information

Processed by Carrie Griffin, April 1993

Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by SDI Content Services, Inc., July 2003

Corrections and further encoding to TARO project standards by Carolyn Foster, February 2005

Description updated by Lisa Meisch, August 2006

DACS compliance update by Lisa Meisch, October 2017

EAD encoding and description edits by Tiffany Criswell, December 2018

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Detailed Description of the Records

Attorney General Price Daniel records, 1934-1987, undated, bulk 1947-1952,
approximately 60.5 cubic ft.

Various file folders (labeled by title, contents or subject):
Box
1989.250-1 Petroleum seeps
Ownership of minerals
Recognition of Texas by the United States
Miscellaneous research, Tidelands
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848
Texas Navy
Recognition of Texas by France
Recognition of Texas by the Netherlands
Recognition of Texas by Great Britain
Recognition of Texas by Belgium
Knowledge and recognition by United States officials
Insistence on 1836 boundaries by Texas officials
Unratified treaty of 1844
Annexation agreement, vacant lands
Annexation agreement, territory included
Annexation agreement, means for defense
Annexation agreement, meaning of equal footing
Annexation agreement, effect of equal footing
Miscellaneous papers regarding historical background
[2 folders]
International laws on seabed boundaries
Miscellaneous historical research
Tidelands expenses
Pre-annexation ownership
Galveston Bay lighthouse site
Grants to other states
Statement on federal claims
The Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves
[Manuscript.]
Tidelands resolution, Mississippi Valley Association
Galveston Bay
Texas boundaries
Refugio County, Aransas Bay
Various letters and opinions on Tidelands
Fort Crockett and Fort San Jacinto
Cession, Austin arsenal
Cession, Houston arsenal
Cession, custom houses, forts, other public edifices
Cession, unnamed letters
Cession, unnamed letters, Navy Department
Cession, letters, Treasury Department
Cession, unnamed letters, Army Department
Cession, unnamed letters, transfer of property
Cession, copies of historic documents
Subsequent construction of 1845 annexation agreement, general
United States v. Texas, Memorandum on Fact, miscellaneous correspondence
Reports to the Senate, 33rd Congress, 1849-1850
Land for U.S. military posts in Texas
Deeds of cession, State of Texas to the United States for military posts
Box
1989.250-2 Ownership of land to be used for United States military posts
Annexation agreement exhibits, 1953
[2 folders]
Material submitted by Kate Stewart, Library of Congress
[2 folders]
Early letters regarding cession of land to be used for public purpose, to the U.S.
State v. Jadwin (I), east tip of Galveston, intended lighthouse
[2 folders]
Lighthouses
Explanation of attached bill on submerged lands - Gossett-McCarran
[Includes House Resolution 180, Senate Bill 1545.]
Tidelands cartoons
Coastal state boundaries
Continental shelf
Tidelands rentals and expenditures
External sovereignty and inherent powers
Geophysical operations, list of companies and number of days, performed on state ownership of submerged lands
Inland states
Inland waters
International law experts
Gulf Coast map, Sabine River to Rio Grande River, 1948
Box
1989.250-3 Tidelands memos on law
Draft of "legislation" Tidelands
Legislation
Tidelands mailing and address list
Mineral ownership
Opinions of U.S. attorneys general
Manuscript, memorandum on rights involved in United States v. Texas
Booklet, memorandum, United States v. Texas - preliminary issues
Interior Department opinions
Lists of patents and Aransas life saving station
El Paso County
East end for Galveston for life saving station
Fortification cessions
Galveston waterway
Pelican Spit - Galveston Bay
Lighthouse, Matagorda Island
Mustang Island lighthouse
San Antonio post office
Submarine land, Laguna Madre
Deed of cession, Fort Crockett
Santa Margarita water rights
Tidelands speeches
[2 folders]
Tidelands, admissibility of evidence
Tidelands bibliography by William Kennedy
Saturday Evening Post article
[Manuscript.]
South Texas Press Association resolution
Submerged lands resolution, National Association of Attorneys General Annual Meeting, St. Paul, Miami, Seattle, 1949, 1950, 1953
Times-Picayune, New Orleans (Healy-Krebs)
West Texas Chamber of Commerce - James F. Melton, Manager
Tidelands voting record
War Department
Miscellaneous Tidelands material from desk of Price Daniel
Tom Connally, State Department material
[2 folders]
Resolutions, state legislature
Tidelands, Texas State Teachers (Association)
Tidelands resolution
[2 folders]
Tidelands news releases, press
Curtis Morris
Tidelands, Sam Rayburn
The Reporter, February 19, 1952
[Includes article, "Tom Connally's Last Battle?," pertaining to U.S. Senate race between Connally and Price Daniel.]
Box
1989.250-4 Tidelands speeches
Tidelands, Continental shelf
[2 folders]
Press release, Tidelands brief, United States v. Texas, February 21, 1950
Tidelands, School Land Board resolutions
Tidelands
Texas Property Defense Association
Statewide Tidelands committee
Information on Supreme Court members
Tidelands story
Texas delegation
Political platforms, Tidelands
History and background on Tidelands, divided by years
[7 folders]:
1586-1818
1819-1852
1853-1912
1913-1937
1938-1951
1952
1953-1957
Submerged lands legislation, brief in support of state ownership
[Supporting source material prepared for Governor Adlai Stevenson by Price Daniel.]
Memoranda pertaining to lands beneath tidewaters and navigable waters within boundaries of the separate states
Texas chronology from 1836-1844
Texas chronology from 1844-1850
Tidelands, "Confidential Brief"
Box
1989.250-5 The annexation agreement between the United States and Texas Tidelands
Tidelands
The Tidelands decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, Beauford Jester
C.C.G. Spotlight (Committee for Constitutional Government), "Federal Versus States' Rights in the Tidelands Cases"
Tidelands States Rights
Every State has Submerged Lands
[Also includes printer's layout.]
Texas Tidelands - A Handbook
These Men Believed
Tidelands Oil, Big Values, Unknown Risk… A Challenge in Specialty Insurance
Three Leagues from Land, Price Daniel
Twenty Facts Every Congressman Should Know About Federal Confiscation of State Land
Submerged lands exhibits
Letters regarding Continental shelf, J.W. Miller
Comments on final passage of Senate Joint Resolution 13, Price Daniel
Correspondence regarding Every State Has Submerged Lands
Tidelands resolutions
Tidelands, Texas State Teachers, Correspondence and resolutions
Texas Tidelands, Heritage of Texas Public Schools
Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers, Tidelands resolutions
Tidelands article, July 10, 1954
Confidential, Texas governor's race
Tidelands, correspondence, 1955
Tidelands, correspondence, California
Tidelands April 1948 (maps), 1955-1956
[Includes correspondence, Price Daniel and Dennis Wallace; copies of Senator Holland's comments; correspondence, Rudder and Price Daniel; and four maps: Texas Gulf Coast, from the Sabine River to the Rio Grande as Subdivided for Mineral Development, parts 1-4, Texas General Land Office.]
Senator Daniel statement on Tidelands decision
Tidelands statements, correspondence, House Bill 552
Dawson Duncan statements on Tidelands
(Texas) General Land Office, lease statistics, October 31, 1957
Tidelands message by Price Daniel to Joint Session 55th Legislature, November 2, 1957
Tidelands press memoranda and additional background
Responses from governors
[2 folders]
General miscellaneous comments regarding Tidelands
International Law Commission and statements from nine countries
Submerged land bill - development of amendments
Robert Moses testimony
Tidelands, various statements, clippings, etc.
Miscellaneous statements and memos
Correspondence regarding Naval petroleum reserves numbers 2 and 3
Box
1989.250-6 Signed copy of Public Law 31, House Resolution 4198, Submerged Lands Act
Statements (I) memoranda, Price Daniel
Material on Senate Joint Resolution 13
Submerged lands bill 294
Correspondence including comments to Hugh Butler from L. Rankin
Should Tidelands Oil be Returned to the States?
Speech by Price Daniel from Senate floor regarding submerged lands
Copies of agreed stipulation between U.S. and California
State submerged lands exhibit
[Two copies.]
Price Daniel press statement regarding submerged lands bill, January 9, 1953
Federal Government Biggest Absentee Landlord
Letter to Hugh Butler from Frank Grinnell, March 2, 1953
Proposed transfer of Naval petroleum reserves, Department of Interior
Miscellaneous maps, photos, etc. on submerged lands
Congressional Record, April 13-25, 1953
Urgent Message to Coastal State Officials, Hall Hammond, Attorney General of Maryland
[Pertains to Senate Bill 923.]
Record of vote on House Joint Resolution 225 and House Resolution 5992
Information on marginal sea
Hearings and reports, 83rd Congress, 1st Session
Tidelands, Alabama
Tidelands resolutions
Continental shelf, 1953
Tidelands hearings, 1953
Tidelands, February 24, 1953-July 29, 1953
Tidelands, correspondence, 1953
Preliminary bill, 83rd Congress
Congressional Record, July 16, 1954
Statements before Interior and Insular Committee on Senate Joint Resolution 13
[folder 1 of 3]
[Includes statements by Ralph Newman, Office of the Attorney General Tom Clark; John J. Real, Manager Fisherman's Cooperative Association; California; Memorandum - District Attorney L.H. Perez, Plaquemine Parish, Louisiana; J.T. Sanders, Legislative Counsel for the National Grange; Burton K. Wheeler; Ralph Yarborough; James J. Cosgrove, Continental Oil Company; Robert B. Anderson, Secretary of Navy; William W. Porter II, Consulting Geologist, Los Angeles, California; Phillip B. Pearlman; Estes Kefauver, Senator from Tennessee; Clinton P. Anderson, Senator from New Mexico; James E. Murray, Senator from Montana.]
Statements before Interior and Insular Committee on Senate Joint Resolution 13
[folder 2 of 3]
[Includes statements by Angus McDonald, National Farmers Union; W.D. Johnson, Vice President, Order of Railway Conductors; Donald Montgomery, UAW-CIO; Wallace J. Campbell, Cooperative League of USA; Constantine N. Perkins, Department of City Attorney - Los Angeles, CA; Clayton L. Orn, Legal Department, Ohio Oil Company, Texas Division; George D. Riley, American Federation of Labor; Senator Daniel's Exhibit A - Setting Aside Submerged Land; Harold R. Fatzer, President National Association of Attorneys General; Frank G. Millard, Attorney General, State of Michigan; Roy H. Beeler, Attorney General, State of Tennessee; Nathaniel B. Birdwell, National Water Conservation Conference; Fred S. LeBlanc, Attorney General, State of Louisiana; and Harold F. Clark, Professor of Education Economics, Columbia University.]
Statements before Interior and Insular Committee on Senate Joint Resolution 13
[folder 3 of 3]
[Includes statements by Price Daniel, Senator, State of Texas; Lister Hill, Senator; Spessard L. Holland, Senator, State of Florida; Jack B. Tate, Deputy Legal Advisor, Department of State; Oscar L. Chapman; Attorney General Brownell; Testimony regarding off shore lands; Allen J. Ellender, Senator, State of Louisiana; Suzanna Davis, Public Director of Americans for Democratic Action; George Nelson, International Association of Machinists, AFL; Maywood Boggs, Railway Labor Executives Association; Julia D. Bennett, American Library Association; Samuel R. Levering, Friends Committee on National Legislation; O.A. Knight, Congress of Industrial Organizations; E.W. Rising, National Water Conservation Conference; John J. Gunther, Americans for Democratic Action, Legislative Representative; M.D. Mobley, Executive Secretary, American Vocational Association; John W. Edelman, Textile Workers Union of America, CIO; Robert Moses, City Planning Commission, City of New York.]
Press memorandum and statement, April 21, 1958, February 4, 1959
Statement on introduction of Submerged Lands Bill
Tidelands material for Governors from John Goldsum
Tidelands
Tidelands bill, work copies
United States of America v. State of Texas, Brief for the United States in Support of Motion for Judgment, Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, about 1949
Work copy of Supreme Court brief, United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida
[3 folders]
Box
1989.250-7 First argument – Tidelands
Intra-office memo, J. Goldsum to Price Daniel
Tidelands, regarding Geneva Conference
Tidelands, U.S.-Texas boundary
Conference on Law of the Sea
Correspondence regarding joint hearings on Tidelands, 1948-1959
Correspondence regarding Tidelands, 1958
Tidelands Special Committee, 1959
Price Daniel notes on Tidelands
Tidelands map, boundary suit, 1959
Report from John Goldsum
Robles book
Press releases and speeches
Three league boundary
Tidelands defense
Tidelands correspondence and notes, 1957
Tidelands correspondence and notes, 1958
Tidelands 2
Tidelands, 4th draft, common brief
Tidelands hearings
Tidelands correspondence and notes
Tidelands correspondence, 1959-1960
Box
1989.250-8 Tidelands, island and mud flats
Excerpts from Washington Post, Evening Star, etc., 1953
Tidelands correspondence and opinions
United Nations Conference on Law of the Sea
Tidelands correspondence and memorandum
Notes on Law of the Sea
Correspondence, etc. regarding Law of the Sea
Tidelands
[Includes draft of Summary of Argument; TIPRO Reporter, August 1961.]
Three Leagues from Land, Price Daniel
Exhibits, Robert Moses, to Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
Ernestine Adams, "Oil in Troubled Waters," The Petroleum Engineer
T.C. Andrews correspondence
Mabel Baldwin correspondence regarding Tidelands project at Southern Methodist University
[Includes copy of Baldwin's project material.]
Wendell Bedichek correspondence
Robert Lee Bobbitt, special Tidelands committee
[3 folders]
David Botter correspondence
Jack Brooks correspondence
John W. Carpenter, Dallas Chamber of Commerce
Herbert Cartwright, Mayor of Galveston
Magdalene Charlton correspondence
Tom Clark, Supreme Court, news clippings
Hon. J.M. Combs, magistrate court, correspondence
Tom Connally, State Department material
Charles Dickson correspondence
Speech file, clippings
Allen Duckworth, Dallas Morning News
Eisenhower speech, October 14, 1952
"Ma" (Miriam) Ferguson, Austin
Hon. Frank Feuille
Bascom Giles
Ed Gossett
Lucille Mae Grace
Bell, Gully and Company, Wellington, NY
Hall Hammond, St. Paul speech, "Ownership of Submerged Lands"
Brooks L. Harman
Weldon Hart
Sam Hobbs brief
Hofmokel, TPDA (Texas Property Defense Association) correspondence
Miss Ima Hogg
Manley O. Hudson
Charles Cheney Hyde
Harold Ickes
Guy C. Jackson, TPDA correspondence
Lyndon B. Johnson
Walter Johnson
Ed Kilman
Box
1989.250-9 George Kirksey, correspondence and clippings
[2 folders]
Bill Kittrell
Arthur Krock, The New York Times
KRUG, news clippings
Lynn W. Landrum
Ray Leeman, South Texas Chamber of Commerce
Durwood Manford, correspondence, TPDA (Texas Property Defense Association)
D.K. Martin
John D. McCall
Howard McGrath
Manuscript of law review article by Professor Moore
Peter Molyneaux
Hon. James William Moore
Wright Morrow
Statements by Robert Moses, New York Times
O'Mahoney correspondence and press release
Clayton L. Orn
Drew Pearson
Philip B. Perlman
Edward M. Pooley
Texas Tidelands from Ben Rice
Governor Allan Shivers
Hon. Adlai Stevenson
[2 folders]
Hon. M.H. Stougaard
President Truman
R.A. Wheeler
M.K. Weitzel, TPDA
[2 folders]
League of Texas Municipalities resolution
Tidelands manuscript regarding Bill 1901
[3 folders]
Submerged lands, manuscripts and statements
Radio broadcasts
Replies to propaganda against Senate Joint Resolution 13
Senate debate on Senate Joint Resolution 13
House debate on Senate Joint Resolution 13
Exhibit A, Galveston map showing boundaries, 1891
Galveston beaches
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
Box
1989.250-10 Offshore exploration
Senate proceedings
[Includes Senate Joint Resolution 13, Senate Bill 105, Senate Bill 294, Senate Joint Resolution 18.]
Proposed amendments to Senate Bill 1901
Press releases, January-May 1953
Brief of Submerged Lands controversy
Senator Daniel's statement before Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee
Speech against Senate Joint Resolution 13 by Senator Lister Hill in the U.S. Senate
This Can Happen to Any State, (California Attorney General) Fred N. Howser, 1947
U.S. News and World Report, May 22, 1953
Material on Tidelands book for Congress
"Recent Developments With Respect to the Continental Shelf," reprint from The American Journal of International Law, vol. 42, no. 4, October 1948
Tidelands: States Rights
[Two copies.]
Time For Action: Constitutional Government vs. Conglomeration
"Offshore Operations: Louisiana, Texas, California," reprint from World Petroleum, November 1954
Offshore Drilling Operations in the Gulf of Mexico
Big Business in a Competitive Society
The Cost of an Offshore Well in the Gulf of Mexico
Extracts from Petroleum Facts and Figures, American Petroleum Institute, 1952
State Sovereignty v. National Sovereignty Prior to 1789, C. Perry Patterson
Potential Oil and Gas Reserves of the Continental Shelf Off the Coasts of Louisiana, Texas, and California, February 16, 1953
Memorandum on the Matter of the Acquisition by the National Forest Reservation Commission of Lands in the State of Mississippi
Offshore drilling operations
State information regarding resources and submerged lands
Report of the Committee on Coastal Waters and Appurtenant Subsoil
The Juridical Status of the Continental Shelf
State Sovereignty in the Navigable Air Space
Cartography in the Submerged Lands Oil Cases
Congressional Record, 80th Congress, April 1948
Congressional Digest, October 1948
Marquette Law Review, May 1948
[Includes article on the Tidelands.]
Background Memorandum on the Law of the Sea
Final Report of the United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, 1958
[Two copies.]
Congressional Digest
Texas Parade, March 1955
[Includes article on the Tidelands.]
Leasing and Operating Regulations, U.S. Department of Interior
Marine Drilling Platforms
Characteristics of Submerged Lands, State Lands Division, State of California
Our Public Lands, April 1954
Oil Land Leasing Act of 1920, House reprint, 82nd Congress, July 1961
Federal Power Commission Laws and Hydroelectric Power Development Laws, 1941
Sovereignty and Ownership in the Marginal Sea, Price Daniel
Specific Separability and Scrip Applications for Submerged Lands
True Reasons Why Governors of 44 States… and Others Favor State Ownership of Submerged Lands
Tidelands speech for radio, 1951
The American Association of Port Authorities
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1989.250-11 Statement of Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, and others on Tidelands bills
Congressional Record, 82nd Congress, 2nd session, March 12, 1951
Confidential brief on Texas' three league boundary
Price Daniel, Tidelands
[Note: Papers found loose in box.]
Correspondence, 1951
[2 folders]
Joint memorandum in support of rehearing in United States v. Texas
Department of Interior
Interior and Insular Affairs (Committee)
National Association of Attorneys General
Tidelands, Federal Lease Application
State Bar of Texas
The Texas Club Woman
Tidelands, correspondence and manuscript drafts
Tidelands speeches, 1951
General information and local agency directory
[Includes stun list, form letters, and correspondence.]
Governor Daniel working papers, Tidelands
Tidelands case, Supreme Court justices' opinions
Congressional Record, correspondence, and other "to read" items
Federal aid
Texas water conservation meeting in San Antonio, 1952
Tidelands material requested, correspondence
Congressional Record, 1950-1951
"Keep the Tidelands" Association, Midland
Tidelands, fisheries
Statements on Tidelands, Spessard Holland speech, 1953
Tidelands, 1952
[Includes Price Daniel speech and statement before Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, maps, etc.]
Resolution, annexation
Tidelands, general
Tidelands correspondence, October 1952
House Resolution 4484
"Preserve the Tidelands," Houston Magazine
Interior Department Secretary Chapman
Committee for Constitutional Government
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1989.250-12 Interim Bill
Complaint, Dickson v. Tom Clark
Every State Has Submerged Lands, Price Daniel speech, 1951
Fallbrook case
Dallas News
Compromise correspondence, Tidelands
Tidelands files, by state:
Georgia
Iowa
Kansas
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Washington, state of
Washington, D.C.
Wisconsin
House Resolution 58 and House Resolution 1230
Price Daniel speech, "Tidelands and the General Election," Dallas, Texas, and press memo from Bascom Giles, General Land Office, September 1, 1952
Constitutional annexation and ordinance
Tidelands, 1951
Tidelands, to read correspondence
Senate Joint Resolution 20
Decisions of the Department of Interior in cases relating to public lands
Reports, submerged lands
Texas annexation bill
Debates and Senate reports, 1952
Tidelands correspondence, 1952
[6 folders]
Tidelands, requests for information, 1952
Accounting
Title 43, Section 141
Title III, continental shelf
Bills, 83rd Congress, 1st session
Tidelands, three league boundary
[5 folders]
Correspondence files from the following states:
Arkansas
Arizona
Alabama
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Indiana
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
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1989.250-13 Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Mississippi
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Senate debate on Tidelands bill and Tom Connally statement regarding House Joint Resolution 176 and House Joint Resolution 181
News release, TPDA (Texas Property Defense Association)
Minutes, by-laws, resolutions, TPDA
Miscellaneous letters and lists, TPDA
Proposed programs, TPDA
Tidelands correspondence, congratulations and best wishes
American Legion resolution meeting in Galveston, May 1951
Tidelands correspondence, clippings, etc., 1952
Tidelands correspondence, clippings, etc., 1954-1958
Tidelands correspondence, clippings, speeches, etc., 1950-1958
[4 folders]
"Oil on the Shelf," Barron's National Business and Financial Weekly, October 15, 1951
Washington contacts
Tidelands, Republican activity
Tidelands suit
Veterans Land Board
School Land Board
Box
1989.250-14 Tidelands bills pending
State Bar, taxation letters
Continental Shelf
"State Ownership of Submerged Coastal Lands," argument of Attorney General Price Daniel of Texas, United States of America v. State of California, in the Supreme Court of the United States
Tidelands material
Reclamation state letters, 1947
Tidelands, general
[2 folders]
Tidelands, Texas delegation
Tidelands case
Tidelands future project
Tidelands, current
Tidelands clippings, 1950-1951
Tidelands, 1951
Tidelands, "Price Daniel and the Tidelands Controversy," David Murph, March 2, 1978
[empty folder]
Tidelands
(Heman Marion) Sweatt/Tidelands clippings
Tidelands articles
Tidelands, 1971-1972, 1986-1987
Tidelands
Tidelands letters, speeches, clippings, 1948
President of the United States
Press release
United States v. California
United States v. Texas, new brief
Federal lease applicants
Redraft of resolution
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1989.250-15 Washington folder including correspondence and clippings regarding Tidelands, about 1949
Washington office, contacts, Tidelands
State Bar of Texas campaign correspondence
[2 folders]
General Land Office
Veterans land program, 1952
Veterans Land Board
[3 folders]
School Land Board
United States v. Texas, Motion for Leave to File Complaint and Complaint
[Marked-up copy.]
Supreme Court, Tidelands suit
Tidelands, general correspondence, 1949
Federal fishing claims, fisheries
State Lands Commission, California
California
[2 folders]
National Association of Attorneys General Convention, 1949
Working papers, Tidelands resolutions, etc.
Resolution, legislature, 1949
Correspondence regarding editorials
Opinions from the Supreme Court of the United States
Precedents concerning Texas Special Claim
Activities of the Texas Navy
Correspondence, clippings, etc., 1949
Box
1989.250-16 Tidelands statements, speeches
Memorandum on rights involved in United States v. Texas
Messages, Hall Hammond, Attorney General of Maryland, regarding Tidelands
Tidelands bill veto, May 29, 1952
Speeches, testimonies, statements and articles regarding Tidelands
Correspondence proposing compromise
[2 folders]
State Department press releases and news clippings
State Bar of Texas, Tidelands correspondence
[2 folders]
Legislative correspondence, 1949
[2 folders]
Correspondence, Great Lakes
United States v. Texas argument
Newspapers and magazine lists, editors of the United States
(Texas) Federation of Women's Clubs
Governors list
Tidelands brief, last decision, correspondence
Tidelands brief, correspondence
O'Mahoney bill
Report on Tidelands Decision, June 20, 1950
Supreme Court, telegrams and news clippings
National Association of Attorneys General
Resolutions
Tidelands, miscellaneous
House Bill 41
Tidelands decision, correspondence
Amicus curiae, United States v. Texas
Correspondence, statements
State Bar meeting, Tidelands speech
Admiral Nimitz of the Texas Navy, Washington Day Dinner
Facts and figures regarding California coastline
Tidelands correspondence, 1957
Attorney General's office, employee files, about 1944-about 1952:
Box
1989.250-17 Loyalty oath (A-M)
Box
1989.250-18 Loyalty oath (N-Z)
Box
1989.250-19 Applications for employment in the Attorney General's Office (A-Z)
Publications, 1934-1970, undated:
[The bulk of the publications pertain to the Tidelands case.]
Box
1989.250-18 "The Legal Status of Submarine Areas Beneath the High Seas," Richard Young, reprint from The American Journal of International Law, April 1951
"The Submerged Land Cases," John Hanna, reprint from Symposium on the Texas "Tidelands" Case, Baylor Law Review, 1951
"The Conduct of the Litigation in United States v. Texas," Ireland Graves, reprint from Symposium on the Texas "Tidelands" Case, Baylor Law Review, 1951
"Submerged and Reclaimed Lands - Where Are We and Where Do We Go From Here?" address of Hall Hammond, Attorney General of Maryland before the American Association of Port Authorities, October 1951
"Critique on the Texas Tidelands Case," Roscoe Pound, reprint from Symposium on the Texas "Tidelands" Case, Baylor Law Review, 1951
"Problems of the Continental Shelf," reprinted from Revue Egyptienne de Droit International, 1950
"The Congress and International Law," Price Daniel, reprint from Proceedings of the American Society of International Law, 1953
Senator Price Daniel speech on submerged lands delivered on the floor of the Senate of the United States, about 1953-1956
"Every State Has Submerged Lands," speech by Price Daniel, delivered before Texas Congressional Dinner in Washington, D.C., April 30, 1951
The Baylor Line, May 1953
[Includes article on the Price Daniel family.]
Recueil des Arrets, Avis Consultantifs et Ordonnances, Affaire des Pecheries (Reports of Judgments, Advisory Opinions and Orders, Fisheries Case), 1951
[Written in French and English.]
Statement by Harold R. Fatzer, Attorney General of Kansas, before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, February 16, 1953
Titles To Lands Beneath Navigable Waters, reprint of the Report of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on Senate Bill 1988, Washington, D.C., 1951
Claimed Authority For Seizure and Lease of Certain Submerged Lands Under the Federal Property Act, hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate, June 12, 1952
Tidelands States Rights for Editors, March 1952
Every State Has Submerged Lands: True Reasons Why Congressional Action Confirming State Ownership of Submerged Lands (House Resolution 4484) is Favored by The Council of State Governments…, about 1947-1952
The Oil Forum, November 1953
[Includes article on Tidelands lawsuits by Texas Attorney General John Ben Shepperd.]
"Phillips and the Natural Gas Act," Bradford Ross and Bernard A. Foster, Jr., reprint from the Symposium on the Regulation of Natural Gas, Summer 1954
"The Cost of an Offshore Well In the Gulf of Mexico," reprinted from The Pure Oil News, February 1952
Quick News Weekly, February 23, 1953
[Includes statements on state and federal Tidelands ownership by Senators Price Daniel and Hubert Humphrey, pages 18 and 19.]
The NUEA Discussion and Debate Manual, 1953-1954, Selecting the President, edited by Bower Aly, 1953
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1989.250-21 Report of the Joint Legislative Committee on Interstate Cooperation, 1952
Heman Marion Sweatt v. Theophilus Shickel Painter, et al., Brief of the States of Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia, Amici Curiae in Support of Respondents, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949-1950
"The Congress and International Law: The Treaty-Making Power and the Continental Shelf," by the Honorable Price Daniel, reprinted from Proceedings of the American Society of International Law, 1953
[Two copies.]
Senate Joint Resolution 20, Joint Resolution to Provide for the Continuation of Operations under Certain Mineral Leases Issued by the Respective States Covering Submerged Lands of the Continental Shelf, to Encourage the Continued Development of Such Leases, to Provide for the Protection of the Interests of the United States in the Oil and Gas Deposits of Said Lands, and for Other Purposes, In the Senate of the United States, 82nd Congress, 2nd session, January 18, 1951
Senate Bill 940, A Bill to Confirm and Establish the Title of the States to Lands Beneath Navigable Waters Within State Boundaries and Natural Resources Within Such Lands and Waters and to Provide for the Use and Control of Said Lands and Resources, In the Senate of the United States, 82nd Congress, 1st session, February 21, 1951
Senate Bill 1988, A Bill to Confirm and Establish the Titles of the States to Lands and Resources in and Beneath Navigable Waters Within State Boundaries and to Provide for the Use and Control of Said Lands and Resources, In the Senate of the United States, 80th Congress, 2nd session, January 16, 1948
House Bill 4484, A Bill to Confirm and Establish the Titles of the States to Lands Beneath Navigable Waters Within State Boundaries and to the Natural Resources Within Such Lands and Waters, to Provide for the Use and Control of Said Lands and Resources, and to Provide for the Use, Control, Exploration, Development, and Conservation of Certain Resources of the Continental Shelf Lying Outside of State Boundaries, In the House of Representatives, 82nd Congress, 1st session, June 15, 1951
[Two copies; one copy has edits/changes.]
Memorandum Brief: Rights and Remedies of the State in Connection with Excesses, by Lonny F. Zwiener, undated
Our Vanishing Shoreline: The Shoreline, The Survey, The Areas, report by the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, undated
Deep Water: The Speed Queen, New York: The New York Marine News Co., Inc., 1952
Proceedings and Committee Reports of the American Branch of the International Law Association, New York, 1952
Yearbook, 1940
[Daily calendar of Price Daniel with some handwritten entries.]
Texas Legislative Manual, 46th and 47th Legislatures, 1939
Texas Legislative Manual, 46th Legislature, 1939
The State of Texas or the State of Taxes? by Byron C. Utecht, San Antonio: The Naylor Company, 1949
Laws and Regulations on the Regime of the High Seas, Vol. II: Laws Relating to Jurisdiction over Crimes Committed Abroad or on the High Seas, New York: United Nations, 1952
Texas Election Laws, Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, 1952
Baylor Law Review, Vol. I, No. 3, Winter 1949
[Includes article, "Texas' Title to Submerged Lands," Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas.]
The Work of the United States Supreme Court for the Current Term, 1948-1949, Harold L. Reeve
Heman Marion Sweatt v. Theophilus Shickel Painter, et al., Brief for Respondents, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
[Two copies.]
Directory of Members of the Judge Advocates Association, July 1953
Survey of International Law in Relation to the Work of Codification of the International Law Commission: Preparatory Work Within the Purview of Article 18, Paragraph 1 of the Statute of the International Law Commission, Lake Success, New York: United Nations-General Assembly International Law Commission, 1949
Rules to Prevent Collisions of Vessels and Pilot Rules for Certain Inland Waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts and of the Coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Treasury Department, United States Coast Guard, August 1, 1949
National Association of Attorneys General Conference Proceedings, 1946-1949, 1951-1952
[6 volumes]
Sam Houston Jones, Governor, State of Louisiana 1940-1944: A Brief Biographical Sketch, by Roland Cocreham, about 1970
Highway Administration in Texas, by Frank M. Stewart, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1934
Police and Allied Powers of Municipalities in Texas, by Stuart A. MacCorkle, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1938
Municipal Police Administration in Texas, by R. Weldon Cooper, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1938
Democratic National Convention Official Proceedings, 1952
United States of America v. State of Texas, Supplemental Statement and Brief for the State of Texas in Support of Objections to Motion of the United States for Leave to File Complaint. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term 1948, about 1948
United States v. State of Texas, Brief for the State of Texas In Opposition to Motion for Judgment, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States v. State of Texas, Defendant's Petition for Rehearing, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States of America v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Brief of the State of Texas, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1958, about 1958
United States of America v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Joint Brief for the Defendant States on Common Questions. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1958, about 1958
United States of America v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Joint Reply Brief of the States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida and Motion for Leave to File, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1958, about 1958
United States of America v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Opinion of the Court, Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, May 31, 1960
[Opinion was issued on May 31, 1960.]
Symposium on the Texas "Tidelands" Case, Baylor Law Review, Vol. III, No. 2, Waco, TX: Baylor Law School, 1951
The Annexation Agreement Between the United States and Texas, With a Copy of Texas' Petition for Rehearing in United States v. Texas, printed and distributed by the Texas State Teachers Association, Austin, Texas, undated
"Expropriation of the Texas Tidelands by Judicial Fiat," by James William Moore, reprinted from Symposium on the Texas "Tidelands" Case, Baylor Law Review, Vol. III, No. 2, 1951
Tidelands publications:
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1989.250-20 Symposium on the Texas "Tidelands" Case, Baylor Law Review, Vol. III, No 2. Waco, Texas: Baylor Law School, 1951
Boletin del Instituto de Derecho Comparado de Mexico, Mexico, D.F.: Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, 1951, 1951
California Legislature, 1951 Regular Session, Education in Pasadena, Eighth Report, Senate Investigating Committee on Education, Senate of the State of California, 1951
Submerged Lands: Hearings before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, 81st Congress, 2nd Session, on Senate Joint Resolution 195, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1950
Title to Submerged Lands Beneath Tidal and Navigable Waters: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, 80th Congress, 2nd session, on Senate Bill 1988 and similar House bills, May 4-5, 1948
United States v. State of Texas, Defendant's Petition for Rehearing, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States v. State of Texas, Brief for the State of Texas in Opposition to Motion for Judgment, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
[Two copies; one copy is uncorrected.]
United States v. State of Texas, Memorandum in Regard to Motion of the State of Texas for Leave to File an Amended Answer, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States v. State of Texas, Reply Memorandum for the United States in Support of Motion for Judgment, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States v. State of Texas, Amended Motion for Order to Take Oral Depositions, Statement in Support, and Reply to Plaintiff's Memorandum in Opposition to the Original Motion, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States v. State of Texas, Motion to Pass the Hearing Set for March 27, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
[Two copies.]
United States v. State of Texas, First Amended Answer of the State of Texas, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
[Two copies.]
United States v. State of Texas, Motion for Leave to file Complaint and Complaint, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States of America v. State of Texas, Memorandum in Opposition to the Motion of State of Texas to Pass the Hearing Set for March 27, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
United States of America v. State of California, Answer of State of California, Part II, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1945, about 1945
United States v. State of California, Appendices A to I to Brief for the State of California in Opposition to Motion for Judgment, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1945, about 1945
United States v. State of California, Petition of Robert E. Lee Jordan for Leave to File Brief as Amicus Curiae in Opposition to the Petition of the Attorney General for a Proposed Supplemental Decree, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1946, about 1946
United States v. State of California, Opinion of the Court, Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1946, about 1946
United States v. State of Texas, Motion for More Definite Statement or Bill of Particulars and for Extension of the Time to Answer or Otherwise Plead, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1948, about 1948
United States v. State of Texas, Motion of the State of Texas to Dismiss the Complaint of the United States of America, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1948, about 1948
[Two copies.]
United States v. State of Texas, Reply in Opposition to Motion for Judgment, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
[Two copies.]
United States v. State of Texas, Answer of the State of Texas, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
[Two copies.]
United States v. State of Texas, Motion of the State of Texas for Appointment of a Special Master, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1949, about 1949
Conservation and Control of Submerged Coastal Lands and of Lands Beneath Inland Waters and of Certain Resources of Said Lands: Hearings before Subcommittee No 1 of the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives, 81st Congress, 1st Session on House Resolution 5991 and House Resolution 5992, August 24, 25, and 29, 1949
Brief of Amicus Curiae, Before the Supreme Court of the United States, M.H. Stougaard, Huntsville, Texas, undated
United States of America v. State of Texas, Supplemental Statement and Brief for the State of Texas in Support of Objections to Motion of the United States for Leave to File Complaint, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1948, about 1948
United States of America v. State of Texas, Motion for Leave to File Objections and Objections to Motion of United States of America for Leave to File Complaint In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1948, about 1948
United States of America v. State of Louisiana, Motion for Modification of Decree and Brief in Support of Motion, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1954, about 1954
United States of America v. State of Louisiana, Memorandum in Regard to the State's Objections to the Decree Proposed by the United States, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1950, about 1950
United States v. State of Louisiana, Reply to Plaintiff's Memorandum on Proposed Decree, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1950, about 1950
United States v. State of Louisiana, Memorandum for the United States in Reply to Louisiana's Brief in Opposition to Motion for Leave to File Complaint, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1955, about 1955
United States of America v. State of Louisiana, Brief of the State of Louisiana in Opposition to Motion for Judgment by the United States, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1956, about 1956
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Answer of the State of Texas to the Motion of the United States for Judgment; Motion for Leave to Take Evidence; Motion for Severance and for Separate Trial and Argument; and Statement in Support of Motions and in Reply to Response of the United States to Motion for Pretrial Conference, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1957, about 1957
[Two copies.]
United States of America v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Joint Memorandum of the States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida Pertaining to Schedule for Filing of Briefs and Order of Allotment of Time for Oral Argument, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1957, about 1957
[Two copies.]
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Answer of Defendant the State of Texas to Second Cause of Action, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1957, about 1957
[Two copies.]
United States of America v. State of Louisiana, Motion for Leave to File and Brief of the State of Texas, Amicus Curiae, in the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1956, about 1956
United States of America v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Brief of the State of Texas, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1958, about 1958
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Appendix to Louisiana's Reply Brief and Motion to File with Supporting Statements, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Written Memorial of Oral Argument for Alabama, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Motion of the States of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama to File a Supplement to Their Respective Petitions for Rehearing Herein by Offering Newly Discovered Evidence, and Statement In Support Thereof, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Supplemental Brief of the State of Mississippi in Opposition to Motion for Judgment on Amended Complaint, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Brief of the State of Florida Filed Subsequent to Argument, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, On Motion for Judgment on Amended Complaint, Reply of the United States to Briefs Filed by the Defendants after Oral Argument, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
[Two copies.]
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Supplemental Memorandum for the United States and Motion for Leave to File, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Post-Submission Reply Argument and Memorandum on Behalf of the State of Texas, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
United States v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Supplemental Memorandum of Additional Research Concerning United States Recognition of Texas' Three League Boundary, and Motion for Leave to File, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1959, about 1959
Development of Oil and Gas on the Public Domain: Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Public Lands and Surveys, United States Senate, 79th Congress, 1st Session, on Senate Bill 1236, 1945
Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, A Message from the President of the United States Transmitting The Final Report of the Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Pursuant to Public Law 109, 83rd Congress, June 28, 1955
University of Florida Law Review, Vol. I, No. 1, Spring 1948
[Includes article, "Problems in Florida and Other Coastal States Caused by the California Tidelands Decision," Julius F. Parker.]
"Confiscation by Judicial Decree: The Procedural Course of the Tidelands Cases," by F. Frowbridge von Baur, reprinted from Tulane Law Review, Vol. XXVII, April 1953
Treaties Affecting the Northeastern Fisheries, United States Tariff Commission, Report No. 152, Second Series, 1944
These Men Believed, National Association of Attorneys General, about late 1940s-early 1950s
Confirming and Establishing the Titles of the States to Lands Beneath Navigable Waters within State Boundaries and to the Natural Resources within Such Lands and Waters and Providing for the Use and Control of Said Lands and Resources and for the Control, Exploration, Development and Conservation of Certain Resources of the Continental Shelf Lying Outside of State Boundaries, Report [to accompany H.R. 8137], 81st Congress, 2nd session, May 17, 1950
United States of America v. State of California, Exceptions of the United States to the Report of the Special Master Files, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1952, November 10, 1952
United States v. State of California, Exceptions to Report of Special Master Dated October 14, 1952, and Motion for Leave to File Brief and to Present Oral Argument, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1952
State of Alabama v. State of Texas, State of Louisiana, State of Florida, State of California, George M. Humphrey, Douglas McKay, Robert B. Anderson, and Ivy Baker Priest, Opposition of Defendants George M. Humphrey, Douglas McKay, Robert B. Anderson and Ivy Baker Priest to Complaint's Motion for Leave to File Complaint, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1953, about 1953
Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act: Report Together with Minority Views from the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Senate of the United States to Accompany Senate Bill 1901, 83rd Congress, 1st session, June 8, 1953
Submerged Lands Act: Report from the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives to Accompany House Resolution 4198, 83rd Congress, 1st session, March 27, 1953
Submerged Lands Act: America's Stake in Offshore Oil, 83rd Congress, 1st session, April 1, 1953
Standby Economic Controls: Report from the Committee on Banking and Currency to Accompany Senate Bill 1081, 83rd Congress, 1st session, April 6, 1953
Cumulative Supplement to the 1949 Edition of Bureau of Reclamation Project Feasibilities and Authorizations, United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, 1952
Submerged Lands: Hearing Before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, 82nd Congress, 2nd session, February 7, 1952
Submerged Lands Act: Report from the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Senate of the United States, to Accompany Senate Joint Resolution 13, 83rd Congress, 1st session, March 27, 1953
Title to Lands Beneath Navigable Waters: Reprint of the Report of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on Senate Bill 1988, 82nd Congress, 1st session, 1951
Joint Memorandum in Support of Rehearing in United States v. Texas, Joseph Walter Bingham, C. John Columbus, Gilbert Gidel, Manley O. Hudson, Charles Cheney Hyde, Hans Kelsen, William Masterson, Roscoe Pound, Stefan A. Riesenfeld, and Filipe Sanchez Roman, July 15, 1950
"The Continental Shelf in the Practice of American States," Richard Young, reprinted from the Inter-American Judicial Yearbook, 1950
"Critique on the Texas Tidelands Case," Roscoe Pound, reprint of the Baylor Law Review's Symposium on the Texas Tidelands Case, 1951
The State of Texas v. The State of Louisiana, Before the Honorable Robert Van Pelt, Special Master, Brief for the State of Texas in Support of Motion for Judgment, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, about 1969
The State of Texas v. The State of Louisiana, Reply Brief by Louisiana to the Brief of the State of Texas in Support of its Motion for Judgment, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1970, about 1970
The United States of America v. States of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, Joint Brief for the Defendant States on the Common Question, In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1958, about 1958
Brief from unidentified court case pertaining to the Tidelands issue, undated
[Cover and first 66 pages are missing.]
The American Law Institute, The Foreign Relations Law of the United States: A Restatement, submitted by the Council to the Members for discussion at the 35th Annual Meeting, May 21-14, 1958, Tentative Draft No. 2, May 8, 1958
Submerged Lands: Hearings in Executive Sessions before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, 83rd Congress, 1st session on Senate Joint Resolution 13, Senate Bills 294 and 107, Senate Bill 107 Amendment, and Senate Joint Resolution 8. Part 2, March 16, 24-26, 1953
Submerged Lands: Hearings Before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, 83rd Congress, 1st session, on Senate Joint Resolution 13; Senate Bills 294 and 107; Senate Bill 107 Amendment; and Senate Joint Resolution 18, February 16-20, 23-27, and March 2-4, 1953
Submerged Lands: Hearings Before Subcommittee Number 1, Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, 83rd Congress, 1st session, on House Resolution 2948 and Similar Bills, February 17, 26, March 3-5, 1953
House Resolution 5134, An Act to Amend the Submerged Lands Act, Calendar No. 272, In the Senate of the United States, 83rd Congress, 1st session, May 14, 1953
Senate Bill 1901, A Bill to Provide for the Jurisdiction of the United States Over the Submerged Lands of the Outer Continental Shelf, and to Authorize the Secretary of the Interior to Lease Such Lands for Certain Purposes, In the Senate of the United States, 83rd Congress, 1st session, May 14, 1953
Correspondence files, about 1946-about 1952:
Box
1989.250-12 Arkansas
Arizona
Alabama
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Indiana
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Box
1989.250-13 Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Mississippi
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Correspondence arranged by Texas counties, 1947-1952:
Box
1989.250-22 Anderson thru Collingsworth County
Box
1989.250-23 Colorado thru Denton County
Box
1989.250-24 DeWitt thru Harris County (C)
Box
1989.250-25 Harris (D) thru Hood County
Box
1989.250-26 Hopkins thru Liberty County
Box
1989.250-27 Limestone thru Potter County
Box
1989.250-28 Presidio thru Travis County (F)
Box
1989.250-29 Travis County (G) thru Out-of-State (K)
Box
1989.250-30 Out-of-State (L) thru Henrietta Pyle
Campaigns, including correspondence from supporters, pledge sheets, county managers, etc. arranged by Texas counties, 1946-1952:
Box
1989.250.31 Correspondence, Bexar (A) thru Bowie County (county manager)
Box
1989.250.32 Correspondence, Bowie thru Cass County
Box
1989.250.33 Correspondence, Castro thru Dallas County (#1)
Box
1989.250.34 Correspondence, Dallas County (#2) thru Dallas County (P-Q)
Box
1989.250.35 Correspondence, Dallas (R) thru Ellis County
Box
1989.250.36 Correspondence, Ector thru Gonzales County
Box
1989.250.37 Correspondence, Gray thru Hardin County
Correspondence, Harris County thru Lloyd Gregory
Houston, Harris County thru George Kirksey
Campaign correspondence, miscellaneous
Box
1989.250-38 Unlabeled folder of newspapers and clippings
Editorials
Correspondence, Harris County, 1946
[4 folders]
Harris County, pledges of support for U.S. Senate, 1952
[3 folders]
Correspondence, Harris County (A) thru Harris County (E)
Box
1989.250-39 Correspondence, Harris County (F) thru Harris County (W)
Box
1989.250-40 Correspondence, Harrison thru Hudspeth County
Box
1989.250-41 Correspondence, Hunt thru Kaufman County
Box
1989.250-42 Correspondence, Kendall thru Loving County
Box
1989.250-43 Correspondence, Lubbock thru Midland County
Box
1989.250-44 Correspondence, Milam thru Parmer County
Box
1989.250-45 Correspondence, Pecos thru Smith County
[Note: Smith County continued in Box 1989.250-46.]
Box
1989.250-46 Correspondence, Smith thru Tarrant County
[Note: Smith County continued from Box 1989.250-45.]
Box
1989.250-47 Correspondence, Taylor thru Travis County (M)
Correspondence, Martha Mobley
Box
1989.250-48 Correspondence, Travis (N) thru Wichita County
Box
1989.250-49 Correspondence, Wilbarger County thru Washington, D.C.
[Note: Washington, D.C., continued in Box 1989.250-50.]
Box
1989.250-50 Correspondence, Washington, D.C.
[Note: Washington, D.C., continued from Box 1989.250-49.]
Campaign files - Attorney General, 1947-1952
News clippings, Price Daniel, 1950-1952
A Point of View on Personnel Management, W. Rowland Allen
Texas Public Opinion on the Senatorial Race: A Statewide Survey Conducted in June 1952, Joe Belden and Associates, 1952
Voting records, Senate
Press releases, duplicates, 1952
Campaign material, 1952
[2 folders]
Crime, 1952
French Embassy
Naval Reserve
Speech material on inland waterways
General files, filed by subjects, 1947-1952:
Box
1989.250-50 Harry Ackerman
Dean Acheson
Admirals' Clubs –American Airlines
American Bar Association
Adjutant General
(Texas) Aeronautics Commission
Agriculture
American Fair Trade Council, Inc.
American G.I. Forum of Texas
American Gas Association
American Legion, 1949
Box
1989.250-51 American Legion, 1947-1948, 1950
[2 folders]
American Legion, community development
[2 folders]
American Bible Society
American Society of International Law
Americans for Constitutional Government
Anti-New Deal
Anti-Lynch
Anglo-American Oil Treaty
State Approval Agency
A&M College
Western Union telegram, 1949
(State) Architectural Examiners
Association of American Railroads, government v. private ownership of railroad
American Rice Growers Association
Anderson Foundation
Associated General Contractors
Attorney General, statistics on work of office
Attorney General, administrative
Attorney General, memos from assistants
Attorney General, office memos
Attorney General appropriations
Report of Business of the Attorney General, Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, 1947-1948
Attorney General, legislation
Attorneys General of the U.S. (various state attorneys general)
U.S. Attorney General office
Attorney General, miscellaneous office forms and reports
Attorneys General, pictures (photographs), biographical information
Bonds, attorney general
Auto company investment
State Auditor
Baptist Standard
Bar Association
Barber Board
Baylor Stadium
Baylor, 1947-1948
Baylor, 1949-1950
[2 folders]
Baylor Historical Society
Baylor, 1951
Board of Control
Board of Water Engineers
Box
1989.250-52 Paul Bolton
Beacon case
Bergman, Stromboli
William A. Blakley
Boys Ranch
Boys State
Bradley, General Omar, speech, 1948
Brazos River
Broadcast, Price Daniel, July 21 (no year)
Brownsville matter
Board of Nurse Examiners
Budget Division, Executive Dept.
Capitol letters, Ray Lowry
Campaign expenditures
Cassell v. State of Texas
Catholic
Central Dad's Club
Certified Public Accountants
Children Federation, Inc.
Chiropodist
C.I.O. (Congress of Industrial Organizations)
Citizen newspaper
Citizen's Committee Displaced Persons
Citrus Commission
Civil Aeronautics Board
Civil Air Patrol
Civil Appeals Court
Civil rights
J.B. Clark, Odem, Texas
Upton Close
Commission on Interstate Cooperation
Clippings, 1952
Courts building
College amendment
Colorado River, Municipal Water District
Community chest
Community property
Community Council, Austin and Travis County
Committee for Constitutional Government
Complaints
Communism
Comptroller
Tom Connally
Voting Record of Connally, 1946-1951
Congressional Record
Co-ops
Cosmetology Board
Constitutional amendment
[2 folders]
Contributions
Council of State Governments
[2 folders]
Box
1989.250-53 Council of State Governments, 1952
County officers
County Judges and Commissioners Association
Courts Building
Robert G. Craft
Criminal Appeals Court
Crime conference
Crime and criminal justice in Japan
Crime radio interview
Criminal Bar Association
Crippled children
Crusade for freedom
Olin Culberson
Dairy Products Institute, Fort Worth speech
Daily Texan
Dallas diary
Dallas News
Daughters of the American Revolution
Daughters of the Confederacy
Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Cyclone Davis
Harbert Davenport, regarding Amaya et al. v. Hewit & Dougherty et al.
Democratic county conventions, 1950
Democratic state convention, resolutions, Amarillo, 1952
State Democratic convention, news clippings
Democratic (national) convention, 1948
Democratic (national) convention, news clippings, 1948
Democratic county chairmen, 1951-1952
Democratic Executive Committee, state, John C. Calhoun, J.E. Wheat, Chairman, 1950
Democratic Executive Committees
Democratic Party
State Democratic Party, 1947-1949
Democratic Party, 1951
Democratic Party, 1952
Democratic Party, pamphlet on "GOP Congress," about 1948
Democratic Party, Mitchell v. Daniel, 1952
[Pertains to Price Daniel's support of Dwight Eisenhower in the 1952 election.]
Telegram, Price Daniel to Chairman Mitchell regarding Democratic-Republican party write-in opinion, October 16, 1952
Dental Board
Department of Defense
Department of Commerce
Don Politico's
[empty folder]
Allan Duckworth, Dallas Morning News
Charles M. Dickson
Fagan Dickson
Disaster relief procedure (William L. McGill)
District and county attorneys
Duval County election
Duval County Ranch Company
East Texas Agriculture Council
(Fraternal Order of) Eagles
Editorials
Editorials, pro and con, 1952
Education
Eisenhower
Election laws, news clippings
[empty folder]
Election laws
Election Bureau figures
Election law mats
Election publications
Election Code
Governor's Committee on Election Laws
(Benevolent and Protective Order of) Elks
Eleemosynary and state memorial park land
El Paso labor case
Extradition
Expense accounts
Fair trade
Farm Bureau
Farmers, federal interference
Box
1989.250-54 Farmers Cooperative, Inc.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
(Texas) Federation of Women's Clubs
Fireman's Pension Commissioner
Dean Flowers estate
Foreign trade
Franchise tax data
Freight rate cases
Fire Prevention Committee
Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation
Game and Fish Commission
Gas Association
Flare gas cases, clippings
Gas conservation
Gas legislation
Gas
Geophysical exploration
Gilliam Soap Works
Good Neighbor Commission
Governor's office, Bill McGill
Lieutenant Governor Allan Shivers
Governor Beauford Jester (executive department)
Correspondence, Price Daniel and Beauford Jester
Governor Allan Shivers
Graduation invitations
Office memo, Mary K. Wall
Charles A. Guy
Gulf seismograph
Gulf States Marine Fisheries Compact
Harvey Travel Bureau
Hatch Act
Leon Hayes
Health Department
W.W. Heath, Attorney
Highway Department
John Edgar Hoover
Houston family
Houston trip, October 1, 1951
H.L. (Herschiel L.) Hunt
Hogg memorial
Income tax, general
George Butler, confidential
Insurance Commission
Interior Department
International Law Association
Interstate Commerce Commission
Intracoastal Canal Association
Industrial Accident Board
Interim committees, 51st Legislature
Interstate Compact Commissioner
Interstate Oil Compact Commission
Guy Cade Jackson Jr.
Jewish matters, Armstrong
Junior Chamber of Commerce
Judge Advocate
Juvenile delinquency
Judges, U.S. Supreme Court
Kerrville camp
Kiwanis
Ku Klux Klan
Liberty pictures, clippings
Laguna Madre
Latin American matters
Labor matters
Box
1989.250-55 Lists, newspaper contacts in Texas
Law enforcement
Labor, State Department of
League of Women Voters of Texas
League of Texas Municipalities
Board for lease of state park lands
Legislative Budget Director
Legislative Council
Joint Legislative Committee
Legal forms
Legislation
Lieutenant Governor (Ramsey)
Legislature
Liquor Control Board
Soil conservation list
Garcia's list
Lawyer lists
Lists, late names, friends in 1951, 1951
Lists, national officers
Lists, miscellaneous
Lists, Democratic executive committees, by county, 1952
Hon. Stuart Long, KVET
Livestock Sanitary Commission
Lottery
Lower Colorado River Authority
Douglas MacArthur
John F. Maddox
Maps
Knight Commander of the Court of Honor
Masonic (Lodge)
March, Caso (candidate, 1950)
Medical
Methodist Home, Waco
Mexican seizure of shrimp boats
Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association
Missing persons
Moore - McCloskey
Montana
Motor Bus Carrier
Muscular dystrophy
Earle Mayfield Jr.
Reverend Jim McClain, Red Arrow Laboratories
Norton McGiffin, Fort Worth Press
Howard McGrath
McMillan article
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee Legislation
Political file
National affairs
National Association of Attorneys General, 1948, 1950, 1952
[3 folders]
National Association of Attorneys General, Houston meeting, 1948
National Association of Attorneys General, Miami meeting, 1950
Box
1989.250-56 National Association of Attorneys General, correspondence, Houston convention, 1948
National Association of Attorneys General, 1947
Correspondence, Frank Bane, National Association of Attorneys General, 1948-1949
N.A.A.C.P. (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
National Fisheries or Subcommittee on Fisheries
National Lumber Manufacturers Association
National Manufacturing Association
National Milk Bowl
National Petroleum Council report
National politics, Congressional Record
National Reclamation Association
National Association of Broadcasters
National resources and tax
National Security Resources Board
National Water Conservation Conference
Naturopathic Board
Nebraska
Neches-Sabine River
Pat Neff Jr. file
Negro university (Texas State University)
Daily and weekly newspapers
Newspapers, dailies, over 10,000
Newsweek article
Northwest Atlantic fisheries
Lewis Nordyke
Senator Nixon's speech
Office of the President
Occupation tax
W. Lee O'Daniel
Ohio Oil Company
Oil cases
Opinion news clippings
Optometrist
Orientation, joint civilian
Parks Board (state)
Parochial schools
Pardons and Paroles (Board)
Peanut growers
Drew Pearson
Perryville
Penitentiary
Pecos River
Pedernales River Improvement Association
Pensions
Robert L. Peyton, Waco
Pixiecrat Party
Phi Alpha Delta
Phillips Petroleum case
Thomas Y. Pickett and Company
Pharmacy Board
Plumbing Board
(Personal) Policy matters
Poll results
Poll tax, federal, Sam Rayburn
Poll tax
Poll tax exemptions
[2 folders]
Pollution
Press Association, Texas Gulf Coast
Press correspondence
Presidential elections
Press releases, 1952
Box
1989.250-57 Press releases, 1947-1951
[4 folders]
Prison Land Board
South Texas Producers Association
Proposed legislation
Public policy
Public Lands Committee legislation, Perryville National Cemetery, H.R. 6807
Public Lands Committee legislation, Colorado River rights
[Pertains to dispute between Arizona and California.]
Public Lands Committee legislation, H.R. 6900, To provide an accelerated program for surveying and mapping of the United States, its territories and possessions
Public Works Committee legislation, Cumberland River Dam
Public Works Committee legislation, Tennessee-Tombigbee Inland Waterway
Public Lands Committee legislation
Public Works Committee legislation
Publicity
Publication laws
Public Welfare Department
Rules Committee legislation
Special committees legislation, Select Committee on Lobbying
Special committees legislation, Small Business Committee
Racial matters
Radio, new file
Personal, railroad
Railroad Commission
Larry Rasco, radio station KGBC
Real Estate Board
Redistricting
Republican Party
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Refugio County, law enforcement
Rent de-control
Report of Business of the Attorney General, Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, 1947-1948
Resolutions
Retirement Board (Employees Retirement System of Texas)
Rio Grande River Commission
Revise criminal codes
Rotary
"Russia, the Utopia in Chains," by William Armstrong Fairburn
[Consists of typed excerpts.]
Salvation Army
Savings bonds
Sabine River
School Land Board clippings
Secret ballot bill, copies and photograph, 1952
Segregation
Segregation, news clippings
Selective Service system
Senate race, Price Daniel, 1952
Senate information, 1952
Shepperd, John Ben, Secretary of State
Secretary Snyder's tax proposal
Texas National Capital Sesquicentennial Commission
Secretary of State
Sigma Delta Chi
Senate race, news clippings, 1948
National Federation of Small Business, Inc.
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Socialized medicine
Sir Hartley Shawcross
Sheriffs' Association
Union Voice, September 25, 1949
Box
1989.250-58 S.I.C.
["S.I.C."appears to be an organization for former military intelligence personnel, but the acronym is not defined in the records.]
S.M.U. (Southern Methodist University), Southwestern Legal Foundation
Southwestern Legal Foundation
John T. Smith tax letter
Sons of the American Revolution
Sons of the Republic of Texas
Speeches
State hospitals and special schools
State's Attorney
State Board of Professional Engineers
State legislatures, all states, party control
State capitol
State defense
State finances
State Library
State Mineral Society of Texas
State Teachers Colleges
State Junior Bar of Texas
State rights
State rights, news clippings
State politics
State Commission for the Blind
State Observer
[empty folder]
Steel dispute
Subcommittee on Fisheries, National Fisheries Institute
Supreme Court
Subversion comments
Summary tax sales
Supreme Lodge S.P.J.S.T. (Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas) of Texas
Sweatt case
Sweatt decision, correspondence
Sweatt case, congratulations and best wishes
Congressional letters regarding the Sweatt case
Attorney general letters regarding the Sweatt case
Swedish newspaper
Taxes
Taxation
Buck Taylor's Middle-Buster
Teachers' Retirement (System)
Tennessee
Telephone company
Texas Aeronautics Commission
Texas Banking Board
Texas Editorial Association
Texas Fishermen's Association
Texas School for the Deaf
Texas
Texas Christian University
Texas Classroom Teachers Association
Texas Congressional Dinner
Texas Employment Commission
Texas flag
Texas Fire Insurance Department
Texas Fraternal Congress
Texas Good Roads Association
Texarkana Sewage Bonds
Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Association
Texas Heritage Foundation
Texas Manufacturing Association
Texas Military District
Texas Motor Bus Association
Texas Motor Transportation Association
Texas National Forests
Texas Navy
[2 folders]
Texas Outlook
Texas pioneers
Texas Ports Association
Texas Prison System
Texas Public Employees
Texas Department of Public Safety
Texas Retail Grocers Association
Texas School Law News
Texas Southern University
Texas State Federation of Labor
Texas Technological College
Box
1989.250-59 Texas Safety Association
Texas State Teachers Association
Texas State Parks Board
Texas Spectator magazine article
Texas State House Reporter
Texas Title Association
Texas Water Conservation Association
[2 folders]
Texas Women's Press Association
Trinity Valley Association
Townsend Plan, Inc.
Travis County Bar Association
Traffic safety
Trans-Texas Airways
Trucks and railroads, transportation
Treasury Department, state
"Trumanites Smarter?"
[Typed manuscript of article from World Oil.]
Truckers, V-1285
Truman, Harry
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
U.S.O., Texas United Defense Fund Committee
United Nations
U.N.E.S.C.O. (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization)
Uniform laws
Unitization (de novo and receivership bills)
University correspondence, all schools
Used car racket
Usury cases
United Drys
Veterans Administration
Veterans of Foreign Wars
[2 folders]
Disabled American Veterans
Veterans County Service Office
Veterans State Service Office
Voting in the armed forces
Wiggins
Percy Williams
Wisconsin Attorney General
West Texas Chamber of Commerce
West Texas Chamber of Commerce or Proposed Federal Water Projects
West Texas Press Association
Water conservation
Wildcatters' Congress
Women's federated clubs
World government
Miscellaneous files, 1946-1952:
Box
1989.250-60 Senate campaign, 1952
Daniel and Stevenson
Broadcast, Price Daniel speeches, October 21, 28, 1952
Segregation, Negro university (Texas State University for Negros School of Law)
Campaign speeches, 1946
Campaign speeches, 1952
Speech, new Oak Cliff high school
American Institute of Accountants Annual Meeting, October 9, 1952
Speech, Conference on Coastal Engineering, Houston, November 7, 1951
[2 folders]
[Note: One folder empty.]
Denton, 15th anniversary of radio station KDNT
Personal appearance news clippings
[2 folders]
Greenville centennial celebration
Communism
Democratic Party, Bill of Rights
Dollar Steamship speech
(Fraternal Order of) Eagles
Eastern Star
Electra—celebration
Speech and letter of Dwight D. Eisenhower
Fair speech, October 6, 1951
Sam Houston, Dedication of marker, Lexington, Virginia
Fraternal Congress
Herbert Hoover
Hon. Estes Kefauver
Insurance convention
Kerrville speech, 1952
Judges' conference
Labor
Law enforcement conference (Attorney General), 1951
Fiesta speech, San Antonio opening day, April 16, 1951
Government-Truman-Constitution-politics
Great Britain's attorney general
Lions Club, dedication speech, Oak Cliff Health Center
League of Texas Municipalities, Mineral Wells
Lions, service clubs
Levelland oil progress
Lubbock speech
Texas lumbermen, April 1952
Howard McGrath, Seton Hospital
Mother's Day
(Council of) Motion Picture Organizations speech, Dallas, June 11, 1952
Motor Bus
Naval Air Station, Dallas
Oil
Internal Revenue Code of 1954: Report of the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, to Accompany H.R. 8300, A Bill to Revise the Internal Revenue Laws of the United States, 83rd Congress, 2nd session, June 18, 1954
General Revenue Revision: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, on Forty Topics Pertaining to the General Revision of the Internal Revenue Code, Part 3 (Topics 31-39), House of Representatives, 83rd Congress, 1st session, August 6, 10-14, 1953
Depletion allowance
Private Clinics and Hospital Association speech
American Legion speech, San Antonio, Texas, September 17, 1951
Chester W. Nimitz speech, Washington dinner (press release on), January 25, 1946
Poll tax
Western Union case (Attorney General, crime and gambling)
Freedom of the press
Radio, July 21, 1948
[Pertains to dedication of Kerrville radio station KEVT.]
David Read, Houston speech, Gulf Association
Safety - traffic control, Mr. Daniel, Mr. Morehead
Box
1989.250-61 Applications, employment appointments
[empty folder]
Farm Credit Act of 1952, Production Credit Program
[empty folder]
National production authority
[empty folder]
Water conservation, Gov's Comm.
[empty folder]
Texas Water Conservation Association
[empty folder]
Junior R.O.T.C. (Reserve Officers Training Corps) program
[empty folder]
Personal bills - paid
[empty folder]
Texas treaties
[empty folder]
Future attention file
[empty folder]
Election results, 1952
[empty folder]
Great Lakes, St. Lawrence Seaway
[empty folder]
Letters to be signed
[empty folder]
Beldon, Dallas folder
[empty folder]
Southwestern Legal Foundation
Spindletop discovery, Beaumont speech
Sheriffs' Association
Statistical information, voting in dry counties
Teachers, Beaumont
[empty folder]
"Today's Challenge," speech by Price Daniel
Texas congressional speech
United Drys of Texas
United States Law Week
[empty folder]
West Texas judges' meeting
Annexation agreement (annexation of Texas to the United States)
The Tidelands: A Heritage of Texas' Public Schools, Texas State Teachers Assocation, Austin, Texas
Remarks of Price Daniel, Texas State Bar conventions, July 6, 1950, July 5, 1951
"It's Your Money: That's What (sic) at Stake in Tidelands Fight," San Antonio Evening News, September 1, 1952
Statement of Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, Before U.S. Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
Statement of Attorney General Price Daniel in Reply to Senator O'Mahoney on Tidelands Legislation
Sweatt case
Tidelands Resolution No. 1
Decree, 13 original, United States v. Texas
Resolutions adopted by the State Bar of Texas at Annual Convention, July 8, 1950
State of Texas Commission on Interstate Cooperation, Biennial Report to the Governor and the Legislature, January 20, 1949
Pleadings and Orders in The State of Texas vs. Western Union Telegraph Company, et al., in the District Court of Travis County, Texas, 126th Judicial District
Record of vote on H.J. Resolution 225 and H.R. 5992 by members of the 82nd Congress
Reply of Price Daniel to General Howard McGrath's testimony, June 7, 1952
Drew Pearson, Pegler remarks regarding Pearson, Price Daniel replies, memo to editors
An Urgent Message to Coastal State Officials, Hall Hammond, Attorney General of Maryland
Statement of Price Daniel on special Tidelands bill for Texas and recent statement of vice-presidential candidate John Sparkman, September 18, 1952
Statement of Price Daniel regarding presidential election, August 25, 1952
"Tidelands and the November Election," speech by Price Daniel, September 1, 1952
Telegram to Stephen A. Mitchell from Price Daniel (press release regarding), October 16, 1952
Speech of Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, October 28, 1952
Resolution and address by Price Daniel, state Democratic convention, Amarillo, September 9, 1952
Speeches, press releases, and correspondence of Price Daniel regarding Tidelands and U.S. Senate candidacy
Press release, federal officials take over (Texas Tidelands)
Copy of letter from Attorney General Price Daniel to Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney
"Texas' Title to Submerged Lands," statement of Price Daniel before U.S. Senate and House Judiciary Sub-Committee

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