University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Jack Cox Papers, 1950-1964

Descriptive Summary

Creator Cox, Jack
Title Jack Cox Papers
Dates: 1950-1964
Abstract Jack Cox (1921-1990) served in the Texas State Legislature as a Democrat from 1946-1952, and later ran as a Republican candidate for various political offices. Printed material, correspondence, notes, sound recordings, and films document his campaigns.
Accession No. 66-93
Extent 37 ft., 4 in.
Language English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Jack Cox (1921-1990) was born in Stephens County, Texas, and graduated from North Texas State University. A veteran of the Second World War, he worked in the oil business. He served in the Texas State Legislature as a Democrat from 1946-1952. During the middle 1950s, Cox became active in conservative politics. He changed his party affiliation and ran as a Republican for governor, the U. S. Senate and the U. S. House of Representatives.

Scope and Contents

Printed material, correspondence, notes, sound recordings, and films document campaigns for elective office Jack Cox ran in Texas. The papers include Cox's files on election districts, and his campaign literature and promotional material. Personal material and Cox's reference files, including conservative publications he had collected, comprise the rest of his papers.


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Administrative Information

Cite as

Jack Cox Papers, 1950-1964, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Detailed Description of the Collection



4Zd276 Files, subject:
Hardin College, general, 1951-1954
Hardin College, general, 1955
Congress, 1952
Hardin College, National Education Program, 1953
Youth and communism, 1961
Tidelands, undated
Two party syste, undated
Trinity Canal, 1962
TV and Radio censorship, 1961
United Nations, 1961
Welfare, 1962
Water, 1961
Unanswered Questionnaires, 1962
UNESCO, 1954, 1956
Texas Future Farmers of America, 1959
IPAA Convention, St. Louis, October 1955, 1956
Texas Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association, 1956
4Zd277 Correspondence, by County, 1951
Personal correspondence, 1955-1958
Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Convention, speaking
engagement, December 12-13, 1955
Taxes, Texas Financial Crisis, 1961
4Zd278 Supreme Court, U. S., 1956-1959
Texas Commission on Higher Education, 1957-1958
Correspondence, 1952
"Freedom in Action," materials, 1952
Petitions, notes, clippings, political material:
Petitions, undated
Notes, clippings, political material, 1962
Pamphlets, 1950
From 35mm film, 1952
4Zd279 Hardin College, National Education Program:
Pamphlets, booklets, 1952
The Hardin College Freedom Forum Manual, 1951
Personal and political before 1960:
Personal, 1953
Personal correspondence, 1954
Reading file, May 1, 1954 - December 31, 1954
Telegrams, 1955
Tax, personal, 1954-1955
Telegrams, 1954
Politics, general, 1954
Contacts, 1953-1954
Home, 1953-1954
Contacts, 1955
4Zd280 Politics, 1952
Politics, 1953
Politics, clippings, 1952
Politics, general, 1955
Ad valorem taxes, 1954-1955
American Petroleum Institute, 1954
Background, U. S. A., 1953
Condor Petroleum Corporation, 1954
Daniel, Price, 1954
Football, 1954-1955
Institute of Management, Colorado, 1954
Johnson, Lyndon B., 1954
Louisiana, 1954
McCarthy, Joseph, Senator, 1954
Nixon, Maston, 1953
Pawley, 1953-1954
Shivers, politics, 1954-1955
Shivers campaign, 1954
Shivers, letters, 1954
Correspondence, printed material, clippings, 1954
4Zd281 TV file, Shivers, undated
Price fixing, H. B. #7, 1955
Sheppard, John Ben, 1954
Tax study, Mid-Continent, 1953-1954
Texas Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association, 1953-1954
Texas Service Stations Associated, 1953-1954
Correspondence, 1952:
4Zd282 Jones
Palo Pinto
Expense account, campaign
Bills paid
`H' correspondence, 1951-1952
4Zd283 `M' correspondence, 1952
Clippings, printed materials, correspondence, 1951-1952
Printed material, correspondence, 1952
Latin American material:
Speech on Latin American Policy, 1961
Trip, 1960
Reservations, schedules, 1960
Trip, 1960
Articles, 1961
Miscellaneous, 1960
Campaign Correspondence, 1959-1963:
County file, districts 1-5:
G. A. Belknap:
Correspondence, 1961-1962
Notes, clippings, correspondence, 1961-1962
4Zd284 Harrison (2)
Jefferson (4)
Panola (2)
Lamar (1)
Red River
Gregg (2)
Angelina (2)
Shelby (2)
4Zd285 Rusk (2)
Nacogdoches (3)
Orange (4)
San Augustine (3)
Sabine (3)
Liberty (5)
Madison (5)
Grimes (5)
Houston (5)
Walker (5)
Red River (1)
Jefferson (4)
Polk (5)
Trinity (5)
Jasper (3)
4Zd286 Hardin (3)
Cherokee (3)
Tyler (3)
Morris (1)
Marion (1)
Rusk (2)
Out of state correspondence:
Campaign, 1960
Out of state (6 files), 1962
4Zd287 Out of state (2 files), 1963
County file, half of districts 6-8:
Tyler, Texas (Smith County)
Van Zandt (7)
Upshur (7)
Wood (7)
Smith (7)
Dallas (8)
Dallas, Texas
4Zd288 Harris County (6)
4Zd289 Harris County
Houston, Texas (Harris County), A-Z
4Zd290 Houston, Texas (Harris County), I-M
4Zd291 Harris
Henderson (7)
Dallas, Texas (Dallas County), S-Z
Tarrant (10)
4Zd292 Dallas, Texas (Dallas County), A-G
Dallas (8)
Smith (7)
4Zd293 County file, half of districts 8 through 10:
Grayson (9)
Sherman, Texas (Grayson County)
Fannin (9)
4Zd294 Dallas
4Zd295 Dallas
4Zd296 Dallas, Texas
Hunt (9)
Rains (9)
Rockwall (9)
Collin (9)
Cooke (9)
4Zd297 County file, districts 11-16:
Fort Worth, Texas (Tarrant County)
Burnet (16)
Concho (16)
Fayette (15)
Gillespie (16)
Kerr (16)
Kimble (16)
Lampasas (16)
Lavaca (15)
Lee (15)
Llano (16)
McCulloch (16)
Mason (16)
Menard (16)
Mills (16)
4Zd298 Waller (15)
Wharton (15)
Austin, Texas (Travis County) (14)
Williamson (14)
Bandera (16)
Brown (16)
Coryell (12)
Ellis (12)
Erath (12)
Hamilton (12)
Hill (12)
Hood (12)
Johnson (12)
Austin (15)
Colorado (15)
Navarro (11)
Limestone (11)
Robertson (11)
4Zd299 Washington (11)
Bosque (12)
Comanche (12)
Anderson (11)
Brazos (11)
Burleson (11)
Falls (11)
Freestone (11)
Travis (14)
Austin, Texas (Travis County)
Bastrop (14)
4Zd300 Travis
Bell (13)
Loose papers from districts 11-16, 1962
4Zd301 Milam (13)
San Saba (16)
Uvalde (16)
Zavala (16)
McClennan (13)
County files, districts 17-23:
Brazoria (17)
San Patricio (18)
4Zd302 Victoria (18)
Refugio (18)
Calhoun (18)
Bee (18)
Aransas (18)
Kendall (19)
Hays (19)
Guadalupe (19)
Gonzales (19)
Comal (19)
Atascosa (19)
Nueces (20)
Kleberg (20)
Kenedy (20)
20th State Senatorial District
Eastland (22)
4Zd303 Eastland
Hopkins (1)
Parker (22)
Franklin (1)
Cass (1)
Medina (19)
Stephens (22)
Delta (1)
Bowie (1)
Jim Wells (21)
Starr (21)
Maverick (21)
Brooks (21)
Denton (22)
Wilson (19)
Zapata (21)
Clay (22)
Wise (22)
Callahan (22)
4Zd304 Mineral Wells
Palo Pinto (22)
Montague (22)
Jack (22)
La Salle (22)
Jim Hogg (21)
Duval (21)
Dimmit (21)
Webb (21)
Hardeman (23)
Haskell (23)
Baylor (23)
Cottle (23)
Archer (23)
Young (23)
Karnes (18)
Caldwell (19)
4Zd305 Foard (23)
Wilbarger (23)
Wichita (23)
McMullen (18)
Jackson (18)
Goliad (18)
Galveston (17)
Fort Bend (17)
Throckmorton (23)
Knox (23)
Matagorda (17)
4Zd306 Comal (19)
Blanco (19)
Chambers (17)
Brazoria (17)
Stephens (22)
DeWitt (18)
Willacy (20)
Corpus Christi, Texas (Nueces County)
Nueces (20)
Brooks (21)
County file, districts 24-27:
Bexar (26)
4Zd307 Hidalgo (27)
Cameron (27)
Scurry (24)
Shackleford (24)
Stonewall (24)
Nolan (24)
Mitchell (24)
4Zd308 Bexar (26)
Tom Green (25)
San Angelo, Texas (Tom Green County)
4Zd309 Kent (24)
Jones (24)
Val Verde (25)
Upton (25)
Taylor (24)
Abilene, Texas (Taylor County)
4Zd310 Bexar
San Antonio (26)
Tom Green
Hidlago (27)
Terrell (25)
Sutton (25)
Sterling (25)
Schleicher (25)
Runnels (25)
Reagan (25)
Presidio (25)
4Zd311 Hidalgo
Pecos (25)
Jeff Davis (25)
Iron (25)
Glasscock (25)
Edwards (25)
Crockett (25)
Crane (25)
Coleman (25)
Coke (25)
Brewster (25)
Howard (24)
Garza (24)
Fisher (24)
Dickens (24)
Borden (24)
Miscellaneous printed material, 1955, 1961-1962
County files, districts 28-31:
Bailey (30)
Castro (30)
Childress (30)
Collingsworth (30)
Deaf Smith (30)
Donley (30)
Floyd (30)
Swisher (30)
Hale (30)
4Zd312 Hall (30)
Lamb (30)
Parmer (30)
Carson (31)
Dallam (31)
Gray (31)
Hansford (31)
Hemphill (31)
Hutchinson (31)
Lipscomb (31)
Moore (31)
Culberson (29)
Yoakum (28)
Terry (28)
Reeves (29)
Ector (29)
Odessa, Texas (Ector County)
4Zd313 El Paso (29)
El Paso, Texas (El Paso County)
Midland, Texas (Midland County)
Midland (29)
4Zd314 Andrews (28)
Hockley (28)
Cochran (28)
Dawson (28)
Crosby (28)
Gaines (28)
Reeves (29)
Martin (28)
Lynn (28)
Winkler (29)
Ward (29)
Hudspeth (29)
Sherman (31)
Wheeler (31)
Ochiltree (31)
Oldham (31)
Randall (31)
Dawson (28)
Lubbock (28)
4Zd315 Terry (28)
Potter (31)
Subject file, 1960, 1962:
Application for place on ballot
Delegates and Alternates to Republican State Convention, 1962
Campaign leaders
Contribution requests
Mailings, packages
Correspondence with County leaders, old alphabetical
file, 1960 campaign
Campaign literature, samples
Houston dinner, March 21
4Zd316 Form letters
Mailings, 1960:
Veterinarians (Pitt)
Veterinarians (Gordon)
Truckers (Heflin)
Sportsman Club (Cox)
Somico Employees (Cox)
Bill Pitzer
OU Alums (Jackie Sandefer)
Insurance agents (Breckenridge agents)
Retail grocers (Stewart)
Motel owners (Looney)
Hotel owners (Thompson)
Girls state (Black and Lewis)
Funeral Directors (Satterwhite)
Doctor's (Breckenridge M. D.'s)
County School Superintendents (Culwell)
County Officials (Breckenridge Commissioners Court)
CPA's (McCorkle)
Buick dealers (Blodgett)
Bankers (Gillham)
American Legion Office (Bailey)
A & M Alums (Kimbrough)
Press releases, campaign, file #1
4Zd317 Press releases, campaign, file #2
Publicity, 1960:
Clark, Dunagan and Huffhines
Campaign, 1960:
Television; schedules, notes, etc.
Speech texts (also see "Television scripts")
Television scripts
4Zd318 Speech data
Speaking engagements, fulfilled or declined
Speaking engements
Thank you letters
Texas Observer
Women's organizations, letters
Williamson, Hugh
Miscellaneous printed statements
Miscellaneous printed materials
Personal histories
Subject matter, A-S, 1960-1962:
City government
Constitutional revision
4Zd319 Depressed areas
Federal aid
El Chamizal
Election statistics
Escheat Law
Fair Employment Practices Commission
Federal aid, general
Financing, state
Foreign aid
Foreign policy, general
GOP fact memo, Republican Party (Conservatism)
Government agencies
Income tax
Industrial expansion
Inflation and national debt
4Zd320 Labor and unionism
Latin America
Latin American citizens (LULAC)
Law enforcement
Limiting governor's term
Manipulation of economic figures
Medical care
Miscellaneous state
Miscellaneous federal
Old age program
Oil Industry
Operation Abolition
Padre Island
Philosophical discussions
Politics, national and state (old file)
Poll tax
Red China
Republican Party (Conservatism)
4Zd321 Right to work
Sale Tax (Law passed 1961)
Salt water
Dr. George Sanchez
Vernon Sanford (Texas Press Service)
Hal Sayles
Homer E. Scace
Dudley Sharp
H. G. (Mike) Sheilds
Allan Shivers
Dr. W. R. Sibley, Jr.
Slaton swimming pool
Smear literature used by opposition, 1962
Mrs. Hughes Seewald
Tad R. Smith, State Chairman, Republican Party
Socialized medicine
Bob Sorrell, Jr.
Speaking engagements
Special Congressional election, San Antonio, November 4, 1961
State Convention
State Democratic Conventions
State Democratic Executive Committee
State government
State parks
Statement announcing candidacy for governoship, November 2, 1961
Statements, Jack Cox, and after November 6, 1962
Statement by Cox, press release September 10, 1961
Statewide candidates
Statewide organization, women
Suggestions, governor's campaign
Teachers Association
When Democrats Become Republican, Texarkana Gazette editorial, September 12, 1961
4Zd322 Texas Association for Retarded Children
Texas Commission on Higher Education
Texas Council of Churches
Texas Employment Commission
Texas Federation of Republican Women's Club
Texas Legislative Service
Texas Medical Association
Texas Press Service, clippings (Vern Sanford)
Texas Research League, recommendations
Tourism and state parks
John G. Tower
Travel expense, beginning December, 1962
Hon James A. Thurman, Speaker, House of Representatives
Underwood Corp., invoices
Urban renewal
John VanCronkhite
Veterans of World War I
Special offers
Clyde Wantland
Harold Warford
WATS phone
Jim Webb
Fred Weston
Chit Chat Williams
Hugh Williamson
Tex Willis
YR's, University of Texas
Subject file, 1962:
Against letters, after November 6, 1962
American Petroleum Institute, District Advisory Committee
Archery Association
Associated Press correspondence
Fred Bailey
Mrs. Henry Bailey
Myra Banfield
Beldon polls
4Zd323 G. A. Belknap
Bill Blakley
Book, ...And The Pursuit of Happiness, correspondence
...And The Pursuit of Happiness, book distribution
Book, endorsements
E. B. Buffington
Bumper stickers
Omar Burleson
Business and professional women
Book, ...And The Pursuit of Happiness, publicity
Boys state
Judy Breck, notes to and from Breckenridge office
Breck; Louis, Julia, Judy, correspondence
Jack Cox, campaign committee
Campaign fund, 1960
Campaign literature
Campaign materials and ideas
Cancer Society, Texas division, envelopes and letterhead
4Zd324 Carter-Clements Marketing Counselors
Career Counseling Program, Breckenridge, Texas
Allen Chase, Hollywood, California
Check against cards
Eddie Chiles
Christmas cards, 1961
Christmas, 1962
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Confirmation memo beginning August 9, 1962
Communist Party, Texas laws
Constitution Party, USA
Constitution Party of Texas
Constitution study committee
National convention, correspondence, etc., 1960
Correspondence with the press, miscellaneous
Correspondence instruction forms
Council of State Government
Personal correspondence, 1962-1963
Correspondence received in Breckenridge
East Texas bus tour
Campaign songs
Jack Cox replies
Dallas Morning News, questions and answers, etc.
Democrats for Cox
Election results, November 6, 1962
4Zd325 Expense, Campaign 1962
FC, 1962
Farm Bureau
Buzz Fauntleroy
Albert Fay
Freedom in Action, correspondence, etc.
Freedom in Action
Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge
Freedom Foundation Award
Jack Finney
Football tickets, personal
Doug Forde
Form letters
Forms and form letters, campaign, 1962
Wayne Gibbens, House of Representatives
John Goode
Senator Barry Goldwater
Good Neighbor Commission, correspondence, etc.
Fred E. Gray
Greater Dallas Citizens Committee
Harris County results, November 6, 1962
Weldon Hart
Headquarters building
Gene Hendryx
House Unamerican Activities Committee
Houston Chronicle, editorial, etc.
Human events correspondence
Thad Hutcheson
U. A. Hyde
Itinerary, 1962
Invitations accepted
Invitations declined
4Zd326 Mail briefing
Ad Valorum tax
Advertising: Pamphlets, buttons, etc.
Advertising: TV and radio
Advertising: Newspapers and magazines
AFL-CIO, Texas State
Bruce Alger
Advertising and decorating firms
American Legion, convention
American Legion, correspondence
American Legion, National Americanism Committee
Americans for Constitutional Action
Americans United
Answered questionaires
Austin Conservative meeting, November 1, 1961
Meeting, Austin, November 1961
Business relations
Business and government
National budget, 1962
4Zd327 "Blind Program," Ray Grierson
Box 13
Gaston Jones
Frank Kinnie, Mexico
AFL-CIO, Labor
Labor organizations
La Verdad, Spanish paper, Nueces County
Legislative Committees
Liberals, politics, list of names
League of Women Voters
Mickey Ledrick
G. K. (Bub) McDonald, fund raising dinner
Lee McFadden
C. T. McLaughlin, telegram
Mailing to Republican leaders, November, 1961
Mailings, suggested letters
Mailings, services
Mailing, October 30, 1961
Mailing information, postal rates, bulk mailing, etc.
Mail briefings from Austin
Mailing lists to September, 1961
Mailing lists and directories
Mailing, doctors, January 1962
4Zd328 John A. Matthews
Mailing, weekly itinerary leaders
Meeting, Austin, September 1960
Midland Council of Conservatives
Russell Milroy, Huntsville, Texas
Al Muldrow
Wright Morrow
George Murphy, Desilu Productions, Inc.
National Committee for Economic Freedom
National Election, 1960
National Review, correspondence
National States Rights Party
News releases
Newspaper clippings
Louis Nicoletti, Desilu Productions, Inc.
Peter O'Donnell, Dallas County GOP
Office equipment and supplies
Oil depletion
Oil publications, miscellaneous
Opinion polls
Fred A. Orleans
Bill K. Payne
Peeler's Office Supplies
Primary statistics, 1962
Press, out of state
4Zd329 Press releases from September, 1961
Press release announcement of change to Republican Party, September 10, 1961
Republican Party of Texas
Republican Party of Texas, Legislative Division
Republicans, mailings from state headquarters
Republican, miscellaneous
Republican Party officials
Republican National Committee
Republican Executive Committee, Dallas County
Republican correspondence with state headquarters
Republican public relations
Republican regional field directors
Republican special state committees
Republican state convention
Republican women's organizations
Republican platforms and official statements by the party
Wayne Poucher
Reservations, general
Resolution, Precinct #3, Stephens County and others
4Zd330 Christmas cards, speaking engagements, 1962
4Zd331 Christmas cards, speaking engagements, 1955-1962
4Zd332 Speaking engagements, consolidated, April 17-August 10
Speaking engagements file
4Zd333 Speaking engagements, consolidated, January 1-April 16
Speaking engagements, consolidated, August 11-November 6
4Zd334 Speaking engagements and pamphlets
Speaking engagements
Speaking engagements requested but declined
Business and personal before 1954:
Agriculture, 1955
Americanism, 1953-1954
Americanism, 1955
American Legion, 1956-1960:
The American Legion
Americanism Committee
Boy's state
Correspondence and periodicals received during campaign
Women's part in government
The threat of treaty law
Articles on states rights
Americanism literature
Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
4Zd335 Bluebonnet Girls State, 1956
Breckenridge Quarterback Club, 1959
Campaign, miscellaneous correspondence, 1959
Constitution Study, 1958-1959
Council for Basic Education, 1958
Politics, 1956-1959
Football, 1955-1957
Houston people, William Kenneth Pope, undated
Hardin College, National Education Program, 1955-1958
Civil rights, 1957
China, 1957
Citizens Advisory Committee, 1957
Chamber of Commerce, 1958-1959
Campaign data, Lyndon B. Johnson, 1959
Depletion, Oil and Gas, 1957-1958
Do You Know Company, Loren Stark, undated
Education, miscellaneous, 1958
Federal aid, 1956-1958
Federal Reserve, 1957-1958
Foreign aid, 1957-1959
FIA (Freedom in Action), 1958-1960:
4Zd336 Austin
Directors, miscellaneous
El Paso
Fort Worth
Press reports
Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge, 1958-1960
Labor laws, 1955-1958
Labor Unions, 1957-1959
Literature published by Communists, 1955-1956
Moral Re-armament, 1955-1957
4Zd337 Newspaper clippings, 1956-1958
Press clippings, campaign and miscellaneous, 1958-1960
Precinct Organization Committee, undated
"R", 1956
Senator Joe McCarthy, 1956-1957
School Board
TAW, Frank Kirkpatrick, Commentator, 1955
Texas Bureau of Economic Understanding, 1958-1959
Texas Commission on Higher Education, personal correspondence, 1957-1963
Campaign correspondence, County file, Districts 1-31, 1964:
Out of state
Cherokee (3)
Nacogdoches (3)
Jefferson (4)
Orange (4)
Walker (5)
Trinity (5)
Rusk (2)
Angelina (3)
Gregg (2)
Morris (1)
Bowie (1)
Rains (9)
Wichita (23)
Wilbarger (23)
Lynn (28)
4Zd338 Harris (6)
Calhoun (18)
Williamson (14)
Comanche (12)
Bosque (12)
Grayson (9)
Cooke (9)
De Witt (18)
Mitchell (24)
Haskell (23)
Young (23)
Dickens (24)
Stephens (22)
Starr (21)
Dimmit (21)
Hays (19)
Kendall (19)
Kleberg (20)
Bailey (30)
Floyd (30)
Parmer (30)
Terry (28)
Nacogdoches, April 8
Corpus Christi, Nueces County Young Republicans, April 2
Beaumont, North Jefferson County Republican Club, March 25
Wheeler (31)
Dallam (31)
Tarrant (10)
Ector (29)
El Paso, Republican Associates Luncheon, March 13
Midland, Young Republicans, March 12
Amarillo, March 14
Galveston, Young Republicans State Convention, March 21
Dallas, White Rock Women's Club, March 19
Kilgore, March 18
Dallas (8)
Bastrop (14)
Anderson (11)
Brazos (11)
4Zd339 Limestone (11)
Navarro (11)
Johnson (12)
Bell (13)
McLennan (13)
Milam (13)
Travis (14)
Lee (15)
Brown (16)
Kerr (16)
Brazoria (17)
Fort Bend (17)
Galveston (17)
Matagorda (17)
Denton (22)
Victoria (18)
El Paso (29)
Webb (21)
Jim Wells (21)
Nueces (20)
Comal (19)
Fort Worth, Theta Sigma Phi Celebrity Breakfast, April 3-4
El Paso, Young Republicans and Women's Club, April 16-17
Amarillo, Amarillo Women's Club, April 16
Brazoria County, Republican Candidate Rally, April 11
Abilene, Abilene Republican Women's Club, April 9
Houston, Tuesday Breakfast Club, April 28
Dallas, KVIL Radio Station, April 25
Houston, Young Republican Club, April 23
Pasadena, April 22
Houston, West University Group, April 20
Odessa, April 18
El Paso, Young Republican Club, April 17
Howard (24)
Tom Green (25)
Jones (24)
Nolan (24)
Scurry (24)
Shackleford (24)
Brewster (25)
Taylor (24)
4Zd340 Presidio (25)
Henderson (7)
Smith (7)
Cameron (27)
Cochran (28)
Midland (29)
Winkler (29)
Ward (29)
Hutchinson (31)
Potter (31)
Austin, GOP Executive Meeting, March 9
Hidalgo (27)
Dawson (28)
Lubbock (28)
Bexar (26)
Speaking engagements declined, 1964
Miscellaneous campaign correspondence, 1962, 1964
4Zd341 District file:
Districts 1-2, 4-11, 13-17, 19-31, 1962
Candidate file, 1962:
Des Barry
Waggoner Carr
John Connally:
General election campaign
4Zd342 John B. Connally
Jack Cox, clippings
Price Daniel:
To September 1961
From September 1961
Election, 1962
T. Kellis Dibrell
Marshall Formby
Bill Hayes
Lyndon Johnson
"General Walker," Edwin A. Walker, Dallas, Texas
Roy Whittenburg
Will Wilson
Jim Wright
Campaign subject file:
College appearences
Girls and Boys State lists
Information on the organization of the YTC
Members list
Plans for youth groups to meet Cox on tours in Texas
Jack Cox, press material
Republican, Young Republicans
Students for Cox
Temporary lists of contacts by Senatorial districts
4Zd343 The Texas Argus, 1962
The Texas Observer, 1962
Speech data:
File #7; Communism, Socialism, Khruschev, etc.
File #8; Talks, notes, etc.
File #9; Miscellaneous articles, notes, etc.
File #10; Americanism, articles, notes, etc.
4Zd344 File #11; Foreign countries, notes and articles, foreign aid etc.
File #12; Government, federal, state and local, notes and items
File #13; Texas
File #14; Education
File #15; Oil and gas industry, notes, articles, etc.
File #16; Unions and Right to Work
Subject file, 1964:
Airline ticket receipts, campaign
Bruce Alger
American Legion
Americans for Constitutional Action
Austin report
Arms issue
George Bush
Cancer Society
Campaign supplies
Campaign leaders, tentative lists, 1962
Car-top signs
Waggoner Carr
Civil rights
Clippings, 1963
Clippings, 1964
4Zd345 Copy, miscellaneous
Jack Cox, Jr.
Jack Cox, biographical information
Hon. Jack Crichton
Milton Davis
Freedoms Foundation
Forms, official
Form letters
Ed Foreman
Doug Forde
Financial report
Fred Gray
Jack Grimm
Harris County Committee of 64
The Hunt family
Bill Hayes
Weldon Hart
Jim Langdon
Mailing lists
Material mailed, primary
Material, run-off campaign
Robert Morris
Mailing permit
Office supplies
Organization, campaign
Pre-announcement politics
Press releases
4Zd346 Press relations
Radio copy
Republican Party:
Correspondence with state headquarters and the state chairman
Miscellaneous, state headquarters
Texas Government Almanac and Business Guide
State Executive Committee
Harris County
Primary, 1964
Official lists
News releases
Research report
Republican state convention, June 1964
Republicans, Young Republicans
Run-off elections, mechanics of arrangement
Allan Shivers
Smoot report
Speech material
State workers
4Zd347 Statistical data
Henry Stoolenwerck
John Tower
Television spots
Texas Bill of Rights Foundation
Texas Press Association
John Van Cronkhite
Youth campaign organizations
Ralph Yarborough
Young Americans for Freedom
Miscellaneous clippings, 1963-1964
Bound newspaper clippings, 1961-1962:
Volumes 1 and 2
4Zd348 Volumes 3 and 4
4Zd349 Volumes 5 and 6
4Zd350 Volumes 7, 8, and 9
4Zd351 Volume 10 and 2 unnumbered volumes
4Zd352 3 unnumbered volumes
4Zd353 2 unnumbered volumes
300 page untitled manuscript
4Zd354 Bound newspaper clippings, 1961-1962:
2 unnumbered volumes
Letters and schedule
4Zd355 Campaign disbursements, clippings and conservative publications:
Campaign fund disbursements, 1964
Conservatism on the College Campus, executive summary, January, 1962
Free Enterprise in America--1962, Executive summary, March 1962
Political Affairs, November 1958
A Businessman Looks at Communism, by Fred C. Koch, 1961
The Constitution of Texas (With its 140 Patches), Suffrage and Elections, by W. E. Benton, 1960
The Constitution of Texas (With its 144 Patches), Texas Constitutional Revision, The Legislative Branch, by Mary Evelyn Huey, 1962
The Constitution of Texas (With its 144 Patches, Municipal and County Government, by J. William Davis and William E. Oden, 1961
The United States as a Communist Nation... Under Which Flag?, statement of Austin T. Flett, 1958
Usurpers--Foes of Free Men, by Hamilton A. Long, 1957
America's Unelected Rulers, by Kent and Phoebe Courtney, 1962
Planned Patriotism, A Ten Point Program for Teaching Americanism in Our Schools, by Everett E. Cooke, 1961
Cliches of Socialism and Clipping of Note, 1959
Cliches of Socialism, No. 1-63, undated
Constitutional Revision, Volume I, December 1960
Constitutional Revision, Volume III, December 1960
Cliches of Socialism, No. 1-29, undated
A Blessing of Extremism, by Leonard E. Read, 1963
4Zd356 Conservatism on the College Campus, main report, January 1962
Race and Reason, A Yankee View, by Carleton Putnam, 1961
General Evaluation of the Texas Constitution and of Some Criticisms of it, Part I, undated
A Handbook for Texas Voters, 1953
Free Enterprise in America--1962, main report, March 1962
Fact Sheet, Volume I (not complete), 1960
Clippings, 1961-1962:
Miscellaneous clippings
4Zd357 Miscellaneous clippings
4Zd358 Film and Tape recordings:
Reel-to-Reel tape:
Sandlin and Co., sessions no. 33-35, sales unlimited, sales training, undated
Chapel of the Bells, undated
P. Daniel and W. Wilson, Side 1; Youth and Conservative Government, by Jack Cox, Side 2; Major Edgar C. Bundy, general chairman, Church League of America, April 25, 1960 July 1959. July 13, 1959
Small reel-to-reel tape (3):
Four 1 minute spots; the first a singing jingle, the last 3 the voice of Jack Cox, undated
35mm film (2), Jack Cox election films, undated
16mm firm, Cox, February 12, 1960
Waggoner Carr, 15 minutes, West Texas, 1960
4Zd359 Jack Cox, #2A, Friday night at 10:15, running time 13:45, April 1, 1960
Jack Cox #6005, 1960
Jack Cox #6007, 1960
4Zd360 Jack Cox #639 (2), 1960
Jack Cox #2, 1960
Jack Cox for Governor #1, KPRC-TV, February 12, 1960
4Zd361 Jack Cox #6005, ran April 8, 1960
Commercial reel, Jack Cox, political, 1960
4Zd362 Film:
Jack Cox, #6003, ran April 8, 1960
Jack Cox, speech #2, 1960
Jack Cox for Governor #2, 1960
Jack Cox #6007, 1960
4Zd363 Miscellaneous clippings, 1960-1962
Campaign literature, supplies, information, 1960
This... I Believe, by Jack Cox, 1962
... And the Pursuit of Happiness, by Jack Cox, 1962
4Zd364 Large commercial reel, untitled, 1964
Film, Jack Cox for Governor, and script #6000 "The Price is NOT Right," Jack Cox, 1960
3W37.9 Photographs
2.325/D4a Oversize printed material
2.325/OD14 Oversize printed material