Conference on Education and Racial Adjustment, 1933
Scope and Contents
Correspondence, manuscripts, legal documents, financial records, pamphlets, teaching materials, sermons, photographs, and artifacts document the life and work of Joseph Lynn Clark and the Clark family from 1751-1969. The first series, Race Relations, 1910-1967, contains correspondence related to the Texas Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Other material in the series includes pamphlets, book reviews, manuscripts, and assorted correspondence. The second and largest series, Clark Family Papers, 1751; 1773-1781; 1841-1969, contains business, and family correspondence, legal documents, photographs and Clark's personal records. The third and final series, Subject Files, 1862-1974 includes teaching materials, lecture notes, and writings, from Clark's time at Sam Houston State College, and sermons and Disciples of Christ materials. This series also contains research materials and drafts of Clark's books on Texas history.
From the Collection: 46.25 linear feet
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English