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Correspondence, course material, office files, photographs, and writings document the life and career of TCU English professor Cecil Williams, between 1925 and 1972. The bulk of the material covers the years 1939-1959. The writings make up the majority of the collection and include drafts of stories and articles published by Williams.
Most of the papers document his career before arriving at Texas Christian University.
The papers include correspondence, ephemera, photographs, obituary program of E.R. Cockrell, and scrapbook of Dura Cockrell, consisting of news clippings.
The papers mostly consist of his instruction in both physical education, safety in schools, and driver’s education from 1957 through 1978. These are correspondence, curriculum, student records, and speeches and lectures given on these subjects. He also has records from working with the Texas Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association and the Texas Safety Association. The papers are divided into three series: Driver’s Education, Physical Education, and Subject Files.
Approximately 275 digital oral history files in MP3 and WAV format, 85 tape logs/transcripts in MS Word format, and one hanging file folder containing interview agreements, printed transcripts, printed material about civil rights and labor leaders, and other research material used by Max Krochmal in research for his book Blue Texas: The Making of a Multiracial Democratic Coalition in the Civil Rights Era (Justice, Power, and Politics) published in 2016.
Correspondence, typescripts of plays, book reviews, and reprints of articles from various literary journals. A large portion of the material is correspondence during her time as president of the Texas Institute of Letters.
The papers include programs and other materials related to his years as choral director for TCU, University Christian Church, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Series I. includes video and audio recordings from various concerts. Series II. Includes ephemera, correspondence, class material, newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, and other assorted material There are quite a few programs from TCU concerts and programs from non TCU venues.
The papers document the career of Ronald B. Flowers as a professor of Religion-Studies at Texas Christian University. The papers include Flowers’ published and unpublished writings, correspondence, and various documents relating to his teaching career. The papers are arranged alphabetically by subject.
This collection contains research, interviews, and audiovisual materials collected by Sherrie Reynolds and her staff for the TCU Story project and for the book Arms of God: the Sisters of St. Mary of Namur, 2011.
The collection includes photocopies and typescripts of Civil War related materials.
Hammond collected a substantial amount of materials related to his personal and political interests. The papers reflect Hammond's academic and political activities and the broad scope of his personal interests. The collection consists of items related to university and city affairs and includes correspondence, newspapers and newspaper clippings, course materials, writings, speeches, and documents from various clubs and associations.