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Texas Christian University -- Faculty

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Ben Procter Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 151
Scope and Contents Correspondence, photographs, collected research, notes, manuscripts, interviews, book drafts, and lecture notes document the scholarly career of Dr. Ben Procter.  The material dates from 1840 through 2006 and covers Dr. Procter's major areas of scholarly interest, William Randolph Hearst, the Texas Rangers (law enforcement agency), and John H. Reagan, Postmaster General of the Confederate States of America.  Also part of the collection are class notes from Procter's time at Harvard...

Geoffrey Hobday Scrapbooks and Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: MS 127
Scope and Contents The collection is divided into two series: I. Scrapbooks 1934-1961; II. Photographs 1950- 1960. The first series, Scrapbooks, 1934-1961 includes three scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, magazines, playbills, programs, pictures, and letters related to his career as a conductor. The first scrapbook [large one] chronicles his life’s work from 1934 to 1957 and focuses on Hobday’s performances in Great Britain, France, and Italy. One-third of the first scrapbook concerns his time in Fort Worth and...

James Standifer Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 20
Summary 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.

Lili Kraus Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 128
Overview This collection contains articles on Kraus, Master Class Brochures, concert notices, papers related to her teaching at TCU, and news releases. The bulk of the papers are dedicated to the 1983 Gala for her retirement and the 1985 Lili Kraus video broadcast.   The collection does not contain Kraus's personal papers.

Lorraine Sherley Papers, 1953-1979.

 Collection — Box 1-6
Identifier: MS 9
Overview

The papers range from 1953 through 1979 and document Sherley's research and teaching interests.  The papers include correspondence, lecture materials, and research materials.  Approximately half of the collection is made up of research materials for Sherley's doctoral thesis on portraits of Queen Elizabeth I.  The other half of the collection is made up of lecture notes and other materials related to Sherley's teaching career.

Mabel Major papers, 1823-1974 (inclusive), 1920-1970 (bulk).

 Collection
Identifier: MS 3
Collection Scope and Content Summary The papers document the writing and teaching career of Mabel Major. The papers consist of Major's published and unpublished writings as well as correspondence, research material, and course material. Included in the papers is correspondence regarding and drafts of Southwest Heritage: A Literary History with Bibliography, which Major co-authored with Rebecca W. Smith and T.M. Pearce. Further research material about poet and playwright Frank J. Desprez and...

Max Krochmal Blue Texas Oral History Collection 2017-012

 Collection
Identifier: MS 198
Content Description 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.

Rebecca Smith Lee Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 123
Overview

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.