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administration of Pat M. Neff, governor of Texas, 1921-1925.

Emma Morrill Shirley

administration of Pat M. Neff, governor of Texas, 1921-1925.

by Emma Morrill Shirley

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Published by Baylor University in Waco, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Texas. -- Governor (1921-1925 : Neff),
  • Texas -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesThe Baylor bulletin -- vol. 41, no. 4, Dec. 1938., Baylor bulletin -- vol. 41, no. 4, Dec. 1938.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 124 p.
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16614432M

    Laura Lane Welch Bush (born November 4, ) is the wife of the 43rd President of the United States, George W. johnsonout.com was the First Lady from January 20, , to January 20, She graduated from Southern Methodist University in with a bachelor's degree in education and soon took a job as a second grade johnsonout.com attaining her Master's degree in Library Science at the. Jan 25,  · Political leaders who endorsed eugenicist ideas included not only Neff, governor from , but also Congressman John Box of Jacksonville, Texas, who served on the United States House Immigration Committee and warned of the danger “non-white” immigration, particularly from Mexico and Asia, posed for the future of the United States.

    urn:taro:tslac John A. Hulen: An Inventory of the General John A. Hulen Papers at the Texas State Archives, , undated Finding aid by Kristin Law and Kristen Marx This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online. Texas State Library and Archives Commission November Finding aid encoded by Kristin Law and Kristen Marx in EAD Version . ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY (See also SAN ANGELO, TX; TEXAS EDUCATION; TEXAS TECH: UNIVERSITY SYSTEM; VINCENT, LLOYD DREXELL; See SAN ANGELO BOARD OF CITY DEVELOPMENT Microfilm SD for Records and Microfilm SR for Records ) ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY: DRAMA. ANGLETON, TX (Brazoria County) ANGLY, MAURICE .

    Full text of "Negro year book: an annual encyclopedia of the Negro " See other formats. urn:taro:tslac Texas State Parks Board: An Inventory of State Parks Board Civilian Conservation Corps Drawings at the Texas State Archives, , undated, bulk


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Administration of Pat M. Neff, governor of Texas, 1921-1925 by Emma Morrill Shirley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pat Morris Neff (November 26, – January 20, ) was an American politician, educator and administrator, and the 28th Governor of Texas from toninth President of Baylor University from toand twenty-fifth president of the Southern Baptist Convention from to Alma mater: Baylor University, University of Texas.

Get this from a library. Administration of Pat M. Neff: governor of Texas, a thesis presented for the degree of Master of Arts at the University of Texas, Austin, Texas. [Emma Morrill Shirley; Pat Morris Neff]. The Texas State Historical Association Quarterly Report includes "Papers read at the meetings of the Association, and such other contributions as may be accepted by the Committee" (volume 1, number 1).

These include historical sketches, biographical material, personal accounts, and other research. Index is located at the end of the volume starting on page Author: Walter P. Webb. Neff took pride in his having “kept the faith” throughout his four years as Governor of Texas.

He lauded and thanked the citizens of Texans that twice bestowed upon him the honor to serve as their chief executive. Farewell Address of Pat M.

Neff: Governor of Texas, A December 4,Austin American article by Hugh Nugent Fitzgerald, "Governors I Have Known," about Pat Neff. The Baylor Bulletin, Volume XLI, No. 4 (December ), featuring a reprint of Emma Morrill Shirley's University of Texas at Austin master's thesis, "The Administration of Pat M.

Neff, Governor of Texas, –". This is an extensive collection of Pat. Neff materials. It consists of items from his early years, his time as governor of Texas, and materials from when he was President of Baylor University.

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Mother Neff State Park, located in Coryell County along the Leon River, claims that title and is named after Isabella Neff, mother of former Governor of Texas and president of Baylor, Pat Neff. Origin of Texas State Parks, from Mother Neff Scrapbook in the Pat Neff Collection, circa s.

Miriam Amanda Wallace "Ma" Ferguson (June 13, – June 25, ) was an American politician and one of the first two women (along with Nellie Tayloe Ross) to be elected as governor of a johnsonout.com served two non-consecutive terms as the first female Governor of Texas, from to and to Education: Salado College, University of Mary Hardin.

Critics denounced it as an "antistrike law." Governor Hobby maintained that anyone could strike but could not compel others to do so. In July Governor Pat M. Neff invoked the law against striking railroad shopmen in North Texas. Although this strike failed, in the Court of Criminal Appeals held the open-port law unconstitutional.

The Administration of Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas, Waco: Baylor University Press, xiii [1, blank], pp. 8vo, original olive wrappers. “A book of reproductions of pictures taken by Erwin E. Smith on the cattle range in the eighties and nineties for which he became “The most candid book about Texas immigration.

The Administration of Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas,by Emma Morrill Shirley; with foreword by Robert Adger Law (). Neff served in the Texas House of Representatives fromwas the 37th Speaker of the House, and later became Governor of Texas.

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The Administration of Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas,by Emma Morrill Shirley; with foreword by. Baylor University, The Texas Collection Neff, Pat Morris, Neff, Isabella Shepherd Neff, Myrtle Mainor Wilcox, Hallie Maude Neff Neff, Jr., Pat Morris Pat M. Neff Collection Inclusive:Bulk: This collection contains document boxes and six oversize boxes.

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Neff, Governor of Texas, (pp. At the time of her death, she was working with her husband and David Scott of Gatesville on a comprehensive and sprightly biography of Pat M. Neff, one of Texas' most colorful governors () and president of Baylor University from Processed State and Local Records Many of the records of Texas state agencies and certain local governments are processed and described in finding aids.

This list is alphabetical by the name of the agency or county, a division within if applicable, and the title of the records. Printed finding aids are available in the Archives search room in the named volumes.

The entire wikipedia with video and photo galleries for each article. Find something interesting to watch in seconds. Progressive elites in Texas often enjoyed Klan support. Former Speaker Neff, who served as governor fromwon a “favorable” rating from the state Klan, due in part to his conspicuous silence on the organization and his apparent efforts to quash the Texas Rangers’ investigation of Klan violence.

Pat Morris Neff was the 28th Governor of Texas from toninth President of Baylor University from toand twenty-fifth president of the Southern Baptist Convention from to — Early life — Born on his family ranch near the Eagle .Scope and Contents of the Collection.

The Texas Governor's Mansion Collection comprises the research materials assembled by Jean Houston Daniel, Price Daniel, and Dorothy Blodgett over more than two and a half decades (about ), which ultimately resulted in the book they co-authored.Biographical Note.

Beside his many public and private philanthropic endeavors, Hogg was particularly known for his support of the University of Texas as a regent and in its struggle with Governor James E.

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