Palmer Bradley Papers MSS.0075
Palmer Bradley, a partner of Andrews, Kurth, Campbell, and Jones and the founder of General Crude Oil Co., served as a delegate to the Democratic Convention in 1948. He left the convention in protest against "Trumanism" and with the organization of the States' Rights Party became a leader for that party in Texas.
The collection documents Bradley's involvement with the States' Rights movement from 1948 to 1950 and includes correspondence, printed materials, and clippings, arranged chronologically.
Permission to publish or reproduce materials from the Palmer Bradley Papers must be obtained from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center or the appropriate copyright holder.
Palmer Bradley Papers. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library.
The Bradley Papers are a part of the Texas Gulf Coast Association's Collections, transferred to the Houston Metropolitan Research Center in 1977.
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