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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of the Papers

Restrictions

Online Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1. Writings by other authors, 1923-1974

Series 2. Writings by Anthony, 1912-1957

Series 3. Subject files, clippings, 1924-1977

Series 4. Materials on Texas Oil Industry and Probate Laws, 1919-1965

Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A & M University

Inventory of the John R. Anthony Papers:

1912-1977



Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Creator Anthony, John R.
Title Inventory of the John R. Anthony Papers
Dates 1912-1977
Abstract John Robert Anthony was born in Longview, Texas 12 June 1889. Anthony earned a B.A. from the University of Texas in 1916, a L.L.B. in 1921 and a M.A. in 1928. Anthony was head of the English Department at West Texas Military Academy in San Antonio 1913-1915, then Assistant Professor of English in Texas Christian University 1916-1918. Anthony later joined the legal staff of Humble Oil and Refining Company in Houston, Texas January 1929. Following his retirement from Humble Oil in 1954, Anthony served as Professor of Law at South Texas College of Law 1955-1957. Anthony played an active part in the nine-year campaign to revise the antiquated Texas probate statutes. In recognition of his invaluable contributions toward revising the Texas Probate Code, the Council of the Section on Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law honored him at the annual Texas Bar Association Convention in Houston July 4, 1972. The John R. Anthony Papers (1912-1977) are held in 5 boxes (ca. 6.5 linear feet) containing books, pamphlets, speeches by other authors, some class materials and a few scholarly articles by Anthony, subject files created by Anthony, containing mainly newspaper clippings concerning activities of the U. S. government and individuals involved in politics; a biographical sketch and obituary for Anthony. Also present are publications concerning the oil and gas industry, probate laws, particularly the Texas Probate Code, and correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents dating from Anthony's employment at Humble Oil and Refining Company.
Identification TAMU MSS 00042
Extent ca. 6.5 linear feet (5 Boxes)
Language English.
Repository Cushing Memorial Library College Station, TX 77843-5000

Biographical Note

John Robert Anthony was born in Longview, Texas 12 June 1889. Anthony earned a B.A. from the University of Texas in 1916, a L.L.B. in 1921 and a M.A. in 1928.

Anthony was head of the English Department at West Texas Military Academy in San Antonio 1913-1915, then Assistant Professor of English in Texas Christian University 1916-1918. Anthony later joined the legal staff of Humble Oil and Refining Company in Houston, Texas January 1929. Following his retirement from Humble Oil in 1954, Anthony served as Professor of Law at South Texas College of Law 1955-1957. Anthony played an active part in the nine-year campaign to revise the antiquated Texas probate statutes. In recognition of his invaluable work contributions toward revising the Texas Probate Code, the Council of the Section on Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law honored him at the annual Texas Bar Association Convention in Houston July 4, 1972.

Anthony died of cancer 26 July 1977 at the age of 88.

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Scope and Content Note

The John R. Anthony Papers (1912-1977) are held in 5 boxes (ca. 6.5 linear feet) containing books, pamphlets, speeches by other authors, some class materials and a few scholarly articles by Anthony, subject files created by Anthony, containing mainly newspaper clippings concerning activities of the U. S. government and individuals involved in politics; a biographical sketch and obituary for Anthony. Also present are publications concerning the oil and gas industry, probate laws, particularly the Texas Probate Code, and correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents dating from Anthony's employment at Humble Oil and Refining Company.

The overall physical condition of this collection is satisfactory, though bearing the usual yellowing and tears from age.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 4 series: Series 1. Writings by other authors (1923-1974); Series 2. Writings by Anthony (1912-1957); Series 3. Subject files, clippings (1924-1977); Series 4. Materials on Texas Oil Industry and Probate Laws (1919-1965).

Arrangement of the Papers

Subject files are arranged in alphabetical order; and in chronological order within each folder. All of the books, pamphlets, and speeches are arranged in alphabetical order. The correspondence with Humble Oil and Refining Company, and Anthony's personal and professional papers are arranged chronologically.

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Restrictions

Access

No restrictions.

Usage Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

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Online Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog of Cushing Memorial Library. Researchers wishing to find related materials should search the catalog under these index terms.
Names
Anthony, John Robert--Correspondence.
Organizations
Humble Oil and Refining Company (Incorporated in Tex.)--History--Sources.
Texas Bar Association.
Subjects
Petroleum law and legislation--Texas.
Corporate lawyers--Texas.
Law teachers--Texas.
Probate law and practice--Texas.
Places
Houston (Tex.)--History--20th century.
Titles
Texas probate code.

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Administrative Information

Provenance

Received from Mrs. John Anthony in November 1977.

Processing Information

Processed by Suzanna M. Lawrence in August 1983.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Series 1. Writings by other authors, 1923-1974

Books, pamphlets, speeches
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1-1 "All American Books. "New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc.. Volume 2, Spring 1956.
"All American Books."New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc. Summer 1957.
Allen, Gary. None Dare Call It Conspiracy.Rossmoor, California: Concord Press, 1971.
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1-2 American Institute for Economic Research. Twentieth-Century Common Sense.Great Barrington, Massachusetts: American Institute for Economic Research, 1958.
American Institute for Economic Research. Twentieth-Century Common Sense and the American Crisis of the 1960's. Great Barrington, Massaschusetts: American Institute for Economic Research, 1960.
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1-3 Anderson, Wing.Peace and Plenty for You Including A History of Your World and a New Income Plan. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman Julius Publications, 1941.
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1-4 Anderson, Wing. The Next Nine Years. Los Angeles, California: Kosmon Press, 1938. Anderson, Wing. Wars End. NP: July 1944.
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1-5 App, Austin J.History's Most Terrifying Peace. Takoma Park, Maryland: Bonfire Press, May 1970.
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1-6 Armstrong, George W. "The Truth About My Alleged $50,000 Donation. "Fort Worth, Texas: The Jude Armstrong Foundation, 1950.
Armstrong, Herbert W." The United States and the British Commonwealth in Prophecy. "Pasedena, California: Radio Church of God, 1954.
Armstrong, Herbert W. "Who Will Rule Space? "Pasadena, California: Radio Church of God, 1960.
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1-7 Bartholomew, Paul C. and Pettengill, Samuel B. For Americans Only. New York, New York: Nesterman Publishing Company, Inc., 1944.
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1-8 Birnie, Helen Wood. The Broken Wall. Waterloo, Iowa: Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1955.
Birnie, Helen Wood. "The Story of Helen and Kate." Tulsa, Oklahoma: Christian Crusade, ND.
Blough, Roger M."The Great Myth." Broadway, New York: Public Relations Department, August 8, 1959.
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1-9 Brinkman, Oscar H.America's Choice: Freedom or Slavery. San Antonio, Texas: American Publishing Company, 1956.
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1-10 Cameron, W. J. A Series of Talks Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour.Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Motor Company, 1934-1935.
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1-11 Cameron, W. J. A Series of Talks Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour.Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Motor Company, 1936-1937.
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1-12 Cameron, W. J. A Series of Talks Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour.Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Motor Company, 1937-1938.
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1-13 Cameron, W. J. A Series of Talks Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour, numbers 1-38. Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Motor Company, 1938-1939.
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1-14 Cameron, W. J. A Series of Talks Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour, numbers 1-31. Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Motor Company, 1939-1940.
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1-15 Cameron, W. J. A Series of Talks Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour, numbers 1-32. Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Motor Company, 1940-1941.
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1-16 Cameron, W. J. A Series of Talks Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour, numbers 1-23. Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Motor Company, 1941-1942.
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1-17 Cantelon, Willard. "The New World Money System."Independence, Missouri: Gospel Tract Society, Inc., April 21, 1971.
Childs, Marquis W. "They Hate Rossevelt."New York, New York: Harper and Brothers, 1936.
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1-18 The Citizens Advisory Committee on Revison of the Constitution of Texas. Interium Report to the 56th Legislature and the People of Texas. NP: March 1, 1959.
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1-19 Cox, Earnest, Sevier. White American: The American Racial Problem as Seen in a Worldwide Perspective.Los Angeles, California: The Noontide Press, 1966.
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1-20 Dall, Curtis B.F.D.R.: My Exploited Father-in-Law.Washington, D.C.: Action Associates, 1968.
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1-21 Daniel, Carey. " Let's Get the United States Out of the United Nations. " NP, ND.
Davidson, Alan L."Vietnam: When Terror is not Statistics."Belmont, Massachusetts: American Opinion, February 1968.
Dies, Martin. Address delivered by author in San Antonio, Texas on May 17, 1951.
Eastland, James O."We've Reached Era of Judicial Tyranny." Address delivered by author in Jackson, Mississippi on December 1, 1955.
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1-22 Edwards, Lee. Reagan: A Political Biography.San Diego, California: Viewpoint Books, 1967.
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1-23 Evans, Medford. The Usurpers: The Men Who Rule American - An Appeal to Those They Rule, Dean Rusk, Walt Rostow, Robert McNamara.Boston, Massachusetts: Western Island Publishers, 1968.
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1-24 Flynn, John T."The Hand in Your Pocket: It's the Little Man Who Pays the Most Income Taxes."New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc., 1956.
Flynn, John T.The Lattimore Story.New York, New York: Devin-Adair Company, 1953.
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1-25 Flynn, John T."McCarthy: His War on American Reds, and the Story of Tose Who Oppose Him."New York, New York: America's Future, Inc., May 3, 1954.
Flynn, John T." Militarism: The New Slavery America."New York, New York: America's Future, Inc., 1955.
Flynn, John T.The Road Ahead to Socialism.New York, New York: The Devin-Adair Company, 1949.
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1-26 Fox, Victor, J.The Pentagon Case.New York, New York: Freedom Press, 1959.
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1-27 Franklin, Jay and Kluckhorn, Frank. The Drew Pearson Story.Chicago, Illinois: Chas. Hallberg and Company, 1967.
" The Fundamental Issue: A Brief Against The Third Term. "Houston, Texas: The Young Company Brief Printers, N.D.
Gannett, Frank. " The American Constitution and It's Significance in These Critical Times," from Congressional Record, October 10, 1945.
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1-28 Garman, W.O.H."What Is Wrong With the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A."New York, New York: American Council of Christian Churches, 1957.
Garrison, Omar V.The Dictocrats: Our Unelected Rulers. Chicago, Illinois: Books for Today, Ltd., 1970.
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2-1 Democratic National Committee. "Better Opportunities for Older People: Johnson-Humphrey For The U.S.A." Washington, D.C.: Democratic National Committee, 1964.
Democratic National Committee . "For Peace With Security: Johnson Humphrey For the U.S.A."Washington, D.C.: Democratic National Committee, 1964.
Geddes, Donald Porter. Franklin Delano Roosevelt: A Memorial.Chicago, Illinois: Pitman Publishing Corporation, 1945.
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2-2 Goff, Kenneth. Brain-Washing: A Synthesis of the Russian Textbook and Psychopolitics. Fort Worth, Texas: Truth, Inc., N.D.
Goldwater for President Committee. "Senator Goldwater Speaks Out On The Issues." Washington, D.C.: Goldwater for President Committee, 1964.
Gordon, Rosalie M. "The MacArthur-Korea Story."New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc., 1961.
Gordon, Rosalie M." What's Happened to Our Schools?"New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc., 1966.
Gumar, David Emerson. "Clenched Fist: A History of the Communist Salute."Belmont, Massachusetts: American Opinion, January 22, 1971.
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2-3 Hargis, Billy James. The Far Left. Tulsa, Oklahoma: Christian Crusade publication, 1964.
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2-4 Hargis, Billy James. "The National Council of churches Indicts itself on 50 Counts of Treason to God and Country!" Tulsa, Oklahoma: Christian Crusade Publication, N.D.
Harper, F. A. "Gaining the Free Market." Irvington-on-Hudson, New York: The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc., June 1952.
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2-5 Harper, F. A. Liberty: A Path to Its' Recovery. Irvington-on-Hudson, New York: The Foundation for Economic Education, 1949.
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2-6 Harwood, E. C. What Will Deflation or More Inflation Mean to You? Great Barrington, Massachusetts: American Institute for Economic Research, 1955.
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2-7 Herbert, Hazel Barbour. "I Believe in America." National Broadcasting Company, 1941.
Hodson, Geoffrey. "America: Birthplace of a New Race." Ojai, California: Mother's Research Group, Theosophical Society in America, 1953.
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2-8 Horner, I. V. "The National Council of Christian Churches." Los Angeles, California: Christian Nationalist Crusade, N.D.
Johnson, Manning. Color, Communism, and Common Sense.New York, New York: The Stuyvesant Press Corporation, May 1958.
Johnson for President. "Peace, Justice, Prosperity: Johnson for President." Los Angeles, California: Johnson for President, and San Francisco, California: Johnson for President, 1964.
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2-9 Kamp, Joseph P."They Must Think That Most Members of Congress Are Crazy."New Fairfield, Connecticut: Headlines, June 1969.
Kenan, H. S.The Federal Reserve Bank.Los Angeles, California: The Noontide Press, 1966.
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2-10 King, Willford I. The Keys to Prosperity.New York, New York: The Constitution and Free Enterprise Foundation, 1948.
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2-11 Kingdon, Frank. "That Man" in the White House: You and Your President.New York, New York: Arco Publishing Company, 1944.
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2-12 Kirkpatrick, Frank. "TAW, The American Way: The Constitution."Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Volume 1 (No.13), November 1955.
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2-13 Kluckhorn, Frank L.Lyndon's Legacy.Derby, Connecticut: Monarch Books, Inc. 1964.
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2-14 Leavitt, C. Franklin. "You and Your Unsuspected Powers."New York, New York: Books of Merit, Inc., 1921.
"The Legacy of George Seay."Washington, D.C.: National Right to Work Foundation, May 22, 1974.
Lewis, Fulton, Jr."A GATT In YourRibs."Washinton, D.C.: Fulton Lewis, Jr. Publications, 1956.
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2-15 Liberty Lobby. "America First: The Mid-East Problem In the Light of America's Traditional Policy of Non-Intervention."Washington, D.C.: Liberty Lobby, N.D.
Liberty Lobby. "Liberty Lobby Testimony Presented Before Congress."Washington, D.C.: Liberty Lobby, January 1, - May 31, 1968.
Liberty Lobby. "Liberty Lobby Testimony Presented Before Congress."Washington, D.C.: Liberty Lobby, Reports Issued After May 31, 1968.
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2-16 Liberty Lobby. Special Report: Robert Strange McNamara, The True Story of Dr. Strangebob.Washington, D.C.: Liberty Lobby, 1967.
McBirnie, W. S. "The Truth Today About The World Council of Churches."Independence, Missouri: Gospel Tract Society, Inc., 1972.
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2-17 McCarthy, Joe. McCarthyism: The Fight For America.New York, New York: The National Weekly, Inc., 1952.
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2-18 McIntire, Carl. "The National Council of Churches."Collingswood, New Jersey: Christian Beacon Press, January 2, 1958.
Manion, Clarence. "To The Republic 'One Nation Under God."South Bend, Indiana: The Manion Forum, 1968.
Marsden, Victor E. "Protocals of The Learned Elders of Zion."Los Angeles, California: Christian Nationalist Crusade, N.D.
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2-19 Maury, Reuben. "The Methods of The Enemey."New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc., N.D.
"Metro: A Socialist Scheme to Destroy Local Self Government. "New Orleans, Louisiana: The Independent American, 1959.
Mize, Sydney C."The Evers Opinion."Washington, D.C.: National Putnam Letters Committee, 1964.
Moreel, Ben. "Religion in American Life, A Layman's Appraisal."Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation, Public Relations Department, 1955.
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2-20 Neef, Mary K.From Savage to Superman.Wheaton, Illinois: The Theosophical Press, 1938.
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2-21 Nicklin, J. Bernard. The Great Tribulation. London, England: The Covenant Publishing Company, Ltd., 1942.
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2-22 O'Kent, Barry. War Takes a Holiday.Los Angeles, California: The Publishers Press, 1945.
Orton, Jesse F. Debunking The Poll-Tax Assault. Jackson Heights, New York: Committee for Constitutional Government, 1944.
"Oxford, A Warning for Americans." Jackson, Mississippi: Mississippi State Junior Chamber of Commerce, October 1962.
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2-23 Pollock, Leland W."The Great Discovery." Boston, Massachusetts: The Self-Improvement League, 1925.
Pollock, Leland W."The Secret of Life." Boston, Massachusetts: The Self-Improvement League, 1923 and 1924.
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2-24 Putman, Carleton. "The Road to Reversal." (An Address delivered before the Fifth Annual Attorney General's Conference for District AttorneysState of Louisiana, New Orleans.) Richmond, Virginia: National Putnam Letters Committee, (1968.)
Putnam, Carleton. "These Are the Guilty." (An Address delivered before the Washington Putnam Letters Club.) Richmond, Virginia: National Letters Committee, (1968.)
Putnam, Carleton. "Three Letters on Science and Race."Richmond, Virginia: National Putnam Letters Committee, September 10, 1963; December 3, 1963; December 9, 1963.
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2-25 Putnam, Carleton. Race and Reason: A Yankee View.Washington, D.C.: Public Affairs Press, 1961.
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2-26 Rafferty, Max. "Our School Today: As They Are; As They Should Be."New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc., 1965.
Rafferty, Max. "Progressive Education: The Lively Corpse." (A speech delivered at the Fifth Anniversary Conference of the Reading Reform Foundation.) New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc., Speech delivered on August 4, 1966.
Reece, B. Carroll. "The Ford Fund for the Republic." (A speech delivered before the 84th Congress, First Session.) Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing office, 1955,
(Speech delivered on July 21, 1955.)
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2-27 Report by the Committee on Internal Security, House of Representatives, Ninety-First Congress, Second Session. "Report of Inquiry Concerning Speakers' Honoraria at Colleges and Universities."Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970.
Report of the Forty-Second American Assembly. "Prisoners In America."Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1972.
Reuther, Walter. "Walter Reuther's Secret Memorandum." Foreward by Billy James Hargis. Tulsa, Oklahoma: Christian Crusade Publications, (1973.)
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2-28 Rituals of the Sovereign Camp, Woodmen of the World.Omaha, Nebraska: Beacon Press Print, 1897.
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2-29 Roberts, Arch E."The Anatomy of A Revolution."Fort Collins, Colorado: Committee to Restore the Constitution, (pp. 1-36), 1968.
Roberts, Arch E. Victory Denied...Why Your Son Faces Death in "No Win Wars."Chicago, Illinois: Charles Halberg and Company, 1966.
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2-30 Rusher, William A.The Making of the New Majority Party.Ottawa, Illinois: Green Hill Publishers, 1975.
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2-31 Schlafly, Phyllis and Ward, Chester. The Betrayers.Alton, Illinois: Pere Marquette Press, 1968.
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2-32 Schlafly, Phyllis and Ward, Chester. The Gravediggers.Alton, Illinois: Pere Marquette Press, 1964.
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2-33 Schlafly, Phyllis. Safe - Not Sorry.Alton, Illinois: Pere Marquette Press, 1967.
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2-34 " Some Facts About The Foundation For Economic Education."Irvington-on-Hudson, New York: The Foundation For Economic Education, 1949.
Special Committee on Economics of Law Practice. "Lawyer's Economic Problems and Soe Bar Association Solutions." N.P.: Bancroft-Whitney Co...The Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, N.D., Series pamphlet (No.2.)
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2-35 " Urban Renewal: A Socialist Scheme to Confiscate Private Property."New Orleans, Louisiana: The Independent American, 1959.
The Wisdom of Ingersoll. Edited by Julius E. Haldeman. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, Co., N. D.
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3-1 du Berrier, Hilarie. "Labor's International Network."New Orleans, Louisiana: A Conservative Society of America Publication, 1962.
The Foundation for Economic Education. "The Growth of an Idea."Irvington-on-Hudson, New York: August, 1954.
Gibson, J. C."The Legal and Moral Basis of Right to Work Laws." (An Address before the Section of Labor Relations Law, American Bar Association.) N. P.: Address given in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 23, 1955.
"A Handbook of Practice in State Courts in Harris County." Prepared and edited by: Katz, Marvin M., James E. Brill, and others. N. P.: May 3, 1962.
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3-2 Holman, Frank E. "Primer on "Treaty Law" and the Bricker Amendment." N. P.: December 3, 1953.
McGregor, T. H. "Ex Parte A. E. Heidingsdelder; In the Court of Criminal Appeals to the October Term A.D. 1918;"Austin, Texas: Forum Printing Company, N. D
McGregor, T. H."Reprint of Addresses of Judge Nelson Phillips and Judge H. M. Garwood in Opposition to Bills to Abolish Requirement for Unanimity in Verdicts." N. P.: 1943.
National Shorthand Reporters Association. "Making the Record."New Brunswick, New Jersey: Copyright 1953.
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3-3 Powell, Ben H."The Texas Bar Association: Its Past, Present and Future." N. P.: Annual Address, June 29, 1939.
"Rules of the District Courts of Harris County, Texas." N. P.: July 1947.
Schwarz, Fred. The Communist Interpretation of Peace.Waterloo, Iowa: Morris Printing Company, 1953.
Schwarz, Fred. "The Heart, Mind, and Soul of Communism."Waterloo, Iowa: N. D.
Shivers Allan. "The Choice: Nationalization or Private Enterprise."Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Decembere 3, 1954.
Smith, Gerald L. K."24 Great Issues."Los Angeles, California: Christian Nationalist Crusade, N. D.
Smith, Gerald L. K."We Are in Trouble!!! The Crisis from A to Z."Los Angeles, California: Christian Nationalist Crusade, November 10, 1963.
Solzhenitsym, Aleksandy I."America We Beg You to Interfere."Wheaton, Illinois: Church League of America, August 1975.
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3-4 Stang, Alan. It's Very Simple.Boston, Massachusetts: Western Islands Publishers, 1965.
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3-5 Steffgen, Kent H.The Bondage of the Free.Berkeley, California: Vanguard Books, 1966.
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3-6 Stomer, John A. None Dare Call It Treason.Florissant, Missouri: Liberty Bell Press, 1964.
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3-7 Storey, Robert Gerald. "Lawyers In Modern Society." (President's Annual Address and Report.) N. P.: Address delivered on June 30, 1949.
Sumners, Hatton W. "Our Choice: Decentralization of Government by a Centralized Bureaucracy."Washington, D. C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1946.
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3-8 Synon, John J.George Wallace: Profile of a Presidential Candidate.Kilmarnock, Virginia: MS, Inc., 1968.
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3-9 Thompson, Ernest O."The Development of the Market Demand Law in Texas as Applied to the Conservation of Oil and Gas." (An Address before the State Bar of Texas. Mineral Section, San Antonio, Texas.) N. P.: Address delivered on July 7, 1950.
"Under Seige: The Story of the Assault on Academic Freedom."Fairfax, Virginia: National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Inc., 1976.
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3-10 Vernard, Wickliffe B."The Enemy Within."Boston, Massachusetts: Forum Publishing Company, . N. D
Vernard, Wickliffe B.The Federal Reserve Corporation.Boston, Massachusetts: Meador Publishing Company, 1957.
Vernard, Wickliffe B."50 Years of Treason in 100 Acts."Boston, Massachusetts: Forum Publishing Company, 1964.
Vernard, Wickliffe B."50 Years of Treason in 100 Acts."Hawthorne, California: Omni Publications, 1973.
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3-11 Walker, A. W. Jr. The Texas Relinquishment Act. Received by John Anthony, November 15, 1949.
"The Washington Monument."Washington, D. C.: The Welfare and Recreational Association of Public Buildings and Grounds, Inc., 1932.
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3-12 Welch, Robert. The Blue Book of the John Birch Society. N. P.: The John Birch Society, Copyright, 1959.
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3-13 Welch, Robert. The Politician. Los Angeles, California: Christian Nationalist Crusade, 1963.
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3-14 Welch, Robert. "More Truth About Vietnam."Belmont, Massachusetts: The American Opinion, 1967.
Welch, Robert. "A Touch of Sanity."Belmont, Massachusetts: The American Opinion, 1968.
Welch, Robert. "The Truth About Vietnam."Belmont, Massachusetts: The American Opinion, 1967.
Welch, Robert. "The Truth In Time."Belmont, Massachusetts: The American Opinion, 1966.
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3-15 Wells, H. G. The Country of the Blind. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, N. D. Weltzel, John C. "The United Nations: Myth Versus Reality."New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, Inc., 1964.
"What's Wrong With Unicef?"Collingswood, New Jersey: International Christian Relief, September 18, 1970.
Williams, Robert H."The Anti-Defamation League and Its Use in the World Communist Offensive."Flesherton, Ontario: Canandian Intelligence Publications, 1951.
Wood, Wallis W. "It's Treason! Aid and Comfort to the Vietcong."Belmont, Massachusetts: The American Opinion, May 1968.
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3-16 Wood, Wallis W."Vietnam: While Brave Men Die."Belmont, Massachusetts: The American Opinion, 1967.
Wright, Clyde J. Protocals of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion.Houston, Texas: Pyramid Book Shop, February 1934.
Wright, M. A."Business and Government: A Meaningful Relationship."Houston, Texas: Humble Oil and Refining Company, October 2, 1967.
Zitco, Howard John. "To the Colors."Los Angeles, California: Lemurian Press, 1942.

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Series 2. Writings by Anthony, 1912-1957

Articles by Anthony, class rolls, examinations and notes.
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3-17 Froude, James Anthony. "The Book of Job." With an Introduction and Notes by John R. Anthony. Austin, Texas: The University of Texas, 1912-1913 (2 Copies: 1 handwritten, 1 typed.)
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3-18 Anthony, John R. "Central Administrative Control over Local Government in England." Essay Written for Course in Government. Austin, Texas: The University of Texas, November 11, 1919.
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3-19 Anthony, John R."Efforts of the Federal Supreme Court To Regulate Hours of Labor."Austin, Texas: The University of Texas, February 25, 1920.
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3-20 Anthony, John R."Twenty Years of Service for John R. Anthony: An Address in Response to Mr. Rex Barker's Remarks and Presentation of a Twenty Year Service Button. " April 22, 1949.
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3-21 Class Notes and Roll-Course in Wills. John R. Anthony - Instructor. Houston, Texas: South Texas College of Law, 1954-1955 and 1957.
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3-22 Final Examination - Course in Wills. John R. Anthony - Instructor. Houston, Texas: South Texas College of Law, January 17, 1955 and May 30, 1957 ( 2 copies.)
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3-23 Class Notes and Roll - Course in Corporations. John R. Anthony - Instructor. Houston, Texas: South Texas College of Law, Fall 1956 and Fall 1957.

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Series 3. Subject files, clippings, 1924-1977

Subject files originally creatd by Anthony, containing mainly newspaper clippings. Also present is a biographical sketch and Anthony's obituary.
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4-1-2 Bar Activities: contains newsletters, letters from the Texas State Bar to Anthony, and newspaper clippings all concerning the activities involving the Bar Association. September, 1960-January 1977.
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4-3 Communism: outline by John Anthony on Communist aggression. July 14, 1967.
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4-4-6 Foreign Affairs: newspaper clippings, collected by Anthony, dealking with activities occurring in foreign affairs. December, 1947-November 1975.
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4-7-8 Freedoms Lost: newsletters, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings dealing with individual freedoms that, according to Anthony, have been lost. June 1946-March 1977.
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4-9-10 Great Society: newspaper clippings dealing with riots, poverty, racial issues, and legislative decisions during the 1960's. October, 1957-February 1976.
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4-11 Honors for Traitors: newspaper clippings dealing with people who Anthony considered to be traitors to the U. S. February, 1963-February 1969.
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4-12 Judge's Courts: contains correspondence newspaper clippings dealing with activities concerning judges in the appellate courts, district and criminal district courts, and the Supreme Court. Documents date from October, 1948-January, 1972.
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4-13-14 Miscellaneous newspaper clippings: newspaper clippings concerning the Bricker amendment, incidents of U. S. citizens being tried abroad for alleged offenses, the John Birch Society, and public figures such as McCarthy, Truman, and Eisenhower November, 1944-May 1972.
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4-15 Patriotism: contains miscellaneous pamphlets and newsletters concerning lost freedoms, and two papers written by J. R. Anthony entitled "Citizens Petition to the Congress of the United States of America," and "To Save America." 1959-1976.
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4-16 Personal Miscellaneous: contanis personal notes and letters to Anthony, obituary, and biographical sketch of Anthony, and various publications which include tributes to Anthony. August, 1924-July 1977.
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4-17-20 Public Enemies: contains newspaper clippings, newsletters, and personal notes concerning individuals and groups who, according to Anthony, were public enemies. December, 1947-1976.
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4-21-24 Roosevelt: Pro and Con: newsletters, and newspaper clippings that concern the pros and cons of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt administration. April, 1931-January 1959.
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4-25 States' Rights: contains (1) Address of Governor Ben Laney of Arkansas, at Dallas, Texas; June 26, 1948
(2) Frank M. Dixon Keynote Speech; Birmingham, Alabama, July 17, 1948
(3) Address of Fielding L. Wright, Governor of Mississippi, Accepting States' Rights Democratic Vice-Presidential nomination, at Houston, Texas, August 11, 1948,
(4) Address by J. Strom Thurmond, Governor of South Carolina, Accepting the States' Rights Democratic Nomination for President of hte United States, at Houston, Texas, August 11, 1948,
(5) Address of J. Strom Thurmon, Governor of South Carolina, and States' Rights Democratic Candidate for President of the United States, at Fort Worth, Texas, October 28, 1948.
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4-26-28 Treason: Lyndon B. Johnson: newspaper clippings that give evidence, according to John R. Anthony, of Lyndon Baines Johnson's treason against the United States. December, 1963-September 1972.

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Series 4. Materials on Texas Oil Industry and Probate Laws, 1919-1965

Publications concerning the oil and gas industry, probate laws, and the Texas Probate Code. Includes correspondence, memorandums, bulletins and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company.
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5-1 Baker, Rex G."Laws Affecting the Oil and Gas Industry in the United States." (A Paper Prepared for Delivery at a Meeting of the International Bar Association at the Hague.) N. P.: August, 1948.
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5-2 Gregg, D. H.Outline on Domestic Relations.Houston, Texas: South Texas College of Law, 1947.
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5-3 Gregg, D. H. Outline of Wills and Estates of Descendents.Houston, Texas: South Texas College of Law, 1948.
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5-4 Gregg, D. H.Outline of Wills and Estates of Descendents.Houston, Texas: South Texas College of Law, 1955.
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5-5 Gregg, D. H.Short Summary of Texas Law Relation to Oil and Gas.Houston, Texas: South Texas College of Law, 1946.
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5-6 Joint Committee For Reform of the Texas Probate Laws. Summary of the Proposed Texas Probate Code. N. P.: ND.
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5-7 Leasing and Title Instruction Manual. Compiled by M. C. Rowald. Houston, Texas: Milam C. Rowald, 1944.
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5-8 Mitchell, Arthur.Arthur Mitchell Law Review Series: Wills and Estates of Descendents.Austin, Texas: Hemphill, 1956.
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5-9 Office Manual for Humble Oil and Refining Company containing office instructions, memorandums, and bulletins from September 21, 1936 through April 20, 1945.
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5-10 Rowald, Milam C.Handbook for Landmen.Houston, Texas: Milam C. Rowald, 1952.
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5-11 Small, C. C. Judicial Review of Administrative Orders. N. P.: N.D.
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5-12 Texas Probate Code and Amendments. House Bill Number 14; Senate Bill Number 97. Passed by the Texas House of Representatives and the Texas Senate, March 16, 1955.
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5-13 Texas Probate Code. Revison Project: Sections 248 to 330 and 399 to 414. Revisions suggested by John R. Anthony for Subcommittee Number 4 at Houston, Texas, May 1965.
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5-14 Texas Probate Code: Third Draft. N.P.: 1953, Volume I, Chapters 1-4.
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5-15 Texas Probate Code: Third Draft. N.P.: 1953, Volume III, Chapters 5-6.
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5-16 Texas Probate Code: Third Draft. N.P.: 1953, Volume I, Chapters 7-8.
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5-17 Texas Probate Code: Third Draft. N.P.: 1953, Volume IV, Chapter 9.
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5-18 Texas Supplement on Administration of Estates. Compiled by W. O. Huie. Austin, Texas: Hemphill, 1951.
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5-19 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1919-1929.
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5-20 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1930-1937.
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5-21 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1938 - April 16, 1943.
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5-22 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, April 29, 1943 - July, 1943.
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5-23 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, August, 1943 - December, 1943.
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5-24 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1944.
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5-25 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1945 - May 12, 1947.
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5-26 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, May 13, 1947 - 1950.
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5-27 Correspondence, memorandums, bulletins, and legal documents for Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1952 - 1954.

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