University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Samuel Clark Red Papers, 1885, 1906, 1903.



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Red, Samuel Clark
Title: Samuel Clark Red Papers
Dates: 1885, 1906, 1930
Abstract: Papers contain first bachelors diploma ever issued by the University of Texas.
Accession No.: 91-357
Extent: 3 items
Laguage: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Dr. Samuel Clark Red was a graduate of the University of Texas, having entered when it opened in 1883, and graduated June 17, 1885 with the first Bachelor of Arts degree ever issued by the University. Red was actively engaged in the general practice of medicine and surgery for 52 years.


Scope and Contents

Papers contain diploma issued to Red from the University of Texas as well as a certificate of relative R.F. Miller, which appointed him as Major and Surgeon in the Texas National Guard.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

None


Index Terms

Red, Samuel Clark, 1861-
University of Texas at Austin--History

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Samuel Clark Red Papers, 1885, 1906, 1930, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.


Detailed Description of the Papers

 
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2.325/U509 Bachelor's degree issued to Samuel Clark Red on June 17, 1885



 
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2.325/U509 R.F. Miller certificate appointing him Major and Surgeon in the Texas National Guard by governor S.W.T. Lanham on August 3, 1906



 
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2.325/U509 Copied cover page of book The Medicine Man in Texas, by George Plunkett Red (book was separated to the library collection).