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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the John Nance Garner Papers, 1874-1968



Descriptive Summary

Creator Garner, John Nance, 1868-1967
Title Garner (John Nance) Papers
Dates: 1874-1968
Abstract: The papers document the career of John Nance Garner, including scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence, audio-visual material, news clippings, blueprints, and political cartoons, as well as genealogical information on the Garner family.
Accession No.: 86-261; 2000-26; 2001-094; 2002-124; 2002-131; 2002-147; 2002-202; 2002-204; 2003-110; 2004-037; 2004-206; 2005-041; 2006-248; 2006-249; 2007-151; 2007-179; 2008-073; 2008-205; 2009-224; 2009-264; 2011-091
OCLC No.: 436444648
Extent 12 ft.; manuscript, scrapbooks, sketches, political cartoons, photographs
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

The remarkable life and career of John Nance “Cactus Jack” Garner, the most powerful vice president in U. S. history and the second most powerful politician in the U.S. during the Great Depression of the 1930s, began in Red River County on November 22, 1868. After being admitted to the Texas bar in 1890, he moved to Uvalde for health reasons and married Mariette (Ettie) Reiner, who became his partner and a central influence in his career.

After more than 20 years in the U. S. House of Representatives (two years as its Speaker), Garner served as vice president during Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first two administrations. As vice president, Garner played a critical role in the passage of much of the federal legislation aimed at alleviating or ending the most severe economic crisis in U. S. history. Garner’s influence and power were rooted in his keen knowledge of government and his close friendships with key individuals like Congressman Sam Rayburn; Houstonian Jesse H. Jones, head of the powerful Reconstruction Finance Corporation; and newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst.

In 1940, Garner hoped to succeed Franklin Roosevelt as president. Roosevelt’s decision to seek a third term, however, caused a permanent end to their already strained relationship and resulted in Garner’s decision to retire from public service. Although many emerging Texas politicians sought his counsel, Garner chose a quiet life with his favorite hobbies of hunting and fishing in South Texas. He died on November 7, 1967.

After his wife died in 1948, Garner gave his home in Uvalde in 1952 to the city to be used as the Ettie Garner Public Library. After a new library opened in Uvalde in 1973, the former Garner home became a museum to exhibit materials documenting Garner’s life and career and to educate the public about one of the most important and colorful political figures in Texas and American history. In 1999, the John Nance Garner Museum became a division of the University of Texas Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.

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Scope and Contents

Scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence, audio-visual material, news clippings, blueprints, political cartoons, and genealogical information on the Garner family comprise the John Nance Garner Papers, 1874-1968, documenting the life and career of John Nance Garner. Letter-size photocopies of the political cartoons provide convenient access to the cartoon collection and are available for researcher use. Additionally, the collection includes a transcript and CDs recording a 1960 interview with Garner.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Garner, John Nance, 1868-1967 -- Archives.
Subjects (Organizations)
United States. Congress. House -- History -- 20th century.
United States. Congress. House -- Election districts -- Texas.
Democratic Party (Tex.) -- History -- 20th century.
Subjects
Legislators -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Legislators -- Texas -- History -- 20th century.
Politics, Practical -- Texas -- History -- 20th century.
Political cartoons.
Politicians -- Texas -- History -- 20th century.
Politicians -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States. Congress. House -- Speakers.
Vice-Presidents -- United States.
Places
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Texas -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Uvalde (Tex.)

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Related Material

See also the John Nance Garner Museum.

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Administrative Information

Cite as

John Nance Garner Papers, 1874-1968, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Frances Rodgers, May 1975. Revised by Stefanie Wittenbach and Kari Williams, August 1984, Lynn Bell, June 2002, August-September 2003, March 2004, September 2005.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory

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2.325/D18d Papers
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2.325/OD 9 Architectural blueprints
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2.325/Lo3c Newsclippings
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3J164 Papers
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2D91 Garner Museum transfers to UT, 1999
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3L201 Mr. and Mrs. Garner's Honorary Degrees, Baylor University, 1936
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3S178 Photostat of Law degree diploma, August 26, 1935
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2F302 Letter from Garner to Ralph Yarborough, September 8, 1960
[2009-264]
Letter from Garner to J.E. Webb, San Antonio, November 25, 1911
[2009-264]
Letter to Clarence J. Owens, October 15, 1919
Letter to James B. Wells, April 4, 1922
Letter to Charles Schwager, November 16, 1932
Mrs. (John Nance) Garner, 1932
Scrapbooks:
March, 1933 - December, 1934
December, 1934 - December, 1935
December, 1934 - December, 1935 (2)
December 1935 – December 1938
January 1939 – April 1940
November 1913 – March 1925 [1921- JNG’s 1st speech in Congress]
December 1931 – February 1932
February 1932 – March 1932
March 1 – April 18, 1932
April 18 – May 6, 1932
May 6 – June 25, 1932
June 25 – July 8, 1932
July 8 – September 17, 1932
Sept. 17, 1932 – Nov. 20, 1932
Nov. 20, 1932 – July 2, 1933
December 1934 – December 1935
Letter from Franklin D. Roosevelt, April 21, 1934
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2F303 John Nance Garner:
Letters, 1939 - 1963
Note signed by Garner and Franklin D. Roosevelt as vice president-elect and president-elect (birthday greetings), November 23, 1932
Scrapbooks:
June 1933 – September 1934
Sept. 1934 – March 1936
March 1936 – Nov. 1936
December 1936 – December 1937
Jan. 1938 – December 1938
July 8 – August 1, 1939
January 1939 – January 1940
March 1940 – May 1940
SWTx Jr College
Undated [school child’s project]
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3B24 February 20, 1932 –March 3, 1932
January 1946 – November 1965,
Correspondence to J. Garner
Ledger, 1952-1958
Ledger, 1946-1947
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4Jc170a Telegrams:
90th Birthday
50th Wedding Anniversary/Birthday/Christmas
Condolences, 1967
Birthday
Correspondence, 1960 – 1966
Newsclippings, 1965-1967
Far East Trip:
Inauguration Programs
Post cards, American Mail Line News, China Press Weekly article
Correspondence – Philippines
Invitations, Guest List
Correspondence, 1948-1957
Correspondence, 1958-1959 misc.
Interview with Garner, TX Delegates, post cards
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4Jc170b Museum Correspondence, 1979-1983
Museum visitors’ sign-in log, 1991-1992
Photos, U-Mail, Military Clothing list, Aeronautical Journal
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, Uvalde phone directory (1959), Garner quotes, misc. items
Correspondence: Greeting Cards
U.S. Senate Resolutions re: Garner, 1967 - 1968
Birthday Greetings: Agnes Cotton School, 1965
Typescript of speech to U. S. House of Representatives on the occasion of Garner’s ascendency to the Speaker of the House and Bertrand Snell taking over Garner’s former position as minority leader
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4Jc170c Garner for President: Poem, Newsweek cover 1934, Letter to Rayburn, misc. items
Articles & Interviews with Garner, US News – Political Cartoons
Official Program of Inaugural Ceremonies 1933, Honorary Chairman Certificate
Inauguration, 1933
Inauguration program, 1937
Invitation (bound) to open the World’s Fair, A Century of Progress, Chicago, 1933
Admission pass for Mrs. Garner to the Texas Centennial Exposition, Dallas, 1936
Pocket New Testament found in jacket belonging to Garner
Inaugural invitations,1965, Resolution to honor Garner, 1956
Probate Papers, Inheritance Tax Appraisement
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4Jc170d Atlee Ayres Letters
Ettie Garner: Ettie Garner’s counterpane pattern; Letters from Ettie, 1893-1894
Reiner Family Papers: Land deeds, 1874-79; Ettie’s commencement, 1887
Printed materials, 1930s
List of invitations
Congressional Record re: Garner’s death, 1967
Correspondence and printed material, 1901 –-1939, undated
Sheet music, 1936-1939
Ephemera, miscellaneous printed materials
Correspondence, re: death of Garner, 1967
Dedication of Historical Marker
TX Congressional Delegation – miscellaneous, Proclamation No. 16785
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4Jc171 Funeral guestbook, “Inscribed memories,” November 1967
Congressional Record, 1967
Political cartoons (photocopies of originals at the Garner Museum)
National Democratic Convention Official Souvenir Program, 1928
The Democratic Party Book (Pres. Jefferson-Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt), 1801-1936
Scrapbooks, Garner and Uvalde, 1930s
Uvalde County Historical Survey committee and Dedication of the Texas Historical Marker of the Garner Memorial Building, Nov. 22, 1965
Garner’s birthday telegrams, 1958-1959
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4N41b Scrapbooks
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4N41c Scrapbooks: Philippines
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2W56 Photographs, oversize
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2W61 Photographs, oversize
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2W62 Photographs, oversize
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3S110.1 Photographs (black and white prints, 2 tintypes)
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3X136 Photographs
Black and white print of John Nance Garner and Will Rogers, autographed by both men [AR 2009-224]
Black and white print of John Nance Garner, Mrs. Garner, their son Tully and his wife, and their grand daughter Genevieve [AR 2012-039], 1933
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3S139 Oversize photograph [Garner and Will Rogers]
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3S137 Photograph album
See also Prints and Photograph Collection:
John Nance Garner
Mrs. John Nance Garner
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2W94 Sketches and drawings (political cartoons):
H-410-177
The Texas Sphinx, Dunning
H-410-178
By Heck! Harder than I reckoned it would be to keep my mind on fishing!, Berryman
H-410-179
All right, Cowboy, now let’s see you ride ‘im!, Berryman
H-410-180
Why shucks, Chief, they said you’d make grass grow in the streets and you can’t even make it grow on the White House lawn , Berryman
H-410-181
Leap year , Manning
H-410-183
A Nance in His Pants
H-410-183B
In Nance’s Pantry, Manning
H-410-184
In the Spring
H-410-185
Another Foolish Vote Getting Idea, Jerry Costello, Albany Evening News
H-410-187
Openwide
H-410-188
If You Want Any Nuggets
H-410-190
The President Refuses
H-410-193
I’ll Take the Wheel, Nick, Knott
H-410-194
Don’t Look Now, Manning
H-410-195
Says the Sit-Down Man to the Cactus, Manning
H-410-196
Bantie, Manning
H-410-199
New Blood in the Game, Knott
H-410-201
No I’m Not Hunting
H-410-202
Reckless Mountain Boys, Manning
H-410-203
The Sphinx of Uvalde, Knott
H-410-204
Going Somewhere on his Own Hoss, Knott
H-410-205
44 Convention Votes, Knott
H-410-206
The Test, Knott
H-410-207
Dear Mr. Speaker, National Tribune
H-410-208
Can He Sell the Old Man?, Knott
H-410-209
Them That Has
H-410-210
John, they aren’t Mates!, Dallas Journal, Patton
H-410-212
The “Stop-Roosevelt” Movement, Knott
H-410-213
Homekeeping Hearts are Happiest, Knott
H-410-214
The Easter Parade, Gregg
H-410-215
That Whiskey Drinking Evil Old Man, Elderman
H-410-216
Democratic Spring Headgear
H-410-217
Kind of Flatters Pat, Manning
H-410-218
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Berryman
H-410-219
The 1932 Presidential Derby in On!, Berryman
H-410-220
I Know My Stuff, Mac, Berryman
H-410-221
Toughest Campaign I’ve Ever Been In, Berryman
H-410-222
Telling Texas!, Berryman
H-410-223
Are You Wet or Dry?, Berryman
H-410-224
House See-Sawing!, Berryman
H-410-225
All Set for the New Deal , Berryman
H-410-226
Ajax!, Berryman
H-410-227
Wish He Didn’t Have to Jump It, Berryman
H-410-228
Jack, Ol’ Dear, I Just Can’t Do It!, Berryman
H-410-229
By Heck! A Bunch of These New Senators Must Be Usin’ It, Berryman
H-410-230
An’ They Thought I’d be Spendin’ my Vacations Eatin’ & Speakin’ Roun’ the Country! I Reckon Not!, Berryman
H-410-231
Vice President Garner Says He Will Not be Back to Work Til After Christmas, Berryman
H-410-232
Only a Lone Star Nightmare!, Berryman
H-410-234
Jack, You Said We Needn’t Look For Much From That End of the Building, Berryman
H-410-236
Waiting for Orders, Berryman
H-410-237
If They Had Uncle Sam’s Constitution They Couldn’t Do It, Berryman
H-410-238
Stock Market Takes Nose Dive, Berryman
H-410-239
Debt Payment Controversy, Berryman
H-410-240
On the Budget Balancing Farm, Berryman
H-410-241
Budget Balancing Bay, Berryman
H-410-242
Jack, You’ve Gotta Take Care of My Boy—That Guy Can’t Do All the Work, Berryman
H-410-243
Only Thing He Lost Was His Tongue, Berryman
H-410-244
They Have Much Quicker Service Over There!, Berryman
H-410-246
I Never Cared For Publicity Anyhow!, Berryman
H-410-247
I Like This New Deal. Remember How V.P. Dawes and V.P. Curtis Had To Work During Fall Campaigns?, Berryman
H-410-248
Hell’s Bells! Looks Like a Rival For My Job , Berryman
H-410-249
That’s a Good Disguise, Wish I Could Make Up So That Folks Wouldn’t Recognize Me! , Berryman
H-410-250
Our Vice-President in the Orient, Berryman
H-410-251
Under the Dome , Berryman
H-410-252
I Hope the Ol’ Girl Doesn’t Get Stung!, Berryman
H-410-253
The Good Story!, Berryman
H-410-254
President Roosevelt Yields Air Waves to G.O.P, Berryman
H-410-255
Charlie, I Just Fished, Didn’t Make Any Noise An’ They Bit Just Fine, Berryman
H-410-256
Me Thinks Mine Must Be the Most Changeable of Mugs, Berryman
H-410-257
Democratic House Majority, Berryman
H-410-259
Budget Balancing, Berryman
H-410-260
Garner and Roosevelt Boom , Berryman
H-410-261
I Can Think of Better Ways to Pass th’ Summer Than Being the Senate’s Chronic Audience, Berryman
H-410-262
Another Democratic Difference , Berryman
H-410-264
Garner Carries California by 45,000 Over Roosevelt , Berryman
H-410-265
Now I Reckon They’ll Stop Talking About That V.P. Obscurity Stuff!, Berryman
H-410-266
Democratic National Publicity Bureau Announces that the Vice-President Will Make a Speech or Give an Interview in September, Berryman
H-410-267
Oh, Horrors! I Just Dreamed There Was a Senate Tie-vote and I was Asleep at the Hotel, Berryman
H-410-268
Texas P.O. Patronage, Berryman
H-410-269
House Democratic Majority, Berryman
H-410-270
House Sales Tax Rodeo, Berryman
H-410-271
G.O.P. Labor Days, Berryman
H-410-272
Jack Garner in a Hot Corner!, Berryman
H-410-273
Talking of Thanksgiving Turkey!, Berryman
H-410-274
Gosh! It Buzzes All by Itself, Berryman
H-410-275
Isn’t It Nice That We Don’t Have to Say Anything?, Berryman
H-410-276
I Wouldn’t Have Believed Jack Would Ask Such Embarrassing Questions!, Berryman
H-410-277
Fish Bite Best When It’s Quiet!, Berryman
H-410-278
Did You See This, Jack?, Berryman
H-410-279
Harpo Marx After 30 Year Silence Decides to Say Something, Berryman
H-410-280
I’m Not Gonna Play With You Anymore, Berryman
H-410-282
Garner Speakership Corral, Berryman
H-410-283
Hallowe’en, Berryman
H-410-284
Flying High, Berryman
H-410-285
The Never Say Die Spirit, Berryman
H-410-286
The Late Chauncey Olcott Had a Great Hobby of Collecting Old Wooden Indian Cigar Signs So Much in Use Years Ago , Berryman
H-410-287
We Have Lots of Things You Like, Berryman
H-410-288
House Organization Clover Field, Berryman
H-410-289
Wild Hog Shooting Has Become a Popular Sport in the Lone Star State, Berryman
H-410-292
Easter Eggs, Berryman
H-410-293
Mr. Garner was Deer Hunting Yesterday, Berryman
H-410-295
They All Keep Fresh and They Won’t Spoil, Berryman
H-410-296
You Fellows Go On Home It’s Peace and Quiet He Wants , Berryman
H-410-298
Which Side Are You Gonna Mount Him From Jim?, Berryman
H-410-299
For the Royal Garden Party, Berryman
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2W95 H-410-300
Newspapers Say the Voters Are Tired of So Much Speaking in This Campaign , Berryman
H-410-301
Ah, Ha! A Real Texas Jack Rabbit, Berryman
H-410-302
Come On Boys! I Ain’t Afraid Of Any Imaginary Or Any Other Line!
H-410-303
Why Not Give The Speaker Something To Do?
H-410-304
I Know You Can Talk , Berryman
H-410-305
Pictorial Political News Bulletin, Berryman
H-410-306
The Oculist, Berryman
H-410-308
Relief Appropriation, Berryman
H-410-309
The Sphinx of the 1938 Political Campaign, Berryman
H-410-310
We’re Being Watched to See If We Keep That Cooperation Pledge , Berryman
H-410-311
Legislative Cooperation , Berryman
H-410-312
Mr. Garner Finally Yields To Temptations and Accepts Honorary Degree From Baylor University, Berryman
H-410-313
During the Recess, Berryman
H-410-314
Gov. Roosevelt Will Claim That Hoover is the Radical, Berryman
H-410-315
The Evening Star Marathon 2 p.m. Tomorrow, Berryman
H-410-316
Fifteenth Texas Congressional District Nomination , Berryman
H-410-317
The Recent Presidential Fight Was Never As Hot As This!, Berryman
H-410-318
Chairman Democratic National Campaign—New York Headquarters, Berryman
H-410-319
Roosevelt and Garner Make Grand Political Slam!, Berryman
H-410-320
Speaking of Sphinxes, Berryman
H-410-321
Chief How About Cutting Out Our Extra Dinners This Year?, Berryman
H-410-322
Nothing Less Than a $500,000,000 Tax Cut For Us, Berryman
H-410-323
We’ve Got To Hand It To Him, He’s Not Yes Man, Berryman
H-410-325
Upon What Meat Doth This Our Caesar Feed, That He Is Grown So Great?, Berryman
H-410-326
Congressional Death Notice, Berryman
H-410-327
We’re Going To Have Trouble With Those Youngsters If We’re Not Careful, Berryman
H-410-328
Enough To Melt A Heart Of Stone, Berryman
H-410-329
Worth Two In The Bush!, Berryman
H-410-330
Franklin D. Roosevelt and of New York, Berryman
H-410-331
Democratic Presidential Nomination—With Kindest Regards to the Vice President , Berryman
H-410-332
Anti-Repeal and Pro-Repeal, Berryman
H-410-333
Auntie, There’s One That Has Absolutely No Strings Attached , Berryman
H-410-334
Anti-Third Term Primary, Berryman
H-410-335
1940 Candidate For President, Berryman
H-410-336
The Boy Stood On The Burning Deck, Berryman
H-410-337
A Study In Contrast Down Mexico Way, Berryman
H-410-338
Anti-Third Term, Berryman
H-410-339
Speaking of Hairbreadth Conditions, Berryman
H-410-340
By Heck Nobody Ever Made Them Soft Pedal!, Berryman
H-410-341
New Deal News, Berryman
H-410-342
Gee! That Feels Good!, Berryman
H-410-343
Embargo Off! Go To It! (1940 Just Around the Corner), Berryman
H-410-344
On The Senatorial Diamond, Berryman
H-410-345
After An Enthusiastic Report To The President On The Accomplishment Of The Extra Session! , Berryman
H-410-346
That Hot Spot!, Berryman
H-410-347
Job Holding Delegates Patronage, Berryman
H-410-348
A Great Naturalist, Berryman
H-410-349
Can’t ‘Oo Talk Any More?, Berryman
H-410-350
Protection Tariff, Berryman
H-410-352
Illinois Primary , Berryman
H-410-353
Carter Glass Says After All’s Said and Done About The Third Term—He Is A Democrat and Will Vote For F.D.R., Berryman
H-410-354
Speaking of One Man Cars, Berryman
H-410-355
Next Prosperity Just Around The Wings, Berryman
H-410-356
Recent Senate Democratic Harmony, Berryman
H-410-357
I Don’t Like To Oppose Farley But I’d Make Even A Sorrier Spectacle Ridin’ Roun’ The Country On A Jackass!, Berryman
H-410-358
W.P.A. Relief , Berryman
H-410-359
Convening Of The 76th Congress, Berryman
H-410-360
The Congressional Cherubs , Berryman
H-410-361
Garner Boom, Berryman
H-410-364
So Long Fellers Sorry You Can’t Go Places, Berryman
H-410-365
I Might Be Willing To Run With The Great Texan, Berryman
H-410-366
Wisconsin Bulletin—The President Still Favorite But Garner Polls Enough To Ruin His Chances, Berryman
H-410-367
Still Waiting for “His Master’s Voice”, Berryman
H-410-368
The “I’ve Been Bitten By John L. Lewis Club", Berryman
H-410-370
Cute! But Not The Type , Van Baker
H-410-371
Tight Skates and Thin Ice, Van Baker
H-410-372
Sloppy Minded, Van Baker
H-410-375
All Ready And Waiting With A Burr Under The Saddle, Carey Orr
H-410-376
He’s Started Something, Carey Orr
H-410-377
America’s Champion Hog Caller, Carey Orr
H-410-379
Roll Along Little Dogies, Roll Along!, Kiser
H-410-380
Shake Pardner, Kiser
H-410-381
Wanted: A New Bed Time Story, Kiser
H-410-384
Cactus Jack’s Easter Egg, Fred O. Seibel
H-410-385
If You Can’t Brand ‘Em Bulldog, S.J. Ray
H-410-386
The Spirit of ’76, S.J. Ray
H-410-390
Ride ‘Em Cowboy, S.J. Ray
H-410-391
The Little Man With The Big Shadow, Jack Burnett
H-410-392
1939 Political Show, Herbert Block
H-410-394
In The Department of Labor Classroom, Hungerford
H-410-395
Washington Nursery Rhyme, Hungerford, Pittsburgh Post
H-410-396
Snow White Garner, Hungerford
H-410-397
Score Budget Cuts, Karl Kae Knecht
H-410-398
Ohio Favorite Son, Knecht
H-410-399
Our First President—Our Next , Knecht
H-410-400
The Texas Way of Garnering Them, Knecht
H-410-401
50th Anniversary, Knecht
H-410-402
Politics Make Strange Buddies , Thomas, Detroit News
H-410-403
I Know When A Critter Needs A Rest, Thomas
H-410-405
Getting’ So A Fellow Can’t Even Fish, Sparling
H-410-406
They’ll Be Comin Round The Mountain, Shoemaker
H-410-407
If It Isn’t Too Much To Ask, Talburt
H-410-409
Another Bull and Bear Movement!, Parrish
H-410-412
This Is Gonna Be Good!, Chas G. Werner
H-410-414
Cactus Jack Rides Again!, Atel
H-410-416
Teacher’s Pet!
H-410-417
Rocking the Throne!
H-410-418
This Is What He Meant, Gregg
H-410-419
He’s Welcome To Ride If He’s Traveling Our Way!, Davenport
H-410-420
Ole Cactus Jack Comes Gallopin’ Back!
H-410-421
Sunkist, Clubb
H-410-422
The Jack of Hearts
H-410-423
Happy Jack Garner Dem., Texas, Pattoni
H-410-426
It May Prove Embarrassing, Bill
H-410-427
For Some Good Little Democrats, Potters
H-410-428
He Means It!, Pattoni
H-410-430
Saved From Himself, Sykes
H-410-431
Wet or Dry?, Chasebel
H-410-433
Up To The Speakership, Shafel
H-410-434
He’ll Swat That Fly No Matter Where It Lights, Jerry Doyle
H-410-436
The Next Horizon, Bateman
H-410-437
The Cowboy, Shafer
H-410-438
Throwing Out The First Boom, Bateman
H-410-440
The President’s Dinner For the Vice President
H-410-441
Whose Tiger Is It?, Mac
H-410-442
The Political Rodeo, Summers
H-410-443
Illinois Roosevelt Vote, Luie Pease
H-410-444
Hold It Tight Jack
H-410-445
Getting Louder, Luie Pease
H-410-446
Make Up Your Minds!, Patton
H-410-448
Will He Drink?, Elderman
H-410-457
The Indispensable “Forgotten Man”
H-410-459 Playin’ Em Close To The Vest!
H-410-465
Carefully Considered Comics, Berryman
H-410-466
Speakership Machine, Berryman
H-410-467
Modern Rip Van Winkle, Dunning
H-410-468
Speaker’s Machine 1931, Berryman
H-410-469
Jefferson Day Dinner 1932, Faulkner
Unnumbered sketches 1-10
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2.325/F263 Photocopies of political cartoons, H-410-177 through H-410-469 and unnumbered sketches (access copy for researcher use)
Garner interview transcript and audio (3 CDs), 1960
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2W96 Oversize sketches
H-410-373
It Has Been Ridden To Death, John!, Gale
H-410-439
Race Between The Hare and The Turtle, A. Uverra
H-410-449
Stopping the Runaway, Westerman
H-410-453
Checking In!
H-410-454
Men Lewis Hates Club, Little
H-410-455
Why Johnny, What On Earth Have You Been Doing?
H-410-456
Ouch!
H-410-458
Puny Politics
H-410-460
Peek-A-Boo “Straddlebug”
H-410-461
The Latest Bear Movement
H-410-463
He’d Be Sager In Front Of It, Harper
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2.116/OD1199 H-410-452
Might Be A Right Neighborly Offer
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2.116/OD1199 Unlabeled poster “Delegates,” Mahon
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3X130 Videotapes
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2X81c Audio: Center for American History exhibit opening program, 2002-2003
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2X289 AudioVisual
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SRH John Nance Garner portrait [4th floor west wall]
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2.325/R74 33LP recording of “John Nance Garner, An American Statesman from Uvalde/ LANDMARKS IN THE HISTORY OF TEXAS,” and small plastic canister with 35mm (?) filmstrip, in original cardboard mailing box.
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2.325/C4 VHS videotape duplicate of filmstrip: “John Nance Garner, An American Statesman from Uvalde/ LANDMARKS IN THE HISTORY OF TEXAS”
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2X74d DVD: "Garner Memorial Museum newsreel footage from 1930s - 4 clips," original in box 3X130

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