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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Lewis L. Gould Papers, 1839-2015



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Gould, Lewis L.
Title: Gould, Lewis L., Papers
Dates: 1839-2015
Abstract: This collection contains research and publicity material for Lewis L. Gould, as well as correspondence and page proofs for his different publications. Also included are correspondence and bound journals relating to Gould's family, including Robert Autrey, James Gould, Harvey Fisk, May Fisk, and Mary Louisa Fisk.
Accession No.: 2009-212; 2010-218; 2011-097; 2012-230; 2015-218; 2016-027
OCLC No.: 436868683
Extent: 1 ft., 10.6 in.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

After receiving his Ph.D from Yale in 1966, Lewis Ludlow Gould taught history at the University of Texas at Austin until his retirement in 1998. Gould has written and edited numerous articles and books on politics and the American presidency, including The Black Experience in America (co-edited with James C. Curtis in 1968) and American First Ladies (2001).

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Scope and Contents

This collection contains research and publicity material for Lewis L. Gould, as well as correspondence and page proofs for his different publications. Research subjects include Senator William B. Allison (served 1873-1908), lawyer and statesman Alexander Watkins Terrell (1827-1912), African-American history, and politics in America. Included family history materials are adoption papers and an essay titled “Papa Grande” relating to Gould's ancestry. The collection also includes three bound volumes of the Gould family's travel writings and Gould's research materials on family members including Robert Autrey, James Gould, Harvey Fisk, May Fisk, and Mary Louisa Fisk.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Restricted access. Contact repository for further information.

Use Restrictions

Unrestricted use.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Gould, Lewis L. -- Archives.
Allison, William B. (William Boyd), 1829-1908.
Fisk, Harvey Edward, 1856-1944.
Goff, Frances, 1916-1994.
Gould, James, 1770-1838.
Subjects
African Americans -- History.
Places
Texas -- Politics and government -- History.
United States -- Politics and government -- History.

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Related Material

See also The Black Experience in America: Selected Essays Records, 1968-1970.

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Separated Material

Some material has been separated to the Library Unit.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lewis L. Gould Papers, 1839-2015, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

Revised with addition 2009-212 by Laurel Rozema, August 2009.

Subsequent revisions made by Evan Usler, October 2010, April 2011, Maria Soscia, August 2012, Stefanie Lapka, January 2013, Amanda Reyes, January 2015, and Colleen Hobbs, February 2016.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory

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3G14 W. B. Allison materials:
Texas Republican politics, letters, 1900-1903
Texas Democrats, letters, 1902-1903
Cato Sells, letters, 1906-1907
Postmaster Gen. Albert S. Burleson to Sec. of the Navy Josephus Daniels, 1916
Vending machine investigation of the Texas House of Representatives, summary of testimony
Austin (Texas) School Board election, campaign literature, 1972
Henry B. Gonzales speeches on "Sharpstown Follies," 1972
John Silber items, 1971-1972
Austin (Texas) environmental study, 1972
"Building Lyndon Johnson" by David Welsh
Ramparts reprint
Socialist political campaign leaflet, 1972
Sen. Lloyd Benson constituent correspondence regarding telephone industry deregulation, 1983
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3J426 T. W. Gregory letters
Correspondence concerning Republicans in Congress, 1897-1906
Broadsides, 1888-1890
Page proofs for The Black Experience in America
Correspondence, lecture series, "The Negro in American History," March-December 1968
Correspondence related to The Black Experience in America, 1968-1971
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4C521b Reviews, 1996-1997
Writings, 1974-1998
Mei-Mei Lin
Senator Stafford – Highways
Lori Cook, AP
Basu/Senate Publicity
American Passages – Maps
Balance of Power II
Contributors, 2000
American First Ladies, 2nd edition – Publicity, 2000-2001
Two speeches printed in the Congressional Record, 1916
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4Ae93 Dissertations:
Family Papers
Johnson, Roger Taylor. "Charles L. McNary and the Republican Party During Prosperity and Depression." Ph.D diss., University of Wisconsin, 1967
Moore, Betty Jane. "The Majority Leader of the United States Senate: The Leader's Effectiveness as a Major Determinant in the Leadership Model." Ph.D diss., University of Maryland, 1986
Wendell Gordon Materials:
Materials concerning academic freedom controversy, 1942-1946
Correspondence with Wendell Gordon, May-November, 1997
Letter from Jean Joughin concerning Sacco and Vanzetti research, 1987
1968/John Braeman Book, 1990-1994
Frances Goff Project, 1993-1994
Reproductions of images from the Center of American History’s collections used by Gould is his book The Modern American Presidency
Alexander Watkins Terrell Materials, 1998-2005
Correspondence, reviews, and clippings relating to the publication of Gould's book Alexander Watkins Terrell: Civil War Soldier, Texas Lawmaker, and American Diplomat
Correspondence relating to the 75th Anniversary of the University of Texas at Austin, 1958
Letters, 1879, 1903
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2.325/AA20 Lady Bird Johnson Videotapes:
Rough cut, March-May 1997
Fine cut, June 1997
Edit, July 1997
Lady Bird Johnson, June 1997
Lady Bird Johnson Project, Luci Johnson Interview, April 1997
A&E Biography
Interview with Lady Bird Johnson, Oct. 1996
Lady Bird Johnson Project, Stewart Udall Interview, April 1997
The National Building Museum Salutes Ladybird Johnson,
Ladybird and Wildflower Center (2 tapes), Oct. 1996
Misc. Videotapes:
Nash Castro interview, March 1997
George Hartzog interview, March 1997
Interview with Lucinda Robb, Feb. 1997
‘Discovering Madison’
Laurence Rockefeller interview, July 1997
Interview with Cactus Pryor, Oct. 1996
Interviews with Bessabell and Lynda Robb, Jan. 1997
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4Ae93 Frances Goff Permissions
Correspondence
Texas State Historical Association Agreement
PR material
leaflets
newsclippings
Ann Richards Interview (Revision), 1994
Clipping
"The Woman George W. Bush Didn't Marry," March 1999
Roster of the Society of Cincinnati, 2001
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4Jc164 Research materials relating to Gould family members James Gould, Harvey Fisk, and Robert L. Autrey, 1885-2015
Travel writings, 1839-1894
John W. Gould's Private Journal of a Voyage from New York to Rio De Janeiro; Together with a Brief Sketch of his Life, and his Occassional Writings, Printed for private circulation only, 1839
Bound volume, Our Trip to Europe, by May Fisk, No. 1, 1888
Bound volume, "Mary Louisa Fisk, Trip in Europe, 1894," 1894

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