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A Guide to the Dudley R. Dobie, Jr., Papers, 1990-1992, undated
A native of San Marcos, Texas, attorney Dudley Richard Dobie, Jr. (b. 1939) is the son of Deborah Galbreath and Dudley Richard Dobie, Sr., the cousin of folklorist J. Frank Dobie. From the University of Texas at Austin (UT), he earned a B.S. degree in 1960 and a J.D. in 1964. As of 2011, he is a partner in the law firm of Brorby, Crozier & Dobie, P.C., in Austin., specializing in patent litigation, technology licensing, and intellectual property. A member of the Governor’s Council on Science and Biotechnology and the Committee of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer, Dobie has also served as chairman of the UT Executive Advisory Board on Technology and Intellectual Property, Senior Attorney in the Office of General Counsel of the UT System, director and vice president of the Central Texas Higher Education Authority, and president of the Houston and the Austin Intellectual Property Law Associations.
"Dudley R. Dobie, Jr." Patton MD Advisory Board. Accessed April 21, 2011. http://www.pattonmd.com/aboutus/dudleydobie.php.
"Brorby, Crozier & Dobie, P.C." LexisNexis. Accessed April 21, 2011. http://www.lawyers.com/Texas/Austin/Brorby,-Crozier-and-Dobie,-P.C.-1627154-f.html.
Comprised of a letter, a history, pamphlets, and photographs, the Dudley Dobie, Jr., Papers, 1990-1992, undated, document the restoration by Dobie of his cousin J. Frank Dobie’s house. The May 19, 1992, letter discusses the restoration of the Dobie House and its designation as a landmark as well as the possibility of the building as a donation to the University of Texas Law School. Including photocopies of photographs of the Dobie home and floor plans, a history and two pamphlets, 1990-1991, describe J. Frank Dobie’s life as well as his residence and its ownership history. Photographs, undated, depict the home, including the garden, dining room, and study.
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Dudley R. Dobie, Jr., Papers, 1990-1992, undated, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
This collection was processed by Laurel Rozema, May 2011.