University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Beverly G. Martin Papers, 1934-1989



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Martin, Beverly G., 1932-2016
Title: Martin, Beverly G., papers
Dates: 1934-1989
Abstract: Beverly G. Martin (1932-2016) taught speech at the University of Texas at Austin Department of Speech Communication for 30 years. She was also a lifetime member and served as archivist of the Texas Speech Communication Association. The papers contain notebooks, organizational records, correspondence, and printed material, primarily pertaining to the TSCA.
Accession No.: 91-191
OCLC No.: 965550629
Extent: 5 ft.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Beverly G. Martin was born on June 23, 1932 in Emporia, Kansas. After graduating from Emporia State University, Martin taught at Grape Bend Middle School for four years and then moved to Austin. She taught speech in the University of Texas at Austin Department of Speech Communication for 30 years. A lifetime member of the Texas Speech Communication Association, Martin additionally served as the Association's archivist from 1975 to 1990. She was also a member of the UT University Ladies Club and the Assistance League of Austin. She died in Austin on January 8, 2016.


Scope and Contents

The Beverly G. Martin Papers, 1934-1989, are comprised of organizational records, correspondence, notebooks, and printed material, primarily pertaining to the Texas Speech Communication Association and her career at the University of Texas at Austin. The papers also contain convention materials, reports, speeches, and materials pertaining to council and committee meetings.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

These papers are stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.


Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Martin, Beverly G., 1932-2016
Subjects (Organizations)
University of Texas at Austin. Department of Speech Communication
Texas Speech Communication Association
Subjects
Oral communication
Places
Austin (Tex.)

Related Material

See also Texas Speech Communication Association Records, 1899-1999


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Beverly G. Martin Papers, 1934-1989, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by archives staff, 1991.


Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory

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CDL2/J494 Notebooks:
Texas Speech Communication Association, correspondence, Maridell Fryar, 1982
Report of the Vice-President, Texas Speech Communication Association, George L. Grice, Sam Houston State University, September 23, 1983
TSCA convention planning material, Maridell Fryar, 1982
TSCA convention records, 1984-1985
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CDL2/J495 TSCA association records, 1968-1984
TSCA membership records, 1934-1985
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CDL2/J494 Textbook and teacher's resource book - Communication: An Introduction to Speech, by P. Judson Newcombe. Newton, Massachusetts: Allyn and Bacon, Inc., 1988
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CDL2/J496 TSCA files:
Convention report papers, 1979
Convention and archives material, 1985
Journal, 1980-1982
Letters, forms, directories, miscellaneous, 1981
Program announcements, 1982-1983
Correspondence, 1981
Committtee to write history of TSCA, correspondence and paper, Don Streeter, Chairman
History Committee notes
Archives and report materials, 1981
TSCA and AFA records, 1986
Resolutions Committee
First executive council, 1983
Program, 1969
Convention, 1977
Book column
Newsletter
Programs
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CDL2/J497 TSCA Archives, Streeter papers, section E, part 1, Department Chairman:
A. Memphis State University
B. University of Houston
C. Letters of commendation
D. Letters to graduates/majors
TSCA:
Don Mendoza, Public Relations Chairman
Press releases
Dr. Robert Jeffrey, SGA presidential address, executive secretary, 1973
J. W. Zacharias, Phi Kappa Phi speech, 1979
Letterhead
TSCA journal, speech communication
University of Southern Mississippi, 1989
Program, 1958
Clipping, 1951
Speech, teaching speech bilingually, Juliet Garcia, 1974
Dr. Wade of folklore, 1974
Newsletters, correspondence, program, 1981, undated
Maurine Amis obituary
TSCA Teacher of the Year Committee, 1981
Textbooks:
The Basics of Speech, 1988
Dynamics of Speech, 1988
A Speech Handbook for Teachers, Donald C. Streeter, 1964
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CDL2/J499 Speeches, council meetings, Teacher of the Year, conventions, printed material, newsletters, correspondence, programs, 1981-1989
Convention, 1949