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Collection Summary

Historical Background

Series Description

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Ephemera

University of Texas, Tarlton Law Library

5h. Special collections: Ephemera, Tom C. Clark Papers, Tarlton Law Library



Collection Summary

CreatorClark, Tom C. (Thomas Campbell), 1899-1977.
TitleEphemera
AbstractThe series consists of awards and gifts Clark received during his career.
Size3 feet (54 items)
RepositoryRare Books & Special Collections, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin  727 E. Dean Keeton St., Austin, TX 78705-3224, (512) 471-7263

Historical Background

Tom C. Clark served as Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court from 1949 to 1967, and was the first Texan to serve on the Court. Born in Dallas, Texas, September 23, 1899, Clark received his law degree from the University of Texas in 1922. He joined the Justice Department in 1937 and rose through the ranks. President Truman appointed him U.S. Attorney General in 1945 and to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1949. Clark resigned from the Court in 1967 when his son Ramsey Clark was appointed Attorney General, and afterwards sat on the Courts of Appeal in all eleven U.S. Circuits and in federal district court. An advocate of improved judicial administration, Clark chaired several American Bar Association committees on judicial administration and was the first director of the Federal Judicial Center.

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Series Description

The series consists of awards and gifts Clark received during his career.

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Index Terms

Major Subjects
Clark, Tom C. (Tom Campbell), 1899-1977 -- Archives.
United States. Supreme Court -- History -- 20th century.
Judges -- United States.
Justice, Administration of -- United States.

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Administrative Information

Cite As

Tom C. Clark Papers, Tarlton Law Library, University of Texas at Austin.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Mrs. Tom C. Clark, 1977.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Ephemera

boxfolder
Map Drawer 7 1Architectural Drawing, Proposed Recreation and Training Building, Institute of Logopedics, McVay, Peddie, Schmidt & Associates, Architects, undated.
1Printed Material, "Inaugural Address of Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th President of the United States, January 20, 1965".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Lyndon B. Johnson file, unattached.
1Clipping, "Who shall lead us?" Political Advertisement, Los Angeles Times, Wed. June 1, 1960.
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Lyndon B. Johnson file, with letter dated 1968 July 22.
1Galley Proof, "The Present Status of Disciplinary Enforcement".
NOTE: Removed from ABA files, Disciplinary Enforcement Committee, General Correspondence, with letter dated 1970 May 19.
1Brochure, Song Lyrics and Music to "Cherry Blossom Waltz". Inscribed: "To Hon. and Mrs. Tom Clark Best Wishes for a delightful Inaugural Festival, ~Dorothy Frick~".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Fri file, with letter dated 1957 Jan. 22.
1Printed Material, "Inaugural Address, January 26, 1965, John B. Connally Governor of the State of Texas".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Con file, with letter dated 1965 Jan.
1Broadside, "The Judicial Fellows Program, 1976-1977".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Judicial Fellows Program file.
1Broadside, "The Judicial Fellows Program, 1977-1978".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Judicial Fellows Program file.
1Broadside, "The Judicial Fellows Program, [1973-1974]".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Judicial Fellows Program file.
1Broadside, "The Judicial Fellows Program, 1974-1975".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Judicial Fellows Program file.
1Broadsides (Three), "The Hidden Crisis in The Federal Government", The Citizens' Committee For Restoring Public Trust In Government.
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Judges Salary Committee file, 1976-1977.
1Broadside, "President Carter, Former President Ford & Chief Justice Burger agree: Only if a strict 'Code of Public Conduct' is enacted should the salaries of senior government officials be increased.", Citizens' Committee For Restoring Public Trust In Government.
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Judges Salary Committee file, 1976-1977.
1Bumper Sticker, Broadsides (Two), and Clipping Reprint: "Operation Control Del Crimen".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Fu file, with letter dated 1968 Feb. 19.
1Clipping, "United States of America v. Joseph Bonano et al., defendants, Decided January 12, 1960, Irving R. Kaufman, D. J."
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Irving Kaufman file, with letter dated 1960 Feb. 23.
1Printed Material, Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II Warrantee, Mr. Irving Geist-Owner, 1959 Nov. 18.
1Printed Material, "Present Board and Officers and Prospective Members".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Federalism '76 file, with list of criteria dated 1971 Feb. 19.
1Transportation Map, "Alabama-Georgia with Florida-South Carolina Texaco Touring Map".
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence: Frye, Jack file, with letter dated 1954 Jan. 27.
2Will, Last Will and Testament of Rev. Arthur Bennett Mesham, 1862 June 1.
3Brochure, The George C. Marshall Research Foundation, ca. 1958.
3Broadside, "The Rule of Saint Benedict", 1944 Dec.
3Poster, "Equal Justice Under Law".
NOTE: With letter dated 1957 Jan. 2.
3Broadsides (Five), "The Declaration of Independence", "The Bill of Rights", "The Monroe Doctrine", "The Emancipation Proclamation" and "The Gettysburg Address".
NOTE: With letter from W. H. Walker, Chairman of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, undated.
3Printed Material, "Inaugural Address of John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States of America".
NOTE: With letter from J. Ed. Connally, Chairman, Democratic Party of Texas, ca. 1961.
3Broadside, "The Gettysburg Address", undated.
3Certificate, Appointment of Eugene F. Brennan as Special Assistant to the Attorney General, 1946 Jan. 17.
3Broadside, "A Message for Independence Day" by J. Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation.
NOTE: Reprinted from This Week Magazine, 1957.
3Broadsides (Two), "The Bill of Rights", A Public Service of The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation, with letter from Robert Ingalls, Jr. Chairman of the Board, undated.
3Broadside, "A Bill of Rights", undated.
3Mounted Poster, "Notre Dame" signed: Clarence Mayhew, Inscription: "To Tom Clark, Lakeside Speaker, Bohemian Grove", 1966.
3Printed Material [Facsimile], "Instrument of Surrender, 2 September, 1945", from The Office of the President of Hilton Hotels, undated.
3Broadside, Francis Bacon's Quotation "Everyman a debtor to his profession", from Roy A. Bronson, 1963 May.
3Poster, "Up The Trail" by R. H. Palenske, with card: "Seasons Greetings from Joel W. Westbrook", undated.
3Memorabilia, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Postage Stamps, Presented by the Postmaster General, 1964 May 29.
3Poster, "Lucky Debonair" by C. W. Ernst, with card: "Seasons Greetings from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky", ca. 1965.
3Broadside, Invocation by Father Charles W. Dullea, from the Office of Public Information, University of San Francisco, ca. 1963.
3Broadside, "The Declaration of Independence", undated.
3Poster, Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address, by Robert Fawcett, signed by the artist, 1961.
3Poster, "An American's Creed", with note from Stephen H. Harrington, Brown & Bigelow, undated.
3Poster, "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address", compliments of West Publishing Co., St. Paul, Minn., undated.
3Poster, "A Declaration of Independence", General Cable Corporation, 1952.
3Poster, "Seabiscuit", by R. H. Palenske, "Season's Greetings and All Good Wishes from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky", undated.
3Poster, "Carry Back", by C. W. Ernst, "Season's Greetings from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky", undated.
3Poster, "Tomy Lee", by C. W. Ernst, "Season's Greetings from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky", undated.
3Poster, "Regret", by R. H. Palenske, Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday and All Good Fortune in the New Year from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky, undated.
3Poster, "Tim Tam", by C. W. Ernst, "Season's Greetings from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky", undated.
3Poster, "Aristides", by R. H. Palenske, "Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday Season and all Good Fortune in the New Year from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky", undated.
3Poster, "Needles", by George Shepherd, "Season's Best Wishes from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Louisville, Kentucky", undated.
3Poster, "Aristides", by R. H. Palenske, "Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday Season and all Good Fortune in the New Year from Le Tourneau-Westinghouse Company, Peoria, Illinois", undated.
3Poster, "Regret", by R. H. Palenske,"Season's Best Wishes from Le Tourneau-Westinghouse Company, Peoria, Illinois", undated.
3Poster, "Bulldogging", by R. H. Palenske, "With Friendly Thoughts and Best Wishes for a Christmas and the Coming Year from Joel WestBrooke", undated.
3Poster, "Venetian Way", by C. W. Ernst, undated.
3Manuscript, "Hey Justice Clark, Get Well Soon!", The Denver "Partners" Group, signed Bob Martin, et al, undated.
3Printed Material, "A Life Portrait of Thomas Jefferson: Painted by Rembrandt Peale in 1800", 1960.
3Printed and Manuscript Material, Activities Calendar, 1968 July-1978 June, complete.
NOTE: Removed from General Correspondence, Box B24/2-B25/4.

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