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Mike Cox

Austin-based author and journalist Mike Cox began donating his papers to the Southwestern Writers Collection/The Wittliff Collections in 1993.

Inducted into the Texas Institute of Letters in 1993, Cox is the author of 22 non-fiction books and hundreds of articles, essays and newspaper columns. A native of Amarillo who grew up in Austin, he sold his first magazine story to The Cattleman in 1964 and has been writing professionally ever since. In addition to his other writing, for more than 30 years he reviewed Texas-related books for the Austin American-Statesman. In 2010, he received the A.C. Green Lifetime Achievement Award. Over the years, his work has earned numerous other recognitions. His most noted work is a two-volume, quarter-million-word history of the Texas Rangers published in 2008-2009. In 2014, his book Cowboy Stuntman was one of two finalists for a Western Writers of America Golden Spur Award. The same book also was nominated to receive a Will Rogers Medallion from the Texas Cowboy Hall fo Fame. Cox lives in Austin and continues to write.

Listed below is an archival inventory of the Mike Cox holdings. Note that access to unprocessed materials is granted on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the Archivist for details about access to the Mike Cox Collection.

Accession 1993-046

Early newspaper articles by Cox.

Accession 1995-071

promotional material for Cox’s book Fred Gipson: Texas Storyteller. Also, a copy of Cox’s book Texas Crude: Black Humor from the Oil Patch. Pamphlet: Silver Stars and Six Guns: The Texas Rangers. Catalog: Shoal Creek Publishers, 1981/82. Accompanied by a letter from Cox to Richard Holland.

Accession 1997-117

4 books by Mike Cox

Red Rooster Country

Fred Gipson: Texas Storyteller

The Texas Rangers: Men of Action & Valor

My Only Lasting Words: The Recollections of Edmunds Travis, Elder Statesman of Texas Newspapermen


Books added to catalog

Accession 1998-176

Correspondence and clippings.

Accession 1999-083

One large envelope of misc. correspondence, clippings, and ephemera.

Accession 1999-210

Five copies of The Lone Star Review during the years 1980-1981, and one copy of Texas Books in Review 1977 cataloged

Accession 2000-005

Book catalogs, and book related clippings and correspondence.

Accession 2000-029

Two envelopes containing a letter to Connie Todd, clippings, book catalogs, correspondence, and ephemera.

Accession 2000-038

One envelope containing correspondence, clippings, and ephemera.

Accession 2000-061

UT Press catalogs 1963, 1964, 1974

Press releases regarding UT Press and Wildcatter Press, 1985-1986, 1995

Book Publishers of Texas Membership Directory 1988

Announcement of publication of book “Enchanted Rock : Views of a Batholith” by Charles Rossman, David Stark, and Pat Brown, published by Duncan and Gladstone

Speech by Mike Cox to Austin Writers’ League, 1987 (3 pg. typescript)

Accession 2000-109

Press releases on various Texas books, Texans Behind the News, Portraits of the Pecos Frontier, Jewish Stars in Texas: Rabbis and Their Work, Red Scare and others.

Accession 2000-122

One envelope containing newpaper clippings and press releases on various Texas books, Whatever the Wind Delivers, The Pepper Trail and The Architecture of O’Neil Ford. Information about O’Neil Ford and author David Dillon.

Accession 2000-163

One envelope containing an Autumn 1983 book list from Shearer Publishing, a Texas book list from Texas Books & Authors, one book list from the 1980 Shoal Creek Publishers, Inc., one 13th edition of K.B. Slocum Books, information in reference to the Texas Publishers Association 1983, one copy from the Dallas Times Herald titled Tall Tale ‘Bluff’ resurrects and idiom, one copy from The El Paso Times titled New presses release books with Lone Star themes, clippings and copies of clippings from the Dallas Times Herald titled They were lucky to escape that fish with their lives, ephemeral, several press releases and clippings on Shelby Hearon, Mike Cox, Philip Eliot and others.

Accession 2000-164

One envelope post marked August 28, 2000 containing one newsletter Friends of the O.Henry Museum spring 1995 vol.1 no.4, one quarterly publication of TSCA The Southwestern Collector, one membership form to the Texas & Southwestern Collectors Association and one newspaper clipping from The Dallas Morning News.

Accession 2001-071

Two envelopes containing miscellaneous correspondence, clippings and ephemera.

Also included photo copies of story on Karla Faye Tucker and Beverly Lowry.

Accession 2001-176

One enveloped dated September 19, 2001 which contained one 1987 Texas Publishers Association Directory, one letter from Windedale Publishing in reference to Ordinary Paradise and biographical information sheet (4 pg.) on Laura Furman.

Accession 2001-177

One envelope containing 3 brochures and 2 catalogues from W. Thomas Taylor.

Accession 2002-109

One envelope containing material relating to “writer’s workshops”. Material dated between 1979 -1994;

- brochures

- invites

- newspaper and magazine clippings

- catalogs

- workshop schedules

- programs


Accession 2002-228

One envelope containing; photocopy of fiction article titled “Hearts and Hands” by O. Henry from the Family Weekly, September 2, 1962, annotated photocopy of “Samuel Maverick and Immortality” by J. Frank Dobie with release date of April 12, 1953, Texas Parade: Telling the True Story of Texas includes article titled “South Padre - Isle of White Sand” by L.A. Wilke.

Accession 2006-004

Materials relating to Mike Cox’s writing career. Items included are as follows:

- copy of Cactus Book Shop book list, includes Lure of the Land by Mike Cox & Joe Frantz

- photocopy of article from The Texas Press Messenger, dated July, 1969. Article titled “Half-Century Gone More to Come” by L.A. Wilke (Mike Cox’s grandfather).

- program for The 57th Texas Annual Institute Awards of Banquet Letters, March 20, 1993 - Mike Cox was inducted in the TIL

- tear sheets from the Texas Co-Op Power Magazine, dated June 2005, features article titled “Hound-Dog Man and His Old Yeller Dog” by Shannon Lowry

Accession 2006-067

Materials relating to Mike Cox’s writing career. Items included are as follows:

- tear sheet from Austin’s Magazine of Leisure dated 1973, article titled “You Didn’t Burn the Carpet, But Where’s Your $50?” written by Mike Cox

- postcard from Theresa and Elizabeth addressed to Mike Cox

- tear sheet from The El Paso Times dated September 11, 1966, article titled “1st Cavalry’s Last Mounted Review Was Held At Old Ft. D. A. Russell” by Mike Cox

- copy of The Haley Library Newsletter dated Summer 2005

- copy of Texas Parade dated August 1975, article on page 14 titled “Face off at Fort Hood” by Mike Cox

- tear sheets from the Texas Reserve Law dated July-Aug 1970, article titled “Reserve Law Seminar Held” features Mike Cox

- copy of Southern Fishing dated April 1961

- photocopy of typed manuscript titled A Teenager Makes a Book by Don Adams

- newspaper clipping of a young 11-year-old Mike Cox from The Houston Chronicle Magazine dated Feb. 1960, article titled “Smokestack Fishing” by L. A. Wilke

- newspaper clipping featuring Mike Cox titled “An Aspiring Journalist Seasoned at Age 19”

- newspaper clipping featuring Mike Cox from the Austin American Statesman, article titled “Book Is Written On State’s Forts”

- tear sheet from The Reporter dated January 1978, article titled “Law and Order: The Paper Pirates” by Mike Cox and Dave Crossley

- copy of the Texas Farm & Ranch Journal: Real County News dated July 1978, article titled “Independence: Is it for Texas?” by Mike Cox

- newspaper clipping from The Texas Star dated September 1972, article titled “Young Man with a Mission” by Mike Cox

- copy of the Western Sportsman dated August 1951

- newspaper clippings from the Amarillo Globe-Times dated October 1965, article titled “Even in ‘70s, Plains Charmed Tourist” by Mike Cox

- tear sheet from The Texas Press Messenger dated January 1968, article titled “Eulogy for a Small Weekly” by Mike Cox

- newspaper clipping from The Texas Star dated March 1972, article titled “The Rooster with a Harte” by Mike Cox

- photocopy of newspaper clipping from the Austin America Statesman dated May 1967, article titled “School Curriculum Tied to Space Age” by Mike Cox

- tear sheets from Hoofs and Horns dated November 1966, article titled “Hunting on the Y.O.” by Mike Cox

- copy of the Corpus Christi Magazine dated April 1981, plus a photocopy of an article titled “Shark Hunter” by Mike Cox

- photocopy of an article from Fishing World dated March/April 1976, article titled “The Belles Who Toll For Bass” by Mike Cox

- tear sheets from The Cattleman dated August 1978, article titled “Trail Driver’s Saga” by Mike Cox

- photocopy of an article from The Texas Press Messenger dated July 1969, article titled “Half-Century Gone More to Come”

- tear sheets from All Outdoors dated March 1970, article titled “Sequel: Dear Grandad” by Mike Cox

Accession 2006-168

One softcover copy of Texas Disasters: true stories of tragedy and survival by Mike Cox; published in 2006 as part of the Disaster Series by Insiders’ Guide, Globe Pequot Press. Book has been cataloged.

Accession 2007-008

Material consists of numerous newspaper clippings, correspondence, drafts, galleys and proofs of material written by Cox, promotional materials for books, newsletters, and some notes from early college courses in journalism and photography. Material relates to Texana column written by Cox and to his position at DPS in media relations. Due to silverfish infestation, material was re-packed, treated, and left in the annex for a couple of months. Whenever possible, original file names are used and are indicated in quotation marks. Every attempt has been made to maintain the original order of the material though some of the original folders with titles were lost. Accession contains 133 photos and 3 color slides. A majority of the photos are of authors and were part of book announcements. A portion of the material is from Betty Cox whose files consist mainly of correspondence, research notes and drafts, all related to Bob Jamison’s book Airplanes, Alligators and Hi-fin Blues

BOX #804 folder 1
“BC ‘96” – book announcements during 1996, newspaper clippings of books reviews by Cox, and one page of handwritten notes.

BOX #804 folder 2
“BC 1994” – newspaper clippings, book catalogs, and photocopies of book reviews including some by Cox, and correspondence from 1991 to 1994.

BOX #804 folder 3
“BC mail” – correspondence dates range from 1989 to 1992 and relate mainly to Cox’s Texana column.

BOX #804 folder 4
“BC” – articles (including two from Cox) and newspaper clippings, correspondence dates range from 1998 to 2000, notes, and assorted business cards.

BOX #804 folder 5
“BC”- articles and biography of Celia Morris, book announcements, correspondence from 2000.

BOX #804 folder 6
“BC Pending 95” – newspaper clippings, correspondence, notes and book announcements.

BOX #804 folder 7
“Texas Writers/correspondence from” – correspondence mainly from 1983.

BOX #804 folder 8
“BC 2001/02” – holiday card, Tom Lea keepsake, book press releases, book catalogs.

BOX #804 folder 9
“BC 2002” – various book catalogs, book announcements, and correspondence.

BOX #804 folder 10
“Texas Publishers Assn.” – applications, directories, newsletters and other information on the Book Publishers of Texas.

BOX #804 folder 11
“BC” ‘03” – materials relating to the Texas Book Festival “On the Road 2005”, program and tickets to The Dead Presidents Club, and newspaper clippings on variety of books.

BOX #804 folder 12
“Texas Western Press” – newsletter The First Twenty-Five Years, book catalogs, articles on Texas Western Press, and book press releases; dates range from 1974 to 1995.

BOX #804 folder 13
“Book co/mail 1988” – correspondence sent to Cox in regards to his column, subject matter and letters seeking advice on research and writing.

BOX #804 folder 14
“Maverick Books” – mainly Hank the Cowdog materials including newspaper clippings, book press releases, book covers, book marks, and articles and information on author John Erickson.

BOX #804 folder 15
“Naylor Co.” – catalogs and other information from Naylor Company plus a letter proposing James Farber into the Military Collectors and Historians, 1952.

BOX #804 folder 16
“BC ‘05” – book press releases, newspaper clippings, museum exhibit announcements and an uncorrected proof of A Brave Boy and A Good Soldier.

BOX #804 folder 17
“Wind River Press” – a few ephemera from Wind River Press.

BOX #804 folder 18
“Pressworks Publishing, Inc.” – correspondence from Pressworks and several book announcements from 1985 and 1986 including A Texas Christmas by John Edward Weems and designed by Barbara and Fred Whitehead.

BOX #804 folder 19
“OU Press” – book catalogs and book announcements from the University of Oklahoma Press.

BOX #804 folder 20
“Shearer Publishing Co.” – book lists, catalogs, and book announcements from the Shearer company, hand written and typed notes by Cox, and newspaper clippings on company, 1987.

BOX #804 folder 21
“Shoal Creek Publishers” – book catalog from 1976 and book announcements including Jose Vives-Atsara”: His Life and His Art by Nancy Glass West.

BOX #804 folder 22
“Texas Monthly Press” [part 1 of 2] – book press releases from TM Press, dates range from 1986 through 1990.

BOX #804 folder 23
“Texas Monthly Press” [part 2 of 2] – various newspaper clippings, mainly book reviews on books published by TM Press, handwritten notes, Gulf Publishing Co. material, and book catalogs from Texas Monthly Press including an invitation to the Texas Monthly: Celebrating 30 Years event at the SWWC, 2003.

BOX #804 folder 24
“SMU Press/Dallas” – a few newspaper clippings, book announcement and SMU Press: The First Forty Years, a booklet containing remarks by President Zumberge recounting the history of SMU Press, May 5, 1978.

BOX #804 folder 25
“Taylor Publishing Co.” – two book announcements, one newspaper clipping and one piece correspondence mentioning Texas Sketches by A. C. Greene.

BOX #805 folder 1
“A & M Press” – mainly book announcements and reviews from A & M Press, limited correspondence, book catalogs from 1983, and a price listing of “The Frank H. Wardlaw Collection of Texas Art”.

BOX #805 folder 2
Material related to Cox’s work with the Texas Author Website, 1997. Includes handwritten notes and a list of authors’ names and addresses.

BOX #805 folder 3
“State House Press” – limited correspondence from 1986 and 1988, book announcements, newsletters and catalogs from early 1990’s.

BOX #805 folder 4
“Still Point Press” – three copies of catalog I, a book list, and two announcements for Al Lowman’s book Remembering Carl Hertzog.

BOX #805 folder 5
“TCU Press” – mainly book announcements and two newsletters from Texas Christian University Press.

BOX #805 folder 6
“Texian Press” – a few book lists and book announcements.

BOX #805 folder 7
“Eakin, Ed death 2/20/02” – business files from Nortex Publisher and the Quanah Tribune, book catalogs from Eakin Press, hand written notes and newspaper clippings on Eakin the man and Eakin Press.

BOX #805 folder 8
“El Paso, literary” – various book catalogs and book announcements concerning books about El Paso, newspaper clippings of reviews of books on El Paso, and a few pages of hand written notes.

BOX #805 folder 9
“David Farmer” – resume from Farmer and a review of his book Stanley Marcus: A Life With Books.

BOX #805 folder 10
“Texas Fiction indexed” – numerous newspaper clippings about Texas authors, book announcements and book reviews. Dates range from the mid-1960’s through 2002.

BOX #805 folder 11
“Fiction, Texas” – various newspaper clippings on Texas authors, a few book announcements, some handwritten notes and limited correspondence.

BOX #805 folder 12
“Michael Mewshaw” – Mewshaw’s review of Leon Jaworski’s book The Right and the Power, letters to the editor, handwritten notes, and an article about Mewshaw, 1980.

BOX #805 folder 13
“Michener, James” – material deals mainly with Michener’s life and work, a few book announcements, a short essay by Michener, and the bulletin from Michener’s funeral.

BOX #805 folder 14
“Billie Porterfield” – reviews of Porterfield’s books A Loose Herd of Texans and Texas Rhapsody: Memories of a Native Son.

BOX #805 folder 15
“Ken Ragsdale” – correspondence, flyer for the Ragsdale Orchestra, and the booklet by Ragsdale for his wife, My Life With Janet.

BOX #805 folder 16
“Spence, Mary Gordon” – handwritten notes, correspondence, and information about Spence.

BOX #805 folder 17
“Southwest Vaquero” – “Southwest Vaquero” newsletters from 1982 through 1984 and the “Buckskin Bulletin” newsletter, from 1981 to 1983.

BOX #805 folder 18
“W. Thomas Taylor” – limited correspondence, some hand written notes, and book announcements for several works by Taylor.

BOX #805 folder 19
“Book Requests – ltrs sent ‘89” – correspondence requesting information on the book Indian Wars and Pioneers of Texas by John Henry Brown.

BOX #805 folder 20
“Form letter – Advice” – letters to Cox, ranging from 1987 to 1989, requesting information on books reviewed by Cox in his column; others are requesting Cox to read their material and make suggestions.

BOX #805 folder 21
“Texas Institute of Letters” – newsletters; dates ranging from 1983 to 2004, newspaper clippings on organization including reviews of Cox work, and a draft of an article by Cox on the TIL.

BOX #805 folder 22
“TIL 2” – newspaper clippings about TIL including awards and new members such as Cox, and newsletters with dates ranging from 1985 to 2005.

BOX #805 folder 23
“Virginia Madison” – correspondence between Madson and Wilke 1969, a short biography of Madison, and newspaper clipping of the library dedicated to her.

BOX #805 folder 24
“Marcus Stanley” – draft of Cox’s article on Marcus, photo and articles on Marcus, 1981.

BOX #805 folder 25
“Metz, Leon” – book announcements, limited correspondence between Cox and Metz, one photocopy of review of Border: The US-Mexico Line by Metz from 1989.

BOX #805 folder 26
“Net info” – several newspaper clippings about the internet, correspondence between Cox and Kevin MacDonnell, 1999.

BOX #805 folder 27
“Richard Jewel ‘leak’ Media Relations” – newspaper clippings about Jewel and his treatment after he was mistakenly labeled a suspect.

BOX #805 folder 28
“Spokespeople/General info” – newspaper clippings on government and media relations and an article by Cox on communication.

BOX #805 folder 29
“BC mail” – correspondence received by Cox concerning book reviews and his Texana column; dates range from 1986 to 1995.

BOX #805 folder 30
“BC Pending/’98” – correspondence, newspaper clippings, book announcements, “Paper Persists” article and speech by David Dary about writing on history.

BOX #805 folder 31
“BC 99 II” – book announcements, correspondence from 2000, newspaper clipping of the review of Larry McMurtry’s book Roads.

BOX #806 folder 1
“Nortex/Eakin” – book catalogs, book announcements, Cox royalty statement 2001, and newspaper clipping on the Austin “publishing scene”.

BOX #806 folder 2
“E Heart Press” – book announcements and a photo of author James Hoggard for his book Elevator Man.

BOX #806 folder 3
“Encino Press” – a few book listings and two articles about Bill Wittliff and Encino Press.

BOX #806 folder 4
“Madrona Press” – two book listings and two newsletter from MSA.

BOX #806 folder 5
“North Texas Press” – book announcements and a newspaper clipping about NTSU.

BOX #806 folder 6
“Publishing” – numerous newspaper clippings and some information about publishing.

BOX #806 folder 7
“Publishers, Texas & Southwest” – newspaper clippings, Fall 1989 catalog of “Best of East Texas Publishers”.

BOX #806 folder 8
“Eakin Press II” – notes, drafts, book announcements, some newspaper clippings, and limited correspondence.

BOX #806 folder 9
“Book col. Correspondence” – ranging from 1984 through 1987, correspondence relating to Cox’s Texana column.

BOX #806 folder 10
“BC 2001” – book announcements from 2000 and 2001, book catalogs, and one invoice from University of New Mexico Press.

BOX #806 folder 11
“Anson Jones Press” – newspaper clippings, book list, and bulletin from the funeral of Thelma Rawls Fletcher, “well-know collector and publisher of rare books”.

BOX #806 folder 12
“Austin Book Publishers” - book announcements, some newspaper clippings, limited correspondence, hand written and typed notes, and drafts from Cox.

BOX #806 folder 13
“Book publishers Texas” – supplement from The Daily Texan about publishers with a picture of Bill Wittliff on the cover, dated 1982; newspaper clippings, and a few book catalogs.

BOX #806 folder 14
“Corona Publishers” – draft by Cox about the San Antonio-based publisher, catalogs, newspaper clippings, and book announcements.

BOX #806 folder 15
“Creative Publishing Company” – book catalogs titled The Early West and Ride into History.

BOX #806 folder 16
“The Eagle and the Raven” – a few hand written notes, and information on the book The Eagle and the Raven by James Michener.

BOX #806 folder 17
“BC mail” – correspondence generated from Cox’s Texana column, 1982 through 1995.

BOX #806 folder 18
“Media relations general” – some hand written notes, photocopies and newspaper clippings on media and publicity, handouts and other information on media relations.

BOX #806 folder 19
“BC mail ‘91/93” – correspondence generated from Cox’s Texana column.

BOX #806 folder 20
“University of Texas Press” – book announcements, some newspaper clippings, and a press release folder for Texas by James Michener, notes by Cox.

BOX #806 folder 21
“Forever Texas” – Cox grants permission for his work to appear in anthology.

BOX #806 folder 22
“LCRA project 9/18/92” – short script for an announcement about the Colorado River Trails.

BOX #806 folder 23
“LCRA project 6/95” – marketing analysis for the publishing of LCRA’s book Historic Colorado River Trails.

BOX #806 folder 24
“Lockheed / 3-M”- material related to a project to describe Austin, Texas.

BOX #806 folder 25
“Lonesome Guv” – short script of Lonesome Dove parody about the governor’s race between Ann Richards and Clayton Williams.

BOX #806 folder 26
“Lone Star Junction 9/96” – articles printed from the website, handwritten notes, limited correspondence, by-laws of the organization, and information about the website.

BOX #806 folder 27
“Lone Star Weekly” – letter stating publication on hold, and information on editor’s conference.

BOX #806 folder 28
“Outdoor Annual ‘97” – article by Cox for Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Annual, notes, and a letter of agreement.

BOX #806 folder 29
“Historic Austin” – materials and correspondence relating to the publication of the book by the Heritage Society of Austin, and newspaper clippings about the book.

BOX #806 folder 30
“Media Relations How-to’s” – workbook from media relations workshop 1994, magazine articles about public relations, and a handbook titled Law Enforcement Public Information.

BOX #806 folder 31
“Correspondence” – dates range from 1985 to 1999 and subjects include books, publishers and reviews. Some correspondence is from Betty Cox.

BOX #806 folder 32
“CMT Schools Project 6/98” – Center for Media Training, project addressed special needs of schools in light of such events as school shootings, etc, and some correspondence.

BOX #806 folder 33
“Big Bend Panorama 5/96” – evaluation by Cox of Kenneth Ragsdale’s book, hand written notes, and organizational outline of book.

BOX #806 folder 34
“Agent (Dupree/Miller)”- correspondence relating to Cox’s agent, notes, and article entitled Queen of the Book Deal, Jan Miller.

BOX #806 folder 35
“Santa Gets Busted” – short script about Santa and the Texas Highway Patrol for the Christmas party, 1990.

BOX #806 folder 36
“Hollywood” – correspondence relating to the use of the Texas DPS signage, ID’s, etc. in a movie, and newspaper clippings on films made in Texas.

BOX #806 folder 37
“NBCC” – the National Book Critics Circle directories for 1986/1987 and 1992/1993.

BOX #806 folder 38
“Amarillo Book” – correspondence relating to research for book Historic Amarillo, and a draft of the introduction by Cox.

BOX #806 folder 39
“Amarillo book PR 4/100 ==> √” – newspaper clippings about book, memo about a book signing, and a thank you letter from the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce.

BOX #806 folder 40
“Earp, Rob √” – correspondence from Earp concerning a novel about the Texas Rangers and includes character profiles and plot sketch.

BOX #806 folder 41
“Commanche Trail TXDot STY √” – photocopy of article by Cox.

BOX #807 folder 1
Stand-off in Texas gallery proofs dated 02/10/98 (part 1 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 2
Stand-off in Texas gallery proofs dated 02/10/98 (part 2 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 3
Texas Stand-off: Media Relations in a Crisis draft (part 1 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 4
Texas Stand-off: Media Relations in a Crisis draft (part 2 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 5
Killers and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis early draft (part 1 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 6
Killers and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis early draft (part 2 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 7
Killers, Crooks and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis draft (part 1 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 8
Killers, Crooks and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis draft (part 2 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 9
Killers and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis draft edited by Linda Cox (part 1 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 10
Killers and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis  draft edited by Linda Cox (part 2 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 11
Killers and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis draft edited by Betty Cox (part 1 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 12
Killers and Kooks: Media Relations in a Crisis draft edited by Betty Cox (part 2 of 2).

BOX #807 folder 13
“Hot Line to Austin” – Borger News Herald correspondence and articles by Cox, 1971.

BOX #807 folder 14
“Land book project misc.” – correspondence, drafts of articles by Cox, and notes about a book of maps from the records division of Texas.

BOX #807 folder 15
“Pecos – Texas Highways” – correspondence, notes, and drafts of Cox’s articles on the Pecos River.

BOX #807 folder 16
“Press card essay” – article by Cox on who gets a DPS Press card.

BOX #807 folder 17
“Storyteller” – article by Cox and limited correspondence.

BOX #807 folder 18
“Telephone history project index” – photocopies of articles about phones, copies of comic strips from The New Yorker and an outline for history piece.

BOX #807 folder 19
“Texas crude” – articles on review of Cox’s book on Texas humor about oil.

BOX #807 folder 20
“Texas Scrapbook” – Cox’s publishing contract with Honeysuckle Imprint, list of possible book contributors, and an essay titled Elvis and Me by Michael Adams.

BOX #807 folder 21
“Texas Highways June 1993 fact checking” – drafts of articles by Cox with corrections, and notes.

BOX #807 folder 22
“TMA History article” – draft of Cox’s article about Texas Medical Association, some correspondence, and TMA information.

BOX #807 folder 23
“Wind 4/27/92” – materials relating to a possible legal case in which Cox might assist.

BOX #807 folder 24
“Windsor” – materials relating to the book Austin: An Illustrated History.

BOX #807 folder 25
“Wirtz Book” – correspondence, book proposal and information from UT Press website.

BOX #807 folder 26
“Yule Fools” – draft of short script The Story of Elfis Presley”, and notes.

BOX #807 folder 27
“Wordsmiths copy” – drafts of articles plus letter from Wordsmith rejecting Cox’s work, 1981.

BOX #808 folder 1
“Booking / TX Highways 3/98” – correspondence, drafts, and notes relating to article by Cox titled By the Book which appeared in the October 1998 issue of Texas Highways, magazine issue included.

BOX #808 folder 2
“Co-OP project ‘97” – lists of authors’ names and addresses in the Texas author database 1997, the University of Texas author database 1997, and separate additions by Cox.

BOX #808 folder 3
“Disaster MS ’04 MCL” – draft with hand written notes from Cox’s book Texas Disasters.

BOX #808 folder 4
“Kunetka, Jim” – three reviews of Kunetka’s work and his business card.

BOX #808 folder 5
“LBJ bios” – newspaper clippings of reviews of books about LBJ plus a press kit for the book Lone Star Rising by Robert Dallek.

BOX #808 folder 6
“Mr. and Mrs. Felipe La Torre” – notes, drafts and article by Cox titled Kickapoos Almost Immune to Change; clipping from the Austin American Statesman, July 1977.

BOX #808 folder 7
“Matthew, Watt” – newspaper clippings about Matthew’s life and death.

BOX #808 folder 8
“McMurtry, Larry” – newspaper clippings about The Last Picture Show and Lonesome Dove, articles by McMurtry, and articles about Archer City and McMurtry’s book store.

BOX #808 folder 9
“VF #3 – 20 Photography Information” – pamphlets on photography, newspaper clippings about photography, and notes from Journalism 231- Basic Photography.

BOX #808 folder 10
“Literature, general” – newspaper clippings on reading, authors, and American literature; articles and cartoons from the 30th anniversary of the National Books Awards, and notes from journalism class.

BOX #808 folder 11
“Lonesome Dove” – quotes from the miniseries, press photo from CBS of Robert Duval as Gus, printout from the SWWC website and other Lonesome Dove websites, and numerous newspaper clippings about the miniseries.

BOX #808 folder 12
“More Basic Texas Books” – Texas Books for Every Library list, other reading lists, newspaper clippings by Cox, correspondence, notes and drafts of Cox’s work More Basic Texas Books, book catalogs, and book announcements.

BOX #808 folder 13
“Writers /Non-Texas II” – numerous newspaper clippings on authors, and information from the Edgar Allan Poe historic site.

BOX #808 folder 14
“Texas Writers” – newspaper clippings and announcements of readings including Courage at the Typewriter and Trail of Feathers, both held at the SWWC.

BOX #808 folder 15
“Travel Books” – book announcement for Texas Auto Trails and typed notes.

BOX #808 folder 16
“Western Art” – newspaper clippings on artists such as Will James and Charlie Russell.

BOX #808 folder 17
“The Westerners” – photocopy of article Posses All Over the Place: Publications of the Westerners”, from the Spring 1968 edition of The Library Chronicle.

BOX #808 folder 18
“Writers” – newspaper clippings on books and authors including Bill Wittliff, and book announcements.

BOX #808 folder 19
“Writers II” – newspaper clippings, correspondence and book announcements.

BOX #808 folder 20
“Richardson, Dr. Rupert” – newspaper clippings on local historian.

BOX #808 folder 21
“Cody Memorial Library” – essay by Jessie Daniel Ames, and correspondence from Southwestern University.

BOX #808 folder 22
“Greeting Card Ideas (Betty Wilke Cox file)” – a few hand written notes for captions inside greeting cards.

BOX #808 folder 23
“Art, Texas II” – newspaper clippings about Texas artists and Western art and artists, and museum brochures.

BOX #808 folder 24
“AWL” [Austin Writers League] – newsletters, some correspondence and a 1985 directory.

BOX #808 folder 25
“Books: Audio” – newspaper clippings about books on tape; dates range from 1988 to 1994.

BOX #808 folder 26
“Texas Books in Review” – newsletter issues from 1983, 1987 and 1989.

BOX #808 folder 27
“Texas Almanac” – promotional material for the Dallas Morning News Texas Almanac from 1984-85, 1990-91, and 1988-89. Includes photo.

BOX #808 folder 28
“Writers / Non-Texas I” – numerous newspaper clippings about authors and book announcements.

BOX #808 folder 29
“Slide show technique” – newspaper clippings about audio and visual presentations, informational material on slides and projectors, and notes.

BOX #808 folder 30
“Photographic equipment” – notes, correspondence, receipts, manuals and newspaper clippings, all concerning cameras and related equipment.

BOX #809 folder 1
“Media bibliography” – newspaper clippings on the media and “spin”.

BOX #809 folder 2
“Spokespersons II” – newspaper clippings on press secretaries, and the March 8, 1998 issue of The Washington Post Magazine.

BOX #809 folder 3
“Land ms. MLC” – edited version of text for land office map book along with editor’s report by Roger Griffen, 1986.

BOX #809 folder 4
“Artists, Texas and Texas Art” – numerous newspaper clippings, photos and other promotional material related to artists, with notes and drafts.

BOX #809 folder 5
“Adam Michael” – newspaper clippings about author, and a draft by Cox on Adams, 2/1/83.

BOX #809 folder 6
“Adams, Ramon” – article by Jeff Dykes titled The Western Worlds of Ramon Adams.

BOX #809 folder 7
“TX Book Festival 1998” – material relating to the book festival and Cox’s attendance as author and moderator.

BOX #809 folder 8
“Texas Book Festival” – material from the 1997 and 1999 festivals.

BOX #809 folder 9
“Caro, Robert II” – newspaper clippings mainly on Caro’s biography of LBJ, and notes and drafts from Cox’s review of the book.

BOX #809 folder 10
“Cokesbury Books” – two Cokesbury Book Store catalogs, newspaper clippings on the store, and notes and drafts by Cox.

BOX #809 folder 11
“Cox, Mike misc. mss. & proofs” – drafts by Cox, newspaper clipping of Cox’s article from June 12, 1966 in the El Paso Times Sunday Magazine.

BOX #809 folder 12
“Crime Books” – newspaper clippings on crime books, book announcements, and an essay by Mike Kingston titled A History of the Mystery.

BOX #809 folder 13
“Hondo Crouch” – newspaper clippings on man known as the “clown prince of Luckenbach”, some notes, and a book announcement for Hondo My Father by Becky Crouch Patterson.

BOX #809 folder14
“Connie Hager” – correspondence, photos, and draft titled Connie Hager – Bird Woman by L. A. Wilke.

BOX #809 folder 15
“Hand book of Texas entries” – newsletters from the Handbook of Texas, newspaper clippings, and notes and drafts of biographical entries.

BOX #809 folder 16
“John Holmes” – newspaper clippings on Holmes’ A Portrait of Texas book.

BOX #809 folder 17
“How to write for money” – work books for sessions one, two, four, five, seven, and eight.

BOX #809 folder 18
“Col. Chase Askins” – article by L. A. Wilke along with twelve black and white photos and negatives.

BOX #809 folder 19
“Bosworth, Allan” – correspondence and information on Bosworth.

BOX #809 folder 20
“Bugbee, Harold” – articles about Bugbee’s work.

BOX #809 folder 21
“Carpenter, Liz” – one black and white photo of Carpenter with a small scratch, notes, and correspondence.

BOX #809 folder 22
“Mike Cochran” – book jacket from Deliver Us From Evil by Cochran, book announcement, and one black and white photo of Cochran.

BOX #809 folder 23
“Cramer, T. Dudley” – correspondence.

BOX #809 folder 24
“Dewlen, Al” – newspaper clippings about Dewlen’s books, notes, and book announcements.

BOX #809 folder 25
“Dixon, Samuel Houston” – printout from The Handbook of Texas about Houston.

BOX #809 folder 26
“Document declassification” – title of article by Cox, drafts, notes, and an article from Texas A & M’s Office of Public Information.

BOX #809 folder 27
“Duncan & Gladstone Publishers” – book announcement and review of Enchanted Rock.

BOX #809 folder 28
“Essay books” – article reviewing Lost in West Texas and book announcement for Commonplace Mysteries.

BOX #809 folder 29
“Ethnic histories” – book announcement, newspaper clippings, correspondence and The Medallion newsletter from the Texas Historical Commission, February 1992 and March 1992.

BOX #809 folder 30
“John Henry Faulk II” – newspaper clippings on the life, work and death of Faulk and includes a program from his memorial service.

BOX #809 folder 31
“Friedman, Kinky II” – newspaper clippings about Friedman, reviews of his books, and his run for governor in 2006.

BOX #809 folder 32
“Francis Fugate, El Paso” – article by Fugate and correspondence.

BOX #809 folder 33
“Goddard, Ruth 472-8896” – article about Goddard, and promotional material, including her photo, for her book titled Porfirio Salinas.

BOX #809 folder 34
“Frank Goodwyn” – correspondence between Cox and Goodwyn, and newspaper clipping of Cox review of Goodwyn’s book about the King Ranch.

BOX #809 folder 35
“Haley, James L.” – newspaper clippings, notes and draft about Haley’s book Passionate Nations.

BOX #809 folder 36
“Media Relations – old material” – syllabus for DPS presentation of policies, material from criminal justice class and newspaper clippings relating to press matters.

BOX #809 folder 37
“Larry Hodge Stories” – correspondence between Cox and Hodge, notes, and Honeyholes for Panhandle Pheasants.

BOX #809 folder 38
“Huson, Hobart” – correspondence from Kathleen Huson Maxwell, seven photos, and newspaper clipping on Hobart.

BOX #809 folder 39
“Jackson, Jack” – newspaper clippings about the life, work, and death of Jackson including a piece by Jesse Sublett.

BOX #810 folder 1
“Media Relations issues /new” – numerous newspaper clippings on the press, media relations, and crime reporting.

BOX #810 folder 2
“News media issues/press law” – newspaper clippings and newsletters from F.O.I,

The Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas.

BOX #810 folder 3
“Hangar Talk” – correspondence between Betty Cox and Bob Jamison, draft of Hangar Talk, and photocopies of various articles from the 1940’s.

BOX #810 folder 4
“Media Relations handbook” – various handbooks about public relations, the media, and publicity.

BOX #810 folder 5
“Herman” – correspondence between Betty Cox and Bob Jamison and drafts of Herman.

BOX #810 folder 6
“Hungary” – correspondence between Betty Cox and Bob Jamison, notes, and drafts with revisions of Hungary for Pheasant”.

BOX #810 folder 7
“Jamison - Publications” – a few photocopies of articles written by Bob Jamison”.

BOX #810 folder 8
“Morgan” – correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison relating to Jamison’s book and Morgan Publishing.

BOX #810 folder 9
“Razor-Tooth & Rattler” – essays on fax paper.

BOX #810 folder 10
“Razor-Tooth & Rattler” – drafts, notes, printouts from The Handbook of Texas online, and correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison.

BOX #810 folder 11
“Recipes” – recipes, such as Gator Sauce and Squirrel, for inclusion in Jamison’s book and limited correspondence relating to the recipes.

BOX #810 folder 12
“Astronauts” – newspaper clippings, correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison and a 1999 community guide to Claremont, Oklahoma.

BOX #810 folder 13
“Banker” – magazine BANK from October 1998 and Independent Bankers from June and October 1998 (part 1 of 2).

BOX #810 folder 14
“Banker” – newspaper clippings on a variety of topics, correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison, one diskette, drafts and notes, and the August 2, 1999 issue of Time Magazine featuring the death of John Kennedy (part 2 of 2).

BOX #810 folder 15
“Amazon” – notes, drafts, and correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison.

BOX #810 folder 16
“Aircraft” – notes and correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison.

BOX #810 folder 17
“Ref. request” – correspondence, notes, and drafts from Jamison

BOX #810 folder 18
“Jamison Photos” – seventeen photos including trip to the Amazon and other hunting and fishing photos.

BOX #810 folder 19
“Illustrations” – correspondence, two photos, and photocopies of locations with hand written notes.

BOX #810 folder 20
Untitled folder – materials relating to Jamison’s book Airplanes, Alligators and Hi-fin Blues, nine photos, notes, and correspondence.

BOX #810 folder 21
“King, Larry” – newspaper clippings, two press photos of King, and book announcements.

BOX #810 folder 22
“John S. Mayfield” – notes and information about the Mayfield library and a Christmas card signed by Mayfield.

BOX #810 folder 23
“Florida Roberts” – seven photos, a booklet The True Story of the Tree, and drafts of The Stubborn Fisherman by L. A. Wilke.

BOX #810 folder 24
“Marshall, Bruce” – promotional material for Marshall’s book Uniforms of the Alamo.

BOX #810 folder 25
“Katherine Anne Porter” – newspaper clippings about Porter and her childhood house in Kyle.

BOX #810 folder 26
“Pulp writers” – newspaper clippings on authors.

BOX #810 folder 27
“Readers/Writers Roundtable Solado” – 1990 list of readers and writers attended the roundtable where Mike Cox was the emcee, and photocopies of biographies.

BOX #810 folder 28
“Reid, Ace” – newspaper clippings and promotional material for Cowpokes.

BOX #810 folder 29
“Tom Lea” – newspaper clippings about Lea and his work, and promotional material for The Brave Bulls and other works.

BOX #810 folder 30
“Bess Whitehead Scott” – newspaper clippings about the 100th birthday for Scott, one of Texas first women reporters.

BOX #810 folder 31
“Sigma Delta Chi VF#3-29” – March 1955 roster of Sigma Delta Chi, and Cox’s pledge nametag.

BOX #810 folder 32
“Weems, Eddie” – correspondence between Cox and Weems, dates from 1980’s and 1990’s; information on the Texas Folklore Society and the Texas Institute of Letters, and newspaper clippings.

BOX #811 folder 1
“Media Relations ethics” – newspaper clippings on crime and reporting.

BOX #811 folder 2
“Media Relations legal issues 1999==>” – notes and newspaper clippings.

BOX #811 folder 3
“BTB II proofs & letters [more Basic Texas Books]” – notes, correspondence, drafts, and galley proofs for Cox’s More Basic Texas Books book.

BOX #811 folder 4
“They Call’em Snake Hunters MLC ms.” – drafts of work by Cox.

BOX #811 folder 5
“Lammert History Series” – correspondence between Cox and Lammert on book proposal.

BOX #811 folder 6
“Guide to the Texas Revolution” – article by Cox.

BOX #811 folder 7
“Media Relations” – numerous newspaper clippings about the media, more FOI Focus newsletters, the 1985-86 Journalism & Ethics report, and the 1985-86 Freedom of Information report.

BOX #811 folder 8
“Will the dogs” – draft of story from Jamison’s Airplanes, Alligators, and Hi-fin Blues.

BOX #811 folder 9
“Recipes” – recipes and correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison.

BOX #811 folder 10
“Ref. Requests” – requests from Betty Cox to confirm information for Jamison’s book.

BOX #811 folder 11
“Doctors” – draft of The Doctors.

BOX #811 folder 12
“Volunteers” – information and newspaper clippings on Dayton volunteer firefighters, and correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison.

BOX #811 folder 13
“Mrs. Palmer Smith Elgin, Tx” – correspondence between Cox and Smith, 1990’.

BOX #811 folder 14
“Sonnichsen, C. L.” – newspaper clippings about the author/historian.

BOX #811 folder 15
“Floyd V. Studer indexed” – newspaper clippings on the Dean of Archeology.

BOX #811 folder 16
“Texas History Movies” – newspaper clippings and correspondence on re-print of book by the same title.

BOX #811 folder 17
“Texas Magazines” – newspaper clippings about Texas Monthly, SW Review, and the Texas Observer.

BOX #811 folder 18
“Travis Co. Collection” – newspaper clippings and information from the Austin History Center.

BOX #811 folder 19
“Cadwallader Washburn indexed” – correspondence between Cox and Mrs. Washburn from 1981, and newspaper clippings relating to draft by Washburn.

BOX #811 folder 20
“Bill Wittliff” – newspaper clippings about Bill Wittliff and Encino Press.

BOX #811 folder 21
“Media Relations- new” – numerous newspaper clippings

BOX #811 folder 22
“Bibliography” – list of books with call numbers to be checked out.

BOX #811 folder 23
“Birds” – photocopies of information about birds and correspondence between Betty Cox and Jameson.

BOX #811 folder 24
“Characters” – correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison, notes, and photocopies of various newspaper clippings.

BOX #811 folder 25
“Belize” – notes, drafts with revisions, and correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison, information on bats, information on Belize, and drafts of Jamison’s Land of the Jaguars.

BOX #811 folder 26
“Dogs” – a faxed copied Dogs.

BOX #811 folder 27
“Family” – notes, photocopies of newspaper clippings, and correspondence.

BOX #811 folder 28
“Bear Hunt” – correspondence, drafts of bear story by Jamison, and information on bears.

BOX #811 folder 29
“Gators” – numerous newspaper clippings, information on alligators and crocodiles, correspondence between Betty Cox and Jamison, drafts of Alligator Hunt II and Alligator on My Hook by Jamison.

BOX #811 folder 30
“Women Writers/TX” – newspaper clippings on female authors.

BOX #811 folder 31
“A. C. Greene” – newspaper clippings, a photo of Greene, and book announcements.

BOX #811 folder 32
“Jamison – NASA” – material from the LBJ Space Center including a color print of the crew of the eighth manned Apollo mission.

BOX #812 folder 1
“Authors, Texas indexed” – photos, newspaper clippings on authors, book announcements, and program from the Texas Writers Roundup 1970 and 1971.

BOX #812 folder 2
“Book Club of Texas” – newspaper clippings, booklets, and programs from meetings.

BOX #812 folder 3
“Eakin Ranger book” – correspondence between Cox and Eakin Press, notes, newspaper clippings with review of Cox’s book about the Texas Rangers, glossary of terms, and Eakin Press catalogs.

BOX #812 folder 4
“E books/ promotion 2000==>” – newspaper clippings on e-book publishing and online book stores, and a newspaper clipping on the latest Harry Potter movie.

BOX #812 folder 5
“Austin: Books about” – newspaper clippings, notes, and book announcements.

BOX #812 folder 6
“Writers, Texas/Deceased” – numerous newspaper clippings, book announcements, Cox’s draft of piece on H. B. Fox, and photocopied material from the following books:

Pen Points by Henry Harrison, Deep in the Hearts of Texans by Perry Wampler Nichols, and The Gay Place by William Brammer.

BOX #812 folder 7
“The Printing Salesman’s Herald” – books 39, 31, 44, 41 and 40 by the same title, published by Champion Papers.

BOX #812 folder 8
[newsletters] – newsletters from a variety of presses and organizations such as the Clements Center for Southwest Studies from SMU, the Texas Outdoor Writers Association and Book News from East Texas Publishers.

BOX #812 folder 9
[Texas Book Festival] – newspaper clippings about festival and festival programs and schedule of events from several different festival years.

BOX #812 folder 10
[Book announcements I] – announcements of new books, press releases, and other promotional material.

BOX #812 folder 11
[Book announcements II] – announcements of new books, press releases, and other promotional material.

BOX #812 folder 12
[Book announcements III] – announcements of new books, press releases, and other promotional material.

BOX #812 folder 13
[Book catalogs and book lists I] – from a variety of publishers, also includes promotional material.

BOX #812 folder 14
[Book catalogs and book lists II] – from a variety of publishers, also includes promotional material.

BOX #812 folder 15
[Book catalogs and book lists III] – from a variety of publishers, also includes promotional material.

BOX #813 folder 1
[Invitations to readings, book signings, etc.] – included is a 1998 holiday card from the SWWC/WG, and events such as the Vaquero fundraiser and the Rio Grande panel discussion.

BOX #813 folder 2
[Directories and brochures] – a variety of directories and brochures including one to the Wittliff Gallery and for the Daughters of the Republic of Texas library.

BOX #813 folder 3
[Book Club of Texas] – variety of material from the Book Club of Texas and the Texas Writers Project, May 1999.

BOX #813 folder 4
[Lone Star Rising] – advance, uncorrected proof of Lone Star Rising by William C. Davis.

BOX #813 folder 5
[Newspaper clippings I] – numerous newspaper clippings on books, authors and publishing, and includes some material from the internet and magazines.

BOX #813 folder 6
[Newspaper clippings II] – numerous newspaper clippings on books, authors and publishing, and includes some material from the internet and magazines.

BOX #813 folder 7
[Envelope I] – newspaper clippings, Austin Writers League newsletters, and newspaper from Kyle, 1937. Includes letter to Curator Connie Todd.

BOX #813 folder 8
[Envelope II] – materials related to Cox’s Texana column, newspaper clippings, and drafts. Includes letter to Curator Connie Todd.

BOX #813 folder 9
“Texana correspondence” – old correspondence related to Cox’s Texana column. Includes letter to Curator Connie Todd.

BOX #813 folder 10
“Authors, Texas II” – newspaper clippings and book announcements (part 1 of 2).

BOX #813 folder 11
“Authors, Texas II” – newspaper clippings and book announcements (part 2 of 2).

BOX #813 folder 12
[correspondence, notes and drafts] – this material was no longer in its original file but is made up of various correspondence, some book announcements, hand written and typed notes, and drafts for several pieces by Cox (part 1 of 2).

BOX #813 folder 13
[correspondence, notes and drafts] – this material was no longer in its original file but is made up of various correspondence, some book announcements, hand written and typed notes, and drafts for several pieces by Cox (part 2 of 2).

BOX #813 folder 14
[Texas Folklore Society] – newsletters from the Texas Folklore Society, 1990 through 2001.

BOX #813 folder 15
[Betty Cox – Bob Jamison correspondence] – correspondence, notes, and drafts (part 1 of 2).

BOX #813 folder 16
[Betty Cox – Bob Jamison correspondence] – correspondence, notes, and drafts (part 2 of 2).

Accession 2007-106

SWWC ongoing accessions Box 783 folder 19
“Jameson, Bob [Betty Wilke Cox file]” - correspondence between Wilke Cox and Bob Jameson on the subject of the book “Airplanes, Alligators, and Hi-fin Blues”.

SWWC ongoing accessions Box 783 folder 20
Various newspaper clippings, mainly on the state of the book sale business, a few issues of “Austin Writers League” newsletters, and an issue of “The Roundup” from September/October 1981.

Accession 2007-118

SWWC Box 783, folder 22
Misc newspaper clippings, book catalogs including “Texas History” from American Press and the March 23, 1990 issue of “Book Quotes, and limited correspondence; some material relates to a book store once co-owned by Cox in Austin, Texas in the 1980’s.

Accession 2007-126
SWWC Box 783, folder 24

“More Texas Letters Stuff” - various book catalogs and a few documents that are part of Betty Cox’s Jameson material.