Letter from Sam Houston to Thomas M. Bagby. Houston provides instructions for the renting of a house, and asks Bagby to forward him the amount that a Mr. Scott owes Mr. Bagby. Houston asks Bagby to save him orange peel, which he needs for bitters.
Jefferson, Andrew L.,1934- -- Interviews ; African American Judges -- Texas -- Harris County -- Interviews ; Attorneys, General ; Oral histories
Attorneys at Law, Partner, 1960-61; Assistant Criminal District Attorney, 1961-61, U.S. Attorney, Harris County Judge.Served on the Constitutional Revision Commission for the State of Texas, and as Vice-Chairman of the Committee on the judiciary.
Letter from Sam Houston to Thomas M. Bagby. Houston had previously written several letters to Bagby and is anxious for a reply. Houston describes how busy he is with matters, and repeats Mrs. Houston request for cloth. Houston also asks Bagby about...
Letter from Sam Houston to an unknown recipient. Houston discusses plans to experiment with concrete while visiting Cedar Point on Galveston Bay. Houston asks his recipient for his thoughts on the cotton trade.
Letter from Sam Houston to Thomas M. Bagby. Houston asks Bagby to send him statements from several accounts of what he owes. Houston also implores Bagby to make the man renting Houston's house pay in advance.
Letter from Sam Houston to Thomas M. Bagby. Houston writes about his frustration with Commodore Edwin Ward Moore of the Navy of the Republic of Texas. Houston also asks after his tenant and several small personal matters.
Letter from Lieutenant Colonel George Soule, to Lieutenant W.F. Blackman regarding a temporary consolidation of two companies, and the reorganization of Captains, Lieutenants and remaining officers. Lt. Col. Soule asks Lt. Blackmon what should be...