Thomas Watt Gregory Papers 1896-1933 (bulk 1919-1933)

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Thomas Watt Gregory Papers, 1896-1933, (bulk 1919-1933)

Thomas Watt Gregory Papers 1896-1933 (bulk 1919-1933)

United States attorney general, regent of the University of Texas, and lawyer. Chiefly legal material and correspondence from the period of Gregory's law practice in Washington, D.C. Correspondence also reflects Gregory's interest in the University of Texas, the Woodrow Wilson administration, and the presidential campaign of 1932.

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