Inventory of the William A. Owens Papers (Part Two) 1940-1980

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Inventory of the William A. Owens Papers (Part Two) 1940-1980

William A. Owens, noted folklorist, author, and educator, was born in Pin Hook, Texas on November 2, 1905, the son of Charles and Jessie Ann (Chenault) Owens. He spent his childhood on the small cotton farms around tiny rural communities of Pin Hook, Novice, Faught, and Blossom. In an effort to finance his education, Owens undertook numerous odd jobs as a farmer's hired hand, stock clerk, and for a short time, combination waiter and dishwasher at Dallas University. In 1924 he entered East Texas State Teachers College in Commerce. Owens earned a high school diploma and elementary teaching certificate. After graduation, however, there were few jobs available in country schools and Owens lacked the qualifications to teach in the larger school systems. After two years teaching in country schools, Owens returned to college. He attended Southern Methodist University where he received the BA degree in 1932 and the MA degree in 1933. In 1941, he received his Ph.D. from the State University of Iowa. With the completion of the Master's degree, Owens began his profession in earnest, compiling an enviable record as an academician with legions of grateful former students. While his career as teacher, lecturer, and administrator has been full, he is more widely known as a gifted author. In addition to numerous articles, reviews and short stories, his books serve as monuments to his craft. His works include (1936); (1950, revised in 1976); (1953); (1954); (1958); (1963); (1966); (1969); (with Mody C. Boatright, 1970); (1973); and (1975). Part Two of the Owens Papers is divided into seven categories. These are: Personal correspondence 1940-1980 (Series. 1-3), which also includes some printed reviews of Owens' books; Transcripts of the tapes containing the (Series. 4); Research materials, manuscripts and drafts for unpublished books written by Owens (Series. 5-8); Shorter works by Owens (Series. 9); Works written by other authors (Series. 10), and; Miscellaneous materials and drafts collected by Owens (Series. 11-13). Of special interest in this collection is correspondence concerned with Owens' books, letters from World War II, and the various drafts of books by Owens which have not been published. Swing and Turn: Texas Play-Party Games Texas Folk Songs Slave Mutiny: The Revolt on the Schooner Amistad Walking on Borrowed Land Fever in the Earth Look to the River This Stubborn Soil Three Friends: Bedichek, Dobie, Webb Tales From the Derrick Floor A Season of Weathering A Fair and Happy Land Oral History of Texas Oil Pioneers

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Anderson, John Q.

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Folklorist, author, and educator; b. John Quincy Anderson in 1916; d. 1975. From the description of John Q. Anderson papers, 1953-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70956189 Dr. John Q. Anderson (1916-1975) was a teacher, author, songwriter, and folklorist. He was an instructor at Texas A & M from 1953 to 1966, leaving the school in the position of head of English Department. Among his works are Brokenburn: the journal of Kate Stone, and A Texas surgeon in the C.S.A. ...

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Walter Fair

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orsicana-Powell

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Mr. Sharp

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W. M. Hudson Jr.

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W. E. Clausen

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Texas A & M University Press.

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David Driskell

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Ben Brantley

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Beatrice Hacker

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Frank Hamilton

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Justina Hill

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Henry Marks Bury

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Allen W. Hamill

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O. W. Killam

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Phi Phi

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Duncan Emrich

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Texas Institute of Letters

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Boatright, Mody C.

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A. J. Thaman

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McNally

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Presto Mowbray

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Gregory Tobin

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Cherry Rohodes

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T. W. Ozmer

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Marina Bokelman

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Kilgore, William J. (William Jackson), 1917-

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Ed Prather

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David Holland

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Eric Anderson

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Mr. Charlie Tucker

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David Tyrone

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Frank Redman

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C. Kielman

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J. R. Parten

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Charles Scribner's Sons.

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Charles Scribner, 1821-1871, was a partner in the publishing firm of Baker & Scribner, 1846-1871, and carried on alone after Baker's death in 1850. He formed Scribner & Welford in 1857. Charles Scribner's Sons was established in 1870, the same year SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY began. His son Charles, 1854-1930, became president in 1875. He began SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE in 1887. It ceased publication in 1930. His son Charles, 1890-1952, became president in 1932. From the description of Char...

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The University of Texas at Austin (UT) opened in 1883 with eight professors, four assistants, a proctor, and 221 male and female students. The first set of graduates, consisting of thirteen law students, attended UT commencement on June 14, 1884. By World War I, enrollment rose to 2,254 and by World War II to over 11,000. African Americans were admitted in 1950, and by 1966, there were 27,345 students. Over the next 40 years, the university continued to expand. In 2009 e...

Dan Kilgore

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Manuel Komroff

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Edgar Eggleston Townes

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Agnes Agatha Robinson

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Elaine Steinbeck

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Anita Low

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Bill Brett

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E. A. Hambelton

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Paris Junior College

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Bill Ingram

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Goose Creek

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Sarah Gross

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E. M. Friend

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East Texas State

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H. Gordon Damon

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Sam Liberto

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Joseph J. Perkins

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TAMU

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Southern historical association

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The Southern Historical Association was established in 1934 to promote the study of history of the American South and the teaching of all branches of history in the South. From the description of Southern Historical Association records, 1935-2005. WorldCat record id: 25466009 Eighteen historians from seven southern states organized the Southern Historical Association in November 1934, to promote interest and research in Southern history, to collect and preserve ...

Mrs. Owens

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Hill, Robert Thomas, 1858-1941

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Significant figure in the development of American geology during the late 19th and early 20th century. From the description of Robert T. Hill letter to S. S. McClure [manuscript], 1892 Mar 30. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 420487387 Geologist and professor. Born in 1859 in Nashville, Tennessee. Moved to Comanche, Texas in 1875. Attended Cornell University. Worked as a geologist for the United States Geographical Survey under the direction of John Wesley Powel...

Larry F. Reynolds

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John Cushman

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James Weikart

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Burroughs Mitchell

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Millard Lampell

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L. D. Winfry

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Alan Pipkin

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James William Kinnear

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Bruce Turner

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R. S. Kennedy

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Keylor, William R.

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Southern Methodist University Press.

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Southern Methodist University opened for classes in 1915, but it was not until twenty years later when interest in establishing a university publishing group culminated in the creation of SMU Press in 1937. SMU English professor John McGinnis was the driving force behind the initiative, and he directed the Press for its first few years of operation. Donald Day took over as editor for a brief period after him. Along with McGinnis, SMU President Umphrey Lee, Bishop A. Fran...

Guy Crosson

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L. V. McCarthy

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Little, John

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M. C. Boatright

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Alfred Wilkes

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Chris Jones

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NEH

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E. I. Thompson

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Charles Owens

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W. B. Hamilton

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Panhandle Pen Women

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Blair Pittman

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Jay Mark

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Claudette Sorel

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Guner Oztuna

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Grant Wood

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Lyman Grant

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Fain Gillock

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G. W. Webb

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Mrs. Davis

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Lloyd Lyman

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F. Wardlaw

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Hubert M. Harrison

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Lance Rosier

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J. R. Webb

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Jordan, Terry G., 1938-....

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Ted Fenner

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Hubert Davenport

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Jimmy Sharp

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Theodore Fenner

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Alfred Wupperman

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University of Texas

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Frank Wardlaw

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Hull, Burt E. (Burton Elias), 1884-1958

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E. J. Nicklos

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Tappan Church

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Rand McNally

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Frank Cullinan

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Joseph Krutch

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R. R. Hobson

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Wells, James, Ph. D.

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Doubleday

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Bedichek, Roy, 1878-1959

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Roy Bedichek was born in 1878 in Illinois but moved to Texas as a child. After graduating from the University of Texas, he worked as a reporter, teacher, and editor and as secretary of various organizations before becoming associated with the University Interscholastic League in 1917 where he remained as director until 1948. He was an avid amateur naturalist and began to write about his interests in 1946. He completed four books before his death in 1959. From the description of Bedic...

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Mary Kennedy McCord

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Luis Taruc

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John Geddes

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Clint Wood

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Earey C. Deane

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Texas Folklore Festival

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J. L. Delplain

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Sidney Paige

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Burl Cartright

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E. L. Lantron

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Cherry Rhodes

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Guy Finley

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Elizabeth Bowne

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Citizens Budget Advisory Committee

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H. P. Hodge

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O. L. Albritton

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Everett Opie

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Walter Hayes

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Wygant, Larry J.

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National Humanities Series.

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William L. Armstrong

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The Texas Company

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Cluett

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Benjamin (Bud) Coyle

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Claud Deer

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James W. Riggs

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Mattie Evans

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Claude B. Pennington

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Earl Snider

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F. W. Fisher

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Mrs. Taber

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National Society of Literature and the Arts

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Ed C. Connor

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Harold Halsey

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Roy Bedichek

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Humble Oil and Refining Company

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Madame Virginia

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Williams, Annie Lee

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Plummer M. Barfield

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Mrs. Starkey Duncan

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Alexander Balfour Patterson

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Columbia

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Bishop Loerks

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