Burleson, Albert Sidney, papers, 1841-1946.

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Burleson, Albert Sidney, 1863-1937. Burleson, Albert Sidney, papers, 1841-1946.

Burleson, Albert Sidney, papers, 1841-1946.

Collection deals primarily with Burleson's years in the political arena as a United States congressman from Texas (1899-1913) and as postmaster general in Woodrow Wilson's cabinet (1913-1921).

4 ft., 7 in.

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