Battle, William James, papers, 1870-1959.

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Battle, William James, 1870-1955. Battle, William James, papers, 1870-1959.

Battle, William James, papers, 1870-1959.

Papers were produced and collected by Battle (1870-1955) and relate to his professional career at the University of Texas (1893-1917, 1920-1949), his graduate studies while at Harvard (1890-1893), his personal life, his life in Austin, Texas, his travels in Europe and America, his lifelong interest in classical languages, civilization and fine art, and to his role in the controversy between Governor James Edward Ferguson and the University of Texas (1914-1917).

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