Johnson, Elmer Harrison, papers, 1906-1950.


Johnson, Elmer Harrison, papers, 1906-1950.

Papers relate to the career of Johnson (1893-1947), industrial economist and geographer with the University of Texas Bureau of Business Research and staff member of Texas Business Review, and concern his research and writing on natural resources, industrialization, physiography, geology and metallurgy as well as Texas and the Southwest. Included are speeches, articles, lecture notes, reports, proceedings, press releases, and newspaper clippings.

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