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Crane, Martin McNulty, papers, 1834-1973.

Author: Martin McNulty Crane; Edward Crane
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of politically-oriented correspondence of Crane, a leading progressive Democrat, dealing with his anti-trust suit against the Waters-Pierce Oil Company as Texas attorney general, his campaign to remove Joseph Weldon Bailey from the U.S. Senate, his support of Woodrow Wilson at the Democratic convention of 1912, his role as counsel for the Texas legislature in the impeachment trial of Texas
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Genre/Form: Archives
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Named Person: Joseph Weldon Bailey; Thomas Henry Ball; Oscar Branch Colquitt; Edward Crane; Martin McNulty Crane; Minnie Fisher Cunningham; Hiram Wesley Evans; James Edward Ferguson; Miriam Amanda Ferguson; Hugh Nugent Fitzgerald; William Pettus Hobby; William Clifford Hogg; Cone Johnson; Daniel James Moody; Pat Morris Neff; William F Ramsey; John H Reagan; Felix D Robertson; Ocie Speer; Cullen Fleming Thomas; W H family Taylor
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Martin McNulty Crane; Edward Crane
OCLC Number: 20659939
Description: 10 ft., 1 in.

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The collection consists of politically-oriented correspondence of Crane, a leading progressive Democrat, dealing with his anti-trust suit against the Waters-Pierce Oil Company as Texas attorney general, his campaign to remove Joseph Weldon Bailey from the U.S. Senate, his support of Woodrow Wilson at the Democratic convention of 1912, his role as counsel for the Texas legislature in the impeachment trial of Texas governor James E. Ferguson, and his leadership of the anti-Ku Klux Klan movement in the 1920s.

Also included is correspondence connected with the business of Crane's law firm and personal correspondence of his large family, especially his son Edward, also a lawyer and a law professor and regent of the University of Texas. In addition the collection contains correspondence, sermons, essays, and school papers connected with the family of Crane's wife, Eula Olatia Taylor, daughter of Baptist minister W.H. Taylor.

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