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Papers, 1868-1975

Author: R Wright Armstrong
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Chiefly correspondence (1922-1966) and railroad material (1868-1966), including papers reflecting Armstrong's role as vice-president of Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company (later Fort Worth and Denver Railway Company); together with scrapbooks (1923-1966) and texts on a variety of topics, among them Texas Technological College, of which Armstrong was a director, railroads, his military service in World War I  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Scrapbooks
Named Person: Earl G Phillips
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: R Wright Armstrong
OCLC Number: 28496867
Description: 35,699 leaves.

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Chiefly correspondence (1922-1966) and railroad material (1868-1966), including papers reflecting Armstrong's role as vice-president of Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company (later Fort Worth and Denver Railway Company); together with scrapbooks (1923-1966) and texts on a variety of topics, among them Texas Technological College, of which Armstrong was a director, railroads, his military service in World War I and II, and his participation in such musical groups as Old Gray Mare Band of Brownwood, Tex. Includes correspondence about the illegal confinement of Earl G. Phillips to a Texas insane asylum, his problems, and conditions at the asylum, and papers relating to the U.S. Army's 36th Infantry Division and 36th Infantry Division Association.

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