Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Elmo Willard, III, was a leader of Beaumont's civil rights movement. He and his law partner, Theodore Johns, won cases for the desegregation of Beaumont's public parks and Lamar University. These papers include correspondence, legal documents, news clippings, and photographs.
This collection contains the personal and legal papers, and artifacts of Margaret A. Chamberlain during her life in Beaumont, Texas.
The O'Brien Family Papers document the remarkably parallel lives of three generations of the O'Brien men. George, Chenault, and Chilton O'Brien were leaders who improved Southeast Texas with their service in the military, political, business, religious, and organizational life in Beaumont, Texas.
This collection is comprised of historical records related to the Orgain, Bell, and Tucker Law Firm. The firm was founded by William E. Orgain, Major T. Bell, and John G. Tucker in the early twentieth century. Records include telegrams, correspondence, publications, newspaper clippings, maps, and legal records.