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[Letter from Neil B. Watson to Sarah Anna Simmons Crane - July 24, 1961]

Description: A letter written to Mrs. Crane, 114 E. 90 Street, New York, New York c/o Venza from Neil B. Watson, Superintendent, The Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn 32, N.Y. Watson replies to a letter from Crane dated July 24, 1961 and advises her regarding local monument firms that she may contact for the information as to costs of a marker. Crane handwrites to Carswell at the bottom left of the page advising that the information needed by her and Carswell was obtained over the telephone later.
Date: July 24, 1961
Creator: Watson, Neil B.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Helen Muller - July 28, 1965]

Description: A letter written to Miss Helen Muller, Goodwell, Oklahoma from T. N. Carswell, dated July 28, 1965. Carswell expresses his appreciation for the letter from Muller expressing her concern for Dr. Cyrus N. Ray and advises that Mr. Dudly Ray of Lubbock "simply announced to me over the phone that he was here after a month's delay". He hopes that she can come to Abilene to appraise Dr. Ray's condition. The reverse side includes business letterhead of Little Tuffy Mfg. Co. A Division of Abilene Machine Co., 1342 Pine Street, Abilene, Texas and bears Assurance Opaque Parchment watermark.
Date: July 28, 1965
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Letter from Helen Muller to Dr. Cyrus N. Ray - July 19, 1965]

Description: A letter written to "Uncle Cy" [Dr. Cyrus N. Ray], Abilene, Texas from Helen Muller, Goodwell, Oklahoma, dated July 19, 1965. Muller suggests to Ray that he should be living in a place where people can care for his needs and where he will have company.
Date: July 19, 1965
Creator: Muller, Helen
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Helen Muller to T. N. Carswell - July 20, 1965]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas from Helen Muller, Panhandle Agricultural and Mechanical College, Office of the Registrar, Goodwell, Oklahoma, dated July 20, 1965. Muller expresses her appreciation for the letter from Carswell concerning Dr. Cyrus N. Ray and explains that she wrote to Ray but does not know him. She offers to help financially, if needed, and advises that Mr. Ambrose Ray of Lubbock should know Dr. Ray well due her understanding that their families visited.
Date: July 20, 1965
Creator: Muller, Helen
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Helen Muller - July 17, 1965]

Description: A letter written to Miss Helen Muller, Goodwell, Oklahoma from T. N. Carswell, dated July 17, 1965. Carswell advises that he wrote to her a month ago but did not have her given name correct and was concerned that she did not receive his letter. He explains that he is writing in hope that on her advice that Dr. Cyrus N. Ray will accept institutional care. The reverse side includes a blank purchase order of Abilene Machine Company, 1334-42 Pine STreet, Abilene, Texas.
Date: July 17, 1965
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Senator David W. Ratliff to T. N. Carswell - July 18, 1961]

Description: A letter addressed to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas from David W. Ratliff, The Senate of The State of Texas, Austin, dated July 18, 1961. Ratliff expresses his appreciation for Carswell's help with his tenure of "Governor for a Day".
Date: July 18, 1961
Creator: Ratliff, David W.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to P. D. O'Brien - July 21, 1961]

Description: A letter written to Brother "Dick" [Dr. P. D. O'Brien], Pastor, First Baptist Church, Big Spring, Texas, from T. N. Carswell, dated July 21, 1961. Carswell expresses his appreciation for the service he and Mrs. O'Brien rendered in witnessing Mrs. Carswell's signature to her will requesting that he use the enclosed check for the enlargement plans of their Church.
Date: July 21, 1961
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from P. D. O'Brien to T. N. Carswell - July 26, 1961]

Description: A letter written to T. N. Carswell from P. D. O'Brien, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Big Spring, Texas, dated July 26, 1961. O'Brien expresses his pleasure at having the occasion to meet and fellowship with Carswell even if only briefly all these years and reminisces about the "good days at old Simmons College". He expresses his pleasure in doing the favor [witnessing Mrs. Carswell's signature] and for the check which he put into the building fund "hoping it will yield dividends for all eternity".
Date: July 26, 1961
Creator: O'Brien, P. D.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from J. D. Sandefer, Jr. to T. N. Carswell - July 7, 1972]

Description: A letter written to Tommy Carswell from Jake [J. D. Sandefer, Jr.], Breckenridge, Texas, dated July 7, 1972. Sandefer expresses his appreciation to Carswell for his presence during his sad hours. He speaks of his Carrie Lynn as a gallant lady and tells Carswell that he has always felt like he was one of the family.
Date: July 7, 1972
Creator: Sandefer, J. D., Jr.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Earl & Mrs. Guitar - July 10, 1970]

Description: A letter written to Earl & Mrs. Guitar from "Tommy" Carswell, dated Friday a.m., July 10, 1970. Carswell expresses his appreciation to the Guitars for the privilege of fishing in their Elmdale Ranch tanks and shares the story of him fishing in a pond created by the damming of a creek which ran into the Okefenokee Swamp. "Soon afer their marriage in 1866, following father's return from the Civil War, a creek running near their farm home and flowing into the Okefenokee Swamp, was dammed. The waterhead was about five and a half inches, providing sufficient power for gin and gristmill, covering four or five hundred acres, my first fish pond."
Date: July 10, 1970
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Mary Lou Weatherford - July 14, 1954]

Description: A letter written to Miss Mary Lou Weatherford, PBX Operator, Drilling and Exploration Company, Houston, Texas from T. N. Carswell, dated July 14, 1954. Carswell requests a favor from Miss Weatherford, like last year, regarding purchasing flowers and a card for his daughter's birthday, Peggy Carswell, "who works there with you at D & E".
Date: July 14, 1954
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Mary Lou Weatherford to T. N. Carswell - July 23, 1953]

Description: A letter written to Mr. Carswell from Mary Lou Weatherford, Drilling and Exploration Company, Inc., Houston 2, Texas, dated July 23, 1953. Weatherford acknowledges the receipt of the letter from Carswell containing a check for reimbursement for a rose for Peggy. She advises of her enjoyment in doing that favor for him noting that Peggy is a fine girl and well thought of there.
Date: July 23, 1953
Creator: Weatherford, Mary Lou
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from J. D. Sandefer, Jr. to T. N. Carswell - July 26, 1950]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas from "Jake" [J. D. Sandefer, Jr.], Breckenridge, Texas, dated July 26, 1950. Sandefer expresses his appreciation for Carswell's "interest in that little Mother of mine" and assures him that she enjoyed the recent visit from Carswell.
Date: July 26, 1950
Creator: Sandefer, J. D., Jr.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from O. E. Radford to T. N. Carswell - July 7, 1944]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, State Headquarters Selective Service, Tribune Tower, Austin, Texas from Omar E. Radford, Abilene, Texas, dated July 7, 1944. Radford advises Carswell that he had been out of the office and found the letter of June 14 from Carswell with an enclosed check. He advises that he credited his account, agrees that the hotel stock should bring above par if Carswell decides to sell and congratulates him regarding the fine showing made by his daughter in receiving well deserved honors.
Date: July 7, 1944
Creator: Radford, O. E.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Lieutenant Colonel C. M. Johnson - July 15, 1942]

Description: A letter written to C. M. Johnson, Lt. Col., Camp Sutton, North Carolina from T. N. Carswell, dated July 15, 1942. Carswell advises Johnson that he had learned that some men were still needed in his regiment. He asks Johnson if the need is of such a nature that he could meet it and then lists his qualifications.
Date: July 15, 1942
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from C. M. Johnson to T. N. Carswell - July 24, 1942]

Description: A letter written to T. N. Carswell from C. M. Johnson, The Ordnance Training Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland dated July 24, 1942. Johnson replies to the letter from Carswell in which he requests to join the service and addresses his desire to serve as "the old itch" advising him to contact Ft. Sam Houston, Texas as they may be able to use him but the age limit in his outfit is 50, even for a full Colonel.
Date: July 24, 1942
Creator: Johnson, C. M.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Excerpt from a letter written by Charles E. Coombes]

Description: An excerpt from a letter written by Chas. E. Coombes, Stamford, Texas. The letter contains a written harangue directed to an unidentified correspondent regarding the importance of the Texas Cowboy Reunion, Inc. in comparison to a delay in the distribution of the Colbert funds for Mr. Gee.
Date: July 6, 1941
Creator: Coombes, Charles E.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Charles E. Coombes to T. N. Carswell - July 17, 1941]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas from Chas. E. Coombes, Stamford, Texas, dated June 17, 1941 [July 17, 1941]. Coombes expresses his regret regarding Carswell's request for rodeo tickets that was not complied with. He explains what must have happened and notes that he enclosed an excerpt from a letter that he wrote on a business matter on July 6th which would give Carswell "some idea of the situation". An enclosure included an excerpt from a letter written by Chas. E. Coombes, Stamford, Texas. Written harangue directed to an unidentified correspondent regarding the importance of the Texas Cowboy Reunion, Inc. in comparison to a delay in the distribution of the Colbert funds for Mr. Gee.
Date: July 17, 1941
Creator: Coombes, Charles E.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Grover Sellers to T. N. Carswell - July 15, 1944]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas, from Grover Sellers, Attorney General of Texas, Austin, dated July 15, 1944. Sellers expresses his appreciation for the letter from Carswell dated July 7th. Sellers advises that he had previously received copies of the enclosure and confirms that the letter is entirely false noting that such tactics are often employed by a certain type of politician.
Date: July 15, 1944
Creator: Sellers, Grover
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to The President - July 6, 1944]

Description: A letter addressed to The President of the United States, The White House, Washington, D. C., from T. N. Carswell, dated July 6, 1944. Carswell begins by stating that he trusts the President will comprehend the spirit prompting this letter and confirms that the President has the support of the congress but notes a trend among the people themselves that is deeply forboding, a public opinion which might circumvent and nullify the President's leadership. Carswell recommends Roosevelt not run for re-election but be the country and the world's ambassador for universal peace. "Mr. President, to few men has come the opportunity and necessity to make such a decision. May you, under God, make the right one."
Date: July 6, 1944
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter and envelope: From William D. Hassett to T. N. Carswell - July 12, 1944]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas, from William D. Hassett, Secretary to the President, The White House, Washington, dated July 12, 1944. Hassett expresses appreciation from the President for the letter from Carswell, for "this frank and thoughtful expression of your views". The envelope into which the letter was placed is also included in the record. Postmarked envelope addressed to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas with a forwarding address to Selective Service, Local Board No. 1, Victoria, Texas from The White House, Official Business, postmarked Washington, DC, July 13, 1944. The reverse side includes a second postmark of Abilene, Texas, July 17, 1944.
Date: July 12, 1944
Creator: Hassett, William D.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Senator Tom Connally to T. N. Carswell - July 5, 1943]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas, from Tom Connally, United States Senate, dated July 5, 1943. Connally expresses his appreciation for the letter from Carswell expressing approval and congratulations on Connally's sponsorship of the strike bill which was passed over the President's veto.
Date: July 5, 1943
Creator: Connally, Tom
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Dan Moody to T. N. Carswell - July 30, 1942]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas, from Dan Moody, Austin, Texas, dated July 30, 1942. Moody acknowledges his receipt of the letter from Carswell and advises that he did not regret that he made the campaign, only the results. He expresses his appreciation for what Carswell and his other friends in Abilene did for him.
Date: July 30, 1942
Creator: Moody, Dan
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from James Shaw to T. N. Carswell - July 10, 1942]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas, from Moody Campaign Headquarters by James Shaw, Austin, Texas, dated July 10, 1942. Shaw acknowledges the receipt of the letter from Carswell, addressed to the Governor, advising that the letter is being answered by him due to "the Governor is out campaigning". He advises Carswell that the Governor will speak in Abilene on July 16th and requests a big crowd with radio and all the things that go into making a speech a big success.
Date: July 10, 1942
Creator: Shaw, James
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
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