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Karl J. Pelzer Collection of Southeast Asia Materials

  • US TxSaT SC.018
  • Collection
  • 1925-1974, n.d.

This collection consists of pamphlets, reprints, articles, newsletters, periodicals, and other similar publications about Southeast Asia. The materials primarily focus on political issues during the 1960s and 1970s.

Pelzer, Karl J. (Karl Josef), 1909-1980

William C. Sullivan Pamphlet Collection

  • US TxSaT SC.014
  • Collection
  • 1917-1963 (bulk 1931-1959)

Collection of pamphlets on the topic of communism assembled by William C. Sullivan, former head of intelligence operations at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Many of the pamphlets are from Catholic publishers or authors. Many pamphlets have been inscribed by Sullivan, and some contain underlining or notations which may have been made by Sullivan. The collection also includes a few reproductions of articles.

Sullivan, William C.

Sir Henry Hardman Pamphlet Collection

  • US TxSaT SC.011
  • Collection
  • 1880-1980

The "Hardman Pamphlets" span the years 1880-1980, with the bulk of the material falling into the period 1920 to 1960. The pamphlets cover a broad spectrum of subjects, the greatest emphasis being on twentieth-century British, labor-oriented literature, ranging from political theories, primarily socialism, to practical worker education movements. An item-level inventory is available by clicking the image at the top of the finding aid, or at this link: https://archives.trinity.edu/uploads/r/trinity-university-archives-and-special-collections/a/2/a/a2af58831918a56f971e0e9a602733fb8bfdc8ba87804c5202edc2481b29b9b6/Hardman_Pamphlet_Inventory.pdf .

Hardman, Henry, Sir, 1905-2001

Wilmot Proviso Circulars

  • US TxSaT SC.003
  • Collection
  • 1847-1911

Collection of circulars, pamphlets, speeches, and other ephemera related to the Wilmot Proviso. The Wilmot Proviso was introduced in the United States House of Representatives on August 8, 1846 by Congressman David Wilmot as a provision of an appropriations bill. The proviso sought to ban slavery in any territory acquired from Mexico as a result of the Mexican-American War. The bill passed in the House but failed in the Senate. Although it did not pass into law, the Wilmot Proviso is credited with intensifying the slavery debate in the years leading up to the Civil War.

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