01/AR0729 Guide to the Constance Dudley Collection of Sarah T. Hughes Papers Hughes Finding Aid Authors: Zachary Richardson.

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Guide to the Constance Dudley Collection of Sarah T. Hughes Papers University of North Texas Special Collections Overview of the Collection Constance Dudley Collection of Sarah T. Hughes Papers 1946-1981 01/AR0729 Hughes, Sarah Tilgham, 1896-1985 Dudley, Constance. 5.00 English University of North Texas Special Collections
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This collection consists primarily of speech notes on note cards and note paper handwritten by Judge Sarah T. (Tilgham) Hughes. The collection was donated by Constance Dudley, niece of Judge Hughes.
Biographical Information:

Judge Sarah Tilgham Hughes was born on August 2, 1896 in Baltimore, Maryland. In 1917, she graduated from Goucher College with a degree in Biology. In 1922, she earned a law degree from George Washington University Law School. The same year, Judge Hughes moved to Dallas, Texas with her husband George Ernest Hughes. In 1923, she joined the firm of Priest, Herndon, and Ledbetter where she was a member till 1935.

In 1930, she was elected to her first term in the Texas House of Representatives as a Democrat and at age 34, was the youngest woman elected to the legislature. She was reelected twice to the position and spearheaded numerous progressive legislation such as prison reform, public school land use, and women's property rights. In 1935, she became Texas' first female district judge when Governor James Allred appointed her to the 14th District Court in Dallas and was reelected to the position seven times. In 1952, she was national president of the Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club. The national organization nominated her for the position of Vice President on the Democratic Party ticket that year, but Judge Hughes withdrew her name.

In 1954, she successfully passed legislature that allowed women to serve on juries. In 1960, she was the co-chair of the Kennedy-Johnson campaign in Dallas County. In October 1961, President John F. Kennedy appointed Judge Hughes as Texas' first female federal judge. In 1963, she administered the Presidential oath of office to Lyndon B. Johnson after President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Judge Hughes' most well-known decisions as a federal judge include Shultz vs. Brookhaven General Hospital in 1969 (equal pay for equal work for women), Roe vs. Wade in 1970 (the legalization of abortion in the United States), and Taylor vs. Sterrett in 1972 (upgrading prisoner treatment in Dallas County jails). She was also involved with cases related to Billie Sol Estes and the Sharpstown stock fraud scandal. Additionally, she was a supporter of the United Nations.

In 1982, Jugde Hughes retired from the bench. She passed away on April 23, 1985 at the age of 88. She was interred at Hillcrest Mausoleum and Memorial Park in Dallas, Texas.

For more biographical information on Judge Sarah T. Hughes and to view her collection, visit the Judge Sarah T. Hughes Collection.

Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Corporate Name: United Nations. Personal Name: Hughes, Sarah Tilgham, 1896-1985. Topical Term: Civil disobedience Criminal law--United States International law. Judges--United States. Women judges--United States. Women's rights--United States.
Administrative Information Conditions Governing Use:

Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.

Conditions Governing Access:

This collection is not restricted.

Preferred Citation:

Constance Dudley Papers, University of North Texas Special Collections

Related Materials:

Gwen Graul Papers, 1945-1979

Judge Sarah T. Hughes Papers, 1910-1982

Physical Characteristics or Technical Requirements:

This collection is stored off-site and requires a minimum of 24 hour notice prior to use.

Arrangement of Materials:

This collection is arranged by material into 5 boxes: Box 1: Speech Notes (1963-1969); Box 2: Speech Notes (1970-1974); Box 3: Speech Notes, Travel Notes, Organizations, Clippings, Coni Dudley; Box 4: Appointment Books, Speech Notes, Board Meeting Notes, 1946-1981; Box 5: Board Meeting Notes, Speech Notes, 1951-1962

Scope and Contents

This collection of speech notes on note cards and note paper handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes include speeches heard and delivered by Judge Hughes. Notable speech topics include the United Nations and world peace through common international law, American penal reform, dissent and civil disobedience, and women’s rights and the status of women in America.

Other textual and print materials include Judge Hughes's handwritten notes on her travels in Europe in the late 1950s and early 1960s, newspaper clippings, organization membership cards belonging to Judge Hughes, and other textual materials related to Judge Hughes.

Additionally, the collection contains a small number of photograph copies and originals of Judge Hughes.

Detailed List of Contents id11507 1 Speech Notes 642329 id11512 1 1 Speech Notes : Pretrial - Labor Conference January 29, 1963 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11513 1 2 Speech Notes : Government Is Your Bus February 13, 1963 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11514 1 3 Speech Notes : Western High School March 15, 1963 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered at Western High School in Baltimore, Maryland, the oldest public all-girls high school in United States. Judge Hughes graduated from this high school.

id11515 1 4 Speech Notes : United Nations - Our Best Hope for Peace November 17, 1963 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11516 1 5 Speech Notes : Our Unalienable Rights as Citizens of the United States February 20, 1964 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11517 1 6 Speech Notes : Democratic Party and Its Policies April 23, 1964 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11518 1 7 Speech Notes : Oklahoma College for Women May 24, 1964 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered at university now known as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, in Chickasha, Oklahoma.

id11519 1 8 Speech Notes : The Status of Women in Changing America November 6, 1964 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11520 1 9 Speech Notes : Six Weeks in Europe 1965 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11521 1 10 Speech Notes : Preserving Our American History March 18, 1965 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11522 1 11 Speech Notes : The Rule of Law May 1, 1965 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11523 1 12 Speech Notes : World Peace Through Law October 18, 1965 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11524 1 13 Speech Notes : Patent Lawyers November 4, 1965 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11525 1 14 Speech Notes : UNESCO Commission Meeting November 15, 1965 Scope and Contents

Contains note paper with notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, on UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) Commission Meeting.

id11526 1 15 Speech Notes : Federal Criminal Procedure - Post Conviction Review October 14, 1966 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11528 1 16 Speech Notes : Goals for Dallas October 20, 1966 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11527 1 17 Speech Notes : United Nations - Our Best Hope for Peace October 24, 1966 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11531 1 18 Speech Notes : [High school dropouts and juvenile offenders] November 6, 1966 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered to a high school social studies class.

id11532 1 19 Speech Notes : Where Do We Go From Here March 13, 1967 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered at Southern Methodist University.

id11598 1 20 Speech Notes : Guidance for Girls March 20, 1967 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered to American Personnel and Guidance Association (now American Counseling Association).

id11529 1 22 Speech Notes : Guidance for Girls (2) March 20, 1967 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with typed speech notes, for speech delivered by Judge Sarah T. Hughes to American Personnel and Guidance Association (now American Counseling Association).

id11530 1 23 Speech Notes : Mary Hardin-Baylor April 25, 1967 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered at Mary Hardin-Baylor College (now University of Mary Hardin-Baylor) on the history and progress of the college (a college for women until 1971).

id11533 1 24 Speech Notes : Indiana State University June 4, 1967 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, on crime, punishment, and penal reform.

id11534 1 25 Speech Notes : Our Stake in World Affairs April 23, 1968 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11535 1 26 Speech Notes : The Law and Civil Disobedience August 20, 1968 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11536 1 27 Speech Notes : Where Do We Go From Here September 28, 1968 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, at a Zonta Club meeting.

id11537 1 28 Speech Notes : Dissent, Civil Disobedience, and Violence October 9, 1968 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for a speech delivered at Southern Methodist University.

id11538 1 29 Speech Notes : Where Do We Go From Here May 31, 1969 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered to New York Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.

id11539 1 30 Speech Notes : Business and Professional Women's Clubs August 9, 1969 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11540 1 31 Speech Notes : Kappa Beta Pi August 12, 1969 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered to Kappa Beta Pi legal sorority.

id11541 1 32 Speech Notes : George Washington University Law School August 13, 1969 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11542 1 33 Speech Notes : St. Philip's Community Center undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, on St. Philip's Community Center in Dallas.

id136100 2 Speech Notes 642331 id136148 2 1 Law and Society - Where do we go from here? W.S. April 30, 1970 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136160 2 2 Texarkana 1971 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136165 2 3 Fed. Ex. Woman January 12, 1971 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes on women in ex. positions.

id136170 2 4 Law and Society - Where do we go from here? February 15, 1971 id136176 2 5 Trip - 1971 September 22, 1971 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Notes on World Peace Thru Law Conference, 1971. Also contains newspaper article on a western type carnival in Moscow - Sep. 6, 1971.

id136184 2 6 Where do we go from here? October 23, 1971 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136186 2 7 Federal Correctional Justice Offices December 5, 1972 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Topics include prison reform, inmate activities and rehabilitation.

id136216 2 8 Texas Women's Union March 14, 1972 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136217 2 9 Then and Now March 30, 1973 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136221 2 10 December 3, 1973 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136222 2 11 Equal Pay April 26, 1974 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Speech to Business and Professional Women.

id136224 2 12 Extra Mile Award October 22, 1975 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Speech given to award the Extra Mile Award.

id136234 2 13 Prisons February 28, 1976 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Given to American Association of University Women. Also includes newspaper clipping of "a pigeon that reads?" - undated.

id136237 2 14 Then and Now 1977 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Speech to Goucher Alumni.

id136249 2 15 G. W. Law School 1977 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Speech given to George Washington University Law School.

id136255 2 16 Goucher College May, 1979 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136257 2 17 Installation - Zonta 1980 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Speech given to Zonta International women's group.

id136259 2 18 The Educated Woman's Role in the Changes of the 60s undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. "The Educated Woman's Role in the Changes of the 60s - Government is your Business".

id136260 2 19 BPW Looks to Future in Legislature undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Given to Business and Professional Women.

id136278 2 20 Holcomb Study of 200 cases in State Schools undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136280 2 21 Misc. Notes undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136281 2 22 World Community Day undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Given to United Church.

id136283 2 23 International Court of Justice undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136286 2 24 Untitled undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136287 2 25 Role of Phys. Ed. in development of social fitness in young people undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136288 2 26 Untitled undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136289 2 27 Ramparts We Build undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136292 2 28 Misc. Notes undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136293 2 29 Citizenship Day undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Notes on Citizenship Day or the Texas-named "I am an American" Day.

id136294 2 30 Introduction Speech for Jim Wright undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136295 2 31 Opportunities for Women for Higher Level Jobs In Law undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136296 2 32 Untitled undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136297 2 33 Introduction for Helvi Sipila undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Intro for Helvi Sipila at the Dallas UN Association.

id136298 2 34 Installation of new officers of Tex. Fed. undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136299 2 35 Youth Appreciation undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136300 2 36 Untitled undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136301 2 37 The Unfortunate 1%: Our Responsiblity undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136302 2 38 Women's Rights undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Also contains flyer with text of Texas Constitutional Equal Legal Rights Amendment.

id136303 2 39 Introduction Speech: Sen. Henry B. Gonzales undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136304 2 40 Law Day undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136305 2 41 Biblical Women undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136306 2 42 Equal Rights Amendment 1974 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136097 3 Speech Notes, Travel Notes, Organizations, Clippings, Coni Dudley 642330 id11599 3 1 Speech Notes : United Nations - A Light to the Nations undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11600 3 2 Speech Notes : Women of America ca. 1973 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech introducing Frances Tarlton Farenthold and Barbara G. Culver at a meeting of the National Women's Political Caucus.

id11601 3 3 Speech Notes : [Crime, punishment, and penal reform] undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11602 3 4 Speech Notes : Dallas Chamber of Commerce undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech delivered to Dallas Chamber of Commerce.

id11603 3 5 Speech Notes : Women of America / National Women's Political Caucus undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for speech introducing Barbara G. Culver.

id11604 3 6 Speech Notes : North Lake College ca. 1981 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, for address to second graduating class of North Lake College in Irving.

id11605 3 7 Speech Notes : World Peace Through Law ca. 1965 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11606 3 8 Speech Notes : [Jail reform in Dallas County] undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id11607 3 9 Speech Notes : Inaugural Address January 1961 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with typed notes by Judge Sarah T. Hughes, on President John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address.

id11790 3 10 Speech Notes : Miscellaneous undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards and note paper with speech notes handwritten and typed by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Included are notes on criminal punishment, prisoner rehabilitation, and prison reform; Business and Professional Women's Clubs speeches; the United Nations; and legal issues.

id11791 3 11 Speech Notes : Miscellaneous ca. 1962, undated Scope and Contents

Contains note cards and note paper with speech notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Includes notes on Dallas Business and Professional Women's Club; a toast to the national federations of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women; on the role of the Episcopal churchman in the community (ca. 1962); and on the status of women in a changing America.

id11792 3 12 Travel Notes : Miscellaneous July 1959, undated Scope and Contents

Contains note paper with travel notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Includes notes on travels to Congress of Business and Professional Women of the Americas in Buenos Aires, Argentina; France, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, and Czechoslovakia; East Germany, West Germany, and Paris (July 1959); Italy, Yugoslavia, Romania, Hungary, Soviet Union, Finland, and Denmark; and Yugoslavia and Switzerland.

id11793 3 13 Travel Notes : Miscellaneous undated, February 22, 1962 Scope and Contents

Contains note cards with travel notes handwritten by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Includes travel notes on Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, England, and Scotland (related to International Federation of Business and Professional Women); France (related to IFBPW); West Germany (related to IFBPW); and the United Nations General Assembly (February 22, 1962).

id11758 3 14 Organizations : Membership Cards (A - O) 1975-1983 Scope and Contents

Contains plastic and paper membership cards belonging to Judge Sarah T. Hughes, certifying membership in various civic, political, social, and cultural clubs and organizations.

id11759 3 15 Organizations : Membership Cards (G - J) 1978-1983 Scope and Contents

Contains paper membership cards belonging to Judge Sarah T. Hughes, certifying membership in various civic, political, social, and cultural clubs and organizations.

id11760 3 16 Organizations : Membership Cards (M - Z) 1978-1982 Scope and Contents

Contains paper and plastic membership cards belonging to Judge Sarah T. Hughes, certifying membership in various civic, political, social, and cultural clubs and organizations.

id11761 3 17 Organizations : Business and Professional Women's Club of Dallas, Inc. undated Scope and Contents

Contains a transcript of procedure for induction of new officers into the Business and Professional Women's Club of Dallas, Inc.

id11762 3 18 Organizations : Zonta Club undated Scope and Contents

Contains a copy of suggested procedure for the installation of Zonta Club officers.

id11763 3 19 Organizations : United World Federalists, Inc. ca. 1963 Scope and Contents

Contains a membership form for United World Federalists, Inc.

id11766 3 20 Newspaper Clippings 1964, undated Scope and Contents

Contains clippings from Dallas Times Herald.

id11768 3 21 Coni Dudley Papers ca. 1932, 1971, undated Scope and Contents

Contains miscellaneous textual materials related to Judge Sarah T. Hughes, including business card advertising Hughes's candidacy for second term (1932-1933) as a Texas state representative; photocopy of page from The Cherry Tree (1922), annual of George Washington University; microcopy of article on Miss Sarah Tilghman joining women's police force of Washington, D.C.; transcribed typed copy of letter from STH to her brother; and photocopy of A Federal Judge's Prayer (Atlanta Lawyer's Club, March 17, 1971) signed by Charles Carpenter.

id11769 3 22 Coni Dudley Photos 1962, 1976, undated Scope and Contents

Mostly contains copies of photos of Judge Sarah T. Hughes, depicting Judge Hughes during various periods of her life. Includes an original 3.5 x 3.5 color print (April 1962) of Judge Hughes in Washington with Lyndon B. Johnson, during her federal judgeship confirmation.

id136098 4 Appointment Books, Speech Notes, Board Meeting Notes 1946-1981 642257 id136355 4 1 Appointment Diaries 1972-1973 Scope and Contents

Appointment books for 1972 and 1973.

id136356 4 2 Appointment Diaries 1973-1974 Scope and Contents

Appointment books for 1973 and 1974.

id136357 4 3 Appointment Diaries 1975-1976 Scope and Contents

Appointment books for 1975 and 1976.

id136358 4 4 Appointment Diaries 1977-1978 Scope and Contents

Appointment books for 1977 and 1978.

id136359 4 5 Appointment Diaries 1979 Scope and Contents

Appointment book for 1979.

id136360 4 6 Appointment Diaries 1980-1981 Scope and Contents

Appointment books for 1980 and 1981.

id136363 4 7 Misc. Cards 1975, 1983, and undated Scope and Contents

Includes business cards, insurance card, social security card, bank account card, credit card, frequent flyer card and pacemaker ID card.

id136370 4 8 Speech Notes: Skill in Human Relations April 11, 1946 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136384 4 9 Speech Notes: "Free Enterprise--Do we have it?" August 14, 1947 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes. Also includes newspaper clippings from 1947.

id136385 4 10 Speech Notes: "The Constitution--an instrument for freedom" January 30, 1948 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136386 4 11 Speech Notes: Commencement--The Hockaday School May 31, 1948 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136388 4 12 Speech Notes: Highland Park Presbyterian Church December 12, 1948 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on notecards by Sarah T. Hughes. Subject is "good will towards men".

id136392 4 13 Speech Notes: "World Government--the way to peace" March 11, 1949 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136396 4 14 Speech Notes: Juvenile Court - Bar October 29, 1949 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes. Outline of plan to rehabilitate juvenile offenders.

id136397 4 15 Speech Notes: "Teamwork for good citizenship" February 6, 1950 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136398 4 16 Speech Notes: Jury Reform - San Antonio February 27, 1950 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes. Subject is the importance of juries and how to manage the system well.

id136399 4 17 Speech Notes: "A Judge's Life is Never Dull" June 10, 1950 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136400 4 18 Speech Notes: Europe September 3, 1950 Scope and Contents

Speech Notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes. Speech on Europe given to Community Church.

id136402 4 19 Speech Notes: "Measure up for full partnership" September 29, 1950 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136403 4 20 Speech Notes: Dallas District Conference October 1, 1950 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136404 4 21 Speech Notes: Jury Selection - Judges Meeting November 2, 1950 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136405 4 22 Board Meeting Notes: 1951 - Holland 1951 Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes by Sarah T. Hughes.

id136099 5 Board Meeting Notes, Speech Notes 1951-1962 642258 id136415 5 1 Board Meeting Notes - Chicago July 1951 Scope and Contents

Note cards with handwritten notes by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136416 5 2 Board Meeting Notes August 12, 1951 Scope and Contents

Note cards with handwritten notes by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136418 5 3 Speech Notes: "Responsibility of Women for Leadership in World Cities" October 7, 1951 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136419 5 4 Speech Notes: "Ramparts We Build" May 25, 1952 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136420 5 5 Speech Notes: "What do we mean by Individual Liberty?" June 15, 1952 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136422 5 6 Speech Notes: "To the Future" June 26, 1952 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136423 5 7 Speech Notes: "Ramparts we Build" September 20, 1952 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136425 5 8 Speech Notes:" Jury Service - a Responsibility of Citizenship" - Chattanooga September 27, 1952 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136427 5 9 Speech Notes: Germany January 30, 1953 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136428 5 10 Speech Notes: Young Democrats - Ft. Worth July 11, 1954 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136429 5 11 Speech Notes: Harvest of Ideas September 18, 1954 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136432 5 12 Speech Notes: Career Clinic - NDH February 28, 1955 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136434 5 13 Speech Notes: Org. of American States and UN May 7, 1955 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136435 5 14 Speech Notes: Commencement - Gainesville May 27, 1955 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136436 5 15 Board Meeting Notes - Berne August 1955 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136437 5 16 Speech Notes: Present-Day Yugoslavia March 3, 1956 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136438 5 17 Speech Notes: Yugoslavia Counts April 27, 1956 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136440 5 18 Speech Notes: Welcome to P&P Conference May 4, 1956 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136441 5 19 Speech Notes: UNESCO March 2, 1957 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136442 5 20 Speech Notes: "Politics - how to get started" September 21, 1957 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136443 5 21 Speech Notes: Lancaster High School February 7, 1958 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136445 5 22 Speech Notes: "You Can be Better Than You Are February 21, 1958 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136448 5 23 Speech Notes: "Widening horizons with friends around the world" April 25, 1958 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136449 5 24 Speech Notes: "Governemnt is Your Business" April 26, 1958 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136450 5 25 Speech Notes: Corsicana Democrats November 15, 1958 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136451 5 26 Speech Notes: "My experience in Politics" February 24, 1959 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136452 5 27 Speech Notes: "Qualities of an Employable Personality" April 25, 1959 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136453 5 28 Speech Notes: Ft. Stockton September 25, 1959 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136454 5 29 Speech Notes: "Youth and the Church" November 6, 1959 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136455 5 30 Speech Notes: "The Family in Society" January 20, 1960 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136456 5 31 Speech Notes: Public School Week February 28, 1960 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136457 5 32 Speech Notes: "Our Stake in Society of Women Committee" May 1, 1960 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136458 5 33 Speech Notes: Leadership August 3, 1960 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136459 5 34 Speech Notes: "What it means to be a member of Business and Professional Women at home and abroad" October 2, 1960 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136460 5 35 Speech Notes: "Secretaries - Better Living" March 18, 1961 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136461 5 36 Speech Notes: "Youth - Our Responsibility March 24, 1961 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136462 5 37 Speech Notes: "Advancing Women as Citizens" April 13, 1961 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136463 5 38 Speech Notes: Sojourner Truth Award April 16, 1961 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136464 5 39 Speech Notes: "Our stake in the Fed." May 20, 1961 Scope and Contents

Speech notes handwritten on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.

id136465 5 40 Notes: Problems of Support and Custody (of children) October 4, 1962 Scope and Contents

Notes typed on note cards by Judge Sarah T. Hughes.