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|Title:||Sam McAlister Collection, 1919-1963|
|Primary Creator:||McAlister, Sam (1839-1963)|
|Arrangement:||Collection is arranged by document type. Document types are arranged chronologically. Collection is described at folder level.|
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Scope and Contents of the MaterialsSam McAlister, 1898-1963, was a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Government Department at North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas). The Sam McAlister Collection contains McAlister's correspondence related to his work in the government department, the Fine Arts Series, the Kiwanis Club, and the National Education Association, as well as his personal correspondence. The Collection also contains McAlister's speeches, teaching materials, and textbook manuscript, The Individual and Government.
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|Repository:||University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Preferred Citation:||Sam McAlister Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections|
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This folder contains reprints of Sam McAlister's article "Popular Control and Our Expanding Government" from the June 1942 publication of The Southwest Social Science Quarterly.
This item is a thesis entitled An Edition of the Alphonsine Gospels authored by Ruby Cumby Smith.