Oral History Interview with Bob Murphey, April 19, 1969

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Interview with attorney and former Sergeant-at-Arms of the Texas House of Representatives Bob Murphey, who is from Nacogdoches, Texas. Mr. Murphey is also an accomplished public speaker and the nephew of former Governor Coke Stevenson, who he comments on. In the interview, he discusses his experiences while serving as Sergeant-at-Arms. Mr. Murphey also describes his thoughts and personal views on the Stevenson-Johnson senatorial race of 1948.

Creator(s):
Location(s): United States - Texas
Creation Date: April 19, 1969
Partner(s):
UNT Oral History Program
Collection(s):
UNT Oral Histories
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Creator (Interviewer):
Odom, E. Dale

Dr. E. Dale Odom

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Publisher Info:
Place of Publication: Denton, Texas
Date(s):
  • Creation: April 19, 1969
Coverage:
Place
United States - Texas
Era
Into Modern Times, 1939-Present
Oil and Gas, 1901-Present
New South, Populism, Progressivism, and the Great Depression, 1877-1939
From July 31, 1921 to April 19, 1969
Description:

Interview with attorney and former Sergeant-at-Arms of the Texas House of Representatives Bob Murphey, who is from Nacogdoches, Texas. Mr. Murphey is also an accomplished public speaker and the nephew of former Governor Coke Stevenson, who he comments on. In the interview, he discusses his experiences while serving as Sergeant-at-Arms. Mr. Murphey also describes his thoughts and personal views on the Stevenson-Johnson senatorial race of 1948.

Physical Description:

75 p. ; 28 cm.

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Keyword(s): oral histories | biographies | interviews | public speakers | nephews | relations | experiences | Sergeants-at-Arms
Partner:
UNT Oral History Program
Collection:
UNT Oral Histories
Identifier:
  • LOCAL-CONT-NO: Number 43
  • ARK: ark:/67531/metapth223589
Resource Type: Book
Format: Text
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Access: Use restricted to UNT Community
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