Milton and Ruth Dodson, 1930-1963, undated
Series VI holds documents pertaining to Milton and Ruth Dodson. Milton Dodson, the “Son of the Texas Revolution,” was the subject of one of Dobie’s publications. Ruth Dodson, a Texas folklorist and historian, was an associate of J. Frank Dobie, as well as Dudley Dobie, Sr. There are four subseries within this collection. The first subseries is correspondence, mostly from Ruth Dodson to Dudley Dobie, Sr. The bulk of these letters is from 1930 through 1933; however, they continue through 1951. The second subseries has documents relating to the article about Milton Dodson, including an original draft. The third subseries contains writings by Ruth Dodson. The fourth subseries contains articles about Ruth Dodson, encompassing the years 1935 through 1963.
- 1930-1963, undated
- From the Collection: Dobie, Dudley R., 1904-1982 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
From the Collection: 24 boxes
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English