A letter from Dwight Eisenhower to Allan Shivers discussing his visit to Texas and future meeting to Seattle, Washington. In addition the letter discusses Federal Government appropriation to Texas' drought stricken areas.
A letter from President Eisenhower to Allan Shivers thanking him for his letter and the suggestion to use the artist, John Moranz, for a portrait. In addition Eisenhower states his golf score which shows their fondness for golf outings.
A letter from President Eisenhower to Allan Shivers thanking him and Governor Murray for the desk. The desk was sent to Eisenhower's vacation home in Augusta, Georgia. President Eisenhower comments on the workmanship and quality of the desk.
A letter from President Eisenhower's Chief-of-Staff, Sherman Adams, thanking Allan Shivers for his support during the 1952 Presidential election. The letter indicates the level of gratitude towards Texas Governor Shivers from Eisenhower's…
Robyn Ladino, author of "Desegregating Texas Schools: Eisenhower, Shivers, and the Crisis at Mansfield High" asks the Attorney General, Herbert Brownell some questions about the events that led to the crisis, and the crisis itself.