State Representative Neil Caldwell writes an informational letter to
his constituents in 1972
Typed Letter signed: "Neil Caldwell", 1p. 8½x11, Angleton,
Texas, 1972 October 20, on State of Texas letterhead. To: Dear Folks:. In
part: "We have just concluded another Special Session and, although
Governor Smith went away mad, considerable progress was made for the good of
Brazoria County and the entire Gulf Coast...It has been a pleasure serving
you,..." Neil Caldwell (born 1929), an attorney, was a Texas State
Representative (1960-1976), Judge (1976-1994) and was also the
Texas State Artist (1987-1988). While attending college, Caldwell
contributed political cartoons to The Daily Texan at the University of
Texas, as a Judge, he drew what he saw from the bench -Justice in Black and
White. His oil paintings and drawings are displayed at the law schools at
Baylor, South Texas College of Law, University of Houston, and the University of
Texas. His work has been shown at galleries across the county. Caldwell,
"I would like to be remembered as a fair judge, always
trying to do the right thing". Normal mailing folds.
Lightly creased at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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