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Briscoe, Dolph

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Personal name headingBriscoe, Dolph
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See alsoTexas. Governor (1973-1979 : Briscoe)
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedUvalde (Tex.)
Birth date1923-04-23
Death date2010-06-27
Place of birthUvalde (Tex.)
Place of deathUvalde (Tex.)
AffiliationTexas. Legislature. House of Representatives
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association
Texas. Governor
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Profession or occupationLegislators Ranchers Governors Philanthropists
Found inTexas. Governor, 1973-1979 (Briscoe). Report to the 66th legislature ... 1978 (xx-ref.) t.p. (Dolph Briscoe, governor of Texas, 1973-1979)
NUCMC data from Texas Tech Univ. for Formby, M.C. Papers, 1883-1980 (Dolph Briscoe)
Bio. and gen. master ind., c1980 (shows listings under forms Briscoe, Dolph; Briscoe, Dolph, Jr.; and Briscoe, Dolph, Jr., 1923- )
Wikipedia WWW site, June 28, 2010 (Dolph Briscoe, Jr.; b. Apr. 23, 1923, Uvalde; d. there June 27, 2010; rancher and businessman; 41st governor of Texas, 1973-1979)
Legislative Reference Library of Texas, Governors of Texas, 1846-present web page, May 27, 2016: (Dolph Briscoe; term as governor, Jan. 16, 1973-Jan. 16, 1979; member, Texas House of Representatives, 1949-1957)
Briscoe Center for American History, May 31, 2016: about the Dolph Briscoe Center (Dolph Briscoe, Texan, biography; graduation from University of Texas in 1943; served in China-Burma-India theater during WWII; became president of Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Assn. in 1960; in 2008, Univ. of Texas at Austin announced naming of its Center for American History after Gov. Briscoe, following gifts totaling $15 million)
Associated languageeng