Gregory, Thomas Watt Family 1967-09-24

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This tape involves several individuals. It is somewhat confusing, but apparently deals with Mr. Gregory and his relationship with President Woodrow Wilson. The listener needs to know some background to obtain the most value from the tape, yet despite this it contains a great deal of information.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Thomas Watt Gregory Family

Additional Parties Recorded:

Date: September 24, 1967


Interviewer: Frank Simpson

Length: 35 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: [Begins in the middle of a conversation with nothing identified], University of Houston, Raising money for gym (1900), Large contributors, Jesse Jones & Buckingham Palace incident, Gracy (?) and Buckingham incident, Jesse Jones and first Washington visit incident, Mr. Gregory, Attitude toward "Wilson" war treaty, Article XIV, Reasons for returning to Houston, Age at death, Auto accident, Wife’s pneumonia, Ulcers, Hearing problem, Nervous temperament, Supreme Court offer, Personal relationship with President Wilson, Brandeis and U. S. Supreme Court, Profiles in Courage view, Presidential election and Hughes arrangement, First meeting with Brandeis, Sam Kemp assistance, Judge Knox appointment.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: c. 1900-1920

Bulk Dates: c. 1900-1920

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