Robert T. Neill Collection




West Texas Collection

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Robert T. Neill (1879-1962) was the U.S. Commissioner in San Antonio, the assistant district attorney in El Paso, and an attorney with the Justice Department in Washington D.C. He later worked as a defense attorney, representing Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and oil companies. He moved to San Angelo and worked as a partner at the firm Hill & Hill. The collection is made up of original and copied materials from the career and life of Robert T. Neill. The topics vary widely but most pertain to West Texas or to Neill’s legal work. Within the collection is material from a friend and business associate, Oscar Frink and material on the Neill family.


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Robert T. Neill, U.S. Commissioner, Justice Department, Industrial Workers of the World, IWW, West Texas, Associated Press, San Angelo, Spanish-American War, West Texas Military Academy, Oscar Frink, W.H. Arnold, Judge Neill, L.C. Adkins, V.L. Morris, W. Lynn Parkinson, U.S. Waugh, A.E. Spor, A.T. Alcorn, E. Rayne McComb, Herzog, Dan Moody, USA v. Harte-Hanks, Orlando M. Smith, H.H. Arnold, Orville Wright, Wilbur Wright, Tait, Stroope, Lineweber, Colbath Neel, Stephen F. Austin, Emily M. Perry, LaDorna Baker, Travis E. Baker, Nancy Harris Cartledge, Edward Crane, Edward Gamble, Harvey R. Gamble, Jared Hill, Zola McSpadden, Justice W.E. Monteith, Marshall Wilson Terrell, F.C. Wojtek, Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, J.TAC Newspaper, J.B. Hatchitt, W. Hume Everett, Lela Neill


Robert T. Neill Papers, West Texas Collection, Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX