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Martin A. Row Papers, 1766-1957 | SHSU Special Collections & University Archives

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Collection Overview

Title: Martin A. Row Papers, 1766-1957Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1900-1957

Extent: 9.0 Boxes

Arrangement: The correspondence in the collection is arranged in the order previously assigned.  The legal pamphlets are arranged by the court and district of their origination.

Subjects: Atlantic Refining Company, Humble Oil and Refining Company (Incorporated in Tex.), Padre Island (Tex.) - History, Railroad Commission of Texas, Submerged lands - Law and legislation - Texas, Sun Oil Company, Texas lawyers, Tide Water Associated Oil Company

Forms of Material: Gulf Region (Tex.) - Pictorial works, Row, Martin A. - Correspondence, Tide-waters - Law and legislation - Texas

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Martin A. Row Collection (1766-1957; nine boxes) contains materials belonging to attorney Martin A. Row.  The collection includes legal briefs and arguments concerning Sun Oil Company as well as Martin A. Row’s professional notes on Padre Island and photographs of the Texas coast.  The collection also contains Martin A. Row’s personal books and a small amount of his professional correspondence concerning the Texas Tidelands case.

The Tidelands controversy between the United States and Texas involved submerged and coastal lands in the Gulf of Mexico.  The focus of the dispute was the royalties and leasing of the submerged lands of Texas and whether the rights belonged to the Federal government or the Texas government.

Collection Historical Note

Martin A. Row (1901-1995) was employed by Sun Oil Company as a land man in 1924.  After finishing his law education in 1930, he was assigned to the Southwest division’s legal department.  Row was Sun Oil Company’s lead lawyer in the Texas Tidelands case in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

Martin Row was married and he and his wife had one son.  In early July of 1952 Mrs. Row passed away in Dallas, Texas.  By 1960, Martin was special counsel for domestic regulatory and natural gas matters.  He then became special counsel for foreign production operations in 1961.  Martin A. Row retired from Sun Oil Company in 1966.

Subject/Index Terms

Atlantic Refining Company
Humble Oil and Refining Company (Incorporated in Tex.)
Padre Island (Tex.) - History
Railroad Commission of Texas
Submerged lands - Law and legislation - Texas
Sun Oil Company
Texas lawyers
Tide Water Associated Oil Company

Administrative Information

Repository: SHSU Special Collections & University Archives

Use Restrictions:

The materials represented in this finding aid have been made available for research, teaching and private use. For these purposes, you may reproduce (print, make photocopies, or download) these items without prior permission on the condition that you provide proper attribution of the source in all copies.

Please contact the Newton Gresham Library's Special Collections and University Archives department to request permissions to reproduce materials for any other purpose, or to obtain information regarding the copyright status of a particular digital image, text, audio or video recording.

Preferred Citation: Martin A. Row Papers. SHSU Special Collections, Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas.


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Folder 1: Conservation of Oil and Gas, 1947 December 6Add to your cart.
An address delivered by J.A. Rauhut of Austin, Texas
Folder 2: Havana Charter for an International Trade Organization, 1948 March 24Add to your cart.
The Department of the State USA
Folder 3: University of Texas Board of Regents material, 1945 January 26Add to your cart.
Reasons of Dudley K. Woodward, Jr. Chairman of the Board of Regents of The University of Texas, for Voting Against the Election of Dr. Homer P. Rainey as President of The University of Texas.  Includes pamphlet and memo
Folder 4: Federal Debt Management, 1954 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Committee for Economic Development
Folder 5: Conservation of Oil and Gas by J.C. Hunter, 1944 JulyAdd to your cart.
Reprinted from Interstate Oil Compact Quarterly Bulletin
Folder 6: White Book of the U.S. Foreign Policy, 1932-1942Add to your cart.
Authentic Publications Co. for the Committee for National Morale
Folder 7: The Constitution and the Continental Shelf by Robert E. Hardwicke, 1948Add to your cart.
Reprinted from Texas Law Review
Folder 8: Antitrust Laws and the Conservation of Oil and Gas, 1948 September 8Add to your cart.
An address delivered before the section of Mineral Law, American Bar Association, at the annual meeting, Seattle
Folder 9: World Law and World Anarchy by W.T. Holliday, 1948Add to your cart.
Texas Law Review
Folder 10: The Law and Natural Gas by Joseph Ross, 1947 March 15Add to your cart.
Address Delivered before the Dallas Bar Association
Folder 11: Spindletop - A Texas Titan, 1945Add to your cart.
Story of Oil Development in Texas
Folder 12: California's Oil, 1948 AprilAdd to your cart.
Department of Information of the American Petroleum Institute
Folder 13: Civic Federation Town Meetings: A Symposium, 1954 MayAdd to your cart.
Published by the Civic Federation of Dallas
Folder 14: Red Treason in Hollywood by Myron Fagan, 1949Add to your cart.
Cinema Education Guild
Folder 15: Discussion of the Contention that the Trem Carr Case Announced New Principles of Law for Rule 37 Legislation, no dateAdd to your cart.
Black, Graves &Stayton, John W. Stayton
Folder 16: Every State has Submerged Lands, circa 1951Add to your cart.
Includes correspondence
Folder 17: The Atlantic, 1949 JuneAdd to your cart.
Features an article on The Tidelands and Oil by Robert Hardwicke
Folder 18: Mexico Journal, 1945 AprilAdd to your cart.
Vol. 1 No. 1 Monthly publication concerning Mexico and Latin-America
Folder 19: Naylor's Epic-Century, 1954Add to your cart.
Vol. 21 No. 1 Pioneering North Texas
Folder 20: If War Comes M-Day -- What your Government plans for You, 1940Add to your cart.
E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc.
Folder 21: The Texas State Historical Association, 1950; 1951; 1954Add to your cart.
Fifty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Fifty-Fifth Annual Meeting, and Fifty-Fourth Annual Meeting Programs
Folder 22: The Texas Law of Flowing Waters with Special Reference to Irrigation from the Lower Rio Grande, circa 1949Add to your cart.
Includes correspondence
Folder 23: Modern Arms and Free Men by Vannevar Bush, circa 1949Add to your cart.
A discussion of the role of science in preserving democracy
Folder 24: Peace Can be Won by Paul G. Hoffman, 1951Add to your cart.
Doubleday & Company, Inc.
Folder 25: Miscellaneous Clauses in Oil and Gas Leases, 1951Add to your cart.
Reprint of an article appearing in the Southwestern Legal Foundation "Second Annual Institute on Oil and Gas Law and Taxation"
Folder 26: Argument as to the Constitutionality of H.B. 442 and S.B. 283, no dateAdd to your cart.
Folder 27: Petroleum and Natural Gas Bibliography by Hardwicke, 1937Add to your cart.
The University of Texas, Austin. Located on Thomason Main Shelves

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