The personal papers of Texas state senator Jack C. Ogg include scrapbooks, political newsclippings, photographs, audiocassette, political files, political surveys, Legislative bills, issue letters, political newsletters, political publications, and reports, awards, and speeches.
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Jack C. Ogg, 1933-2018, was a Texas state senator from 1973-1983, representative from 1966-1973, and lawyer. He was a graduate of the University of Houston and South Texas College of Law.
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