The Good Neighbor Commission Records, 1949-1950, contain manuscripts pertaining to Mexican discrimination in Texas, labor and human relations and problems between Texas and Latin American nations, and intercultural education and history. Items of note in the records include summarized proceedings from the Southwest Council on the Education of Spanish-Speaking People, 1950, English and Spanish versions of the history of the Good Neighbor Commission, and an address delivered at the National Convention of the League of United Latin American Citizens, by Lyle Saunders, 1949. These manuscripts outline the functions and purposes of the Good Neighbor Commission, as well as address the discrimination, housing, and education issues of the time in Texas.
The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) Records, 1962-1978, contains original flyers and an article, as well as photocopies of meeting reports, UT press releases, correspondence and memoranda by UT staff (including Harry Ransom), and newspaper clippings. Materials pertain to the activities, including protests and meetings, of the SDS and associated student organizations.