Crawford Martin

Crawford Martin served as a Texas State Senator and Texas Secretary of State until he was elected Texas Attorney General in 1966. Martin was the first state attorney general to successfully file litigation against commercial drug companies for fixing prices of antibiotics, and through this litigation, recovered over $4,000,000 for Texans. His office also set up litigation firmly establishing the Sabine River as the border between Louisiana and Texas, protecting Texas oil rights.

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The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, December 6 - 9, 1968
KHOU-TV Newsclips from December, 1968
Party Honoring Crawford Martin
News footage from the 1960s of a party honoring then-Secretary of State of Texas Crawford Martin
Melvin Lane Powers Extradition Hearing (1964)
Unedited news footage from Houston’s KPRC-TV capturing the extradition hearing for Melvin Lane Powers in ...
Crawford Martin's 1966 Campaign for Texas Attorney General, no. 4 - Speech and Cake
Footage from Martin’s 1966 campaign for Attorney General of Texas, including clips of a speech by Martin ...
Crawford Martin's 1966 Campaign for Texas Attorney General, no. 3 - Campaign Caravan
Silent footage of Crawford Martin making a speech before heading north on Interstate 35 with his campaign...
Crawford Martin's 1966 Campaign for Texas Attorney General, no. 2 - Campaign Caravan in East Te
Footage of Martin and his campaign team as they travel throughout East Texas on their “Campaign Caravan,”...
Crawford Martin's 1966 Campaign for Texas Attorney General, no. 1 - Barbecue
Footage of a barbecue picnic honoring Martin where the politician greets supporters while everyone eats