3 oversize and artifact boxes.
Correspondence, planning documents, printed material, and photographs document the organizational and personal activities of Ada Lee Griffith and her family. A significant portion of the papers is related to the Texas Centennial Commission and Mrs. Griffith's service on the Board of Directors. This material documents the planning and promotion of the 1936 centennial of Texas independence. Also detailed is Mrs. Griffith's activities in the Democratic Party in Texas, as well as general political interests. Her association with several clubs and societies is documented by a small amount of material. Personal material consists primarily of printed material. Parts of the papers are related to Mrs. Griffith's husband, Thomas B. Griffith, and her daughter Lavinia.
A resident of Terrell and Dallas, Texas, Ada Lee Girand Griffith was an active member of several political, civic, historical and social organizations. She was married to Thomas Bond Griffith, and had two children, Francis Edward and Mary Lavinia.
An inventory is available in the library.