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In 1913, he enrolled at Columbia University and received a Master of Arts degree in 1914.
Biographical Sketch Scope and Contents Restrictions Index Terms Related Material Separated Material Administrative Information Sources: Description of Series Series I. Later Dobie Papers Acquisitions, circa 1700-1988 Index Index Index Index The papers of Texas writer, folklorist, and educator J.Frank Dobie contain numerous manuscripts for his writings, voluminous correspondence files, and extensive research materials, plus personal papers, manuscripts by others, and Dobie family letters and papers.The Ransom Center gratefully acknowledges assistance from the Tex Treasures grant program—funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act—which supported processing and cataloging of this collection.James Frank Dobie was born on a ranch in Live Oak County, Texas on September 26, 1888.His father, Richard Jonathan Dobie, was a rancher and taught his son about the land and raising cattle; his mother, Ella Byler Dobie, was a teacher and gave him an appreciation for literature and nature. At age sixteen, he was sent to live with his grandmother in Alice, Texas to attend high school.