CS_00/CS_13. Texas History
Found in 2785 Collections and/or Records:
The George Travis Wright Family Papers, 1824-1917, include correspondence, journals, military papers, receipts, court records, plantation records, broadsides, and printed material related to the Wright family and to the economic and social history of the Eastern Red River Valley of Texas and Arkansas from 1824 to 1917.
The William P. Wright, Jr. papers contain correspondence, photographs, photographic proofs and contact sheets, research materials regarding the Kickapoo and Tigua tribes, manuscripts, edited drafts, interviews, newspaper clippings, video and audio tapes, invoices and other business documents documenting his career as a photographer and writer.
The papers of WRR radio station of Dallas, owned by the city, which was one of the earliest broadcasting stations in the United States and the first in Texas, include standard daily journals, program schedules, daily reminders, registers, letters, notes, and printed material.
The Wupperman Family Papers include extensive correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, sketches and sketchbooks, legal documents, diaries, and books. The papers document the Wupperman Family’s activities in Texas as well as the interactions between the Wupperman Family and members of the von Rosenberg family and the Hermann Lungkwitz family.
Correspondence, printed material, financial and legal documents, artifacts and photographs comprise the Harry McLeary Wurzbach Papers, 1853-1984, relating to Wurzbach's family and his professional life as a lawyer and Republican representative to the United States Congress.
Correspondence, literary productions, certificates and awards, printed material, military and government records, legal materials, and photographs compose the George Wythe Papers, [ca. 1915]-1971, documenting Wythe's life and career.
The Don Yarborough Collection comprises five sixteen-millimeter films documenting the 1968 Democratic gubernatorial primary campaign of Don Yarborough.
The Ralph W. Yarborough oral history is comprised of transcripts and audio cassettes of three interviews discussing the work of Sen. Ralph W. Yarborough, Rep. Sam Rayburn, and the Democratic Party of Texas.
The papers of United States Senator Ralph W. Yarborough from Texas include both professional and personal material.