CS_00/CS_13. Texas History
Found in 2785 Collections and/or Records:
The Ernst Walter Albert Family Papers are organized into three series: Albert family papers; Oversized materials; and Albert family photograph collection. The bulk of the Ernst Walter Albert Family Papers is scrapbook material documenting the family life of the Alberts of Hallettsville, Texas.
Collection contains music industry posters collected by Dr. Duane G. Albrecht, divided into two main geographic series: Texas and San Francisco.
Photostats of family correspondence and other papers of members of the Albright-Armistead-Dean-Ragsdale- Townsend families in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas.
Reports of J. S. Hanks, Henry Rueg, Henry Smith, and Edwin Waller while serving as Alcaldes of the Municipalities of Brazoria, Liberty, and San Augustine, Texas, concern political and economic affairs in the respective jurisdictions.
Correspondence relates to leather business in Aldenville and New York, including information concerning the trading of Texas hides.
The Sawnie R. Aldredge Scrapbooks, 1921-1923, document Aldredge’s term as mayor of Dallas, Texas.
Armistead Albert Aldrich (1858-1945) was an attorney, abstracter, state legislator, local historian, church lay leader and county judge of Houston County, Texas. The collection includes correspondence, diaries, financial and legal papers, land and business records, notebooks, scrapbooks, pamphlets, clippings and photographs document the personal and business affairs of Armistead Aldrich.
Edwin Aldrich (1836-1905), Rhode Island attorney, was educated at Tufts College, Brown University, and the Department of Law at the University of Albany. His initial training in the practice of law took place in the office of Honorable Wingate Hayes of Providence, Rhode Island. The papers contain correspondence, legal documents, printed material, and financial documents pertaining to his career.
The Roy Wilkinson Aldrich papers, 1858-1956, consist of correspondence, scrapbooks, financial records, literary productions, printed materials, certificates, newspaper clippings, and a large collection of personal photographs. Aldrich (1869-1955) served as a Texas Ranger from 1915 until 1947, and his interests included Texas history, botany, and natural history; he also collected Western artifacts and rare books.
Photostats of family correspondence include William B. Aldridge's discussion of the Texas Revolution and his impressions of cultural affairs, government, military affairs, politics and social affairs in Texas. Letters related to Marion (East Columbia), Texas, and were writtten to William's brother Alexander Aldridge of Stony Creek, Virginia, and his sister Anne Jackson of Petersburg, Virginia.