CS_00/CS_13. Texas History
Found in 2785 Collections and/or Records:
Cotton ginning cooperative, organized in 1890; incorporated as the Buda Alliance Milling and Ginning Co. Includes charter, minutes of meetings, lists of stockholders, and production records.
Collection of handwritten poems, essays, translations, and clippings, and a broadside relating to cotton in Rusk, Texas, 1885.
Scrapbooks, artwork, and large black and white photographic prints comprise the Allred Papers.
D.W. Almon was an educator and entrepreneur. Letter from Almon dated January 15, 1838, from Elgin, Illinois, to Sam Houston in Texas, proposing a scheme for educating the poor in Texas.
Photostats of the account of Santa Anna's Texas campaign from February 1 to April 16, 1836, derived from the journal of Almonte and published in the New York Herald April 12 through July 1, 1836.
Mr. Alsbury served in the war between the United States and Mexico and was wounded in the battle of Palo Alto. Recollections of the Battle of San Jacinto and the capture of Santa Anna, written by Alsbury to “Judges Weeks, Duncan, and S. A. Maveric[k].”
Composed of correspondence, the Max Axel Altgelt Letters, 1904, document Altgelt’s business travel for the Oliver Chilled Plow Company in Central and East Texas.
Vicente Álvarez Travieso, a leader of the Canary Islanders, was born in 1705. He was chief constable for life of the municipal government of the Canary Islanders after their migration to Texas. Papers include protests against land claims made by the missions of San Antonio. English translations (1927) by Mattie Austin Hatcher from original documents in the San Antonio City Hall.
English translation (1855) of the Amador grant at San Antonio de Valero. Original in the Bexar Archives.