CS_00/CS_09. Military History
Found in 773 Collections and/or Records:
Comprised of correspondence, diaries, reports, speeches, minutes, notes, publicity files, printed materials, maps, and photographs, the J. Carroll Bateman Papers, 1940-1984, 2007, document the career of Bateman in the insurance and public relations industry.
Writings concern the effect of World War II on trade between Latin America and the United States.
Original handwritten manuscript poem "The Battle of the Brazos." The author and date are unknown. Poem could be describing the battle of San Jacinto. Collection includes a typed transcript.
The Edwin Pinckney Becton Papers, 1862-1870, consist of Civil War correspondence and speeches. Two originals and several transcripts compose the correspondence between Becton and his wife Mary. Transcripts of Becton's speeches concern his activities as Confederate surgeon, as a candidate for election, and as a member of the Texas Legislature.
Correspondence and army orders concern Bee (1822-1897), lieutenant in the Mexican War, brigadier general in the Confederate forces during the Civil War and representative from Laredo to the Texas Legislature (1849-1859).
Correspondence, clippings, and related material regarding Bell's positions as a Lieutenant in the Army of the Confederate States and as Assistant Quartermaster for the Confederate States of America.
The Ben McCormick Photograph Collection includes prints associated with Private Ben McCormick, who served in the 19th Infantry of the U.S. Army. Subjects shown in the photographs include Fort Bayard, New Mexico; Schleicher County, Texas; Camp Bowie, Texas; Canyon, Texas; Eldorado, Texas; and Palo Duro Canyon State Park in Texas.
The Ben Sira Construction Company photographs, 1935-1940, comprise photographs of the construction of the Crystal City Internment Camp at Crystal City, Texas.
The Roy P. Benavidez Papers contain correspondence, photographs, topical files, military documents, honors and awards, writings, printed material, LP albums, and memorabilia documenting his career in the United States Army and his receipt of the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service in the Vietnam War.
Harry Y. Benedict, Jr., World War II reminiscences, circa 1986, contains the memoir "A Non Paying Guest of the Third Reich," which describes Benedict's experience as a prisoner of war in Germany during World War II.