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Photograph album documenting the 19th Aviation Squadron in Austin, Texas, Sarasota, Florida, and various other bases during the period from 1917 to 1918.
Comprising correspondence, newspaper clippings, legal documents, photographs, audiovisual recordings, notes, research materials, microfilm, and artifacts, the 376th Heavy Bombardment Group records, 1939-2020, document the records of veterans who served in a World War II bombing unit based in North Africa and Italy.
Five stereographs depict Texas during its centennial year. Scenes include the state capitol, Sam Houston's home in Huntsville, the Alamo in San Antonio, the old French Embassy in Austin, and Fanthorp Inn in Anderson.
Essay on early Texas ghost towns, by then student Dorothy Aarts.
Correspondence, list and printed material relate to Richard F. Abbay of Commerce, Mississippi, and to his nephew S. W. Abbay.
Comprised of publisher and editor Ellen McCrady’s subject and project files, the Abbey Publications Inc. Records, circa 1970-2004, document the administration of Abbey Publications, Inc., and publication of books, newsletters, and other items regarding preservation and conservation of library and archival materials.
Comprised of 11 packets of blank postcards from France, the Charles Wesley Abbott collection illustrates the travels of a U.S. soldier abroad during World War I.
Biographical narrative, including copies of letters and poetry, relating to Campbell Dickson, Lucy Ellen Tracy Dickson, and the Dickson, Campbell and Tracy families. The material documents their activities from circa 1660 to 1937, with a particular focus on the years 1836-1911.
Correspondence, drafts, galley and page proofs, student papers, dissertation, political and personal materials relate to the career and personal life of George Abernathy, a University of Texas faculty member in the Department of History.