Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:
The Fred Acree papers document the life and work of this Central Texas farmer, rancher, oilman, businessman, politician, and amateur historian during the first half of the twentieth century.
Proceedings of the first agricultural society established in Texas for the years 1856-1906.
The Agriculture scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings related to various Texas agriculture topics.
The Bill Archer Papers, 1913, 1935, 1956-2001, contain various files that document Archer's career as a prominent politican both in Texas and the United States.
Starting in 1837 Richard Thompson Archer owned the Anchuca Plantation in Claiborne County, Mississippi. His family papers relate to Southern plantation economy and agriculture, slavery, family and social life in Mississippi and Virginia.
Robert Harris Archer was a physician in Maryland. Correspondence and genealogical materials relate to the Robert H. Archer family.
Papers document the operation of the family farm by Armstrong (d. 1925) and his daughters in the Gravel Hill community near Florence in Williamson County, and include correspondence, ledgers, bank records, deeds, photographs, and scrapbook materials.
Henry Austin came to Texas at the urging of his cousin, Stephen F. Austin. Papers of Henry Austin (1782-1853) and members of his family concern the Austin family, the colonization of Texas, and the governmental and political affairs of the republic of Texas.
The papers of the Baxter, Hollamon, and Hampton families reflect life in Texas from the pioneer days to the mid-twentieth century.
The papers consist of a photostat of a diary and memorandum book containing information about the Presbyterian General Assembly in 1852 as well as Civil War muster rolls and various financial, military, agricultural, and medical information.