Found in 200 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph album documenting the 19th Aviation Squadron in Austin, Texas, Sarasota, Florida, and various other bases during the period from 1917 to 1918.
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.
Hugh D. Adair was a resident of San Antonio, Texas and referred to as “Colonel Adair.” Papers relate to literary production by Adair, "Texas Rangers and Colt Revolvers."
The archive spans Adams' entire career as a photojournalist in the U.S. and abroad. It includes slides, negatives, prints, and audio and video materials, as well as personal calendars, field notes, assignment files, and tear sheets.
Papers relate to commerce and education in the Limestone County, Texas area.
Addison was a Methodist clergyman (1820-1898), circuit rider in the Texas Conference, served in the Confederate Army, represented the American Bible Association in Texas, and became charter member of the Northwest Texas Conference in 1866. Papers document the history of the Methodist Church in Texas as well as the Addison family and Addison’s career.
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.
Some materials relate to the 1944 firing of University of Texas president Homer P. Rainey by the board of regents, the ensuing actions of the faculty, and the issue of academic freedom. One group of papers consists of academic research notes and drafts of literary productions on Thomas A. Hickey and the history of labor and socialism in Texas by Ruth A. Allen. One item includes a 1973 profile of University of Texas regent Edward A. Clark and a speech by Clark on the University of Texas.
American Legion Convention, San Antonio, photographs, 1928, is comprised of 55 4x6 inch and 16 3 1/2x5 1/2 inch bordered black and white photographic prints of a parade held in conjunction with the American Legion convention in San Antonio in 1928.