Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:
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.
AVANCE: Family Support and Education Program, founded in San Antonio, Texas, by Gloria Rodriguez in 1988, focuses on low-income family education, support and crisis intervention. Organized by type of material. Arranged chronologically.
Correspondence of Clarence Edwin Ayres (1891-1972), University of Texas professor of economics (1930-1969); also manuscripts and printed copies of his books, articles, and reviews.
Papers concerning Bacon Academy in Colchester, Connecticut, include photostats of two letters from Moses Austin.
Papers contain a diary, literary productions, printed material, and correspondence concerning the life of Joseph Baldwin (1827-1899), first professor of pedagogy at the University of Texas.
Roy Bedichek (1878-1959) was a naturalist, educator, writer, and director of the University (of Texas) Interscholastic League from 1914-1948. The Roy Bedichek Papers, 1897-1959, 2003, document his studies of ornithology, botany, wildlife, and conservation, history and philosophy and include literary productions, correspondence, and business records.
Newspapers, photographs, and other material document the teaching career of Bess Black and her experiences at Giddings High School in Giddings, Lee County, Texas.
Literary productions, a scrapbook, a book of music manuscripts, and other materials comprise the Florence Ralston Brooke Papers, 1886-1941, 1952 and document the life and career of Brooke.
The papers, which relate to the activities of Buchanan, secretary of the Texas Grange, include correspondence from members of Grange chapters, reports, and remittance of state dues.