Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Consisting of a typed transcript volume of correspondence and legal documents, the James D. Davidson Letters, 1860-1865, document the life of Davidson and his family leading up to and during the Civil War.
The S. G. Davidson Papers, 1860-1861, consist of correspondence between Davidson and his wife Mary regarding Austin at the time of Secession and frontier defense during the Civil War. The collection also includes photostat of an 1861 Belton newspaper.
James Kimmins Greer, author and historian, was an early graduate of the University of Texas, earning a bachelors (1918), masters (1922), and doctorate degree (1927). The narrative concerns political issues in Louisiana from the election of 1860 to secession of 1861.
Correspondence, speeches, legal records, scrapbook, a proclamation, and a commission comprise the Andrew Jackson Hamilton Papers, 1847-1913, documenting Hamilton’s political and legal career in Texas.
Correspondence, census report, memoranda, program, certificate, clippings, telegram, licenses, poem, petition, photographs, maps, and broadside of John L. Haynes, publisher, soldier, legislator, and attorney.