Found in 2605 Collections and/or Records:
Literary production entitled "Captain J. J. Sanders and Ranger Abuse of Power on the Texas-Mexico Border, 1910-1920," written by Anzaldua for a graduate history course.
Correspondence and printed material of Stanley A. Arbingast, professor in the College of Business at The University of Texas at Austin.
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.
The Briscoe Center holds the Archivo General de México and the Archivo General de Indias collections. Each collection is composed of transcriptions made by faculty of the University of Texas at Austin (UT) and other institutions beginning in 1897 from the Archivo General de la Nación in Mexico City and the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, Spain.
The records of the Armadillo World Headquarters nightclub in Austin reflect the variety of musicians and bands which entertained there from the early 1970s until 1980.
Business correspondence (1895-1910) and financial records (1900-1909) of San Antonio businessman J. W. Armstrong relate primarily to the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Town Site Company, of which he served as trustee and secretary. Other papers relate to the Sam Maverick estate of which Armstrong served as trustee in 1901.
An analysis of the Congressional debates on the admission of Texas to the Union (1841-1844) by Armstrong, a student at the University of Colorado.
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.
Eleven albumen cabinet photographs from 1890 depict army camps, including Camp Young, Camp Stanley, and Camp Osborne, and the Texas landscape, including the Chisos mountains, waterfalls, Talinguia Creek, and hot springs. Scenes include campfires, tents, and soldiers relaxing.