Found in 2605 Collections and/or Records:
Andrews's diary of a five-week trip in a military train from Austin, Texas, to Fort Davis in 1874 includes her descriptions of the landscape of the Texas Hill Country and the West Texas desert as well as details of camp life and reflects a constantly existing threat of Indian attack.
Notes, criticisms, and suggestions concerning Herbert Gambrell’s Mirabeau Bonaparte Lamar: Troubadour and Crusader (1934).
Letter from John Day Andrews, in Houston, Texas, to William Fanning Wickham, in Hanover County, Virginia, extolling the many virtues of life in Texas and the many economical and health benefits of living in Texas.
The collection consists of Annas's professional work done in Texas, including studio portraits, weddings, parades, fairs, school events, and other images of small town life.
The journal of John Augustus Ansley is an in-depth, comprehensive account of daily life in Texas following the Civil War (1865-1869).
David C. Anson is an attorney in Tuscon, Arizona. In 1992 he received permission to videotape and take still photographs in various Texas prison units. Videotapes of Skyview Psychiatric Unit, Death House and Diagnotic units, prisoners Jerry Ray Bolden and Robert Excell White, and East Prison field work; black and white and color photographic documentation of Gatesville, Ferguson, Wynne State Farm, Goree, Eastham, Ellis I, The Walls, and Diagnostic units of the Texas Prison System.
The Anthony-Cryer Family Papers consist of correspondence, business papers, financial documents, photographs, ephemera, artifacts, and a family bible that document the Anthony-Cryer family, specifically Elizabeth Claiborne Cryer Anthony, her husband Daniel J. Anthony, and their descendants, first in Tennessee near the Cumberland River and later in Texas in Kaufman county.
Includes Apple II plus with peripherals, software, and games. Also, includes many hand-lettered and labeled disks containing games and additional software.
The Susan Antone Photographic Archive consists of 25 photographic prints of blues musicians ranging in date from 1982 to 2008 printed for an exhibit, “Rhythm,” installed at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport in 2009. Musicians featured in the archive include Junior Wells, Albert Collins, Jimmie Vaughn, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dr. John, Marcia Ball, Etta James, Buddy Guy and Pinetop Perkins. Additionally included are an introductory exhibit panel and six posters related to the exhibit.