Found in 905 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, legal and financial records, photographs, memoirs, and printed items comprise the Adams-Gilmore Family Papers, [ca. 1840s-1900s], documenting the business and social activities of Harvey A. Adams, George Gilmore, and members of their families, particularly in Texas.
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.
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 Advertising Federation of America (AFA) Records, [ca. 1910-1970s], document the organization’s business proceedings and history and include meeting minutes, speeches, clippings files, correspondence, publications, conference information, and business records of the AFA and American Advertising Federation (AAF).
Papers consist of the typescript of biographical writings concerning John Coffee Hays (1817-1883), who was employed by the Republic of Texas to make surveys on the frontier, became a captain as a Texas Ranger and Indian fighter, and was a colonel in the U.S. Army during the Mexican War.
The AIDS Collection, 1985-1990, contains flyers, news clippings, medical studies, and guidelines, which document the work of and issues confronting AIDS organizations in Arkansas and Texas, specifically the Austin Lesbian Gay Political Caucus, AIDS Services of Austin, Austin AIDS Project, Washington County AIDS Task Force, Inc., Arkansas AIDS Foundation, and AIDS Resources Center.