Found in 906 Collections and/or Records:
Scrapbook containing cartoons by and articles about cartoonist Berkeley Breathed, creator of the comic strips "Academia Waltz" and "Bloom County."
Correspondence and military papers compose the Jacob De Witt Papers, 1855-1865, 1892-1896, documenting Brewster's life and career as hardware merchant and a Union Army captain during the Civil War.
Typescripts of five essays compose the C. A. Bridges Essays, undated, documenting Bridge’s research on mid-19th century Mississippi.
Correspondence, telegrams, reports, signatures, news clippings, and printed materials comprise the Clay Stone Briggs Papers, 1901-1930, relating to Briggs' activities as a Galveston attorney, legislator, and judge.
Papers consist of interviews of veterans of the Indian Wars, as well as research and materials on life in the western part of the United States during the latter part of the nineteenth century.
Two typed historical sketches compose the Mary Jane Harris Briscoe and Adele Lubbock Briscoe Looscan Papers, 1886, [ca. 1904], chronicling the life of Jane Herbert Wilkinson Long and Confederate artillery during the Battle of Galveston.
Comprised mostly of clippings, published works, manuscript drafts, and photographs, this collection chronicles the career of Bob Brister. Brister served as the Outdoors Editor of the Houston Chronicle for fourty years and the Shooting Editor of Field & Stream for fourteen years. Brister wrote three books and was active in advocating for gun owners and the environment.
Comprising manuscripts, a newspaper clipping, and correspondence, the John M. Brown Reminiscences, 1911-1913, chronicle Brown’s military career as a soldier in the 1st Rockbridge Artillery of the Confederate Army during the Civil War and his impressions of General Stonewall Jackson.
The Keith L. Brown Papers, 1935-2007, contain correspondence, legal documents, printed materials, notes, schedules, and other documents, concerning his business career and political activities. Keith Lapham Brown (b. 1925) was a lawyer, businessman, and U.S. ambassador heavily involved in the Republican Party.
Professional research and teaching papers of retired University of Texas at Austin History Department professor Dr. Norman D. Brown.