Found in 906 Collections and/or Records:
At the June 1994 AFPAAA conference (San Antonio) it was proposed that an Oral History Program be started to collect first-person accounts of the evolution of public affairs in the USAF. This collection includes 13 transcripts of oral history interviews with USAF officers.
Allen, a soldier, of Somerville, Massachusetts, served in the 116th Massachusetts battery. Documents the daily life of a Civil War soldier in Virginia.
Samuel Tabor Allen was active in pre-Republic of Texas politics and was a major landholder. The papers document Allen's personal, business, and political activities in Texas during the pre-Republic and Revolutionary period, as well as the affairs of some of his family members.
Papers relate to personal and professional activities of Allin, Port engineer, U.S. Army Colonel who served in both world wars, and Chicago native. Memorial book, newspaper clippings, and letter organized by type of material.
Videocassettes, financial records, correspondence, programming materials, articles of incorporation, and by-laws comprise the Alternative Views Video Collection (1978-1998), which documents the operations of the Austin, Texas, public affairs program.
The American Academy of Advertising (AAA) is an organization of advertising scholars and professionals with an interest in advertising and advertising education. Records of the AAA obtained through the University of Texas at Austin Department of Advertising.
Business and organizational records, correspondence, program information, financial records, video and audio tapes (1923-2003 [bulk 1955-1995]) concerning civil rights, arts education, Freemasonry, political activities.
Bruce A. Anderson (1939-1992) was a professor of mathematics at Arizona State University from 1966 until his death in 1992. These papers consist of mathematical notes, correspondence, and drafts of articles, as well as lecture notes and student notes documenting his mathematical career.
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.