Found in 906 Collections and/or Records:
Record of stock for the B. A. Avery and Sons general store.
The Joseph Bailey Jr. Collection is comprised of printed material relating to Bailey’s recent documentary film, Incendiary: The Willingham Case, an examination of the conviction and execution of Cameron Todd Willingham for arson murder.
Volume contains Bailey's correspondence with John H. Reagan and Walter B. Hill in his effort to clarify Abraham Lincoln's stand on compensation to slave owners for voluntarily emancipated slaves as supposedly voiced at the Hampton Roads Conference of 3 February 1865.
Composed of correspondence, drafts of manuscripts, newspaper clippings, articles, printed material, press releases, a galley proof, and photographs, the Carl Bakal Papers, 1933-1972, document Bakal’s research and writing process for The Right to Bear Arms.
San Antonio, Texas attorney W. B. "Jack" Ball reminisces about his childhood in Farmersville, Texas at the dawn of the 20th Century and his years at the University of Texas at Austin. Forms part of the Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
This collection, produced and collected by William Pitt Ballinger (1825-1888), soldier, attorney, and businessman of Galveston, Texas, is one of the outstanding sources of documentation for nineteenth-century Texas and Southern history, particularly of the Confederacy and the post-Civil War period.
Correspondence and an invoice comprise the George Bancroft Papers, 1850-1868, documenting Bancroft’s career.
Among the correspondence is a letter to Major Banks, secretary of the National Democratic and Liberal Committee, from University of Alabama professor Algernon S. Garnett (1872) and a letter to Mrs. Banks describing a self-inoculation procedure with a "fresh" virus (1873). Forms part of the Natchez Trace Collection.
Recollections of Barclay (b. 1840) concern his early life in Georgia, Civil War service as an officer in the 23rd Georgia Infantry (1861-1863) and the 11th Georgia Cavalry (1863-1865), postwar life as a farmer and teacher, trip to Texas, and settlement in Cleburne.
The Mark M. Barkan Papers, 1945-1946, 1983, 2009, contains a couple 1945 letters and an oral history (audiocassettes with transcript) about the life of Mark Barkan during his childhood in Europe, his Army experiences in World War II, and his civilian years in the United States.