Found in 906 Collections and/or Records:
A transcript of the corporate history of Baroid Sales Company, written primarily by William H. Welch, comprises the Baroid Corporate History.
Picture and letters of Barr (1831-1919), novelist, concern her personal and professional activities and contain descriptions of events in Austin in 1861, in Galveston during Reconstruction, and in New York at the turn of the century.
Barron Field, also known as Taliaferro Number 3, was a World War I training facility for Canadian pilots a half mile west of Everman in southeastern Tarrant County. Collection includes photographs of pilots, nurses, structures, and various kinds of equipment and planes.
Legal and financial records, plaques, certificates, videotapes, photographs, congressional records, reports, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and printed material comprise the Steve Bartlett papers, 1973-1995, documenting his political career.
Composed of newspapers, correspondence, articles, school and military records, political memorabilia, and photographs, the Robert Baskin Collection, 1917-1983, documents the journalism career of Baskin as well as his childhood and military service.
Photographs, sound recordings, campaign literature, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and a graduate thesis comprise the Lindley Garrison Beckworth Papers, 1900, 1926-1984, documenting Beckworth's political career as a U.S. representative, Texas state senator, and judge.
Francis Marion Behrns papers, 1871-1941, are comprised of papers produced and collected by Behrns, Llano and San Saba County educator and founder of West Texas Normal and Business College at Cherokee. In addition to the college, the papers concern the Home National Bank in Llano, land transactions in West Texas, and travel.
Lynn Bell postcard collection, 1906-circa 1980, portrays many Texas subjects including a bird’s eye view of Austin from 1906, rodeo scenes, the Amarillo Hotel in Amarillo, Texas Memorial Museum in Austin, and scenes of Galveston, Gatesville, Dallas, Fort Worth, Lubbock, and Fort Concho, Texas. A subsequent addition includes postcards with scenes from the American South.
Correspondence, letter books, legal papers, business papers, and newspaper clippings comprise the Peter Hansbrough Bell Papers, 1847-1898, documenting Bell’s activities as a soldier during the Mexican War, as governor of Texas (1849-1851), as a United States Congressman (1853-1857), and during the Civil War.
The papers of J. Harry Bennett (1919-1966) document his life and academic career as a University of Texas history professor and specialist in eighteenth-century British history.