Found in 906 Collections and/or Records:
Papers document Billingslea's plantation in Warren County, Mississippi.
Interviews with mathematician R. H. Bing conducted by Michael Starbird and Suji Singh at Southwest Texas State in 1984.
Autobiography of Archibald Allen Black (1820-1904), an early settler of Bell County, recounts family history, his Civil War experiences, and the immigration of his family to Texas after the war.
These papers have been combined into an artificial collection of material relating to black history, including an estate and slave inventory, muster roll for U. S. Colored Troops, Freedmen's Bureau reports, sharecropping contract, photographs, and court records concerning slaves.
Photocopied letters and newspaper clippings pertain to involvement of William Leslie Black in Confederate naval activities, conviction for piracy, and his donation of a building to the St. Louis Cotton Exchange.
Papers relating to Black (1820-1862), a physician in Panola County, as well as to the Robb family of New Orleans reflect the social, political, cultural, and financial activities of various family members and friends. Correspondence and financial records primarily concern Black's medical career and his service with the Confederate Army. There is also a weather diary kept by Black in 1853
Autograph book of Francie E. Blackburn of Sherman, Texas.
Arranged chronologically, correspondence, publications, printed material, news clippings, sketches and photographs, comprise the Edgar A. Blair Papers, 1925-1978, documenting Blair’s medical career and military service.
William Franklin Blair (1912-1985) was a noted zoologist and University of Texas professor. The images in this collection document Blair's life from childhood and include both family and professional subjects, as well as a portrait of him in his World War II uniform.