Found in 906 Collections and/or Records:
Photostat of the autograph book of a prisoner at Johnson's Island, a Union prison for Confederate officers on Lake Erie near Sandusky, Ohio.
Correspondence of Bledsoe concerning Brownsville during the Civil War and Austin before and after it.
Correspondence, diaries, printed material, photographs, drawings and military artifacts primarily document Z. R. Bliss' military career before during and after the Civil War in Texas and elsewhere in the South. Reminiscences document Bliss' service and imprisonment, as well as mundane military duties.
Recollections of Confederate service during the Civil War.
Papers of Mody Boatright (1896-1970), folklorist and professor of English at The University of Texas (1926-1969), include personal papers and materials related to his career as teacher and chairman of the English Department and as secretary-editor of the Texas Folklore Society.
Literary productions in German recounting Civil War anecdotes and a handwritten copy of a poem by F. H. Lohmann that appeared in the Fredericksburg fiftieth anniversary publication.
This collection contains publications and research material from Louise Boggess.
A typescript of Bolling’s “The House,” comprises the Richard Walker Bolling Collection, 1850-1868, documenting the U.S. House of Representatives in which he served.
Comprising negative microfilm reproductions of correspondence, orders, invoices, muster rolls, and other military documents, the James A. Bourland Papers, 1841-1896 (bulk 1861-1865), primarily chronicles Bourland's military career as commander of Texas troops in the Red River Valley during the Civil War and on the Texas-Cherokee Nation frontier.