Found in 906 Collections and/or Records:
A typescript of an academic essay examining abolitionism in the United States during the second year of the Civil War comprises the Homer C. Bower Narrative, [ca. 1920s].
17 audiocassettes from the Boxes Under the Bed quilt conferences, 1996-1998, make up the “Boxes Under the Bed” Collection.
This collection contains the personal archives of Bill Boyd (1913-1977) the
Cowboy Rambler, Texas radio and film personality.
The Mildred V. Boyer Papers, 1895-2015, are comprised of the correspondence, photographs, scholarly works, poetry, and manuscripts of the University of Texas professor of Spanish and Education.
The David Kingsley Brace Papers document the UT faculty member's life and professional career from 1903 to 1972 through articles, tests, reports, essays, bibliographies, periodicals, charts, clippings, rule books, legislation, teaching aids, manuals, minutes, directories, by-laws, posters, correspondence, notes, speeches, maps, and proceedings and programs related to the teaching of physical education, health, recreation, and driver’s education.
Dennis Brack is a freelance photojournalist with over 35 years of experience in photojournalism, commercial, and advertising photography. The collection includes slides, contact sheets, negatives, and prints of U.S. Presidents, other government officials, U.S. Military operations, human interest stories, entertainment, and other important national and international events.
This collection contains correspondence between Braxton Bragg and his wife Elise during and after the Civil War, letters to H.L. Cole about Bragg’s immigration to Texas and land speculation in 1875 and 1876, and other correspondence with the Braggs.
The Donald D. Brand Papers contain primarily manuscripts, professional correspondence, coursework, field and research notes, clippings, reports, student theses, as well as some photographs and oversize maps, that span Brand’s career as a professor of geography at the University of Texas at Austin from 1949 to 1975.
Comprising photocopies of applications, statements, proceedings, articles, and additional legal records gathered by Duane Lebl, the Braniff Airlines bankruptcy case files chronicle the bankruptcy court case for Braniff International Airways in the early 1980s, especially the administration of the airline prior to its closure.