Found in 842 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph album documenting the 19th Aviation Squadron in Austin, Texas, Sarasota, Florida, and various other bases during the period from 1917 to 1918.
Comprised of publisher and editor Ellen McCrady’s subject and project files, the Abbey Publications Inc. Records, circa 1970-2004, document the administration of Abbey Publications, Inc., and publication of books, newsletters, and other items regarding preservation and conservation of library and archival materials.
The Roy Wilkinson Aldrich papers, 1858-1956, consist of correspondence, scrapbooks, financial records, literary productions, printed materials, certificates, newspaper clippings, and a large collection of personal photographs. Aldrich (1869-1955) served as a Texas Ranger from 1915 until 1947, and his interests included Texas history, botany, and natural history; he also collected Western artifacts and rare books.
Entries related to real-estate transactions in the Austin vicinity, produced by Allan (ca. 1826-1888), appointed state treasurer in 1867.
The Katherine R. Allen oral history collection, 1974, includes three audio cassette tapes containing oral history interviews of Jack Holland, F. C. McConnell, and Arno Nowotny. The interviews were conducted by Katherine Allen in 1974 as part of her dissertation concerning the history of student housing at the University of Texas at Austin.
Videocassettes, financial records, correspondence, programming materials, articles of incorporation, and by-laws comprise the Alternative Views Video Collection (1978-1998), which documents the operations of the Austin, Texas, public affairs program.
Blacks at the University of Texas photographs, 1946-circa 1980, relate to the integration of UT and student life of Blacks and consists of prints and negatives from the Briscoe Center for American History exhibit "An End and a Beginning: Blacks at the University of Texas” and from the files of the UT Texas Student Publications, Inc., photographs.
Comprising charcoal and pencil sketches, ink drawings, paintings, sketchbooks, photographs, correspondence, financial records, brochures and programs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, printed material, genealogical materials, and publications, the Art Anderson Papers, 1930-1969, and undated, chronicle Anderson’s career as an artist in Austin, Texas.