Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence of Jacques Arnold and family. Also contains documents such as Arnold Jacques' birth certificate, passports, and military papers.
The Eugene Campbell Barker Papers, 1785, 1812-1959, consist of materials relating to the scholarship, research, and teaching of Texas history by the University of Texas historian and educator. The materials relate to Barker's role in the development of the Texas State Historical Association and other organizations.
The Lucy Jane Dabney family history, 1934, is comprised of a scrapbook containing materials related to the Dabney family.
TThe Fannie A.D. Baker Darden Narrative, 1870, contains a transcript and two copies of an historical narrative, entitled “Incident of Fannin’s Massacre,” published in the Columbus Citizen in 1870. The piece describes the escape of Dillard Cooper and three companions from the Goliad Massacre in 1836 according to Darden’s interview with Cooper in Columbus.
Papers include a letter from DeWitt (1787-1835), empresario, to the Commandant of Arms at La Bahia, reporting clashes with Indians in DeWitt's Colony and requesting troops for protection, as well as a power of attorney (1827) signed by DeWitt, appointing James Kerr acting empresario for DeWitt's Colony; and a fragment of a typewritten transcript of an anonymous letter describing events and conditions in Gonzales, DeWitt's Colony, 1832.
Photostats of correspondence, estate records, and military records compose the Philip Dimitt papers, documenting Dimitt's business and property as well as his leadership in the Texas Revolution.
Collection aquired from Edward Eberstadt & Sons, booksellers, that includes source materials related to the early history of Texas and the Southwest.
The Hermann Ehrenberg Narrative, 1845, is a typescript copy of Ehrenberg’s account of the battle of Coleto, 1836 and the Goliad Massacre, 1836.
The Frank Gallant Prints, 1936, include five lithograph prints from the 1930s as part of Frank Gallant's Texas missions project.