Republic of Texas
Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:
Personal and business correspondence, financial and legal records, manuscript material, printed material, photographic material, and translations and transcriptions, 1778-1937, bulk 1843-1892, (1 ft., 5 in.) in German, French, and English, document the business, personal, and civic activities of Ferdinand Louis Huth as he immigrated to Texas, assisted in the administration of a new colony, and served in public office.
The Robert Anderson Irion Papers, 1836-1841, 1857, include letters concerning the career of Robert Anderson Irion.
The James Izod Account Book, 1839-1842, is an account book containing the business of the Treasury Department of the Republic of Texas. The volume later became the account book and scrapbook of James Izod, accountant, and it contains Izod’s personal accounts, documentation of a trip to San Antonio, and clippings of poems.
Composed of correspondence to his wife Juliet, the Brewster H. Jayne Letter, 1840, documents Jayne’s experiences in Austin, Texas.
The James R. Jenkins Papers, 1837-1845, are comprised of legal documents that concern Jenkins' law practice and his 1845 marriage to his wife, Harriet, in Washington County, Texas.
The Francis White Johnson Papers, 1810-1880, are comprised of autobiographical statements, narratives, and notes relating to the history of Texas and to the career of Francis White Johnson
Correspondence, legal documents, and an account book compose the Moses Johnson Papers, 1832-1890, documenting Johnson’s personal life, property, family and political career.
Correspondence, diaries, speeches, memoranda, calendar of correspondence, scrapbook, official documents, legal documents, day books, account book, and clippings concern the family and career of Anson Jones. Papers relate to Anson Jones’s political career and views, to Mary Jones's family activities and work with organizations, and to C. Anson Jones's career.
The Samuel Blackburn Killough Republic of Texas Army Commission, 1844, is an original commission naming Samuel B. Killough a captain in the Fifth Regiment of the 2nd Brigade of the Republic of Texas Militia. Dated August 1, 1844, the commission is signed by President Sam Houston and Secretary of War and Marine G. W. Hill.
Correspondence, a journal, poems, a scrapbook, and a passport comprise the Mirabeau B. Lamar Papers, 1825-1846, and relate to Lamar’s political, military, and personal activities.