Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the professional career and personal life of Texas field naturalist George Henry Ragsdale (1846-1895).
Composed of correspondence, memoirs, personal and biographical material, military records, newspaper clippings, and photographs, the Horace Lafayette Reed Papers, 1860-1939, primarily document the military career of Reed.
Business letters, legal documents, financial papers, and broadsides comprise the Reed (Jefferson) Family Papers, 1830-1901, documenting the personal affairs of the Reed family.
Correspondence, legal documents, military orders, a pardon, receipts, and broadsides comprise the Sterling Clack Robertson Family Papers, 1824-1865, chiefly documenting Robertson’s life and career as a plantation owner, soldier, and early settler of Texas.
Materials relate to the Smoot family and their participation in the settlement of the Austin area.
Personal papers of John. A. Templeton (b. 1844), Confederate soldier in Company "I" of the 10th Texas Cavalry.
Correspondence, business and legal papers concerning the career of Nathan Thomas (1809-1881), planter, early settler, and legislator, relate to the provisioning of Thomas's plantation with supplies and slaves.
Correspondence, manuscripts, publications, printed materials, pamphlets, maps, glass negatives, slides, financial records, and newspaper clippings comprise the Willis R. Woolrich Papers, 1933-1977, which document Willis Woolrich career as an engineer, a dean, and a professor.