Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
Lynn Bell postcard collection, 1906-circa 1980, portrays many Texas subjects including a bird’s eye view of Austin from 1906, rodeo scenes, the Amarillo Hotel in Amarillo, Texas Memorial Museum in Austin, and scenes of Galveston, Gatesville, Dallas, Fort Worth, Lubbock, and Fort Concho, Texas. A subsequent addition includes postcards with scenes from the American South.
Receipt for one keg of tobacco.
Personal letter discusses domestic matters and family news
Correspondence from the Vicksburg office of Borden and Wentz includes a discussion of cotton prices and a cotton shipment receipt.
Correspondence, records, and an autobiography compose the Killis Campbell Papers, 1913-1936, documenting the operations of the University of Texas Committee on Attendance at Professional Meetings and the early life of Campbell and his family.
The diary contains the notes, essays, and diary entries of Robert Kimbrough Campbell and John Eaton Campbell during their travels from Tennessee to Texas..
Comprising photocopies and Photostats of legal records, correspondence, magazine and newspaper clippings, and a journal, the Velma Pool Capps Collection, 1781-1964, undated, documents Capps’ research on Eli Whitney’s invention of the cotton gin, Nathanael Greene’s involvement in the American Revolution, and the history of the South.
The E. W. Chambers Diary, [ca. 1857]-1956, chronicles the daily military life of Elijah Windsor Chambers during his service in Captain John W. Kolfus’s company of the 16th Texas Cavalry Volunteer Regiment in the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
Correspondence, a poem, and a genealogical narrative compose the William Clinton Chambers Family Papers, 1862-1897, [ca. 1943], and concern the military career of Chambers and the Chambers family.
Composed of eight volumes, the Civil War Scrapbook, undated, consists of newspaper clippings concerning various battles and generals, the movement of armies, the state of the South, and the changing political climate during the Civil War.