Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
William Franklin (W. Frank, or just Frank) Blair was a professor of Zoology at The University of Texas at Austin. The papers include professional and personal correspondence, war department documents, diplomas, photographs, scientific society materials, and field notebooks.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, scrapbook material, and one book compose the William L. “Buck” Buchanan Collection, 1935-1947.
Course material, correspondence, publications and research material, travel documents, personal material, and Bess Mills Bullard’s documents comprise the Fred M. Bullard Papers, 1922-1987, documenting his career as a faculty member of the UT Austin Geology Department, his publications, and familial affairs.
Correspondence, minutes, legal documents, deeds, essays, photographs, a newspaper clipping, and a map of Kildare, Okalhoma, comprise the Dennis W. Bushyhead Papers, 1879-1913, which document Bushyhead’s career as a principal chief of the Cherokee Nation.
The Community Services Administration, Region VI, distributed federal funds for community programs in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. The records consist of classified files of the organization, including reports, correspondence, plans, workshop materials, and other administrative records.
Papers of the Cox-Murray family include World War II letters, business, financial, and legal records, printed material, and family photographs.
This collection describes Creaton’s experiences as a child witnessing the Civil War in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and his subsequent move with his family to Fort Griffin, Texas.
Papers of James M. Daugherty, Texas rancher and cattle driver.