Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
Materials originate from the American for Nonsmokers lobbying organization, which opposes the tobacco industry and promotes the rights of non-smokers.
Robert Harris Archer was a physician in Maryland. Correspondence and genealogical materials relate to the Robert H. Archer family.
List of documents in Archivo General de Indias, Seville, transcribed by American historian, archaeologist, anthropologist, and explorer Bandelier (1840-1914) and his wife Fanny R. Bandelier, and published in Charles Wilson Hackett, trans. and ed., Historical Documents Relating to New Mexico, Nueva Vizcaya, and Approaches Thereto, to 1773 (Washington, D.C., 1923), vol. III.
Roy Bedichek (1878-1959) was a naturalist, educator, writer, and director of the University (of Texas) Interscholastic League from 1914-1948. The Roy Bedichek Papers, 1897-1959, 2003, document his studies of ornithology, botany, wildlife, and conservation, history and philosophy and include literary productions, correspondence, and business records.
Correspondence, geological reports, and book manuscripts of Böse, include the manuscript and annotated galley proofs of The Cretaceous and Tertiary of Southern Texas and Northern Mexico (1927) and the manuscript of Geological and Paleontological Study of the Region of San Juan de Guadalupe, Durango, Symon and Camacho, Zacatecasì (undated).
Correspondence, financial papers, printed materials, maps, and photographs comprise the Richard Burges Papers, 1897-1940, documenting Burges’ career as a lawyer, soldier, politician, and conservationist.
The John Burnett papers are comprised of investigations, interviews, and news articles conducted by Burnett during his time as a roving Southwest reporter and war correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR). These stories cover a span of over 30 years, documenting topics ranging from Mexican drug cartels to the U.S. war on drugs to the 2013 Iraq War. Additionally, the collection contains cassette tapes and transcripts of interviews taken by Burnett.
Images from around Texas taken by the Ellison Photographic Studio in Austin, ca. 1923-1965.
The Charles W. Hackett Papers contain photographs and legal proceedings collected by Charles W. Hackett, a historian, educator, and author. These papers in the collection relate to public buildings in Mexico City and to documents from the New Mexico Archives concerning early history of New Mexico.
Typed transcripts, indexes, and genealogical notes compose the J. W. Chatham Diary, 1849, documenting Chatham’s trip from Cambridge, South Carolia, to California in search of gold.