Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Broadside advertising Bingham School, a boys' boarding school in Orange County, North Carolina, with an envelope addressed to C. H. Daughtry, Canton, Mississippi.
Henry Matthew Burlage served as Dean of the College of Pharmacy at The University of Texas at Austin from 1947 to 1962. He continued to serve as Professor of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Chemistry until 1970. The papers, which include research and teaching materials, document his professional life and career.
Collection concerns the family of Carrington (1816-1897), merchant and soldier, and relates to family news and genealogical information about the Carrington, Denny, and Rothhaas families; Carrington’s activities as a captain in the Confederacy; and land transactions. Included are correspondence, reports, legal documents, financial papers, calling cards, newspaper clippings, magazine, funeral notices, and photographs.
The Samuel Price Carson Papers, 1827-1913, document Carson’s political career, focusing on a duel in which Carson killed Robert B. Vance.
The Eliza S. Fannin Letters, 1829-1832, contain a typescript of correspondence written to and from Eliza S. Fannin and various family members during her time at school in Salem, North Carolina.
Comprised of a letter, fragments of legal documents, and a list of accounts, the David B. Gillespie Papers, 1822, [ca. late 1820s], undated, document the legal and business activities of Gillespie during the early 19th century.
Karen Keel Gould was a publishing scholar in medieval art history from the early 1970s to the early 1990s. She taught courses on the Gutenberg Bible at UT Austin from 1981 to 1987. The papers contain correspondence, printed material, photographs, and news articles pertaining to her life, career, and scholarly pursuits.
Correspondence of Thomas B. Hampton, soldier and farmer, with his wife Jestin C. Hampton, during his service in the Civil War. Papers concern family news, farming affairs, military activities of Hampton’s company, and news of his death in battle.
Correspondence, diary, cards, petitions, and sermons relating to aspects of the career of James Pinckney Henderson, lawyer, soldier, politician, diplomat, and governor of Texas; including military activities while a soldier in Mexican war and commander of 2nd Texas Regiment at Battle of Monterrey; and including receipt of petitions from settlers in Texas seeking protection from hostile Indians while Henderson was governor.
John William Blount Lawrence (1815–1909) was a lawyer, soldier, land agent, and notary public. Papers include letterpresses of Lawrence, Lawrence and Clarke, Lawrence and Edwards, Lawrence and Son; tax book; correspondence; and legal and business documents relating to Lawrence's career activities.