Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
The AIDS Collection, 1985-1990, contains flyers, news clippings, medical studies, and guidelines, which document the work of and issues confronting AIDS organizations in Arkansas and Texas, specifically the Austin Lesbian Gay Political Caucus, AIDS Services of Austin, Austin AIDS Project, Washington County AIDS Task Force, Inc., Arkansas AIDS Foundation, and AIDS Resources Center.
Narrative of the life of Anders (1813- circa1900), an Arkansan who moved to Hunt County, Texas, in 1836.
Character investigation, bibliography, and list of deeds and related land papers concerning Bastrop (ca 1766-1827), soldier, colonizer, and legislator. Documents relate to Bastrop's colonization activities in Louisiana and an investigation in connection with his application for Spanish citizenship at San Antonio de Bexar.
Papers relating to Black (1820-1862), a physician in Panola County, as well as to the Robb family of New Orleans reflect the social, political, cultural, and financial activities of various family members and friends. Correspondence and financial records primarily concern Black's medical career and his service with the Confederate Army. There is also a weather diary kept by Black in 1853
The Briscoe Family Genealogy Collection is comprised of correspondence, genealogical research material, photographs, sound recordings, sheet music, publications, and maps.
A transcript composes the James McGinley Campbell Diary, 1863-1864, documenting Campbell’s experiences in Company A of the 118th Illinois Volunteer Infantry of the United States Army during the Civil War.
The C. C. Casteel photograph collection, comprising prints, negatives, photo-masks, and receipts from the studio’s operations, documents Texarkana and its citizens. The shots tend to be traditional studio portraits, but candid and commercial outdoor shots exist as well. There are also photographs of local businesses, aerial shots of the city, and images describing before-and-after medical procedures.
The Dorah Clegg Diary contains Clegg’s account of her journey from Van Buren, Arkansas, to Salado, Texas, as well as the beginning of their ranching life at Salado.
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.