Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Photostat of the naturalization certificate issued by the County Clerk of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for Holland native Sikke Aldert.
This collection, produced and collected by William Pitt Ballinger (1825-1888), soldier, attorney, and businessman of Galveston, Texas, is one of the outstanding sources of documentation for nineteenth-century Texas and Southern history, particularly of the Confederacy and the post-Civil War period.
Papers concerning activities of W. A. Blackburn, lawyer, of Austin, Texas, and other family members, with some local church records.
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.
Ranging in date from 1972 to 1999, the Jim Domke Photographic Archive consists of photographs and print materials by and related to the career of photojournalist Jim Domke.
Correspondence, account statements, promissory notes, receipts, legal papers, and other business documents comprise the Dutilh, Wachsmuth, & Co. Records. These English and French documents shed light on merchant business in Philadelphia, New York, and other New England towns. Although composed primarily of Dutilh & Wachsmuth records, the firms of Gill & Ferguson, Wachsmuth & Soullier, Andrew Clow & Co. are also well represented.
Collection aquired from Edward Eberstadt & Sons, booksellers, that includes source materials related to the early history of Texas and the Southwest.
Cleta M. Galvez-Hjornevik authored "James A. Michener: Educator" for her dissertation at the University of Texas at Austin in 1984. The papers contain research notes, photocopied research and archival materials, correspondence, writings, publications, photocopied photographs, and taped interviews on audiocassette. These materials document Galvez-Hjornevik's research on James A. Michener's career in education, especially as it relates to his contribution as a social studies teacher.
The J. A. Jackson Postcards, 1902-1925, consist of hotographic and photomechanical postcards and souvenir folders show Europe, Japan, Egypt, Palestine, and various locations in the United States, and include a series on the Roman Pontiff and one entitled Varsity Etchings. Also included are a few unidentified photographs.