Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The Charles Max Buck papers consist of journals, biographical notes and essays, transcripts, negatives, correspondence, reports, sermons, and military records. These records depict the life of Charles Max Buck and some of his family members. The bulk of these papers document Charles Max Buck's service as a regimental chaplain during and after World War II.
The Henry Noel Ferguson Photograph Collection, 1847, 1889, 1931-1968, 1980, was collected by Ferguson to illustrate his magazine, newspaper articles, and his book The Port of Brownsville: A Maritime History of the Rio Grande (1976).
Collection consists mainly of photographs of a Mexican ranch, including cowboys and other ranch staff, cattle, horses, dogs, structures and landscapes.
Bruce Stuart Roberts is an American photographer and author who began his career in the 1950s. The images in this collection chronicle the Southern experience during a significant transitional period in its history: from the early Civil Rights years to the many signs of hope for change embodied in such social programs as Head Start, VISTA, and various rural health initiatives of the 1960s and 1970s.
E. R. Thomas Motor Company was a manufacturer of automobiles in Buffalo, New York between 1902 and 1919. This album contains photographs of the Thomas Flyer and other Thomas Motor Company cars in various places including San Francisco, California, Omaha, Nebraska, and Valdez, Alaska.
Ranging in date from circa 1922 to 1990, the Will Thompson Photographic Archive focuses on the oil and gas industry and trips around Texas and Alaska. This includes staff and freelance photography of oil wells and refineries, along with other corporate activities.