Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph album documenting the 19th Aviation Squadron in Austin, Texas, Sarasota, Florida, and various other bases during the period from 1917 to 1918.
Manuscript letter from Secretary of State John Quincy Adams to President James Monroe, dated July 20, 1819, regarding the Adams-Onis Treaty.
Papers relate to personal and professional activities of Allin, Port engineer, U.S. Army Colonel who served in both world wars, and Chicago native. Memorial book, newspaper clippings, and letter organized by type of material.
Message from President James Monroe announcing that American troops had taken possession of Amelia Island, East Florida. American military intervention in the Floridas resulted in the Adams-Onís Treaty (1819), which ceded Florida to the United States and defined the boundary of the Louisiana Territory to exclude Texas.
Materials originate from the American for Nonsmokers lobbying organization, which opposes the tobacco industry and promotes the rights of non-smokers.
Photographs and press releases relate to Ice Capades, Holiday on Ice, Ice Follies, Vienna Eisrevue, Hell Drivers (stunt cars) and circus acts.
The Henry S. Bunting Papers, 1861-1948, contains the biography and histories written by Henry S. Bunting about his father, Robert F. Bunting, and the Presbyterian Church in Texas.
The Patricia Caulfield Photographic Archive, circa 1955-2002, contains photographic materials, publications, and objects reflecting Caulfield’s work as a photojournalist and her interests in street and environmental photography.
The William W. Chapman papers, 1834-1864, 1895, includes quartermaster records, correspondence, printed material, financial documents, photographs and literary productions relating to William W. Chapman and his wife, Helen, during Chapman's service in Florida during the second Seminole War (1837-1838) and, later, while stationed at Fort Brown in Brownsville, Texas (1845-1852).
Papers include a variety of documentation belonging to the founder of the De Zavala Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, historical preservation activities and personal papers of the De Zavala family.