Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of Annas's professional work done in Texas, including studio portraits, weddings, parades, fairs, school events, and other images of small town life.
The Ben McCormick Photograph Collection includes prints associated with Private Ben McCormick, who served in the 19th Infantry of the U.S. Army. Subjects shown in the photographs include Fort Bayard, New Mexico; Schleicher County, Texas; Camp Bowie, Texas; Canyon, Texas; Eldorado, Texas; and Palo Duro Canyon State Park in Texas.
Papers relate primarily to activities in connection with the Willis Lang, and Billingsley plantations in Falls County as well as to business and literary interests of Virginia Billingsley. Materials include correspondence, casebooks, notes, legal papers, land papers, receipts, journals, newspaper clippings, literary productions, and speeches.
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.
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.
The DeWitt family settled near Newburg in Comanche County around 1870. The collection includes studio portraits of the DeWitt family taken in Comanche County from 1890 to 1920 as well as images of houses and outdoor pictures of family members.
The Jimmie Dodd Photograph Collection consists of approximately 12,500 negatives generated by Dodd during his years as a professional photographer in Kingsville, Texas. The archive includes images of the King Ranch, Texas cities and towns, celebrities, sports, wedding portraits, and freelance work for the Kingsville Police Department.
Mary Lee Edwards held a bachelor of arts from the University of Texas at Austin.The 23 prints in this collection are accompanied by short poems about the images.
Papers consist of legal, political, and personal correspondence; legal, political, legislative, and committee files; newsletters, reports, and bulletins; research material; newspaper clippings; maps; video cassettes; audio tapes; CDs; and photographs.
The Thomas and Joan Gandy Photograph Collection consists of 114 exhibit prints made from photographs by the Norman Studio and Henry Gurney, then collected by Dr. Thomas H. Gandy.