Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Short documentary films which yield sensory impressions of the visions of the creator.
The Joseph Bjerklie Papers, 1890-1985, (4 in.) document cattle ranching in North Dakota.
Comprised of correspondence, drafts of historical sketches, newspaper clippings, printed material, maps, and notes, the Duke-XIT Ranch Collection, [ca. 1900-1960], documents the history of the XIT Ranch from the perspective of Robert L. and Cordelia J. Duke.
Consisting of photocopies of letters and other documents, the James H. East Papers document East’s life and career as a merchant, ranch foreman, lawman, and judge.
Literary sketches compose the L. Alberto Guajardo Narrative, 1933-1935, documenting Guajardo's life in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico.
The Laura V. Hamner papers contain correspondence, literary productions, financial records, broadsides, scrapbooks, photographic cuts, and newspaper clippings, which document Hamner’s career as an author, teacher, newspaper columnist, and radio announcer.
Collection documents the work of Jack Jackson ("Jaxon"), artist, illustrator, author, and historian, and reflects the popular culture of Austin, Texas, and San Francisco, California, during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Collection consists mainly of photographs of a Mexican ranch, including cowboys and other ranch staff, cattle, horses, dogs, structures and landscapes.
Business records, legal papers, correspondence, and advertisements comprise the Ruth N. Ragsdale Papers, 1854-1925, documenting ranch interests, land deals, and the personal correspondence of Ruth N. Ragsdale.
The Morris Ranch Papers, 1893-1929, document the operation of the Morris Ranch in Gillespie and Kerr counties.