Manners and customs
Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from John Day Andrews, in Houston, Texas, to William Fanning Wickham, in Hanover County, Virginia, extolling the many virtues of life in Texas and the many economical and health benefits of living in Texas.
Robert Harris Archer was a physician in Maryland. Correspondence and genealogical materials relate to the Robert H. Archer family.
Photostat of a personal letter sent from Joshua D. Austin to "Miss Grangers."
The papers of the Baxter, Hollamon, and Hampton families reflect life in Texas from the pioneer days to the mid-twentieth century.
The Cheney Family Papers, 1829, 1833, 1923, 1934, consist of correspondence and essays, documenting the activities of members of the Cheney family over a century.
The Clow family papers consist of correspondence, diary and account books, legal documents, invitations, calling cards, and photographs.
Collection documents the lives of the extended family of Dr. James H. Dunn and his wife Rebecca Micheaux.
Two bound volumes of transcribed articles comprise the W. Herbert Dunton Papers, 1914, 1941, documenting Dunton’s literary work.
Composed of a typescript, the Alcinus Young Eaton Diary, 1871, chronicles Eaton’s experiences traveling from Carson City, Colorado to Silver City, New Mexico.