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A. Personal & Family Collection

 Classification
Identifier: A
The Family and Personal Collection offer sources for the study of a variety of topics such as agriculture, economic conditions, the Civil War, the role of Texan women, and family history in Texas history. Such collections contain diaries, letters, land records, memoirs, and other papers collected by, and centered on, an individual or successive generations of a family. Among the collections is material from Karle Wilson Baker, Stephen F. Austin, Archie P. McDonald, and local NAACP leader Arthur Weaver. These collections document the social, cultural and economic history of East Texas from European colonialism to the present day and provide a view into southern culture and life.

Found in 328 Collections and/or Records:

Charles H. Tindall Family Collection

 Collection
Identifier: A-0246
Scope and Contents This is a small collection and consists primarily of photographs and newspaper clippings about the family of Charles H. Tindall. The collection also includes a song book and Dr. Tindall's prescription book.

Charles Lee Hill Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A-0108
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs, conductor's scores of musical compositions, newspaper clippings, concert programs and publicity, ads for sheet music and sound recordings, correspondence, World War II Army post newspapers, Hill's writings on Army life, musical theory of jazz and swing, and music education.

Charles S. Taylor Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A-0031
Scope and Contents Correspondence, invoices, tax receipts, field notes, deeds, powers of attorney, and other legal documents, Confederate warrants, notes, and orders for food to be supplied to Confederate soldiers' families, and genealogical material on the Taylor and Ruoff (Ruff, Roff) families of Nacogdoches.

Charlotte Baker Montgomery Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A-0173
Scope and Contents The collection consists of manuscripts, three-color illustrations, galley sheets, and book dummies for her books; original cover design and pen and ink drawings; unpublished manuscripts; talks she gave for different organizations; newspaper clippings and articles about Ms. Montgomery's writing career and her work with humane education.

Civil War Collection

 Collection
Identifier: A-0166
Scope and Contents This collection has a mix of Southern correspondence, newspaper articles, rosters, orders, war tax receipts, and other papers and documents relating to the Civil War. There are originals, typed transcriptions, and photocopies in the collection.

Clarence P. Harris Jr. Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A-0244
Scope and Contents The collection contains papers, letters and medical diplomas belonging to Clarence P. Harris and his family.

Clarice F. Pollard Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: A-0223
Scope and Contents The scrapbook is predominantly and structured around a 21-page typescript entitled "A Khaki WAAC in the Lone Star State." Pollard supplemented the text with caricatures and cartoons, an issue from the class newsletter, the program to a variety show put on by her class, a copy of her transcript, and her class’ graduation program. Pollard includes photographs (originals and photocopies) of her herself, friends and classmates in uniform and in and around Nacogdoches. Researchers...

Clarke-Page Family Collection

 Collection
Identifier: A-0227
Scope and Contents The collection consists of original manuscript letters, photocopies of official documents, material from published works, explanatory notes and a large number of historic photographs relating to the families. Most of the collection focuses on Samuel H. Page and his descendants.

Clyde J. Woodward Reminiscences

 Collection
Identifier: A-0078
Scope and Contents Reminiscences of Oil Springs, Texas, of the lumbering industry and the history of the Shay locomotive in East Texas by the Nacogdoches lumberman and locomotive engineer.