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F. I. Tucker Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A-0249
This collection holds many forms and letters received by Tucker from the leaders of the Texas State History Survey Committee in Austin. This collection also holds newspapers and research Tucker did on the local Nacogdoches history and the history he researched of Texas and East Texas in particular.

Dates

  • 1820-1965

Extent

0.50 Cubic Feet

Abstract

The collection consists correspondences, newspapers articles, and research concerning the Texas Historical Foundation and East Texas.

Biographical or Historical Information

F. I. Tucker was a lawyer in the city of Nacogdoches and a chairman of the county's Texas Historical Foundation which is part of the Texas State Historical Survey Committee. As a chairman, Tucker received a lot of forms, notices, and letters from the head office in Austin. As a person interested in history, F. I. Tucker did a great deal of research, particularly focused on Nacogdoches, East Texas, and greater Texas.
Title
Guide to the F. I. Tucker Papers
Author
Adam Grimes, 2008

Repository Details

Part of the East Texas Research Center Repository

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