Scrapbooks -- Texas -- Nacogdoches
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The bulk of materials in this collection pertain to the Anna Raguet Garden Club, Nacogdoches Council of Garden Clubs and Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., District III. Anna Raguet Garden Club records include letters, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, photographs and negatives, scrapbooks, and yearbooks. Bank statements, check registers and receipts document the club’s expenses and community projects. Nacogdoches Council documents in the collection are guidelines, results and rules for the county’s...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of personal correspondence, notes, programs, accounts, souvenirs, religious materials, bills, receipts, and miscellaneous personal mementoes of Virgie Sanders. Also included are newspaper clippings about Virgie Sanders. The collection includes items about Nacogdoches history, Texas history, and the Texas Centennial. Topics about Nacogdoches include historic trees, the Old Nacogdoches University, businesses, historical markers, the Old Stone Fort, the Nacogdoches Opera...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of scrapbooks, diaries, and loose items including correspondence; clippings about friends, relatives, and religious leaders; obituaries; verse, humor, and human interest stories; writings of Edward B. Willis; recipes; marriage and birth announcements; programs; photographs; financial records; sketches of birds and butterflies; religious notes, and poems Mrs. Lindsey wrote upon special occasions for family and friends.
Scope and Contents Scrapbooks of activities
Scope and Contents Giles M. Haltom's essay on Nacogdoches in 1876 has a lot-by-lot description of buildings and houses and their occupants. It also includes together newspaper clippings on historical subjects which were collected and compiled into a scrapbook by Mrs. George Meisenheimer. Subjects covered include the history of Nacogdoches, the historical old elm tree, the Hart Hotel, Thomas J. Rusk's gravesite, the Old Stone Fort, Richard Fields and the Fredonia Rebellion, and Christ Episcopal Church. Persons...
Scope and Contents The main item in this collection is a 15-page scrapbook given to Mrs. James Oscar Ray and H. T. Muckleroy by Aldrich Nelson Walker. The scrapbook contains photographs from the 1920s of family members, friends, and old Nacogdoches, including but not limited to: Stone's Mill, Christ Church, local schools, Arnold Street, Main Street Pharmacy, a Tyler Fire Truck, Main Street, Scouting, and Y.M.C.A. Small Gymnasium. Also in this collection are a photograph of James Oscar Ray and an old check.
Scope and Contents These papers include academic work from Judy’s college years in the early 1950s and photographs from the early 1960-2005. The collection contains most of Judy’s “scrapbook”, collected over her years as mayor of Nacogdoches, which consist mainly of newspaper articles taken from the Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel.