A. Personal & Family Collection
Found in 368 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains offprints and photocopies of articles and essays by John Q. Anderson arranged in the categories of American literature, folklore, southern history, and education. Biographical information on Anderson dates from 1953 to 1980. Sixteen book reviews written by Anderson are included. There is also a bibliography of John Q. Anderson's publications.
Two typescript drafts of Hays' book "Mark Twain and Religion: A Mirror of American Eclecticism" with a hand written index and notes. The book was edited by Fred A. Rodewald and has an introductory note by Edwin W. Gaston Jr., both SFA professors.
McCulloch's memory of experiences in 1864 as a Union Army chaplain taken prisoner at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, and marched to Camp Ford near Tyler, Texas. Describes battles, wounded men, barracks, amusements, sanitary conditions, punishments, torture, and trading among prisoners and guards.
This collection includes a daybook with minutes of the Johnson Chapel Sunday School (1919-1921), two marriage licenses, and newspaper clippings related to the church, the Erasmus Johnson family and the Otis Sadler family.
Chiefly the writings of the physician and Civil War veteran of Nacogdoches on various aspects of the early history of Nacogdoches, most of which were published in his column "Nacogdoches Traditions" in the Daily Sentinel.
The Karle Wilson Baker Papers include diaries; manuscripts; correspondence with publishers, editors, writers, fans, friends, and organizations; newspaper clippings and other biographical materials; photographs; and historical research materials, including some original materials dating back to the 1830's.
Mother of poet and novelist, Karle Wilson Baker. Journal gives an account of family activities in Little Rock, Arkansas, including church life, social gatherings, concerts and special events, and health. Traces Baker's literary beginnings and charts her progress in music, school, and sports. The family later moved to Nacogdoches where Kate died.
The bulk of the collection consists of family letters. Most letters were written by family members in Jackson County, North Carolina to William Kerr(1839-1912) in Texas. Letters from Jesse Kerr were addressed to both his brother William and his son William.
The collection consists of correspondence, reports, agendas, committee minutes, bibliographies, and other materials used by the revision commission. Most items are printed or photocopied, but there are some original letters signed by Texas senators, legislators, judges, and other government officials.
Poems, published materials, internet materials, third party materials, newspaper clippings, awards, photographs, and correspondence and letters with publishers, editors, writers, fans, friends, and organizations.