A. Personal & Family Collection
Found in 368 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a notebook of carbon typescripts of poems, some of which are signed by the author, plus two poems xeroxed from the SFA student publication, Pulp. The poems offer a variety of settings. Many are about the sea and ports, others are set in East Texas, France and Spain. The author expresses concern about the World War in Europe and has tributes to three favorite authors, Edgar Allan Poe, Guy de Maupassant and Carl Sandburg.
This collection has correspondence, newspaper articles, programs, and newsletters, as well as historical manuscripts and book reviews submitted to East Texas Historical Journal editor Dr. Chamberlain.
Calvin W. Hines was a professor of history at Stephen F. Austin State University. Mr. Hines did research on Elihu B. Washburn and the Franco-Prussian War. He has donated his research so that others who may be doing research on the subject would have one place to look through many documents. Most of the documents in the collection are photocopies.
The collection contains research materials used for six of Ericson's books; Nacogdoches Fires and Firemen (1976), The People of Nacogdoches County in the Civil War (1980), Panola County, Texas in the Civil War (2001), Sabine County, Texas in the Civil War (2001), and San Augustine County, Texas in the Civil War (2002).
The materials in this collection consist of business receipts for the sale of cotton bales, several religious publications, World War 2 ration books, and minutes from two Primitive Baptist Association meetings.
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.
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.
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.
This collection consist of correspondence from family and friends to Patsy as well as her husband and children. It also contains christmas cards, wedding invites and mulitple thank you cards to the family. It contains photos, art work and school work from her children and students Patsy had over the years. The collection also consist of many miscellaneous momentos she has collected during her lifetime.
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.
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.