B. Business & Organizational Collection
Found in 148 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, bills, term reports, enrollment and attendance records, records of the Board of Trustees, teacher contracts, educational philosophy, and curricula of the two schools
This collection consists of store accounts, receipts, drug store orders, several notes and leters, a stock certificate, and some matchbooks. Researchers might find the receipts in Folder 1 useful for identifying early 20th-century Nacogdoches businesses. The letter in Folder 9 about a slave named Jim trying to buy the freedom of himself and his family is also of research interest.
The bulk of this collection are Nacogdoches Co. deeds for miscellaneous citizens. There are also land documents, promissory notes, field notes, broadsides for land or fugitives from the law, power of attorney and other probate documents, and entrance certificates. Researchers might find the entrance certificates, which are all from 1835 and in Spanish; and a pair of small broadsides from 1890-1891 for fugitives wanted for murder, of particular interest.
This collection consists of miscellaneous San Augustine County items acquired and collected over the years. There are several kinds of receipts and some ballots for a pair of county elections.
The types of materials in this collection include correspondence, legal documents, minutes book of Board of Directors and Stockholders meetings (1905-1930), payroll records, newspaper clippings, annual reports, schedules, and financial ledgers.
The two volumes show subscribers and amounts paid, other newspapers exchanged with the Chronicle, advertising accounts and accounts paid. Included are the names of many city and county residents.
The collection includes newspaper clippings about the project; historical articles about the veterans; veteran's service records from the Texas State Archives and National Archives; cemetery records and other notes about veterans; correspondence of or about the veterans; and muster rolls and officer lists for Nacogdoches, Angelina, San Augustine, Rusk, and Galveston Counties.
Collection includes history of Nacogdoches County Post Offices, newspaper articles, blueprints of the Nacogdoches Office, diagram of lock boxes, map of rural routes for Nacogdoches, and a box and key register.