Found in 61 Collections and/or Records:
Pamela Lynn Palmer Collection on Karle Wilson Baker
This is a small collection consists of the unpublished manuscript, 'Let Me Grow Lovely: A Biography of Karle Wilson Baker, Texas Writer', with photographs of Karle Wilson Baker and her home.
Parker Family Collection
The bulk of the collection is about Tom Parker and his daughter Nancy Parker. There are two interesting items from World War I in the collection: Tom Parker's identification tags and a pair of scissors he carried through the war in his first aid kit.
Parks Family Collection
The collection consists of newspaper clippings from the late 1800s to the early 1900s as well as family photographs.
Pauline Shirley Murrie Papers
Three photographs of an unidentified house; a letter to Matie Orton Davis from Addie T. McCall, 1935; and information on Baptist churches in Nacogdoches County, Texas.
Price-Hall Family Collection
This collection consists of Price – Hall family letters, photographs and newspaper clippings about the family.
Rev. Bettie Engram Kennedy Meeting Hall Collection
Richard S. Orton Collection
Robbie Choate Collection
The collection consists of one Nacogdoches High School Scrapbook, letters and some educational related material.
Ross Fountain Family Collection
Samuel E. Asbury Papers
Stephen W. Blount and Benjamin F. Price Collection
Letters, photographs, land documents, and other legal and personal documents
Summers Family Collection
The collection is mostly deed records and ledgers for rent and cash. Of interest is some WWI photographs and menus from the steamship Abangarez.
Sylvia and Tom McGrath Collection
This collection contains personal letters, documents and college admissions letters Sylvia McGrath received as well as letters and documents sent to her parents and a few other members of her family. The collection also contains a large assortment of photographs and negatives, especially of Sylvia and Myra's childhood, and a scrapbook for Sandra McGrath.
Teutsch Early Nacogdoches Documents
Photos of 19th and 20th century Nacogdoches and Nacogdoches County. Taken from books, newspapers, originals and post cards. Fire Department minute books 1907-1973.
Thompson Brothers Lumber Company Records
This collection consists of records relating to the business activities of the J. M. Thompson, Thompson-Tucker, Thompson Brothers, Rock Creek, Texas Long Leaf and Houston County lumber companies, and other small lumber companies in which the Thompsons had an interest. There are also records relating to the Thompson Brothers Mineral Company.
Turlington Family Collection
Family photographs, baby books, teaching certificates, letters, particularly re: Marguerite Pierce Turlington, Margaret Elma Turlington Randolph (sister-in-law) and William West Randolph (nephew); receipts from Rusk Co. businesses; papers on the organization and management of the Harmony Hill Cemetery Association; invoices and checks for Marguerite P. Turlington's donations to the First Baptist Church of Tatum; and royalty checks and estate planning documents for Marguerite P. Turlington.
Villa Belle Scogin Collection
Weaver-Huckaby-Dobbs Family Collection
This collection consists primarily of photographs dating from the early 20th century until 2001. There are a few newspaper clippings, postcards, and a telegram from Western Union.
William Graham Barron Collection
There are three photographs in this collection.