Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The letter in this collection is a plea from a man named Bob who asks Ruby to go away with him. The letter indicates that Ruby may have been in some sort of danger or possibly a victim of abuse. The letter is not dated and the writer gives only his first name.
Scope and Contents These papers relate to the activities of Sam Houston mainly while he was governor of Tennessee, President of the Republic of Texas, and U. S. Senator from Texas. Included among the legal documents are photocopies from a lengthy land dispute with James H. Starr. The correspondence includes copies of seven letters to Eber Worthington Cave, mostly written in the last year of Houston's life, as well as one to Adolphus Sterne in 1842. All were omitted from the publication of 'The Writings of Sam...
Scope and Contents The collection contains a number of different materials dealing with the Student Government. There are minutes, legislation, member/committee lists, and constitutions. There are also some correspondence of the Student Government as well as some different publications that the Association created.
Abstract Correspondence, land documents, legal and financial papers of this San Augustine County family. Family members also lived in Virginia, Ohio, Mississippi and items in the collection relate to those places. Includes correspondence with James Pinckney Henderson, the first Governor of the State of Texas.
Scope and Contents Most of the collection consists of papers of Elijah and Temperence Price, but there are also papers relating to the Blount & Price mercantile business, George Fulton Crocket and his family, and S[tephen] W[illiam] Blount & Co., all of San Augustine. Crocket and Blount, along with Travis Gustavus Broocks and Mathew Cartwright, jointly operated a steam mill near San Augustine which appears to have had facilities for sawing lumber and grinding grain. The papers include correspondence;...
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of speeches that William R. Johnson gave while President of SFA. There are speeches to students, faculty, civic organizations and high schools, at conferences, and to dedicate university buildings. The collection has correspondence to friends and on SFA matters, like the renovation of the President's house. There are also a number of reference letters that Johnson wrote for SFA personnel, students and friends. Additional information related to Johnson's...