Huntsville (Tex.) -- History
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains biographical information regarding Ann Staples. Contents include anautobiographical memoir containing photos, along with correspondence between Mrs. Staples and Cheryl Spencer, who helped to review Mrs. Staples’ autobiography. This memoir gives an idea of life in 1940’s Huntsville, Texas.
This collection contains photocopies of a letter written by Jesse Kincaid to Dr. Ashbel Smith.
This collection is composed of a reproduced photogrpah, typed letters between Margaret Percival and Barbara Kievit-Mason, a type-up of Jessie McFarland's letter, typed biograohical information about Jessie McFarland by Margaret Percival, and newspaper article clippings about Sam Houston State Teachers College.
The materials in this collection are composed of two boxes.
Box 1 is composed of Charles Lee Hill's scrapbook and photographs of the musical group "The Houstonians."
Box 2 is composed of biographical materials and photographs about Charles Lee Hill's life and music career. As well as biographical materials about his grandfather W.T. Hill's life and time spent in the American Civil War as a Confederate officer.
The Collection of Alabama-Coushatta Materials consists of correspondence, photographs, booklets, newspaper articles, programs, and pamphlets pertaining to the Alabama-Coushatta reservation and tribe,as well as laws pertaining to reservation rights. The Alabama-Coushatta Reservation is located outside of Livingston, Texas. The collection includes a focus on the “Before the Sundown” historical drama.
This collection contains a letter written from W.S. Exan to R.P. Ingram.
This collection contains materials concerning the Huntsville Garden Club. Materials include correspondence, minutes, photographs, newspapers, brochures, and awards.