Texas -- History
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Beto O'Rourke Collection
This collection contains materials regarding Beto O’Rourke’s 2020 Democratic Presidential campaign.
Britton Hispanic Texana Collection
Guy Keith Jr. Correspondence Collection
The Guy Keith Jr. Correspondence Collection contains two handwritten letters found by Guy Keith Jr. when he was 10 years old. The collection includes a letter from J.L. Mitchell offering cotton weighing services in Franklin, Texas and a letter from Maggie Flowers of Sumpter, Texas. The letters were donated by Clinton Copeland, the grandson of Guy Keith Jr.
Mae Wynne McFarland Research Collection
Robert A. Gammage Collection
Sexton Family Papers
The Franklin B. Sexton Papers documents the life of Confederate legislator Franklin Barlow Sexton. The correspondence represents a wide range of personal and business communication. Some of the most common topics in the subject files are deeds, receipts, requests for payment and land dealings. Newspaper clippings cover a variety of topics, some of which are: agriculture, national defense, oil in Texas, poetry,churches and Texas history.
Sutton E. Griggs Papers
The Sutton E. Griggs Papers is comprised on newspaper articles, copies of writings by Sutton E. Griggs, research papers, and other documents related to the research of Sutton E. Griggs.
Texas Fakes Collection
This collection contains materials regarding falsified Texas historical documents and document thefts.
Texas Mexico Relations Collection
This collection consists of a publication containing correspondence between Fort Brown, Texas and Mexican authorities after the death of Maj. Gen. Canales, General-in-Chief of the Division Canales, Army of Mexico.