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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Earl Vandale Collection Index



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Creator Vandale, Earl
Title An Index to the Earl Vandale Collection
Abstract A cross-referenced collection of printed material on various Texas-related topics. Collected by Earl Vandale.
ID Vandale, Earl Collection Index
Language English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

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Adams, Ruby Winona
Social Behavior in a Drought Stricken Texas Panhandle Community, Wheeler County
Adobe Walls, Battle of, Texas 1874
see Beverly, Mrs. Cora
Acco Press
Acco Press: A Monthly Magazine for the Cotton Farmer, June 1936.
Alabama
Resolutions re Annexation of Texas, 25th Congress, 2nd Session, House Document, No. 196
Resolutions favoring the admission of Texas, 27th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Document No. 55, January 1, 1842
Alamo
see Gray, A. C.
Alamo, Siege of the
see
  • Blake, R. B.
  • Seguin, John
Aldous, Lillie D.
Notes on Aldous Ranch, Collingsworth County, Texas
Aldous Ranch
see Aldous, Lillie D.
Alexander, Charles W.
Letter to S. Alfred Mitchell, with reference to the Lone Star Flag, March 2, 1910
Allen, Anna C.
see Travis, William Barrett
Alley, Jack
"Fifty-four years of pioneering on the plains of Texas" edited by Frank P. Hill, from Tahoka News, Spring 1932
Allison, Clay
see
  • Clark, O. S.
  • Thompson, Albert W.
Almonte, Juan N.
Original expense account, kept in accompanying General Santa Anna from Texas to Washington after the Battle of San Jacinto
Alsup, Frances McNeill
"A History of the Panhandle of Texas", Master's thesis from the University of Southern California, 1943
Alvord, Texas
see Hamner, Laura V.
Amarillo Newspapers
see Crudgington, Charles
Amarillo, Plainview and Southern Railroad Company
Printed form for subscribers to sign, to construct a railroad from Amarillo to Plainview
Amarillo Street Railway
Company contract, June 12, 1911
Amarillo Street Railway
see also Nobles, M. C.
American Steel and Wire Company
see Barbed Wire
Amarillo, Texas
Early Amarillo, narrative. Carrie P. Stevenson
Extracts from newspapers of 1895-1899
Memoranda from early issues of Amarillo newspapers, typewritten, 1895-1924
News supplement, November 5, 1898
News articles, Amarillo Papers ca. 1936-1941
Typed extracts from Amarillo newspapers, 1924-1939
Amarillo, Texas
see also:
  • Arnot, John
  • Beverly, Mrs. Cora
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • Fisher, Mrs. B.
  • Flenniken, Bill
  • Fogerson, Earl
  • Hinson, Albert
  • Kirkman, Mrs. Annie
  • Lowndes, Mrs. C. J. E.
  • Luttrell, Mrs. C. M. and Arthur
  • McQueen, Ranch
  • Merchant, John D.
  • Nobles, H. A.
  • Oakes, J. M.
  • Potter County, Texas
  • Ridings, John G.
  • Stevenson, Carrie P.
Ames, Harriet A.
see Potter, Robert
Amnesty Oath, 1865
see Gray, A. C.
Anderson County, Texas
see Oldham, Blanche
Andrews County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Anshutz, Doc
Sheets with titles for photographs to illustrate the "Saga of No Man's Land"
Anshutz, Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
"Early Days in No Man's Land," interview, June 16, 1937
Arizona
see:
  • Gray, E. N.
  • Haley, J. Evetts, Hervey Chesley and H. Bugbee
Armstrong, Marion
Short stories of Oldham County, the Panhandle and Old Tascosa
Armstrong County, Texas
Grand Jury lists: August term 1896, February 1897, July 1897, August 1902, February 1903, August 1918
Petit Jury lists: August 1893, February 1894, August 1894, August 1896, February 1897, August 1898, February 1903, all of the District Court
"Old Settlers Reunion: at Tri-State Fair, 1926, registration list
Report to the jury to review the road from Claude to Washburn
Tax stubs, 1893
Postmasters, Claude, 1888-1935
C.A. Timmons (1847-1917) Brief sketch
Armstrong County's First Girl by Lyda Walker, 1936
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wolf, by Mrs. Olive Woodburn, 1938
Armstrong County, Texas
see also:
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Doshier, Inez Christian
  • Grimes, Mrs. J. H.
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Hoffar, Lieutenant John
  • Hogg, Walter C.
  • Zimmerman, Frank W.
Army Rations
Statement of prices for, at different posts in Texas in 1853
Arnold, Thomas
see Salado College
Arnot, John
Autobiographical interview, Potter County
Autobiographical material including genealogy of Arnot family
Early Panhandle Sheriffs: C. B. Willingham, James H. East, J. M. (Tobe) Robinson, G. W. Arrington
The first cattlement on the Canadian and adjacent territory
The Hall Brothers and Prairie Cattle Company
History of Potter County 1876-1935
(1 handwritten, 6 typed copies)
2 receipts signed by John Arnot concerning sale of the History of Potter County manuscript to Earl Vandale, August 1935 and April 1936
Photographs related to the History of Potter County:
Centipede
Mrs. Witzel, Potter County's first woman (2)
First Potter County Courthouse
(2 copies)
First known scenes, Amarillo
(2 copies)
Amarillo National Bank Building
(2 copies)
First National Bank Building
(2 copies)
Bivins Building, Old Opera House, October 1938
History of Tascosa, typed mss.
History of Tascosa, mss. in longhand
New Mexico Ranches
The Panhandle Stockmen's Association; Staying with the Cattle; The North Drift Fence
Re: Water Haulers, The Last of the Buffalo, Prairie Fires, Bill
Gatlin, The Wagon, Wagon Yards, Frying Pan Ranch,
Ranches, The Wagon Cook, A Strange Jury Verdict,
Leverton Brothers, Thomas Wilson, The Cow Puncher, The
Horse, Panhandle Stockmen's Association, Electric Fence,
Boone Marlow
Some smooth cow rustlers: W. C. Moore, Bill Ruth, John Cook and Company
Tascosa Trail, typed copy
Texas Ranches
Arnot, John
see also:
  • Cowboy Strike
  • Potter County, Texas
  • Tascosa
Arnot, Mrs. John
Autobiographical interview, Potter County
Arrington, Captain G. W.
Original correspondence with Laura V. Hamner
Arrington, G. W.
see also Arnot, John
Asbury, Dr. Samuel E.
Jonas Harrison
Three letters concerning William F. Gray's diary
Ashcroft, Dr. Levi H.
History of Regulators and Moderators of Texas, partial mss.
Thrilling Scenes in Texas: Comprising the History of the Regulators and Moderators of Shelby County
Aten, Ira
Memoirs, interview, and papers about
Photographs with Ira Aten Memoirs, interview, and papers:
8 - 3" × 5" negatives
4 - 5" × 7" negatives
9 - 5" × 7" glossy prints
12 - 8" × 10" glossy prints
Aten, Ira
see also Texas Rangers
Atkinson, George F.
Papers, mostly from Barnes Combats and Conquests of Immortal Heroes
Attwell, William
Oath of allegiance as a citizen of Texas, January 16, 1836
Austin, Moses
see Dienst, Dr. Alex
Austin, Mrs. Elizabeth
Autobiographical interview by Laura V. Hamner, February, 1941
Autobiographical interview with notes, given to Annie Teague, January, 1941. Information on Channing and Old Tascosa
Austin, Stephen F.
Certifies that James Ware is one of his colonists, May 4, 1832
Original deed to Herschel H. Hunt, for 1/4 league on the Navidad, October 22, 1831
Austin, Stephen F.
see also:
  • Texas, Supreme Court of
  • Dienst, Dr. Alex
Bailey, W. M.
History of Vernon, Texas
Bailey County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Baker, Captain Mosely
Speech to his soldiers at San Jacinto, (typed copy from the Beeville Picayune)
Baldwin, Sam D.
Copies of letters to Judge O. W. Williams, November 1930, March 1931, May 1931
"The Passing of a Nation", mss.
"A Young Tennessean on the Buffalo Range," interview, July 11, 1941, mss.
61 pp.
Ballinger, William Pitt
Extract from diary, detailing the killing of General John A. Wharton by Colonel G. W. Baylor, April 5, 1865
Banks and Banking
Ledger sheet - source unknown, 1898-1899, listing Milam County Bank, Temple National Bank, D.N. McGlasson, and First National Bank, Cameron, Texas
Banks and Banking
see also:
  • Dumas, Texas
  • Hansford County, Texas
  • McQueen, Ranch
Baptist Sanitarium Training School
see Gray, E. N.
Barbed Wire
Letter from the American Steel and Wire Company to Miss Laura V. Hamner with a 6 page typed history of barbed wire, December 13, 1921
Bar CC Ranch
see
Hamner, Laura V.
Barker, Eugene C.
The Changing View of the Function of History, mss.
Bar N Ranch
see Mossman, Captain Burt C.
Baylor, Colonel G. W.
see
  • Ballinger, William Pitt
  • Gray, A. C.
Beaumont, Texas
Beaumont, Texas, Chamber of Commerce, miscellany, ca. 1908
Bell, C. K.
Speech of, candidate for Governor, delivered at Hamilton, Texas, May 3, 1906
Bell, Mrs. J. D. (Bianca Babb)
A True Story of my Capture by and Life with the Comanche Indians, mss.
28 pp.
Bell County, Texas
see Dennis, Joseph
Bennett, Allan
see Hamner, Laura V.
Beverly, Mrs. Cora
Adobe Walls Indian Fight
"Early Amarillo as I Knew It" interview by Charles Crudgington
Beverly, W. M. (Bob)
"How He and Broncho Bill Went to the Dallas Fair"
Interview by J. Evetts Haley, June 22-23, August 10, 1937, Ranching in West Texas; Clay McGonnigal, champion roper
"The McKenzie War," mss.
Bishop, Judge Henry S.
see Crudgington, Charles
Bison, American
see
  • Arnot, John
  • Collinson, Frank
  • Goodnight, Charles
  • Mooar, J. Wright
  • Wellborn, P. C.
  • Young, Stanley P.
Black, A. P.
see Millet Brothers
Blackburn, J. S. C.
Speech delivered in the United States House of Representatives, printed, 1879.
Blair, Miss May Francis
Sketch of the life of, mss.
Blake, R. B.
Rose and his Escape from the Alamo, mss.
Blanco County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Boggs, John M.
Autobiographical dictation of Thomas Oliver Boggs, mss.
3 pp.
Letter to the custodian of the War Relic Room, Denver, Colorado, January 22, 1899, Las Animas, Bent Co., Colorado, concerning Kit Carson, mss.
3 pp.
Bolton, J. S.
Frying Pan Ranch, which lay in Potter, Oldham, and Randall, Counties
Bolton, Mrs. J. S.
Autobiographical interview, mss.
Bonds
see Confederacy
Bonner, A. S. "Smoky"
Interview
Borden County, Texas
see
  • W.P.A. Counties
  • W.P.A., Martin County Tours
Border affairs - Texas-New Mexico
see Texas
Border affairs - U.S.-Mexico
see
  • Sample, Wilton
  • Texas
Borger, Texas
see Henderson, Mary
Bousman, L. P.
Reminiscences. Interview, Waurika, October 23, 1934. Autographed mss.
22 pp.
Bowen, R. D.
Battle of New Orleans, Battle of Sabine Pass, Battle of San Jacinto
Bowers, I. N.
Historical notes on
Boyce, Col. A. G.
see Potter County, Texas
Bradford, H. B.
Wheeler County, mss.
Brainerd, Ed.
Interview by J. Evetts Haley, June 17, 1937, mss.
31 pp.
Brands and branding
see Cattle brands
Briscoe County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Brown, Clyde Chesnut
A Survey History of Collingsworth County, Texas
Brown, John
see Travis, William Barrett
Brown County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Brownwood, Texas
see Smith, Brooke
Bryant, Bruce W.
A Bully Texas Story, the Attorney-General's legal opinion about the decease of a Pennyrile Bull
Buckingham, Frank E.
Fun in the Sheriff's Office, mss.
6 pp.
Buckner, Barbara
The History of Deaf Smith County, Texas
Bull, Mrs. S. A.
Memoirs. Dallam County, mss.
Bullis, Pat
Ranging the East Panhandle, mss.
17 pp.
Bullock, Mrs. Lee Gragg
The Z - Z Ranch, mss.
Burgess, Major
Interview, December 19, 1938, El Paso
Burgess, Tom
Forty Years a Cowpuncher. As told to C. A. Crudgington, mss.
37 pp.
La Plata
6 pp.
The White Caps
5 pp.
Photograph of
(2 copies)
Burleson, Edward and F. W. Johnston
Broadside announcing the "Fall of Bejar and surrender of General Cos!," 1835
Burnet, David G.
Original draft in his handwriting and signed by him, of his inaugural address, as President of the Republic of Texas, delivered by him to the Constitutional Convention at Washington-on-the-Brazos, March 17, 1836; filed with the above is a full page steel engraving portrait of David G. Burnet
Negatives and photographs of Burnet's inaugural address, 1836
Burns, Rollie
Interview at Lubbock about saddles and saddle trees, July 28, 1937
Bush, W. E.
Cattle Brand Chart and Guide
Business and commerce
see Nobles, M. C.
Butts, J. C.
Recollections of early days on the Llano Estacado, an excellent narrative about early days at Tulia, Texas
Caddo Indians
see Gurley, E. J.
California
Official Map of the City of El Centro
Imperial Valley, Imperial Irrigation District News, May 1942
Cameron, John
see Smith, Henry
Campbell, W. S.
see Vestal, Stanley
Canadian County, Texas
see Haley, J. Evetts
Canadian Record
Items copies from Vol. I, No. 6, Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, December 30, 1893, mss.
Canadian, Texas
see Todd, Mrs. W. J.
Carhart, Whitfield
Clarendon, Texas, "Its Early Beginnings"
Carroll, H. B.
Study outline for a history of the Southwest
Carson, Kit
see Boggs, John M.
Carson, Mrs. Lizzie White
Sketch of the life of, mss.
Carson County, Texas
Historical notes on
Carter, Robert Goldwaite
Letters and leaves from my diary, or Reminiscences of a Cavalry Officer in the United States Army by Robert Goldthwaite Carter, First Lieutenant and Brevet Captain, Washington, D.C., April 27, 1896
Enclosures from Letters and Leaves
Casey, Robert Adam
Manuscript of an interview with Robert Adam Casey at Picacho, New Mexico, June 25, 1937, mss.
31 pp.
Casey, W. D.
On the Loving-Goodnight Trail, Casey Ranch in the Davis Mountains, March 30, 1932
Casey Family
see Klasner, Mrs. L. C.
Casey Ranch
see Casey, W. D.
Castro, Henry
Broadside, warning colonists against sharpers, undated
Castro County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Cattle and cattle industry
see
  • Arnot, John
  • Bullis, Pat
  • Fudge, Bob
  • Goodnight, Charles
  • Hogg, Walter C.
Cattle brands
Various Oldtimers, brands of the XIT, N - N, and others, mss.
Cattle brands
see also
  • Bush, W. E.
  • Leonard, J. J.
Cattle drives and trails
see
  • Casey, W. D.
  • Ellington, G. W.
  • Hays, Mose
  • Rumans, John
  • Moore, J. Ealy
Cattle stealing
see
  • Arnot, John
  • Hays, Mose
Chambers, Johnny
see Panhandle Pioneers
Chambers, Thomas Jefferson
Form letter soliciting subscriptions to a loan to Texas for the purpose of arming, equipping, and provisioning a reserve army
Photostatic copy of diary from January 1, 1837 to December 31, 1837
Channing, Texas
see Austin, Mrs. Elizabeth
Cherokee Indians
see Gray, William Fairfax
Chesley, Hervey
The Story of "Arms and the Man": "Arizona Notes," written by Jeff D. Milton
Captain Saxon, the Last Stand of the Cavalier
Hamilton County notes
Interview with Mr. Woods Coffee at Amarillo, Texas, July 5, 1941
Interview with Frank King of Los Angeles, at Stamford Cowboy Reunion, July 4, 1941. Old Ju and the Thirty Bottles of Mescal, edited from an article by A. B. Ash. More on Jim Miller, March 6, 1941
Interview with Mr. Adolph Petree, at Chupadero Ranch, July, 1941
Letter and clipping concerning Indian raid in the early years of Hamilton County
The Captain and His Contemporaries, sequel to the story of Saxon called, "Captain Saxon, the Last Stand of the Cavalier"
The Strange Perkins mystery. More Hamilton County notes, Mr. Williams, September 11, 1941
Chesley, Hervey and J. Evetts Haley
"Some Salty Old Timers"
Chesley, Hervey
see also Mooar, J. Wright
Chesley, Hervey and Felix Williams
see Hamilton County, Texas
Chupadero Ranch
see Chesley, Hervey
Churches
see:
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Green, Miss Lou E.
  • Hudson, Mrs. J. R.
  • New Hope Baptist Church
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • McCullough, William Wallace, Jr.
  • Smith, Brooke
  • Wellington, Texas
  • Zimmerman, Frank W.
Civil War - Veterans
see Russell, Horace M.
Clarendon, Texas
see
  • Carhart, Whitfield
  • Williams, O. W.
Clark, Edward W.
Public debt of the Republic of Texas to, October 30, 1849, Certificate No. 950 admitting debt in amount of $11,000.00, re: notes dated 1839 and 1840
Clark, O. S.
Clay Allison of the Washita
Clark, William Russell
Letters, "Dogwood and Wild Laurel," original manuscript, poem
Claude, Texas
see:
  • Armstrong County, Texas
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Luttrell, Mrs. C. M. and Arthur
Cochran County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Coffee, Mr. Woods
see Chesley, Hervey
Coke, Honorable Richard
Private correspondence with A. C. Gray, including 12 letters
Speech delivered in the United States Senate concerning the extension of the railroad system to the Rio Grande, published, 1879
Speech delivered in the United States Senate concerning United States treasury notes, Congressional Record, Forty-sixth Congress, 1880.
Coke, Richard
see also Cook, Judge Gustave
Colbert, Chunk
see Thompson, Albert W.
Coleman, Evans
Interview about Broncho Bill and Bill Johnson
Coleman County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Coles, A. P.
Interview, December 20, 1939, El Paso
Collin County, Texas
see
  • Warren, Mildred
  • W.P.A. Counties
Collins, Eugene Stout
Interview with Winnie Davis Hale, February, 1941 (Hartley County)
Collinson, Frank
Cattle killing bear, August, 1938
Description of a buffalo hunter
Galapagos Islands, August, 1938
Indian relics
The last buffalo hunt
Letter, in which he discusses Tascosa, meteors and jade, March 27, 1941
"Littlefield Ranch in the Panhandle of Texas"
Osage Kate
A ranch romance in Mexico
Story of Rocking Chair Ranch
Teepee City, letter to B. B. Holland
Collinson, Frank
see also Potter County, Texas
Collingsworth County, Texas
see
  • Aldous, Lillie D.
  • Brown, Clyde Chesnut
  • Elliot, J. W.
Colorado
see Stonewall, Colorado
Colorado City, Texas
see Milton, Jeff D.
Colville and Coffee
Colville and Coffee, early Texas merchants. Typed letter from Sam Tagert
Comal County, Texas
Signatures of early citizens and public men (World War I) 2nd Liberty Bond Loan broadside: "This Means All of Us! Uncle Sam Has his Eyes on Us."
Comal County, Texas
see also:
  • Fredericksburg Road
  • Pfeuffer, S. V.
  • Seele, Hermann
Comanche Indians
see:
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • Kahlbau, Edna
Commission to Treat with the East Texas Indians
see Smith, Henry
Concho County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Confederate States of America
Confederate tax receipt, issued to Mrs. A. C. Gray, for the sum of one hundred and thirty-seven dollars and seventy cents ($137.70), March 26, 1864
Coupons clipped from bonds of Confederate States of America (one $15 coupon, one $20 coupon, four $30 coupons)
One one hundred dollar Confederate States of America bond, issued October 27, 1862, with all coupons attached. Authorized August 19, 1861, for redemption July 1, 1876. Columbia, South Carolina
One one thousand dollar Confederate States of America bond, issued March 1, 1864, with all coupons attached. Authorized Feb. 17, 1864, for redemption July 1, 1894. Columbia, South Carolina
Post Office money orders, dated September 14, 1864, for $71.65, and March 1, 1865, for $59.99
Conlyn, R. H.
Diary kept by, on visit to Texas Panhandle in 1883
Connellee, C. U.
Interview, Eastland, Texas, September 1, 1930
Connelly, Henry
Territorial Governor of New Mexico: Call to arms to resist a Texas invasion, September 9, 1861
Consultation of 1835
see
  • Declaration del Pueblo de Texas Reunido
  • McKinney, Thomas F.
Convention of 1836
Copy of the Declaration of Independence
Convention of 1836
see also
  • Burnett, David G.
  • Declaration of Texas Independence
Cook, George
Reminiscences of, edited by J. Evetts Haley
Cook, Judge Gustave
Letter to A. C. Gray with references to the Richard Coke-Judge Ireland controversy, Austin, Texas, dated at Houston on April 21, 1876
Cooke County, Texas
see Dustin, Mrs. C. T.
Cooper, James J.
Interview with Cooper and Douglas Meador, Matador, Texas
Coreth, F.
Marble historical tablet unveiled. Address of Coreth at ceremony under an historic oak near the Catholic Church, November 23, 1917, New Braunfels, Texas
Cornelius, H. T.
Court of Criminal Appeals, H. T. Cornelius vs. the State of Texas, No. 3762
Corporations - Political activity
see Vandale, John J.
Cos, Martin Perfecto de
see de Cos, Martin Perfecto
Cotton
see
  • Acco Press
  • Magnolia, Texas
Cottrell, Reverend M. G.
Interview, June 22, 1937. Early Parker County days
Cowboys
Watercolor print of two cowboys at a bar, copyright (1929)
Evolution of Cowboy's Paraphenalia by Jo Mara, 1933
Cowboys
see also:
  • Arnot, John
  • Beverly, W. M.
  • Burgess, Tom
  • Chesley, Hervey
  • Coleman, Evans
  • Falconer, Cosmo
  • Morris, Sam
  • Mossman, Capt.
  • Oden, Bill Arp
  • Rumans, John
  • Siringo, Charles A.
  • Walker, C. W.
Cowboy Strike
The first and only cowboy strike, by John Arnot
Copy of the original compact showing the names of the signers
Cowboy Strike
see also Gobar, James R.
Cresswell, Hank
see Hays, Mose
Crime and criminals
see
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Klasner, Mrs. L. C.
  • McCarty, John
  • Meadows, John P.
  • Mulvaney
  • Poe, John W.
  • Potter, Colonel Jack
  • Thompson, Albert W.
  • Wier, W. "Bill"
  • Williams, O. W. (2H481)
Cron, Frederick W.
The Bowie land frauds in Arkansas
Crosby, R. H.
Interview at Kenna, New Mexico, August 4, 1937
Crosby County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Cross L Ranch
see
  • Hall, Mrs. Nathan
  • Hudson, W. F.
Crudgington, Charles
Amarillo's Amusements
Amarillo from 1889 to 1937, by Edward W. Trigg; James N. Browning; Panhandle notes
Amarillo newspapers, interview of J. R. Gaut
Amarillo newspapers, interview of H. M. Martin
The Cornelius-Highfill killing
The distribution and measurement of Texas lands
Interview with J. O. Gifford: "The Oklahoma land rush as told to Charles Crudgington"
Interviews with Judge Henry S. Bishop, mss.
Interview with Allan Thompson
The Keeton-Thomas killing
The land of the Teyas
Murder of Sheriff Tom T. McGee
Notes from an interview with Captain Harry Ingerton
Notes on Amarillo's "Red light district"
Notes on the Comanches
The Amarillo Hotel, by H. P. Canode
Homesteading in the Panhandle, by Don Crossett
Panhandle Notes
Panhandle Ranches
Papers
The Presbyterian Church in Amarillo
Sketch of Sheriff J. E. Hughes
Crudgington, Charles
see also
  • Beverly, Mrs. Cora
  • Burgess, Tom
  • Ellington, G. W.
  • Hinson, Albert
  • Landis, Judge Charles C.
  • Nobles, M. C.
  • Winkler, Frank
Crudgington, Charles A.
J. W. Crudgington, Citizen, by Charles Crudgington
Crudgington, J. W.
Correspondence as chairman of the anti-Al Smith forces in Potter County, Texas, presidential campaign of 1928
Miscellaneous papers, 1908-1915, 1930
Crudgington, J. W.
see also:
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • Hansford County
Cureton, J. J.
see Cureton, W. E.
Cureton, W. E.
Sketch of the life of Captain J. J. (Jack) Cureton
2 copies
Cutter, George W.
Interview and memoirs. Ochiltree County
Dalhart, Texas
see
  • Hudson, Mrs. J. R.
  • Jarrett, Billie
Dallam County Good Roads Association
Log of the scenic route, Colorado to the Gulf
Dallam County, Texas
see
  • Bull, Mrs. S. A.
  • Hoffar, Lieutenant John
  • Mauldin, William David
  • W.P.A. Counties
Dallas, Texas
see Dickson and Moroney
Date on Which Texas Ceased to be a Republic
see Republic of Texas
Dauchey, A. N.
see Ferguson, James E.
Daugherty, James M.
Interview, Van Horn, Texas, October 24, 1930
Daughters of the Republic of Texas
see Gray, E. N.
Davis, D. I. and Colquitt
see Hamner, Laura V.
Davis, Reverend Andrew
Memoirs of
Dawson, J. M.
Letter to Dr. A. Deinst, 1928
Dawson County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
de Cos, Martin Perfecto
Broadside issued at Matamoros, July 5, 1835, addressed "To all and everyone of the inhabitants of the three departments of Texas" warning against disturbing public order and peace. Printed in Spanish on one side and English on the other
de Zavala, Adina
Legend concerning historic oak tree, near the Catholic Church in New Braunfels, Texas
Deaf Smith County, Texas
see
  • Buckner, Barbara
  • W.P.A. Counties
Dean, Ed. M.
see Hamner, Laura V.
Declaration del Pueblo de Texas Reunido
en Convention General, at San Felipe de Austin, November 7, 1835,
7 5/8" × 12 5/8".
Declaration of Texas Independence
Material pertaining to the Texas Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Texas Independence
see also
  • Gray, William Fairfax
  • Convention of 1836
Dennis, Joseph
Reminiscences of early days in Bell County, Texas, mss.
7 pp.
Dewees, W. B. and Emaretta C. Kimball
Contract between Dewees and Kimball regarding the writing, publishing and sale of "Letters from an Early Settler of Texas" by W. B. Dewees
Dickens County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Dickinson, A. O.
Incident of Ben Jackson's life
Dickinson, C. A.
"A Panhandle Snowstorm" 1895
Dickinson, J. L.
Marion County, Texas, points of interest
Dickson and Moroney
Letter to Gammage and Gammage, Palestine, Texas, about bad title to lands upon which Dallas, Texas is located, February 23, 1889
Dienst, Dr. Alex
Letter to A. C. Gray, concerning Gray's diary, dated December 29, 1909
Moses Austin and his son Stephen F. Austin
Dienst, Dr. Alex
see also Dawson, J. M.
Dills, Judge Lucius
Interview, Roswell, New Mexico, August 5, 1937 (Tascosa)
Interview, Roswell, New Mexico, March 3, 1933, and June 12, 1935 (Panhandle notes)
Judge Lucius Dills of Roswell, New Mexico: Autodissertative, concerning the life and times of the author; some remarks
Chames County, New Mexico: Account and comment concerning its creation.
Dimond, F. M.
U.S. Consul at Vera Cruz. Texas & Mexican War correspondence, 1844-46. Nine autographic letters
Dobie, J. Frank
Life and literature of the Southwest, an incomplete guide to books on Texas and the Southwest
2 copies
Tranquility in Texas
Dobie, J. Frank
see also James, W. S.
Dodge, Mrs. D. C.
see Kesterson, Thomas J. (Steve)
Donley County, Texas
Reproduction of an article written by Judge B. H. White and published in the Clarendon News, January 2, 1903.
2 copies
Dorn, Andrew J.
Correspondence with A. C. Gray concerning Gray's appointment to postmastership of Houston. January 9, 1877, January 23, 1877
Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
Newspaper clippings - Armstrong County with master index JA Ranch and Charles Goodnight Stories and accounts by Mt. Pleasant and Lakeview Schools
History of Lakeview School by Walter Hogg, 1939
Armstrong County history: Fairview, Washburn, and Claude
Pioneer stories
Claude, Armstrong Co., Texas: Post office; Newspaper clippings; A brief history of Claude by Mary Jan Turrentine, 1938; History of Elevators and wheat buyers of Claude, Texas, 1939; A. D. Smalley, 1939
Claude Schools
Social and Service Clubs of Claude; "History of Claude Lodge No. 719, A.F. & A.M." by E.T. Hughlet, 1936
Claude Churches and Cemeteries
Armstrong County: Excerpts from the standard Blue Book of Texas, 1921; History of the Growth and Development of Armstrong County, 1936; Organization of Armstrong County
The Panhandle: "The Panhandle today" by Mrs. C. May Cohen, 1936 and 1938; "Flora and Fauna" by Mrs. C. May Cohen, 1936; "In Appreciation" by Inez Christian Doshier
Doshier, Inez Christian
George Richard Doshier
History of the growth and development of Armstrong County
Doshier, Carroll
The Outside Man
Doswell, Evy
Letter to Edwin Fairfax Gray, October 26, 1857
DuBourg, General
Two page holograph regarding the use of French soldiers in ending the Texas Revolution
Duke, General Basil L.
David and Goliath
Dumas, Texas
First State Bank Comparative Financial Statement, 1931-1932
Dustin, Mrs. C. T.
The early days of Cooke County, Texas, July 1938
East, James
Interview, Douglas, Arizona, September 27, 1927
East, James
see also
  • Arnot, John
  • Haley, J. Evetts
Ector County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Edwards, Monroe
Two pleadings in the case of Stewart vs. Edwards, J. Freon, Attorney for Edwards, January, 1838, Brazoria County Court
Elections - Presidential-U.S.
see
  • Crudgington, J. W.
  • Grant, U. S.
Ellington, G. W.
When cattle trails were highways, interview by Charles Crudgington
Elliot, J. W.
Brief note about Collingsworth County
Ellis, B. S.
Interview and memoirs, Ochiltree County
Ellis, Col. Joseph
see Houston, Sam
Ellis County, Texas
see Goodley, Helen G.
Elm Creek Indian Raid
Statements of Henry C. Williams and Thornton K. Hamby who fought the Indians that day, October 13, 1864
Letters from P. A. Martin, Wichita Falls, Texas; John Marlin, Throckmorton, Texas; and T. K. Hamby, Megargel, Texas; to Miss Laura V. Hamner relating to incidents of Elm Creek Raid
El Paso, Texas
Postcard view of El Paso looking south
Emma, Texas
see Witt & Spikes Store
Enid, Ochiltree and Western Railroad Company
A record of the acts, doings, accounts and proceedings of the incorporators, subscribers, stockholders' meetings, directors' meetings, their successors and assigns, of the ledger
Statement relative to the franchises and property of the E.O.&W. Railroad Company, through Dallam, Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Ochiltree and Lipscomb counties, in the Texas Panhandle
Eubank, Mrs. Jane
Interview and memoirs. Lipscomb County
Falconer, Cosmo "Scotty"
The bellicose rabbit (poem)
Cowboy stories of Laurel Leaf Ranch, mss.
Papers of Cosmo Falconer and a copy of his obituary taken from the Cheyenne Star, December 31, 1931
Fannin County, Texas
see
  • Warren, Mildred
  • W.P.A. Counties
Faulkner, Cosmo
see Falconer, Cosmo "Scotty"
Fayette County, Texas
see Moore, John H.
Fences and Fencing
see Barbed wire
Ferguson, James E.
Accusation by Speaker Fuller
A. N. Dauchey et al. vs. James Ferguson et al. (Pfeuffer Library)
Ferguson, Thomas E.
Flags over the Stone Fort
Pageant Poem, 1942
Ferguson, Vivian
Interviews with Mrs. W. W. Wetsell
Ferguson and Brother
Papers relating to, New Braunfels, Texas, mss.
Fires, Judge J. J.
see Panhandle Pioneers
First Baptist Church (Wellington, Texas)
see Wellington, Texas
First Methodist Church (Wellington, Texas)
see Wellington, Texas
Fisher, Mrs. B.
And then I came to Amarillo
Fisher County
see Robertson, Orrin
Flags
see
  • Alexander, Charles W.
  • Ferguson, Thomas E.
  • Grinnan, Laura V.
Fleming, Bart
Letter to Levin Warles, Esq., June 7, 1813
Flenniken, Bill
Some notes on the life of this Amarillo city builder who died all too soon
Floyd County, Texas
see
  • Hall, Claude Vaden
  • W.P.A. Counties
Foard County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Fogerson, Earl
The first load of wheat in Amarillo
Foors, C. W.
Interview with, August 6, 1937
Forbes, John
see Smith, Henry
Forrester, Mrs. John
Account of the murder of the John Forrester family by the Indians as related in the Western Texas
Fort Belknap, Texas
see Killion, E. V.
Fort Davis, Texas
see Milton, Jeff D.
Fort Griffin, Texas
see
  • Jacobs, John C.
  • Milton, Jeff D.
Fort Stockton, Texas
see Williams, O. W.
Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad
see Potter County, Texas
Fort Worth and Denver Railroad
see Panhandle (region)
Fort Worth, Texas
Chamber of Commerce, folders boosting, ca. 1889
Fowler, J. B.
A brief history of the Shoe Bar Ranch
2 copies
Francis, Charles I.
Rights and obligations of oil and gas lessors and lessees operating under war time conditions
Fraternal Societies
see:
  • Gray, A. C.
  • Gray, E. N.
  • Gray, William Fairfax
  • Masons
Fredericksburg Road
Comal County, Texas, subscriptions list for the purpose of working a road from New Braunfels to the boundary of Comal and Gillespie Counties, 1852
Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Autobiographical interview, Potter County
Freemon, Bill
Impressive rites dedicate Adobe Walls Monument, article, October 20, 1940
Frontier and pioneer life
see
  • Alley, Jack
  • Hoover, Mrs. H. E.
  • McCombs, Uncle Joe S.
  • Panhandle Pioneers
  • Potter County, Texas
  • Russell, Mrs. Hal D.
  • Veale, Fannie Davis
  • Veale, Judge William
Frying Pan Ranch
see
  • Bolton, J. S.
  • Hamner, Laura V.
Fudge, Bob
"An Old Cattleman's Story"
Fuller, Speaker
see Ferguson, Governor James E.
Fur Trade
see Vestal, Stanley
Gaines County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Gaither, J. C.
Autobiographical interview, Floydada
Gallagher, Peter
Military record of his service in the Army of the Republic of Texas
Original passport issued by the Mexican Government to permit him to return to the United States after his imprisonment as a member of the Texas-Santa Fe Expedition
Gallagher, Peter and Stephen A. Hoyle
Original manuscript journal of the Santa Fe Expedition, written in the prison of Perote
Galveston Bay and Texas Land Company
Scrip No. 523 for one Sitio, containing 4428 402/1000 English acres, New York, October 16, 1830
Galveston, Texas
Daily News, June 4, 1889
Gard, AI
My Panhandle Home, sheet music
Garland, Peter
see Gurley, E. J.
Garrett, G. M.
A guide to the south plains of Texas
The south plains of Texas. Historical sketches, 1936
Garrett, Pat
see Potter, Colonel Jack
Garza County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Gee, W. E.
From schoolroom to the bench
Geologic Chart
By Rubie Vaughn
Gerdes, Bruce
Story of Ranald Slidell Mackenzie's fight with the Indians in Tule Canyon, 1874, mss., np., pp. 76
Gerlach, Mrs. George
Biographical sketch of George Gerlach, written by, and transmitted by Mrs. Sam Isaacs to Winnie Davis Hale, Hemphill County, March 24, 1941
German Emigration Company, Texas Society of the
Invitation to a general meeting, Berlin, February 20, 1851
Germans in Texas
Minutes of a political convention, as held in San Antonio, May 15, 1854 (in German)
Germans in Texas
see also
  • German Emigration Company, Texas Society of
  • New Braunfels, Texas
  • Pfeuffer, S. V.
  • Wilbarger County, Texas
  • zu Wied, Herman Fürst
Gholson, Benjamin Franklin
"The Death of Nocona"
Gifford, J. O.
see Crudgington, Charles
Gillespie County, Texas
see Mildred Warren
Glasscock County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Gober, James R.
Personal account of Tascosa - A Contention between Capital and Labor in the western Panhandle of Texas, 1883-1885, concerns Cowboy Strike
Golgotha, A Texan
Anonymous, mss.
Goodlet, Helen G.
Settlement and development of Ellis County, Texas, 1849-1860
Goodnight, Charles
Correspondence with Edmund Seymour, President of the American Bison Society. mss.
85 pp.
History and effort in producing Cattalo. mss.
2 pp.
My remembrance and what I know about Buffalo
Notes. List of questions sent by Laura V. Hamner and his answers
Notes on Buffalo with additional notes concerning the early West
Notes by, book II
Qualifications of a good scout
A sketch of the first settlement of the Panhandle. mss.
7 pp.
Goodnight, Charles
see:
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Patman, Alice
  • Poe, John W.
  • Rumans, John
Goodnight-Loving Trail
see Casey, W. D.
Goodnight Ranch
see Hamner, Laura V.
Goodnight, Texas
History of, 1939
Gorin, Mr. and Mrs. John
see Rutherford, Mrs. Albert
Gorin Community
see Rutherford, Mrs. Albert
Gough, Judge L.
Reminiscences of, particularly on the beginning of the immigration and land boom in the Panhandle
Gourley, James
see Grant, James
Graham, W. M.
see Panhandle Pioneers
Grant, James
A.L.S. to James Gourlay of Matamoras, February 20, 1834
Grant, U. S.
William S. Irwin, "The Grant Campaign Song." Handbill, 1872
Gray, A. C.
Papers and correspondence, 1890s and 1912
Gray, Dillage and Company, Business and personal papers, Houston, 1912, 1922, 1926-1929, 1935
Copy of a letter to Mrs. May Fenn McKeever concerning the Alamo, Houston, March 8, 1907
Copy of a speech made in the negative at the Houston Lyceum, on the question "Is unanimity in juries conducive to the equity of their verdict?"
Letter describing the first capitol of the Republic of Texas and early Houston, February 11, 1907
Letter from Ellen H. Reiss, enclosing an order on the Soldier's Fund, for the benefit of two guests of Mr. Gray, Houston, June 21, 1865
Letter from Henry Sampson, Galveston, May 24, 1877.
Letter of Sam R. Hamilton concerning Freemasonry in Texas, November 1909
Letter from John Warren Hunter, stating that Colonel George W. Baylor, who killed Colonel John A. Wharton, was then living in penury in Guadalajarra, Mexico, July 18, 1912
Original amnesty oath, dated June 23, 1865, at Houston
Revival of the Houston Telegraph, handbill dated Houston, April 10, 1874
E.N. Gray Papers
Four historical talks
A Sketch of the life of Colonel Edwin F. Gray
A.C. Gray & Co., Houston, Texas, Sample cards
Gray, A. C.
see also
  • Coke, Honorable Richard
  • Dienst, Dr. Alex
  • Dorn, Andrew J.
  • Mills, Roger Q.
  • Reagan, J. H.
  • Shepard, Seth
  • Tod, John G.
Gray, E. N.
Critical notes on Jesse Ziegler's "Wave on the Gulf"
Genealogy and biography, mss.
Letter of George D. Sears to, concerning the republication of Gray's diary, May 14, 1935
Papers and correspondence, 1929-1930, 1934, 1936
Recollections of boyhood days in Old Houston, mss.
Scrapbook materials
Souvenir and Program for the Gonzales Day Luncheon, Honoring the Real Sons and all Charter Member of the Sons of the Republic of Texas, Houston, 1940
"Extrauterine Pregnancy of the Interstitial or Tubo-Uterine Variety" by E. N. Gray, M.D., Houston, reprint 1895.
Sketch of the life of George H. Herman
E.N. Gray Papers - The Houston Daily Post, April 5, 1895
Address delivered at the dinner of The Sons and Daughters of the Republic of Texas, March 2, 1930
Address delivered at the San Jacinto Battleground, April 21, 1930
Address delivered in the Holland Lodge, January 25, 1928
Address to the Dallas Masonic Lodge, July 1910
Exposition delivered in the Holland Masonic Lodge, May 1927
Manuscript story of experiences in Arizona
Material establishing that the Scanlan Building in Houston is on the site of the White House of the Republic of Texas
Presentation of class pins to the graduates of the Baptist Sanitarium Training School, June 1912
Reminiscences of my life
Scrapbook No. 1, clippings from newspapers concerning Texas, and the development of her railroads, mineral and timber resources, also matters of general character and interest that are taking place throughout the world, 1889
Sketches from the life of Edwin Fairfax Gray
Toast of the "Training School for Nurses and the Trained Nurse"
Photograph of unidentified white female in full length nurses uniform and cap
Gray, Edwin Fairfax
Copy of a letter to the Honorable Sam Houston, upon the action of the last Naval Retiring Board, December, 1855
Gray, Edwin Fairfax
see also
  • Doswell, Evy
  • Gray, A. C.
  • Gray, E. N.
  • Gray, William Fairfax
  • Gray, William Fairfax, II
  • Sears, Alice G.
  • Sears, C. W.
Gray, Mrs. Milly R.
List of variations between a copy of the diary of Milly R. Gray as copied for Vandale by Dr. E.N. Gray and the copy from which he made his copy
Diary of Mrs. Milly R. Gray, typed, 197 pp., E. N. Gray Papers
Gray, William Fairfax
Copies of public papers of the Republic of Texas: 1) Report on the African slave trade, made to the Convention of Texas, March 1836, by Rhoades Fisher, chairman of the committee. 2) Treaty made by the Provisional Government of Texas with the Cherokee Indians and their associated bands on the 23rd day of February, 1836
Genealogy - photostat of proclamation appointing William F. Gray District Deputy Grand Master - Masonic District No. 6; Order of proceedings in honor of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, including William F. Gray's participation
Gray's copy of the Texas Declaration of Independence, March 2, 1836
Diaries of, 1836-1837
Original invitation to attend a ball at Nacogdoches, Texas, February 4, 1836
Photograph of
4 3/4 × 7 5/16 inches
Photostat of the notice of the Texas Philosophical Society meeting, Austin, January 29, 1840, with letter of transmittal by Winnie Allen, November 9, 1936
Gray, William Fairfax
see also Asbury, Dr. Samuel E.
Gray, William Fairfax, II
Echoes
From Dawn to Dusk, in two parts: Childhood-youth-old age, sunset-twilight-night
Gray and Stone family record
E.N. Gray Papers
The descendants of William Fairfax Gray and Milly Richards Stone
Dixie, a canary bird
A few notes of events in the life of Edwin Fairfax Gray
Genealogy, with numerous papers
How to tell the day of the week
Thoughts, poetry
A three century calendar, mss.
Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Time, a Columbian calendar, mss.
Weather Wisdom
Station list of the Southern Pacific Railroad
Green, Fannie M.
see Panhandle Pioneers
Green, Miss Lou E.
History of the Texline Methodist Church
Photograph of early Texline Methodist Church
Green, Thomas J.
Brigadier General of the Army of Texas, "Texas Official!!" broadside announcing the victory at San Jacinto, printed at New Orleans, Friday, May 13, 1836, the first printed announcement of the Battle of San Jacinto
Grimes, Mrs. J. H.
Memoirs of Armstrong County, mss.
2 pp.
Grimes, J. H. Family
see Hogg, Walter C.
Grinnan, Laura V.
"The Texas Flag" (poem)
Grover, George W.
Minutes of adventure from June, 1841, an account of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition
95 pp.
Gurley, E. J.
Rejoinder, [1859?] concerning J. L. L. McCall, a district attorney, and the prosecution of Peter Garland and others for the "killing of friendly Caddoes"
Gurule, Handra
Autobiographical interview, Channing, Texas, January, 1941
Haiduk, Regina
History of the White Deer Polish Settlement, mss.
Hale County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Hale, Winnie Davis
Chronology of the Panhandle of Texas, mss.
Hale, Winnie Davis
see
  • Collins, Eugene Stout
  • Howard, J. D.
  • Romero, J. R.
  • Sherman County, Texas
  • Wright, Mrs. M. B.
Haley, J. Evetts
Dave R. McCormick, San Antonio, Texas, March 2, 1935
Early ranchmen of the Canadian Country, mss.
59 pp.
Frank Lloyd, June 12, 1935, and June 13, 1935
Fred Albert Scott, to Brockman Horne, Canyon, Texas, June 11, 1935
H. Frank Mitchell, Amarillo, Texas, June 10, 1935
J.W. White, concerning Major George W. Littlefield, Mason, Texas, mss., October 18, 1935
Judge H.E. Hoover, Amarillo, Texas, June 7, 1935, mss.
Life of Jeff D. Milton, preliminary first draft of the first chapter
Life of Jim East
The Matador Ranch, mss.
Mose Hayes, Ranching in the eastern Panhandle, San Antonio, May 3, 1930, mss.
5 pp.
Letter from J. Evetts Haley to Earl Vandale concerning Mose Hayes interviews, August 26, 1935
R.A. "Bob" Haley, June 6, 1935, and June 8, 1935
Saunders and Couch and George Isaacs trouble, mss.
2 pp.
Letter to Earl Vandale concerning photographs related to And I went about my Business
Haley, J. Evetts, Harvey Chesley, and H. Bugbee
And I Went on about my Business interview with Jeff D. Milton, December, 1938
Photographs related to the manuscript And I Went about my Business:
  • Ajo, Arizona
  • A Papago village in the desert
  • Jeff Milton and a wayfaring Papago
  • Jeff Milton and Judge Chuiroz(?) at Sonoyta, Sonora, Mexico
  • Earl Fallis, of the Border Patrol, and Jeff Milton, of the desert
  • The Big Ajos, Montezuma's Head
  • Ajo copper mines
  • A Papago church
  • Howard Anderson and Hervey Chesley trying out some of my sourdough
  • Jeff Milton and Pete Brady
  • Hervey Chesley in the Malpais, near Ajo, Arizona
Haley, J. Evetts
see also
  • Brainerd, Ed
  • Chesley, Hervey
  • Cook, George
  • Ikard, W. S.
  • Ingerton, Harry
  • Knowles, Judge Joe H.
  • Lard, Dave
  • MacKenzie, Murdo
  • Meadows, John
  • Milton, Jeff D.
  • Mitchell, H. Frank
  • Mooar, J. Wright
  • Moore, J. Ealy
  • Mossman, Colonel
  • Siringo, Charles A.
  • Southwood, Judge J. E.
  • Todd, Mrs. W. J.
  • Turner, Avery
  • Walker, C. W., W. W., and W. D.
  • Williams, O. W.
Hall, Claude Vaden
The early history of Floyd County, Texas
Hall, Colonel Warren
see McKinney, Thomas F.
Hall, Judge W. R.
Prairie dog lawyers, mss.
Hall County, Texas
Original manuscripts concerning, purchased from Mrs. Inez Baker
From original manuscripts concerning, purchased from Mrs. Inez Baker
Hall County Herald fragments March 28, 1896
Hall County Herald February 13, 1897
Hall County Herald fragments from 1 page 1896
Hall County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Hall, Mrs. Nathan
The Cross L Hall brothers
Hamilton County, Texas
Notes as told by early settlers to Felix Williams and Hervey Chesley
Hamilton County, Texas
see also Chesley, Hervey
Hamner, Laura V.
About pioneer Panhandle editors, articles appearing in The Southwest Plainsman and Panhandle Weekly, Saturday, May 3, 1919, and Saturday, May 17, 1919
A day of days on the Goodnight Ranch; notes with Walter McLaren about the Charles Goodnight family
The dreams of two westerners
Free grass
(2 copies)
History of Lipscomb County, series of six newspaper articles
History of the early Panhandle ranches, a foreword, LIT, The Matador, Frying Pan, LS, Bar CC, Turkey-Track, LX, LE
How Charles Goodnight took Roundance, article in The Cattleman, Vol. 9, No. 3, August 19, 1922
Interviews taken on a visit to the Pitchfork Ranch, mss.
M. McLoughlin, artist and bootmaker
Notes from an interview with Jess Jenkins, Corona, New Mexico, September 11, 1936
Notes made in preparing articles on early Panhandle newspapers
Notes on Armstrong County, Texas, Records of the District Court, Vol. I, March 31, 1890
Notes on early days of the Panhandle of Texas, taken from interviews with Ed M. Dean, Clem Johnson, Tom Jamison, and Allen Bennett at XIT reunion, Dalhart, Texas, August 9, 1937
Notes on Judge Frank Willis' triumphal return from Austin and the impeachment proceedings against him there, included with a letter from T. D. Hobart
Notes on the T - Anchor Ranch
Personal interviews in the Midland area, originals, mss.
Personal letters and postcards to, from various parties, and two early playbills from Alvord, Texas
7" × 11" photograph of children and adults at River Road School
Personal letters to, notes on LIT and LX Ranches and the Pitcher Creek Graveyard
Salt trough philosophy
Sketch Material of the life of Hanna (Anna [sic.]) Hibbets (Hebbets [sic.]), later Mrs. John F. Shaughnessey (Shaunessey [sic.]), of Armstrong County
Some short grass brands that Will Rogers knew
Unlisted letters to
Visit to the Hip O Ranch, property of Jess Jenkins
Western gun and western law got them; story of D.I. and Colquitt Davis, boys of Amarillo, Texas, petty criminals recently changed into automobile thieves and holdup men... (1930s) mss.
21 pp.
18 photographs relating to Western Gun and Western Law Got Them...
Hamner, Laura V.
see also
  • Arrington, Captain G. W.
  • Austen, Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Barbed Wire
  • Elm Creek Raid
  • Goodnight, Charles
  • Howe, Arthur N. and Maud A.
  • Jenkins, Jess
  • Pigman, J. W.
  • Soash, W.P.
Hamner, Laura V. and Annie Teague
Interviews on Old Tascosa made on February 13, 1941
Hampton, Alex
Marshall and Harrison Counties, Texas
Hansford County, Texas
Petition of, to the Honorable J. W. Crudgington, State Legislature of 1916, to restore civil and criminal jurisdiction to the County Court
Sappington, Cumpton, et al, petition to the State Banking Commission of Austin, Texas, to establish a bank at Hansford, Hansford County, Texas, March 16, 1917
Hansford County, Texas
see also
  • Land, Arthur
  • Overton, Rhonda Tower
Hardeman County, Texas
History of public schools of Hardeman County, Texas (typed, author unknown)
Hargrave, Annie Polly
Questionnaire, early history and personal memoirs of, Hemphill County
Harkey, Dee
Interview with Harkey about Mr. Martin M'Rose
Harris County, Texas
see Thompson, A. P.
Harris County Historical Society
Draft of articles of incorporation, 1939
Harrison, Jonas
see Asbury, Dr. Samuel E.
Harrison County, Texas
see Hampton, Alex
Hartley County, Texas
see
  • Collins, Eugene Stout
  • W.P.A. Counties, Dallam
Hartley, Texas
see Vandale, Earl
Haskell County, Texas
see Sherrill, R. E.
Haynes, Emma
The history of Polk County, Texas
Hays, Mrs.
Memoirs of, interview with Rhoda Overton, Hansford County, November 15, 1940, mss.
Hays, Mose
Cattle stealing in the Panhandle, San Antonio, November 8, 1931, mss.
2 pp.
Concerning Hank Cresswell and John W. Iliff, San Antonio, November 8, 1931, mss.
2 pp.
Interview, Texas trail drives to Nevada, San Antonio, November 8, 1931, mss.
7 pp.
Hays, Mose
see also Haley, J. Evetts
Hays County, Texas
One fifty cent certificate, No. 1115, issued at San Marcos, September 1, 1862
Hemphill County, Texas
see
  • Hargrave, Annie Polly
  • Riley, Glyndon M.
Henderson, Mary
The history of Borger, Texas, mss.
Herman, George H.
see Gray, E. N.
Herrington, Elijah Deaver
Old Indian fighter, interview, December 15, 1939
Hibbets, Hanna
see Hamner, Laura V.
Hickman, Kentucky
The Semi-Weekly Argus, May 29, 1857
Hill, Robert T.
Bibliography of the writings of
Hinkle, T. B.
Letterpress, Scott and McReynolds and M. T. Jones & Co., January 1, 1888 to April 30, 1889
Hinson, Albert
Forty-four years in Amarillo, interview with Charles Crudgington
Hinton, Virda E.
The Mexican problem on the South Plains
Hip O Ranch
see
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Lowndes, Charles J. E.
  • McClure, Charles Boone
Hockley County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Hodges, F. S.
Texas and Pacific Railway Company. Report of the preliminary surveys between Fort Worth and 100 Meridian, February 28, 1873, mss.
Hoffar, Lieutenant John
Journal of Company C, Front Battalion, listing owners of land, records of deeds to land and personal expenses up to March 14, 1886, Armstrong and Dallam Counties, September 1, 1882
Hogg, Walter C.
Sketches of Armstrong County, Texas, pioneers; John P. Reck, J. H. Grimes Family, I. J. M. Stevens, and others
The Dunn Outlaw (capturing a wild Longhorn steer)
Pioneers and a history of Armstrong County
Romance and a pioneer spirit of 1875
Hoover, Judge H. E.
see Haley, J. Evetts
Hoover, Mrs. H. E.
Reminiscences of frontier days
Hopkins, Mrs. W. H.
Recollections of, around Mobeetie and the Eastern Panhandle of Texas
Supplement to the notes to an interview with
Hord, Nath
The TH Ranch in New Mexico
Horner, J. M.
Letter to J. M. Holmsley (ca. 1870s)
Horton, A. C.
Contract made with William E. Jones, Esq., as attorney of and for settlers of the Horton League of Land in a suit brought against them by M. Hamilton, April 14, 1953
Statement of amounts due by Hortentown settlers
Houston, Sam
Broadside, to the people of Texas, declares against secession and states he will not join any movement to secede from the Union, March 16, 1861, Austin, Texas. WF 206
Letter to Col. Joseph Ellis, undated
Note to C. B. Stewart, San Felipe, Washington, December 30, 1835
Original draft of his inaugural address delivered October 22, 1836, all in his own handwriting. (Houston had only two hours in which to prepare this address and the interlineation and erasures show the stress he was under.)
Proclamation of Sam Houston, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of Texas, dated Head Quarters, Washington, Texas, December 12, 1835, calling for volunteers. Streeter 86
Title bond dated: "Camp west of the Brazos, April 3, 1836" agreeing to deed to Lewis C. Ferguson, engineer and officer of the steamboat "Yellowstone," a league of Houston's land if Ferguson would ferry the Texas troops across the Brazos
Houston, Sam
see also
  • Gray, Edwin Fairfax
  • New Braunfels Meeting
  • Republic of Texas
  • Smith, Henry
  • Texas, Supreme Court
  • Railroad. Transcontinental
Houston, Temple
An eloquent plea in district court
Houston, Temple
see also Weaver, Claude
Houston Telegraph
see Gray, A.C.
Houston, Texas
One fifty cent, one twenty-five cent, and one ten cent fractional currency bills, 1865
Original certificates of indebtedness in the sum of one dollar, February 1, 1868
W.H. Elliot, Druggist, coupon good for ten cents, December 31, 1862
Houston Daily Telegraph, April 16, 1874
Houston Daily Telegraph, November 28, 1875, December 12, 1875, October 22, 1880
The People's Advocate, September 28, 1878
Houston, Texas
see also
  • Dorn, Andrew J.
  • Gray, A. C.
  • Gray, E. N.
  • Reagan, John H.
Houston Texas Male and Female Academy
Announcement of opening term, August 11, 1862
Autobiographical interview with Winnie Davis Hale, Dalhart, Texas, February, 1941
Howard County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Howe, Arthur N. and Maud A.
Interviews and letters to Laura V. Hamner
Howe, Judge W. D.
Interview concerning Jeff Milton, El Paso, December 20, 1939
Howell, Mrs. Dave
Interview with Mrs. Howell and M. L. "Mike" Liles, at Kenna, New Mexico, August 4, 1937
Hoyle, Stephen A. and Peter Gallagher
Original manuscript journal of the Santa Fe Expedition, written in the prison of Perote
Hoyt, Henry F.
Interview re: Old Tascosa, Long Beach, California, March 2, 1926
Huddleston, E. J.
see Panhandle Pioneers
Hudson, Mrs. J. R.
History of the M. E. Church South, Dalhart, Dallam County, Texas
Hudson, W. F.
The Hall Brothers of the Cross L Ranch, interview, Richland Springs, Texas, June 8, 1932
Hufford, Charles H.
The social and economic effects of the Mexican migration into Texas
Hughes, J. E.
see Crudgington, Charles
Hunt, Herschel H.
see Austin, Stephen F.
Hunter, John Warren
see Gray, A. C.
Hutchinson County, Texas
see Selby, Robert Agee
Ikard, W. S.
The Ikard family in Texas, to J. Evetts Haley
Iliff, John W.
see Hays, Mose
Indian captivities
see
  • Bell, Mrs. J. D.
  • Wilson, Mrs. Jane Adaline
Indians
see
  • Collinson, Frank
  • Freemon, Bill
  • Williams, O. W.
Indians, conflicts with and defenses against
see
  • Chesley, Hervey
  • Elm Creek Indian Raid
  • Forrester, Mrs. John
  • Gerdes, Bruce
  • Herrington, Elijah Deaver
Indians - Government relations
see
  • Republic of Texas
  • Smith, Henry
Indian Territory
see Anshutz, Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Indias, General Files of the
Sevilla, Audiencia de Mexico 61-6-21, excerpts
Ingerton, Harry
Interview with J. Evetts Haley, June 27, 1937
Manuscript of an interview at Amarillo, Texas, June 19, 1937
Ingerton, W. H.
Interview
Ingerton, W. H.
see also Crudgington, Charles
Irwin, John Chadbourne
see Webb, John R.
Irwin, William S.
see Grant, U. S.
Israel, T. C.
The History of Oldham County, Texas
Jackson, Ben
see Dickinson, A. O.
Jackson, Mrs. B. J.
Interview, memoirs of, Ochiltree County
Jackson County, Texas
Two dollar Treasury Warrant, issued at Texana, 1862
Jacobs, John C.
Interview re: scouts around Fort Griffin, San Antonio, February 27, 1932
James, John G.
see Smith, Ashbel
James, W. S.
Photostats of correspondence with J. Frank Dobie
Jameson, John
Recollections of early Panhandle Days
Jamison, Tom
see Hamner, Laura V.
Janes, Bill
The story of, by Mary A. Stall
JA Ranch
see Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
Jarrett, Billie (Billy Jarret)
Autobiographical interview with Elizabeth Hilgenberg, Dalhart, Texas, February 1941
Jarrett, Billie
Dalhart notes
Jenkins, Jess
Interviews with Laura V. Hamner, November 11, 1940, and January 3, 1941
Interview with J. B. Jenkins, Floydada, Texas
Interview, September 16, 1937, Dalhart, Texas
Jenkins, Jess
see also Hamner, Laura V.
Jingle Bob Ranch
see Potter, Colonel Jack
Johnson, Clem
see Hamner, Laura V.
Johnston, Albert Sidney
Head of the Army of Texas grants a 30 day furlough to Dr. J. B. P., January; October 14, 1836
Jones, Dr. Anson
Itemized bill of medical service rendered David McCormick from April 4, 1835 to January 10, 1836
President of the Republic of Texas, Grant to Dickerson Parker, one labor, in Houston County, Texas, February 24, 1845
Kahlbau, Edna J.
"Comanchero," series of three newspaper articles about the Comancheros, October 19, 26, and November 7, 1941
Kansas, Dodge City
Postcards of Boot hill, Cowboy statue, and Longhorn statue
Kelley, Edward J.
Story of James G. Wolf
Kemp, Maury
Interview, December 20, 1938, El Paso
Kerr, Hal
Interview concerning old Colonel Kosteritski
Kesterson, Thomas J. (Steve)
Notes about, dated April 1939, b. April 4, 1869, by Mrs. D. C. Dodge
Ketchum, Black Jack
see
  • McCarty, John
  • Thompson, Albert W.
Key, Dess
Lists of manuscripts copied
Keystone Mills Company vs. Unknown Heirs of A. J. Davis, et al
In the District Court of Montgomery County, Texas, April Term A.D. 1934, Exhibit Book of letters and documents, Vol. III, of statement of facts, original
In the Court of Civil Appeals, for the Ninth Supreme Judicial District of the State of Texas at Beaumont, the Heirs of John Bricker v. Keystone Mills Co.
Killion, E. V.
Reminiscences of early days around old Fort Belknap
Kimball, Miss Sarah J.
Letter of Cousin John, teacher at Marshall University, Marshall, Texas, to his cousin Miss Laura J. Kimball, Lowell Massachusetts, May 1, 1855, mss.
King, Frank M.
I rode the plains
King, Frank
see also Chesley, Hervey
King, W. H., Adjutant General of the State of Texas
Original papers of, 1886
Kirkman, Mrs. Annie E.
Some first families in Amarillo
Klapp, John Felix
Early history and personal memoirs. Ochiltree County
Klasner, Mrs. L. C.
The Casey family, interview, Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 4, 1933
Two chapters from the manuscript of her unpublished "History of Lincoln County, New Mexico," one on Bob Olinger, slain by Billy the Kid, and one on Ash Upson, "Rolling Stone of the West," and purported ghost writer of Pat Garrett's "Life of Billy the Kid"
Knowles, Judge Joe H.
Interview at Midland, Texas, June 15, 1935
Knox, John H.
Fundamentalist (poem)
Kosteritski, Colonel
see
  • Kerr, Hal
  • Saxon, Harry
Labor relations
see Cowboy Strike
La Grange, Texas
La Grange Journal, newspaper, May 25, 1882
Lamar, I. J.
Interview
Lamar, Juan Papers
Juan Lamar letters in the Dientz Papers and Juan Lamar references in the M. B. Lamar Papers, 1851-1852
Lamar, Mirabeau B.
see Moore, John H.
Lamb County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Land, Arthur
Interview, memoirs of, formerly of Hansford County
Landa, J.
Circular addressed to the citizens of New Braunfels, Texas, re: the G. H. Sherwood matter, May 25, 1855
Landis, Judge Charles G.
Forty-seven years in Potter County, edited by Charles Crudgington
Lard, Dave
Interview, Miami-Parnell Courthouse fight, Dirty Cook, Rube Hutton's bravery; June 26, 1937
Notes about the Panhandle in the early days. Hot Springs, New Mexico
Laurel Leaf Ranch
see Cosmo "Scotty" Falconer
Law enforcement
see
  • Arnot, John
  • Buckingham, Frank E.
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • McCarty, John
  • McGee, Tom T.
  • McKinney, Joe
  • Siringo, Charles A.
Leonard, J. J.
Brand books (two)
LE Ranch
see Hamner, Laura V.
Leverton, George
Reminiscences of
Libraries and archives
Man on a ladder in a library, watercolor print
Libraries and archives
see also
  • McKinney, B. A.
  • Wharton, Clarence R.
Liles, M. L. "Mike"
Interview with M. L. Liles and Mrs. Dave Howell at Kenna, New Mexico, August 4, 1937
Lipscomb County, Texas
Data; letters to C. A. Dickinson
Historical notes on
Lipscomb County, Texas
see also Hamner, Laura V.
LIT Ranch
see
  • Hamner, Laura v.
  • White, J. Phelps
Littlefield, George W.
see
  • Haley, J. Evetts
  • White, J. Phelps
Littlefield Ranch
see Collinson, Frank
Llano County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Llano Estacado (region)
see
  • Butts, J. C.
  • Garrett, G. M.
  • Hinton, Virda E.
  • McGee, H. T.
Lloyd, Frank
see Haley, J. Evetts
Long, S. H.
Journal of S. H. Long's expedition on the Canadian River in 1819
Loundes, Loulinda Dean (daughter of J.R. Dean)
Handwritten account of settling in the Texas panhandle in 1889
Lowndes, Charles J. E.
Letter in regard to "Horseless Carriage," a ship that sailed the plains, about 1886 or 1887
History of the T Anchor Ranch
2 copies
Lowndes, Mrs. C. J. E.
Interview with, on early Amarillo, May 22, 1940
Lowray, Lewis
see Moore, John S.
Loyd, Dr. O. H.
Oldham County, Texas; An authentic historical brief of Old Tascosa and Oldham County
Loyd, O. H.
Oldham County reminiscences
Loyd, Dr. O. H.
Oldham County, Texas; An authentic historical brief of Old Tascosa and Oldham County
Loyd, O. H.
Oldham County reminiscences
LS Ranch
see
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Tascosa, Texas
Lubbock, Texas
see
  • Rush, George P.
  • W.P.A. Counties
Luttrell, Mrs. C. M.
Addition to the notes from
Luttrell, Mrs. C. M. and Arthur
Recollections of, in the early days of Amarillo and Claude, September 14, 1938
LX Ranch
see Hamner, Laura V.
Lynn County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
McCaleb, Sue Menard
Sidney Sherman
McCarthy, D. F.
Copies of letters to Judge O. W. Williams
McCarty, John
Cactus, sage and loco, Black Jack Ketchum article
50th anniversary of Amarillo, 1936
Chapter three of a manuscript dealing with the sheep industry in New Mexico
Miscellaneous notes on Tascosa. Letter from Lucius Dills to John McCarty, December 10, 1942, about the assassination of W.H. McCuller, deputy sheriff; letter from Henry I. Hoyt to Mr. Dunn, November 27, 1922
Panhandle Fighting Men Enshrine a Hope of Tomorrow, list of the dead in the Pacific (1942)
McCarty, John L.
Some aspects of the farm problem, with special reference to the Panhandle area of Texas, 1941-1942
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, UT Austin
October 25, 1997
see Haley, J. Evetts
McCormick, David
see Jones, Dr. Anson
McCoy, Alex W., III
Ode to the land man, poem
McCuller, W. H.
see
  • McCarty, John
  • Tascosa, Texas
McCulloch County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
McCullough, John
see McCullough, William Wallace, Jr.
McCullough, William Wallace, Jr.
John McCullough, grandfather, 1805-1870, pioneer Presbyterian missionary and teacher in the Republic of Texas
Photostates of photographs and other illustrations related to John McCullough, his life and family
(13 items)
McEntire, Luella Harrah
Memoirs of
McGee, H. T.
Some Panhandle and Plains history
McGee, Tom T.
see Crudgington, Charles
McKeever, May Fenn
see Gray, A. C.
MacKenzie, Murdo
A short account of the origin and development of the Matadors, from the files of J. Evetts Haley
MacKenzie, Ranald Slidell
see Gerdes, Bruce
McKinney, B. A.
A catalogue of the books in the library of B. A. McKinney
McKinney, Joe
Interview about being too tender-hearted to be a detective
McKinney, Thomas F.
Broadside from Quintana attacking William H. Wharton, John A. Wharton and Colonel Warren Hall for holding a clandestine election before the date set by committee, for members of the Consultation, 1835. Streeter 73
McLean, George
"Pioneer Vividly Recalls Horrors of Prairie Fires," a newspaper article by McLean, Friona, Texas, October 17, 1941, the legend of the start of the great prairie fire of 1906, a complete typed manuscript of the newspaper text
McLoughlin, M.
see Hamner, Laura V.
McMillen, J. S.
Autobiographical interview about Hartley County
McQueen, Ranch
Memo concerning ranches, early Amarillo railroads, "Ragtown," Amarillo banks
Notes. Amarillo, Texas, mss.
3 pp.
Notes from a conversation with, December, 1938
The ox race, mss.
2 pp.
Maffitt, John Newlin, Reverend
Father-in-law of President Lamar, letter and newspaper clippings
Magnolia, Texas
Steamboat navigation, R.&D.G. Mills, Galveston, to A. McCain, eight bales of cotton, September 5, 1854
Steamboat navigation, Six receipts from W. A. Haygood for cotton
Magnolia Land Department
Photograph of luncheon, Hotel Adolphus, Dallas, Texas, June 30, 1944
Maize, Lucille Elizabeth
Public sentiment in the Panhandle-Plains regions towards separate statehood
Manuscripts, unidentified
"Issue of the San Diego Herald, July 29, 1926"
"State of Kentucky verses H. H. H. H. Yates"
Marion County, Texas
see Dickinson, J. L.
Marshall County, Texas
see Hampton, Alex
Martin County, Texas
see
  • W.P.A. Counties
  • W.P.A. Tours in Martin, Midland and Borden Counties
Mason County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Masons
First move to establish a lodge in Texas, photograph of the letter
Historical Sketch of Fredericksburg Lodge No. 4, Virginia, 1932
The Virginia Masonic Herald, 1938
Matador Ranch
see
  • Haley, J. Evetts
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • MacKenzie, Murdo
Matlock, J. Eugene
The Neutral Ground
Robert Potter
Matthews, Sallie Reynolds
Sheet of original manuscript of her book, "Interwoven," and signed by her
Mauldin, William David
History of Dallam County, Texas
May, Mrs. J. E.
Interview with, formerly Miss Molly Russell, by J. L. M. and Earl Vandale, September 23, 1941
Sketch of, from Tascosa
Meador, Douglas
Interview with Meador and James J. Cooper, Matador, Texas
Meadows, John
Interview with, by J. Evetts Haley, June 13, 1936
Meadows, John P.
Early experiences of John Meadows, Tularosa, mss., 47 pp., with 2 pp. corrections
Interview. Early experiences in Texas. Tularosa, New Mexico, June 24, 1933, mss.
15 pp.
Interview about Billy the Kid, Roswell, New Mexico, February 26, 1931, mss.
33 pp.
M. E. Church South (Dalhart, Texas)
see Hudson, Mrs. J. R.
Medicine, Practice of
see Texas. Republic
Merchant, John D.
Interview by Earl Vandale, at Carlsbad, New Mexico, concerning the first settlement at Amarillo, September 29, 1943
Merchants and stores
see
  • Colville and Coffee
  • Witt and Spikes Store
Meriwether, William H.
Grant of 560 acres in Guadalupe County to, by Governor Bell, June 7, 1850
Merriman, F. H.
Selection of Colonel John Warren as State Senator, Galveston, December 10, 1845
Methodist Church (Texline)
see Green, Miss Lou E.
Mexicans in Texas
see Hufford, Charles H.
Mexican War, 1846-1848
see
  • Dimond, F. M.
  • Smith, Justin H.
Midland, Texas
see Hamner, Laura V.
Midland County, Texas
see
  • W.P.A. Counties
  • W.P.A. Tours in Martin, Midland and Borden Counties
Military posts
see
  • Army rations
  • Texas
Miller, Jim
see Chesley, Hervey
Millet Brothers
History of the Millet Brothers from 1871-1881, by A. P. Black
Mills, Roger Q.
Private and confidential correspondence with A. C. Gray, 1876-1879
Speech delivered in the United States House of Representatives concerning unlimited coinage of silver, published, 1879
Milton, Jeff D.
Interview by J. Evetts Haley. Beginning of Colorado City, Texas, Huachucas territory and early Texas Rangers, Fort Griffin and Fort Davis, June 30, 1937, mss., typed
52 pp.
Milton, Jeff D.
see
  • Chesley, Hervey
  • Haley, J. Evetts
  • Howe, Judge W. D.
Minter, J. W.
see Panhandle Pioneers
Missouri River
see Vestal, Stanley
Mitchell, H. Frank
Interview by J. Evetts Haley, Amarillo, August 17, 1930, mss.
5 pp.
Mitchell, H. Frank
see also Haley, J. Evetts
Mitchell, S. Alfred
see Alexander, Charles W.
Mobeetie, Texas
see Hopkins, Mrs. W. H.
Money
United States Currency, 6 fifty cent and 1 twenty-five cent fractional currency
Money
see also
  • Hays County, Texas
  • Houston, Texas
  • Walker County, Texas
Montgomery, George A.
Letter from the first postmaster of Mobeetie, mss.
Montgomery, J. C.
see Panhandle Pioneers
Mooar, J. Wright
"Buffalo Days," the chronicle of an old buffalo hunter, Reverend James Winford Hunt, editor, articles in Holland's Magazine for January, February, March, April, May, July, August, and September, 1933
Interview by J. Evetts Haley, April 11, 12, 13, 1936, typed
155 pp.
Interview by J. Evetts Haley, at Snyder, Texas, July 28, 1937, typed
153 pp.
Interview by Earl Vandale, J. Evetts Haley, and Harvey Chesley at Snyder, Texas, March 2, 3, 4, 1939, mss.
145 pp.
Manuscript of the living conditions in Texas, 1870-1880, mss.
3 pp.
Moore, J. Ealy
A log of the Montana trail, edited by J. Evetts Haley, 1932.
(Reprint from Panhandle Historical Review).
Copy of an explanatory note from Moore's diary given to the University of Texas, mss.
9 pp.
Interview at Dalhart, Texas, August 10, 1937, mss.
2 pp.
Moore, John A.
Letter to O. W. Williams about a prospecting trip in the Treshermanar Mountains, January 9, 1925, typed, mss.
2 pp.
Moore, John H.
Papers and notes of 1831-1838; 1840-1855
Papers and notes of 1856-1860; 1862-1866; 1869-1881
Townsend correspondence, concerning missing Moore Document; clippings; sketch of Moore, papers; notes of Mrs. L. Weyend for thesis on Fayette County
Photographs of John H. Moore, Mrs. Elli Moore Townsend, and Dr. E.G. Townsend
Letter dated August 31, 1839, to Colonel John H. Moore from Mirabeau B. Lamar
Field notes and plat of William Caruthers, surveyor, dated August 7, 1846, dividing John H. Moore's half league on Cedar Creek into seven tracts
Moore, John S.
Bill of sale to Lewis Lowray, for town lots in Brazoria and personal property, October 15, 1832
Morris, Sam
Sidelights re: cowboys, mss.
14 pp.
Mossman, Capt.
Cowboy Romance anecdote told to J. Evetts Haley
Mossman, Captain Burt C.
Interview with Mossman about Colonel Philip Mothersill, Bar N manager
Mothersill, Colonel Phillip
see Mossman, Captain Burt C.
Motley County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
M'Rose, Martin
see Harkey, Dee
Mulvaney
Photograph of Mulvaney's painting "The Preliminary Trial of an Outlaw" (New York 1876) a court scene on the American frontier
National Council Union League of America
Broadside - statement of purpose, 1870
Neff, Ira "Boss"
Diary, 1939, mss.
Galley proofs of Boss Neff's diary as it ran in the Amarillo News, September, 1941
New Braunfels, Texas
City ordinances passed by the city council, New Braunfels, May 24, 1852
50th Anniversary, 1895, Programm zur Teier des 50 Jahrigen Jubliaums der Stadt Neu Braunfels, am 12 und 13 Mai, 1895
Program, 75th Anniversary of, printed handbill of program in English and German, mss., May 27, 1920
Programm der fünfzigjährigen Jubelfeier des Deutsch - Texanischen Sängerbundes, zu Neu-Braunfels, am Sonntag, den 4. October, 1903
Statement of the company founding the German Zeitung in New Braunfels
Texas schools. Original, in German, of the Constitution for Government of the German and American Union School of the city of New Braunfels. An accompanying copy in English, 1850
New Braunfels, Texas
see also
  • Coreth, F.
  • de Zavala, Adina
  • Ferguson and Brother
  • Landa, J.
  • Pfeil, William J.
  • Pfeuffer, S. V.
New Braunfels Meeting
Minutes of a meeting held for the purpose of inviting General Sam Houston and Senator Rusk to New Braunfels. Also an Eintrittskarte to a ball in their honor, November 6, 1853
Newcomb, James
Broadside appealing for votes to be elected Mayor of San Antonio
Newcomb, James P.
Oration delivered at Boerne, Texas, July 4, 1883. Boerne Advance Supplement.
New Hampshire
Legislative resolution against admission of Texas, 1846, 29th Congress, 2nd Session, House Document No. 23
New Hope Baptist Church
Program - Mortgage Burning Day, 1945
New Mexico
see
  • Arnot, John
  • McCarty, John
New Mexico Campaign
see Connelly, Henry
New Mexico, Chames County
see Dills, Judge Lucius
New Mexico, Grant County
see Williams, O. W.
New Mexico, Lincoln County
see
  • Klasner, Mrs. L. C.
  • Owens, W. R. "Jake"
New Mexico, San Juan County
5″×7″ glossy photograph of the "Shiprock," T. M. Caldwell, photographer, 1940
New Mexico, San Miguel County
Conchas Dam and Reservoir description, 1936
New Orleans, Battle of
see Bowen, R. D.
Newspapers
Listing of early Texas newspapers
Newspapers
see also
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • Gray, A. C.
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Vaughan, Voyle
Nobles, H. A.
Amarillo in the nineties
Nobles, M. C.
Amarillo's Street Railway
Business pioneering - as told to Charles Crudgington
Nocona
see Gholson, Benjamin
Nolan Oil & Gas Co.
Stock certificate, Charleston, W. Virginia, 1915
Nunn, Mrs. G. J.
see Panhandle Pioneers
Nurses and nursing
see Gray, E. N.
Oakes, J. M.
Where Amarillo's courts have been held
Ochiltree Consolidated Townsite Co.
Certified copy of the Corporation Charter, articles of incorporation, record of minutes
Ochiltree County, Texas
see
  • Cutter, George W.
  • Ellis, B. S.
  • Jackson, Mrs. B. J.
  • Klapp, John Felix
O'Daniel, Governor Lee
see Thompson, Ernest O.
Oden, Bill Arp
Early Cowboy days in New Mexico and Texas Reminiscences
Oil and gas
Oil companies protest against Texas Attorney General Allred's lawsuit against oil companies in Texas, 1932.
Oil and gas
see also
  • Francis, Charles I.
  • Nolan Oil and Gas Company
  • Vandale, Earl
  • Williams, Waldo
Oklahoma - History - Land Rush, 1889
see Crudgington, Charles
Oldham, Blanche
History and geography of Anderson County, Texas
Oldham County, Texas
Proceedings of the District Court, 1881-1887
Organization of, untitled
Commissioners Court Minutes, 1881-1907
Oldham County, Texas
see also
  • Armstrong, Marion
  • Israel, T. C.
  • Loyd, O. H.
  • Tascosa, Texas
  • Vandale, Earl
Oldham, R. G.
Autobiographical interview, Randall County
Olinger, Bob
see Klasner, Mrs. L. C.
Overton, Rhoda Tower
Happy Jack School House, Hansford County, Texas
Owens, W. R. "Jake"
Interview, about Lincoln County War, Clay Allison, etc. June 24, 1937
Palo Pinto County, Texas
see
  • Veale, Fannie, Davis
  • Veale, Judge William
Pampa, Texas
Delinquent taxes, broadside, 1925
Panhandle Notes
Stories told at an historical banquet, by Mrs. Lite Knight, Judge Hoover, Mrs. Harvey Cash, Dr. Guy Owens, Bishop Seaman, April 1938
Panhandle Notes
see also
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • Dills, Lucious
Panhandle Old Settlers Association
List of members with their ages and addresses in 1937
24 typed pages
Panhandle Pioneers
Interviews, with Johnny Chambers, Judge J. J. Fires, W. M. Graham, Fannie M. Green, E. J. Huddleston, J. W. Minter, J. C. Montgomery, Mrs. G. J. Nunn, Mrs. Webb
Interviews by Claudie Harris and Mrs. C. May Cohea. Stories of pioneer days. (District #16)
Interview with Mr. E. J. Huddleston of Estelline, and Mrs. Webb, Mill Iron Ranch, Estelline, Texas
Interviews with J. R. Jenkins, Dalhart, September 16, 1937, and Major W. H. Ingerton
Panhandle Pioneers
see also
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Potter County, Texas
Panhandle - Plains Chamber of Commerce
Letter from, Amarillo, Texas, December 15, 1920
Panhandle (region)
Place names along the Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad
Amarillo Sunday News-Globe, June 16, 1940, Vacation Section, the Panhandle as a vacation spot
Panhandle (region)
see also
  • Alsup, Frances McNeill
  • Armstrong, Marion
  • Arnot, John
  • Bullis, Pat
  • Conlyn, R. H.
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • Dickinson, C. A.
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Gard, Al
  • Goodnight, Charles
  • Gough, Judge L.
  • Hale, Winnie Davis
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Hopkins, Mrs. W. H.
  • Jameson, John
  • Lard, Dave
  • McCarty, John L.
  • McGee, H. T.
  • McLean, George
  • Maize, Lucille Elizabeth
  • W. P. A. Counties
  • W. P. A. Panhandle Historical Workers' Banquet
  • Williams, O. W.
Panhandle Publications Index
Panhandle Royalty Owners
Volumn I, No. 1, June 1939
Parker, Dickerson
see Jones, Dr. Anson
Parker, Harry
My autobiography, holograph and typed copy
Parker County, Texas
see Cottrell, Reverend M. G.
Parmalee, Richard
Dossier and binder
Parmer County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Parsons, William H.
Broadside, announcing his forthcoming book, "Negro Slavery, Its Past, Present, and Future," Waco, Texas, ca. 1859. W 1197
(2 photostats only)
Patman, Alice
Letter to her cousin, Walter, about Charles Goodnight, October 28, 1938
Patrick, W. H.
Personal sketches
Pease, Governor E. M.
Broadside calling for a special election to fill certain vacancies in state offices and to vote on a new liquor law, August 7, 1854
Peet, William H.
Early history and personal memoirs (Hemphill County)
Perkins, William Coy
A history of Wheeler County, Texas
Perry, Hally Bryan
Family Notes by Request, edited by Winnie Allen
2 copies
Petree, Adolph
see Chesley, Hervey
Pfeil, William J.
New Braunfels not dead in spite of drought (real estate advertisement)
Pfeuffer, S. V.
Notes for Geschichte der Deutschen in Texas
Notes on early German settlers of Comal County, Texas
Notes on history and description of New Braunfels, Texas, mss.
Poem, Traugewalten
Pfeuffer Library
A. N. Dauchey et al vs. James Ferguson et al
Form of civil marriage ceremony
Photographs, unidentified
Unidentified photoprint of country road, ca. 1900
Albumen portrait of an unidentified man
Photograph of unidentified ruins
Three photo negatives of unidentified scenes, possibly Europe
Pigman, J. W.
Autobiographical interview with Laura V. Hamner, Dallam County, June 9, 1936
Pitchfork Land and Cattle Company
Typed copy of original minutes of the meetings of the directors of the Pitchfork Land and Cattle Company
Pitchfork Ranch
see Hamner, Laura V.
Plemons, Bluford H.
I was a cab driver
Poe, John W.
Letter to Charles Goodnight, describing the killing of Billy the Kid, typed, July 10, 1917
Polk County, Texas
see Haynes, Emma
Pollard, J. T.
Life of, typed mss. and part of original mss., and other papers
Photograph of J.T. Pollard and his wife
(14 copies)
Potter, Colonel Jack
Billy the Kid rides again
The fall of the Jingle-Bob Empire: a sad Christmas on the Jingle-Bob Ranch. Letter to Vandale, September 27, 1946. Jingle-Bob miscellany
Letter to Earl Vandale, with enclosure of a picture of Jack Potter, Amarillo, Texas, October 3, 1945
Stories of early No-Man's Land, including Leaving the Pecos, Before Law Came, When Law Came, Tragic Ending of the Career of Pat Garrett
John Chisum Jingle-Bob brand, Fall of the Jingle-Bob Empire, Geronimo, Andrew Jackson Potter after 1883, Tom Emery, Career of Charley McCarty, Frank Stewart, Charley Siringo, Letters (1/14/1947 and 2/22/1947)
Potter, Robert
Biographical notes: Bob Potter, Texas Firebrand, by Ed Killman; Lew W. Kemp's Notes on Robert Potter; The History of Harriet A. Ames, by Harriet A. Ames
Potter, Robert
see also Matlock, J. Eugene
Potter County, Texas
Ledger with deed records, June 1893, to January 1922
Original invitation to a ball given at the opening of the first Court House in "Old Town," Amarillo, Friday, March 29, 1889
First courthouse. Sketches of those on the different committees at the dedication ball
Notes taken from the notebooks of the first county school superintendent, beginning September 1922
Panhandle pioneers and pioneer life in; Interviews with Panhandle pioneers; education; tall tales from cow camps; letter from Frank Collinson; miscellaneous information
H.J. Mooney interview about Amarillo
B. Sneed - notes on the killing of Col. A. G. Boyce
Final Geology report of Potter County, 1917, by Wm. J. Millard
Amarillo Coffee Shop - Broadside
Bond for title establishing depot of the Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Co. in Amarillo, 1887 - typed copy
Recommendations of the Potter County Nonpartisan Political Conference, no date
Potter County, Texas
see also
  • Arnot, John Arnot
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Landis, Judge Charles G.
  • Shearer, Ernest Charles
  • W.P.A. Counties, Panhandle Area
Potter County Taxpayers' Association
Bulletin issued October 21, 1940, and notice issued October 30, 1941, by W. H. Brymer, President, and W. B. Stubbs, Executive Secretary
Prairie Cattle Company
see Arnot, John
Presbyterian Church
see McCullough, William Wallace, Jr.
Presbyterian Church (Amarillo)
see Crudgington, Charles
Prince, Lillian vs. H. C. Prince
114th District Court, Hutchinson County, Texas, transcript of testimony of certain witnesses in the above case
Ragan, J. A.
Memorial to Congress on turning the course of the Mississippi River, 1851
Railroads
Railroad laws of Texas - handwritten list 1878
Railroad law--humorous lawsuit involving A.D. "Hattie" Beatty and an amorous act which took place in a Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad signal tower, 1935
Railroads
see also
  • Amarillo Street Railway
  • Amarillo, Plainview and Southern Railroad Company
  • Coke, Richard
  • Enid, Ochiltree and Western Railroad Company
  • Gray, William Fairfax, II
  • Hodges, F. S.
  • McQueen, Ranch
  • Panhandle (region)
  • Potter County, Texas
  • Seele, Hermann
  • Silverton, Brisco County, Texas, Railroad
Railroad, Transcontinental
Railroad advocated by Senator Sam Houston, January 8, 1849, 30th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Misc. Document No. 12
Ranches and Ranching
see
  • Aldous, Lillie D.
  • Arnot, John
  • Beverly, W. M.
  • Bolton, J. S.
  • Bullock, Mrs. Lee Gragg
  • Casey, W. D.
  • Chesley, Hervey
  • Collinson, Frank
  • Crudgington, Charles
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Falconer, Cosmo "Scotty"
  • Fowler, J. B.
  • Haley, J. Evetts
  • Hall, Mrs. Nathan
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Hord, Nath
  • Hudson, W. F.
  • Lowndes, Charles J. E.
  • Mackenzie, Murdo
  • McClure, Charles Boone
  • McQueen, Ranch
  • Mossman, Captain Burt C.
  • Potter, Colonel Jack
  • Tascosa, Texas
  • White, J. Phelps
Randall County, Texas
see McLure, Charles Boone
Randolph, Theodore F.
Speech delivered in the United States Senate concerning a bill for the restoration of General Fitz John Porter to the United States army, published, 1880
Ray, Worth S.
A Half Hour with the Town Poet
Reagan, John H.
A. C. Gray article in the Houston Post concerning the Honorable John H. Reagan and the Houston Ship Canal, April 26, 1908
Original letter of, to A. C. Gray concerning improvement of Buffalo Bayou, January 2, 1878
Original letter of, to A. C. Gray relative to a line of water communication from Houston to the open sea, December 21, 1877
To the voters of the First Congressional District, April 12, 1859. To the voters of the First Congressional District, July 9, 1859
Reck, John P.
see Hogg, Walter C.
Regulator-Moderator War
see
  • Ashcroft, Dr. Levi
  • Potter, Robert
Reiss, Ellen H.
see Gray, A. C.
Republic of Texas
see Texas. Republic
Reynolds, F. Newton
see Bowers, I. N.
Rhoda (a slave)
see Travis, William Barrett
Ridings, John G.
La Plata and Amarillo
Memoirs (Potter County)
Riley, Glyndon M.
History of Hemphill County
River Road School
see Hamner, Laura V.
Rio Grande City, Texas
see Texas Rangers
Roberts, Dr. I. S.
Letter to Alexander Dienst, November 8, 1929
Roberts, James R. "Jimmie"
Papers concerning
Roberts, Oran M.
"Brass Tacks" and Governor Oran M. Roberts' Administration, (1870-1883), printed
Roberts, Oran M.
see also White, John P.
Robertson, E. Sterling C.
Land grant and patent no. 469 to Robertson, February 21, 1856
Robertson, Orrin
Promotion handbill, Fisher County, Texas, ca. 1888
Robinson, J. M.
see Arnot, John
Rocking Chair Ranch
see Collinson, Frank
Roff, Joe T.
Manuscripts of his writings
Rogers, Will
see
  • Beverly, W. M.
  • Hamner, Laura V.
Romero, J. R. "Jules"
Biographical interview with Winnie Davis Hale, Hartley County, February 1941
Royal, A. J.
see Williams, O. W.
Royal, Frank
Interview; memoirs (Collingsworth County)
Rumans, John
Interview. Experiences in New Mexico and Colorado. Claude, Texas, April 12, 1931
Interview. Experiences in New Mexico and on the trail. Amarillo, December 8, 1928
Interview. Ranging experiences in Texas. Amarillo, December 13, 1928
Interview. Recollections of the range and trail, practice of reliefs on the trail. Amarillo, December 13, 1928
Interview. Working for Charlie Goodnight. Amarillo, December 8, 1928
Runnels County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Rush, George Phillips
The formative years of Lubbock, Texas, 1909-1917
Rusk, Thomas Jefferson
see New Braunfels Meeting
Rusk County, Texas
see Watkins, Myrtis and Pax
Russell, Mrs. Hal D.
Memoirs. On the early plains of New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado, mss.
Russell, Horace M.
Radio talk about the Confederate Reunion to be held in Amarillo, August 17, 1935
Radio talk, re: the Texan-Santa Fe Expedition, April 24, 1936
Rutherford, Mrs. Albert
Story of Gorin Community and the life story of Mr. and Mrs. John Gorin
Sabine Pass (Texas), Battle of
see Brown, R. D.
Saddlery
see Burns, Rollie
Saint John's Episcopal Church (Brownwood, Texas)
see Smith, Brooke
Salado College
Catalogue of Salado College, 1860
An Act to Prohibit the Sale or otherwise disposing of spiritous and other intoxicating liquors, within six miles of Salado College, 1866
Catalogue of Salado College, 1871
Catalogue of Salado College, 1873
An Act to Incorporate Salado College in Bell County, 1860
Announcement of the Thomas Arnold High School, 1890
Salado College, 1860-1900, J.E. Guthrie
Salado College Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, 1873-1886, mostly from the Belton Journal
Thomas Arnold Papers
Newspaper clippings
First Minutes (1859), written by E.S.C. Robertson
Cumberland University, Lebanon, TN, Commencement Invitation, 1926
Letters and clippings from ledgers
Salado College Catalogues, 1917-1918
Finance ledger, 1900
Finance ledger, 1901
Minute book of the Trustees, 1882
Finance ledger, 1901-1906
Correspondence, papers
Thomas Arnold Papers
List of items from Salado College
Sample, Wilton
The Slidell Mission to Mexico, manuscript
Sampson, Henry
see Gray, A. C.
San Antonio, Texas
see Newcomb, James
Sandoval, Paulita
see Vandale, Earl
San Jacinto, Battle of
see
  • Almonte, Juan N.
  • Baker, Captain Mosely
  • Bowen, R. D.
  • Green, Thomas J.
San Saba County, Texas
see Warren, Mildred
Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Autographed official order to Juan M. Alzugaray to present to the Treasury for official retirement benefits
Original holograph letter addressed to Colonel Manuel Reyes Veramendi, November 1, 1832
Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
see also Almonte, Juan N.
Santa Fe Expedition
see
  • Gallagher, Peter
  • Grover, George W.
  • Hoyle, Stephen A.
  • Russell, Horace M.
Sayers, J. D. and George Pfeuffer
Letters relating to each, 1886
Sayers, Lieutenant Governor
Inteview, 1880
Saxon, Harry
Interview, March 1945, about Colonel Kosteritski and Jeff Milton
Schaefer, Joe
Interview, March 1945, about Black Jack and his gang
Schools
see
  • Doshier, Mrs. F. B., Collection
  • Gray, E. N.
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Hardeman County, Texas
  • New Braunfels, Texas
  • Overton, Rhoda Tower
  • Salado College
  • Taylor, G. L.
  • UT - Commencements
Scott, F. A.
Interview. Those who went up the long trail.
Scott, Fred Albert
see Haley, J. Evetts
Sears, Alice G.
Original letters to Edwin Fairfax Gray, April 24, 1857, and June 13, 1857
Sears, C. W.
Letter to Edwin Fairfax Gray, U.S.N., October 19, 1857
Sears, George D.
see Gray, E. N.
Secession
The secession ordinance to dissolve the union between the State of Texas and the other States united under the compact styled, "The Constitution of the United States of America," "State Gazette," February, 1861. WF 163
Secession
see also Houston, Sam
Seele, Hermann
An die Burger von Comal County, railroad, 1889
Seguin, John
Copy of a portion of a letter written from Gonzales, detailing the fall of the Alamo, March 11, 1836
Seguin, John N.
Personal memoirs, 1834-1842
Selby, Robert Agee
A history of Hutchinson County, Texas
Shackelford County, Texas
Citizens petition to County Court of Jack County, August 1874
Shafter, Lieutenant Colonel William R.
Explorations in Western Texas, 1875
Shaw, S. C.
Sketches of Northwestern Virginia
Shearer, Ernest Charles
A survey history of Potter County
A survey history of Potter County
Sheep and Wool
see
  • McCarty, John
  • Vandale, Earl
Sheet music
see Gard, Al
Shelby County, Texas
see Ashcroft, Dr. Levi H.
Shepard, Seth
Letter to A. C. Gray, acknowledging receipt of a copy of Gray's diary, November 23, 1909
Sherman, Sidney
see McCaleb, Sue Menard
Sherman County, Texas
Personal notes on, as told by C. R. Foster, to Winnie Davis Hale
Personal notes on, as told by Mrs. Cline Gilbert to Winnie Davis Hale, February 28, 1941
Sherman County, Texas
see also
  • Taylor, G. L.
  • Vandale, Earl
Sherrill, R. E.
Colorful history of Haskell County is recounted
Shettles, E. L.
"Recollections of a Long Life," file of the Pontotoc Progress (Mississippi), December 15, 1935, through July 9, 1936
Shoe Bar Ranch
see Fowler, J. B.
Silverton, Briscoe County, Texas, Railroad
Railroad proposed from Silverton to some point.... (January 18, 1907)
Siringo, Charles A.
Biography by J. Evetts Haley
Typed manuscript by J. Evetts Haley
Slaves and slavery
Some more obscure cases brought to the Texas Supreme Court between 1846 and 1865
Slaves and slavery
see also
  • Gray, William Fairfax
  • Parsons, William H.
  • Texas
  • Travis, W. Barrett
Smiley, Joseph
St. Peter at the gate
Smith, Ashbel
Letter in his own hand introducing John G. James
Smith, Brooke
History of St. John's Episcopal Church of Brownwood, Texas Memoirs of Brooke Smith of Brownwood, Texas (1935)
3 2 1/4" × 4" sepia unidentified snapshots (small stream, people in pasture)
Smith, Henry
Commission of John Cameron, Samuel Houston, and John Forbes by Henry Smith to settle Indian boundaries, San Felipe, December 28, 1835
Commission of John Cameron, Samuel Houston, and John Forbes by Henry Smith to settle Indian boundaries, San Felipe, December 28, 1835, photostat copy
Commission of John Cameron, Samuel Houston, and John Forbes by Henry Smith to settle Indian boundaries, San Felipe, December 28, 1835, negative and photograph of original
Photostat of letter of Charles B. Stewart about the seal on the Commission to settle Indian boundaries and a graphite rubbing of the seal
Usurpation and Corruption broadside, attacking the General Council and calling on all citizens to aid him in carrying out the powers delegated to him. San Felipe de Austin, January 22, 1836. Streeter 146
Smith, Justin H.
Papers of; correspondence, 1916-1918; notes for his "War with Mexico"
Papers of; notes for his "War with Mexico," correspondence, 1916-1918
Papers of; notes for his "War with Mexico," and transcripts
Notes for his "War with Mexico"
Three poster boards in Spanish related to Justin Smith's "War with Mexico"
Soash, W. P.
Interview with, November 15, 1936
Sons of the Republic of Texas
see Gray, E. N.
Southern Pacific Railroad
see Gray, William Fairfax, II
Southwood, Judge J. E.
Interview with Southwood, the founder of the town of Panhandle, June 15, 1937
Spanish-American War Veterans
Living in Amarillo and living in the Panhandle as of 1937
Stephens County, Texas
see Veale, Fannie Davis
Stevens, I. J. M.
see Hogg, Walter C.
Stevenson, Carrie P.
Early Amarillo
Stevenson, Carrie P.
see also
  • Amarillo, Texas
  • Stevenson, Jesse Buchanan
  • True, Dr. E. F.
Stevenson, Jesse Buchanan
Autobiographical interview, Randall County
Stewart, C. B.
see Houston, Sam
Stonewall, Colorado
Photograph of Stonewall Colorado - 1931
Streeter, Thomas W.
List of books and pamphlets exhibited by him at the Texas Centennial
Swisher County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
T Anchor Ranch
see
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Lowndes, Charles J. E.
  • McClure, Charles Boone
Tarwater, Billy
The Mill-Iron Ranch
The Pitchfork Kid
Tascosa, Texas
Letter, December 1942, from Lucius Dill to John McCarty about the assassination of W.H. McCullar, deputy sheriff; Letter, November 1922, from Henry J. Hoyt to Mr. Dunn
Tascosa Photographs: Don Casimiro Romero Hacindo; "L-S" Ranch Headquarters; Clouds reflected in water; Gravestone of Frank Valle; Three gravestones; Scotty Wilson, beside an old Caretta wheel; Tascosa, Texas, west end of main street
Tascosa, Texas
see also
  • Arnot, John
  • Collinson, Frank
  • Dills, Judge Lucius
  • Hamner, Laura V.
  • Loyd, Dr. O. H.
  • McCarty, John
  • Vandale, Earl
Tascosa, Old
see
  • Armstrong, Marion
  • Austen, Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Hamner, Laura V. and Annie Teague
  • Hoyt, Henry
Taylor, G. L.
The first schools in Sherman County
Taylor, W. F.
Interview
Taylor, Texas
see Threadgill, John
Templeton, R. L.
see Hansford County, Texas
Tepe, Benjamin Franklin
Questionnaire, early history and personal memoirs (Hemphill County)
Terry, Jerry
Civilization built on Buffalo Chips, historical article
Terry County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Texas
Petition for a line of military posts between the Red River and the Rio Grande, April 17, 1848, 30th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Misc. Document, No. 122
Resolutions concerning slavery in territory acquired by the Mexican War, May 18, 1848, 30th Congress, 1st Session, House Misc. Document No. 91
Texas boundary along the Sabine Pass, Sabine Lake and Sabine River, April 17, 1848, 30th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Miscellaneous Document No. 123
Texas' claim to a part of New Mexico, 31st Congress, First Session, House of Representatives Executive Document No. 65, May 16, 1850
(5 copies)
Texas' claim to the territory of New Mexico, House of Representatives Executive Document No. 65 and 66, 31st Congress, 1st Session, Washington, May 16, 1850
Five dollar Treasury Warrant, No. 33787, issued at Austin, July 4, 1862
Treasury Warrant, from the State of Texas, for one dollar, March 10, 1862
Texas, Amnesty Oath
see Gray, A. C.
Texas, Annexation of
see
  • Alabama
  • New Hampshire
101, February 5, 1845
Date on which it ceased to be set by Texas Supreme Court. James H. Cocke vs. E. P. Calkin & Company
Letter of Marque and Reprisal, signed by Sam Houston and cancelled by Ashbel Smith, November 26, 1844
Literal copy of the report of James Collingsworth, chairman of the committee, on loans made to Texas in January 1836
Medicine and surgery, Blank form used in 1838 whereby the Medical Censor for the senatorial district he represented, granted temporary permit to practice medicine and surgery within his district until the annual meeting of the Board of Medical Censors for the Republic of Texas met in the Capitol on the second Monday in November
Copy of an act to provide for collecting and conveying Indian prisoners to the Waco Village, signed by N.H. Darnell, Speaker of the House of Representatives approved December 28, 1842. (Copy Certified by Anson Jones, Secretary of State)
Texas. Republic
see also
  • Attwell, William
  • Burnett, David G.
  • Chambers, Thomas Jefferson
  • Houston, Sam
  • McCullough, William Wallace, Jr.
  • Gray, William Fairfax
  • Jones, Dr. Anson
Texas. Republic. Army
see
  • Gallagher, Peter
  • Johnson, Albert Sidney
Texas. Republic - Financial Affairs
see Clark, Edward W.
Texas. Republic. Navy
Resolution of the Legislature of Texas, favoring "Incorporating the Texas Navy into that of the United States," Washington, February 29, 1848, Senate Misc. Document No. 62, 30th Congress, 1st Session
Texas Revolution
see
  • Almonte, Juan N.
  • Baker, Captain Mosely
  • Blake, R. B.
  • Bowen, R. D.
  • Burleson, Edward
  • Convention of 1836
  • de Cos, Martin Perfecto
  • Declaration del Pueblo de Texas Reunido
  • Declaration of Texas Independence
  • Dubourg, General
  • Gray, William Fairfax
  • Green, Thomas J.
  • Houston, Sam
  • McKinney, Thomas F.
  • Sequin, John
  • Vandale, John J.
Texas, Secession of
see Secession
Texas State Board of Health
Preliminary report of Austin water investigation, Austin, Texas, December 22, 1916
Texas State Historical Association
Regarding Quarterly index
Texas. Supreme Court
Sam Houston, President, vs. James F. Perry, executor of Stephen F. Austin, deceased, appeal from Travis County; the court declares the Republic of Mexico grants of land to Austin are void and are public domain
Texas. Supreme Court
see also Slaves and Slavery
Texline, Texas
see Green, Miss Lou E.
Thomas, Mary Eldie
Autobiographical interview, Channing, Texas, January, 1941
Thomas, Mary Eldie
see also Vandale, Earl
Thompson, A. P.
Candidate for Senator from Houston. Circular to voters of Harris County, re: his platform, July 13, 1859
Thompson, Albert W.
The feud between Chunk Colbert and Clay Allison
The story of Black Jack Ketchum
219 pp.
Photographs related to The Story of Black Jack Ketchum, 21-3″ ×5″ negatives, 1-5″ × 7″ negative, 45-3″ × 5″ glossy prints, 1-5″ × 7″ glossy print
Thompson, Allan
see Crudgington, Charles
Thompson, Ernest O.
Radio address over KFAG, Fort Worth, Texas, August 14, 1939, and a caustic comment by Governor Lee O'Daniel on Thompson's stand on old age pensions
TH Ranch
see Hord, Nath
Threadgill, John
Taylor and surrounding country in Williamson County, Texas
Timmons, C. A.
see Armstrong County, Texas
Tod, John G.
Original letter to A. C. Gray, acknowledging receipt of a copy of Gray's diary, January 20, 1910
Todd, Mrs. W. J.
Interview, early days at and around Canadian, Texas, June 17, 1937
Townsend, Mrs. Elli Moore
see Moore, John H.
Townsend, Dr. E. G.
see Moore, John H.
Transportation
see Lowndes, Charles J. E.
Travis, W. Barret
Bill of sale from John Brown to Anna C. Allen, selling a negro woman slave named Rhoda. San Felipe de Austin, June 19, 1835 (Entirely in Travis' handwriting. His signature appears twice on the document. Possibly the last legal paper Travis ever wrote.)
Treasury Warrents
see
  • Coke, Honorable Richard
  • Jackson County, Texas
  • Texas
True, Dr. E. F.
Autobiographical interview
Truelove, Otis
1918 candidacy for judge of the 47th Judicial District of Texas
2 pp.
Tulia, Texas
see Butts, J. C.
Turkey Track Ranch
see Hamner, Laura V.
Turner, Avery
Letter to J. Evetts Haley giving interesting facts about his life from 1874 to 1929
U.S. Army
see Hoffar, Lieutenent John
U.S. Army. Cavalry
see Carter, Robert Goldthwaite
U.S. Army - History - Punitive Expedition into Mexico, 1916
see Vandale, John J.
U.S. Judiciary
Petition that District Judges remain in their districts at least ten months each year, July 24, 1848, 30th Congress, 1st Session, House Misc. Document No. 97
Upson, Ash
see Klasner, Mrs. L. C.
UT - Commencements
Program - Class Day Exercises, June 10, 1901
Program - Final Exercises, June 10, 1901
Program - Alumni Day, June 11, 1901
Invitation to Commencement Exercises, June 12-13, 1892
Vance, Zebulon B.
Speech in the United States Senate concerning the end of Reconstruction, 1879
Vandale, Earl
16″ × 20″ portrait of Earl Vandale (unframed)
Correspondence related to the Vandale Collection
Collection check list, 1948
Memorandum from notes, about Paulita Sandoval of San Miguel County, New Mexico
Miscellaneous papers: Hartley, Texas; Sherman County, Texas, C. P. Foster notes; Jessie Loomis notes from Mrs. Clive Gilbert, Stratford, February 28, 1941; Mrs. Mary Eldie Thomas, Channing, Texas; Mrs. Mary K. Cole's information on W. E. Collins notebook; Mickey and Frenchy McCormick; Bibliography; Letter to John McCarty from Edward N. Wentworth, December 9, 1941, about the sheep industry in New Mexico in the early 1800s
Reports on oil fields made to the Ohio Fuel Oil Company
Programs, membership information for various organizations 1911-1946
Personal papers, receipts, letters, clippings, 1923-1937, 1940, 1950
Notes, catalogs, correspondence related to his book collection
Correspondence related to his book collection
Catalogs - rare books
Vandale, Earl
see also
  • May, Mrs. J. E.
  • Merchant, John D.
  • Mooar, J. Wright
  • Potter, Colonel Jack
Vandale, John J.
The diplomacy between the United States and the Texas revolutionists
The influence of corporations on American politics
2 copies
The Pershing Punitive Expedition, 1916
The political career and political theory of Louis Trezevant Wigfall
Van Dyke, Henry
"Texas," an ode written for and read at the dedication of Rice Institute, Houston, Texas, October, 1912
Vaughan, Voyle
A history of journalism on the South Plains
Veale, Fannie Davis
On the Texas frontiers: the story of my life (Palo Pinto county), mss.
151 pp.
Photographs: Old Veale mansion in Palo Pinto County, site of first settlement in Stephens County; Old graveyard in Stephens County
Veale, Judge William
Address at the "Old Settlers Reunion" in Palo Pinto County, Texas, July 21, 1897
Vermont
Resolutions re: annexation of Texas, 28th Congress, 2nd Session, House Document No. 70, January 25, 1845
Vernon, Texas
see Bailey, W. M.
Vestal, Stanley
The Missouri, by Stanley Vestal (aka W. S. Campbell) mss., 1949, 1953
Virginia
see Shaw, S. C.
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project
see
  • Sections: W.P.A. Activities, W.P.A.
  • Counties, and W.P.A. Miscellaneous
  • Walker, C. W. "Charlie"
  • Walker, W. W. "Walter"
  • Walker, W. D. "Bill"
Interview by J. Evetts Haley of former cowboys, August 5, 1937
Walker, Lyda
see Armstrong County, Texas
Walker County, Texas
1 fifty cent and 1 twenty-five cent certificate, issue February 20, 1863, and July 16, 1862, at Huntsville, Texas
Ware, James
see Austin, Stephen F.
Warles, Levin
see Fleming, Bart
War of 1898
see Spanish-American War Veterans
Warren, Colonel John
see Merriman, F. H.
Warren, Mildred
Texas place names in Blanco, Brown, Coleman, Collin, Concho, Fannin, Gillespie, Llano, Mason, McCulloch, Runnels, and San Saba Counties
Watkins, Myrtis and Pax
In Old Rusk County
Weaver, Claude
Temple Houston, a character sketch
Webb, Mrs.
see Panhandle Pioneers
Webb, John R.
Frontier life of John Chadbourne Irwin
Webber, John F.
Papers
Wellborn, P. C.
Interview, Buffalo hunting, Fort Worth, January 21, 1932
Welles, Gideon
Letter, photocopy, July 27, 1865
Wellington, Texas
Historical notes on the First Baptist Church
Historical notes on the First Methodist Church by Mrs. A. V. Cocke
Westcott, R.D.
"Circular not from R.D. Westcott, Democratic Extravagance Unmasked!!" signed by W.H.G. Houston, February 5, 1876
West Texas (region)
see Shafter, Lieutenant Colonel William R.
West, America (region)
see Vestal, Stanley
Westerners Los Angeles Corral, including membership lists, separated from the Los Angeles “Brand Book,” ca. 1950-1953
Wetsell, Mrs. W. W.
see Ferguson, Vivian
Wharton, Clarence R.
A catalogue of books in the library of, Houston, Texas
Wharton, General John A.
see
  • Ballinger, William Pitt
  • Gray, A. C.
  • McKinney, Thomas F.
Wharton, William H.
see McKinney, Thomas F.
Wheeler County, Texas
Report of the first Grand Jury and a list of early indictments
Wheeler County, Texas
see also
  • Adams, Ruby Winona
  • Bradford, H. B.
  • Perkins, William Coy
Whitcomb, Miss Addie Rosalee
Autobiographical interview, Potter County, Texas
White, Judge B. H.
see Donley County, Texas
White, J. Phelps
Beginning of the LIT Ranch, interview, Roswell, January 15, 1927
Recollections, ranching operations in Mexico with George W. Littlefield, 2 copies
White, John P.
Memorial to Oran M. Roberts, June 22, 1898
White, Perry A.
Interview of, September 27, 1932
White Deer Polish Settlement
see Haiduk, Regina
Wichita County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Wier, W. "Bill"
Interview, Billy the Kid, where Frank Jackson of the Sam Bass gang died, etc.
Wigfall, Louis Trezevant
see Vandale, John J.
Wilbanks, Mrs. A. M.
Interview, memoirs, Hansford County, Texas
Wilbarger County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Williams, Jesse C.
see Williams, O. W.
Williams, O. W.
An old-timer's reminiscences of Grant County, New Mexico
Interview, notes on Fort Stockton country, Fort Stockton, July 24, 1930, mss., 3 pp.
Letter from Fort Stockton, Texas, to Mr. G. F. Grant, Portland, Maine, June 30, 1930, mss., 8 pp.
Letter to A. C. Harris, Carthage, Illinois, September 7, 1931, mss., 4 pp.
Letter to J. C. Williams, Hankow, China, December 15, 1924, mss., 8 pp.
Letter to J. C. Williams, Hankow, China, June 3, 1925, mss., 14 pp.
The story of a tree Indian burial near Clarendon, mss. (Speech at West Texas Historical Society, Albany, Texas, May 10, 1941)
Concerning the career and killing of A. J. Royal
Interview, in the Panhandle in 1878, Fort Stockton, Texas, August 22, 1930
Interview with, at Fort Stockton, July, 1941
Letter to Captain Jesse C. Williams, Shanghai, China, March 10, 1930
Notes on the Fort Stockton country, mss.
Panther chase told in a letter to his daughter years ago; newspaper article
Panther hunt
Reminiscences of, in Old New Mexico, secured through the efforts of J. Evetts Haley, Fort Stockton, Texas, July, 1930; "Why not have a Historical Society, Whence came Roy Bean in Fort Stockton?"
Sketch of life of, prepared by his grandson and filed with the Fort Stockton paper for obituary purposes
Williams, O. W.
see also
  • Baldwin, Sam D.
  • McCarthy, D. F.
  • Moore, John A.
Williams, Waldo
Letter to Martin W. Schwettmann, concerns the deepest oil producing well in the world, December 1928, letter dated May 16, 1940
"Lord" Beresford and Lady Flo, mss.
Williamson County, Texas
see Threadgill, John
Willingham, C. B.
see Arnot, John
Willis, Judge Frank
see Hamner, Laura V.
Wilson, Mrs. Jane Adeline
Account of the recent captivity of Mrs. Jane Adeline Wilson, among the Comanches
Winkler, E.W.
List of publications and manuscripts about early Texas Notes about Vandale as a collector
Winkler, Frank
Interview by Charles Crudgington with R. L. Winkler, son of Frank Winkler, mss.
4 pp.
Winkler, R. L.
see Winkler, Frank
Witt and Spikes Store
Daybook, Emma, Texas, 1900
Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. C.
see Armstrong County, Texas
Wolf, James G.
see Kelley, Edward J.
Women
Newspaper page, The Atlanta Journal, 1935, "Five Georgia Girls Become First `Ladies' of Texas"
Woodburn, Olive
see Armstrong County, Texas
Woodville, Henry
see Ashcroft, Dr. Levi
Woodward, J. H. H.
Pamphlet advertising services to prosecute suspended or rejected Bounty Land Claims and handwritten letter to Levi Richardson, 1858
World War I - Bond Drives
see Comal County, Texas
World War II
see McCarty, John
Wright, Mrs. M. B.
Interview, memoirs of, Hansford County, mss.
Interview, memoirs of, Hansford County, typed mss.
W.P.A. ACTIVITIES
Program of "Portrayal of Panhandle History through W.P.A. Projects," November 22, 1938
W.P.A. Panhandle Historical Workers' Banquet
W.P.A. COUNTIES
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
50 pp.
Andrews County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
58 pp.
Bailey County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
39 pp.
Borden County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
78 pp.
Briscoe County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
81 pp.
Castro County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes, mss.
Cochran County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, Transportation in 1936, by H.G. Brougher
Collin County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes on
68 pp.
Crosby County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
Dallam and Hartley Counties, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
71 pp.
Dawson County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes, mss.
Deaf Smith County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes on, historical and descriptive
Dickens County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
89 pp.
Ector County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, history of
Fannin County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes on, mss.
Floyd County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes for a history of
Foard County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
37 pp.
Gaines County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
87 pp.
Garza County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
10 pp.
Glasscock County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
49 pp.
Hale County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes for a guide book, mss.
Hall County, Texas
Hartley County, Texas
see W.P.A., Dallam County
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes, mss.
Hockley County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
Howard County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
Lamb County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
405 pp.
Lubbock County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes on
Lynn County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
75 pp.
Martin County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, mss.
Martin, Midland, and Borden Counties, Tours in
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
128 pp.
Midland County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes, for a guide book
50 pp.
Motley County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, pp. 1-500, with an index for pages 1- 1951
Panhandle Area
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, mss., pp. 501-949
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, mss., pp. 950-1500
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, (Potter County), mss., pp. 1501-1725
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, mss., pp. 1726-1951
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
52 pp.
Parmer County, Texas
Potter County
see W.P.A. Counties. Panhandle Area
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
Swisher County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
38 pp.
Terry County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, cemeteries of Wichita Falls
Wichita County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project. History of the Swiss-German population, some statistics on the county and on the city of Vernon, history of Oklaunion, some main birds and reptiles, ghost towns
Wilbarger County, Texas
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, notes
24 pp.
Yoakum County, Texas
W.P.A. MISCELLANEOUS
W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project, mss.
Texas Tours
XIT Ranch
see Hamner, Laura V.
Yoakum County, Texas
see W.P.A. Counties
Young, Stanley P.
White Buffalo, mss.
Photograph of young white buffalo and two older black buffalo
Zavala, Adina de
see de Zavala, Adina
Zeitung Subscriptions
Receipt for subscriptions to Zeitung, to Dr. Bracht from Ferdinand Lindheimer
Zeitung
see also New Braunfels
Ziegler, Jesse
see Gray, E. N.
Zimmerman, Frank W.
Interview, about Armstrong County, Texas, March 17, 1938 I was a pioneer churchman, mss.
zu Wied, Herman Furst
Statement of the success of the German emigration project, especially as it relates to the Texas colonization of the Verein as opposed to individual immigration, Wiesbaden, 1851
Z-Z Ranch
see Bullock, Mrs. Lee Gragg
BROADSIDES
Burleson, Edward and F.W. Johnston
Broadside announcing the "Fall of Bejar and surrender of General Cos!", 1835
Bush, W.E.
Cattle Brand Chart and Guide
Castro, Henry
Broadside, warning colonists against sharpers, undated
Chambers, Thomas Jefferson
Commanding General, Army of Reserve for the Protection of the Liberties of Texas, form letter soliciting subscriptions to a loan to Texas for the purpose of arming, equipping, and provisioning a reserve army, 1836
Confederate States of America
One one hundred dollar Confederate States of America bond, issued October 27, 1862, with all coupons attached
One one thousand dollar Confederate States of America bond, issued March 1, 1864, with all coupons attached
Connelly, Henry
Territorial Governor of New Mexico, call to arms to resist a Texas invasion, September 9, 1861
Convention of 1836
Copy of the Declaration of Independence
Cowboys
Evolution of cowboy's paraphenalia by Jo Mara, 1933
de Cos, Martin Perfecto
Broadside issued at Matamoras, July 5, 1835, addressed "To all and everyone of the inhabitants of the three departments of Texas" warning them against disturbing public order and peace, printed in Spanish on one side and English on the other
(2 copies)
Declaration del Pueblo de Texas Reunido
en Convention General, at San Felipe de Austin, November 7, 1835,
7 5/8" × 12 5/8"
Geologic Chart
By Rubie Vaughn
Germans in Texas
Minutes of a political convention, as held in San Antonio, May 15, 1854
Green, Thomas J.
Brigadier General of the Army of Texas, "Texas Official!!" broadside announcing the victory at San Jacinto, printed at New Orleans, Friday, May 13, 1836, the first printed announcement of the Battle of San Jacinto
Gurley, E. J.
Rejoinder concerning J. L. L. McCall, a district attorney, and the prosecution of Peter Garland and others for "killing the friendly Caddoes"
Houston, Sam
Broadside, to the people of Texas, declares against secession and states he will not join any movement to secede from the Union, March 16, 1861, Austin, Texas
Proclamation of Sam Houston, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of Texas, dated Head Quarters, Washington, Texas, December 12, 1835, calling for volunteers
Landa, J.
Circular addressed to the citizens of New Braunfels, Texas, re: the G.H. Sherwood matter, May 25, 1855
McKinney, Thomas F.
Broadside from Quintana attacking William H. Wharton, John A. Wharton and Colonel Warren Hall for holding a clandestine election before the date set by committee, for members of the Consultation, 1835, Streeter 73
Merriman, F.H.
Selection of Warren as State Senator, Galveston, December 10, 1845
New Braunfels, Texas
Programm der fünfzigjährigen Jubelfeier des Deutsch - Texanischen Sängerbundes, zu Neu-Braunfels, am Sonntag, den 4. October, 1903
Newcomb, James
Broadside appealing for votes to be elected Mayor of San Antonio [ca. 1897]
Parsons, William H.
Broadside, announcing his forthcoming book, "Negro Slavery, Its Past, Present, and Future," Waco, Texas, ca. 1859
(2 photostats only)
Reagan, John H.
To the voters of the First Congressional District, April 12, 1859.
To the voters of the First Congressional District, July 9, 1859
Republic of Texas
Medicine and surgery, Blank form used in 1838 whereby the Medical Censor for the senatorial district he represented, granted temporary permit to practice medicine and surgery within his district until the annual meeting of the Board of Medical Censors for the Republic of Texas met in the Capitol on the second Monday in November
Secession
An ordinance to dissolve the union between the State of Texas and the other States united under the compact styled "The Constitution of the United States of America," "State Gazette," February 1861
Smith, Henry
Usurpation and Corruption broadside attacking the General Council and calling on all citizens to aid him in carrying out the powers delegated to him, San Felipe de Austin, January 22, 1836
Texas Legislature
List of names, nativities, ages, times of emigration, residences, occupations, and post offices of the Senators and Representatives of the Seventh Legislature of Texas, 1857-1858
Westcott, R. D.
"Circular not from R.D. Westcott, Democratic Extravagance Unmasked!!" signed by W.H.G. Houston, February 5, 1876

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