University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Ruthe Winegarten Papers, 1912-2004

Descriptive Summary

Creator Winegarten, Ruthe
Title Winegarten (Ruthe) papers
Dates: 1912-2004
Abstract Research materials, correspondence and production materials for books and theatrical productions concerning African American women, Texas women, Hispanic women and Texas politics.
Extent 108 ft., 2 in.
Language Materials are in English.
Repository Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Historian, educator and lecturer Ruthe Winegarten was born and raised in Texas. She received a Masters of Science in Social Work from The University of Texas at Arlington in 1970. From 1975-1978 she served as a visiting instructor and community coordinator at The University of Texas at Dallas, where she worked toward a doctorate in the history of ideas. Through the Texas Foundation for Women’s Resources, she began working on the Texas Women’s History Project in 1978. She edited Texas Women’s History Project: Bibliography, and served as research director and curator of the Foundation’s traveling exhibit “Texas Women: A Celebration of History” which appeared throughout Texas in 1981 and 1982. Winegarten wrote and co-wrote 18 books focusing on the history of women, African-Americans, Latin-Americans, and Jews in Texas. In 1983 Winegarten published I Am Annie Mae, the story of black entrepreneur Annie Mae Hunt. Winegarten crafted the book into a musical which toured nationally. Other works by Winegarten include Black Texas Women: A Sourcebook; Capitol Women: Texas Female Legislators, 1923-1999; and Las Tejanas: 300 Years of History. Throughout her life Winegarten participated in various community organizations, including the League of Women Voters and B’nai B’rith. She served as Southwest Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League. In June 2004, Ruthe Winegarten died in Austin at the age of 74.

Scope and Contents

Research files, correspondence, photographs, printed material, posters, books, clippings, speeches and literary works document the educational, social and cultural interests, as well as the life and career of Ruthe Winegarten. The collection bulks with research materials for Winegarten’s books and dramatic works, along with production records for museum exhibits and touring exhibitions. Extensive drafts, correspondence and production materials reflect the creation and marketing of the I Am Annie Mae musical theater production. Prominent research subjects include Governor Ann Richards, Barbara Jordan, Belle Starr, Cordye Hall, Emma Tenayuca and Katherine Stinson. The collection includes extensive files on female Texas legislators, African-American and Hispanic women in Texas, women from other ethnic groups, and women in various occupational fields. The collection also contains the drafts and research materials for several hundred speeches given by Ruthe Winegarten, as well as personal letters, poetry collections, and business records.

Archivist's note: The Ruthe Winegarten papers have been arranged into three series: Literary Productions, Research Files, and Personal Files. Research files related to a specific project such as a book, have been listed under that project. Files that could not be confidently assigned to a known project appear under Research Files. Many files include material related to multiple projects.

Ruthe Winegarten also donated materials to the Black Texas Women Archive collection and the Texas Jewish Historical Society Records, both held by the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, and the Benson Latin American Collection. These collections include research files and records that complement those in the Ruthe Winegarten Papers.


Access to some materials is restricted.

Access to medical records is restricted until after the death of Ruthe Winegarten’s children.

Contact digital archivist for access to digital media.

Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Winegarten, Ruthe
Jordan, Barbara, 1936-1996
Richards, Ann, (1933-2006)
Tenayuca, Emma, 1916-1999
Subjects (Organizations)
Texas. Legislature
African American women
Hispanic American women
Women History

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Ruthe Winegarten Papers, 1912-2004, the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.

[AR 83-8; 85-138; 85-289; 85-296; 86-8; 87-197; 87-279; 88-102; 88-134; 88-290; 89-131; 89-300; 89-358; 90-04; 90-46; 90-88; 90-110; 90-111; 90-139; 90-276; 90-359; 91-025; 92-158; 92-280; 92-401; 93-375; 94-355; 95-279; 97-082; 97-202; 99-167; 2000-163; 2000-195; 2000-261; 2000-271; 2001-197; 2001-036; 2004-041; 2004-209; 2005-046; 2005-242; 2008-027]:

Detailed Description of the Collection


Literary productions:

3P48 Belle Starr, the Bandit Queen of Dallas:
Notes, drafts and galleys, [undated]
Belle Starr, The Bandit Queen of Dallas, a play by May Rensberger, [undated]
Texas Folklore Society materials, 1980
4Ad68 Black Texas Women: 150 Years of Trial and Triumph:
Draft typescript
4Ad67 Index Cards: timeline cards and name cards
Timeline, Black Texas Women Before 1800 to 1992 Black Women, Biography and Community cards A-Z
2.325/C90a Related correspondence, 1981-1995
Humphrey Readers-Barr, 1994
Baylor University and Texas College, Waco, 1991-[circa 1995]
Barker Center, duplication invoices, 1991
Barr, paper on sources, 1991
Conference on Black Women, 1985
Carlson Publishing, 1990
Rice University Press, NAACP photo, Alan Governor, 1991
Texas Women’s University, 1992
Texas Association of Black Professionals in Higher Education, 1992
Charles Tatum, 1991
University of Texas Medical Branch, 1991
Visuals [list], 1981-[circa 1990]
Victoria College, 1991
Williamson County, Taylor, Georgetown, 1991
2.325/C127 Publicity materials, news clippings, articles, announcements, reviews, note cards, 1995-1996
2.325/W84 Publication celebration, event notices and correspondence, 1995
2.325/G9 Research files: 1985-1997
Velma Roberts, letter, 1995
Blanche Crenshaw Robinson, clipping, 1995
San Antonio, Mother White, clipping, 1983
Philippa Schuyler, clipping, 1995
Shrine of the Black Madonna, clipping, 1995
Joyce E. Smith, "They Call Me Jessie," typescript, 1997
Texas African-American Heritage Organization, correspondence and printed materials, 1994
"Purlie!" clippings and playbills, 1992
Black community address lists, Austin, 1985-[circa 1995]
2.325/G10 Austin, clippings and correspondence, 1996-1997
Austin arts, 1996
Contemporary women, clippings, 1997
California Cooper, clipping, 1992
Dolls, clipping, 1996
Mount Olive Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star: rosters, publications, correspondence, 1917-1991
Hairstyles, clipping, 1996
Bernice Hart, clipping, 1994
Houston, Independence Heights, clipping, 1997
Houston, clippings, 1995-1997
Lufkin, clippings, 1981
Barbara Lynn, clipping and program, 1995
Sonceria Messiah, clipping, 1994
Angela Medearis, clipping, 1996
Susan Richardson, clipping, 1995
Elizabeth Spates, clipping, 1995
Victoria Spivey, portrait post card, 1995
Texas Freedom Alliance, Ellen Richards, 1995-1996
University of Oregon, "The Fight is On", 1997
Nurses, notes, [undated]
Rosa Parks, clippings, 1995
Paul Quinn College, clippings, 1965 and [undated]
Jeanette Peten, clipping, 1995
Peyton Colony, clipping, 1997
Religion, clippings, 1995-1996
Heman Sweatt Civil Rights Symposium, clipping, 1995
Melvin Sikes, clipping, 1994
Women’s Educational Equity Act, printed materials, 1995
Welfare, clippings, 1995
Lavelle White, clipping, 1997
Augustine Williams, annotated draft, [undated]
Beneva Williams Nyeva, clippings and correspondence, 1994-1995
Georgia Blakemore Williams, clipping, [undated]
Woodard Studio, clipping, 1995
Doctor George Wright, clipping, 1996
Zeta Phi Beta [fraternity], clippings and correspondence, 1979, 1996
Affirmative Action, clippings, 1996
Africa in the New World, clipping, 1996
African tools, clipping, 1995
African American women on tour, clipping, May 1996
Margueritte Armstrong, oral history notes and clipping, 1977
Association of Black Women Historians, printed materials, 1991
Austin Museum of Art, catalog, [circa 1995]
Naomia M. Banks, business envelope with printed portrait, [circa 1995]
Marian E. Barnes, leaflets and clippings, 1996
Margueritte Ross Barnett, printed notes, [circa 1995]
Jo Baylor, clipping, 1996
Bethune-Dubois Fund, clipping, 1996
Black men, clipping, 1994
Anitra Blayton, clipping, 1995
Doctor Dorcas Bowles, speech and correspondence, 1993-1995
Barbara Burton, clipping, 1994
Cora Burton, photograph [photocopy], 1947
Business women, clipping, 1996
Business women, printed notes, [circa 1990]
Church burnings, clipping, 1996
Conjure Woman, clipping, 1995
Sandra Crenshaw, clipping, 1995
Dallas, memorial for Martin Luther King, clipping, 1997
Environmental racism, clipping, 1995
Barbara Foreman, clipping, 1977
John Hope Franklin, clipping, 1995
Marie Gilbert, clipping, 1996
Bell Hooks, clipping, [circa 1995]
Legislation, black male, clippings, 1996
Alan Lomax, clipping, 1997
Niobi Marshall, program, 1992
Louise Martin, Houston photographer, clippings and correspondence, 1992-1995
Mary Allen Seminary, clippings and printed materials, 1927, 1977-1995
Joyce Hunt, Mitchie’s Fine Black Art, clippings and printed materials, 1996
Debra Mobley Sadler, notes, [circa 1990]
National Association of African American Studies, Houston conference, conference materials, February 1996
Niobe Ngozi, clipping, 1997
NOKOA the Observer [newspaper], clipping and correspondence, 1992
Rosalind Oliphant, clipping, 1995
Oprah Winfrey, clipping, 1996
Ethel Pauley-Jones, correspondence and court filing, 1993-1997
Elizabeth Powell, clipping, [circa 1995]
Relationships, clipping, 1996
2.325/W70 Association of Black Women Historians
Christia Adair
Amistad [motion picture]
M.J. "Andy" Anderson
Clara Anderson
Laura Anderson
Austin, miscellaneous
Marian Barnes
Jane Bell
Jo Bellinger
Willie M. Boardingham
Artemisia Bowden
Miss L.A. Bowers
A. Faye Boykin
Mary Elizabeth Branch
Sharon Bridgforth
Hattie Briscoe, San Antonio lawyer
Gwendolyn Brooks
Olive Brown
Brownsville Riot of 1906
Annie Buchanan West
LaFray McCall Carter
Contemporary [Delta Beta; Dovie Ellis]
Christine Cash
Alice Owens Caufield, Waco
Lilly Bell Hall Chase
Chat-an-Hour Club, Houston
Church [arson]
Civil War
Izola Collins
Colorado County
Jeffie O.A. Conner
Mrs. B.J. Covington
Maud Cuney-Hare
Katie Darling
Clarissa Davis
Delaney Sisters
Delta Sigma Theta
Mrs. A.B. DeMent
Jessie Covington Dent
Jessie McGuire Dent
Depression [economic]
Mrs. W.L. Dickson, Gilmer
Teresa Doggett
Domestics [workers]
Douglass Club
Stacy Dukes-Rhone
Anna Dupree
Cynthia A. Taylor-Edwards
Mary Kincheon Edwards
Thyra J. Edwards
Elected Officials
James Farmer
Farm Work
Charlye Farris
Viola Fedford
Feminism, Pauli Murray’s comments
Feminism, "Calling All Women" conference, March 1991
Fort Worth
Freedman’s Bureau
Maud A.B. Fuller
Zina Garrison
Willie Lee Gay
Georgetown [Texas]
Mary Keys Gipson
Barbara Goodall
Rebecca Covington Hardin
Brigadier General Marcelite Harris
Lullelia Harrison
Myra Hemmings
Historic Sites [southern USA]
History, miscellaneous ["Black Herstory"]
Jennifer Holliday
Hopwood [Thurgood Marshall]
Dr. Joann Horton
Churches, labor unions
Houston Post, black history, 1992
Houston Informer, 1994
Houston Freedman’s Bureau
School to train "perfect" domestic servants, 1938
Women, exhibit
Annie Mae Hunt, clippings, printed materials
Mary Hunter
Estella B. Jackson
Estella B. Jackson
Jesse Jackson, position paper on women
Dr. Mae Jemison
Mrs. A.E.S. Johnson, Marlin
Iris Jones
Joni Jones
Edna Kincheon
John Q. Taylor, Marcet Hines King
King’s Daughters home for the elderly, Austin
Dolly Lang
Annette Lawrence
Erma LeRoy, Houston, "They Showed Why"
Austin LINKS, Inc.
Dolores Burton Linton
Dolores Burton Linton
Toni Luckett
Isabella Mabson
Manor [Texas]
Madrid Ladies Social, Houston arts & charity club
Sam, Hall and Jane Mason
Annie Maie Mathis
LaVonne P. Mason
Mayors [W. Wilson Goode]
Myra McDaniel
Gabrielle McDonald
Bertha Means
Angela Shelf Medearis
Ellie Walls Montgomery
Lucille Moore
Azie Taylor Morton
Etta Moten
Mahala Murchison
Harriet Murphy
Texas Music Museum
Sunny Nash
National Black Women’s Political Leadership Caucus [NBWPLC]
National Women of Achievement
National Black Herstory Conference, 1998
National Council of Negro Women:
Houston, Austin
Black Family Reunion Cook Book
Zoia Jones
National Political Caucus of Black Women
Niobe [performer]
Drusilla Nixon, El Paso
Norwood Papers, Barker Center
Hazel Obey
Oil [Breckenridge, Texas]
Estelle Massey Riddle Osborne
Lucy Gonzales Parsons
Dr. Thelma Patten-Law
Payton Colony
Mrs E.E. Patterson
Aaronetta Pierce
Mrs. Laura A. Pinckney
Hermine Pinson
Caroline Poe, Women’s Christian Temperance Union, teacher
Lillie Portley
Prairie View
Patricia Prather
Mrs. R.A. (Ethel) Ransom
Ethel Ransom Arts and Literature Club
Reconstruction legislators
Rap Music
Linda Reed
Rhone Family Papers
Dorothy Robinson
Rosenwald Schools
Betye Saar
San Antonio Black Company
Mrs. E.P. Sampson
Clarissa Scales
Clara Scarborough, Wesley Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church
Gloria Scott
2.325/W84 Scottsboro Boys
Seminole Negroes
Shelby County
Beverly Sias
Dr. Ruth Simmons
Ada Simond
Ana Sisnett
Lucille Bishop Smith
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Smith
Sojourner’s Trust
Chloe Stevens
Dr. [Virginia?] Stull
Dr. Carrie Sutton (Brooks)
Theater [Larry Shannon Hargrove]
Texas A&I University [Dr. J.G. Smith]
Elnora Teal
Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs
Mary Yerwood Thompson
Dorothy Turner
Washington County
Madam Walker
Sheila Walker
Sippie Wallace
Maudrie Walton
Dr. Barbara W. White
Mattie B. White
Lorece Williams
Williamson County
Women’s movement
Ann Wood
Dr. Connie Yerwood
Dr. Joyce Yerwood
2.325/J13 Archives with holdings on Black Texans, notes
Baylor University
Moorland-Springarn Research Center
Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe
New York Public Library
Rosenberg Library
Schomburg Library, New York
Texas A&M
Virginia State University
2.325/Q130 Black Dallas Women:
Draft typescript
Black Dallas Women out-takes
Velma Roberts, African American Women Civil Rights Leader, Austin
2.325/C127 Publication correspondence, 1999-2001
Contracts, 2000
Featured women, list
2.325/C130 Veloxes of cover, [undated]
2.325/A34 Deep in the Heart: The Lives and Legends of Texas Jews:
Notebook, [circa 1990]
Dallas, Texas: A bibliographic Guide to 1930, University of Texas at Dallas, 1977
A Documentary History of Texas Women, 1870-1920:
Drafts, notes and correspondence, 2001-2003
Notes and correspondence, 2003
Computer disc files [preservation copies], 2001-2002
2.325/A33 Governor Ann Richards of Texas:
Drafts and correspondence, [circa 1994]
Governor Ann Richards, new edition,
Research files:
Southern Association for Women Historians conference proceedings, June 1994
Austin Suffrage Celebration, June 1995
National Women’s Political Caucus, August 1997
Women’s Museum, Dallas, August, 2001-October 2002
New entries, biographical, 2002
Mary Kay Ash, obituary, November 2001
Eleanor Brackenridge, clipping
Jane Cazneau, magazine clippings, 2001
Chinese women, news clipping, 2002
Communication Workers of America, notes, [undated]
Destiny’s Child [musical group], magazine clipping, 2000
Susana Dickenson news clipping, 2000
Mary Austin Holley, notes, [circa 2000]
Karen Hughes, event program, 2002
Kay Bailey Huchison news clippings, 2001
Eddie Bernice Johnson, notes, 2000
Ann Richards, news clipping, August, 2002
Gwyn Shea, news clipping, 2002
Sports [Jody Conradt], resume, 1998
Jan Statman, correspondence, 2000
Genevieve Vaughn, clippings and notes, 1995-[circa 2002]
Mary Sophie Young, notes, [undated]
2.325/J13 "Guts, Gumption and Go-Ahead," video drama:
Mondell Media Projects, correspondence and printed materials, 1989
Correspondence, 1993
Annotated script
Clippings, 1979-1986
2.325/C95 History of Texas Women:
Drafts and correspondence, 1984
3P47 I am Annie Mae, the Personal Story of a Texas Black Woman:
Drafts and working materials: 1977-[circa 1980]
Interview transcript, 1977
2.325/G10 Interview transcript, "exact transcript unedited", 1977
3P47 Edited typescripts, [undated]
Edited typescripts and notes, [undated]
Draft 1 footnotes, [undated]
Preface, introduction, illustrations, and notes, typescript, [undated]
Photographs used in Hunt article, photocopies, [undated]
Photographs: outtakes, [undated]
Pages I-IX, 1-51, [undated]
3P48 Pages 52-123, [undated]
Pages iii-xiv, 1-177, [undated]
Galley proofs and drafts, [undated]
Printed editions:
Chrysalis, "I am Annie Mae," Number 10: Spring 1980
2.325/A115 I am Annie Mae, 1979
2.325/B100 I am Annie Mae, collected and edited by Ruthe Winegarten
2.325/W71 I am Annie Mae [Copy autographed by Annie Mae Hunt], 1983
2.325/C130 Texas Senate Resolution in honor of Annie Mae Hunt, draft, [undated]
2.325/G10 Promotional correspondence, 1980-1985
Financial records from book sales, 1980-1985
2.325/A118a Promotional pamphlets
2.325/F53a News clippings
2.325/A156a "I am Annie Mae," musical theater production: 1983-1993
Script of "I am Annie Mae, a one woman musical...", 1987
Correspondence with theaters and agents, 1983-1993
Press releases and news clippings, 1987-1990
Promotional materials and calendars, 1987-1989
Production materials and audition records, 1987-1993
2.325/W69 Promotion and production, records and correspondence:
[note: this box also holds photographs] 1987-1993
2.325/W68 1994-1997
2.325/W71 1993-1997
Scripts and drafts, 1987-1990
2.325/G10 Script drafts, lyrics and correspondence with Namoi M. Carrier, 1986-1987
Texas Commission on the Arts, 1986-1987
Book clubs, 1986-1987
2.325/F82 Theaters and agents, 1987-1993
2.325/F83 Theaters and agents, 1987-1993
2.325/G9 Theaters and agents, 1987-1993
2.325/C127 Las Tejanas: 300 Years of History:
Photo lenders, note cards, [undated]
Photo lenders requiring complimentary book, [2003]
Book orders, filled orders, [undated]
Financial correspondence, 2003
Marketing, letter, 2003
University of Texas Press, correspondence, November 2002-February 2003
4Ad69 Las Tejanas in every school, correspondence, 2003
San Antonio, Las Tejanas, 2003
Book events, 2003
Promotions, flyers, 2003
Assorted, 2003
Second edition, 2003
2.325/A110b Book orders and correspondence, February-July, 2003
[Restricted: personal financial information]
2.325/F54 Press reviews, research files and books
"Perspectives on Hispanic Women in Texas," March 1986
"Texas Women," July 27, 1986
2.325/F52 Research files:
Research notes
Back up
Gloria Anzuldua
Austin, Hispanic history
ARTE Publico Press
American GI Forum
Betancour, Marie, San Antonio
Bibliography, Hispanic
Maria Berriozabal
Bexar County Archives
Maj. Conchita Bobbitt, descendant of de Balli
Martha Cortera
Candalaria, Madame Andrea (Villanueva)
Maria Cassiano
Colonial Period
Cattle and ranching
Juan Cortina
Adina de Zavala
Dona Patricia de la Garza de Leon
Dona Rosa Hinojosa de Balli (1759-1801)
Dona Maria de Cavillo
Maria Jesus de Agreda
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
Jovita Gonzales de Mireles
El Dia de los Muertos
Esparza Family
EL Paso Mujer Hispana Conference
Farm Strike of 1966
United Farm Workers
Chicanas, migrant workers, farmers
Dora Guerra
Dr. Clothilde Garcia
Lena Guerrero
Tula Borunda Gutierrez
Guadaluoe-Hidalgo Treaty
Hispanic women in book
HEMBRA, Spring 1976
Hispanic women
Hispanic history miscellaneous
Maria Hernandez
Home Altars
Jovita Idar
Legal status stuff
Land grants
Ninfa Laurenzo
La RazaUnida
Laws, legal information, Governor’s proclamations
Jose Limon, El Primo Congreso Mexicanista, 1911
Letitia Lopez, Chicana in the 1930s, film
Lucia Madrid
Mexico current events
Vilma Martinez
Mexican side of the Texas Revolution, edited by Carlos Casteneda
Mexican Revolution
Mexican War
Lydia Mendoza
Enes Mexia, botanist
National Association of Chicano Studies
Time line, Chicanas
Carmen Tafolla
Emma Tenayuca
Pecan shellers
Estela Portillo Trambley
Andrea and Teresa Villareal
Pancho Villa
Chicanas, visuals
Lydia Perez, Austin ISD school board
Politics and statistics
Blandina Cardenas Ramirez
Dona Manuela Ramon
Irma Rangel
Republic of Texas, Hispanic
Research materials, San Antonio, Hispanic
Chipita Rodriguez
Judge Elma Teresa Salinas
Juan Seguin and Bacerra
San Antonio
Judith Zaffirini
2.325/C127 "Louisa Piquet, Octoroon and Concubine," theatrical production, [circa 2003]:
Script, manuscript and typescript drafts
Research notes and clippings
Horton Foote, Eliz Ramsey
Rachel Bartlett
2.325/A33 Poetry:
My Art Deco Aunts:
Bound copy, December 1984
Photocopies and annotated photocopies, [circa 1984]
Poems, Wing Press, July 2001
Related correspondence, 1983-1984
2.325/W68 I Wanted to Play New York, 2002
2.325/A33 Other poetry:
Extra copies of some poems, 1978-1981
Poems, 1972-1988
Poetry Connoisseur, correspondence, 1985-1986
Dramatic works, assorted:
Scripts, 1976-[circa 1985]
News clippings and notes, 1976-[circa 1985]
2.325/C127 Selections on the Status of Women in American Society, the University of Texas at Dallas, 1978
2.325/G9 Texas Female Legislators, 1923-1999:
Research files: 1997-2000
76th Legislature, 1999-2001
Legislative officers, directories, 1995, 1997
Sheila Jackson Lee
Lists of legislators, 1989-1993
Eliott Naishtat
Margie Neal
Laura Negly
Jane Nelson
Party politics, Jo Freeman
Political parties, 1998
Play idea based on Capitol Women
Presidential library queries
Louise Raggio, clipping
Senators, Texas, directory, 1999
Florence Shapiro
Lou Nelle Sutton
2.325/G226 Virginia Stogner
Texas Legislative Handbook, 1997-1998
Senfronia Thompson
Timeline, 1868-1997
Texas Legislative Almanac, 1997
Republican Party
Sarah Weddington
Ginny Whitehill
Arlene Wohlgemuth
Edith Wilmans
Margaret Gordon Amsler
Anita Blair
Lanell Cofer
Chart, legislative priorities and accomplishments,
Congress elected 1998
Elizabeth Cox, "A Woman’s Place"
Debra Danburg
Wilhelmina Delco
Dawnna Dukes
Emily’s list
Elections 1998
Margo Frasier
Kay Granger
Helen Giddings
Ernestine Glosbrenner
Patricia Gray
Governors and Presidents
Sherri Greenberg
Suzanna Gratia Hupp
Sarah T. Hughes
"How the Texas Legislature Works"
Kay Bailey Huchison
Emma Jackson, "Petticoat Politics," dissertation, 1980
Eddie Bernice Johnson
Barbara Jordan
Kerri Kay
Ann Kitchen
Wilmans, Edith
Neal, Margie
Negley, Laura
Moore, Helen
Rountree, Frances
Strong, Cora
Hugues, Sara T.
Gordon, Margaret Amsler
Neveille Colson
Files, Rae Still
Fenley, Florence
Suiter, Elizabeth
Stewart, Maribelle
Henderson, Persis
Gurley, Dorothy Gillis
Duff, Virginia
Blair, Anita
Isaacks, Maude
Banfield, Myra
Hargrove, Sue
Barbara Jordan
Francis (Sissy) Farenthold:
Interview by Ruthe Winegarten, 1995
Suzanne Coleman, thesis on Francis Farenthold, 1973
Francis Farenthold corpus, 1969-1973
Sissy Farenthold papers
Hutchison, Kay Bailey
2.325/G227 Sarah Weddington
Miller (Caris), Dorothy
Andujar, Betty
Thompson, Senfronia
McBee, Susan
Sutton, Lou Nelle
Photo permissions
Wilhelmina Delco
Bode, Mary Jane
Glosbrenner, Ernestine
Hill, Anita Carraway
Denton, Betty
Rangel, Irma
Polk, Mary
Danburg, Debra
McKenna, Jan
Hill, Patricia
Robinson, Phyllis
Shea, Gwyn Glarkston
McDonald, Nancy
Cooper, Anne
Guererro, Lena
Krier, Cyndi Taylor
Zaffirini, Judith
Zaffirini, Judith
Mowery, Anna
Linebarger, Libby
Conley, Karyne
Park, Carolyn
Schechter, Sue
Greenberg, Sheri
Hamric, Peggy
Hernandez, Christine
Rosson, Peggy
Van de Putte, Leticia
Delisi, Dianne White
Gray, Patricia
Flores, Yolanda Navarro
Moffat, Nancy
Rusling, Barbara
Reyna, Elvira
Romo, Sylvia
Combs, Susan
Denny, Mary
Shapiro, Florence
Nelson, Jane
Dukes, Dawnna
Ehrhardt, Harryette
Farrar, Jessica
Hawley, Judy
Wohlgemuth, Arlene
Wooley, Beverly
Yvonne Davis
Norma Chavez
Carolyn Galloway
Suzanna Hupp
Ruth Jones McLendon
Sue Palmer
Vicki Truitt
Kay Granger
Terri Hodge
Giddings, Helen
Carole Rylander
Betty King
Capitol Women, photo info
Permission requests, pending
Photo info
Contact information for women legislators, note cards
2.325/A118b Resources and Information for Women in State Government, March 1992
2.325/A119 Yarborough-Bush race, 1964, US Senate
Dallas Count Precinct 110
Miscellaneous Democratic Party materials
Miscellaneous JFK materials
Partnership agreement
North Dallas democrats, 1964
Johnson-Goldwater race for Presidency, 1964
Dedication of the Sam Rayburn Library, Bonham, Texas, 1962
Dallas County Democratic party politics
Dallas County Congressional race, Baxton Bryant and Bill Jones, 1962
Voting statistics, 1958-1962
Sales tax issue in Texas, 1959
Miscellaneous clippings
Dallas League of Women Voters, study of the Dallas Independent School District, 1958, 1959
John Leedom, 1962, 1964
Public Housing Referendum, Dallas, 1962
Dallas Congressman Bruce Alger, 1960-1965 and [undated]
Dallas County election returns, November 1962
Election returns, November 1960
Dallas City Council Race, Cabell-Sharp, 1963
Texas, Special election for U. S. Senate, 1962
Texas, election primary and runoff results, May 2, 1964
Earle Cabell, Bruce Alger, Congressional race, Dallas County, 1964
Photographs, L. B. Houston Park, Nature Area, [undated]
Dallas Social History project
Journal of the Graduate Research Center, October 1963
2.325/C127 Texas Women: A Celebration of History, Texas Foundation for Women’s Resources, 1981
2.325/A78c Texas Women: A Pictorial History:
Manuscript draft, [circa 1986]
2.325/B65 Research files:
Eakin, business matters, 1990
Eakin, billing, etc., 1986, 1987
Speakers brochure
Review copies
Ed Eaking, pending
Austin women in book
Austin, book party and Austin women in book, June 25, 1986
Austin book party, June 25, 1986
Bookwomen Party, November 16, 1986
Border and South Texas women
Complimentary copies
Catholic women
Diana Claitor
Cataloging in publication data
College Texas history teachers, Dr. Standish Meacham
College Station
Copyright information
Corrections, 2nd printing
Comp. copies
Texas Women’s University, Denton, February 20-21, 1988
Dallas Docents, Guild of Old City Park, November 2, 1987
Southwestern Bell, Dallas, June 9, 1987
2.325/B65 Dallas women in the book
Dallas event, Rabin, October 19, 1986
Texas Women’s University, Texas Women, October 20, 1986
E-Heart Press
El Paso
Fort Worth, March 7, l987
Houston women
Houston speeches
Houston women in the book
Houston-Galveston, August 25-29, 1986
Houston Women’s Center, March 1987
Houston possibilities
Houston, Congregation Emanu-El, July 29, 1986
Houston Chronicle, August 26, 1986
Houston press stuff
Houston, miscellaneous
Huntsville, March 25, 1987
Jacksboro, June 11, 1987
Jefferson, Texas
Longview, Thursday, December 8, 1988
Ms magazine
National Conference on Women and Law, March 11, 1988
NOW, Nacogdoches, March 28, 1988
NOW State Convention, San Antonio, September 27, 1987
National Women’s history project
New York City
Press releases and Marketing stuff
PMTS, Promo photos, etc.
Promotional ideas
Prints, photos
Photo lenders or those who are in the book
Preface, Mary Beth Rogers
PR stuff
St. Phillips College, San Antonio, March 9, 1988
San Antonio women featured
UT San Antonio, March 6, 1986
San Antonio papers, March 7, 1986
San Antonio events
Stephenville, April 12, 1988
Speeches, list of, 1986
Dee Seligman
Speakers brochure
San Francisco
Southwestern University, Georgetown
AAUW, Temple, April 5, 1988
Tyler, March 10, 1988
Ellen Temple, book promotions
Texas Press Assn. clipping service
Texas Council for the Social Studies
Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs
Texas Education Agency
Texas highways
Texas Women’s Political Caucus
University of Texas, Women in Texas
University of Texas at Dallas
TV station interview, Waco, June 16, 1988
Washington, D.C.
2.325/A162 Early Texas women
Ann Richards bumper sticker
Women’s History Week, March 7-11, 1989
Texans Rally for Choice, November 12, 1989
The Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival, November 3-12, 1989
Dr. Charlotte Schaeffer
Bess Scott
Austin Women’s Political Caucus
Medical, healing
Dr. Juliet E. Marchant
Sally Reynolds Matthews
Dr. Fanny Leak
Jessie Castle LaMoreaux, dentist
Dr. Josephine Kingsley
Images, miscellaneous
Houston women
Belle Starr, The Bandit Queen of Dallas
State Representative Cyndi Taylor Kried, Republican legislator, 1984
Social customs
Mary S. Young, botanist,
Alice Wilson, playwright
Linda Vance
Frances Trask
L. A. Women’s Building
Miriam Harris
Essay contest, Texas Woman’s University
Emily’s list
Berkshire Conference, 1987
Celebration of History group
Beauty shop operators
Emmie Baine, Dallas, Southern Methodist University
Mollie Abernathy
Rainbow Coalition
Ranch Women of Texas, film proposal
Betty Friedan
Grace Noll Crowell
Leffler Corbitt
Office clerks
Cattle and ranching
Faith Bybee
Margaret Beeman Bryan
Dr. Edith Bonnet
Mary Austin Holley
Dr. Margaret Holland
Dr. Sofie Hertzog
Judge Carol Haberman, San Antonio
Mollie Burke diary
Annie Brown
Dr. Daisy Emery Allen
Dr. Minnie C. Archer
Lovie Whitaker
2.325/G9 Women as administrators, clipping, 1996
Arts, clippings, 1995, 1997
Women and their Work, fall ball, 1987
African American Museum Guild, clipping and printed materials, 1996
Affirmative action, clipping, 1995
Ray Virginia Allen, correspondence, May, 1995
Nancy Dickey, clipping, 1997
Drill teams, clipping, 1997
Texas Women’s Political Caucus, convention handbook, August 8-11, 1996
Violence against women, clipping, 1996
Alley Theater, clipping, May 12, 1996
Austin Museum of Art, correspondence and printed materials, May, 1996
Eve Arnold, clipping, 1996
Asian Texans, clippings, 1997
Attorneys, clipping, 1997
Books, catalog clippings, [undated]
Women’s economic progress and business statistics, clippings 1990-1996
Dolores Briones, letter, January 1996
Florence Butt, clippings, 1996
Breast cancer, clippings and printed materials, 1994-1996
Business women, clipping, 1997
Clinton, At the Table, letter, 1996
Gordon Conway, catalog clippings, 1997
Texas congressmen, clippings, 1995
College of Charleston, correspondence, May-August, 1995
Environment, clipping, 1995
Elected officials [Emma Lou Brown], political cards, [circa 1995]
John Henry Faulk, clipping, 1990
Federal legislation, clipping, 1996
Elizabeth Fox, clipping, [circa 1995]
Hector Garcia, clippings, 1996
Elizabeth Holtzman, clipping, 1996
Ireland [Daisy Mules, Sinn Fein], pamphlet, [circa 1995]
Mary Faulk Kook, clipping, 1997
Kerrville, notes, [circa 1995]
Klezmer music, clipping, 1995
Jean Lee, clipping, 1996
Madelyn Murray O’Hair, clipping, 1997
Populist, catalog clipping, [circa 1995]
Katherine Ann Porter [museum], clippings and notes, 1996
Women rabbis, clipping, 1997
Southern Conference of Women Historians, convention program book, 1997
Sports [women], clippings, 1996-1997
Kerri Strug, clipping, [undated]
Texas Folklife Resources, handout, 1996
Helen Thomas, clipping, 1996
Women’s Airforce Service Pilots, article, [circa 1995]
2.325/A78d Correspondence, women’s issues, 1986-1992
Printed material, 1986-1987
National Women’s History Month in Texas, March 1988
Stages Repertory Theatre, calendar, 1989
Texas Women, expenses, pictorial history
Laredo, Catholic Telecommunications Center
Unitarian, women’s spirituality
Printed material, 1991-1992
National Women’s Studies Association
Atlanta, June 24-28, 1987
Akron, June 20-24, 1990
2.325/A78d National and Community Service Act, February 4, 1992
2.325/C90a Ann Richards, interview by student, [undated]
"Texas Women" exhibit, list of relatives and honorees, 1981
"Leadership Texas," research proposal and printed material, 1991-1993
Cultural Conference agenda, 1993
2.325/A117 Women’s History Month
Women’s Way, 1990
Correspondence, 1968
Austin Women’s Political Times 1990
City of Austin, certificate of appreciation, 1990
The Women’s Alternative Times, volume 1, number 2
Austin Women’s Activities, 1982
Barker Center, Women and Food Production, 1985
Austin Ambience, 1978-1979
Eleanor Roosevelt Conference, Texas Women’s University, October 10-11, 1984
Printed materials, miscellaneous
Outside speakers, Spring 1977
2.325/A115 Miscellaneous women issues material
Travis County, Democratic Party county convention, 1989
Lloyd Doggett
Hyde Park
Dallas postcards
Texas Observer, December 27, 1974
"Nature of the News Media: A Curriculum for the Consumer of News," by Neila Skinner Petrick, University of Texas at Dallas, December 1976
University of Texas at Dallas, administration
University of Texas Women Scholars, April 3-4, 1986
Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Karen Thompson
Roselyn Cogburn, Houston Legendary Ladies
Center for Texas Studies
Leadership Texas
Austin Women’s Peace House
We Can Fly
Forest Avenue High reunion
Women’s history
Austin resources, theaters, professionals
Celebration of Black Music, Dallas, September 1989
2.325/A118a History of Texas Women, administration
Texas Women’s Hall of Fame
2.325/B100 International Peace Conference, Dallas, August 8-11, 1988
Peace Child Foundation
The Villager [newspaper], September 8, 1988
Cordye Hall
"What Can One Woman Do?", by Cordye Hall
2.325/B65 Texas Women’s Political Times
Texas Women’s University women’s collections
2.325/B100 Correspondence, 1991
2.325/F53a Correspondence
Printed material
AUW and Nutcracker program
Photographs, authors brunch
Equal Times, Dallas
Texas Women
Gordon Conway research project, 1986
Doctors, medical
Anglo women and men talk about Indians
Indian women, images, photographs, drawings, artifacts, etc.
Rosa Kleberg
Cynthia Ann Parker
Karankawa Indians
Sarah Ridge Paschal Fix (1814-1891), Cherokee
Santa Adiva
Dr. Hallie Earle
Dee Seligman
May Owen
Sally Reynolds Matthews
Henrietta King
Lucy Ann Kidd-Key
Enid Justin
Annie Ennis
Business and Professional Women
William Bollaert’s Texas, edited by Eugene Hollon and Ruth Bulter, 1956
Belle Boyd
Fane Downs articles
Kate de Pelchin
Title IX
Texas Women’s Political Caucus
Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs
Karen Silkwood
Carol Keeton Rylander
Kate Rotan, Waco clubwoman, President Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs
Republican Party women
Republic of Texas, Fane Downs article
Frederike Recknagel
Katherine Ann Porter
2.325/C96 Abolitionists, Unionist
Adams, Mollie
A.A.U.W. [American Association of University Women]
Austin Women
Annie Webb Blanton
Chronologies, Bios Outlines
Biographies, Groups, National
Barr, Amelia
G & S, Adol Typesetting
McAdams, Ina May, Texas Women of Distinctions, A. Biographical History, 1962
Jenny Bland Beauchamp
Rev. Mary C. Billings
Border Photos, 1 woman
Eleanor Brackenridge
Vivian Castleberry
Catholic Women
Cazneau, Jane
celebration photos - Outtakes
Census of 1980
Church Women
Clubs, Dallas Women's Club, Michael Hazel Article
Clubs, Dottie DeMoss
Sarah Cockrell
Billie Crowell, Divie Dude Ranch
Nannie Webb Curtis
Minnie Fisher Cunningham
D.R.T [Daughters of the Republic of Texas]
Leonor Villegas de Mognon
Dallas, Women & Soc. Caring 1895-1920 (Enstam)
DRT Museum, Austin
Dr. Ellen Lawson Dobbs
Dallas Women
Dr. Grace Danforth
Dominique de Menil, Houston Arts Philanthropist (1909)
Clara Driscoll
Louise Dietrich
Dysart, Jane "Mex. Women in A. Ant. 1830-1860: The Assn. Process"
Dr. Hallie Earle, Waco Internist
Angelina Eberly
Education Time Line
Education, Texas Women Educated Elsewhere, 19th Century
Election Laws
Fam. Workers
Mariana Folsom (1845-1909-1910)
Factory Work, Miscellany
Farmers Alliance, Texas Women in
Farm Women
Frances Farenthold
Ma Ferguson
First Women to
Elizabeth A. Fry (San Antonio)
Galveston Women's Health, Professional Association Turner/Kensmore stuff
Governors, Dates 1867-1913 Chronological
Bettie Gay
Dr. Mary Gearing
Charlotte Graham
The Grange
Rebecca Henry Hayes
Ima Hogg
Frances Cox Henderson
Helen Hunt Hendrix
Hispanic Women
Ann Hiss
Margaret Lea Houston
Sarah T. Hughes
Kate Hunter, 1866-1945
I.W.W. [International Workers of the World]
Virginia K. Johnson (1843-1934) reformer of prostitutes
Frank King
Dorothea Lang
League of Women Voters
Legal Status for Women
Emma Long, Austin City Council
Martha McWhirter
Sancty Stuff 1984
Belton Sancty Opera
Jane Y. McCallum
McFadin sisters, Circleville, Taylor, Williamson County
Mexican, American Conference
Pamela Mann
Malone, Historiography on Texas Women, TSHA, Mar 1986 March 1986
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Neal, Margie
Carry Nation
National Women's Party
Lizzie Scott Neblett
Nineteenth Century
Notables, Various List
Naomi Nye
Office Holders, summary
Madalyn Murray O'Hare
Georgia O'Keeffe
Dr. Perle Penfield
Periwinkle, Pauline (Mrs. S. Isadore Minor)
2 Politics
Photos, miscellaneous
Quotables Quotes
Sara Estela Ramirez
Louise Raggio, Dallas Atty. Married Women's Prop. Law
Right Wing Women
Kate Ripley, Dallas
May Smith, Dallas Baby Camp.
Social Welfare, Activities
Starr, Belle
2.325/C97 Stinson, Children books
Stinson Files, Debbie
K & Marjorie Stinson, Texas Women’s University
Katherine Stinson
Time Line
Telephone Workers
Emma Tenayuca, newspaper articles
Mrs. E. P. Turner, Mrs. P. P. Tucker
Upchurch, Maggie Mae Adams
U.T. Austin
William B. Travis
Elizabeth Howard West
W.P.A. Murals, Texas
Elise Waerenskjold 1815-1895
Margaret Watson
Sarah Weddington
Women's Work
Printed Material
Zonta Club
Texas History, Miscellaneous
Hadassah, Yearbook, 1990
National Committee on Children, Beyond Rhetoric, A New American Agenda for Children and Families, 1991
2.325/C95 Beverly J. Stoeltje, rodeo reunion,
Women and the Land, by Beverly Fernea
The Women’s West, conference newspaper 1983
Women in the Oil Industry, proposal and correspondence, 1983
Women in Texas History, proposal to Texas Committee for the Humanities, 1979-1980
Institute for the Study of Women, course list, 1985
Teaching History, correspondence, 1985
Women’s literature, notes and printed materials, [circa 1985]
Southwestern University Gender conference, 1986
Phyllis Harris
Texas sesquicentennial celebration, 1985
Texas Women: Myth-Reality conference, 1985
Texas Women and Food Production, conference, 1985
Women and World Issues, workshop materials, 1985
2.325/C127 University project contacts, note cards, [undated]
2.325/K15 Published articles by Ruthe Winegarten, : 1990-1993
SSC pamphlet
Legacies v. 3:2 Fall 1991
Third Wave Film Festival program, March, 25-29 1993
The Nation:
253:13 October, 21, 1991
253:19 Dec. 2, 1991
Our Texas v. 1:1 Winter 1991
Dramatists Guild Quarterly v. 27:1 Spring 1990
SSC booklet
Texas Libraries v. 28:3 Fall 1987
Texas Health Policy Task Force, 1992
Southwestern Historical Quarterly:
94:2 October, 1990
94:3 January, 1991
94:4 April, 1991
87 October, 1983
86:2 October, 1982
86:4 April, 1983
2.325/A33 "A New Woman in an Old Country," [Aida Tanovich], interview and correspondence, 1984
2.325/C95 "History of Women in Texas," Texas Almanac, September 1985: Drafts and correspondence, 1983-1985


Research files:

2.325/C130 Texas History Museum, Reconstruction project, 1998-1999
General instructions
George family, notes and clippings
Reconstruction overview
Lorraine Schmidt, correspondence
Blacks and Mexicans, rights
PRD, business news
Suggestions for other parts of exhibit
New Beginnings, outtakes
MA [Mexican American] rights
Courthouses, correspondence
Capitol, news clipping
Black rights, clippings
Women’s clubs
Women in public office
Women, vote
New Beginnings, photo caps and photos
Farmers, labor, articles and drafts
Reconstruction, first draft, November 8, 1999
New Beginnings, final copy, with notes and clippings
2.325/C127 Diversity project at Lyndon Baynes Johnson Library:
Interviews, project information, meeting notes, invoices, correspondence, 2003
4Ad69 Interview notes and correspondence, 2003
Barbara Jordan:
Jordan miscellaneous
Edward Patton
TSU [Texas Southern University]
MBR [Mary Beth Rogers], administrative stuff
[Mary Beth Rogers]
October 1996
[Mary Beth Rogers], 9-12-1996
To [Mary Beth Rogers], already
Barbara Jordan – Mary Ellen Curtain
Mary Beth Rogers
Photosources, Barbara Jordan
[Mary Beth] Rogers, research pending
Photo releases
[Mary Beth Rogers], Be Vote 1976
Fort Worth Law Firm
Irma Hall
Kemp, Texas
Our Texas
Photos, Ruth Winegarten presenting book to Tiny/Children
Promotion possibilities
Deion Sanders
Subsidary rights
Tiny Chronicles
Correspondence, miscellaneous
Black Images December 13, 1998
"D" Magazine
Press Release
Tiny Book event, September 12, 1998
Book Woman Austin [event], 1998
African American Music, September 12, 1998
Debbie Allen
Eakin reprint, Bills, etc.
News clippings
Texas Southern University archives, notes
One woman show, "E Pluribus Unum"
Ruthe’s [file]
Video, Mary Ellen Curtain
Biographic information, notes
Biography, brochures and programs
Clinton Impeachment, 1998
Democratic National Committee, keynote [address], 1976
Ethics advisor, Ann Richards
Equal Rights Amendment, national extension hearings, 1978
Immigration Commission
Medal of Freedom, 1994
Obituaries, 1996
Photographs [news clippings]
Prints, Houston Chronicle [originals moved to 3S19]
Capitol Women and Video
Quotable Quotes in Brave Black Women
Paul Steckler
Speeches, 1999
Pat Jacobi High school English Web unit on Barbara Jordan
Lesson plans, writing guidelines, 1998
2.325/C128 "There is Work to Be Done" museum exhibit: 1998-1999
Project overview, drafts, 1999
Exhibit plan, 1998
Exhibit scripts, plans, notes, 1998-1999
Photo work sheets:
Matilda Boozie Randon, 1998>
James Throckmorton, 1998
Sarah Barnes, 1998
2.325/A78b Cordye Hall:
Corrected transcript
Manuscript #1, 1988
Manuscript #2, February 1988
Anti-Nuclear demonstrations, news clippings
Contact sheets
Family tree
Correspondence, 1976, 1984
Newspaper clippings, 1951-1983
Scrapbook, 1951-1988
2.325/A118b Cordye Hall, "What Can One Person Do?" pamphlet, [undated]
2.325/A78c "Petticoats, Politics and Peace," manuscript
Work file, 1985
Fort Phantom Hill
2.325/E455a Miscellaneous notes from visits, interviews, etc.
Work file
"Cordye Hall: A Daughter of Texas"
Manuscript, [Microsoft] MS-Word processing version
Manuscript, edited
Ask Cordye
"Two Texas Women tell their Tale," Cordye Hall, Annie Hunt
Texas women oral history project
Cordye Hall, ideas and similar materials
Eje, July 6-8, 1984
Correspondence and work file, Hall and Winegarten, 1978-1985
1950s Right Wing activity in Dallas, Cordye’s anecdotes
2.325/A33 Right Wing Reds, Dallas, 1963-1965
2.325/A115 Emma Tenayuca:
Correspondence, 1982-1985
2.325/A116 Correspondence, 1982-1985
2.325/A115 Katherine Stinson, travels in China 1916-1917
2.325/C136 Mary Butt Oral History Project, [circa 1994]
Interview contact cards
HEB [H.E. Butt Stores] interviews
Cynthia Bishop
Rick Bihner
Charles Butt
Howard Edward Butt, obituary, [undated]
Eleanor Crook
Corpus Christi, Texas, map
Art Dilly
Mary Butt Oral History [5.25 inch computer disc, relocated to 3R193]
Memos, progress reports
Interview questions
Pat Legan
Julie O’Neal
Van Snell, interview in Kerrville
Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation
2.325/A119 Belton Sanctificationists:
Andreadis, Women Among Themselves
Belton, Belton and Bell County Centennial Edition, Belton Journal, 1950
Bennett, A. L., Sanctified Sister, Texas Folklore Society, 1966
Dallas News, Walter Moore, 1966
Court transcripts
Henrietta Tennessee Embree Diaries
Evetts, Mrs. James K., speech, 1967
Sancty follow-up tasks
Friend, Llerena, Texas Communism or Socialism
Gerry, Margarita, W. C., September 1902
Garrison, George, "A Woman’s Commonwealth," Charities Review, 1893
Hinds, William, American Communities and Cooperative Colonies
Happy Home Without Husbands
Hield, Melissa, presentation at Berks about Jane Addams and Hull House
Hinding, Women’s History Sources listing on the Sancts "Texas Women’s Commonwealth,"Houston Chronicle, November 19, 1950
James, Eleanor, Sanctificationist of Belton, "Martha White McWhirter"
Johnson, M., "The Sanctified Sisters,"Texas Historian, 1974
Kent, Rev. Alexander, "Woman’s Commonwealth"US Labor Bulletin, 1901
"Woman’s Lib Movement Proved Successful- 100 Years Ago,"Killeen Daily Herald, November 21, 1971,
Sanctys, legal documents
Susan Dye Lee, "Trampling out the Vintage, Woman’s Crusade of 1873-1874,"Women in American Theatre
"The Sancties of Belton: A Musical Comedy in Two Acts and Six Scenes," by Frieda Werden and Ruthe Winegarten
Pirtle, Caleb, "Grand Century of Shakertown"
Sanctys, research, correspondence, notes
Rogers, exhibit catalog
Sancties, related articles, etc.
Jean McMahon Humez, "Gifts of Power the Writings of Rebecca Johnson, Black Visionary, Shaker Eldress," 1981
McDowell, "Social Gospel in the South"
Shakeshaft, Charol, "Herland on the Frontier"
Summaries from numerous articles
Sokolow and Lamanna, "Womans Commonwealth,"South Historical Quarterly, April 1984
Sanctys, time line, Werden
"Bicentennial Era offers new Spirit to Historical House in Belton,"Temple Telegram, October 8, 1972
History of Bell County, plus draft of Sancty paper
"'Sanctificationists' Built Hotel in Belton Setting Up a Semi-Communistic Colony,"Temple Daily Telegram, April 17, 1936
WCTU, Women’s Christian Temperance Union
"Belton Cult Made Good as Commune,"Waco Herald Tribune, October 30, 1949
"Mrs. McWirter and her community of celibate women in Washington,"Waco Weekly Tribune, July 20, 1901
Washington Capital
"Cupid Steals girl from Ranks of the ‘Man-Hating Club,"Washington Times, September 18, 1904
Werden, Frieda, legendary ladies article
Wright, Gwendolyn, "Woman’s Commonwealth, separatism, self, sharing"
Sanctification research, miscellaneous
2.325/A118b Handbook of Texas:
Bio entries codes for computer
Guidelines for Articles
Printout, HOT [Handbook of Texas]
Austin Country Club, HOT Women, January 26, 1985
SA Women’s Magazine, March and September, 1984
HOT Adv. ed., May 12, 1984
Texas State Historical Association, Fort Worth, March 1-2, 1985
3P49 General research files:
Camp Rising Sun, 1976-1981 and [undated]
Samuel Gompers Celebrations, San Antonio, Texas, 1982
Prostitution, 1912-1982 and [undated]
Texas Jewish Historical Society, 1940-1982 and [undated]
Nuclear disarmament
Texas Foundation for Women’s Resources
Texas women
Blacks and the University of Texas and Prairie View A&M University, 1978-1983
Austin black women,
2.325/G9 BBC, "The Jewish Enigma", correspondence and printed materials, 1990-1993
Lorne Rogers
Austin Jewish Community Center
Frieda Werden, [Women’s International News Gathering Service],
Women of Virginia
Book catalogs
WAASCL, newsletters
Suffrage celebration in Austin, 1995
National Women’s Studies Association, Enlarging the Circle conference, 1992
Feminist periodicals, clipping, 1982
Women in Public Service Conference, 1993
National Organization for Women, conference, 1993
University of Texas at San Antonio, conference of women historians, 1991
Gray Panthers, newsletters, 1993-1995
Deborah Hay, correspondence, 1994
Abortion, flyers and public information, [circa 1990]
4Ad66 Women and Food production, 1994
TSHA, 1985-1991
San Antonio Express – Sunday "Preserving the Stories," August 26, 2001
Allen, Virginia Raye
Anderson, Ada
Andres, Dave
Baker, Lynda Lieberman
Balter, Mildred
Barnes, Marian E.
Barr, Alwyn
Barton, Ann McGuffin
Bell, Nancy
Bihner, Rick
Blalock, Letitia
Bond, Cynthia
Brandenstein, Sherilyn
Bright, Susan
Brodsky, Ruth
Brown, Dorothea
Bynum, Victoria
Cardenas, Cristina
Carrier, Naomi
Castleberry, Vivian
Choate, Carolyn
Cohen, Leah
Cohen, Janice
Cominos, Joan and Nick
Cramer, Pat
Cristol, Gerry
Doggett, Lloyd
Dupont, Janelle
Eakin, Edwin
Farenthold, Sissy
Fernea, B.J.
Flowers, Betty Sue
Galerstein, Hannah
Gay, Willie Lee
Gilbert, Lucia
Gomez, Margaret
Graff, Harvey
Greene, Casey Edward
Hall, Eulaine
Harckham, Laura
Harden, Ada
Harrington, Rebecca, Flores
Harris, Phyllis and Herb
Hart, Jan Siegel
Hauschild, Henry
Henson, Margaret S.
Heild, Melissa
Humphrey, Jan
Huyser Cynthia
Jacobs, Ginger
Jacobus, Sarah
Johnson, Luci Baines
Jones, Nancy Baker
Kahn, Sharon
Kariel, Audrey
Kessler, Jimmy
King, Wilma
Kirk, W.M.
Knight, Pam
Kozmetsky, Ronya
Kuykendall, Karen
Laufer, Leo
Levy, Walter
Letson, Dawn
McBee, Sue
Marks, Paula
Martin-Anderson, Evelyn
Mathis, Mary-Nell
May, Theresa
Mazow, Julia
Meltzer, Mary Anne
Miller, Gertrude
Morris, Celia
Mullinax, Otto
Nasworthy, Carol
Parker, Joy
Petrick, Neila
Parkhurst, Peggy
Prager, Karen
Raymond, Virginia
Richards, Ann
Rodgers, Emma
Rodriguez-Mendoza, Amalia
Rogers, Mary Beth
Rubinette, Lynn
Saginaw, Rose
Sanger, Mary
Saxon, Louise
Schechter, Cathy
Schlactus, Barbara
Seager, Eleanor
Seligman, Dee
Sharpless, Rebecca
Silberman, Eva
Sisnett, Ana
Smith, Sherry
Statman, Jan
Statman, Max
Stanley, Jeanie
Steed, Lavada Jackson
Sweet, Janice
Taylor-Krier, Cindy
Temple, Ellen
Vaughn, Genevieve
Weiner, Merilee
Weiser, Dan
Weizenbaum, Suzanne
Wentworth, Pat
Werden, Frieda
Whitten, Lynn
Wilson, Martha
Winegarten, Debra
Wise, Olga
Zisman, Sylvia
Zimmerman, Shirley
Flair Symposium, 1998
UTSA Oral History Project, 1997
UT Women’s Studies
Texas Women of the Century – 100 Women
UTSA, 1999
UT Women’s Studies
FOWS Community Advisory Council Meeting, 09/28/99
Annie Mae Order Blank Flyer
Abortion 1999 Texas Legislation
Liz Carpenter
Babe Didrickson
Emily’s List
Dale Evans
Ronya Kozmetsky
Frankie Randolph
Texas Women’s Hall of Fame, 1997 and [undated]
TWPC Convention, Austin Aug 9-10
UN Women’s, Discrimination, Violence
UN End of Decade – Beijing, 1995
Austin Women
AA Art – contemporary – LBJ
Christia Adair – Schlesinger / Saur
J. Mason Brewer
Mrs. Walter Burton
Camp Logan
Coleman Bessie – Black Aviator
Craft, New Handbook of Texas
Lucy Dougherty
Freedman’s Bureau
Freedmen’s Cemetery – Dallas
Galveston Strikes, 1877
Carlette Guidry
Houston Contacts – assorted
M.L. King
Dr. Wilma King
Legislators from Dallas County A. Americans 1966-1999
Legislators, Congress – Houston
Harryette Mullen
Nacogdoches Labor Struggles
National Council of Negro Women Conference, November 12-13, 1979
Home Demonstration Work
Negro National Anthem
Newspapers – role of black
Gordon Parks
Aaronetta Pierce
Primson, Hermione
Edna Humphries Rhambo
Dorothy Robinson
Paul Robeson
Rosenwald Schools
Sweatt versus Painter
Dorothy Salem
Schomburg Library
Voting laws
Voting Rights Act, 1975 1975
Lulu B. White
2.325/C128 American Civil Liberties Union
Annie’s List
Austin Writers League
Austin Writer Girls
Austin Public Library
Ada Anderson
Bullock Texas History Museum
Benson Latin American Collection, Tejana files and photos
Meredith Beal
Dell Center
Dallas Jewish Historical Society
Hidalgo City History Museum, speech notes and correspondence, February 2002
Suzie Flateau
Foundation for Women’s Resources:
Texas Commission for the Humanities, "They Made a Difference" proposal, 1979
Willie Gay
Glencoe, Texas and the Texans, correspondence, 2002
Annie Mae Hunt
Barbara Bullard, correspondence, 2000-2001
Harry Ransom Humanities Resource Center
Herdomain, letter, 2002
The Hague, restaurant in train station, 2004
Iraq [Lloyd Doggett], letter 2002
Barbara Jordan Essay Contest 2002-2003
Nancy Baker Jones, biography and photo
Jan Reynolds
Sharon Kahn 2004
Leadership Enrichment Arts Program
Anne Lewis, grant application, proposal, correspondence, 2000
Larry, letter, 2002
Mediation, correspondence, 2003
Meadows foundation
National Women’s Studies Association, event announcements and correspondence, 2004
Jane Y McCallum
Biographies of women in exhibit
National Women’s History Project
Olga, book group readings, Paul Fraenkl biography
Polish group, correspondence, 2003
Poem stuff
Quotable quotes
People’s History of Texas
Seton Cove
Southern Methodist University, Women’s Symposium, response card
Sealy [family] project, correspondence, 2003
Summerlee Foundation
Southern Association for Women Historians
Texas Library Association, correspondence, 2004
Texas Women’s University, books and corespondence, 1983-1994
Texas Tech University
Texas folk life resources
Texas State Historical Association, publications, newsletters, correspondence, 2002-2003
Texas Council for the Humanities, grants
Sample grants, 2001
Annual report, 2001-2002
Texas A&M University Press, catalogs, 2001-2002
Texas Jewish Historical Society, newsletters, 2003
Texas Women’s Political Caucus, conference registration, 2002
University of Texas:
Film Institute
Women’s studies
Library card application
University of Texas Press, development board, correspondence and program information, 1999-2000
University of Texas at San Antonio, women’s archives, publications, 1999
Genevieve Vaughn, 36 Steps Toward a Gift Economy [circa 2000]
Frieda Werden, poem for Ruthe Winegarten, 1981
Women and world issues
Naomi Carrier, reminiscences and correspondence, 2002-2003
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, : 2003
Research notes
Black Dallas women
Barker Center, notes
Janice Cohen, correspondence, 2003
Copy editing guidelines
2.325/A78c H. L. Hunt [Haroldson Lafayette Hunt, Jr.], news clippings, [undated]
4Ad69 Texas Observer, 20th anniversary, letter, 1974
Video premieres, pamphlets, 1995
"From Petticoats to Pethood to Power," video script, 1995
International Women’s Day, notes and program information, 1988
"Coming Clean: Doing the Laundry in Texas," notes, [undated]
Galveston laundry strike, news clipping [photocopy], 1877
Women in Texas History, questionnaire, 1979
Virginia Raymond, 2001
Women advocating for peace, clipping, 2003
Bernice Love Wiggins, speech, 2002
Population, Tejano, clippings, 2001
Yolanda Chavez Leyva, clipping, October 2001
Farmer’s March of 1966, journal article, 1989
Alcalde, clippings, [circa 1990]
Friend’s home
Olga, tapestry, 2003
Georgetown, 2003
Denton, North Texas Book Festival, 2004
Texas Women’s History Project, excerpt, 2003
2.325/C130 John Karms, Texas history TV show, 2003
Herdomain, Austin Writergrrls, 2002
Women’s history Web sites, 1997
Travel Web sites, 2001
Biographical statements [NBJ] Nancy Baker Jones, 2000
University of Texas Press, press releases, 1996
Declaration of Independence [United States, advertising copy], [circa 1996]
"History of Texas Women, a Brief Overview", 1988
Mexican American Women, 1986-[circa 1995]
Irma Rangel, obituary clipping, March 8, 2003
Assorted clippings, [circa 1995]
2.325/A116 Publicity about project
Ann Richards report materials, 1983
2.325/A120 Attorneys
Mary Kay Ashe
Books, national
Austin women, contemporary
Mollie Bailey
Battered women’s shelters
Candy Barr
Nancy Binford
Boarding house operators
Mrs. George Boles
Boyd, Mrs. Austin Pollard, Paris, Texas, WCTU
Nancy G. Brinker, philanthropist, Dallas
Mollie Bugbee
Amanda Burks
Florence Butt
Bettie Brown, Galveston
Austin Writer’s league
Austin, Texas, women activities
Cornelia Adair, Mollie Ann Goodnight
All woman supreme court
Amasouverien Society, first literary society
Ames, Harriet
Ann Armstrong
Business Women, miscellaneous
Coors Gallery of Women
Bio. Sketches, Sesquicentennial, Governors commission, Texas Women’s Hall of Fame
Liz Carpenter
Catholic, women religious in Texas
Lizzie Campbell
Cattle Brands
Cattle and ranching
Lila Cockrell
Catherine Coit
Com. building, miscellaneous
Leffler Corbitt
Ida Darden
Elizabeth Carpenter, diary, Plano
Fannie Breedlove Davis
Babe Didrikson
Clara Driscoll
Mrs. Joseph Dibrell
Katie Daffan
Willie Catherine Dawson, Panhandle
Susanna Dickinson
Entertainers, out takes
Ethnic women, miscellaneous
Mrs. Henry Exall
Rev. Sherry Fairchild
Helen Farabee
Florence Floore
German women
Ellen St. John Garwood
Johnnie Marie Grimes
Mary Ann "Molly" Goodnight
Terry Galloway
Kate Friend, club woman, Waco school founder, writer
Governor’s Commission for Women
Bette Graham
Edna Gladney, Fort Worth
Laura Hamner, Panhandle writer, historian
Harston, Mary Kyle
Mrs. Dilue Harris
Oveta Culp Hobby
Home economics
Willie House, Waco superintendent of schools, first librarian
Ela Hockaday
Dr. Mary Evelyn Huey
Bess Heard
Lizzie Johnson
Lady Bird Johnson
Junior League
Henrietta King
Helen Marr Kirby
Elithe Hamilton Kirkland
Mary Ann Goodnight
Goddess of Liberty atop Austin State Capitol, 1986
La Reunion
Jane Long, summaries of life
Jane Long, sources, bibliography, photos, etc.
Lady Longhorns
Mabel Day Doss Lea
Tad Lucas, rodeo champion
Jane Y. McCallum
Maura McNeil
Mary Maverick
Selma Metzenthin-Raunick
Mary Moody Northen
Elisabet Ney
Lula Pace, Waco, botanist, Baylor
Bonnie Parker
Katherine Ann Porter
Pauline Pipkin, pharmacist, owner, Pipkin Drugstore, Waco
Sophia Porter
Prison Reform
Mary Crownover Rabb
Marguerite Rawalt, attorney, Austin, Washington D.C.
Dorothy Renock, Waco journalist
Wendy Reves
Rich girls and women
Dr. Sally Ride
Girls Rodeo Association
Lorene Rogers
Runaway Scrape
San Jacinto battleground
Immigration, European and Anglo
Pioneer, particularly West Texas, frontier
Dorothy Scarborough
Myrtle Schreiner
Jean Andrew Smith
State Fair of Texas
Mrs. E. R. Stewart, Dalhart
Texanna, musical
Jessie Tate, attorney
Allie Tennant
Mrs. J. C. Terrell
Theatre, Women in American Theatre
Sadie Thornhill, San Antonio chili queen
Elizabeth Tomlinson, widow, 1826, farmer and stock raiser
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Women and their Work, advisory council
Women and the West, 1987
Women in communications
Mary Wilkes, Waco Club woman, Director woman’s department, Texas Cotton Palace
Mrs. Claude D. Van Watts
Edith Wilmans
Linda Gale White
Electra Waggoner
Kathy Whitmire
Amy White, East Texas
Margaret Wrught, 1789-1878, Victoria
Louise Wueste
Jean Lafitte
Women’s Studies Quarterly
2.325/C95 Women’s History Month proclamation, February 18, 1992
Sterne family, Jefferson, Texas
Kennedy Center, Washington D.C. June 1991
Partnership for Hope [San Antonio], information folder, 1991
Governor’s Commission for Women, correspondence, program information and guides, 1991-1992
2.325/E455a Textbooks, Texas History
Texas Foundation for Women’s Resources, long range Texas women’s history plan
Eakin Press
Education Service Center, Travis County Summer Institute, June 6, 1985
Sesquicentennial preview, outline
Social Studies, essential elements, grades 7 & 8, Texas
Masters, history quiz, overview, evaluation, 1865-1900, worksheets
Sample lesson plans
Texas State Historical Association, Summer Institute of Texas cultures, June 12, 1985
Evaluations, June 12, 1985
Evaluations, Region 13 presentation, June 6, 1985
Evaluation forms, Region 13, Education Service Center
History of Women overview
Texas Women’s History quiz
Blank evaluations
Texas history textbooks
Outline: Texas Women
Videocassette project, Melissa
Elizabeth Judge, Houston Broader Perspectives, reviewer of textbooks
2.325/F51.6 Texas Governor’s Commission for Women
2.325/K15 Dallas: women on School Board, 1908
Southern Association of Women Historians
Leon Rabin [clipping]
"The Return of the Kitchen Sisters" program, April, 1-28 1985
La Voz de Esperanza October, 1992
Women in Public Service 8th Annual Professional Development Conference, February, 25, 1993
Governor’s Committee for Women [binder]
Governor’s Committee for Women materials
Resources & Information for Women in State Government, January, 1993
Parity 2000: Achieving Equality for Women in High Education December, 1991
Box list by RW
Texas Women’s Hall of Fame program, 1993
GCW Citation
2.325/A34 Julia Lee Sinks (1817-1904), notes [undated]
Estelle Sharp, notes, 2003
Rape legislation, correspondence, 2002
Louise Raggio, news clipping, August 3, 2003
Anna Pennybacker, notes, 2003
Texas Congress of Mothers, notes, 2003
Categories of documents, letter, 2003
Maude J. Young, notes, [undated]
Mary Sophie Young, notes, [undated]
Angelina [Caddo Indian woman], letter, 2003
Amendments to U.S. Constitution, web page print, 2003
Emily K. Andrews Diary 1874, notes, 2003
Austin Woman Suffrage Association (1874-1915), notes, [undated]
Belton Sanctificationists, notes, 2003
Bexar Archives translations, notes, 2004
Margaret Armstrong Barrie, notes, [undated]
Eleanor Brackenridge, notes, 2003
Adele Steiner Burleson, notes, [undated]
Elizabeth Snappe, correspondence, 2003-2004
Colleagues [Elizabeth Snappe], correspondence, 2003-2004
Alice Colquitt, notes, 2003
Women’s Presbyterial of Central Texas, notes, [undated]
Dallas Women’s Club, letter, 2003
Dallas Pen Women, correspondence, 2003
Adina de Zavala, notes and correspondence, 2003
Mariana and Erminia Folsom, notes and correspondence, 2003
Lillian Gunter, notes, [undated] [undated]
New Handbook of Texas, entries on women, 1995
Ima Hogg, notes, [undated]
Mrs. W.J. Hildebrand, letter, 2003
Rebecca Hagarty, letter, 2003
Pearl Jackson, notes, [undated]
Adele Looscan, notes, [undated]
Laws, old, correspondence, 2003
Texas League of Women Voters, notes, 2003
Jane Legette Yelvington McCallum, clipping, [circa 2003]
Lizzie Scott Neblet, notes and correspondence, 2003
Elisabet Ney commissions for statues, notes, 2003
TSA, notes, [undated]
Texas Women’s Press Association, notes, [undated]
Texas Women’s Fair, Houston, 1919, letter, 2003
Bride Neill Taylor (1893-1937), notes, [undated]
Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs, letter, 2003
Elizabeth Snapp [Women Suffrage], draft timeline and notes, [undated]
[Black Women], draft timeline and notes
Tale of Contents [Texas Women], undated
Title [Texas Women?], undated
UDC [United Daughters of the Confederacy], notes, [undated]
Web Sites, letter, 2003
Women’s Christian Temperance Union
Bertie Williams diary, letter, 2003
Elise Waerenskjold, note, 2003
Bettie White, correspondence, 2003
Bernice Love Wiggins, letter, 2003
2.325/F83 Austin Women’s Political Caucus
Girl Scouts, events
Southern Association for Women Historians
Association for Women of the Mediterranean Region
American Association of University Women
Marion McNay
National Women’s Studies Association
Tenth Berkshire Conference on the History of Women
Book Woman
Jody Conradt
Dominique de Menil
Emily’s List
Greer Garson
Francis Goff
Grace Halsell
Houston Area Women’s Center
Emma Long
Sarah McClendon, news clipping
Military, news clippings
National Council for Research on Women
Bert Kruger Smith
Elena Poniatowska
Bess Whitehead Scott
Edna Gardner Whyte
Rebecca Raworth Williams
National Organization for Women, 1995
Suffrage activities, 1995
New Jewish Agenda
Texas Jewish Historical Society
People’s History in Texas
University of Texas women’s studies
Women historians in Texas, Waco conference
Women’s Legislative Days, 1995
Texas Book Festival
University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work
2.325/C98 San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair, October 1992
Second Olivet Missionary Baptist Church, 1982
Conference materials, Executive Women in Texas Government, November 23, 1992
Assorted printed materials, 1992-1993
2.325/C99 Victoria County Historical Commission, January 14, 1992
Printed materials: 1991-1992
Texas Pro-Choice Voter’s Guide, 1992
Texas State Health Plan, 1991-1992
Calendar, Jewish Art Calendar, 1992-1993
State Agency Council, 1991-1992
2.325/C100 Videotape, "Grandma was an Activist", [undated]
Photograph, Governor’s proclamation, Women’s History Month
Dee Seligman, "Ann Richards," 1987
American Way, "The Cowgirl Hall of Fame," by Kent Barker, August 15, 1993
List of relatives of honorees, "Texas Women" exhibit, 1981
Center for Research on Women and Public Policy
Jackson, women for
Assorted printed materials, 1989-1992
2.325/C127 Samuel Gompers Labor Day Celebration, booklet, 1982



2.325/F83 Speeches and Addresses:
Calendar of speeches, 1988
Speeches at various venues, 1983-1989
2.325/A118a Speeches in Texas, 1983-1985
2.325/A118b UT Dallas, March, 1984
4Ad66 Log [of] speeches, 1995
2.325/C90a Speeches at various venues, 1985-1995
2.325/J13 Speeches on black Texas women, 1993-1998
4Ad69 Speeches and notes for speeches, 1993-1996
Tejana and Hispanic women, speeches, 1986, 2002-2003
2.325/C130 Speech on Black and Hispanic women, rough draft and notes, [circa 1995]
2.325/A34 Speeches, 2000-2002
2.325/C128 Resumes and biographical information:
Resumes, 1987-2003
4Ad69 Biographical information, assorted, 1980-2001
Educational records, University of Texas at Dallas PhD program, 1976-1977
2.325/A156a Personal calendars:
2.325/C136 1995-1996
2.325/C95 1999
2.325/W68 Correspondence:
[circa 1960]-1983
2.325/F53b 1982-1988
2.325/A34 1996-2004
2.325/F53b Ann Richards:
2.325/G9 1985-1995
2.325/A34 2003
2.325/C90a State Agency Council [Governor’s Commission for Women]
2.325/C128 Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, 1987-2003
Donations, 1987-2003
Ruthe Winegarten Family Collection, 1999
I am Annie Mae records, 1999-2001
2.325/A34 Photocopy requests and charges, 2003
University of Texas Press, 2003
Harry Ransom Center, 2003
Grants, October-December, 2003
2.325/C130 Book sales and book stores, financial, 1986-1995
Book stores and distributors, 1983
Governor’s Council for Women, 1993
Rosegarden Press, 1986-1995
2.325/K15 Certificate, Texas Jewish Historical Society
2.325/W68 School year books, 1924, 1944-1946
Interview of Ruthe Winegarten, transcript, November 5, 2003
4Ad66 Business and book promotion:
UT Press:
Business, 1996-1998
Royalties, 1996-1999
Inventory, 1995, 1996
Promotional and travel expenses, [circa 1995]
4Ad68 Black Texas Women: Source Book Promotion David Cohen Report
Libraries that own Ruth Winegarten books
UT Press Business Stuff
Accounting – royalty statements – BTW – S.B.; Annie Mae; Brave Black Women
UT Press Kits, Review Copies list sent to
UT Press Publicity
LEAP, March 23, 3-5
Austin, Vic Grill, June 2
Austin LEAP
1986 Austin Publicity Party – Carver Texas Women: A Pictorial History
Austin Feb 12 Book Woman
Austin – Friends party, Feb 11, 1995
State Agency Council, March 31, 1995
WIC, March 20, 1996
Austin Junior League
COA, June 7, 1996
Bryan, February 4, 1996
Bookstores – AA
Dorothea Brown – ideas
Mrs. Laura Bush
1998 Clips
Cities – women featured
Cities breakdown Source Book
UT Dallas, Wednesday February 26, 1997
Dallas – June 15, 1996 EBJ: AAM
Dallas, 1996
Dallas SMU
Dallas MAALC 3-18
Dallas Black Images
Dallas Miscellaneous Contacts
Dallas Historical Society
Dallas Possible events
Fort Worth
Fort Hood, March 18-20, 1996
1996 flyers sent to women featured in BTW: 150 years
Galveston, 1997
Grayson County (Denison)
GCW Governor’s Commission on Women
Good Morning Texas
HAWC, 1997
Thursday July 18, 1996
Houston Borders, June 22
Houston Chronicle
Houston lists, June 1996
Houston Black Press
Houston events, 1996
Houston, May 5
Houston Alliance (AT&T) 2-28 or 2-23 Arva Howard
Houston Main Street Books
Houston Women’s Center 2-28
Houston defender
Houston NOW, February 1996
UH Clear Lake, March 16, 1996
Luci Baines Johnson
Kerrville, March 6
Labels from 1995 A/R Ledger Sheets
1996 Flyers sent to A/R Journal
Longview, February 8, 1996
Send flyers to …
Media List From Winsome dated February 1995
Mailing list
Robin Morgan
Prairie View
PR Texas Women: A Pictorial History
Press Releases October 25 Alamo DRT, BTW, San Antonio
Links/UTSA book signing
San Antonio Bexar County Women’s Bar Association
San Antonio Public Library Oct, Nov 1996 "It’s Us" multicultural exhibit
San Antonio List
San Antonio
Progressive Women, San Antonio
San Angelo
San Marcos
Speech Possibilities, 1995
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Minority Staff Workers
Texas A&M University, March 22, 1996
Texas Southern University
University of Houston, Clear Lake
What Others Say
2.325/A33 Al [Texas Women’s University]
Promotional materials and news clippings, 1982-1984
Texas Women’s University exhibit opening, April 1983
[Texas women’s history scrapbook], 1984-1985
Houston Post [Texas Foundation for Women’s Resources], promotional materials and news clippings, 1983-1984
[Women for Change Center, Dallas], news clippings, 1975
[National Conference on Women and the Law], 1978-1979
Book covers and ephemera, 1995-1996
Clips [press clippings], 1995-1997
2.325/A34 Gov. Ann Richards, PR release
Capitol Women, press releases, [circa 2000]
Book covers
Marketing BDW [Black Dallas Women]
Texas Historical Commission, 2004
Clips [press clippings], 1995
Women’s Way [clipping], 1995
Clips, Black Women’s book
2.325/C95 Book covers
2.325/B64 Audio cassette tapes:
"Grandma Was an Activist"
Olive Graham Interview, March 8, 1995
3X39 Video tapes [VHS]:
Barbara Jordan, January 1996
Barbara Jordan, September 1995
3X40 "I am Annie Mae"
2.325/F265 "I am Annie Mae Pearlman"
"It’s Your Future" with Annie Mae Hunt and Ruthe Winegarten, 1987
Women’s issues and events, 1985-1990
3S19 Photographs:
Ruthe Winegarten, portrait photographs for book promotion, 1988-1998
Barbara Jordan, Houston Chronicle prints
Interview with Barbara Jordan, September 12, 1995
Labor Day Samuel Gompers Celebration, September 6, 1982
American Nazi Party demonstration, Dallas, 1967
Peace demonstration, Dallas, 1967
North Texas Female College calisthenics class, 1894
Texas State Capitol, Women’s History Month proclamation, March 1, 1991
Gutsy Texas Women display, [undated]
2.325/J14 Ann Richards, 1983-1986
"I Am Annie Mae," photographs and negatives, 1980-1990
2.325/W69 "I Am Annie Mae" promotional photographs and negatives, 1987-1991
3T403h Panorama, staff of the Defense Research Laboratory, University of Texas at Austin, May, 1967
3R193 Computer media (Restricted)
Computer disk, : 1985
One 5" floppy
Disc, H-E-B, 1994
Mary Butt Oral History, one 5" floppy
Discs, : 2002
3.5" floppy discs:
Chron. org. of doc. hist. A
Doc. Hist, 1870-1920, 8/1/2003
Lone Star Women update, Revisions
A History of Women in Texas, letter to colleague
Winegarten, Wilson, 10/11/2002
Poems, July 2001
Doc. Hist. of Texas Women
Notes, Women in Texas, labor video, 8/21/01
G AR Revision, Marc and Ruthe’s notes and changes, 2001
3R193 In every school
Ruthe Winegarten interviewed by Martha Norkunas [2 CDs], Nov-Dec, 2003
3S105b Negatives
Winegarten Family Collection (3 envelopes)
3Y129 Barbara Jordan, Houston Chronicle negatives
"I Am Annie Mae," production paste-up negative, 1987
Assorted negatives, [circa 1990]
2.116/OD1223d Oversize:
Texas Book Festival, 1997
Black Texas Women 150 Years of Trial and Triumph (Book Jacket)
Black Texas Women 150 Years of Trial and Triumph (Order Form)
"I am Annie Mae" Musical posters (2)
Las Tejanas, 300 Years of History, A symposium 2003
Poster, Women in Texas Week, September 14-20, 1986
2.325/D4d Posters, political and cultural events, [circa 1995]
Book covers, 1988-1998
2.325/D14b Posters, black women event, 1998
2.325/D20b Scrapbook of news clippings, 1948-1952
2.325/V53 Women's events posters
2.325/D1b Call to first meeting for women’s suffrage, Dallas News, May 1, 1893
2.325/D32a Posters, women's events, 1991, 1997
3S133 Newspapers, large photostats, [circa 1930-1965]



4Zf5.1A, 4Zf5.6F Artifact Collection



2P18 Research Files (Clippings, excerpts, facsimiles of original documents, notes, etc.)
Brown vs. Board of Education-Austin, 1994
Church Research, 1993-1998
Civil Rights Act of 1964, 1994
Cheryll Cody, "Kin and Community Among the Good Hope People," 1994
Patricia Hill Collins
B. Ann Rodgers, AA Seminole Women
Who’s Who Among Black Americans, 1990-1991
Yetman, Voices from Slavery
YWCA-Other Cities Beside Dallas and Houston, 1991
Ada Simond
Stokely Carmichael
Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs
Texas Association of Women’s Clubs, 1990-1997
Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, "Teaching History of Black Women", 1981
Ada Anderson, "From the Ice Palace to the Austin Human Rights Commission," 1992-1997
Austin History Center-Black Material, 1979
Beeth & Wintz, Black Dixie: Afro-Texas History & Culture in Houston
Black Seminoles, 1999
Rose Brewer, 1980
Joshua Houston, 1974
Juneteenth, 1994-1998
Silvia King
Kwanzaa, 1998
Labor Unions-early (Arneson’s work), 1996
Mary Miller
Dr. Mary S. Moore, Galveston
Emily Morgan, 1999
Fanny Norflet, 1985
Rosa Parks, 1999
Phylicia Rashad, 1993-1996
Barr, Paper on Texas Black History Sources
John Biggers, 1995
Black History Month, 1994
Black Memorabilia, 1995
Paul Boggs-Dell, 1998
Buffalo Soldiers, 1997
Camp Long, 1995
Annie Campbell Cornell, 1991-1996
James Farmer, 1999
Galveston-Rosenberg Library
Galveston, 1994
Lizzie (Eliz) Granger
Alma Gunter, 1990-1991
Harlem Renaissance, 1999
Bibliography, 1991
Black Web Sites
Books, 1996-1999
Debbie Allen
Vivian Ayers Allen
Ada Anderson, 1999
Milly Anderson
Attorneys-Black Women
Austin-Delta Sigma Theta Pictorial History of Austin, Travis County, Texas
Brazoria County Historical Museum
Art & Artists
Correspondence, 1995
Literary Productions
Kian Long (article & research) published in Nokoa, 1991
Unpublished Manuscript, Tildy and the Golden Earrings



2P18 Literary Productions
Unpublished Book (regarding Winegarten Family History)
Biographical and Family Research Files A-K
2P19 Biographical and Family Research Files L-Z
Lewin Family History
Notes & Family Histories
Texas Commission on the Arts/Writers’ League of Texas, African-American First Families of Texas: 1836-1976
Project Notes, Drafts, Correspondence, 2002-2003
Assorted Correspondence, Notes and Clippings, circa 1980s-1990s
UTA School of Social Work
Ann Richards-Letters of Recommendation, 1978-2000
Debbie-Annie Mae Hunt Stuff, 1986-2002
Clippings, 1970
Political Paranoia Songs (Richards Inaugural), 1991
Oral History Forms, Info, Etc., 1992
Mary Beth Rogers, 1998
Homer Rainey, 1996
Support Material for Resumes, 1977-1982
Personnel Materials, 1946-1976
We Can Fly, 1982
Ruthe Winegarten Press Clippings, 1970-1975
Mother Goddess Party
2P20 Sanders, 1964-1968
Sexuality-Roles, 19th century articles
Writings, P.R. Work, 1972-1974
UTA School of Social Work-Miscellaneous, 1968-1970
Texas Women’s History Project (TWHP)-Traveling Shows-Flyers
Telephone Log Form
Welter, Barbara "The Cult of True Womanhood, 1820-1860"
Speeches by Winegarten, Report to Bonner, 1983
National Association of Social Workers (NASW), 1962
New York Trip, 1979
Womyn Speak Collection & Womyn in Sexist Hell (WISH), 1984
Assorted Emails, Memorial Program, Brochures, Business Cards, Bookmark, etc., 2000-2004
Literary Productions:
Texas Tech, 1998-2000
UT Press, First African American Families, 2000-2002
UT Press, Black Texas Women, 1991-1992
UT Press, I Am Annie May, 1993-2001
Eakin Press, Texas Women: A Pictorial History, 1984-1995
Hall-Winegarten Contract, 1978
UT Press, Black Texas Women: A Source Book, 1993-1994
UT Press, Women in the Texas Legislature, Capitol Women, 1996-1998
DreamWorks, 1998
Memoirs Contract, 1995-1997
I Am Annie Mae, 1983
I Am Annie Mae Musical, 1987-1988
Copyright Law
Ann Richards: Texas State Treasurer, 1983
Political Paranoia, 1963-2006
Royalty Correspondence, 2003
Las Tejanas Awards, 2003
Kathleen Huston, 2004
Ruthe Winegarten’s Portfolio (includes clippings, writings, and ephemera), circa 1970s
Research Note cards-contacts and notes
"Frito Lay and NCNW Salute Black Women Who Make It Happen," 1986
"Jewish Enigma- E Pluribus Unum?" BBC, 1993
Audio Cassette Tape:
Rehearsal of Political Paranoia for Ann Richards Inauguration, 1991
2P21 Photographs
Wedding Album, Stanley Schneider & Ruthe Winegarten, 1986
Political Paranoia Album, 1963
2P22 Personal:
Sarajevo Winter Olympics & Greece, 1984
Memorial to R.W. written by Debbie Winegarten, Austin American-Statesman, August 26, 2008
Books (Working copies of books Ruthe Winegarten wrote or contributed to)
Citizens At Last, A. Elizabeth Taylor, Ed. Ruthe Winegarten, 1987
Las Tejanas: 300 Years of History, Acosta and Winegarten, 2003
Black Texas Women: A Sourcebook, Winegarten, 1996
Black Texas Women: 150 Years of Trial and Triumph, Winegarten, 1995
Finder’s Guide to the Texas Women: A Celebration of History Exhibit Archives, Ed. Winegarten, 1984
Texas Women’s History Project: Bibliography, Ed. Winegarten, 1980
Governor Ann Richards & Other Texas Women from Indians to Astronauts, 1993
Literary Productions:
Draft & Correspondence for Texas Women: A Celebration of History, 1996
2.325/D20b Oversize:
Diplomas, UT Arlington & UT Austin
I Am Annie Mae musical production poster
Article, Dallas Times Herald, 1969
Dallas High School diploma, 1946
Stages Repertory Theatre 1989 season poster
2.325/G228 Personal
Medical Records, [Restricted] 2003-2004
Posters (depicting women and African-American art)