A Guide to the Ernest Langford Papers, 1887-1963
Ernest Langford was born in May 30, 1891. He was a former A&M student who served as the College of Architecture department head from 1929 to 1956. Langford is also revered as one of the founding fathers of College Station; he was instrumental in the city’s founding, served on the city council for two years, and was mayor until retiring in 1965. Langford died in 1981 in College Station, Texas.
“Ernest Langford”, College of Architecture, Texas A&M University (http://archcomm.arch.tamu.edu/archive/news/fall2006/langfordBio.html), accessed November 30, 2015
The Ernest Langford Papers, 1887-1963, comprise a minute book, catalogue and narratives documenting some aspects of the history of Burnet County, specifically, the high school at Bertram, and the area around what is now known as Briggs.
This collection is open for research use.
Ernest Langford Papers, 1887-1963, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
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