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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

John Frost Woodhull Papers

University of Texas San Antonio

A Guide to the John Frost Woodhull Papers, 1933-1944



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Woodhull, John Frost
Title: John Frost Woodhull Papers
Dates: 1933, 1936-1944
Creator Abstract: John Frost Woodhull was a San Antonian and the great-grandson of Thomas C. Frost.
Content Abstract: The collection consists of documents containing information about John Frost Woodhull’s youth.
Identification: MS 207
Extent: 0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Language: English
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Biographical Sketch

John Frost Woodhull was born on March 10, 1930 to Holland Sharpe and Frost Woodhull. He is the great-grandson of Thomas C. Frost, founder of Frost Bank. Frost Woodhull was the son of Lula Frost and Josiah Townsend Woodhull; Lula Frost was daughter of Thomas C. Frost and his first wife Bertie Eastland Roberts. John grew up in San Antonio, attending Travis Elementary School and Mark Twain Middle School. In 1939, his father passed away. John and his mother attended Christ Episcopal Church, and the family’s home was located on Howard Street. John graduated from Texas Military Institute in 1948 and Texas A&M University in 1952. After graduation he served in the U.S. Army as a 2nd Lieutenant in Korea for two years. He married Louise Kessler McManus, with whom he had three children: John Frost Jr., Mary Holland, and Margaret Louise. John passed away on April 16, 2001.

Sources:

Obituary for John Frost Woodhull, San Antonio Express-News, April 20, 2001.

Woodhull, Mary Gould and Francis Bowes Stevens. Woodhull Genealogy: The Woodhull Family in England and America. (Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates and Co., 1904), 267-68.

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Scope and Content Note

The collection predominantly contains documents from John Frost Woodhull’s youth, including report cards from elementary and middle school, his tetanus shot record, graduation announcements and congratulations, and name cards. The collection also contains a blueprint for the Woodhull home, and confirmation certificates for John and his mother Holland Sharpe Woodhull from St. Mark’s Church in San Antonio.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is housed at UTSA's Main Campus and must be accessed via the John Peace Library Special Collections reading room. To request access, please use the Collections Request Form.

Use Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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Index Terms

Persons
Woodhull, John Frost
Woodhull, Holland Sharpe
Subjects
Family--Texas--San Antonio.
Schools--Records and correspondence.
Places
San Antonio (Tex.)
Genres/Formats
Blueprints (reprographic copies)
Church records
Report cards
School records
Local Subjects
Family Collections
San Antonio History

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Related Material

UTSA Special Collections also holds the Anacacho Ranche Collection (MS 131), which contains records documenting the business dealings of John Frost Woodhull’s grandfather, Josiah Townsend Woodhull, and Josiah’s brother Oliver Jones Woodhull, who jointly owned and operated Anacacho Ranche.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John Frost Woodhull Papers, MS 207, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Received in 2005 (Acc. 2005-080).

Processing Information

Processed by China Whitby, Graduate Student Clerk, and Katie Rojas, Manuscripts Archivist, December 2019.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

John Frost Woodhull Papers

Box Folder
1 1 John Frost Woodhull Papers, 1933, 1936-1944

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