Henry L. Hummel, Jr. World War I Collection
- TxAM-CRS C000483
- 1915-1919; Undated
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Henry L. Hummel, Jr. World War I Collection
Herbert Winfield Cumming Collection
This collection contains black and white personal photographs taken by Herbert Winfield Cummings, Texas A&M College class of 1941, and several photocopies of military records regarding Cummings disappearance in Europe during World War II (1943).
High Schools "Publications Workshop" Collection
This collection includes yearbooks from several workshops with pictures of participants, staff, etc..., workshop publications, and other materials dating from 1959-1969.
Houston Area Research Center (HARC) Records
This collection consists of the following materials:
Houston Texas A&M University Mothers' Club
Howard and Imogene Chamberlain Collection
This collection contains a note from the desk of Howard and Imogene Chamberlain, a dealer application from Sporty’s shops, copies of Sporty’s Pilot Shop magazine from October to January 1993 and February to May 1991, and a binder full of Private Pilot Student records.
Chamberlain, Imogene K.
This collection contains correspondence related to the Texas A&M veterinarian, Hubert Schmidt, along with notes on fellow veterinarian Mark Frances, veterinary books, and translations, along with Texas A&M College memorabilia. This collection contains a "T" certificate from Hubert Schmidt’s time as a member of the Texas A&M College football team from 1906-1908. This collection also contains veterinary publications and notes related to Hubert Schmidt and Mark Francis.
This collection consist of correspondence, telegrams, notes, reports, speeches, newspaper clippings, and publications which span most of Trotter's career in Agricultural Education.
Some periods are much better documented than are others. Materials for the period before 1936 include some leaflets, a few letters, circulars and clippings, and one pamphlet. Trotter's move from Missouri to Texas is well documented in letters, bills, and telegrams, but his transfer to Agricultural Extension and then to the Graduate School at Texas A&M College in College Station, Texas are poorly covered. Most of the available information is in the newspaper clippings. Both moves were made during periods of controversy. Hopefully additional documentation can be found elsewhere in the records of Texas A&M University.
Trotter's activities as Director of Extension and Dean of the Graduate School at Texas A&M College should be fairly well covered in the records of those two offices. Unfortunately his personal papers conatain very little information on them. The only documentation on Trotter's two periods of foreign service is in the reports he wrote on his cotton surveys in 1948. Some special activities such as service on the Postwar Planning Committee and participation in Rural Church Conference are fairly well documented.
Trotter, Ide Peebles
Institute of Statistics Technical Reports (#17-20)
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Research Centers of Excellence Publications
This collection consists of one 5" box and includes:
International Southern Ocean Studies (ISOS) Records
Irene "Mom" Claghorn Scrapbooks
Three scrapbooks filled with photographs and mementos dating from the early 1900s through the 1940s.
Irvin M. Atkins "Water Mills of Texas" Manuscript
This collection includes the manuscript, Water Mills of Texas on early agriculture, and one personal letter to David Schultz from Dudley T. Smith explaining the manuscript contents.
The manuscript, unfortunately, was not completed or published before Atkins's passing and was his last major project among his many great histories. It remains unedited and "Contains considerable information about early agriculture, the use of horsepower and mechanization, and the processing of wheat and other grains into flour. The photographs are unique and the text gives insights into early foundations of industrialization in Texas- mostly along "fall lines" where numerous rivers in Texas dropped in elevation and water power could be harnessed."
The manuscript totals 69 pages, bibliography included, with the first-page giving a perspective about the paper and its goals.
Atkins, Irvin M.
Atkins, Irvin M.
This collection contains papers of Dr. J. Oscar Morgan who was a Professor of Agronomy at A & M College of Texas in the early 1900s. Few exact dates could be identified, but some of the papers are dated around 1911-1912.
There is no information about whether these papers were ever published as articles, or whether they were used only in the classroom.
This collection contains clippings, news articles, and photographs of J. R. Cole, Sr., as well as the resources that he used to write his autobiography (included). Also included is correspondence from J. R. Cole, Jr. and correspondence between the archives and donors.
Cole, James Reid, 1839-1917
This collection contains class notes and workbooks from J. V. Morton relating to Agricultural Engineering and Economics.
Morton, J. V.
This collection includes photographs, correspondence, sketches, and certifications for Nagle, who was a professor at the College of Texas A&M from 1890 to 1913. This collection spans from 1882 to 1927 along with a later article written in 1967 about Nagle.
Nagle, J. C. (James C.), 1865-1927
James C. Nagle Photograph Album
The James C. Nagle Photographic Album is a Kodak album containing photographs of Texas A&M College campus, circa 1900.
Nagle, J. C. (James C.), 1865-1927
James Earl Rudder '32 Collection
The collection spans the life of James Earl Rudder. The bulk (1944-1970) of the materials roughly correspond to the chronology of James Earl Rudder's life, with additional materials collected mainly by his wife, Margaret Rudder. The collection includes materials from Rudder’s time in the service during WWII, clippings from newspapers, as well as posters, magazine issues, memorabilia, and Rudder’s awards.
Rudder, James Earl, 1910-1970
This scrapbook contains materials from Gibson's time as a student at A&M College.
Gibson, James G.
James H. Copp Photographic Collection
This collection consists of photographs taken by Dr. James H. Copp, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Texas A&M University. The photographs consist of approximately 1,600 8 x 10-inch black and white photographic prints taken of Bryan and College Station, Texas and the campus of Texas A&M during the 1970s and 1980s. In addition there are approximately 775 35 mm slides of the 1980s oil boom in Central Texas.
This collection consists of three letters from James Hart Davis, who was attending Texas A&M College at the time, to his sister Martha Powe Davis (great grandmother of the donors for these letters), his father Judge N[athaniel] H[art] Davis, and to his uncle J. R. Davis.
This collection contains articles written by James Russell Couch from his duration at Texas A&M as professor of Poultry and Nutrition Science. The articles relate to Poultry and Nutrition science and range from 1950 to 1974.
Couch, James Russell
James T. Danklefs Corregidor Muster Collection
This collection contains correspondence, photographs, a signed Douglas MacArthur address regarding the 1946 Corregidor Muster, and a Texas A&M Manilla club roster from March 1946.
This collection consists of documents, daybooks, and photographs pertaining to the life of Jay Martin Poole, whose dedication to academic libraries brought him to Sterling C. Evans Library at Texas A&M University for many years, working as both library administration and a librarian consultant. The majority of the collection are letters written and received by Poole, both personal and professional. Another large portion of the collection contains daybooks and agendas, in which Poole kept an extensive log of his daily activities from 1963 to 1993. Jay's librarian background has given us an incredibly informative record of his life, his personality, and his experiences. A few significant topics and references represented in the collection are the GLBT community, collection and bibliographic services, CHOICE Magazine, academic librarian work, Texas A&M University, Sterling C. Evans Library, the University of Texas at Austin, The College of Santa Fe, Univerisity of California at Irvine, and genealogical records.
Poole, Jay Martin
This collection consists of one notebook (housed in a phase box), measuring approximately 10 x 8 inches, containing 49 leaves of machine ruled paper, in cloth over cardboard covers, which was manufactured with two-hole punched metal fasteners.
The front cover design shows: at the top "…A. & M. COLLEGE…, COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS"; in the center, a black and white picture depicting the Old Main building on the Texas A & M College campus, measuring 4.5 x 4 inches; below picture, "Department of" with a ruled space filled in by hand with ink the word "Horticulture," and "Name" with a ruled space filled in by hand in ink with the name "Jess Easterwood."; at center bottom, "PUBLISHED BY, W. M. WELCH MFG. COMPANY, 100 LAKE ST., CHICAGO, WELCH'S PATENT AUTOMATIC FASTENER." The name "EASTERWOOD" and other initials, etc. are scrawled in ink or pencil on the front cover as well.
Most of the notebook's leaves are filled in on the recto page only with class notes written by hand in either pencil or ink, labeled as taken from lectures. A few pages are filled with scrawled names and phrases, repeated over and over, the phrases usually in some way related to the lecture notes, but often just variations on Easterwood's name or initials.
One exception found on leaf 19 is the beginnings of a draft letter, dated January 25, 08, to his father, noting that Easterwood has been recently ill for a "protracted" period of time. Lecture notes in roughly the first half of the notebook pertain to Animal Husbandry [l. 1-14; l. 15-18 & 20 are blank], especially causes, symptoms, and treatment of conditions such as colic, heaves, constipation, dysentery, catarrh of stomach and bowels in livestock, while the latter half are concerned with a class labeled "Horticulture 4" [l. 21-49; the top half of l. 45 is torn out], particularly the cultivating of fruit trees and the marketing of their produce.
Aside from presenting an interesting taste of curriculum offerings at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College in the early twentieth century, some of the notebook's scrawled asides give a quite colorful glimpse into the mind of a restless and enterprising cadet straying from the lecture in progress.
Easterwood, Jesse L., 1888-1919
This collection contains materials from Jernigan who was a faculty member at Texas A&M College.
This collection contains telegrams, correspondence, and photographs of Joel Hunt, who played Quarterback for the Texas A&M Football team from 1925 to 1927. The items appear to be from Joel Hunt’s scrapbook that was disassembled into this collection.
Hunt, Oliver J.
This collection includes stories, personal correspondence, letters, and rough drafts written by Sterns.
Sterns, John B.
John C. Adams Muster Speeches Book
This collection includes muster speeches given from 1945-1984, including introductions and biographies.
Adams, John C.
This collection contains materials from Flipse during his time with the Department of Coastal and Ocean Engineering at Texas A&M.
This collection contains Texas Bar Association meeting minutes, journals, and a handbook. Also included are worksheets and class notes related to Sandstedt's Management class at Texas A&M.
Sandstedt, John L.
This collection consists of term papers, course handouts, folklore fieldnotes, news clippings, a report, a document, maps, photographs, materials about folksingers, pamphlets on wildlife, materials about vaudeville and North Carolina, the information given to Dr. Anderson on Texas, correspondence, and information on The Texas Folklore Society and The John A. Lomax Folklore Society.
The majority of the material is from Dr. John Q. Anderson's students at Texas A&M. Dr. Anderson assigned his students to write term papers on folklore from many locales, including Texas. Because Dr. Anderson felt that some of these student papers were so exceptional, he collected, edited, and had them published in a book he titled, Texas Lore: A Collection of Student Papers on Texas Folklore. As additional information on some of the term papers, some of the students gave Dr. Anderson information on North Carolina, and Billy Arlington and Co. Dr. Anderson also requested that his students collect information on folklore by interviewing people and recording this information in fieldnotes. The information was gathered and is represented in the collection on topics including folk medicine, games, children's lore, folk beliefs, folk sayings, proverbs, rhymes, riddles, tree and plant lore, and Aggie lore.
Along with interviews and fieldnotes contributed by the students, many news clippings were collected, mostly relating to Texas and pertaining to people, places, folk medicine, folk singers, folk games, folklore book reviews, anthropology, superstitions, magic, and etymology. Also present is one document on folk medicine, an article on folksinger Joan Baez, a few articles on certain Texas counties, and special editions of some Texas newspapers.
Other materials include correspondence between Dr. John Q. Anderson and the Texas Folklore Society or the John A. Lomax Society, and with people interested in folklore. There is also information about meetings and conferences to be held by the Texas Folklore Society, including a program that Dr. Anderson sponsored at Texas A&M for the John A. Lomax Society.
Anderson, John Q.
Johnnie Roscoe Taylor Scrapbook