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23/1
Keller, David H. Life Everlasting. Newark: Avalon, 1947

23/2
Lunacon, convention program book. 1994

23/3
MagiCon, 50th World Science Fiction Convention program book. 1992

23/4
"SaM - Fan Forever by Dave Kyle". Mimosa 21. December 1997 (copy printed from jophan.org 2004)

23/5
"Introduction, Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction". 1965 (copy)

23/6
Letter to Ned Brooks. October 24, 1980 (copy)

23/7
"Science Fiction a Cult", Newark Sunday News. April 13, 1947 (copy)

23/8
"Seeks Faster-Than-light Travel - Truck Driver Annoyed by Limits of Science" by Robert Mason. Newark Sunday News. April 15, 1951 (copy)

23/9
Morse, A. Reynolds. The New Dimensions of M.P. Shiel. August 5, 1978

23/10
"On Conventions", New Fandom v.1, no.1. September-October 1938 (copy)

23/11
"Climax", and "Coming Events Cast Their Shadows". New Fandom, v.1, No. 5. July 1939 (copy)

23/12
"In the Groove". New Fandom, v.2, no.1. April 1940

23/13
"The President's Message". New Fandom, v.2, No. 2. May 1940 (copy)

23/14
"Gone are the Days". The New Science-Fiction Collector, v.3, no.2. September 1937 (copy)

23/15
"The Inscrutable American Angle". New Worlds. (copy)

23/16
"Heinlein and Me". Originally published in NIEKAS #33. 1985 (copy printed from online 2005)

23/17
"Heinlein, Moskowitz, and Me" by Alexei Panshin. Originally published in NIEKAS #35. 1987 (copy printed from online 2004)

23/18
"Butting Budrys' Butt: Fiction versus Fact", by Moskowitz. From NIEKAS 36. Undated (Photocopy)

23/19
"After All These Years...Sam Moskowitz on His Science Fiction Career". Niekas #43a. 1991

23/20
Noreascon Three Program. 47th World Science Fiction Convention. 1989

23/21
The OAK-ERB Feud. 1969

23/22
"Proposal and Resume that Convinced Hugo Gernsback that He Should Issue Science Fiction Plus". Outworlds 60. April 1991 (includes separate pages of Moskowitz's piece)

23/23
"John Giunta: Life and Death of an Illustrator". Outworlds 62. January 1992

23/24
"Peace and Olaf Stapledon, an editorialized report". Spring 1950 (copy)

23/25
"The Birth of Science Fiction History by Sam Moskowitz, The Immortal Historian". Pioneers of Wonder. 1999 (copy)

23/26
"The Private History of a Rescue that Failed" by Laurence Manning and Sam Moskowitz. Published in Pioneers of Wonder. 1999 (copy)

23/27
Letter to Lee Hoffman. Quandry 15. November 1951 (copy printed from FANAC 2004)

23/28
"Retired QFFI Editor and SF Historian Sam Martin, 1920-97, Dies in Newark". Quick Frozen Foods International, v.39, no.1. July 1997 (copy)

23/29
"The Rise and Fall of the First Gernsback Empire, Part One", by Moskowitz, with handwritten edits. Undated

23/30
"The Real Earth Satellite Story". Satellite Science Fiction, v.1, no.5. June 1957 (copy)

23/31
"Tennessee Williams, Boy Wonder". Satellite Science Fiction, v. 2, no.1. October 1957 (copy)

23/32
"Around the Worlds with Jules Verne". Satellite Science Fiction, v.2, no.3. February 1958 (copy)

23/33
"The Wonders of H. G. Wells". Satellite Science Fiction, v.2, no.4. April 1958 (copy)

23/34
"The Fabulous Fantasist". Satellite Science Fiction, v.2, no.5. June 1958 (copy)

23/35
"The Sons of Frankenstein". Satellite Science Fiction, v.2, no.6. August 1958 (copy)

23/36
"The Amazing Edgar Rice Burroughs". Satellite Science Fiction, v.3, no.1. October 1958 (copy)

23/37
"The Prophetic Edgar Allan Poe". Satellite Science Fiction, v.3, no.2. December 1958 (copy)

23/38
"Arthur Conan Doyle: A Study in Science Fiction". Satellite Science Fiction. v.3, no.3. February 1959 (copy)

23/39
"Cyrano de Bergerac: Swordsman of Space". Satellite Science Fiction, v.3, no.4. March 1959 (copy)

23/40
Fantasy in Review, "Star of the Unborn". Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction #1. April 1948 (copy)

23/41
Fantasy in Review, "Adventures in Time & Space". Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction #2. July 1948 (copy)

23/42
Fantasy in Review, "The Opener of the Way". Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction #3. October 1948 (copy)

23/43
Fantasy in Review, "Life Everlasting & Other Tales". Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction #4. January 1949 (copy)

23/44
"All Our Yesterdays Have Light, Fool…". Science Fiction Age, v.1, no.1 (2x). September 1960 (2x originals)

23/45
"Sam Moskowitz, Scholar of the Sense of Wonder" by Joe De Bolt. Science Fiction Dialogues. 1981 (2 copies)

23/46
"Pilgrim's Progress: Prelude and Postscript to the Publication of J. O. Bailey's Pilgrims Through Space and Time" by Sam Moskowitz. Science Fiction Diaglogue. (copy)

23/47
"A Commentary on The Immortal Storm, by Ed Wood". Science Fiction Digest. September 1952 (copy printed from FANAC 2009)

23/48
"The Fantasist's Fabulous Guide" by Sam Moskowitz. Printed from Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazine Index 2005 (Copy)

23/49
"Fire When Ready, Critic. The Strange Business Attitude of the Science Fiction Industry, a discussion… in four parts". The Science Fiction Industry.

23/50
"Did Science Fiction Predict Atomic Energy?" by Robert A. Madle and Same Moskowitz. Science Fiction Quarterly, v. 2, no. 1. November 1952 (copy)

23/51
"The Early Coinage of 'Science Fiction'". Science-Fiction Studies, 10 (v.3, part 3). November 1976 (copy)

23/525
"The Frome Finale". Science-Fiction Studies, 12 (1985): 347-348. (copy)

23/53
"Nils Frome in the Golden Atom". Science-Fiction Studies, 13 (1986): 97 - 108.

23/54
"Canada's Pioneer Science-Fantasy Magazine". Science-Fiction Studies, 17 (1990): 84 - 92.

23/55
"On the Origins of Ralph 124C 41+". Science-Fiction Studies, 23 (1996): 315-317. (copy)

23/56
"The First College-Level Course in Science Fiction". Science-Fiction Studies #70 (v.23, part 3). November 1996 (copy printed from depauw.edu 2004)

23/57
"Sam Moskowitz, 1920-1997". Science-Fiction Studies, 24 (1997): 361. (copy)

23/58
"Notes and Correspondence on the SFS Obituary for Sam Moskowitz". Science-Fiction Studies, 24 (1997): 524-535. (copy)

23/59
"30 Years Ago Today". Guest Editorial, Science-Fiction Times. vol. X Minus 1 - No. 1. December 1929 (copy)

23/60
"Science Fiction Market Survey 1956". Science-Fiction Times. 1957 (copy)

23/61
"All Our Yesterdays Have Light, Fool…". Science-Fiction Times (19th Anniversary Issue, pp. 11-15). 1960 (copy)

23/62
"Science Fictionists on Radio & TV". Science-Fiction Times, v.16, no.8. April 1961 (copy)

23/63
"The Lost Chord" by Sam Moskowitz. Science and Sorcery. 1953 (copy)

23/64
"Mad World". Scienti-Snaps. (copy)

23/65
Letter, "27 May 1969, SF Commentary". SFC Reprint, pp. 86-87. August 1969 (copy) with related article, "Research in Progress", Science-Fiction Studies, 5 (1978): pp. 88. (copy)

23/66
"Pilgrim's Progress: Prelude and Postscript to the Publication of J. O. Bailey's Pilgrims Through Space and Time" by Sam Moskowitz. Supplement, SFRA Newsletter #97. December 1981 (copy)

23/67
Morse, A. Reynolds. The Shielography Update: An Essay on M.P. Shiel. A Copy for Sam Moskowitz, July 29, 1978. Signed by Morse July 31, 1978

23/68
"In Memoriam: Sam Moskowitz 1920-1997". SIGMA, the official newsletter of PARSEC, #136. May 1997 (2 copies)

23/69
"The Face of Facts", Sky Hook 14. Summer 1952

23/70
"Sam Moskowitz Reports". Sky Hook 16, pp. 45-57. Winter 1952-1953 (copy)

23/71
"What is a Science Fiction Fan?". Sky Hook 19. Autumn 1953. (copy)

23/72
"Anatomy of a Collection: The Sam Moskowitz Collection", by Moskowitz. From Special Collections 2 #1/2 (Fall/Winter 1982).

23/73
"I Remember Derleth". Starship: The Magazine about Science Fiction, v.18, no. 1, whole #41, Spring 1981 (2 copies)

23/74
Isaac Asimov's Foundation, The Stars Like Dust. 1963 (copy)

23/75
Moskowitz, Sam. Strange Horizons. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1976.

23/76
"Inside Madle - A Fan For All Seasons". SunCon, 35th World Science Fiction Convention program book. 1977

23/77
Terrors of the Sea. Preface. 1996 (Copy)

23/78
The Sense of Wonder by Sam Moskowitz. Introduction in Three Stories by Murray Leinster, Jack Williamson, and John Wyndham. 1967 (copy)

23/79
"The Ultimate Hugo Gernsback" by Sam Moskowitz. Introduction to Ultimate World. 1971 (copy)

23/80
University of Iowa Request by Hal Hall with copies of email correspondence. May 2009

23/81
"Williamson and the Academic Reviewe"r. WSFA Journal. no. 84. December 1974 (typed copy)

23/82
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 1. Spring 1945

23/83
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 2. September 1945

23/84
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 3, with "Mr. Derleth, We Presume" by Sam Moskowitz. October 1945

23/85
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 4. December 1945

23/86
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 5. April 1946

23/87
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 6. June 1946

23/88
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 7. September 1946

23/89
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). No. 8, December 1946

23/90
Vampire, by Joseph Charles Kennedy (Joe Kennedy). Final Issue, No. 9. June 1947

23/91
"William Hope Hodgson - The Final Years". Weird Tales, v.47, no.3, Winter 1973

23/92
"Sam Moskowitz". Wikipedia. Printed 2006

23/93
World Fantasy Convention (Program book). 1983.

23/94
"And Still They Come", a reply to "Why NYC Shouldn't Have a World Convention. Yet Another Amateur Publication.

23/95
[correspondence to Walter Scott from Sam Moskowitz, 1985] [untitled manuscript]

Sam Moskowitz Collection

  • TxAM-CRS C000190
  • Colección
  • 1931-2011; Undated

The Sam Moskowitz collection consists of his research files, correspondence, manuscripts, many of his books, and working documents related to his study of the history of science fiction and fantasy.  Drafts of two unpublished books are included.

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22/12
"A Canticle for P. Schuyler Miller" by Sam Moskowitz. 1975 (2x originals + 1 copy)

22/13
"Stanley G. Weinbaum, A Critical Appraisal" by Sam Moskowitz. Published in The Acolyte. Winter 1946 (copy)

22/14
"The Critic and Weinbaum". After Ten Years: A Tribute to Stanley G. Weinbaum, 1902-1935. November 1945

22/15
"Are We Advocates of Scientific Fiction? ". Amateur Correspondent, v.2, no.2 September-October 1937 (copy)

22/16
"In the Midst of Life, Dr. Fandom" by Ted White. Apparatchick issue #78. May 8, 1997 (copy printed from efanzines 2004)

22/17
"The Saga of the Black Flame". Introduction for The Black Flame by Stanley G. Weinbaum. 1995 (copy)

22/18
Burroughs Bulletin, The. October 1991

22/19
CFS Review 2(1) (May 1990), with Moskowitz' letter on the NYCon exclusion of 1939

22/20
"The Woman Who Wrote 'Citadel of Fear'" by Sam Moskowitz. Introduction of The Citadel of Fear. 1970 (copy)

22/21
"A Portfolio of Early Space Ships 1638-1929, compiled by Sam Moskowitz". The Complete Book of Space Travel. pp. 141-156. 1956 (copy)

22/22
"Two Eras of Science Fiction". Printed in Dallas Morning News. June 14, 1970 (copy printed 2004)

22/23
"Days of Wonder: Remembering Sam Moskowitz and Conrad H. Ruppert - A Memorial Volume", ed. by John L. Coker, III, 1998

22/24
"David H. Keller: in Retrospect". Destiny #8. Spring 1953. (copy)

22/25
"A Purpose for Science Fiction. A speech delivered at the convention meeting of the ESFA", March 6, 1949. Different #3. 1949 (Original + copy)

22/26
"Two Science Fiction Plays", discussed by Sam Moskowitz. Different, v.2, no.1. October 1958 (copy)

22/27
"French Novels". Different. v.2, no.2. October 1960 (copy)

22/28
"Science Fiction and Fantasy Curiosa". Different, v.2, no.6. November 1964 (Original + copy)

22/29
"Background of a Story". Different, v.3, no.1. October 1965 (Original + copy)

22/30
"A Salute to Leo and Cylvia". Different v.3, no.2. October 1966 (copy)

22/31
Different, v.3, no.6. November 1971 (original + copy)

22/32
Different, v.4, no.2. November 1973 (original + copy)

22/33
"Teaching Pulp Magazine Writing". Different v.4, no.3. November 1974 (copy)

22/34
"W. C. Morrow: Forgotten Master of Horror - The First Phase" by Sam Moskowtiz. Discovering Classic Horror Fiction I. 1992 (copy)

22/35
"Down The Science-Fictional Trail with Oklahoma's Dan McPhail", by Moskowitz. (November 1995)

22/36
"An Arkham Must", by Sam Moskowitz, a review. Dream Quest, v.1, no.1. July 1947

22/37
"The Old Familiar Faces", by Sam Moskowiz Dream Quest, v.1, no.4. January 1948

22/38
"Letter on Clark Ashton Smith" by Sam Moskowitz. Published in Emperor of Dreams: A Clark Ashton Smith Biography. 1978 (copy printed from The Eldritch Dark, 2004)

22/39
"Moskowitz, Sam" entry in The Encyclopedia of New Jersey. (copy)

22/40
"The Eastern Science Fiction Association (ESFA) of Newark, N.J. Annual Open Meeting 1964". Epilogue, v.1, no.2. April 1964

22/41
Searles, A. Langley. "Books on Science-Fiction, 1937-1973: A Critical Evaluation." Essays in Arts and Sciences, 9 (1980): 157 - 202.

22/42
Moskowitz, Sam. Exploring Other Worlds. New York: Collier, 1963.

22/43
Extrapolation, v.27, no.4, Winter 1986

22/44
Frank Atkins, Author of “A Son of the Stars”. The Fantasy Collector #206. May 1989 (copy)

22/45
Frank Atkins, Who Wrote “A Son of the Stars”. The Fantasy Collector #216. March 1990 (copy)

22/46
"The Face of Fantasy manuscript". Fantasy Commentator, no.24. Winter 1949/1950

22/47
"The Immortal Storm II (Part IV)". Fantasy Commentator, v.IX, no.2. Fall 1997

22/48
"John W. Campbell: Transition from Author to Editor". Fantasy Commentator, v.XI, nos.3 & 4. Spring 2011

22/49
Fantasy Review, featuring "Eastern Science Fiction Association", by Sam Moskowitz. 1946-1947

22/50
Fantasy Review, v.9, no.11, whole #97, December 1986

22/51
Fantasy Review. March 1987

22/52
"The Time Stream: Polls, Polls, Polls". Fantasy Times, no.9. May 1944

22/53
Fantasy Times, v.1, no.12, featuring "The Unprodigal Publisher Returns," "Tribute to Walter Sullivan," and "The Significance of the First Postwar Science Fiction Convention," all by Sam Moskowitz. June 1946

22/54
"Fantasy Books by Bill Blackbeard, The Immortal Storm". Fantasy Times v.9 #211. November 2, 1954 (copy)

22/55
"S-F Field at Low Ebb: says Sam Moskowitz". Fantasy Times v.9 #211. November 2, 1954 (copy)

22/56
"Sam Moskowitz Representing Fan-Vets at NolaCon". The Fan-Vet, v.1, no.8. August 1951 (copy, 1 page)

22/57
"NolaCon Donates $50". The Fan-Vet, v.1, no.9. September 1951 (copy, 1 page)

22/58
"3rd Fan-Vet Con - Our Members". The Fan-Vet, v.3, no.1. January 1953 (copy, 2 pages)

22/59
Stapledon, Olaf. Far Future Calling. Philadelphia: Oswald Train, 1979.

22/60
Day, Gene. Future Day. Flying Buttress: 1979.

22/61
Sam Moskowitz. Gale Literary Databases. Printed 2006

22/62
Moskowitz, Sam and Alden H. Norton. Ghostly by Gaslight. New York: Pyramid, 1971.

22/63
Introduction, Great Spy Novels and Stories. 1965 (copy)

22/64
Preface, and "Posthumous Acceptance of William Hope Hodgson 1918-1943". The Haunted "Pampero", Uncollected Fantasies and Mysteries. 1991 (copy)

22/65
Introduction and Notes, Hauntings and Horrors: Ten Grisly Tales. 1969 (copy)

22/66
"Why Doesn't Our Ship Move? (A science-fiction story of human appeal and original though) " by Sam Moskowitz. Helios, v. 1, no. 1. June 1937. (printed from FANAC 2009)

22/67
"Moskowitz, Sam (1920-1997) ". Historical Dictionary of Science Fiction Literature. 2004 (copy)

22/68
Notes by Sam Moskowitz, Horror Times Ten. 1967 (copy)

22/69
"Howard Phillips Lovecraft and Nils Helmer Frome. A Recollection of One of Canada's Earlieset Science Fiction Fans". Moshassuck Monograph Series Number 5. 1989. Nils Frome: Making the Unknown Known; On Nils Frome and Blish, Lovecraft, e. al.; Nils Frome in the Golden Atom; The Frome Finale; and Fantasy Artists Numbers 1 and 2. (copies)

22/70
Moskowitz, Sam. Hugo Gernsback: Father of Science Fiction. New York: Criterion Linotyping & Printing, 1959.

22/71
"The Ultimate Hugo Gernsback", Introduction to Hugo Gernsback's Novel "Ultimate World" by Sam Moskowitz. Published by Patrick Merchant, August 1997 (printed from online Hugo Gernsback's Forecast)

22/72
"Farewell to Sam" by Mike Ashley. InterZone. July 1997 (copy)

22/73
"The Case Against Modern Science Fiction". Journal of Science Fiction. (copy)

22/74
Introduction, La Nuit du Jugement, by Catherine L. Moore. (copy)

22/75
Introduction, Les amants etranger L'univers a l'envers, Philip Jose Farmer. 1968 (copy)

22/76
The Lore of H. P. Lovecraft

A - W (1974-1995), Edward O'Brien, Robert Philmus, and Langley Searles

22/1: M-P. 1974-1986

22/2: A-W. 1991-1995

22/3: A-T. 1994

22/4: Miscellaneous documentation. 1989-1992; Undated

22/5: Correspondence to Edward O'Brien. 1988-1996

22/6: Correspondence with Robert Philmus. 1976-1987

22/7: Correspondence with Langley Searles. 1944-1951

22/8: Correspondence with Langley Searles. 1978-1985

22/9: Correspondence with Langley Searles. 1985-1988

22/10: Correspondence with Langley Searles. 1988-1991

22/11: Correspondence with Langley Searles. 1991-1997

Lu - New York Telephone

18/1: Lu-Ly. 1947-1994

18/2: Madle, Robert A.. 98 letters

18/3: Manning, Edith

18/4: Margulies, Leo (Cylvia). 61 letters

18/5: Margulies, Leo. 189 letters

18/6: Mab to Mad. 1944-1975

18/7: Mah-Mar. 1938-1995

18/8: Mas-Men. 1950-1983

18/9: M Miscellaneous. 28 letters.

18/10: M Miscellaneous. 57 letters.

18/11: Mc Miscellaneous. 100 letters.

18/12: McBride. 10 letters.

18/13: McPhail, Dan. 16 letters.

18/14: McWhorter, George T.

18/15: Menzel, Elizabeth. 67 letters.

18/16: Meredith, Scott. 60 letters.

18/17: Merlin to Merrill. 6 letters.

18/18: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Bean. 56 letters.

18/19: Meskys to Midwest. 78 letters.

18/20: Michalson, Charles

18/21: Milcross Book Service. 65 letters.

18/22: Miller

18/23: Minter, Richard

18/24: Mills to Morrow. 247 total between 2 folders. (1 of 2)

18/25: Mills to Morrow. 247 total between 2 folders. (2 of 2)

18/26: Molson, Francis

18/27: Mos-Mul. 32 letters.

18/28: Mun-Mey. 5 letters.

18/29: Mystery Writers of America. 60 letters.

18/30: N Miscellaneous

18/31: Na-New. 134 letters

18/32: N.J. Bev. - New Yorker. 27 letters.

18/33: NY Live Insurance. 22 letters.

18/34: NY SF Circle. 15 letters.

18/35: NY Science Fiction Conference (Hydra- Esfa). 30 letters.

18/36: New York Telephone. 31 letters.

Hoe - Low

17/1: Hoe-Hoo. 1939-1993

17/2: Hou-Hy. 1945-1994

17/3: Hyperion Press, INC.. 47 letters. 1973-1991

17/4: I Miscellaneous. 132 letters between 2 folders. 1939-1972 (1 of 2)

17/5: I Miscellaneous. 132 letters between 2 folders. 1973-1987 (2 of 2)

17/6: Ja. 1939-1994

17/7: Je-Ju. 1938-1995

17/8: Kab-Kal. 1953-1973

17/9: Kan-Ket. 1938-1994

17/10: Keightly, David N.. 14 letters. 1962

17/11: Ki-Kl. 1946-1991

17/12: Kn-Ko. 1940-1994

17/13: Kra-Kru. 1947-1986

17/14: Ku-Ky. 1938-1995

17/15: Lad-Lat. 1938-1994

17/16: Lay, Vernon. 1970-1976

17/17: Lea-Lew. 1938-1986

17/18: Leer. 20 letters. 1956-1958

17/19: Lerner, Fredrick Andrew. 1979

17/20: LeBlanc, Edward. 1959-1987

17/21: Ley, Willy. 8 letters. 1974-1987

17/22: Li-Loc. 1935-1993

17/23: Lovis, Gary. 1985

17/24: Lof-Low. 1950-1990

Finkelstein - History of Space Travel Exhibition

16/1: Finkelstein. 1965-1983

16/2: Fl-Fo. 1939-1991

16/3: Fortier, Joe J.. 16 letters. 1939-1941

16/4: Fra-Fri. 1939-1991

16/5: Fro-Fy. 1937-1961

16/6: Frosted Food Field. 8 letters. 1954-1966

16/7: Frozen Foods England. 63 letters. 1962-1971

16/8: GA to Gardner. 76 letters. 1939-1973

16/9: Gardner, Thomas S.. 25 letters. 1938-1946

16/10: Garn-Gib. 1943-1992

16/11: Gelman, Woodrow. 1977

16/12: Gillings, Walter. 22 letters. 1937-1979

16/13: Gil-Giu. 1937-1996

16/14: Gl-Go. 1939-1972

16/15: Gnome Press. 83 letters. 1949-1968

16/16: Goldsmith, Cele. 42 letters. 1959-1964

16/17: Gr-Gu. 1939-1987

16/18: Grandon Co.. 112 letters between 2 folders. 1947-1964 (1 of 2)

16/19: Grandon Co.. 112 letters between 2 folders. 1965-1973 (2 of 2)

16/20: Grant, Donald M.. 66 letters. 1977-1987

16/21: The Great Explosion by Eric Frank Russell. 18 letters. 1962

16/22: Greiff, George. 1986-1994

16/23: Hadley, Thomas. 10 letters. 1945-1947

16/24: Hah-Hab. 1937-1938

16/25: Harc-Hart. 1938-1993

16/26: Has-Hay. 1967-1994

16/27: Hea-Her. 1938-1995

16/28: Held, Claude. 1965-1992

16/29: Hi-Hod. 1938-1992

16/30: History of Space Travel Exhibition

Crispin - Fi

15/1: Crispin, Edmund. 4 letters.

15/2: Cummings, Ralph and Ray. 65 letters.

15/3: Cuthbert, Chester D.. 1952-1994

15/4: C Miscellaneous

15/5: Dal-Dea. 1938-1994

15/6: Darrow, Jack. 50 letters. 1931-1936

15/7: Davin, Eric. 1991-1994

15/8: Day, Brad. 7 letters. 1954-1965

15/9: Day, Don. 15 letters. 1947-1965

15/10: Deb-Dew. 1938-1992

15/11: Degler, Claude. 7 letters. 1950

15/12: Derleth, August to Hartmann, Forrest. 14 letters. 1974-1979

15/13: Di-Do. 1953-1995

15/14: Deitz, Franklin M.. 84 letters. 1948-1970

15/15: Dikty, Ted. 31 letters. 1938-1970

15/16: Dollens, Morris S.. 9 letters. 1937

15/17: Doreal, M.. 4 letters. 1949

15/18: Doubleday. 109 letters. 1947-1973

15/19: Doyer. 37 letters. 1974-1984

15/20: Dr-Du. 1941-1973

15/21: Ea-Ed. 1941-1978

15/22: Eg-El. 1951-1993

15/23: Elwood, Roger. 85 letters. 1963-1973

15/24: Em-En. 1947-1995

15/25: Ep-Ew. 1944-1993

15/26: Fa-Fan. 1952-1991

15/27: Fantast. 59 letters. 1959-1968

15/28: Fantasy and Science Fiction (the magazine of). 47 letters. 1952-1973

15/29: Fantasy Publishing Co., Inc.. 101 letters. 1947-1953

15/30: Far-Fax. 1952-1987

15/31: Farsace, Larry. 38 letters. 1937-1985

15/32: Fe. 1940-1994

15/33: Fell, Frederick. 21 letters. 1949-1953

15/34: Ferman, Ed. 1976-1979

15/35: Fi. 1951-1973

Ber - Cy

14/1: Ber-Bez. 1961-1980

14/2: Bi-Bla. 1942-1986

14/3: Ble-Bod. 1938-1986

14/4: Binder. 1938-1976

14/5: Boggs, Redd. 67 letters. 1948-1983

14/6: Boc-Box. 1954-1987

14/7: Bowne, Jr., Sam. 24 letters. 1949-1957

14/8: Boy-Bru. 1937-1994

14/9: Brown. 1947-1994

14/10: Bu-By. 1938-1994

14/11: Burge, Jerry. 43 letters. 1953-1960

14/12: Ca-Carr. 1939-1995

14/13: Carrol-Central. 1939-1993

14/14: Carnell, E.J.. 79 letters. 1939-1972

14/15: Ch-Ci. 1947-1994

14/16: Chapdelaine, Perry. 1986-1994

14/17: Chapman, G. Ken. 158 letters. 1949-1973

14/18: Claggett, W.M.. 1961-1965

14/19: Cla-Clo. 1944-1994

14/20: Coc-Con. 1938-1993

14/21: Colby, Mel. 11 letters. 1941-1944

14/22: Cole-Columbia. 43 letters. 1954-1993

14/23: Collier's. 22 letters

14/24: Conover, Jr., Willis. 8 letters. 1931-1981

14/25: Cor-Cox. 1945-1994

14/26: Cr-Cy. 1938-1974

A - Ben

13/11: Miscellaneous (Letter fragments, pictures, etc.)

13/12: A-Ad. 1950-1997

13/13: Ackerman, Forrest J. 61 letters. 1948-1995

13/14: Ag-Am. 1938-1993

13/15: Alpaugh, Lloyd. 22 letters. 1945-1953

13/16: An-Ap. 1944-1991

13/17: Archer, Dirce. 28 letters

13/18: Ar-As. 33 letters. 1949-1990

13/19: Ashley, Mike. 1976-1994

13/20: "Astro-Philosophy", "Space Prophecy". 7 letters

13/21: Atlantic Bank. 11 letters. 1974-1987

13/22: At-Av. 1938-1992

13/23: Bac-Baw. 1936-1994

13/24: Baltadonis. 36 letters. 1937-1939 FRAGILE

13/25: Bar-Bay. 1946-1994

13/26: Beck. 6 letters. 1937-1972

13/27: Bea-Ben. 1941-1995

Notebooks and The Immortal Storm (1951) Typescript

13/1: Notebooks, undated (1 of 4)

13/2: Notebooks, undated (2 of 4)

13/3: Notebooks, undated (3 of 4)

13/4: Notebooks, undated (4 of 4)

13/5: Moskowitz, Sam. The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom (1951), provenance, 2010, and front/back cover, 1951?

13/6: Moskowitz, Sam. The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom (1951), original typescript for 1945-1952 serialization, pages 1-50, 1952?

13/7: Moskowitz, Sam. The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom (1951), original typescript for 1945-1952 serialization, pages 51-100, 1952?

13/8: Moskowitz, Sam. The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom (1951), original typescript for 1945-1952 serialization, pages 101-150, 1952?

13/9: Moskowitz, Sam. The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom (1951), original typescript for 1945-1952 serialization, pages 151-200, 1952?

13/10: Moskowitz, Sam. The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom (1951), original typescript for 1945-1952 serialization, pages 201-250, 1952?

Manuscripts and Notebooks

12/1: [unknown author] "Basement Full of Books" (March 28, 1991)

12/2: [unknown author] [Anthology, unidentified], typescript, 1963?

12/3: Robillard, Douglas. "American Supernatural Fiction" (1996) , typescript with handwritten edits, undated (Photocopy)

12/4: Robillard, Douglas. "American Supernatural Fiction" (1996), typescript (under old title "The Assaults of Chaos") with handwritten edits, undated (Photocopy)

12/5: Hodgson, William Hope. "A Timely Escape" (orig. 1922), later typescript, undated

12/6: Hodgson, William Hope. "The Dream of X" (1977, with introduction by Moskowitz), typescript/setting copy, 1977?

12/7: Leiber, Fritz. "The Dealings of Daniel Kesserich…" (1996), computer printout, March 1996

12/8: Campbell, John W. "Science Fiction Convention" (Speech, October 1937), typescript, October 1937 [Signed by Campbell]

12/9: Various. "Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (1967) , Reviews, Contracts, etc., 1965-1967, undated

12/10: Stone, Leslie F. "Ken Burton: Time-Traveler" (radio script, undated), typescript of Stone's synopsis, undated

12/11: Robillard, Douglas. "The Assaults of Chaos: American Supernatural Fiction Since 1920" (1996, published as "American Supernatural Fiction"), typescript notes, undated (Photocopy)

12/12: Wrzos, Joseph. "Garrett P. Serviss, The Second Deluge: An Introduction" (1973), typescript, October 1973

12/13: Rey, Philippe. Letter re: Captain Future animated series, June 20, 1992

12/14: Blair, D. H. "Astounding Revisited" (1995), typescript notes, correspondence, etc., 1994-1995, undated

12/15: Blair, D. H. "Astounding Revisited" (1995), typescript, undated

12/16: "Inside John W. Campbell: Based on His Actual Letters, 1936-1952, as interpreted and annotated By Sam Moskowitz (2011), typescript with handwritten edits, front matter - page 121, 1992 (Photocopy)

12/17: "Inside John W. Campbell: Based on His Actual Letters, 1936-1952, as interpreted and annotated By Sam Moskowitz (2011), typescript with handwritten edits, pages 122-151, 1992 (Photocopy)

12/18: Various handwritten notes, undated

12/19: Notebooks, undated (1 of 7)

12/20: Notebooks, undated (2 of 7)

12/21: Notebooks, undated (3 of 7)

12/22: Notebooks, undated (4 of 7)

12/23: Notebooks, undated (5 of 7)

12/24: Notebooks, undated (6 of 7)

12/25: Notebooks, undated (7 of 7)

Manuscripts and Reviews

11/1: Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Signposts" (1966), galley proof, 1966

11/2: Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Signposts" (1966), typescript, undated (1 of 2)

11/3: Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Signposts" (1966), typescript, undated (2 of 2)

11/4: Moskowitz, Sam. "Bernarr MacFadden and His Obsession with Science Fiction" (1986-1991), typescripts, some with handwritten edits, undated

11/5: Moskowitz, Sam. "John Stapledon" (undated), typescript, undated

11/6: Moskowitz, Sam. "A. Merritt Slides", descriptions, undated

11/7: Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Burroughs Dictionary (1987)", typescript, 1987

11/8: Moskowitz, Sam. "A Daughter's Perceptions of Olaf Stapledon" (undated, after 1979), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/9: Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity" (1996, never completed) , typescript with handwritten edits, undated (1 of 2)

11/10: Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity" (1996, never completed) , typescript with handwritten edits, undated (2 of 2)

11/11: Moskowitz, Sam. "Willy Ley: Apostle of the Space Age" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/12: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Man Who Called Himself Poe" (1969), typescript, undated (1 of 2)

11/13: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Man Who Called Himself Poe" (1969), typescript with handwritten edits, undated (2 of 2)

11/14: Moskowitz, Sam. [Fanzine: History of Term] (1995), typescript, 1995

11/15: Moskowitz, Sam. "Alex Osheroff" obituary (1980), typescript, 1980?

11/16: Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Anatomy of Wonder (1981)", typescript, 1981?

11/17: Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Science Fiction Book Review Index, 1974-1979 (1981)", typescript, 1981?

11/18: Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity: Part II" (1981), published piece, 1981

11/19: Moskowitz, Sam. "From Fanzines to Fame" (1989), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/20: Moskowitz, Sam. "Olaf Stapledon: the Daughter, the Son, and his Political Perceptions" (undated, after 1979), typescript description, undated

11/21: Moskowitz, Sam. "Of Time and Research" (1989), typescript with handwritten edits, 1989 (Photocopy)

11/22: Moskowitz, Sam. "The First World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/23: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Ninth World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/24: Moskowitz, Sam. "The 12th World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/25: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Thirteenth World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/26: Moskowitz, Sam. "The 16th World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/27: Moskowitz, Sam. "The 17th World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/28: Moskowitz, Sam. "The 18th World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/29: Moskowitz, Sam. "The 19th World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/30: Moskowitz, Sam. "The 22nd World Science Fiction Convention" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/31: Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Grumbles from the Grave (1990)", typescript with handwritten edits, 1990?

11/32: Moskowitz, Sam. "Thomas M. Disch" (speech, undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/33: Moskowitz, Sam. [Joan Vinge] (undated, after 1978), typescript, undated

11/34: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Origins of Science Fiction Fandom: A Reconstruction" (1990), typescript with handwritten edits, undated (Photocopy)

11/35: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Knight-Moskowitz Polarization" (undated, after 1963), typescript, undated

11/36: Moskowitz, Sam. "Tom Swift and the Syndicate" (1966), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/37: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Willy Ley Story" (1966), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/38: Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (1966), typescript with handwritten edits, undated (1 of 2)

11/39: Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (1966), typescript with handwritten edits, undated (2 of 2)

11/40: Moskowitz, Sam. "Explorers of the Infinite" (1963), typescript, with notes, undated

11/41: Moskowitz, Sam. "The Most Popular Stories in Weird Tales, 1924 to 1940" (1983), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/42: Moskowitz, Sam. "John Shirley" (undated, between 1982-1985), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/43: Moskowitz, Sam. "F. Paul Wilson" (undated, after 1980), typescript, undated

11/44: Moskowitz, Sam. "Marvin Kaye" (1984), typescript with handwritten edits, undated

11/45: Moskowitz, Sam. "Linwood Vrooman Carter" (undated), typescript, undated

11/46: Moskowitz, Sam and Christine E. Haycock, M. D. "Prospectus: SF History in Illustration" (undated), typescript, undated

11/47: Gammell, Leon L. "The Novels of Startling Stories" (undated), article, undated

11/48: Searles, A. Langley. "William Hope Hodgson: In His Own Day" (undated), typescript, undated (Photocopy)

11/49: Waugh, Charles G. "The Influence of Science Fiction Fiction Upon Scientific and Technological Innovations" (1975?), typescript second draft, 1974

11/50: Hall, Peter C. and Richard D. Erlich "Annotated Chronological List of Selected Fiction and Film…" (1987), typescript, 1987

11/51: Huckenpöhler, J. G. "Some Speculations Concerning the Origin of the Burroughs-Kline Feud" (1997), article, January 1997

11/52: Cohen, Jack "How Real are Science-Fictional Aliens?" (1992), typescript, 1992 (Photocopy), and correspondence, November-December 1992

11/53: Ackerman, Forry "I Loved You, Bill [William H. Temple]" (undated), typescript with handwritten edits, undated (Photocopy)

11/54: [unknown author] "The Hooked Knife" (undated), background and reference material, 1953, undated

July 2024 Addendum

The Beautiful Truth
[Dexter Froud, auth., 2024]
Perzine, Artzine

For the Clerisy/Good Words for Readers #61
[Getzville, NY: Brant Kresovech, ed., May 2005]
Reading

Free Palestine Zine Learning Toolkit
[December 2023]
Israel/Palestine

A Gazan Young Man Dreams of Peaceful Death
[Gaza: Mo. Alkrunz, auth., December 2023]
Israel/Palestine
Perzine

Head 2
[Matt Furie, auth., 2005]
Artzine

A How-To Guide for Writing to Your Congresspeople to Demand a Ceasefire in Gaza
[2023 or 2024]
Israel/Palestine
Politics

*Let's Get Radical About Cataloging: A Minizine About Zine Librarianship
[Richard J. Lee, auth., 2012]
Libraries
Zine Culture

Lower East Side Librarian #23
[Brooklyn, NY: Jenna Freedman, auth., January 2024]
Perzine
Politics
Activism
Reading

*Occupation and (Medical) Apartheid in Palestine
[Healthcare Workers for Palestine, Los Angeles Chapter, auth., early 2024]
Israel/Palestine
Health Care

Palestine Will Be Free!: A List of Recent Direct Actions in the Belly of the Beast
[itsgoingdown.org, December 2023]
Israel/Palestine
Politics
Activism

Roctober #9
[Chicago, IL: Spring 1994]
Music
Comics

Rocktober #10
[Chicago, IL: Summer 1994]
Music
Comics

Roctober #12 (Comics Galore Issue)
[Chicago, IL: Winter 1995]
Music
Comics

Roctober #17 (For Retro Tastes Issue)
[Chicago, IL: Halloween 1996]
Music
Comics

Roctober #21
[Chicago, IL: Spring 1998]
Music
Comics

Roctober #22 (The Kissue)
[Chicago, IL: Summer 1998]
Music
Comics

Roctober #23
[Chicago, IL: 'Killer' Kaputnik, ed., Fall 1998]
Music
Comics

Roctober #24
[Chicago, IL: Jake Austen, ed., Winter 1999]
Music
Comics

Roctober #25 (King Size Update Issu)
[Chicago, IL: Jake Austen and Jacqueline Stewart, ed., Summer 1999]
Music
Comics

Roctober #26 (Comics Galore Issue)
[Chicago, IL: Fall/Winter 1999]
Music
Comics

Roctober #27
[Chicago, IL: Spring 2000]
Music
Comics

Rollerderby #23
[Dover, NH: 1998]
Sex
Religion

Supernatural Fancy Cocktail Party
[Philadelphia, PA and Keyport, NJ: Katie and Erin, auth., August 2012]
Perzine
Split zine

Untitled pro-Palestine zines
[2023-2024]
Israel/Palestine
Politics

Walls Palestine
[Librarians and Archivists to Palestine, auth., 2013]
Israel/Palestine
Photography

We [Palestinians] Are Not Going Away
[Pleasure Pie, ed., late 2023]
Israel/Palestine

Workshop on Worldbuilding: Climate Justice Manifesto
[October 2023]
Social Justice
Politics
Climate Justice
Activism

Texas A&M University Zine Collection

  • TxAM-CRS C000127
  • Colección
  • 1980s-2024

The Texas A&M University Zine Collection is a generalized "floating" collection of zines tied to a set of particular collecting criteria:

  • Zines created by Texans, Southwesterners or other Southerners and/or concern Texas, the Southwest and the South; zines created by minorities across Texas, the Southwest or the South; zines created by TAMU students or former students; and Artzines concerned with printing and/or designed as print art objects.

The collection has "Texas A&M University" in the title to reflect the collecting criterion of zines created by A&M students or former students. More importantly, however, the inclusion of the A&M name in the collection title reinforces the collection's connection to the university as well as its major purpose, to help make TAMU a center for the preservation of regional alternative voices.

Gibb Gilchrist Papers

  • TxAM-CRS 744
  • Colección
  • 1776-1972

This collection contains correspondence, printed material, financial and legal documents, photographic material, literary productions, scrapbook material, maps, plaques, and miscellaneous material created and maintained by Gibb Gilchrist which document his personal and professional life.

The collection consists of three main file series: Personal Files, Texas State Highway Department File, and Texas A&M File.

The Personal Files is comprised of the Gilchrist papers that do not reflect his official duties at the Texas State Highway Department or at Texas A&M. For example, the correspondence is of a personal, rather than business, nature. Likewise, the topical file contains various topics of interest to Gilchrist outside his official duties.

The Texas State Highway Department File reflects Mr. Gilchrist's tenure at that agency and also reflects the work of that agency in regard to programs, finances, publications, etc. The Texas A&M File reflects Mr. Gilchrist's years at A&M as Dean of Engineering, President and Chancellor. It also reflects his involvement with A&M after his retirement as Chancellor.

Sin título

Texas A&M File: Correspondence (Board of Directors and Personal) and Miscellaneous

9-10
Board of Directors, Texas A&M College, 1944-1951

9-20
Bell, Tyree L., June 25, 1968 and July 19, 1968

9-30
Bertand, John, February 29, 1968

9-40
Bruce, Oscar, April 2, 1951 and April 12, 1957

9-50
Caudill, William, October 27, 1967

9-60
Easterwood, Eva, August 31, 1970

9-70
Gilchrist, Frank, June 19, 1968; July 19, 1968; and August 27, 1968

9-80
Kocurek, J. David, November 4, 1970 and November 11, 1970'

9-90
Krueger, C. D., September 15, 1953

9-100
Kunkel, H. 0., February 29, 1968

9-110
Kyser, A. C., November 11, 1970

9-120
Leavey, (Gen.) Edmond, 1945-1946 and a lithographed facsimile of the "Instrument of Surrender" covering the capitulation of the Japanese forces in the Philippine Islands. (File separately)

9-130
McKain, Thomas, November 5, 1970 and November 11, 1970

9-140
McKetta, John J., February 20, 1968 and February 29, 1968

9-150
Ransdell, Clifforc,i H., January 12, 1971; January 28, 1971; and January 21, 1971

9-160
Rudder, Earl, November 25, 1969 and August 20, 1970 with a photo of Gen. Rudder

9-170
Rupard, Roy, September 22, 1938 and September 27, 1938

9-180
Seale, A. T. F., 1967-1968

9-190
Sharp, John, May 10, 1971 and May 26, 1971

9-200
Tigert, John J., January 17, 1940; January 23, 1940; and February 6, 1940

9-210
Weiss, Sam, November 11, 1970

9-220
Woodward, Dudley K. Jr., March 31, 1947 and April 1, 1947

9-230
Yarbrough, David, January 5, 1972

9-240
Charter Member. Texas Economy Commission Certificate, July 18, 1950

9-250
Honorary Member of the "T" Association. A Plaque

9-260
Member of the Advisory Board. Firemen's Training School 1944-1949. A Plaque

Texas A&M File: Topical (G-Z)

8-10
Gilchrist named as President of A&M College - Congratulatory letters, 1944 (O-S)

8-20
Gilchrist named as President of A&M College - Congratulatory letters, 1944 (T-Z)

8-30
Gilchrist's portrait and its presentation ceremonies - Correspondence, guest list, newspaper clippings, and telegrams, 1953-1954

8-40
Gilchrist's retirement as Chancellor of A&M System - "Pages from the personal album of Gibb Gilchrist", presented by Chancellor M. T. Harrington, Monday evening September 21, 1953 at the appreciation dinner given by members of the staffs of the Texas A&M College System in honor of Mr. & Mrs. Gilchrist

8-50
Gilchrist's retirement as Chancellor of A&M System - Newspaper clippings, and resolutions of Board of Directors of Texas A&M College System and Texas State Senate, 1953

8-60
Hazing - Correspondence index and telegraphs, 1947

8-70
Hazing - Correspondence with index, January to March 1947

8-80
Hazing - Correspondence with index, January to March 1947

8-90
Hazing - Correspondence with index, January to February 1947

8-100
Hazing - Correspondence, March to June 1947 (A-C)

8-110
Hazing - Correspondence, March to June 1947 (D-O)

8-120
Hazing - Correspondence, March to June 1947 (P-Z)

8-130
Hazing - Correspondence and telegrams, January to March 1947

8-140
Hazing - Correspondence, 1945-1946

8-150
Hazing - Correspondence, February to April 1947

8-160
Hazing - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and telegrams, January to September 1947

8-170
MacDonald, Thomas H. - Chair of Transportation at the A and M College of Texas, and correspondence re: Thomas H. MacDonald collection, 1967

8-180
"A message from the President", 1944-1946

8-190
Mosquito control program - Correspondence [1938-1954]

8-200
Negro Education - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and report, [1945-1954]

8-210
Poems - "Alma Mater' by John Ashton; "Great Granddad" by Lowell Otus Reese; and "Compensation" by Anonymous

8-220
Preliminary memorandum for student life meeting (with appendices), February 16, 1950

8-230
Report of the Joint Legislative Committee to investigate the "Controversy at Texas A&M College...", 1947

8-240
Student life report (with appendices), March 9, 1950

8-250
Student life report (with appendices), April 16, 1953

8-260
Texas A&M College System - Annual report of the Chancellor, 1948-1949

8-270
Texas A&M College System - Annual report of the Chancellor, 1949-1950

8-280
Texas A&M College System - Annual report of the Chancellor, 1951-1952

8-290
Texas A&M College System - Board of Directors, 1946 (photograph)

8-300
Texas A&M University. Graduate Study and Research Programs: Structural Mechanics & Materials Engineering, 196?

8-310
Texas A&M University. Summary of Enrollment, 1958-1969

8-320
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. 75th Anniversary (1876-1951)

8-330
The Texas Aggie, June 10, 1939

8-340
Texas Aggies parade 1909 - Newspaper Clippings

8-350
"T. O. Walton" - Newspaper clippings October 16, 1938

Texas A&M File: Topical (A-G)

7-10
Baylor University - Correspondence and newspaper clippings (honorary degree of Doctor of Laws for Mr. Gilchrist and President Truman), 1946-1947

7-20
Baylor University - Correspondence (dedication Baylor Football Stadium and Armstrong Browning Library), 1950-1951

7-30
Citizens' Organization for Highway Beautification Committee Correspondence, plan, policy and minutes, 1941-1942

7-40
Commissioner of Reclamation, U. S. Department of lnterior Correspondence [1943-1960]

7-50
The Daily Texan April 1, 1950 - "A&M goes coed with TSCW merger"

7-60
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - Index to addresses and articles by Gibb Gilchrist

7-70
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - ''Highway transportation', an address presented to Civil Engineering Group, June 27, 1938

7-80
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "A year at A&M", an address delivered to Dallas A&M Club, November 4, 1938

7-90
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "WTAW on Engineering Day at A&M", an address read by Charles W. Crawford in Dean Gilchrist's absence, May 2, 1939

7-100
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Highway safety", an address to Oil Belt Safety Conference Abilene, Texas, May 4, 1939

7-110
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - An address presented to the Texas Health Association, October 2, 1939

7-120
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Engineering Education", an address to ASCE Convention, May 9, 1941

7-130
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - Discussion of a paper by Dean O. V. Adams, Texas Technological College, on the subject: "Place of the engineering college in education after the baccalaureate degree"

7-140
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - ''Function of school of engineering"

7-150
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Highway trends in the United States"

7-160
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - An address to the joint meeting of the county agents and home demonstration agents, June 28, 1944

7-170
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Post-war planning for agricultural and industrial development in Texas", an address to the Agricultural Workers' Association, College Station, Texas, June 27, 1944

7-180
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "The cotton future of Texas", April 1945

7-190
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Cotton's postwar challenge", an address presented before the luncheon session of the Sixth Annual Cotton Research Congress, Baker Hotel, Dallas, Texas, July 12, 1945

7-200
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - ''Texas agriculture", an address to the Houston Rotary Club, November 15, 1945

7-210
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Response and purpose", an address presented to 7th Annual Cotton Research Congress, Dallas, Texas, July 8-9, 1946

7-220
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - An address to Texas Farm Bureau Federation Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, November 19, 1946

7-230
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Looking ahead", an address to Agricultural Conference, A&M College of Texas, September 2, 1947

7-240
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - A radio script by President Gilchrist for "Texas Farm and Home Program" Thanksgiving Day, November 27, 1947

7-250
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - ''The Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas" for Look magazine, November 25, 1947

7-260
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Looking into the future of bluebonnet farm", an acceptance speech of Bluebonnet Ordnance Plant, McGregor, Texas, January 30, 1948

7-270
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Action for a safer Texas", an address presented to Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, Austin, Texas, May 5, 1948

7-280
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Reorganization of A&M College System", a script of radio broadcast over station WTAW 12:15 p.m. Monday July 19, 1948

7-290
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - An address to the Inauguration of President Frank C. Bolton, A&M College of Texas November 18, 1948

7-300
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - An address to the Inauguration of President E. B. Evans, Prairie View A&M, December 3, 1948

7-310
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "The general economic situation in Texas...", a speech to American Dehydrators Association, Galveston, Texas, February 24, 1949

7-320
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "In the passing of (Governor) Beau Ford H. Jester", a radio address, WTAW, July 12, 1949

7-330
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Texas A&M College System", a radio broadcast to State Fair of Texas, October 16, 1949

7-340
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Turney W. Leonard Post dedication", May 30, 1950

7-350
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "State supported colleges and universities of Texas", an address to Texas Tech Silver Anniversary, Lubbock, Texas, October 30, 1950

7-360
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Texas Farm and Home Hour, TQN', a radio talk, January 1, 1951

7-370
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - ''Water for Texas", an address at the Fourth Annual Conference of Mission Water & Sewage Association, San Antonio, June 14, 1952

7-380
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - ''Water conservation", an address at Eighth Annual Meeting of Texas Water Conservation Association, Mineral Wells, Texas, October 13, 1952

7-390
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "The Texas A and M. Philosophy", an address to Philosophical Society of Texas, College Station, Texas, December 6, 1952

7-400
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "A university of the first class", March 3, 1953

7-410
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - ''Development of Texas A And M. College System", March 18, 1953

7-420
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "A Land Grant Institution", an address to Houston Philosophical Society, May 18, 1954

7-430
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Honoring most worshipful grand master Hugh M. Craig", a Masonic address, Fort Worth, Texas, January 1, 1949

7-440
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "The lights of masonry", a Masonic address, Waco, Texas, December 1949

7-450
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Education in highways", an address to American Road Builders' Association, January 18-20, 1937

7-460
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Federal-state highway relationship", an address to Ninth Annual Virginia Highway Conference, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, November 4, 1955

7-470
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "History of highway development in Texas', October 10, 1936

7-480
Gibb Gilchrist's Addresses and Articles - "Water for Texas: the outlook", a talk at Third Water for Texas Conference at A. And M. College, September 18, 1957

7-490
"Gilchrist's expansion program" - Newspaper clippings, 1944

7-500
Gilchrist named as Chancellor of Texas A&M College - Correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1948

7-510
Gilchrist named as Dean of Engineering at A&M College - Newspaper clippings, 1937

7-520
Gilchrist named as Dean of Engineering at A&M College - Correspondence, 1937 (A-D)

7-530
Gilchrist named as Dean of Engineering at A&M College - Correspondence, 1937 (E-L)

7-540
Gilchrist named as Dean of Engineering at A&M College - Correspondence, 1937 (M-R)

7-550
Gilchrist named as Dean of Engineering at A&M College Correspondence, 1937 (S-Z)

7-560
Gilchrist named as President of A&M College - Newspaper clippings, 1944

7-570
Gilchrist named as President of A&M College - List of those from whom President Gibb Gilchrist received congratulatory letters

7-580
Gilchrist named as President of A&M College Congratulatory letters, 1944 (A-C)

7-590
Gilchrist named as President of A&M College Congratulatory letters, 1944 (D-H)

7-600
Gilchrist named as President of A&M College Congratulatory letters, 1944 (I-N)

Texas State Highway Department File: Topical (T-Z)

6-10
Texas State Highway Department - "General information on Texas highways", September 1919

6-20
Texas State Highway Department - ''History of Texas State Highway Department"

6-30
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1928

6-40
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1928-1929

6-50
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1929

6-60
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1930-1931

6-70
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings, April-July 1931

6-80
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1934-1935

6-90
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1935-1936

6-100
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1936

6-110
Texas State Highway Department - Newspaper clippings on highways, 1936-1937

6-120
Texas State Highway Department Scrap Book

6-130
Texas State Highway Department - "Statement of all cash receipts...", 1953

6-140
Texas State Highway Department. Commissioners Correspondence, 1925

6-150
Texas State Highway Department. Commissioners Correspondence, 1929-1930

6-160
Texas State Highway Department. Commissioners Correspondence, 1931-1933

6-170
Texas State Highway Department. Commissioners Correspondence, 1934

6-180
Texas State Highway Department. Commissioners Correspondence, 1935

6-190
Texas State Highway Department. Commissioners Correspondence, 1936-1937

6-200
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1924

6-210
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1925

6-220
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1926

6-230
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1927

6-240
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1928

6-250
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1929-1931

6-260
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1935

6-270
Texas State Highway Department. General Correspondence, 1936

6-280
Texas State Highway Department. General - Correspondence, 1937

6-290
Texas State Highway Department - Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1953-1971

6-300
Texas State Highway needs, 1956-1975, report no. 2... in a survey for the Texas Highway Commission by Texas Research League, 1957

6-310
''Transport in relation to the war emergency in Europe, principally in England" a memorandum from Lieutenant Colonel Lacy V. Murrow to Thos. H. MacDonald, Commissioner, Public Roads Administration, June 2, 1941

6-320
"Trends of highway finance", a memo from H. H. Allen to Mr. Gilchrist, April 24, 1936

Texas State Highway Department File: Topical (P-T)

5-10
"A program for Texas highways", a report to the Texas Highway Commission" by the
Texas Research League, 1957

5-20
Public Roads: A Journal of Highway Research vol. 5, no. 12, February 1925

5-30
Public Roads: A Journal of Highway Research vol. 9, no. 2, April 1928

5-40
Public Roads: A Journal of Highway Research vol. 10, no. 6, August 1929

5-50
"Some facts and figures about Texas roads and highways" compiled by the Taxc1,tion and Legislation Department, West Texas Chamber of Commerce, Abilene, Texas

5-60
Temple-Belton Demonstration Road, 1925

5-70
Texas Highways fiftieth anniversary edition, September, 1967

5-80
Texas Highway Bulletin vol. 8, no. 2, February 1928

5-90
Texas Highway Laws compiled by Texas Highway Department, 1951

5-100
Texas Highway needs and costs study, 1954

5-110
Texas Highway planning survey 1953/54

5-120
Texas Laws Relating to Motor Vehicle, Highway Traffic and Registration... issued by the State Highway Department of Texas, 1936

5-130
Texas Motor Vehicle Laws..., 1953

5-140
Texas Roads and Highways prepared by the staff of the Texas Legislative Council, October 1952

5-150
Texas State Geographical Center - Correspondence and newspaper clippings, [1935-1955]

5-160
Texas State Highway Commission - Biennial reports January 1, 1919

5-170
Texas State Highway Department - Administrative personnel beginning June 4, 1917 revised January 20, 1962

5-180
Texas State Highway Department - Seventh biennial report September 1, 1928 to August 31, 1930

5-190
Texas State Highway Department - Eighth biennial report September 1, 1930 to August 31, 1932

5-200
Texas State Highway Department - Ninth biennial report September 1, 1932 to August 31, 1934

5-210
Texas State Highway Department - Tenth biennial report September 1, 1934 to August 31, 1936

5-220
Texas State Highway Department - Eleventh biennial report September 1, 1936 to August 31, 1938

5-230
Texas State Highway Department - Twelfth biennial report September 1, 1938 to August 31, 1940

5-240
Texas State Highway Department - Thirteenth biennial report September 1, 1940 to August 31, 1942

5-250
Texas State Highway Department - Fourteenth biennial report September 1, 1942 to August 31, 1944

5-260
Texas State Highway Department - Fifteenth biennial report September 1, 1944 to August 31, 1946

5-270
Texas State Highway Department - Sixteenth biennial report September 1, 1946 to August 31, 1948

5-280
Texas State Highway Department - Seventeenth biennial report September 1, 1948 to August 31, 1950

Texas State Highway Department File: Topical (A-O)

4-10
American Association of State Highway Officials. Annual Convention, 1936 - Correspondence and newspaper clippings

4-20
"Cotton Highways", 1931

4-30
"The Covered Bridge in Indiana" by Eugene R. Bock and 1953 Indiana Official Highway map

4-40
"The development of state control of highways in Texas" by Frank M. Stewart, 1932

4-50
Edgewook. Van Zandt County Highway Beautification - Correspondence and newspaper clippings

4-60
"Federal aid for highways", U. S. House of Representatives Report No. 2371, 74th Congress, 2d Session, April 3, 1936

4-70
''Field notes and detail map of the Kings Highway'' by V. N. Zivley, 1916

4-80
General highway maps (of Texas), 1967

4-90
Gibb Gilchrist, Texas State Highway Engineer - Correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, and photos, 1926-1937

4-100
Gibb Gilchrist, Texas State Highway Engineer - Newspaper clippings on being elected as President of American Association of State Highway Officials, 1935

4-110
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "Cooperation of counties with the State Highway Department"

4-115
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - ''Federal, state and local control over highways"

4-120
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "Financing interstate bridges"

4-125
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - ''Highway beautification"

4-130
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "Highway industry furnishes one road to relief from Depression"

4-140
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - ''Highway location: general considerations' (ASCE paper no. 1798), 1932

4-150
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "Location and construction features of unit 1 on Texas highways"

4-160
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "Making our highways safer for traffic", 1936

4-170
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "Outdoor advertising plan or idea"

4-175
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "Texas highways and the centennial"

4-180
Gibb Gilchrist's writings - "The use of cotton fabric as membrane for asphalt construction", 1939

4-190
Gibb Gilchrist/ Dewitt Greer Award - Correspondence, 1966-1970

4-200
"A guide to points of general and historic interest in Division No. 11", 1935 and 1936

4-205
"A guide to the South Plains of Texas" by G. M. Garrett, 1935

4-210
''Highway construction: federal-state relations" by Construction and Civic Development - Department of Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1953

4-220
Historical Markers - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous, 1934-1936

4-230
The Kings Highway - Field notes for Sabine, San Augustine, Nacogdoches, Houston, and Madison counties

4-240
"Layout of coordinated loop drives and major routes (include aerial surveys & suggested sign mounting)"

4-250
Maps of Texas - 1846, 1918 1920, 1922, 1927-1931

4-260
Maps of Texas - 1932-1936, 1952, 1959, 1971

4-270
"Meritorious projects not programmed", 1935 (an interoffice memorandum from T. J. Kelly to Gilchrist)

4-280
M'Adam, John Loudon - "Road making"

4-290
McDonald, Thomas H. - Newspaper clippings

4-300
The Natchez Trace Parkway - Correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1934-1935

4-310
Old San Antonio Road (OSR) - Correspondence 1961-1964

4-320
Old San Antonio Road (OSR) - Correspondence, notes, photographs, and reports

4-330
Old San Antonio Road (OSR) - Research on OSR, 1943-1944

4-340
Old San Antonio Road (OSR) - Research on OSR, 1962-1965

4-350
Old Spanish Trail (O.S.T.) - Newspaper clippings on free bridge and old Spanish trail, 1930

Personal Files: Personal Correspondence

3-10
Aikin, A M. Jr., March 11, 1967 and March 22, 1967

3-20
Allen, Winnie, July 19, 1955 and September 1, 1955

3-30
Asbury, Samuel E., [1938-1944]

3-40
Bartholow, J. W., May 18, 1968; October 18, 1970; and November 5, 1970

3-50
Brant, (Mrs.) Arthur W., November 5, 1970 and November 23, 1970 with newspaper clippings

3-60
Briggs, Robert W., March 29, 1962 to July 18, 1962

3-70
Chenoweth, Dean, December 15, 1943 to July 7, 1944 with newspaper clippings

3-80
Dealey, George B., October 29, 1935 to August 27, 1937

3-90
Dealey, George B., October 25, 1937 to March 8, 1946

3-100
Douglass, Curtis., November 5, 1941 to October 6, 1944 with newspaper clippings

3-110
Douglass, Inman H., March 21, 1967 to November 16, 1967

3-120
Duncan, (Mrs.) Starkey, February 29, 1968

3-130
Ely, W. R., May 18, 1938 to May 26, 1971 with newspaper clippings.

3-140
Finley, George B., November 7, 1970; November 11, 1970; and May 26, 1971

3-150
Fuller, (Miss) C. L., November 2, 1937 to March 12, 1953 with newspaper clippings

3-160
Garrison, Homer, Jr., June 26, 1967 to September 18, 1967

3-170
Gary, Hampson - Correspondence with newspaper clippings re: Governor J. Pinckney Henderson, 1945

3-180
Gatlin, H. E., October 9, 1967 and November 9, 1967

3-190
Germany, E. B., July 12, 1941 and July 18, 1941

3-200
Hardeman, Dorsey, September 14, 1964 with attachment: ''Texas--saved by courage" by Dorsey B. Hardeman

3-210
Harrar, J. George, May 27, 1960 to February 5, 1963

3-220
Jones, Dudley H., September 10, 1967 and September 20, 1967

3-230
Kemp, L. W., July 26, 1934 to May 18, 1957 with newspaper clippings

3-240
Keuer, J. Warren, January 30, 1972

3-250
Landrum, Lynn, March 27, 1939 to July 20, 1955 with newspaper clippings

3-260
Langenbergh, Alice, August 8, 1938 to September 1, 1938

3-270
Lawson, Wm. J., July 1, 1941 and July 5, 1941

3-280
MacDonald, Thos. H., October 3, 1938 to December 18, 1941

3-290
MacDonald, Thos. H., February 2, 1942 to December 16, 1953

3-300
McKeever, Harold J., 1966-1968

3-310
McMurry, R. A., November 10, 1967 to November 28, 1967 with newspaper clippings

3-320
Martin, D. K., February 1934 to August 1939

3-330
Martin, D. K., August 9, 1940 to April 13, 1957

3-340
May, Ernest, January 8, 1926

3-350
Metcalfe, Charles B., May 17, 1939 to April 18, 1940

3-360
Moody, Dan, April 27, 1925 to October 5, 1926

3-370
Owens, John E., October 6, 1937 to June 26, 1945

3-380
Rady, Joe J., May 21, 1971 and May 26, 1971 with attachment "Guidelines for oral history interviews"

3-390
Redditt, J. S., February 6, 1967 and February 8, 1967

3-400
Ruggles, William B., October 25, 1937 to July 7, 1944

3-410
Sealy, Tom, November 15, 1935 to April 19, 1954

3-420
Sharp, John H., February 14, 1941 and March 2, 1942

3-430
Shivers, (Gov.) Allan, July 25, 1949 to May 28, 1970

3-440
Shuffler, R. Henderson, November 14, 1962 to February 13, 1964

3-450
Shleider, Bob, May 20, 1971 and May 26, 1971

3-460
Smith, (Gov.) Preston, March 15, 1968 to March 1, 1972

3-470
Sparling, Jack, January 11, 1972

3-480
Spence, T. R., November 23, 1970

3-490
Stephens, Lucius M., February 14, 1972 and February 21, 1972

3-500
Stephenson, Henson K., February 19, 1968 to February 29, 1968

3-510
Stevenson, Coke, May 26, 1971

3-520
Strickland, D. F., October 26, 1951 to January 17, 1961

3-530
Taylor, T. U., July 31, 1928 to September 7, 1928

3-540
Teague, Olin E., January 14, 1960 to February 25, 1970

3-550
Varner, Durwood B., May 2, 1957 to April 2, 1968

3-560
Wheeler, John W., April 29, 1957 to May 2, 1957

3-570
Wingo, W. H. Jr., March 23, 1951 to June 7, 1951

3-580
Witherspoon, James W., November 10, 1953 to November 5, 1970

3-590
Wynne, Angus G., July 6, 1939 to May 20, 1970

3-600
York, J. M., May 1, 1962 to October 21, 1964

Personal Files: Topical (T-Z)

2-10
Tau Beta Pi - Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1964

2-20
Taylor County memorial marker - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous, 1955-1956

2-30
Technical Drawing by Frederick E. Giesecke, Alva Mitchell and Henry Cecil Spencer. - New York: The Macmillan Company, 1940

2-40
Texas (General) - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous

2-50
Texas. History - "The burial place of the Alamo heroes" by L. W. Kemp, 1936

2-60
Texas. History - ''Diary of my life" by R. H. Hunter collected by M. B. Hodges

2-70
Texas. History - General history of Texas: reports, correspondence, and newspaper clippings

2-80
Texas. History - "History of Wills Point" by C. Harris, 1936 "A brief historical sketch of Texas"

2-90
Texas. History - Hardeman, William P.

2-100
Texas. History - Henderson, James Pinckney

2-110
Texas. History - "Houston displayed, or, who won the Battle of San Jacinto" by Col. R. M. Coleman, 1937

2-120
Texas. History - "Sam Houston--'the proud and honest man"' by R Henderson Shuffler 1960

2-130
Texas. History - "Important names in Texas history"

2-140
Texas. History - "An interesting narrative" by D. L. Kokernot, 1878 furnished by D. K. Martin.

2-150
Texas. History - Lights of the Alamo by C. C. Jeffries, 1946

2-160
Texas. History - The Looney School, Gilmer, Texas, 1861-1871

2-170
Texas. History - "Mammoth King Ranch is 100-year-old: experiment in producing better livestock" by Don Hinga, 1953

2-180
Texas. History - "San Jacinto, as she was or what really happened on the plain of St. Hyacinth on a hot April afternoon, 125 years ago" by Henderson Shuffler

2-190
Texas. History - "The South Plains of Texas: historical sketches" collected by Texas Highway Department Division No. 5, 1936

2-200
Texas. History - "Speech delivered in joint session forty-fourth legislature regular session. Austin, Texas, Saturday, March 2, 193511 by J..C. McConnell and Senator T. J. Holbrook

2-210
Texas. History - Texas in the Civil War: A Resume History by Allan C. Ashcraft, 1962

2-220
Texas. History - "The Twin Sisters" from Frontier Times, December 1935

2-230
Texas. History - Texas Civil War Centennial Program 1961-1965

2-240
Texas. History - Texas State Song (with newspaper clippings)

2-250
Texas. History - ''Where Texas' Declaration of lndependence Dawned" by Lloyd Stewart

2-260
Texas Garden Club - 1 photo

2-270
Texas Geographic Magazine, November 1937 and Spring 1941

2-280
Texas Highway Patrol Training School

2-290
Texas Mutual Insurance Company - Court case, newspaper clippings re: fraud, 1954

2-300
Texas Pictorial Handbook, 1957

2-310
Texas State Historical Association - Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1939-1941

2-320
Texas State Historical Association - Correspondence and miscellaneous, [1943-1968]

2-330
Texas State Historical Survey Committee - ''Discover Texas' Historical Buildings"

2-340
Texas State Historical Survey Committee - "Official Historical Markers"

2-350
Texas State Historical Survey Committee - ''Report to the Governor and the Fifty-Fourth Legislature", 1955

2-360
United Daughters of the Confederacy. Texas Division - Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1944

2-370
United States Savings Bond - Token of appreciation for volunteer service in financing bonds

2-380
University of Texas - Correspondence and newspaper clippings, [1959-1971]

2-390
University of Texas. Bulletin no. 2843, November 15, 1928 - "A Communication to the Board of Regents of the University of Texas" (meeting of October 1, 1928) from H. Y. Benedict, President

2-400
University of Texas - "A Corner Forever Texas" by J. Frank Dobie, [1938]

2-410
Wesley Foundation and A&M Methodist Church - Correspondence [1941-1971]

2-420
Who's Who in America - Correspondence

Personal Files: Topical (A-S)

1-10
American Association of State Highway Officials - Correspondence, report and 1 photo, 1970-1971

1-20
American Civil Engineering Pocketbook, 1912

1-30
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) annual meeting and Environmental Engineering conference. October 20, 1965. Kansas City, Missouri

1-40
ASCE - Correspondence (contain a signed President Truman letter to Mrs. MacDonald), reports, and news, 1965-1966

1-50
ASCE History & Heritage Committee. Texas Section - Correspondence, etc., 1969

1-60
Anderson, Thomas J. H. - Biographic sketch

1-70
Austin College - Correspondence 1939

1-80
Baker, Moseley - ''Letter written by Moseley Baker to General Sam Houston" (1844 or 1845)

1-90
Berry College & Berry Academy. Mounty Berry, Georgia - President's report 1966

1-100
Buffalo-Texas Oil Company - Correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1956

1-110
Cattle Brands of Texas, 1954

1-120
"The Civil War record of George W. L. Fly, Major (Infantry) Confederate States Army
1861-1865" by Harold B. Simpson, 1964

1-130
College Station Civic Association, 1956

1-140
Company "A" 540th Engineers-Service Battalion - Correspondence, etc., 1930

1-150
The Confederate Research Center and Gun Museum of Hill Junior College, Hillsboro, Texas - Correspondence, 1967-1968

1-160
Dallas-Denton Railroad Line - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, etc., 1954

1-170
Easterwood Airport - Correspondence, newspaper clippings, etc., [1940-1965]

1-180
Election 1960 - Newspaper clippings

1-190
Ford Farming, summer 1956

1-200
Four Charters of Freedom (Declaration of Rights), 1776

1-210
Gilchrist, Gibb - Affidavit, vita, etc.

1-220
Gilchrist, Gibb - Newspaper clippings

1-230
Gilchrist, Gibb - Various photos

1-240
In memory of "Henry Gilchrist" by Gibb Gilchrist, February 6, 1936

1-250
The heart, mind and soul of Communism by Fred Schwarz

1-260
Houston Engineering and Scientific Society - The Slide Rule. Roster issue, August, 1969. Membership cards 1970, 1972

1-270
Houston Engineers Club - Correspondence, 1955

1-280
Kiwanis Club 1969

1-290
Johnson, Emma Sansom - Correspondence & newspaper clippings, [1954-57]

1-300
McDonald, Thomas Harris - Biography and reports

1-310
"A map of historical homes and buildings throughout Texas"

1-320
The Masonic Service Association - Correspondence [1968-1971]

1-330
The Pan American Highway - News release

1-340
Politics, State & National - Correspondence and newspaper clippings, [1938-1969]

1-350
(President) Mirabeau B. Lamar - Newspaper clippings

1-360
"A President's special train stops" by Gibb Gilchrist - Correspondence, draft, newspaper clippings, and supporting materials

1-370
Railroad tunnels - Correspondence and photographs, 1956

1-380
Scottish rite Foundation of Texas - Correspondence 1967-1968

1-390
Shivers, (Gov.) Allan - Newspaper clippings, 1953

1-400
Some Southwestern Trails, San Angelo Standard-Times, 1948 (no. 354 copy of 1000 copies printed)

1-410
Southwestern University - Correspondence, and newspaper clippings [1946-1962]

1-420
State Democratic Executive Committee of Texas Correspondence, 1956

John McKinley Jones Papers

  • TxAM-CRS 345
  • Colección
  • 1914-1973

This collection includes correspondence files, clippings, personal publications, and scrapbooks regarding his career with the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station (TAES), mostly as chief of the Division of Range Animal Husbandry. Subjects include establishment and operation of the mohair grading and scouring plant at College Station, cooperative experiments with King Ranch, efforts to introduce Australian Shearing system into America, use of prickly pear cactus as livestock feed during drought periods, service in Ecuador and Washington, D.C., and feeding and breeding of livestock. Also included is a bibliography of Jones' many publications.

M. "Buddy" Benz Papers

  • TxAM-CRS 1499
  • Colección
  • 1950-1970

This collection contains clippings, letters, and other papers of and about Benz, a noted floral designer, and teacher of floral design.

Ethel Osborn Hill Papers

  • TxAM-CRS 756
  • Colección
  • 1925-1973

This collection contains letters to Ethel Osborn Hill, newspaper clippings of articles she wrote as well as her weekly syndicated column "American Still Is...", and articles about her activities.

Sin título

Lt. Haynes W. Dugan Collection

  • US TxAM-C 1215
  • Colección
  • 1941-1998; Undated

This collection includes two manuscripts written by Dugan entitled The Great Class of 1934 and On My Way to the Cemetery. The first work chronicles Dugan's life at A&M College and the latter discusses his experiences in World War II (WWII).

Other items in the collection include newspaper clippings related to WWII and the Texas A&M Aggies who fought in the war, war correspondence from the 2nd and 3rd Armored Divisions, and reunion information on the 3rd Armored Division.

Sin título

Lawrence H. Walkinshaw Papers

  • TxAM-CRS 747
  • Colección
  • 1940-1973

This collection contains correspondence, copies of books and articles Walkinshaw authored (Sandhill Crane), and pamphlets, books and journals on ornithology.

Texas A&M Development Fund Board Minutes

  • TxAM-CRS 276
  • Colección
  • 1943-1951

This collection contains the minutes of the Texas A&M Development Fund Board between 1943 and 1959.

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