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Football Media Guides

01-01: 1929 Season
01-02: 1940 Season
01-03: 1941 Season
01-04: 1942 Season
01-05: 1949 Season
01-06: 1950 Season
01-07: 1951 Season
01-08: 1952 Season
01-09: 1953 Season
01-10: 1954 Season
01-11: 1955 Season
01-12: 1956 Season
01-13: 1957 Season
01-14: 1958 Season
01-15: 1959 Season
01-16: 1960 Season
01-17: 1961 Season
01-18: 1962 Season
01-19: 1963 Season
01-20: 1964 Season
01-21: 1965 Season
01-22: 1966 Season
01-23: 1967 Season
01-24: 1968 Season
01-25: 1969 Season

Football Media Guides

02-01: 1970 Season
02-02: 1971 Season
02-03: 1972 Season
02-04: 1973 Season
02-05: 1974 Season
02-06: 1975 Season
02-07: 1976 Season
02-08: 1977 Season
02-09: 1978 Season
02-10: 1979 Season
02-11: 1980 Season
02-12: 1981 Season
02-13: 1982 Season
02-14: 1983 Season
02-15: 1984 Season
02-16: 1985 Season

Football Media Guides

08-01: Texas A&M Football Media Guide, 2007 Season

08-02: Texas A&M Football Media Guide, 2012 Season

08-03: Texas A&M Football Media Guide, 2014 Season

08-04: Texas A&M Football Media Guide, 2015 Season

08-05: SEC Football Media Guide, 2015 Season

Football Media Guides

09-01: SEC Football Media Guide, 2016 Season

09-02: Texas A&M Football Media Guide, 2016 Season

09-03: SEC Football Media Guide, 2017 Season

09-04: Texas A&M Football Media Guide, 2017 Season

Equinox Typescripts and Triton Long Galley Proofs

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Two typescripts of Equinox by Samuel R. Delany housed in a blue custom box. Typescripts are the original and ribbon copies of an early draft of the novel. The original typescript is 144 leaves, double spaced, typed on rectos only, with an 11 leaf photocopy insert between p. 18 and p.19. It also contains textual revisions in Delany's hand and copy-editing marks in an unknown hand. Ribbon copy is 152 leaves, double-spaced, typed on rectos only, with an 11 leaf photocopy insert between p. 18 and p.19. It contains significant textual revisions in multiple inks. Both typescripts have a signed holograph note by Delany contextualizing the manuscript. Equinox was first published by Lancer Press in 1973 and later republished by Masquerade Books in 1994.

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Long galley proofs in a custom clamshell box of the first edition of Triton, published in 1976 by Bantam Books and nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel. This is Delany's set of proofs and they are heavily corrected and annotated by him in pencil. Also in the folder is a signed holograph note by Delany contextualizing the galley proofs on the first page. 119 leaves, printed on recto only.

African American Scrapbook

The charcoal images are as follows:
A barefoot African American family, mother, father, and eight children in period rural dress standing in front of a portion of a ramshackle cabin with a split wood shingle roof.
A longer view of the family, a bit scattered in front of a full view of the cabin.
Mother and daughter inside the cabin in front of a wall covered with newspaper.
Mother sitting outside the cabin, shown from the exterior chimney end.
Mother and son by a well in a wooded area.
Father and other male workers bailing cotton.

Correspondence, Documents, and Photos

1/1: Biography

  • Copy of a handwritten declaration from Texas A&M President, L. S. Ross, April 26, 1895.
  • Typed copy of Alva Mitchell's biography.
  • Name and address of Alva Mitchell's youngest son, Ralph Howard Mitchell.

1/2: Articles

  • Article in the Houston Post, "Men Prominent in Affairs of the A. & M. College of Texas," 6 copies, December 31, 1911.
  • Article in the Battalion, "Who's Who: Professor A. Mitchell," March 13, 1923.
  • Article in the Texas A&M System News, "Board Resolution Pays High Tribute to Alva Mitchell," 6 copies, June 1956.
  • Article in the Texas A&M System News, "J. Wheeler Barger Resolution Passed by Board," June 1956.

1/3: Miscellaneous Articles

  • Commencement program for A&M College's graduation ceremony that summer, 1 original, and 1 photocopy, July 5-7, 1892.
  • War Department Army Training School Certificate for a course in Auto Mechanics, taken by Wendell Harold Mitchell, November 1918.
  • United States Railroad Administration certificate for discharged soldiers, belonged to Wendell Harold Mitchell, December 1918.
  • Copy of Governor Richard Coke and President Thomas Gathright's inaugural speeches from the 1876 inauguration of Texas A&M, 1951.

1/4: Photographs of Alva Mitchell's classmates from the Class of 1894, all photos are signed by the cadet they were a portrait of, 11 photos.

1/5: Photograph of the Corps. of Cadets standing in formation in front of the Academic Building, 1 photo.

1/6: Photographs of students, the campus, and President Franklin Roosevelt's motorcade during the President's visit to the campus in 1937, 20 photos.

1/7: Photographs of students around different areas of the campus, possibly with Professor Mitchell during his days as a lecturer, 11 photos, Undated.

Drake Materials

1/1 - Letters From Bryan Scott, 1990
1/2 - Invitation to “The Night of 100 Davids,” July 23, 1991
1/3 - Thank you letter to Drake for a New York Times advertisement, February 4, 1992
1/4 - Best wishes letter to Drake for an upcoming show, June 21, 1992
1/5 - Letter with a check for $20 to donate to an AIDS agency, June 22, 1992
1/6 - Appreciation letter to Drake for The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, June 22, 1992
1/7 - Birthday postcard to Drake, June 24, 1992
1/8 - Letters of appreciation for The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, June 28, 1992 - August 10, 1992
1/9 - Letter from Joe Watts requesting a copy of The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me to produce for his theatre group, August 15, 1992
1/10 - Letter from Scott Grannan canceling dinner and discussing work and times to meet, August 21, 1992
1/11 - Letter from Paul Boynton requesting Drake's presence in The Actor's Day Book, October 11, 1992
1/12 - Letters of appreciation for The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, August 11, 1992 - October 20, 1992
1/13 - Fan letter of appreciation from T.B., November 23, 1992
1/14 - Holiday card to Drake from Philip Reed, December 28, 1992
1/15 - Letter of appreciation from Lindsay Davis, 1992
1/16 - Laughing Matters, 1992
1/17 - Letter from Rev. Charles Urnick describing holiday events and inviting Drake down to visit, January 1, 1993
1/18 - Letters of appreciation for The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, October 25, 1992 - January 3, 1993
1/19 - Holiday card from Roger Platizky mentioning teaching a course on "AIDS & Literature", January 4, 1993
1/20 - Letter from Dill Clendenen for the holidays and asking Drake to come to visit, January 5, 1993
1/21 - Letter from J. Oliver inviting Drake for a visit and wishing him happy holidays, January 5, 1993
1/22 - Letters of appreciation, January 6, 1993 - January 19, 1993
1/23 - Letter from Anders Odelius about translating plays into Swedish, January 22, 1993
1/24 - Invitation to Sam's 2nd Annual Equity Fights AIDS Benefit, February 1, 1993
1/25 - Letters of appreciation and invitations to Drake to attend Theatre Productions, February 2, 1993 - March 8, 1993
1/26 - Letters of appreciation from friends about his works, March 8, 1993 - March 31, 1993
1/27 - Letters of appreciation from acquaintances, April 12, 1993 - April 26, 1993
1/28 - Appreciation from fans about Drake's works, April 26, 1993
1/29 - Letters from Rabbi Richard A. Weiss in support of "Opposition to discrimination based on sexual orientation", April 27, 1993
1/30 - Letter to Drake from $3 bill about joining their artistic advisory board, April 27, 1993
1/31 - Letter from The Joan Rivers Show about an enclosed dub of the "Twenty-Something" Show, May 14, 1993
1/32 - Postcard from Bryan from North England, May 17, 1993
1/33 - Letter requesting a contribution from Drake for the Center's Garden Party, May 19, 1993
1/34 - Letter about interviewing Drake for Between the Lines, May 20, 1993
1/35 - Letters of appreciation from fans and old acquaintances, May 1993
1/36 - Letters of appreciation from fans, June 1, 1993 - July 13, 1993
1/37 - Birthday letter to Drake, June 27, 1993
1/38 - Letter of thanks from Celebration Theatre, August 10, 1993
1/39 - Fan letter asking Drake to contribute to the Purple Circuit and Artists Confronting AIDS; contains photos, August 11, 1993
1/40 - Letter and Postcards from fans and acquaintances, July 20, 1993 - September 2, 1993
1/41 - Holiday card from Ed and Jay, 1993
1/42 - Letters from fans regarding "The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me", December 20, 1993 - February 11, 1994
1/43 - Letters from friends wanting to get together, March 7, 1994 - March 8, 1994
1/44 - Interview request for Ten Percent Magazine, March 14, 1994
1/45 - Letters to Drake, March 7, 1994 - March 23, 1994
1/46 - A note about interview issues, April 4, 1994
1/47 - Invitation to a commitment ceremony, April 13, 1994
1/48 - Letters regarding The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, June 19, 1994 - July 11, 1994
1/49 - Letters for The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, September 13, 1994 - October 17, 1994
1/50 - Letter from casting director complimenting Drake's performance and asking for a resume, October 3, 1994
1/51 - Letters from friends, May 10, 1994 - October 23, 1994
1/52 - Invitation to join “The Sweater Book”, 1995
1/53 - Letter from Donn Teal, November 16, 1996
1/54 - Letters, Undated
1/55 - Birthday cards to Drake, Undated
1/56 - Holiday cards to Drake, Undated
1/57 - Letters for The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, Undated
1/58 - A birthday card with attached "We Remember" ribbon, Undated
1/59 - "Broadway Cares; Equity Fights AIDS" bumper sticker and "AIDS Awareness" stamp
1/60 - The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me review by William Spencer
1/61 - Birthday card from Drake's grandmother
1/62 - Seattle Gay News payslip, and Colours of Pride business card
1/63 - Note from The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, Undated
1/64 - "Lift the ban" Marguerita party to lift the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy
1/65 - Requests for Drake to contact people, Undated
1/66 - Advertisements for The Arts Castle at the Delaware County Cultural Arts Center and the Danbury Actors Repertory Theatre

Correspondence from Quincy to Viviane

1/1: May 20, 1914

1/2: May 23, 1914

1/3: May 28-30, 1914; June 1, 1914

1/4: June 2-3, 1914

1/5: June 4, 1914

1/6: June 5, 1914

1/7: June 6 and 8, 1914

1/8: June 9-10, 1914

1/9: June 11, 1914

Mears Papers

Series 1, Correspondence

1/1: Seven Letters
Of the seven letters in this series, all are written from Mears to various correspondents such as members of the Gatesville Methodist Church; "Week End", a radio show from New York; John Banta of the Waco Times-Herald; Robert Davis; and James Day, Texas State Archivist (1946-1963), concerning requests for research materials for her book on the history of Coryell County, Texas.

The exception was written to Mears in 1946 by Zelma Scott, who also wrote and published a study of Coryell County, A History of Coryell County, Texas (Texas State Historical Association, 1965) two years after the publication date of Mears' book.

Series 2, Drafts, Manuscripts, Galleys, and Research Notes

This series contains drafts of chapters and other sections published as Coryell County Scrapbook (Texian Press, 1963). Also present is a printer's galley of a portion of the book, as well as one file of stories not published in the final book, and one file of miscellaneous research and background notes. The drafts are mostly typewritten, with some handwritten annotations, while the research material is mostly handwritten.

1/2: Manuscript of the index, table of contents, preface, and book jacket text. Undated

1/3-12: Manuscript of Chapters One-Ten. Undated

1/13: Printer's galley. Undated

1/14: Unpublished drafts of stories. Undated

1/15-16: Research notes and clippings. 1940s-1960s S2-1/16: gathers original clippings and photostatic copies for which surrogates have been produced by the repository on archival quality paper, and those copies inserted in the other folders to prevent damage to less acidic documents

Series 3, Box 1

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  • Note to Eligio Garcia. [1870s]
  • Letter to C. Manuel Trevino from Eligio Garcia. 1877
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from William H. Russell. March 8, 1880
  • Letter to Lazaro Garza Ayala Matamoros from Secundino Reio. May 24, 1880
  • Letter to D. Manual Trevino from Enemencio Perez. February 15, 1881
  • Postcard for Enemencio Perez. June 21, 1881
  • Telegraph to Emilio Perez from the War Department. October 25, 1881
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from M. Trevino. July 5, 1882
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from Juan Perez. October 25, 1883
  • Letter to T. J. McNorton and Gertrude Heintz from D.L. Luce. June 2, 1885
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from Trinoleta Perez. May 13, 1886
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from Manuel Cortes. June 6, 1886
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from Stanley Welch. June 19, 1886
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from Armancio Garcia. July 6, 1886
  • Note. July 7, 1886
  • Note from Austasio Recio. July 10, 1886
  • Grocery List. 1886
  • Letter to John McNorton from Gertrude McNorton. March 4, 1887
  • Letter from J. Franco Ruiz. June 6, 1887
  • Letter from unknown, name illegible. March 5, 1888
  • Letter to Enemencio Perez from Eligio Garcia. May 13, 1888
  • Letter from Matias Perra. April 20, 1889
  • Letter. April 14, 1892
  • Letter to Casimiro Perez Alvarez from Camilo Saeris. April 16, 1892
  • Letter to Casimiro Perez Alvarez from F. Morales. April 8, 1893
  • Letter to Gertrude McNorton from her father. September 2, 1895
  • Letter to Starr County Surveyor from the United States Geological Survey. November 1, 1895
  • Letter to Casimiro Perez Alvarez from Alejo de la Garza. September 5, 1896
  • Letter to Casimiro Perez Alvarez from Eva Pena. January 4, 1897
  • Letter to Silvestra P. de Perez from Marta Garza. August 16, 1897
  • Letter to Gertrude McNorton from her father. March 12, 1898

Smythe Papers

1/1: Collection Guide

1/2: History of Smythe Family (typed)

1/3: Smythe Family Genealogical Chart

1/4: Letters, 1880; 1888; 1895; 1909

1/5: Undated Notes and Letters

1/6: Notebook owned by H. G. Smythe

1/7: Smythe Bros. Drugstore Notebooks

1/8: Medical Notebook

1/9: Picture Postcards

1/10: Photographs

1/11: Photographs

1/12: Bryan Daily Eagle, Vol. 1, No. 1. 1889

1/13: Funeral Notice for Dr. D. Port Smythe (1889)

1/14: Letters

1/15: Biography of Dr. Conrad Rettig, ancestor of Mrs. R. E. Barthold's husband.

Dairying Articles and Class of 1922 Materials

1-1: Dairying Articles by Arthur Dieterich, 1968-1971 and Articles on Dieterich

  • Copy of Dairymen’s Digest, September 1974
  • "Arthur Dieterich honored", May 1981
  • "Distinguished Service Award Recipient is Arthur Dieterich", May 20, 1972
  • "So- You Have Been Thinking About Going Jersey"
  • "Texas Jerseys Continue to Make History"
  • "Feeding for Profit Under North Texas Conditions", July 1968
  • "Here Is How Hay Shows Can Make You A Better Dairyman", January 1971
  • "Good Maternity Management Means", February 1971
  • "Buying Feed An Important Job", April 1971
  • "Southern Region Producers Brace", July 1971
  • "Vacations Pay You With New Knowledge", August 1971
  • "It’s New Year For Dairy Farmers", September 1971
  • "Discussion About Feed Supplements", November 1971
  • "Hints For Mineral and Winter Feeding", December 1971

1-2: Dairying Articles by Arthur Dieterich, 1972-1973

  • "New Year’s Look At Feeding On Your Farm"
  • "Critical Examination Helps", January 1972
  • "Now Is The Time To Determine Your Seed And Fertilizer Needs", February 1972
  • "Feeding For Profit", March 1972
  • "Computer Planned Rations", April 1972
  • "Making The Best Use Of Your Land", May 1972
  • "Your Forage Program", June 1972
  • "Feeding and Training First Calf Heifers", July 1972
  • "It’s Maze Time Again", August 1972
  • "What is the best way to sell dairy cattle?", September 1972
  • "Should liquid feeding be a part of your operation?", November 1972
  • "A feeding trip through the southwest", December 1972
  • "Tax laws can help you save money", February 1973
  • "Buying seed for better production", March 1973
  • "Good pasture is worth more effort", April 1973
  • "What is your haying system?", May 1973
  • "Thoughts on buying grain at harvest time", June 1973
  • "Feeding to a Base Plan", July 1973
  • "Dairy farming in New England", August 1973
  • "Now- how do we feed?", September 1973
  • "The economics of dairy calf raising", October 1973
  • "Expanding your calf raising operation", November 1973
  • "What proteins do we use this winter?", December 1973

1-3: Dairying Articles by Arthur Dieterich, 1974-1975

  • "Pastures… A new look", March 1974
  • "So you want to be a Dairy Farmer", April 1974
  • "Take the gamble out of feed buying", July 1974
  • "Dairy Cattle Leasing", August 1974
  • "Now- How do we feed?", September 1974
  • "Dairying in the Pacific Northwest", October 1974
  • "There is a feed bargain counter", December 1974
  • "Buying dairy farm insurance", January 1975
  • "What is the feed situation now?", February 1975
  • "Are you selling family milk cows? Why not?", March 1975
  • "Some thoughts on buying semen", April 1975
  • "Feeding my cows for the next twelve months", May 1975
  • "Forage emphasis shifts to cool-season", June 1975
  • "Lewisburg experiment station revisited", August 1975
  • "September starts a new dairy year", September 1975
  • "How should we feed", October 1975
  • "Soil Conservation", November 1975
  • "Did you go to the fair?", December 1975

1-4: Dairying Articles by Arthur Dieterich, 1976-1977

  • "Think ‘Feeding’ these long winter evenings", January 1976
  • "Now! How do we make hay?", February 1976
  • "Marginal cows… What do we do with them?", March 1976
  • "More about hay… the important considerations", April 1976
  • "Dairy farmers are changing the way they feed", May 1976
  • "Dairy farmers need vacations", June 1976
  • "Nine ways to conserve cow energy", July 1976
  • "Feeding to a base plan", August 1976
  • "Vacationing in Virginia… Dairy farmer style", September 1976
  • "Making money milking cows", October 1976
  • "Dairymen profit by innovative feeding", November 1976
  • "Your 1980 model cow… some thoughts on breeding cattle", December 1976
  • "What price purple ribbons?", January 1977
  • "Dairy Farmers Look at Texas", February 1977
  • "Adapt… for feeding and farming", March 1977
  • "How can you keep ‘em down on the farm", April 1977
  • "Feeding and politics in 1977", May 1977
  • "The dairy farmer’s energy program", June 1977
  • "Drowning in cheap food and cheap milk", July 1977
  • "Wisconsin dairy farming… How they do it", August 1977
  • "How do we measure our feeding ability?", September 1977
  • "How to buy feed this year", October 1977
  • "Dairy farm families give thanks", November 1977
  • "Dairy farmers and the new farm bill", December 1977

1-5: Dairying Articles by Arthur Dieterich, 1978-1979

  • "Happy feeding… Happy New Year in 1978", January 1978
  • "Our proven purebred cows deserve proven seed", February 1978
  • "Why do dairymen sellout? And how?", March 1978
  • "The art of good haymaking", April 1978
  • "How to keep cows milking this summer", May 1978
  • "Grind and mix my own feed YES or NO", June 1978
  • "'Uncle Arthur, why did you have to go to college to learn how to milk cows?'", September 1978
  • "Shall we raise this calf… Yes or No?", October 1978
  • "Would a $71,800 feed bill jar us?", November 1978
  • "Let’s do something NOW about our 1978 taxes", December 1978
  • "Are you ready to move your dairy?", January 1979
  • "Inflation and the dairy farmer…What can we do about it?", February 1979
  • "Store big round bales in the barn for five dollars", March 1979
  • "Proud dairy farm families", April 1979
  • "Now…Pasture is worth twice as much", May 1979
  • "How we can successfully sell more milk, gain milk drinking friends, and have fun while doing it.", June 1979
  • "Feeding and training", July 1979
  • "Our springer heifers", July 1979
  • "What is our base plan?", August 1979
  • "How dairymen and dairy farmers are meeting inflationary and manipulated feed prices", September 1979
  • "Will it pay me to raise this calf, this year?", October 1979
  • "How big should my dairy be?", November 1979
  • "Last chance to save taxes… or to save a farm", December 1979

1-6: Dairying Articles by Arthur Dieterich, 1980-1981

  • "A dairy farmer’s political responsibility", February 1980
  • "What’s new in dairy farming?", March 1980
  • "A thousand days and a thousand nights", April 1980
  • "Extra labor for summer’s extra chores", May 1980
  • "Managing our vacations", June 1980
  • "Now! Mister Dairy Farmer, it is our turn to be tested", July 1980
  • "Selling milk…times to remember", August 1980
  • "This is how our neighbors are feeding", September 1980
  • "Managing fresh cow stressed", October 1980
  • "Thankful people", November 1980
  • "Measuring our management… How did we do??", December 1980
  • "Cull cows and make 1981 a better year", January 1981
  • "A plant breeder and a dairy farmer look at small grains", February 1981
  • "Remembering cooperative meetings then and now: We have come a long way", April 1981

1-7: Two audiotapes of members of Class of 1922

1-8: Class of 1922 Book, compiled and edited in 1984-1985

  • Living graduates of the Texas A&M College Graduation Class of 1922 tell how it was, how they lived, their careers, families, ups and downs, sources of pride, what they did for A&M, and what A&M did for them.

Other contents:

  • "North Texas State University Oral History Collection (Business Archives Project) Number 96"
  • Interview with Arthur and Louise Caillet Dieterich (2 copies)
  • "67 Years of Dairy Farming"

Wool and Felt Caps

This box contains:

  • One black wool baseball hat with "Class of [19]08" inscribed in orange stitching. Donated by George T. Burndrett, Class of 1908 in Electrical Engineering.
  • Two navy blue felt caps, military-style with "AMC" and laurel wreaths decorated on the front (date unknown).
  • One military-style navy blue felt cap with Texas pins decorated on the front (date unknown)
  • Tan Freshman hat (Corps of Cadets), donated by Ross H. Anderson, Class of 1977.

Correspondence and Library Guides

1/1: Letter to Jeremy Brett from Barbara Kievit-Mason, 3 copies. September 17, 2013

1/2: Texas A&M University Library Guide, with library floor plans and illustrations, 18 pages, 1968

1/3: A Self-Guided Tour of the TAMU Library, library map floor plan showing book stack subject locations, 7 pages, Undated

1/4: Texas A&M University Library History, Evans Library, 8 pages, 1970

1/5: The Krueger Collection in the Texas A&M University Library with a short history of Carl C. Krueger, 26 pages, Undated

1/6: Texas A&M University Map, Undated

1/7: Library Lecture Announcements

  • "Researching in Federal Archives and Records Center" by Dr. C. George Younkin. January 19, 1973
  • "A Reference Librarian Reflects on Library Finance, Library Collections and Library Networks" by Maxine Johnston. February 23, 1973
  • "American University Libraries: Organization and Administration" by Dr. Edward G. Holly. October 15, 1971

1/8: Texas A&M University Library Guides

  • Special Collections and University Archives flyer, 4 pages, Undated
  • General Information, 4 pages, Undated
  • How to Find a Biography, 4 pages, Undated
  • How to Find Book Reviews, 4 pages, Undated
  • The Card Catalog and The Serials Holding List, 4 pages, Undated
  • The Basic Collection, 4 pages, Undated
  • The Document Division, 4 pages, Undated
  • Humanities and Social Sciences Division Including Architecture, 4 pages, Undated
  • Library Science-Technology Division, 4 pages, Undated

1/9: Texas A&M University Library Notes, Volume 3 No. 2, 9 pages, March 1967

1/10: Texas A&M University Library Notes, Volume 4 No.5, 11 pages, November 1968

1/11: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 6 No. 1, 6 pages, September 1970
  • Volume 6 No. 2, 7 pages, November 1970
  • Volume 6 No. 3, 8 pages, November 1970

1/12: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 6 No. 4, 6 pages March 1971
  • Volume 6 No. 5, 8 pages May 1971

1/13: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 7 No. 1, 10 pages, September 1971
  • Volume 7 No. 2, 10 pages, November 1971

1/14: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 7 No. 3, 10 pages, January 1972
  • Volume 7 No. 4, 10 pages, March 1972

1/15: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 8 No. 1, 8 pages, September 1972
  • Volume 8 No. 2, 8 pages, November 1972

1/16: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 8 No. 3, 6 pages, January 1973
  • Volume 8 No. 4, 4 pages, 2 copies, March 1973
  • Volume 8 No. 5, 6 pages, May 1973

1/17: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 9 No. 1, 8 pages, October 1973
  • Volume 9 No. 2, 6 pages, December 1973

1/18: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 9 No. 4, 4 pages, April 1974
  • Volume 9 No. 5, 8 pages, June 1974

1/19: Texas A&M University Library Notes

  • Volume 10 No. 1, 8 pages, October 1974
  • Volume 10 No. 2, 6 pages, December 1974
  • Volume 10 No. 2, 6 pages, February 1975
  • Volume 10 No. 4, 6 pages, April 1975

1/20: Texas A&M University Library Notes, Volume 11 No. 5, 4 pages, June 1976.

1/21: Texas A&M University Annual Report, 41 pages, 1970-1971

1/22: Texas A&M University Libraries Reports

  • Biennium Report, 51 pages, 1971-1972
  • Annual Report, 43 pages, 1973-1974

1/23: Report to the Committee on the Future of the Card Catalog, Sterling C. Evans Library by John Corbin, May 13, 1986

1/24: NOTIS Catalog Memo, January 29, 1988

1/25: Cataloging Team Final Report: Findings and Recommendations, September 1, 1998

Robson Correspondence and Photographs

This box contains the following:

  • Photograph of Robson outside of a military tent. Handwritten note on the back: "grey in Honda Spanish American War Quarter Master Sgt.".
  • Photograph portrait of Robson at A&M College.
  • Photograph of Bill (unknown) at A&M College in front of a pillar of an unknown building.
  • Correspondence, "Dear Father" from "Son" C. Guy Robson. October 24, 1897 (3 pages)
  • The Battalion Stationary envelope addressed to Judge W. S. Robson in La Grange, Texas. May 28, 1898
  • Headquarters Corps of Cadets, College Station, TX. Commandant approved by the President, the Corps of Cadets appointments made belonging to any class during the class upon the opening of the next session. June 10, 1896 (3 pages)
  • Invitation letter from the Corps of Cadets of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas to the "Thanksgiving Hop" complimentary to the Football Team on November 29, 1907, in College Station, TX
  • Correspondence dating "Gentleman" from "The Claim Prwarder" A. J. Moorhead. July 2, 1901 (1 page)

Biographic Material, Correspondence, and Photographs

1/1: "Deutsch-Koloniale Baumwoll-Unternehmungen Bericht v Frühjahr" [German-Colonial Cotton v- Spring Report…] (6 pages). 1905

1/2: Mechanical Drawing paperback mechanical engineering plates, Maysville R. R. Bridge for Junior Class written/drawn by G. H. Pape (27 pages). 1902-1903

1/3: Mechanical Drawing paperback third Class 1901 C. E. 1902 drawn by G. H. Pape (18 pages). 1901

1/4: Shreveport, Louisiana map from Hodges Auto Storage. Undated

1/5: Ernst and Ernst Audits and Tax Systems Tax Service certificate, addressed to "gentleman from Ernst? [illegible signature]" (3 pages). November 4, 1925

1/6: Photographs (11x). Undated
1x, Skier on a mountainside
1x, European-style building
1x, European-style manor
1x, Unknown persons and a lithograph
2x, Group of eight immigrants on a boat named "The George Washington"
1x, A couple on a boat [immigrants?]
1x, Portrait of a man taken in Bryan, TX
2x, Portrait of a man in uniform
1x, Portrait of a man taken by Hegemann Co. San Antonio, TX

1/7: Genealogy/biography document of Gustav Hermann Pape (1 page typed).

1/8: Newspaper clipping of Obituary of Gustav Pape who passed away at age 75. Undated

1/9: Document typed in German titled "Vertrag" (4 pages).

1/10: Correspondence typed in German, addressed to Reichs: Kolonialamts from Herrn [Mr.] G. H. Pape (4 pages). December 8, 1910

1/11: Correspondence. 1910
Addressed to Herrn [Mr.] G. H. Pape from Carl Hagenbeck, (1 page, typed in German). December 23, 1910
Addressed to [illegible name] from G. H. Pape, (1 page, written in German). January 13, 1911
Addressed to [illegible name] from [illegible name], (written in German). September 20, 1910
Addressed to [unknown] from Governor I. V. von Doering, (2 pages, written in German). August 7, 1910
Addressed "Wuf die Eingaben pom 9. Und 123. Ds. Mts." from Gustav Pape, (2 pages, written in German). April 30, 1910
Addressed to "Auf die Schriben von 12. Und 28 Mai d. Js.", from G. H. Pape, (2 pages, written in German). May 31, 1910
Document addressed "Ohne Vorgang!" [without operation], (4 pages, typed in German). Undated
From "Richs-Kolonialamt, Berlin" [rich colonial office], (in German, no address). December 10, 1910
Document titled "Vertrag" [agreement], signed by Gustav Pape and an unknown signature above typed "Kolonial Wirtschaftliches Komitee" [Colonial Economic Committee], (2 pages, typed in German). June 18, 1906
From [Gustav] Pape, (2 pages, no address, written in German). December 11, 1910
Addressed "Auf das Schreiben vom 11. V. Mts." from G. H. Pape, (1 page, written in German). September 6, 1910
Addressed "Sehr geehrter Herr Pape" from Henry Pape, (1 page, written in German). November 7, 1910

1/12: Telegram to E. H. Pape from Berlin, from The "Colonial Office" on Texas issued U. S. Postal Service telegram paper in Waco, TX. November 2 [no year]

Wesley Foundation

1-1
Methodist Student Movement Annual Report, Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Wesley Bible Chair. 1957-1958 (27 pages)

1-2
Methodist Student Movement Annual Report, Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Wesley Bible Chair. 1958-1959 (17 pages)

1-3
Methodist Student Movement Annual Report, Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Wesley Bible Chair. 1959-1960 (19 pages)

1-4
Methodist Student Movement Annual Report, Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Wesley Bible Chair. 1961-1962 (11 pages)

1-5
Methodist Student Movement Annual Report, Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Wesley Bible Chair. 1962-1963 (13 pages)

1-6
Methodist Student Movement Annual Report, Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Wesley Bible Chair. 1963-1964 (10 pages)

1-7
Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Wesley Foundation. May 6, 1962 (2 pages, typed)
Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. November 3, 1962 (3 pages)
Proposed Wesley Foundation Building at A&M College of Texas, includes layout, design, and funding for the building. 1962 (6 pages)

1-8
Minutes of the Executive Committee of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors Meeting. January 23, [1963]
Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. May 4, 1963 (3 pages)
Minutes of the Executive Committee of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors Meeting. October 8, 1963
Minutes of the Executive Committee of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors Meeting. October 22, 1963
Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. November 9, 1963 (2 pages)
Methodist Student Movement Building Fund. Undated

1-9 Foundations vol. VI, No. 2. January 1964 (4 pages)
Minutes of the Executive Committee of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors Meeting. March 19, 1964 (2 pages)
Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. March 21, 1964 (3 pages)
Methodist Student Movement at Texas A&M University, Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements for the 9 Month Period Ended. February 29, 1964
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. May 15, 1964
Correspondence addressed to Mr. Horn from Frank W. R. Hurbert. July 24, 1964
Correspondence addressed to Dr. Frank W. R. Hubert from Louis J. Horn. July 20, 1964
A&M News Information discussing the appointment of John B. Orr as an assistant professor of philosophy. Undated
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. August 19, 1964 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. September 14, 1964 (2 pages)
Methodist Student Movement at Texas A&M University, Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements for 3 Month Period Ended. August 31, 1964
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. October 12, 1964 (2 pages)
Flyer, The Wesley Foundation Texas A&M University: The Methodist Student Center. Undated
Report of the Campus Minister to the Board of Directors of Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. October 31, 1964 (4 pages)
Minutes of Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. October 31, 1964 (4 pages)
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. December 7, 1964 (2 pages)
Methodist Student Movement at A&M University, Statement of Cash Receipts, and Disbursements. November 30, 1964
Board of Directors, A&M Wesley Foundation. (2 pages)
"You Can Stand Tall for Christ" pamphlet from the Texas Methodist Foundation. Undated (4 pages)

1-10
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. January 11, 1965 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. February 8, 1965 (2 pages)
Methodist Student Movement at A&M University, Statement of Cash Receipts, and Disbursements. February 28, 1965
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. March 8, 1965 (5 pages)
Called Meeting of the Executive Committee of Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. March 26, 1965 (4 pages)
Methodist Student Movement at A&M University, Statement of Cash Receipts, and Disbursements. April 12, 1965
Minutes of the Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. May 1, 1965 (6 pages)
Board of Directors of Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University, May 1, 1965
Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. May 1, 1965 (2 pages)
Report of the Campus Minister to the Board of Directors of Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. May 1, 1965 (4 pages)
Report of the Methodist Student Movement President to the Board. May 1, 1965 (2 pages)
Quadrennial Conference
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. June 14, 1965
Methodist Student Movement at Texas A&M University Financial Report. June 1, 1965 - October 31, 1965 (2 pages)
Methodist Student Movement at Texas A&M University Financial Report. June 1965 (2 pages)
Dr. C. H. Samplson, Chairman of Board of Stewards. Report of the A&M Methodist Church. October 12, 1965 (4 pages)
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. October 12, 1965
Minutes of the Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. November 6, 1965 (2 pages)
Report of the Campus Minister to the Board of Directors of the Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. November 6, 1965 (3 pages)
Report of Associate Campus Minister the Reverend Thomas Gray. November 6, 1965
Report of President of Methodist Student Movement to the Board of Directors Tom Morgan. November 6, 1965 (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. November 9, 1965 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. November 9, 1965
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. December 14, 1965

1-11 Foundations vol. IX, No. 4. January 1966 (4 pages)
Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University Proposed Budget. 1966-1967
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. January 10, 1966
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. February 15, 1966
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. March 8, 1966 (2 pages, 2 copies)
Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University Board of Directors. May 7, 1966
Building Committee Report. Undated (3 pages)
Minutes of the Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. May 7, 1966 (2 pages)
Methodist Student Movement at Texas A&M University Financial Report. June 1, 1965 - April 30, 1966 (2 pages)
Report to the Board of Directors Texas A&M Wesley Foundation. May 7, 1966 (3 pages)
Report of Campus Minister to the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. May 7, 1966 (3 pages)
Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. May 7, 1966 (2 pages)
Report of President of Methodist Student Movement to Board of Directors Jerry Cooper. May 7, 1966 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. June 17, 1966
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. July 19, 1966
Meeting of the Executive Board of the A&M Wesley Foundation. September 13, 1966
Minutes of the Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. November 5, 1966
Report of the Campus Minister to the Board of Directors of the Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. November 5, 1966

1-12
Minutes of the Executive Board of the Wesley Foundation. January 10, 1967
Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Wesley Foundation. March 14, 1967
Minutes of the Executive Board of the Wesley Foundation. March 14, 1967
Meeting of the Executive Committee of the A&M Wesley Foundation. April 9, 1968
A&M News on the dedication of the Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. 1968 (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University Report of Campus Minister to the Board of Directors. November 16, 1968 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Executive Committee of the A&M Wesley Foundation. February 11, 1969

1-13
Correspondence addressed to Brother Copeland from Charles A. Rodenberger. May 22, 1972 (2 pages)
A&M Wesley Foundation Financial Statement. August 31, 1972
Executive Committee Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors. September 6, 1972 (2 pages)
Fall Meeting of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors. November 4, 1972 (4 pages)
Correspondence addressed to "the board of directors" from James A. Brannen. March 19, 1973
Spring Meeting of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors. March 25, 1973 (3 pages)
Fall Meeting of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors. September 29, 1973 (4 pages)
Minutes of the Spring Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. March 9, 1974 (3 pages)
Minutes Board of Directors Meeting, A&M Wesley Foundation. October 12, 1974 (2 pages)
Minutes of the Spring Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. April 12, 1975 (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. March 31, 1975
Report of the Nominating Committee. 1974 (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation Building Fund. April 8, 1975
Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M Board of Directors Meeting. October 25, 1975
Minutes of the Fall Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. October 25, 1975 (3 pages)
Board Members for 1975-1976: Les Alber, Bob Bell, David Brochu, Wallace Chappell, Ethel Clark, Stewart CDlendenin, Joe Dixon, Don Elder, Jim Ellison, Margie Ellison, Carroll Fancher, Roger Feldman, Larry J. Grubbs, Tom Hester, Louis Horn, David Houston, Earl Knebel, Earl Knebel, E.W. Leach, R. E. Leighton, Ashbury Lennox, Elza Love, Eugene Marquis, Hallie Morton, Lee McClesky, Ira Orr, B.J. Ragsdale, James Lee Riley, C. A. Rodenberger, Charles Samson Jr., John Sandstedt, J. B. Scearce, Judy Stephens, Dewayne Suter, Edna Tarrow, James Taylor, Horace Van Cleave, Walter Varvel, Bob Waters, Helen Hawkins, Hesson Durst, Bob Chevouswelth
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. September 30, 1975 (2 pages)

1-14
Proposal. Wesley Foundation of the United Methodist Church at Texas A&M University Building Fund Request, submitted to the Moody Foundation Galveston, TX. Submitted by Dwayne Suter and W. C. Hall. 1978 (47 pages)

1-15:
Correspondence addressed to "Dear Friends" from W. C. Hall Jr. April 10, 1979
Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Consecration Service, James A. Brannen Memorial Chapel Jesse H. Jones Fellowship Hall. April 21, 1979 (4 pages)
Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Memorial Gifts. Undated (8 pages)
Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Memorial Gifts donation list. Undated(5 pages)
Correspondence addressed to "Members of A&M United Methodist Church" from Nelson Durst and Ann S. Grady. May 9, 1979
"We are the Aggies…Methodist are We…" Flyer discussing Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Student Center and Expansion Program. February 7, 1977
Building Use Policy of the A&M Wesley Foundation. Undated (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. March 31, 1979 (2 pages)
Spring Meeting of the A&M Wesley Foundation Board of Directors. April 21, 1979 (3 pages)
Self-Study Committee, Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University. June 15, 1979 (20 pages)
Wesley Foundation Board Meeting Agenda. July 21, 1979
Fall Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. September 29, 1979 (3 pages)
Fall Meeting of the A&M Wesley Foundation. October 29, 1978 (3 pages)
Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. December 8, 1979 (4 pages)
Minutes of the Division on Campus Ministry Lakeview Methodist Assembly. November 30-December 1, 1979 (2 pages)
Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. December 8, 1979 (2 pages)

1-16
Correspondence addressed to Reverend W. C. Hall Jr. from A. Jerry Bruce on Sam Houston State stationary. January 21, 1980
Correspondence addressed to "A&M Wesley Foundation Local Board Members" from W. C. Hall Jr. January 25, 1980
Constitution for the Wesley Foundation Texas A&M University College Station, TX. Undated (3 pages)
Correspondence addressed to the "Texas A&M Wesley Foundation Board" from W.C. Hall Jr. and Bob Chenoweth. February 5, 1980
Wesley Foundation Board Meeting Agenda. February 23, 1980
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. February 23, 1980 (5 pages)
Correspondence addressed "Dear Wesley Foundation Board Member" from Bob Chenoweth. March 3, 1980
Constitution for the Wesley Foundation Texas A&M University College Station, TX. Undated (3 pages)
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. May 31, 1980 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. June 7, 1980 (4 pages)
A&M Wesley Foundation Board Meeting Agenda. June 7, 1980
Wesley Foundation Board. June 1980 (4 pages)
Correspondence addressed to "The Potts and Sibley Foundation" from Louis J. Horn. July 2, 1980
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. July 31, 1980 (2 pages)
Correspondence addressed "Dear Wesley Foundation Board Member" from Bob Chenoweth. August 15, 1980
Wesley Foundation of Texas A&M University flyer. Undated
Board Membership list. Undated (2 pages)
Meeting of the Board of directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. September 6, 1980 (3 pages)
Wesley Foundation Financial Report: The A&M Wesley Foundation Board Meeting Agenda. September 6, 1980
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. 1980 (2 pages)
A&M Wesley Foundation Board Nominating Committee Report. 1980-1982
Correspondence addressed to "Wesley Foundation Board Member" from Bob Chenoweth. September 11, 1980
Correspondence addressed to "Board Member" from R. D. "Bob" Chenoweth. October 24, 1980
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. September 30, 1980 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. November 5, 1980 (2 pages)

1-17
Wesley Foundation Board Members list. 1981 (3 pages)
Wesley Foundation Board Officers and Committees. 1981 (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. January 31, 1981 (2 pages)
Wesley Spring Semester Calendar. February - May 1981
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. February 21, 1981 (3 pages)
Correspondence addressed to Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy from Louis J. Horn. March 6, 1981
Correspondence addressed to R. Jack Kent from Louis J. Horn. March 6, 1981
Correspondence addressed to "Dear A&M Wesley Board Member" from Robert "Bob" D. Chenoweth. March 16, 1981
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. March 31, 1981 (2 pages)
A&M Wesley Foundation Board Meeting Agenda. April 25, 1981
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. April 25, 1981 (4 pages)
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. August 1, 1981 (3 pages)
Building use Policy of the Wesley Foundation at Texas A&M University (Campus Ministry of the United Methodist Church). Undated (2 pages)
Correspondence addressed to "A&M Wesley Board Member" from Bob Chenoweth. September 10, 1981
A&M Wesley Foundation. October 10, 1981
Wesley Foundation Financial Report. September 30, 1981 (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation Savings and Reserve Accounts (2 pages)
Correspondence addressed to Mrs. Thelma Mauck from Lowell F. Jones. October 22, 1981 (2 pages)
Wesley Foundation Budget Proposal. 1982

1-18
Wesley Foundation Board Members. 1982 (3 pages)
Wesley Foundation Board Officers and Committees. 1982 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. February 20, 1982 (4 pages)
A&M Wesley Foundation Board Meeting Agenda. April 17, 1982
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. April 17, 1982 (3 pages)
Correspondence addressed to Reverend Mr. Sam Duree from Louis J. Horn. April 29, 1982
Correspondence addressed to Reverend Mr. Jerry Darter from Louis J. Horn. April 29, 1982
Correspondence addressed to "Friends" from Louis J. Horn. April 30, 1982
Correspondence addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas from Louis J. Horn. April 30, 1982
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. September 18, 1982 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. January 23, 1983 (2 pages)
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. April 16, 1983 (4 pages)
Correspondence addressed to "Dear Friends" from Charles Pinnell. April 27, 1983
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation meeting. April 14, 1984 (4 pages)
Meeting of the Board of Directors of the A&M Wesley Foundation. September 22, 1984 (4 pages)

M. K. T. Jr. Materials

1-1: "Ruminations of Marmaduke Knox Thornton: an Imaginative Man" manuscript, contains a biography of Thornton describing his personal life along with his work as a professor in Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M College (photographs of Marmaduke included in biography).

1-2: "The Poetry Collection of M. K. 'Duke' Thornton" manuscript, with poems by Thornton and photographs of him.

1-3: Correspondence
Letter of gratitude for serving 25 years at Texas A&M College awarded to Thornton. December 17, 1938
Letter of gratitude of Military Service, signed by Harry Truman on white house parchment.
Annual Christmas Dinner announcement for faculty and staff of the TAMC. December 17, 1938
From Commanding Officer of the Coast Artillery Training Camp, C. L. Kilburn, to [no name, possibly Thornton]. Subject: coast artillery training camp discussing heavy artillery duties and officer enlistment qualifications. May 14, 1918
From Commanding Officer of the Coast Artillery Training Camp, C. L. Kilburn, to [no name, possibly Thornton], discussing upcoming events for accepted applicants for basic training camp. May 31, 1918
From the War Department, Office of the Chief of Coast Artillery Second Lieutenant D. G. Schneider, prohibiting individual induction of chemists. November 1, 1918
From Major R. R. Welshimer at the Coast Artillery Training Camp Fort Monroe, VA to Thornton, discussing information on training camp and transfer opportunities. June 21, 1918
War Department Classification card for Marmaduke K[nox] Thornton for Dover, New Jersey. 1918
From R. R. Weshimer to [no name, possibly Thornton] with information about the 5th Coast Artillery Training Camp in Fort Monroe, VA. 1918
Mississippi A&M College transcript copy certifying Thornton with a B.S. in Education, signed by Hough Cority. March 1, 1915
From TAMC President W. B. Bizzell to college instructors describing school opening exercises and activities on campus. September 18, 1915
To Professor C. R. Richards providing a letter of recommendation of Mr. Thornton for the position he applied to. January 29, 1915
From C. C. Hedges, head of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering TAMC, addressed to the members of the department discussing stockroom and laboratory work. September 18, 1915
From C.C. Hedges, head of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering TAMC, discussing registration and laboratory concerns and new regulations. September 15, 1915
From the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering TAMC, discussing lab safety rules and regulations, signed by C.C. Hedges. September 1915 (2 pages)
First Annual Banquet pamphlet of the Young Men’s Christian Association and A&M College. March 28, 1912

1-4
Photograph, Thornton in uniform. 1942
Photograph, Class of 1928 35th Reunion (left to right: Cleo Buck - Track Captain, H. Broiles - Baseball Captain, Siki Sikes - Basketball Captain, and Joel Hunt - Football Captain)

1-5
Essay, "Phosphorous with Clover for Pastures" by Thornton (5 pages)
List of published works by Thornton including publishers and dates. (9 pages)

1-6:
Notes for the book "Cottonseed Products" by Thornton or (teaching notes) series of outlines over the history of cotton pre-1700 to the early 1900s. (26 pages)

1-7: The Court Martial Vol 1, Issue 1. Corps of Cadets joke/parody magazine written by Cadets. 1916

1-8: Correspondence addressed to "Punk" from Hics (illegible) describing two photographs found to add to the collection. February 14, 1990

Boonville History Materials

1/1: Boone and Bryan Families
Daniel Boone biography of the Boone family history including a family history of William Joel Bryan of Brazos County [typed]

Excerpt from Dallas Public Library titled "The Boon Family", describing the Boon Family history with handwritten notes on Joseph Bryan. 1979 [2 pages, photocopy]

"Pioneer Families of Missouri" [pages 2-3, 132-133] describing the history of Daniel Boone. Undated [2 pages, photocopy]

Handwritten family tree of Boone Family. Undated

"Bryan Family Patriots and Veterans". Undated

Handwritten Boone-Family Chart. Undated [photocopy]

"The Family Moving Together" with the Boone, Austin, and Bryan Family. Undated

Francis Bryan, III, and Sarah Brinker Bryan family tree. Undated

1/2: Manuscript
"Boonville Revisited" by Cornelious and Margaret vat Bavel describing Boonville family and Brazos and Boonville county histories. 1977 [10 pages, 2 copies]

1/3: Junus and Harvey Mitchell
Manuscript, "Information on the Mitchell Family" describing the history of Harvey Mitchell's family history starting from James Mitchell of Montgomery County TX. Undated

Handwritten court record, "Court Record Sept[ember] Term 1856" describing James Mitchell. Undated [2 pages, photocopy]

Manuscript, "Information about Harvey Mitchell", a biography of Harvey Mitchell. Undated

Book page titled "James Henry Mitchell, Bryan". Undated [photocopy]

Book page titled "Indian Wars and Pioneers of Texas" [page 288]. Undated [photocopy]

Clipping of book titled "Mitchell, J. H." [page 476]. Undated [photocopy]

Manuscript, "Harvey Mitchell File, TAMU" collection catalog [at Cushing?]. Undated

Manuscript, "Harvey Mitchell's Genealogy", autobiography and genealogy written by Harvey Mitchell. Undated [2 pages]

Book page, "Harvey Mitchell from Indian Wars and Pioneers" [page 38, 594, 595]. Undated [3 pages, photocopy]

Handwritten document titled "Debra's Great-Great-Grandfather" describing Harvey Mitchell biography and history. Undated [8 pages, photocopy]

The State of Texas County Deed of Harvey Mitchell deed. Undated [4 pages]

1/4
Indian Wars and Pioneers of Texas describing the history of Samuel Parker. Undated

1/5
Benjamin Hubert biography. Undated [3 pages]

1/6
Eli Seale - Joseph Arnold Seale biography. Undated

1/7: Bowman Family
Narrative of Anny Day who was a former slave owned by Eliza Bowman, November 5, 1937 [2 pages]

Document of the Thomas Bowman Family history. Undated [9 pages]

1/8
Clippings from the Conventions and Congresses (1832-1845) discussing pioneers in the Brazos County, TX region. Undated [photocopy]

1/9
Miscellaneous Boonville Notes a Chronology and a list of Documents. Undated [5 pages]

1/10
Petition to Form New County 1841. Undated [7 pages]

1/11: Exhibit Brochure
"Boonville: The First Seat of Brazos County". 1987 [2 pages]

1/12: County Records Regarding Boonville
"Report by the Three Commissioners Appointed by the County Court to Survey the Town Site of Boonville and to Sell Town Lots". Undated [4 pages]

"County Commissioners Minutes Book" May 6, 1844 [3 pages]

Deed Book B 940. Undated [2 pages]

County Commissioners Minutes. May [?], 1844 [2 pages]

Nancy Millican, Bill of Sale and Republic of Texas. Undated [2 pages]

Brochure, "College Station's First Settler: Artifacts from Home sit of Richard Carter", by Shawn Carlson. Undated

Deed Book, page 149 describing John Galloway. Undated [photocopy]

Handwritten letter by John Galloway. May [?], 1845 [photocopy]

The State of Texas (county of Calhoun) from Book B, page 320. Undated [3 pages]

County Commissioners Minutes: Book A, page 519. February 5, 1848 [2 pages]

Book E, page 28. Undated [5 pages]

County Commissioners Minutes Book A, page 582. November 1854 [2 pages]

E. R. Montgomery to Deed, Book D, page 435. 1855

County Commissioners Minutes Book A, page 166 discussing Boonville County. November 19, 1866 [2 pages]

County Commissioners Minutes Book D, page 349. May 12, 1890 [2 pages]

County Commissioners Minutes Book G, page 527. 1915

Deed Book B page 320. Undated [2 pages]

Location of Public Well in Boonville Deed Book L, page 434 and 485. 1872 [2 pages]

1/13: Hood's Brigade Bryan Centennial magazine The Early History of Bryan and the Surrounding Area by Joseph Milton Nance. 1962 [50 pages] attached Hood's Brigade Centennial coin

1/14: Plats, Property, and Overlay Maps
Land plots in Bryan-Boonville. 1920[?] [photocopy]

Land plot property map of Bryan-Boonville. 1920 [photocopy]

Blank map of Bryan-Boonville?. Undated

Road [?] map of South Highway 6 East Bypass to College Station. Undated [photocopy]

Overlay of a map of south highway 6 East bypass to College Station. Undated

Infrared [?] photograph of Highway 6 East Bypass to College Station. Undated

Overlay of Town Plot of Boonville Scale 1'=857'-0". Undated

Town Plot of Boonville Scale 1'=857'-0". Undated [photocopy]

Plot of the Town of Boonville, TX 1"-400' Drawn from data on page, by C.H. M. van Bavel. January 17, 1977 [2 copies]

Cemetery Corner-Corner of Boonville. Undated

Negatives of Maps. Undated [1 strip]

1/15
Field Survey of Boonville. Undated[6 pages]

1/16
Petition for a Post Office, Navasota County. 1841 [4 pages]

1/17: Manuscripts by Harvey Mitchell
"Courthouse History, Boonville". Undated [3 pages]

"Jail History of Brazos County". Undated [8 pages]

"Deer Hunt" personal narrative. Undated [16 pages]

"Bear Hunt" personal narrative. Undated [8 pages]

"Christmas Dinner" personal narrative. Undated [10 pages]

1/18
"Interview with Mr. Dela Carol" describing Mr. Carol's recollections on the Boonville County log courthouse. April 4, 1976 [2 pages]

1/19 Centennial History of Brazos Union Lodge, 1854-1954 by George A Long. January 1, 1954 [10 pages, photocopy]

1/20
"American Sketch of Brazos County" from American Sketch Book. Undated [14 pages]

Correspondence and Contracts - Joe Utay

1-0: Printed Finding Aid

1-1: Southwest Athletic Conference Bylaws and Constitution
First Annual Southwest Athletic Conference Chronicle [?,?] 1930 by Geo. White (30 pages)
Constitution of the “T” Association: College Station, Texas, Undated (4 pages)
Southwest Athletic Conference: Constitution and Bylaws, September 1, 1930 (32 pages)

1-2: Correspondence - Douglas MacArthur [hand signed in black ink] to Utay, discussing West Point football game, December 9, 1921 (1 page plus stamped envelope)

1-3: Contract - Texas A&M College Athletic Association and Joe Utay, signed by J. B. Bagley and Joe Utay, July 29, 1912 (7 pages)
Contract - The State of Texas, County of Dallas State Fair of Texas and Joe Utay, signed by Wiley [?], Joe Utay, and James [?], July 29, 1912 (7 pages)

1-4: Lawsuit - “H. L. Heaton vs. Lena Ann Bristol”, appellant’s brief regarding admitting women to Texas A&M College, April 28, 1955 (65 pages)
Correspondence - Leonard Passmore to Utay discussing the lawsuit, March 31, 1958
Correspondence - Leonard Passmore to Utay discussing court appeals to Texas A&M College, July 11, 1958

1-5: Lawsuit - “Mrs. W. E. Neely vs. Board of directors of A&M College of Texas”, November 24, 1933, regarding admitting women to Texas A&M College.

1-6: Newspaper clipping titled “Kindly Characters” by Bateman, of Joe Utay on enveloped stamped April 24, 1934 (1 page and 1 photocopy)
Two Dallas Morning News newspaper clippings, September 27, 1931

1-7: Football Ticket Stub - Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma at West End Park, November 11, 1912

1-8: Magazine - The Texas Aggie Issue 8, vol. 2, December 15, 1922 (16 pages)

1-9: Newspaper - The Dallas Morning News vol. 37, no. 95, January 3, 1922 (2 copies)

Untitled

1/1

  • Douglas MacArthur's letter/speech about the 24 "Sons of Texas A&M" who died during World War II (WWII). April 21, 1946 (signed)

1/2

  • Radiogram from Danklefs to E. E. McQuillen about broadcasting Muster on NBC, ABC, and CBS.

1/3

  • General MacArthur's letter expressing his apologies for not being able to attend the 1946 Muster.
  • Manila A&M Club's demand to the "Ole' Army" to attend Muster.
  • General Styer's letter of apology for not being able to attend the 1946 Muster.

1/4

  • 10 4 x 5-inch photographs from Manila A&M club
  • 9.5 x 11-inch photograph from Manila A&M club

1/5:

  • Roster of members (including Officers) present at the banquet. March 4, 1946

Cavitt Documents, Correspondence and Articles

This box contains notes and correspondence pre and post-1900 pertaining to J. F. Cavitt's quest to trace his roots back to his great-grandfather, Richard Cavitt, and also to find relatives with the Cavitt or Cavett surname.

1/1: Correspondence, Pre-1900

1/2: Correspondence, Post-1900

1/3: Slave Documents

1/4: Miscellaneous Documents

1/5: Family History Notes and Documents

1/6: Genealogy and Family History

1/7: Financial Documents

1/8: Court Documents

1/9: Maps - Wheelock and of Land owned by the Cavitt Family

1/10: News Clippings and Articles

Media Guides - Track and Field

1-01: 1975 Season
1-02: 1976 Season
1-03: 1977 Season
1-04: 1978 Season
1-05: 1979 Season
1-06: 1980 Season
1-07: 1981 Season
1-08: 1982 Season
1-09: 1983-1984 Seasons
1-10: 1985 Season
1-11: 1986 Season
1-12: 1987 Season
1-13: 1988 Season
1-14: 1990 Season
1-15: 1991 Season
1-16: 1994 Season
1-17: 1995 Season
1-18: 1996 Season
1-19: 1997 Season
1-20: 1998 Season

Baseball Media Guides

1-01: 1975 Season
1-02: 1976 Season
1-03: 1977 Season
1-04: 1978 Season
1-05: 1979 Season
1-06: 1980 Season
1-07: 1981 Season
1-08: 1982 Season
1-09: 1982 Southwest Conference Tournament
1-10: 1983 Season
1-11: 1984 Season
1-12: 1985 Season
1-13: 1986 Season
1-14: 1987 Season
1-15: 1988 Season
1-16: 1989 Season
1-17: 1990 Season
1-18: 1991 Season
1-19: 1992 Season
1-20: 1993 Season
1-21: 1994 Season
1-22: 1995 Season
1-23: 1996 Season

Spring Sports Media Guides

1/1: 1955 Season
1/2: 1956 Season
1/3: 1960 Season
1/4: 1965 Season
1/5: 1966 Season
1/6: 1967 Season
1/7: 1968 Season
1/8: 1970 Season
1/9: 1970 Southwest Conference Championship
1/10: 1971 Season
1/11: 1971 Southwest Conference Championship
1/12: 1972 Season
1/13: 1973 Season
1/14: 1974 Season
1/15: 1978 Women's Season
1/16: 1982 Season
1/17: 1983 Season

Soccer Media Guides

1-01: 1993 Season
1-02: 1994 Season
1-03: 1995 Season
1-04: 1996 Season
1-05: 1997 Season
1-06: 1998 Season
1-07: 1999 Season
1-08: 2000 Season
1-09: 2003 Season
1-10: 2004 Season
1-11: 2005 Season

Regular Seasons and Southwest Conference

1-01: 1980-1981 Season
1-02: 1986 Season
1-03: 1987 Season
1-04: 1989 Season
1-05: 1990 Season
1-06: 1990-1991 Season
1-07: 1992 Season
1-08: 1993-1994 Season
1-09: 1994-1995 Season
1-10: 1996 Southwest Conference Championships
1-11: 1995-1996 Season
1-12: 1996-1997 Season
1-13: 1997-1998 Season
1-14: 2000-2001 Season
1-15: 2004-2005 Season
1-16: 2005-2006 Season
1-17: 2007-2008 Season

Sandstedt Materials

1/1: Correspondence, committee notes, minutes, and memos for Texas Creditors' Collections System Subcommittee on the Texas Collection Manual. 1977-1982

1/2:

  • Minutes and other records of Continuing Legal Education Committee for the Texas Bar Association, October 1979 - October 1980

1/3: Syllabi for Management 211, 212, and 643. Fall 1978, Summer 1980, Fall 1982, Spring-Fall 1984

1/4: Course handouts: "Texas Court System" (Undated), "Legal Bibliography" (Fall 1983), "Property Exempt from Forced Sale in Texas" (Undated), and article excerpts from Fortune (June 18, 1979).

1/5: Texas Bar Journal, vol. 29, No. 3. March 22, 1966

1/6: Texas Bar Journal, vol. 30, No. 10. November 22, 1967

1/7: Officers, Directors Section Officers Committees of the State Bar of Texas 1984-1985.

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