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Screenplays, Correspondence, and Subject File

Screenplays
Arrow Storm Screenplay, 1994, 3 copies (in 2 folders)
Arrow Storm Screenplay, 1994?, 2 copies
Arrow Storm Screenplay, 1994, 1997
Arrow Storm Screenplay addendum, manuscript, 1996
Arrow Storm Various notes, undated
Arrow Storm Legal documents, 1994, 1996
History Repeats, Sort Of, 2003 - 2005, (3 folders)
Mr. President, The Hotline is Up [teleplay], 1976
A Pride of Vultures, movie script proposal, undated
Storming Intrepid, screenplay by Michael Frost Beckner, 1991
Untitled screenplay, partial, 1996
 

Other Works
Catastrophic Failure: The Black Hole in Your Kids' Education and How You Can Fix It (non-fiction), draft proposal, undated
Various notes, 1992, undated
 

Correspondence (arranged by last name of correspondent)
A - B, 1989 - 1993
C, 1989 - 1993
D, 1989 - 1993
F - G, 1987 - 1993
H - L, 1987 - 1994
M - N, 1986 - 1993
O - P, 1990 - 1993
R - S, 1985 - 1994
T - W, 1988 - 1992
 

Subject File
ABC Secrets Trial, 1980, 1983
Acquisitions, British, 1989, 1992
Airforce, 1991 - 1992
Allen, General Lew, 1975
Alleged GCHQ Disruptions, 1984

Subject File A - Cn

Subject File
American Cryptologic Association, 1988 - 1993 (2 folders)
Anti-Missile Defense, undated
Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association (AFCEA), 1991 - 1993 and undated
Artificial Satellites, undated
Ascension Island, 1992
Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO), 1989 - 1990 and undated
Automobiles, 1990 - 1992 and undated
Backup, 1986 - 1991 and undated (3 folders)
Black Cipher, 1987 - 1993 and undated (2 folders)
Black M, undated
Blue Angels, 1988
Bond, James, 1994
Book Research, 1985 - 1988 (2 folders)
Bournemouth Hunt, 1984, 1990
Britain, 1991 and undated
British Universities, 1992
Buckingham Palace, 1991, 1993 and undated
Cellular Phones, 1989 - 1992 and undated
Central Intelligence Agency, 1987, 1991
Chaos, 1989 - 1990
Chess, 1992
China and Vietnam, 1979, 1988 - 1989
Ciabase, undated
CND, 1984

Manuscripts, Correspondence, Subject Files, and Photographs

Manuscripts
9/1
The D-Ring Basement (unpublished), manuscript book #7, October 2014

9/2
A Death In The Mountain (unpublished), partial manuscript, handwritten, 1995

9/3
Exsanguination (unpublished), manuscript book #5, 2012

9/4
Exsanguination (unpublished), manuscript book #5, 2012

9/5
"The Forbidden Summit", illustrations, undated

9/6
Ghost Wing (unpublished), partial manscript, September - November 1994

9/7
"Intrepid's Run" (later retitled "Storming Intrepid") [proposed script for Star Trek: The Next Generation], idea notes, October 14, 1991

9/8
"Lady in the Mist" (unpublished short story), 2009

9/9
Manuscript book containing drafts of The Long Range Solution and America's Team (both unpublished), 2013 - 2014

9/10
"Storming Intrepid" [proposed script for Star Trek: The Next Generation], illustrations by Brandon Fridge, 1992

9/11
"Storming Intrepid" (proposed script for Star Trek: The Next Generation), script, handwritten, December 1991 - February 1992

9/12
"Storming Intrepid" (proposed script for Star Trek: The Next Generation), teleplay, June 3, 1992

9/13
Thunder of Erebus (1991), script for audio version, 1991

9/14
Untitled novel, partial manuscript in notebooks, September 29 - November 1, 1994

9/15
Untitled novel, partial manuscript in notebooks (1st notebook dated March 28, 1995)

9/16
The Wolves of Central Park (unpublished), manuscript book, 2014

Correspondence
9/17
Jurow, Martin (producer), 1990

9/18
Presidio Press, 1987 - 1988

Subject Files

9/19
Eclipse and Navarte boats, 1993

9/20
Evans & Sutherland, 1987

9/21
Firearms, 2012 - 2013

9/22
Jaguar, 1991

9/23
Jaguar, 1991

9/24
Miscellaneous, 1991 - 1993, undated

9/25
NASA photographs, 1983 - 1986

9/26
Promotion, 1988 - 1992, undated

9/27
Space Shuttle, 1982, undated

9/28
SPOT I Satellite System, 1987

9/29
UFOs, 1993 - 1996

9/30
United States Naval Institute, 1985 - 1989, undated

9/31
World War II cryptography, 2001, 2014

Additional Material
9/32
Unidentified computer disc, undated

Photographs
9/33
Arrow Storm, cover, undated

9/34
Dagger (military jet), undated

9/35
Navarte boats [slides], undated

9/36
Publicity shots of Harrison, undated

9/37
Soviet space program [slides], 1985 - 1986, undated

General Outgoing Correspondence

Box/Folder
[former box-folder if applicable] Title or Folder Contents
Use the [#-#] if available as the main identifier when physically searching the box contents as folders are not always titled the same as listed in this finding aid.

3/1
[9-1] General outgoing correspondence "Hub-Hyd" file, 1969

3/2
[9-2] General outgoing correspondence "I" file, 1969

3/3
[9-3] General outgoing correspondence "J" file, 1969

3/4
[9-4] General outgoing correspondence "K" file, 1969

3/5
[9-5] General outgoing correspondence "L" file, 1969

3/6
[9-6] General outgoing correspondence "Mc" file, 1969

3/7
[9-7] General outgoing correspondence "Mac-May" file, 1969

3/8
[9-8] General outgoing correspondence "Mea-Mye" file, 1969

3/9
[10-1] General outgoing correspondence "N" file, 1969

3/10
[10-2] General outgoing correspondence "O" file, 1969

3/11
[10-3] General outgoing correspondence "Pac-Piu" file, 1969

3/12
[10-4] General outgoing correspondence "Pla-Pyr" file 1969

3/13
[10-5] General outgoing correspondence "Q" file, 1969

3/14
[10-6] General outgoing correspondence "Raa-Riz" file, 1969

3/15
[10-7] General outgoing district correspondence "Roa-Ryd" file, 1969

3/16
[10-8] General outgoing correspondence "Sac-Slo" file, 1969

3/17
[10-9] General outgoing correspondence "Sma-Stap" file, 1969

3/18
[10-10] General outgoing correspondence "Stark" file, 1969

3/19
[10-11] General outgoing correspondence "Ste-Szo" file, 1969

3/20
[11-1] General outgoing correspondence "Tac-Thu" file, 1969

3/21
[11-2] General outgoing correspondence "Tie-Tyl" file, 1969

3/22
[11-3] General outgoing correspondence "U" file, 1969

3/23
[11-4] General outgoing correspondence "V" file, 1969

3/24
[11-5] General outgoing correspondence "Wad-Way" file, 1969

3/25
[11-6] General outgoing correspondence "Wea-Whi" file, 1969

3/26
[11-7] General outgoing correspondence "Wic-Wyn" file, 1969

3/27
[11-8] General outgoing correspondence "Y" file, 1969

3/28
[11-9] General outgoing correspondence "Z" file, 1969

3/29
[11-10] General outgoing correspondence "A" file, 1970

3/30
[11-11] General outgoing correspondence "Bac-Bec" file, 1970

3/31
[11-12] General outgoing correspondence "Ben-Boy" file, 1970

3/32
[12-1] General outgoing correspondence "Bra-Bro" file, 1970

3/33
[12-2] General outgoing correspondence "Bru-Byr" file, 1970

3/34
[12-3] General outgoing correspondence "Caf-Cer" file, 1970

3/35
[12-4] General outgoing correspondence "Cha-Com" file, 1970

3/36
[12-5] General outgoing correspondence "Con-Cut" file, 1970

3/37
[12-6] General outgoing correspondence "Dab-Dev" file, 1970

3/38
[12-7] General outgoing correspondence "Dia-Dzi" file, 1970

3/39
[12-8] General outgoing correspondence "E" file, 1970

3/40
[12-9] General outgoing correspondence "F" file, 1970

3/41
[12-10] General outgoing correspondence "Gab-Gir" file, 1970

3/42
[12-11] General outgoing correspondence "Gla-Guy" file, 1970

3/43
[12-12] General outgoing correspondence "Haa-Harp" file, 1970

3/44
[12-13] General outgoing correspondence "Harr-Hay" file, 1970

3/45
[13-1] General outgoing correspondence "He-Hy" file, 1970

3/46
[13-2] General outgoing correspondence "I" file, 1970

3/47
[13-3] General outgoing correspondence "J" file, 1970

Soil Conservation Service, U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, and U.S. Air Force Academy Correspondence

Box/Folder
[former box-folder if applicable] Title or Folder Contents

10/1
[35-5] Correspondence concerning the Soil Conservation Service, the Richland Creek Watershed, the Big 8 Resource Conservation and Development Project, and the Spring Hill Cemetery. December 1969 - July 1970

10/2
[35-6] Correspondence concerning the Soil Conservation Service, budget cuts in the SCS, and update of watersheds in the 6th Congressional District and the Chambers Creek Watershed. March 1969 - September 1969

10/3
[35-7] Correspondence concerning the Soil Conservation Service and the closing of the Soil Conservation Office in Itasca, Texas, also including is a map showing the status of Texas' Watersheds in 1971. January 1971 - June 1971

10/4
[35-8] Correspondence concerning the Soil Conservation Service, the Rural Environmental Assistance Program; and a proposed moratorium on the activities of watersheds and floodwater controls. June 1971 - August 1971

10/5
[35-9] Correspondence concerning the Soil Conservation Service, National Forest Service, possible discrimination in SCS employment, and Public Law 566 - Watershed and Flood Prevention Act. December 1971 - June 1972

10/6
[35-10] Correspondence concerning the Soil Conservation Service; and a municipal water supply for Cleburne, Texas; also included is a map of the proposed Nolan River Lake. September 1961 - October 1961

10/7
[35-11] Package of pamphlets and booklets on upstream watershed protection and flood prevention. 1957-1961

10/8
[35-12] Correspondence concerning the Wool Support Act. May 1947 - June 1947

10/9
[37-1] Personal Correspondence between O.E.T. and Felix R. McKnight of the Dallas Morning News Concerning a trip to West Point. February 1955 - February 1956

10/10
[37-2] Booklet entitled, "Eighth Student Conference on United States Affairs: the National Security Policy of the United States" held at U.S. Military Academy at West Point. December 5-8, 1956

10/11
[37-8] Booklet entitled "Annual Report of the Superintendent: West Point, 1964-1965

10/12
[37-9] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. October 1965 - April 1967

10/13
[37-10] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. November 1966 - August 1967

10/14
[37-11] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. August 1967 - April 1968

10/15
[37-12] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. May 1969 - April 1971

10/16
"Planning Guide for USMA Admissions, 1969-1970"

10/17
[38-1] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. August 1946 - June 1947

10/18
[38-2] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. July 1947 - January 1948

10/19
[38-3] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. February 1948 - July 1948

10/20
[38-4] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. September 1948 - March 1949

10/21
[38-5] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. April 1949 - October 1950

10/22
[38-6] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. November 1949 - February 1950

10/23
[38-7] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. March 1950 - August 1951

10/24
[38-8] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. January 1953 - August 1954

10/25
[38-9] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. September 1950 - January 1953

10/26
[38-10] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. December 1952 - March 1955

10/27
[38-11] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. July 1955 - June 1960

10/28
[39-1] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. March 1955 - October 1956

10/29
[39-2] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. September 1956 - December 1957

10/30
[39-3] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. January 1958 - February 1963

10/31
[39-4] Correspondence concerning outstanding students at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. December 1960 - July 1964

10/32
[39-5] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. June 1966 - May 1967

10/33
[39-6] Correspondence from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis concerning vacancies. February 1970 - May 1971

10/34
[39-7] Correspondence from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, concerning nominating procedures. May 1968 - June 1968

10/35
[40-1] Grade reports and correspondence from the U.S. Air Force Academy. January 1965 - July 1966

10/36
[40-2] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Air Force Academy, also included are grade reports. December 1963 - May 1969

10/37
[40-3] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Air Force Academy. January 1966 - March 1967

10/38
[40-4] Correspondence concerning the honor code of the U.S. Air Force Academy. February 1967 - July 1967

10/39
[40-6] Correspondence from the U.S. Air Force Academy concerning vacancies, also included is a pamphlet entitled, "Desired Standards of Quality for U.S. Air force Applicants". July 16, 1968

10/40
[40-7] Correspondence concerning the Air Force in general. January 1970 - December 1970

10/41
[40-8] Correspondence from the U.S. Air Force Academy concerning vacancies, also included is a pamphlet entitled, "Desired Standards of Quality for U.S. Air Force Academy Applicants". July 1970 - April 1971

10/42
[40-9] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Air Force Academy. February 1961 - October 1963

10/43
[40-10] Correspondence concerning appointments to the U.S. Air Force Academy. January 1959 - October 1961

Thomas Affleck's Southern Rural Almanacs

A14-10
Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac for 1851, 1952, 1953, and 1954 by Thomas Affleck. Original editions bound into one volume.

A14-20
Bee Breeding in the West by Thomas Affleck. Published by E. Lucas, Cincinnati, 1841. 1 original copy, hardcover. Handwritten inscription states "T.A., Personal Copy."
Material inside (2x): Newspaper clipping regarding beekeeping. Possibly from a Dumfries paper, and 1.5 leaves from Southern Rural Almanac.

A14-30
Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac for 1860 by Thomas Affleck. 2 original books, some pages missing.

A14-40
Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac for 1860 by Thomas Affleck. 2 original books, pages missing in both books.

A14-50
Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac for 1860 by Thomas Affleck. 2 original books, some pages missing.

A14-60
Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac for 1860 by Thomas Affleck. 2 original books, some pages missing.

A14-70
Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac for 1860 by Thomas Affleck. 2 original books, some pages missing.

A14-80
Portions of Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac by Thomas Affleck. undated

Isaac Dunbar Affleck

A17-10
Baylor Sanatorium by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf, folded.

A17-10
"It has been said that history..." by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A17-10
"A Brief History of British..." by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf, folded.

A17-10
List of names, written by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A17-10
Manuscript regarding contemplated reforms by the legislature, by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A17-10
Manuscript regarding an electrician, by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A17-10
"To do this those names should be identified..." by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A17-10
"Time in the retrospect..." by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten on a pad of 36 leaves.

A17-10
Various versions of The San Antonio River. A total of 66 leaves, handwritten.

A17-20
Banks, Upshaw and Company [Publishers, Dallas] to T.D. Affleck [Galveston]. December 16, 1936. TLS, 1 leaf. With original envelope and order form.

A17-20
Flags Identified in Association with Texas History. Manuscript by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 74 leaves.

A17-20
The Flags of Texas. Manuscript by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 52 leaves.

A17-20
Flags Identified With Texas History. Manuscript by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

A17-20
The Texas Star. Manuscript of poem by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 2 leaves. Included (4x):
Handwritten text regarding Texas history. Handwritten, 2 leaves.
Diagram showing the position of various flags, on the back is a paragraph on the history of flags. Handwritten, 1 leaf.
Sketch of Court[sic] of Arms granted to Hernando Cortez by Charles V, King of Spain. Original, 1 leaf.
Arms of Cortez, In Conquest of Mexico. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

A17-20
Notes regarding flags and their history. Handwritten, 3 leaves.

A17-20
Notes and sketches handwritten on an envelope. Included (4x):
Newspaper clipping "Presented Design for Flag of Texas Republic, the Story of the Life of Oliver Jones and of his Wife Recommendation Adopted 1839 at Houston, Texas".
Notes and sketches regarding flags on 7 leaves of scrap paper.
Newspaper clipping of the poem The Texas Flag by James G. Burr of Laredo, Tx.
Three pads of handwritten notes regarding flags.

A17-30
Manuscript regarding Texas Flags by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 25 leaves.

A17-40
Public Free Schools in Texas, Provision for Education under the Republic of Texas and by the State of Texas by I.D. Affleck. One pad of 2 leaves, handwritten.

A17-40
History of Education in Texas, Under Spain's Supremacy by I.D. Affleck. One pad of 5 leaves, handwritten.

A17-40
Public Free Schools in Texas, Provision for Education under the Republic of Texas and by the State of Texas by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 9 leaves.

A17-40
The Fredonians by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 9 leaves.

A17-40
Various notes and manuscripts by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 12 leaves.

A17-40
Handwritten copy of Gov. O.M. Roberts's letter to Dr. Burleson. August 6, 1878. 6 leaves.

A17-40
Manuscript "The chivalry of Texas..." by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 5 leaves.

A17-40
The Mission San Jose del Alamo by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 11 leaves.

A17-40
One pad of 9 leaves with untitled manuscript by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten.

A17-50
Notes and manuscripts regarding Texas History, by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 52 leaves of paper and 18 envelopes.

A17-60
Printed circular advertising the sale of I.D. Affleck's published ledger The Farm Record and Account Book. 8 copies inside an envelope.

A17-60
Mockup of Texas Edition for Washington County of Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac and Farm and Garden Calendar for 1879. Handwritten.

A17-60
Mockup of The Farmer's and Gardener's Book of Reference and Memorandum Book, to accompany Affleck's Farm Record and Account Book by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten.

A17-60
Advertising circulars for The Farmer's Record and Account Book by I.D. Affleck. Printed, 2 copies.

A17-60
Clipping from Houston Chronicle. November 27, 1960. Article, "A Tribute to Terry's Rangers" by Mary Lasswell.

A17-60
Notes regarding Bigotry and Prejudice by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 5 leaves.

A17-60
Notes on democratic principles by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

A17-60
"The truth expressed by President Cleveland..." by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A17-70
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck Expansion of Republican Institution. Typed, 6 leaves.

A17-70
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck Expansion as Has Been Demonstrated Under Democratic Administrations. Typed, 7 leaves.

A17-70
Untitled manuscript by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 13 leaves.

A17-70
Manuscript fragment of poem by I.D. Affleck Our Dead. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A17-70
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck Street Nomenclature. Handwritten, 2 leaves.

A17-70
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck The Schools of San Antonio. Handwritten, 8 leaves.

A17-70
Untitled manuscript by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 2 leaves.

A17-70
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck For The News. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

A17-70
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck for the Ed. Courier Journal. Handwritten, 4 leaves.

A17-70
Manuscript of poem by I.D. Affleck Our Dead. Typed, 1 leaf.

A17-80
Newspaper clipping from Galveston News. November 25, 1951. "90 Years Since Invasion of Iron Horse in Texas."

A17-80
Affleck, I.D. [San Antonio] to Colonel J.T. Anderson [Houston]. September 1906. AL, 2 leaves.

A17-80
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck Trail, Traffic, and Train, The Southern Pacific Railroad. Typed, 14 leaves, and 13 leaves handwritten.

Isaac Dunbar Affleck

A18-10
The Opening of the Great Southwest, 1870-1945. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

A18-10
Along Your Way, Facts about stations and scenes on the Santa Fe. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

A18-10
Farmer's Record and Account Book by I.D. Affleck. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

A18-20
Contract between I.D. Affleck and Lewis Babb for the purpose of Affleck raising his 7 year old daughter Sarah and providing her with instruction on being a maid. October 26, 1883. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A18-30
Fourteen leaves torn from a ledger. Entries include:
Cash received during the year 1881
House Expenses during the year 1881
M.H. Affleck's expenses during the year 1881
Bill Armistead FML
Wm. Gromatzky
Indebtedness
House
Handwritten copy of song Dixie
Handwritten copy of The Conquered Banner
The Farmers and Planters
I.D. Affleck
Cash Account
Thomas Dunbar Affleck's Expenses during the year 1881

A18-30
I.D. Affleck's expenses during the year 1881

A18-30
Farm expenses during the year 1881

A18-40
Manuscript of poem by I.D. Affleck The Heroines of Gonzalez." Handwritten, 10 leaves.

A18-40
Texas Military History, Vol. 2, No. 4. November 1962. Article highlighted "A Texas War Clerk: Civil War Letters of Isaac Dunbar Affleck."

A18-40
List of books submitted for the inspection of the University of Texas. Selected books will be donated. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A18-40
Windsor, Phineas L. [Librarian, Univ. of Texas] to I.D. Affleck. February 7, 1905. ALS, 1 leaf.

A18-40
Wooster, Ralph [Dept. of History, Lamar Univ. Beaumont] to Thomas D. Affleck [Galveston]. February 14, 1975. TLS, 1 leaf. With original envelope.

A18-40
Genealogy of Barbara MacKall Wilkinson. Handwritten, 3 leaves.

A18-40
Photograph of Major General John A. Wharton, a Confederate and commander of Terry's Texas Rangers who was killed April 6, 1865 at Fannin Hotel in Houston by Col. George Baylor. Included (3x):
Photograph of Mrs. Nevaline Groce (circa 1860s).
Brief biography of John Austin Wharton, brother of William H. Wharton and uncle of John A. Wharton.
Brief biography of William Harris Wharton, killed at the home of Leonard W. Groce, his brother in law. He was the father of John A. Wharton

A18-40
Brief biography of John A. Wharton, son of William Harris Wharton.

A18-40
Copies of several of a number of letters that were written by I.D. Affleck to his parents while serving in the Confederate army as a private in Co. "B" Terry's Texas Rangers. One of these letters tells of his witnessing the execution of a Confederate Captain (John Guynes) for mutiny. A copy of the letter asking commutation of sentence is attached.

A18-50
List of flags and Emblems that have been associated with Texas in history. Typed, 3 leaves.

A18-50
Affleck, T.D. to I.D. Affleck. March 17, 1910. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-50
Manuscript of story by I.D. Affleck regarding the restlessness after four years of soldier life, the destruction of property and losses. Handwritten, 43 leaves.

A18-60
Newspaper clipping from a Gonzalez newspaper, undated. "Two Historical Articles" regarding I.D. Affleck's publications.

A18-60
Newspaper clipping from The San Antonio Light and Gazette, undated. "San Antonio in Olden Days."

A18-60
Front page newspaper clipping from The Gonzales Inquirer. November 3, 1910.

A18-60
Newspaper clipping from Brenham Daily Press, undated. "Incidents in the Life of Colonel Jack Hays" excerpts from book The Life of Jack Hays by I.D. Affleck.

A18-60
Newspaper clipping from San Antonio Express, September 24, 1911. "The Battle Lost to History, San Antonio Ex Rangers Fought Comanches with Hack Hays at Enchanted Rock" by I.D. Affleck. 3 copies.

A18-60
Manuscript of verse by I.D. Affleck "The Republic's Steady Tread." Typed, 9 leaves.

A18-60
Manuscript of verse by I.D. Affleck History in Verse. 3 leaves.

A18-60
Manuscript of verse by I.D. Affleck Our Dead. Handwritten, 2 leaves. 2 copies.

A18-60
Two leaves of handwritten notes by I.D. Affleck.

A18-60
Newspaper clipping from Brenham Evening Press. August 15, 1900. "Remedy Brazos Overflow, The Canal Scheme at Length and in Detail" by I.D. Affleck.

A18-70
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck Historical Facts, regarding the Battle of the Alamo. Typed, 1 leaf, with handwritten notes.

A18-70
Untitled manuscript excerpt by I.D. Affleck. 5 leaves, typewritten.

A18-70
Affleck, I.D. [San Antonio] to Prof. Herbert E. Bolton [City of Mexico]. April, 1908. Handwritten copy, 7 leaves.

A18-70
Lovscan(?), Adele B. [Houston] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. June 28, 1900. ALS, 2 leaves.

A18-70
Lovscan(?), Adele B. [Houston] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. June 4, 1905. ALS, 2 leaves.

A18-70
Lovscan(?), Adele B. [Houston] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. December 5, 1905. ALS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Lovscan(?), Adele B. [Houston] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. July 3, 1905. ALS, 2 leaves.

A18-70
de Zavala, Adina [de Zavala Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, San Antonio] to Mr. Affleck. June 24, 1904. ALS, 1 leaf. Attached (6x):
Calling Card for Adina de Zavala.
de Zavala, Adina [de Zavala Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, San Antonio] to Mr. Affleck. undated. ALS, 1 leaf.
de Zavala, Adina [de Zavala Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, San Antonio] to Mr. Affleck. November 30, 1904. ALS, 1 leaf.
de Zavala, Adina [de Zavala Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, San Antonio] to Mr. Affleck. undated. ALS, 1 leaf.
de Zavala, Adina [de Zavala Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, San Antonio] to Mr. Affleck. December 10, 1903. ALS, 2 leaves.
de Zavala, Adina [de Zavala Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, San Antonio] to Mr. Affleck. undated. ALS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Hicks, Marshall [Hicks & Hicks, Attorneys, San Antonio] to I.D. Affleck. July 13, 1905. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. November 26, 1904. ALS, 2 leaves.

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Garrison, George P. [Madison, Wisconsin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. July 24, 1904. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. December 22, 1904. ALS, 2 leaves.

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Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. May 9, 1905. TLS, 1 leaf.

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Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. March 14, 1905. TLS, 1 leaf.

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Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. October 21, 1904. TLS, 1 leaf.

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Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. May 9, 1904. TLS, 1 leaf.

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Webb, W.P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck [Brenham]. March 4, 1921. TLS, 1 leaf.

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Webb, W.P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck [Brenham]. April 11, 1921. TLS, 1 leaf.

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Webb, W.P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck [Brenham]. March 14, 1920. ALS, 2 leaves.

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Neale, Walter [Neale Publishing, New York] to I.D. Affleck [Austin]. June 28, 1910. TLS, 2 leaves.

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Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. July 3, 1910. TLS, 4 leaves.

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Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. September 12, 1909. TLS, 2 leaves.

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Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. September 21, 1909. TLS, 2 leaves.

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Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. November 12, 1909. TLs, 2 leaves.

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Manuscript of verse Our Dead by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

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Manuscript of verse The origin to the Star as an Emblem by I.D. Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf.

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Manuscript of story "A Raid Made by Texans Across the Mexican Border in 1854 for the Purpose of Capturing a Lot of Seminole negroes" by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 7 leaves.

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Manuscript of story Conversation between General Houston and Santa Anna after the Battle of San Jacinto. Handwritten, 3 leaves.

A18-90
Manuscript of story A Gold Hunter's Remarkable Experiences by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 48 leaves.

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Manuscript of story A Gold Hunting Expedition in Arizona by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 12 leaves.

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Manuscript of story A Gold Hunting Expedition in Arizona by I.D. Affleck. Typed, 12 leaves with handwritten corrections.

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Manuscript of verse The Origin of the Star as an Emblem by I.D. Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf, with handwritten corrections.

A18-100
Manuscript of story Pensioning the Freedmen by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 13 leaves.

A18-100
Manuscript of story The Ghost at Glenblythe by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

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Newspaper clipping from San Antonio Light and Gazette. January 2, 1910. "I.D. Affleck, Delving Into Two Century Old Records Makes This Positive Assertion: The Veramendi Not A Palace Nor The Residence Of A Governor."

A18-100
Manuscript of story "The Governor's Palace, In The Royal Presidio of San Antonio de Vejar" by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 19 leaves.

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Manuscript of story "The Governor's Palace, In San Antonio de Bexar" by I. D. Affleck. Handwritten, 15 leaves.

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Manuscript of story "The Governor's Palace, In San Antonio de Bexar" by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

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Two leaves of handwritten notes.

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Newspaper clipping showing Josephine Schreiner of Kerrville and Barbara Browne of San Antonio examining an edict issued in 1730 making their families, descendants of the original 15 who founded San Antonio, members of Spanish nobility.

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Newspaper clipping from San Antonio Express, circa August 1902. "San Antonio's Origin as a Spanish Mission" by I.D. Affleck.

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Newspaper clipping from The South. December 1935. "Southern Personalities: Adina de Zavala, Texas Patriot Historian" by Pearl Howard.

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Newspaper clipping from The Houston Chronicle's Rotogravure Magazine. April 19, 1953. "What Happened To The 'Twin Sisters?' San Jacinto's Famed Cannons May Be Buried Somewhere Near Here" by Chester Rogers.

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Newspaper clipping from Houston Post. April 22, 1951. "Mystery of the Twin Sisters Or Were They Quads or Sextuplets?" by Ed Kilman.

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Newspaper clipping "Search is Made for Four More Cannons: I.D. Affleck Discovers Resolution as Adopted by Republic of Texas on Gen. T. J. Chambers."

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Newspaper clipping from Galveston News. July 6, 1947. "Jesse A. Ziegler Describes History of 'Twin Sisters.'"

A18-120
Newspaper clipping from Galveston News. January 26, 1937. "Holbrook Convinced That Bones Found Under Church Are Those of Texas Heroes." Attached (7x):
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Honorable T.J. Holbrook [Austin]. March 4, 1937. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Holbrook, T.J. [The Senate of the State of Texas, Austin] to T.D. Affleck. March 8, 1937. TLS, 1 leaf.
Copy of Special Warranty Deed, Edward Dwyer to The City of San Antonio. February 26, 1847. Typed, 1 leaf.
Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Harry Hertzberg [San Antonio]. December 13, 1910. TLS, 3 leaves.
Newspaper clipping from Galveston News. March 6, 1937. "Federal Building Erected Over Alamo Heroes' Grave."
Handwritten notes by I.D. Affleck, 1 leaf.
Newspaper clipping from San Antonio Daily Express. July 6, 1906. "Alamo Heroes Given Military Honors, Their Funeral Was With All The Honors of War by Troops Then Here."

Isaac Dunbar Affleck

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Manuscript of Landmarks in Texas History: History of the Missions by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 405 leaves.

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Advertising flyer announcing the publication of The History of Refugio Mission by William H. Oberste. Printed, 1 leaf.

A20-20
Photocopies of pages 421-422 and the title page of A Twentieth Century History of Southwest Texas.

A20-20
Photographic negative of I.D. Affleck. In original envelope.

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Unused postcard showing "The Fall of the Alamo."

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Printed street map of San Antonio Business District. 1 leaf.

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Printed street map of San Antonio Business District. On the back is information regarding San Antonio. 1 leaf.

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"Anniversary of the Victory of San Jacinto" from the de Zavala Chapter, Daughter of the Republic of Texas. April 21, 1836. Printed, 1 leaf.

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Maillards account of the "Fall of the Alamo." Handwritten copy, 3 leaves.

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Information given by Ben Almaitro(?) negro servant referring to the battle of the Alamo. Handwritten, 4 leaves.

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Extracts from letter of President Houston's letter to President Santa Anna, City of Mexico, March 21, 1842. Handwritten copy, 2 leaves.

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Extract from General Filesola's defense. Handwritten copy, 4 leaves.

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Newspaper clipping "Letters from the People, More About the Alamo" by I.D. Affleck.

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Newspaper clipping "The Mission of the Alamo as It Was in 1836" by Adina de Zavala.

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Newspaper clipping "The Cause of the Alamo."

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Newspaper clipping from The San Antonio Daily Express, February 21, 1907. There are several articles regarding the Alamo on this page, highlighted is the name of I.D. Affleck as one of the Alamo defenders, on a committee.

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Newspaper clipping "The Old Alamo."

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Newspaper clipping dated April 7, 1908, "Expert on Mission History Says Tear Down Old Walls" by Charles H. Stanford, author of "The Alamo and Other Missions.

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Newspaper clipping from The Houston Post. March 1, 1936. "Bill Travis, Red Haired Hero" by Ed Kilman.

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Newspaper clipping "San Antonio's Soil Baptized in Blood."

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Newspaper clipping from The Houston Daily Post. December 4, 1898. "Madam Candelaria, the Last Survivor of the Alamo, Is Just 115 Years Old."

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Newspaper clipping from The Galveston Daily News. November 1, 1942. "Siege of Alamo in 1836 Is Still Outstanding Event in Military History."

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Clipping from This Week magazine. October 23, 1960. "The last day of the Alamo."

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"A full description of the Alamo as it was in 17__..." Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten corrections.

A20-40
Manuscript of verse The Heroines of Gonzales." Typed, 4 leaves.

A20-40
Printed pamphlet Historical Data of San Antonio.

A20-40
"Report of Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas". April 20 and 21, 1906. Printed, 1 softcover book.

Mary Hunt Affleck

A24-10
Scrapbook belonging to Mary Hunt Affleck. Consists mainly of newspaper clippings glued onto the pages. Contains:
"Christmas" verse, author unknown. 1884.
"The First Christmas Morn" picture.
"Christmas Chimes" by Mrs. M.A. Kidder. 1878. "The Flight Into Egypt" picture.
"Christmas In The Olden Time" verse by Sir Walter Scott.
"The Mistletoe" article.
"On New Year's Eve" verse by William C. Richards.
"A Wish" verse by Margaret Veley.
"Xmas Forever" verse, author unknown.
"Retrospection" verse by Frank J. Ottarson.
"Ring Out, Wild Bells" verse by Alfred Tennyson.
"Christmas" verse by Bryant.
"Christmas Superstitions" article.
"The New Year" verse from The Chicago Tribune.
"The Matron Year" verse, author unknown.
"The Young Ladies' New Year's Toilet" verse by Electra.
"On The Threshold" verse, author unknown.
"The Year's Twelve Children" verse, author unknown.
"King Cheer" verse by George Macdonald.
"Christmas Festivities" article.
"Christmas in Norway" article.
"The New Year" verse, author unknown.
"Song" verse, author unknown.
"Consider the Lilies of the Field" picture.
"Watchman, What of the Night?" picture.
"The Burial of Moses" verse, author unknown.
"The Watered Lilies, or Only an Earthen Vessel" verse, author unknown.
"Thought Gems" verse, author unknown.
"The Fallow Field" verse by Julia C.R. Dorr from Harper's Magazine for February.
"Mother in Heaven" verse, author unknown.
"The Price Paid" verse, author unknown.
"The Last Hymn" verse by Marianna Farmington
"The Care of Providence" verse, author unknown.
"The Apostle's Petition" verse by Miss M.H. Haw.
"Home Going" verse, author unknown.
"It Is Well With the Child" verse by Mrs. M. Sheffey Peters.
"Carries the Lambs in His Bosom" verse, author unknown.
"The Doomed Man" verse by James W. Alexander, D.D.
"The Sweet Old Story" verse, author unknown.
"What is my Work ToDay?" verse, author unknown.
"Watch Your Words" verse, author unknown.
"The Starless Crown" verse by J.L.H.
"Follow Thou Me" verse, author unknown.
"The Precious Token" verse, author unknown.
"Called Aside" verse, author unknown.
"He Leadeth Me" verse by Mrs.Lucy Randolph Fleming.
"Lords Prayer" verse, author unknown.
"They Neither Toil Nor Spin" verse, author unknown.
"Forgotten Workers" verse, author unknown.
"The Tapestry Weavers" verse, author unknown.
"Trust" verse by Dean Alford.
"My Lambs" verse, author unknown.
"The Master is so Fair" verse, author unknown.
"Two Worlds" verse by Keble.
"The Gathering Place" verse by Rev. W.G. Kedy.
"Saints Going Home" verse, author unknown.
"Thanksgiving Hymn" verse, author unknown.
"Ararat" verse, author unknown.
"Heaven Within Us" verse, by C. Upham.
"Taken and Brought" verse, author unknown
"Toil" verse, author unknown.
"The Petition" verse by Mrs. M. Sheffey Peters.
"Year Unto Year" verse by Clara B. Heath.
"Another Weaver's Poem" verse, author unknown.
"My Way" verse, author unknown.
"In The Last Pew" verse, author unknown.
"Heavier the Cross, The Nearer to Heaven" verse, author unknown.
"Prayer Availeth Much" verse, author unknown.
"Cling to the Mighty One" verse, author unknown.
"Bringing Home the Flock" verse by Sarah Doudnew.
"If We Would" verse, author unknown.
"Behold I Knock" verse, author unknown.
"Christ My All" verse by Rev. H. Bonar, D.D.
"Heaven" verse, author unknown.
"The Still Small Voice" verse, author unknown.
"The Miner" verse, author unknown.
"Distractions in Prayer" verse, author unknown.
"Lost and Found" verse, author unknown.
"God's Will" verse, author unknown.
"The Old Edition" verse, author unknown.
"Comfort" verse, author unknown.
"A Guest for Me" verse by Mrs. M. Sheffey Peters.
"Wondrous Music" verse, author unknown.
"Dimensions of Heaven" verse, author unknown.
"Cumbered About Much Serving" verse, author unknown.
"Going Home" verse, author unknown.
"Faith" verse, author unknown.
"Not Mine, But Thine" verse, author unknown.
"Untold" verse by Margaret E. Sangster.
"Amen" verse by F.C. Browning.
"God With Me" verse, author unknown.
"Judge Not Thy Neighbor" verse, author unknown.
"Here and There" verse, author unknown.
"As Unto Thee" verse, author unknown.
"The Maiden's Prayer" verse, author unknown. From Dallas Sunday Mercury.
"If" verse by Rose W. Fry.
"Not Far" verse, author unknown.
"I Know Not The Way" verse by Annie Herbert.
"The Peace of God" verse, author unknown.
"He Leads Us On" verse, author unknown.
"Only A Thought" verse, author unknown.
"Thoughts for the Week" verse, author unknown.
"Easter Day" verse by Millie Mayfield.
"A Nature Prayer" verse, author unknown.
"The Oldest Christian Hymn" verse, author unknown.
"The Saints' Hymn" quotes from the Bible.
"The Gate of Life" verse, author unknown.
"Ashes to Ashes, The Burning of Galveston November 13, 1885" verse by Mary Hunt McCaler.
"Starting" verse by Marian Douglas from Harper's Weekly.
"A Quiet Life" verse, author unknown.
"An Earnest Prayer" verse by Eloit Rider.
"One Step at a Time" verse by Mary H. Valentine.
"Hymns" article.
"The Master's Touch" verse by Bonar.
"The Clergy and a Fish" article.
"A Well Spent Life" article.
"What Constitutes Hell" article.
"Worship" verse, author unknown.
"Pertinent Questions" article.
"God's Orderings" verse by Wordsworth.
"The Ceaseless March" verse by Edward Wm. Davis.
"No More Kings" verse by Emerson.
"No Sects in Heaven" verse, author unknown.
"Beautiful Words" verse, author unknown.
"True Nun of God's Nunnery" verse, author unknown.
"The Absent One" verse, author unknown.
"The First Tangle" verse, author unknown.
"Thy Burden" verse, author unknown.
"Enough" verse by Christina Rossetti.
"Unrest" verse, author unknown.
"Come to Church" verse by S.T. Coleridge, 1797.
"God Is Love" verse composed by a missionary in India.
"As A Little Child" verse by May M. Anderson.
"An Answered Prayer" verse by Marianne Farningham.
"Wanted Haystacks" article.
"Climb Up" article.
"The House Warming Hymn" verse by Martin Luther, read at Queen Victoria's house warming at Osborne.
"An Easter Hymn" verse by Rev. J.A. Mecklin.
"Every Day Work" verse, author unknown.
"The Coming of Christ" verse, author unknown.
"Song of Rest" verse, author unknown.
"A Dream" verse by G.T. Lanigan.
"Through Death to Live" verse, author unknown.
"God's Care" verse, author unknown.
"Two Fortunes" verse by Alice Cary.
"Whiskey vs. Brains" article.
"The Price of a Drink" verse by Josephine Pollard.
"The Bar Room Bank" verse, author unknown.
"A Fearful Time" article.
"The Ruined Home" verse, author unknown.
"Dare to Say 'No'" verse, author unknown.
"The Scoffer's Eloquence" article.
"Authors will steal, even for their tombstones..." article.
Picture of William Faulkner torn from a magazine.
"Lines" verse by Howard Falconer, May 15, 1869.
"Death of Judge Thomas M. Hunt" obituary.
"Answers the Last Roll Call, Judge Thos. M. Hunt, Old Soldier, Statesman and Good Citizen, Died Yesterday Afternoon.
"Mrs. A.A. Hunt" obituary.
"The Death of Dr. James A. Hunt" several obituaries.
"Lines Written on the Back of a Confederate Note" verse by a Confederate soldier. Handwritten copy.
"Anniversary of Postage Stamps" article.
"That Confederate Poem" article.
Manual of Rare Coins and Rare Stamps, published in 1892.
Printed portrait of Henry W. Longfellow, published by Democratic Monthly Magazine.
"Longfellow" verse regarding Longfellow, author unknown.
"Henry W. Longfellow" article by Lydia M. Millard.
"The Village Blacksmith" verse by Professor Longfellow.
"The Maid and Magpie" verse from "Evangeline".
"The Day is Done" verse by Henry W. Longfellow.
"Morning" verse by Longfellow.
"Via Solutaria, an unpublished poem by Henry W. Longfellow."
"The Light of the Stars" verse, author unknown.
"Longfellow's Finest Sonnet" verse.
"January, from the Autograph Birthday Book" verse by Henry W. Longfellow.
"The Iron Pen" verse by Henry W. Longfellow.
"Longfellow's First Poem 'Mr. Finney's Turnip'" verse.
"The Certain Record" verse, author unknown (probably Longfellow).
"Pathways" verse by Longfellow.
"O day of rest! How beautiful, how fair..." verse by Longfellow.
"The Children's Hour" verse by Longfellow.
"The Battle Field" verse by William Cullen Bryant.
"The Snow Shower" verse by William Cullen Bryant.
"The Death of the Flowers" by William Cullen Bryant.
"Lexington 1775" verse by John G. Whittier.
"Longfellow" verse by Jno. G. Whittier.
"The Two Angels" verse by John G. Whittier.
"The Forsaken Farm House" verse by J.G. Whittier.
"Valuation" verse by John G. Whittier.
"Love's Immortality" verse by John G. Whittier.
"The West" verse by John G. Whittier.
"A Dream of Summer" verse by John G. Whittier.
"The Light That Is Felt" verse by John G. Whittier.
"In School Days" verse by J.G. Whittier.
"The Maiden's Prayer" verse by J.G. Whittier.
"Tilden" verse by John G. Whittier.
"The Sword of Robert Lee" verse by "Moina" (Father Ryan).
"Death" verse by "Moina" (Father Ryan).
"Rest" verse by Father Ryan.
"The Land We Love" verse by Father Ryan.
"Dining" verse by Owen Meredith.
"Centennial Poem, Washington and Lee University. 1775 1875" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"A Litany of Pain" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"Far or Near" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"A November Nocturn" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"The Fairies Table Cloth" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"The Prince's Honeycomb" verse by Mrs. M.J. Preston.
"Sanctum Sanctorum" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"My Motto" verse, author unknown.
"The Tenth of May, A Poem for Decoration Day" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"Whatsoever" verse by Margaret J. Preston.
"The Farmer Feedeth All" verse by Charles G. Leland.
"The Dignity of Labor" verse, author unknown.
"The Home and Farm" verse, author unknown.
"The Farmer's Seventy YEars" verse, author unknown.
"Farmer Joy's 'Arrantin'" verse by Caroline B. Lerow.
"Our Rural Home" verse, author unknown.
"The Farmer's Rank" verse, author unknown.
"Song of Labor" verse, author unknown.
"The Turnip Crop of the Jordan" article.
Printed picture of "The Bride of Lammeroor" by Sir Walter Scott.
Newspaper picture "Christmas Is Coming, Hurrah!"
"The Secrets of Palmistry, How to Tell Fortunes by the Lines of the Hand" article.
"A Requiem" verse, author unknown.
"An Emigrant's Inscription" verse, author unknown.
"Labors of Hercules" article.
"The Ballad of the Beggar" verse by Austin Dobson.
"Tributes to Woman" list of quotes.
"The History of the Habeas Corpus" article.
"Le Chene et le Roseau" verse, author unknown.
"Remember Me" verse, author unknown.
"Love's Strategy" article by Mary Foster Hunt (Affleck).
"Sunday in the Country" verse, author unknown.
"A Graye Subject" verse, author unknown.
"Yesterday" verse, author unknown.
Printed picture "Marie Antoinette Going to Execution."
Printed picture "Condemnation of the Princess Lamballe."
"Death of the Robin" verse by Mrs. Emerline S. Smith.
"Woman's Glory" article.
"Harvest" verse, author unknown.
"Old School, Books" verse, author unknown.
"Tom Hood to His Wife" verse, author unknown.
"Carpe Diem" verse by Owen Meredith.
"One by One" verse by Dickens.
"The woman was fairer..." verse by Owen Meredith.
"Sometimes in heaven..." verse by Louise Chandler Moulton.
"Surnames" article.
"Remembering Earth" verse, author unknown.
"The Old Book keeper" verse, author unknown.
"Origin of the Needle" article.
"Two Pairs of Boots" verse, author unknown.

"Bobolink's Song" verse, author unknown.
"Her Buttercups" verse, author unknown.
"Woman's Tears" verse by Robert Odgen Fowler.
"A Passage" verse by Boyle O'Reilly.
"The Fire of Home" verse by George Worster.
"Sage and Singer" verse, author unknown.
"The Postmaster" verse, author unknown.
"The Old Wreck at Galveston" verse, author unknown.
"Love's Dread" verse, author unknown.
"Till Then, Good Night" verse by Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
"The Empty Nest" verse by Emily Miller.
"The Lost Cause" verse by Victor Kinnear, dedicated to Pauline in Paradise.
Printed picture "And when night came..."
Printed picture "The Retriever."
"Lines on the Death of his son, Charles" verse by Daniel Webster.
"Ode" verse by General Albert Pike of Arkansas.
"Woman" list of quotes which compose a poem.
"Words of Sympathy" verse by Albert Pike. March 28, 1884.
"Our Dead" verse, author unknown.
"Dawn on the Irish Coast" verse by John Locke.
"A Photograph" verse by Rose Terry Cooke.
"Stonewall Jackson's Way" verse, author unknown.
"The Ivy Green" verse by Charles Dickens.
"The Library" verse by Southey.
"Pictures of Memory" verse by Alice Carey.
"Thou and I" verse by Phoebe Cary.
"Love is Indestructible" verse by Southey.
"To F , On Receiving a Present of Flowers" verse by Alice Carey. October, 1853.
"True Love" verse by Alice Carey.
"Drawing Water" verse by Phoebe Cary.
"Strangest of All" verse by Carlotta Perry.
"Is it Worth While?" verse by Joaquin Miller.
"The People's Song of Peace" verse by Joaquin Miller.
"Only Going to the Gate" verse, author unknown.
"The Texan's Perfect Wife" verse by Joaquin Miller.
"Liberty Tree, 1765" verse by Thomas Paine.
"Hadrian's Address to His Soul" verse, author unknown.
"The Consumptive" verse, author unknown.
"Consolation" verse, author unknown.
"We Watched her Breathing" verse, author unknown.
"At The King's Gate" verse, author unknown.
"The Cynic to the Enthusiast" verse by Charles M. Snyder.
"Jefferson's Ten Rules of Life" article.
"A Persian Song" verse by T.B. Aldrich.
"A Lost Love" verse, author unknown.
"Now and Then" verse, author unknown.
"Hidden" verse by Mrs. M.M. Lyle.
"Alexander Hamilton Stephens, In Memoriam" verse, author unknown.
"The Last Patch (of Cotton)" verse by Paul Hamilton Hayne.
"Fifty two, Reflections of a Cynic" verse by Paul Hayne.
"Charity" verse, author unknown.
"Nights" verse by Barry Cornwall.
"Valediction" verse, author unknown.
"Shakespeare" verse by Mrs. Florence Anderson Clark, Bonham, Tx.
"September" verse by Ellen Mackay Hutchinson.
"Break, break, break..." verse by Alfred Tennyson.
"When Hair Turns Gray" verse by Emma Alice Browne.
"Gifts" verse by Emma Lazrus.
"The Child's Garden" verse, author unknown.
"Madame La Marquise" verse by Owen Meredith.
"Strength for To Day" verse, author unknown.
"Youth" unpublished verse by Robert Burns.
"In the October Fields" verse by Robert Burns Wilson.
"In October" verse, author unknown.
"My Sister" verse by Mrs. Amelia B. Welby.
"If We Knew" verse, author unknown.
"The Glory of Woman A Tribute" verse by J.G. Holland.
"What Will It Matter?" verse, author unknown.
"Memory" verse by James A. Garfield.
"The Daughter of Mendoza" verse by Mirabeau B. Lamar.
"Solitude" verse, author unknown.
"The Bitterness of Death" verse, author unknown.
"The Democratic Flag" verse by G.B.H.
"The String That Snapped" verse, author unknown.
"Twilight!" verse, author unknown.
"A Startling Old Poem" verse, author unknown.
"A Woman's Veil" verse, author unknown.
"The Bride of Sig____" verse, author unknown.
"Bormus, A Linus Song" verse by Ellice Hopkins.
"The Worn Out Font of Type" verse, author unknown.
"The Boys" verse, author unknown.
"A Lake Lyric" verse by Wm. H. Hayne.
"What Was His Creed?" verse, author unknown.
"The Dreamer" verse, author unknown.
"My Princess" verse by Nora Perry.
"Antony and Cleopatra" verse, author unknown.
"Monosyllable Poem" verse by J. Addison Alexander, D.D.
"The Drop and the Cloud" verse by L.D. Brewster.
"Life's Play" verse by Vandyke Brown.
"The Tree Puzzle" questions and answers.
"My Lamb" verse, author unknown.
"In April" verse by Helen Jackson.
"Peach Blooms" verse, author unknown.
"Together" verse, author unknown.
"The Silver Wedding" verse, author unknown.
"Fate" verse, author unknown.
"Specters" verse, author unknown.
"Forget Me Not" verse, author unknown.
"The Balance" verse by Margaret Johnson.
"People Will Talk" verse, author unknown.
"In the Rough" verse, author unknown.
"The Old Couple" verse, author unknown.
"The Midnight Bell" verse by Geo. P. Morris.
"Ode to the Greek Slave" verse by Augustin Duganne.
"Love's Sweet Red Rose" verse, author unknown.
"Violets" verse by Mrs. L.S. McPherson.
"Portrait of a Lady" verse by J.S.B.
"In Arcadia" verse, author unknown.
"A Bartered Love" verse, author unknown.
"The Mocking Bird" by A.A. Hunt. April, 1870.
"Censure" quote by Addison.
"Those Silver Locks" verse, author unknown.
"A Riddle" verse by Miss Catherine Fanshawe.
"The Foolishness of Preaching" verse by Edward Willett.
"Be Careful What You Say" verse, author unknown.
"A Homeside Story" verse, author unknown.
"The Way of the World" verse by Ella Wheeler.
"My Toast" verse by A.M. Heathcote.
"Chamouny at Sunrise" verse by Frederica Bram.
"The Latest Verse, On Calais Sands" verse by Andrew Lang.
"Sophie Perovskaya" verse, author unknown.
"The Voices of the Sea" verse, author unknown.
"Comfortable Words" verse, author unknown.
"Our Ships at Sea" verse, author unknown.
"In Servitude" verse, author unknown.
"Where the Weary Are At Rest" verse by Eliza Cook.
"O'er the Llano Estacado" verse, author unknown.
"Winter Day on the Prairie" verse, author unknown.
"A Sea Glimpse" verse, author unknown.
"Calling" verse by Pearl Rivers.
"Undercurrents" verse, author unknown.
"Renunciation" verse, author unknown.
"The Two Worlds" verse, author unknown.
"Practice What You Preach" verse by Annie C.
"Somebody's Mother" verse, author unknown.
"The Golden Side" verse, author unknown.
"Let us Help One Another" verse, author unknown.
"Rejected" verse, author unknown.
"Honest Duty" verse, author unknown.
"The Head That Sheltered Mine" verse by Mary Hunt McCaler.
"Old Time Melody" verse, author unknown.
"Content" verse, author unknown.
"Lines to the Sea Bird" verse by J.M. Klapp.
"The People's Day" verse, author unknown.
"The World is Vast" verse, author unknown.
"Memories" verse, author unknown.
"The Life Clock" verse by J.W. Barker.
"Little Things" verse, author unknown.
"The Silver Lining" verse, author unknown.
"The wiser mind..." verse by Wordsworth.
"Is Futuro" verse, author unknown.
"An English Lane" verse, author unknown.
"A Pleasant Nook" verse, author unknown.
"Barberries" verse by Thomas Bailey.
"The Blacksmith's Night" verse by Rev. Ralph Hoyt.
"Long Ago" verse, author unknown.
"A Sleepless Night" verse by W.M. Donnelly.
"The Vultures" verse, author unknown.
"The Old Washer Woman" verse, author unknown.
"A Winter Day" verse, author unknown.
"The Voice of the Flowers" verse, author unknown.
"Hymn of the Alamo" verse by R.M.P.
"The Family Meeting" verse by Charles Sprague.
"By The River" verse by J.H. Elloit.
"Little Streams" verse by Mary Hewitt.
"My Mother" verse, author unknown.
"Seedling Time Eve" verse by Victor Hugo.
"The 'Sunny Side'" verse, author unknown.
"The Lilies of the Field" verse, author unknown.
"Faith and Reason" verse, author unknown.
"The Pauper's Drive" verse by T. Noel.
"To A Daisy" verse by Frank Dempster Sherman.
"Nightfall" verse by Henry R. Dorr.
"Faint Heart" verse, author unknown.
"Dreamers" verse by Frank W. Lee.
"Her Happier Lot" verse, author unknown.
"Only A Year Ago" verse, author unknown.
"In April" verse by Alice W. Rollins.
"The Man and the Hour" verse, author unknown.
"Aspiration" verse, author unknown.
"Under the Snow" verse by Lillian Grey.
"The Hand That Rocks the World" verse by William Ross Wallace.
"Scatter Seeds of Kindness" verse, author unknown.
"Lesson From The Sea Shell" verse by B.W. Jones, Esq.
"Afterglow" verse by Elizabeth Akers Allen.
"Our Own" verse, author unknown.
"Consolation" verse, author unknown.
"A Wonderful Gift" verse, author unknown.
"Afterwards" verse, author unknown.
"Indirection" verse, author unknown.
"Drew the Wrong Lever" verse by Alexander Anderson.
"Epigrammatic" verse by Thos. S. Collier.
"Senex Jubilans" verse, author unknown.
"It Pays" verse, author unknown.
"Life" verse by Mrs. Barbauld.
"Under the Lava" verse by Mary B. Clarke.
"Over The Way" verse by James Berry Bensel.
"Little Things" verse, author unknown.
"The Potter" verse, author unknown.
"Book World" verse, author unknown.
"Birchington Revisited" verse, author unknown.
"Children" from The Child of the Islands by the Hon. Mrs. Norton.
"Questionings" verse, author unknown.
"The Children We Keep" verse, author unknown.
"Adrift" verse, author unknown.
"Only A Boy" verse, author unknown.
"Inevitable" verse, author unknown.
"Baby" verse, author unknown.
Printed picture "Worn out."
Printed picture "Far From Home."
"A Baby's Smile" verse, author unknown.
"What Might Have Been" verse, author unknown.
"The Children" verse, author unknown.
"Baby's Sleep" verse, author unknown.
"Baby's Hat" verse, author unknown.
"On the Shore" verse, author unknown.
"Rocking the Baby" verse by Madge Morris.
"A Baby's Mission" verse, author unknown.
"The Baby's Answers" verse, author unknown.
"To Grow Rich" verse, author unknown.
"Sweet Charity" verse by S.M.L.
"Weighing the Baby" verse, author unknown.
"Week Old Wee Cold Weak Old" verse, author unknown.
"The Little Robe of White" verse, author unknown.
"Make Childhood Sweet" verse, author unknown.
"Lamb Dressing" article.
"Resignation" verse by M.W.M.
"The Right Rapyer" verse by Einnan J. Aer.
"The Good That Children Do" verse, author unknown.
"A Kiss and A Smile" verse, author unknown.
"Household Love" verse, author unknown.
"Puzzled" verse, author unknown.
"Sunrise by the Sea" verse by Arthur Laighton.
"Grandpa's Boy" verse, author unknown.
"Childhood's Valley" verse, author unknown.
"Knock Easy" article.
"St. Leon's Toast" verse by Sir Walter Scott.
"The Strength of the Hills" verse by Louise Chandler Moulton.
"Life Music" verse by E.T.H.
"One Thing Needful" verse by Bram Stoker.
"A.D. 1885" verse, author unknown.
"Riel" verse, author unknown.
"Tale of the Forest" verse by Frances A. Fuller.
"The Soul's Errand" verse, author unknown.
"The Midnight Train" verse, author unknown.
"It Is The Song My Mother Sings" verse by Eliza Cook.
"A Last Word" verse by Barton Grey.
"A Year's Wooing" verse, author unknown.
"Advice" verse by Ella Wheeler.
"Playing Cards" article.
"What Time Is It?" verse, author unknown.
"The Life March" verse, author unknown.
"What is Man." article.
"The Old Elm Tree" verse, author unknown.
"Unknown Heroes" verse by Joel Benton.
"Going Home" verse, author unknown.
"Man" verse by Dr. H. King.
"Passed" verse by Snyder. October 9, 1868.
"Note the Bright Hours Only" verse, author unknown.
"A Sermon in Rhyme" verse, author unknown.
Several untitled poems by unknown authors.
"Sequel to The Raven" verse by R. Allston Lavender, Jr., a Maniac in the Lunatic Asylum at Raleigh, N.C.
"Red Hair" article.
"Note the Bright Hours" verse, author unknown.
"On the Beach" verse by Delia French.
"Nature's Ne'er at Rest" verse, author unknown.
"Lilies" verse by Mary Hunt Affleck.
"Memories" verse, author unknown.
"Song of the Seasons" verse, author unknown.
"Great Grandmother's Garden" verse by Mary J. Jacques.
"A Town Garden" verse by Margaret Veley.
"The Wells o' Wearle" verse by Mollie Moore Davis.
"Two Women" verse, author unknown.
"The Homeless" verse, author unknown.
"Somehow or Other" verse, author unknown.
"A Song of the Twentieth Century" verse by Jean Ingelow.
"A Wild Fancy" verse, author unknown.
"Word Puzzles" article.
"The Tramp's Tale" verse by Will Carleton.
"Sometime, Somewhere" verse by Robert Browning.
"The Workhouse Clock" verse, author unknown.
"Death of the Author of Beautiful Snow" article.
"Beautiful Child" verse, author unknown.
"Beautiful Snow!" verse by James W. Watson.
"For Love's Sake" verse, author unknown.
"The Cross Roads" verse, author unknown.
"My Stout Old Heart and I" verse by E. Hough.
"Age" verse by Wm. Albert Sutliffe.
"No Time for Waiting" verse by J.H. Duganne.
"In Spring" verse, author unknown.
"Thanksgiving Day" verse, author unknown.
"In the Library" verse by Anne C. Botta.
"Surf" verse, author unknown.
Several untitled poems by unknown authors.
"Robin and I" verse, author unknown.
"The Pope's Bull of Excommunication" verse, author unknown.
"At Home" verse by Christina Rossetti.
"A Cloud" verse, author unknown.
"From A Point of View" verse by Randolph C. Lewis.
"So Young to Die" verse, author unknown.
"The Nine O'Clock Bell" verse by J.M.H.
"God Bless You" verse, author unknown.
"Other Irish Poets" verse by John Kane.
"Give Him A Cheer" verse by Harry J. Shellman.
"Love" verse, author unknown.
"The Blind Old Milton" verse by B. Rush Plumly.
"Every Year" verse by Albert Pike.
"The String of the Rosary" verse by Maurice F. Egan.
"In the Garden" verse by Tibbins.
"Origin of the Names in the Week" article.
"The Chef d'Oeuvre" verse by Joel Benton.
"A Song of the Type Writer" verse by Jasper Barnett Cowdin.
"Hearth Song' verse by Charles Kendal.
"Some Great Writers" article.
"The Homestead" verse by A.A.H. Harrodsburg, June 2, 1860.
"War of Life" verse, author unknown.
"Saving Mother" verse, author unknown.
"If I should die before you love..." verse by Temple Bar.
"The Clothes of a Ghost" verse, author unknown.
"Hereafter" verse, author unknown.
"To Day" verse, author unknown.
"The Marriage Ring" article.
"By The Sea" verse by Thomas Burke.
"He Was Singing" article.
"Love Lightens Labor" verse, author unknown.
"The Fading One" verse by B.B. Wale.
"The Working Man" verse, author unknown.
"A Mother's Care" verse, author unknown.
"My Ships" verse by Ella Wheeler.
"A Holiday for the Wife" article.
"The Evening Hour" verse, author unknown.
"Passing Trials" article.
"The Wandering Jew" verse by W.J. Henderson.
"Ballard of the Thrush" verse by Austin Dobson.
"A Good Conscience" verse by Southwell.
"Little Griefs" verse, author unknown.
"The Dangers of Delay" verse by Southwell.
"A Valuable Hint" article.
"The Two Ways!" article.
"Pleasures of Hope" verse by Campbell.
"An Aspiration!" article.
"Religious" verse, author unknown.
"And Then" verse, author unknown.
"In February" verse by Clinton Scollard.
"Charity" verse, author unknown.
"The Wave" verse by Davie Barbour.
"The Old Canoe" verse, author unknown.
"If I Were A Voice" verse, author unknown.
"Golden Rod" verse, author unknown.
"Rue" verse, author unknown.
"Prairie Flower" verse by Mrs. Norton.
"Live and Let Be" verse, author unknown.
"Not to be Won That Way" verse by Mrs. Browning.
"Woman's Seven Ages" verse, author unknown.
"Andromeda" verse by James Jeffrey Roche.
"Now Is All Time" verse by Felix N. Gerson.
"Once with Daphne" verse, author unknown.
"Her Answer" verse, author unknown.
"The Little Sleeper" verse, author unknown.
"A Beautiful Gem" verse, author unknown.
"The Law" verse by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
"Brotherly Love" verse, author unknown.
"The Mother" verse, author unknown.
"The Country Town" verse, author unknown.
"If" verse adapted by A.F.
"Only A Little Way" verse, author unknown.
"To A Coquette" verse by Tennyson.
"Sleep" verse, author unknown.
"Friendship's Broken Ties" article.
"The Summer Midnight" verse, author unknown.
"An August Night in the Country" verse by Mrs. Louis E. Amis.
"Autumn is Ended" verse, author unknown.
"How Winter Cometh to Palace and Hovel" verse by Charles D. Gardette.
"The Snow Storm" verse, author unknown.
"Resurrection" verse, author unknown.
"Calling the Angels" verse, author unknown.
"Some Day" verse, author unknown.
"Some Day You'll Wish for Me" verse, author unknown.
"The Old Grist Mill" verse by Tennyson.
"A Splendid Woman" verse by E.A. Boyden
"A Contented Proprietor" verse, author unknown.
"In the Wheat Field" verse by Paul Hamilton Hayne.
"Mother's Girl" verse by Julia May.
"One Touch of Nature" verse by Anthony Morehead.
"True Happiness" verse, author unknown.
"The Housemaid's Art" verse, author unknown.
"The End of Satan" article.
"A Beautiful Illustration" article by O.W. Holmes.
"The Pioneer" verse by Marion Manville.
"The Winds" verse by George K. Camp.
"The Cry of the Dreamer" verse, author unknown.
"Alone" verse, author unknown.
"Hope" verse by Schiller.
Printed picture "Enid, A Saxon Maiden."
Printed picture "At the Spring."
"Wanted A Minister" verse, author unknown.
"The Devil" verse by Alfred J. Hough.
"A Welsh Classic" verse by H.H. Ballard.
"A Model Church Choir" article.
"Is It Anybody's Business" verse, author unknown.
"The Deacon's Prayer" verse, author unknown.
"A Housekeeper's Tragedy" verse, author unknown.
"She Cured Him" article.
"The Cobra Capello" verse by James R. Randall.
"A Parody" verse, author unknown.
"A New Version that Will make Whittier Laugh" verse, author unknown.
"He Done His Level Best" verse by Simon Wheeler.
"How He Was Laid" article.
"The Shoemaker" verse, author unknown.
"The English Language" verse, author unknown.
"Rhime of the Rail" verse, author unknown.
"Her Treasures" verse by Mary Ainge de Mere.
"Sally Salter" verse, author unknown.
"My Guest" verse by G.N. Matthews.
"He Came Too Late" verse by Daria Ross.
"The Butcher" verse, author unknown.
"A Mother's Diary" verse, author unknown.
"Bang" verse, author unknown.
"A Type of Beauty" verse, author unknown.
"Ninety nine in the Shade" verse, author unknown.
"Rhymes of Animals" verse, author unknown.
"Woman" verse, author unknown.
"The Highway Cow" verse, author unknown.
"The Devil and the Lawyer" verse, author unknown.
"The Popular Creed" verse by Charles P. Shiras.
"Observations of the Rev. Tucker" verse, author unknown.
"A New Mother" verse by Shipton.
"The Next German War" article.
"Electrical Phenomenon. verse, author unknown.
"The Three Cent Stamp" verse, author unknown.
"A Warning" verse, author unknown.
"Voices of the Night" verse, author unknown.
"Man" verse by Puck.
"Where Are Wicked Folks Buried?" verse, author unknown.
"The Patient Preacher" verse, author unknown.
"An Archaeological Congress" verse by R.J. Burdette.
"Grit" verse by W.T. Whelan.
"A Dead Rascal" article.
"Winter" verse by R.K.M.
"A Concord Love Song" verse by James Jeffrey Roche.
"A Bit of Moral Philosophy" verse from Puck.
"A Belated Incident" verse, author unknown.
"The Sort of People that One Meets at Dances" verse, author unknown.
"Movements of Prominent Braves" article.
"The Texas Way" article.
"A Sabbath Morn in the Country" verse from R.W. Criswell.
"A Place for Each" verse, author unknown.
"A Strike" verse, author unknown.
"The Mad, Mad Muse" verse, author unknown.
"Life In Six Acts" verse, author unknown.
"Funny Sights" verse, author unknown.
"John Billing's Essay on Swine" article.
"Under A Crazy Quilt" verse, author unknown.
"Prospecting Some Time Ahead" article.
"The Room Just Next to Mine" verse, author unknown.
"O, Lemonade" verse, author unknown.
"For Husband's Only" verse by H.C. Dodge.
"An American Congressman" verse by Smith Ely, Jr.
"Funny" verse, author unknown.
"He Has Not Far to Go" verse, author unknown.
"Browning by Telegraph" article.
"What's in a Name?" verse, author unknown.
"The Dying Shoemaker" verse, author unknown.
"Book Learning" verse, author unknown.
"Owed to Autumn" verse, author unknown.
"In the Catacombs" verse, author unknown.
"Counsel for Defendant" verse, author unknown.
"Bacon was Shakespeare" verse, author unknown.
"Vegetable Courtship" verse, author unknown.
"Irish Wit" article.
"Lee At The Wilderness" verse by Mollie E. Moore.
"Dawn Angels" verse by Mrs. A. Mary F. Robinson. Handwritten into scrapbook.
"Hymn of the Alamo" verse by R.M. Potter.
"Hymn of the Alamo" handwritten copy.
"An Acrostic Revery" verse handwritten by I.D. Affleck.

Newspaper article that are not attached into the scrapbook:
"Save Your Confederate Money' Here Is a Monumental Example" from Houston Post, October 25, 1959.
"The Capture of Harriet Lane" article by W.L. Davidson.
"The Three Flags" article.
"The Confederate Seal, Its History and Fate" article by Judge Robert L. Rodgers.

A24-20
Loose Leaf Binder holding poems, letters, etc.

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Typed copy of clipping from Galveston News of "Legend of State Flower" by Poet Laureate (Mary Hunt Affleck). This was sent by T.D. Affleck to Miss Mary A. Martin of the San Jacinto School at her request on July 17, 1931. 1 leaf.

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Greeting verse dedicated to the Girls' Study Club of Coleman, Texas from Mary Hunt Affleck of Brenham, Texas. 1910. Typed, 1 leaf.

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Inscribed to little Mary E. Goddard verse by Anna Adair Hunt (mother of Mary Hunt Affleck). 1872. Typed copy, 1 leaf.

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Acrostic verse. Typed, 1 leaf.

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Memories story by Mary Hunt Affleck, dedicated to Hetty Curry. Typed, 2 leaves, signed.

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The Locksmith verse by Mary Hunt Affleck, dedicated to Mrs. Henry Fall, editress of The Key to Houston. Typed, 1 leaf, signed.

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Untitled verse written by Mary Hunt Affleck, Poet Laureate. June 29, 1907. Typed, 1 leaf.

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Acrostic verse by Mary Hunt Affleck, dedicated to Rose Fountain Howell. Typed, 1 leaf, signed.

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In Memoriam article by Mary Hunt Affleck, Chaplain, Daughters of American Revolution; dedicated to Mrs. S.H. Watson and Miss Joe Wooten. circa 1915. Typed, 2 leaves, signed.

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The Loving Cup verse by Mary Hunt Affleck, dedicated to Mrs. D.F. Stuart. April 5, 1907. Typed, 1 leaf.

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Mrs. Affleck's Tribute to Miss Young by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves, carbon copies.

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In Memory of Our Beloved Member, Mrs. W.F. Hasskarl verse by Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf, signed.

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In Memory of Laura Hunt, who died at Cameron, Texas, June 8, 1928 by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves, carbon copies.

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John Dancy Dibrell verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf, with handwritten corrections. Signed by author.

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To Christine Moore verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf, carbon copies. 4 copies, all signed.

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Can the Kaiser verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. Signed by author.

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Response to Address of Welcome by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves, with handwritten additions. Signed by the author.

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In Memoriam, Mrs. Horace D. Brown, Improvisatrice of Texas Womans Press Assn., January, 1907 verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves. Signed by the author.

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Report of Brenham Quill Club open letter. Typed, 2 leaves. 2 copies.

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Library Report open letter to "Madam President, and Daughters of the Confederacy" by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves. Signed by the author.

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Affleck, Mary Hunt to Officers and Members of Dick Dowling Chapter, Beaumont, Tx. June 12, 1912. TL, 1 leaf. 2 copies.

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Prose (probably by Mary Hunt Affleck). Typed, 1 leaf. 2 copies.

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Tomorrow's Yesterday verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 3 leaves. Signed by the author.

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Untitled verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. Signed by the author.

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All Hail verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves, carbon copies. 3 copies.

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Untitled verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves, carbon copies. 3 copies.

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Texas verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves. 2 copies.

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Her Box's Bed story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves. Signed by the author.

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Heroes verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves. Signed by the author.

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The Reunion, of the Orphan Brigade. Typed, 2 leaves.

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The Tents verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten corrections. 2 copies. Signed by the author.

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To The Orphan Brigade verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 7 leaves, carbon copies. Signed by the author.

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Jefferson Davis verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves, with handwritten corrections. Signed by the author.

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Untitled verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf, carbon copy. 2 copies. Signed by the author.

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The Old Meeting House verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. Signed by the author. 5 copies.

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During the Cotton Harvest verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves. Signed by the author. 2 copies.

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Untitled verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. Signed by the author.

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Our Days of Old verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 6 leaves, with handwritten corrections. Signed by the author.

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Untitled verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves, with handwritten corrections. Signed by the author.

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Untitled story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 5 leaves. April, 1904. Signed by the author.

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The Western Gate verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. Signed by the author.

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Lilacs verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. Signed by the author.

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A Summer Eve verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. Signed by the author. 2 copies.

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Hood's Brigade verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. 1876. Typed, 4 leaves, with handwritten corrections.

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A War Time Easter by A Woman of the Old South (Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten corrections.

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The Soldier's Prayer by Adair (Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck). Typed, 2 leaves, with handwritten corrections. Signed by the author.

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Untitled verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

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Untitled story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 3 leaves.

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Original manuscript of story The Soldier's Prayer by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 9 leaves, with handwritten corrections. Signed by the author.

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An Easter Rose story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 2 leaves.

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An Easter Rose story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves.

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Two Women, The Worldly and the Christian verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves, with handwritten corrections. Signed by the author.

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When I Danced the Minuet verse by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves, with handwritten corrections. Signed by the author.

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The Story of a Cake story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 5 leaves, with handwritten corrections.

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Glenblythe, the Story of an Old Southern Home by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 10 leaves, with handwritten corrections.

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Uncle Jake, A Christmas Story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves, with handwritten corrections. 2 copies.

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Saint Valentine's Day, 1862 story by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 7 leaves, with handwritten editing.

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Treasured Thoughts of My Friends book of verse and quotes. Published in 1908.

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United Daughters of the Confederacy Catechism for Children published in 1904. 2 copies.

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United Daughters of the Confederacy Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Convention Proceedings. 1902.

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United Daughters of the Confederacy Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Convention Proceedings. 1903.

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United Daughters of the Confederacy Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Convention Proceedings. 1906.

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United Daughters of the Confederacy Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Convention Proceedings. 1908.

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United Daughters of the Confederacy Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Convention Proceedings. 1910.

Trunion Robey Affleck

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A Short History, The Mackall Family of Calvert County, Maryland. 1946. Printed, 1 softcover book. Attached: Bell, Susie P. [Washington, D.C.] to Mr. Affleck. August 9, 1955. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Bell, Susie P. [Washington, D.C.] to Mr. Affleck. October 17, 1955. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Index to Probate Cases Filed in Texas, Waller County. 1941. Printed, 1 booklet.

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A Daughter of Maryland was the Mother of Texas, Jane Herbert (Wilkinson) Long by Alexander H. Bell. Signed by the author. Inserted inside:
Newspaper clipping "Who Are You? An Adair? The Romance of Your Name" by Ruby Haskins Ellis.
Newspaper clipping "The Genealogy of Mrs. Jane Long" by Stanley E. Babb. From Galveston News. May 17, 1936.
Newspaper clipping "A Genealogical Gem" from The Washington Law Reporter. May 22, 1936.
Newspaper clipping "Gems" by Silas B. Ragsdale. From Galveston News. May 31, 1936.
Newspaper clipping "Mother of Texas" Heroine of Tale of Hardships" by Virginia Gwin. From Galveston Daily News, Centennial Edition. June 11, 1936.
Photocopies of pictures of paintings of General John Dent, Mrs. John Dent and Mrs. William M. Wilkinson (grandparents and mother of Jane Long). Attached to page 76: Ames, Charles F. to "Kind Sir" February 10, 1946. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Historic Garden Week in Virginia. 1952. By the Garden Club of Virginia. Attached to page 111:
Notes of books in Rosenberg Library re: Adam Thoroughgood and his house in Virginia. Typed, 1 leaf.
Waterman, Thomas T. [Washington, D.C.] to T.D. Affleck. January 3, 1950. TLS, 1 leaf.
Northrup, Marguerite [Metropolitan Museum of Art]. September 25, 1946. TLS, 1 leaf.
Photograph of Adam Thoroughgood house

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Newspaper clipping "Jane Long, Glamour Girl of Austin's Colony and the 'Mother of Texas,' Now Has High School Named for Her" by Ed Kilman. From Houston Post. March 23, 1958.

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Newspaper clipping "The SS Jane Long is Launched" from Houston Chamber of Commerce Magazine. May 1943.

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Newspaper clipping "The Mother of Texas" by Jesse Ziegler. From Houston Chamber of Commerce Magazine. May 1943. Attached to page 143: "Mrs. Jane Long, Mother of Texas" short biography. Typed, 3 leaves, carbon copies.

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Newspaper clipping "The Flavour of Texas, Jane Long: Texas Filibuster's Wife Who Dared; Only a Longfellow Needed to Bring Her Renown" by J. Frank Dobie. From Fort Worth Press. April 9, 1936.

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Newspaper clipping of book review for "The Flavor of Texas" by J. Frank Dobie. From Galveston News. November 22, 1936.

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"The Mother of Texas, Mrs. Jane Long." Extract from Sowell's History of Fort Bend County. 1937. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

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Newspaper clipping "Bolivar Lighthouse Urged as Memorial To 'Mother of Texas'" by Jesse A. Ziegler, from Houston Post. June 20,1937.

A37-30
Galleys for A Daughter of Maryland was the Mother of Texas by Alexander H. Bell. Included:
Original envelope this copy was mailed to T.D. Affleck in.
"The Mother of Texas, Mrs. Jane H. Long" extract from Sowell's History of Fort Bend County. 1937. Printed, 1 pamphlet. Included: Newspaper clipping of book review for "The Genealogy of Mrs. Jane Long" from Galveston News. 1936; and Notes regarding genealogy of Jane Long. Typed, 3 leaves, carbon copies.

A37-40
Bell, Alexander H. [Washington, D.C.] to T.D. Affleck. September 26, 1936. TLS, 1 leaf.

A37-40
Jane Long by Anne Ammons Brindley. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

A37-40
"Old Oyster Creek and Brazos Plantations" extract from Abner Strobel's Old Plantations and Their Owners in Brazoria County with Mary Nixon Rogers summary history of Brazoria County. undated. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

A37-50
Large checkbook for Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck [wife of T.D. Affleck, Sr.].

A37-60
List of undeposited checks, 30 leaves, mostly photocopies of checks.

A37-60
Nauman, Arnold E. [Farmers National Bank] to Affleck Farm. August 29, 1974. TLS, 1 leaf.

A37-60
Bank statement for Mrs. T.D. Affleck, from Moody National Bank. June 5, 1974.

A37-60
Ledger page regarding Trunion Robey Affleck Estate. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A37-60
Eight Deposit slips to Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck.

A37-60
Nine bank statements for Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck, from First Hutchings Sealy National Bank. Attached: Four canceled checks and One deposit slip.

A37-60
Seven bank statements for Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck, from First Hutchings Sealy National Bank. Attached: Two canceled checks and Two deposit slips.

A37-70
Ledger account for claims:
Florence Affleck Hervey
T.D. Affleck, Jr.
B & H Grocery
Bedford, Lambdin & Schwab
C & S Drug Store
City of Galveston (water)
Ottice Crawford
Edwards Prescriptions, Inc.
Nancy Evans
Funeral
Galveston Independent School District
Gerland's Food Fair
Elizabeth Hagans
House Repair
Houston Lighting & Power
St. Mary's Hospital
Southern Union Gas Company
Dr. W.W. Stephen
Sullivan Enterprises, Inc. (weed cutting)
House Repairs (after death)

A37-70
Power of Attorney document for Trunion Robey Affleck. Typed, 3 leaves, original legal document. August 9, 1974.

A37-70
Letters Testamentary naming T.D. Affleck and Florence Affleck Hervey as executors to estate of Trunion Robey Affleck. February 10, 1976. Two copies.

A37-70
Semrick, L.E. [I.R.S., Southwest Region] to T.D. Affleck, Jr. March 2, 1977. TLS, 1 leaf. Included is 9 additional copies, a handwritten note, two canceled checks to the I.R.S. and taxpayer's receipt of balance due.

A37-70
Photocopy of receipt for tax return and Statement of Inheritance Tax, Interest and Penalties Due for estate of Trunion Robey Affleck. September 9, 1976. 1 leaf. Attached is photocopy.

A37-70
Photocopy of Inheritance Tax Receipt for estate of Trunion Robey Affleck. March 31, 1977. 1 leaf.

A37-70
Photocopy of blank form "Application for Waiver" 2 leaves.

A37-70
Photocopy of Inheritance Tax Receipt for estate of Trunion Robey Affleck. Photocopy, 1 leaf. Attached is: two canceled checks to I.R.S.

A37-70
McKeever, Robert M. [District Director of I.R.S.] to T.D. Affleck, Jr. November 9, 1976. TLS, 1 leaf, photocopy. Attached: Request for Information Estate or Gift Tax. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A37-70
Application for Waiver for for estate of Trunion Robey Affleck. April 6, 1977. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A37-80
Certificate of Deposit Receipt for Mrs. T.D. Affleck. Attached is canceled check. August 4, 1966.

A37-80
Deposit slip for Mrs. Trunion Ruby Affleck, from The City National Bank. 1 leaf.

A37-80
Canceled check drawn on Mrs. T.D. Affleck's account. January 2, 1968.

A37-80
Newspaper clipping "Notice to the creditors of the Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck, Deceased." undated.

A37-80
Original blank forms from I.R.S. Power of Attorney and Authorization and Declaration. 1 leaf of each.

A37-80
Bank statement for Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck, from First Hutchings Sealy National Bank. Attached are two canceled checks November 17, 1977.

A37-80
Bank statement for Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck, from First Hutchings Sealy National Bank. October 31, 1977.

A37-80
Photocopies of four canceled checks to I.R.S., July and August, 1976.

A37-80
Sixteen canceled checks for various expenses. April August, 1976.

A37-80
Note on index card re: Stewart Title Co. Handwritten.

A37-80
Two unopened bank statements for Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck, from First Hutchings Sealy National Bank. Postmarked September 1, 1977 and October 3, 1977.

A37-90
Notes regarding medical expenses. Typed, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A37-90
Legal document, Order Approving Inventory and Appraisement. June 24, 1976. Photocopies, 5 leaves.

A37-90
First Hutchins Sealy National Bank to "Whom It May Concern." December 16, 1975. TLS, 1 leaf.

A37-90
Safe Deposit Inventory from First Hutchins Sealy National Bank for Mrs. T.D. Affleck. undated. Handwritten, 1 leaf, photocopy.

A37-90
Legal document stating the sum Mrs. T.D. Affleck had in First Hutchings Sealy National Bank. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A37-90
Unsigned legal document, Application for Probate of Will and Letters Testamentary. Typed, 2 leaves, carbon copies.

A37-90
Last Will and Testament of Trunion Robey Affleck. March 1964. Typed, 3 leaves, carbon copies.

A37-90
Legal Document of Power of Attorney, from Trunion R. Affleck to T.D. Affleck, III and Florence Affleck Hervey. Photocopies, 5 leaves.

A37-90
Last Will and Testament of Trunion Robey Affleck. March 1964. Typed, 3 leaves, photocopies.

A37-90
Last Will and Testament of Trunion Robey Affleck. October 1963. Typed, 4 leaves, carbon copies.

Affleck Family

A41-10
Newspaper clipping "Runaway Pig Cost Early Texas Millions of Dollars and Kept Out 8000 Families" from Brenham Banner Press. undated.

A41-10
Rush, Mrs. Linton [Velasco, TX] to Dunbar Affleck. October 22, 1956. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-10
Rush, Mrs. Linton [Freeport, TX] to Dunbar Affleck. May 23, 1958. ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-10
Rush, Mrs. Linton [Freeport, TX] to Dunbar Affleck. June 9, 1958. ALS, 3 leaves.

A41-10
Rush, Mrs. Linton [Freeport, TX] to Dunbar Affleck. June 22, 1958. ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-10
Rush, Mrs. Linton [Freeport, TX] to Dunbar Affleck. July 20, 1958. ALS, 3 leaves.

A41-10
Winkle, Ernest W. [UT, Library] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck. March 10, 1916. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-10
Handwritten note by T.D. Affleck, dated June 20, 1958. 2 leaves. Attached: Affleck, T.D. to Mrs. Rush. June 12, 1958. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-10
Rush, Mrs. Linton [Freeport, TX] to Dunbar Affleck. June 30, 1960. ALS, 2 leaves. Original envelope attached.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. August 24, 1959. ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. April 23, 1959. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. March 4, 1958. ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. November 14, 1948. ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. March 17, 1949. ALS, 2 leaves. Attached: Hearn, Mary L. [Caldwell] to Bennie. January 10, 1876. Photocopy negative, 1 leaf.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. July 3, 1958. ALS, 2 leaves.

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McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. April 2, 1958. ALS, 3 leaves.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. March 3, 1958. ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. February 19, year illegible. ALS, 1 postcard.

A41-20
McCain, Hazel W. [Memphis, Tenn.] to Dunbar. March 21, 1958. ALS, 3 leaves.

A41-20
Newspaper clipping "SAR Chapter Here Receives Charter". Dated March 26, no year.

A41-20
Newspaper clipping "Miss Hazel McCain will be wed to Philips Ray McCarty". undated.

A41-20
One B&W photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCain.

A41-20
Affleck, T.D. to Cousin Hazel. May 20, 1958. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-20
Affleck, T.D. to Cousin Hazel. March 26, 1958. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-20
Affleck, T.D. to Cousin Hazel. March 25, 1958. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-20
Affleck, T.D. to Hazel Wynne McCain. March 8, 1958. TL, 2 leaves, carbon copy.

A41-30
Bill of sale from Thomas N. Hunt to Thomas Hunt. October 3, 1843. Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy negative.

A41-30
Applicant's Working Sheet, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, for Hazel Wynne McCain. Dated January 31, 1948. 1 leaf.

A41-30
Wynne, Martha G. [Montgomery County] to My dear Brother Thomas. November 8, 1844. Photocopy of ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-30
Five leaves of handwritten notes regarding Hunt genealogy.

A41-30
One leaf of handwritten notes regarding Hunt family history. Attached:
Contract of bill of sale for several slaves to Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt. Dated April 15, 1846. Photocopy of original document, 2 leaves.
Contract of bill of sale for several slaves to Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt. Dated April 15, 1846. Typed copy original document, 3 leaves.

A41-40
One leaf of handwritten notes regarding genealogy of John Dent.

A41-40
Five leaves of handwritten notes, written by Mary Hunt Affleck, regarding her family genealogy.

A41-40
Hickerson, T.F. [Chapel Hill, NC] to T.D. Affleck. December 11, 1958. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached:
Affleck, T.D. to Miss Eleanora Hunt [Ashville, NC]. December 15, 1958. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. to Mr. T.F. Hickerson [Chapel Hill, NC]. December 9, 1958. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Hickerson, T.F. [Chapel Hill, NC] to T.D. Affleck. August 16, 1958. ALS, 1 leaf.
Hickerson, T.F. [Chapel Hill, NC] to T.D. Affleck. March 26, 1958. ALS, 1 postcard.
Affleck, T.D. to Mr. Thomas F. Henderson [Chapel Hill, NC]. March 24, 1958. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
"'Ansearchin' News" published by the Memphis Genealogical Society. April 1959.

A41-40
Affleck, T.D. to Ben B. Hunt [Austin, TX]. March 17, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy. Attached:
Hunt, Ben B. [Austin, TX] to T.D. Affleck. March 16, 1959. TLS, 2 leaves.
Affleck, T.D. to Ben B. Hunt [Austin, TX]. March 12, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Hunt, Ben B. [Austin, TX] to T.D. Affleck. March 10, 1959. ALS, 2 leaves.
Hunt, Ben B. [Austin, TX] to T.D. Affleck. March 9, 1959. TLS, 4 leaves.
Affleck, T.D. to Ben B. Hunt [Austin, TX]. February 15, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. to Ben B. Hunt [Austin, TX]. February 14, 1959. TL, 2 leaves, carbon copy.
Hunt, Ben B. [Austin, TX] to T.D. Affleck. February 14, 1946. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-40
Photograph of paintings of Memucan Hunt (1759) and Mrs. Memucan (Mary Wade) Hunt (1759).

A41-40
Peterson, Joan [Butler, Binion, Rice & Cook] to Mr. Affleck. November 11, 1964. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-50 Hand drawn map of tract of land in Washington, County. 1 leaf. Attached:
One leaf of typed notes regarding Dr. Thomas Hunt Estate Property.
Hand drawn map of tract of land in Washington, County. 1 leaf.
One leaf of handwritten notes regarding land tracts.
Notes regarding McCarthy v. Heirs of Thomas T. Hunt. Typed and handwritten, 3 leaves.
One card, with handwritten notes regarding Hunt history.
Receipt from Chas. E. Wiede. May 14, 1958.
Eleven leaves of handwritten notes.

A41-60
Koneger, Ernest P. [Brenham, TX] to T.D. Affleck. June 8, 1961. ALS, 3 leaves.

A41-60
"Zeb's Black Baby, Vance County, NC" by Samuel Thomas Peace. 1955. Typed, 2 leaves.

A41-60
Photocopy of handwritten document regarding land sale, dated 1846. 2 leaves.

A41-60
One leaf of handwritten notes regarding Memican hunt.

A41-60
Photograph of "Burnside", home of Memican Hunt. B&W, 3x5.

A41-60
The American Weekly newspaper. January 2, 1938. Highlighted article "Empires of the Moon" regarding General John Adair.

A41-70
Five leaves of handwritten notes regarding genealogy of Memican Hunt.

A41-70
Extract from The Lost Tribes of North Carolina by Worth S. Ray. Typed, 1 leaf.

A41-70
Newspaper clipping "Hunt". undated.

A41-70
Newspaper clipping "General Hunt and His Service to Texas" by S.W.F. Prewett.

A41-70
Extract from "Happy Valley, History and Genealogy" by Thomas Felix Hickerson. Photocopies, 4 leaves.

A41-70
Extract from "Life, Letters and Papers of William Dunbar" by Mrs. Dunbar Rowland. Typed, 5 leaves.

A41-70
Funeral Notice for Calvin Stephen Smith. Dated October 27, 1859. Printed, 1 leaf.

A41-80
Alva, James and Helen [Austin] to Mr. and Mrs. Affleck. December 20, 1962. ALS, 2 leaves.

A41-80
One leaf of handwritten notes.

A41-80
Accession Record for Donation of items to Rosenberg Library. 1 leaf.

A41-80
Affleck, Dunbar to Jamie. October 9, 1956. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-80
Affleck, Dunbar to Jamie. November 1, 1956. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-80
Jamie [Austin] to Dunbar Affleck. December 20, 1959. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-80
Photocopy from List of Deaths 1903 1940. 1 leaf.

A41-80
Jamie [Austin] to Dunbar Affleck. December 1960. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-80
Earl, Ruth T. [San Antonio] to Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar Affleck. August 5, 1957. ALS, 1 postcard.

A41-80
Earl, Ruth T. [San Antonio] to Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar Affleck. November 23, 1951. ALS, 1 postcard.

A41-80
One leaf of handwritten notes, badly water damaged.

A41-80
Deposit receipt from The City National Bank, Galveston. 1 leaf. Attached:

A41-80
Receipt from Rotan, Mosle and Moreland. December 22, 1950. 1 leaf.

A41-80
Baker, Rhodes S. [Attorney, Dallas] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck. January 31, 1927. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-80
Eure, Thad [State of North Carolina] April 1, 1959. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached:

A41-80
Affleck, T.D. to The Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina. March 28, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-80
Jones, H.G. [State of North Carolina, Department of Archives and History] to T.D. Affleck. March 25, 1959. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-80
Affleck, T.D. to The Department of Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina. March 19, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-80
One leaf of handwritten notes regarding the Dunbar Family Trees.

A41-80
Bell, Susie P. [Washington, D.C.] to Mr. Affleck. April 5, 1959. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-80
Affleck, T.D. to Mrs. Susie P. Bell. February 17, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-80
Bell, Susie P. [Washington, D.C.] to Mr. Affleck. April 9, 1958. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Puckett, Claire [Rosenberg, TX] to Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Affleck. June 15, 1962. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [St. Louis, MO] to T.D. Affleck. undated. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached:

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [St. Louis, MO] to T.D. Affleck. February 23, 193__. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [St. Louis, MO] to T.D. Affleck. Dated Christmas, 1942. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [St. Louis, MO] to T.D. Affleck. September 20, 1942. ALS, 1 postcard.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [Victoria, TX] to T.D. Affleck. June 24, no year. TLS, 1 postcard.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to T.D. Affleck. December 21, no year. ALS, 1 postcard.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to T.D. Affleck. March 5, 1957. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances to T.D. Affleck. March 12, 1953. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to T.D. Affleck. July 30, no year. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to T.D. Affleck. March 23, 1947. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances to T.D. Affleck. undated. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Ellis, Susie A. [Daytona Beach, FL] to Cousin Dunbar. July 21, 1935. ALS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to Dunbar and Trunion Affleck. November 18, no year. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to T.D. Affleck. undated. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to T.D. Affleck. March 18, 1942. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [Montell, TX] to T.D. Affleck. July 25, no year. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [St. Louis, MO] to T.D. Affleck. February 24, no year. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-90
Affleck, Frances [San Antonio] to T.D. Affleck. July 15, no year. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-100
One leaf of handwritten notes regarding genealogy.

A41-100
Newspaper clipping of obituary for Joan Bowen Cady. From Houston Chronicle. May 19, 1984. Attached is photocopy.

A41-100
One leaf of typed notes regarding Thomas Dunbar Affleck.

A41-100
Last Will and Testament and Inventory, Appraisement and List of Claims with order of approval for Estate of T.D. Affleck. December 5, 1966. 13 leaves, typed, photocopies.

A41-100
One envelope containing:
Seven printed calling cards, Miss Anna Marie Affleck.
Newspaper clipping "Robin Adair" undated.
Newspaper clipping "Bloody Hand of Ulster Is Legend of Irish Courage, Ancestor of Mary Hunt Affleck Was King of Ulster". undated.
Newspaper clipping "Cradle That Rocked Seven Generations To Sleep Still In Use" by Hazel Hedrick. undated.

A41-100
One empty envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Affleck. Postmarked December 20, 1962.

A41-100
Anglin, Mrs. A.A. [Austin] to T.D. Affleck. July 27, 1956. ALS, 2 leaves. Attached is original envelope.

A41-100
Affleck, J.H. (Jamie) [Austin] to T.D. Affleck. August 22, 1956. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached is original envelope.

A41-110
Affleck, J.H. (Jamie) [Austin] to T.D. Affleck. December 3, 1956. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached is original envelope.

A41-110
Affleck, J.H. (Jamie) [Austin] to T.D. Affleck. December 20, 1956. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached is original envelope.

A41-110
Photographs of paintings of Memucan Hunt (1759) and Mrs. Memucan (Mary Wade) Hunt (1759). Attached are two typed note cards regarding the photograph.

A41-110
"A Sketch Of The Life of Thomas Affleck" by Elinor B. Jacobs. March 1, 1984. Typed, 10 leaves, photocopies. Attached:
Application Form for Official Texas Historical Marker, for grave site of Thomas Affleck (1812 1868).
Strange, Robert F. [New Years Creek Settlers Assn.] to Mrs. Breckenridge Wagner. March 15, 1984. TLS, 2 leaves, photocopies.
Original envelope.

A41-120
What's In Your Name? from Sanson Institute of Heraldry. Printed, 1 booklet.

A41-120
Courier magazine. August 1956. On page 25, is a drawing of Castle Affleck, Angus.

A41-130
Newspaper clipping "Woman Has Historic Collection" dated April 1971.

A41-130
Article "Galveston Historical Society" by Anne Brindley. undated. Photocopy.

A41-130
Certificate of Death for T.D. Affleck. November 17, 1966. One certified copy.

A41-130
Affleck, Jr., T.D. to Corporate Trust Officer [Texas Commerce Bank, Houston]. June 22, 1972. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy. Attached:
Cherry, Elizabeth Ann [Texas Commerce Bank] to T.D. Affleck, Jr. November 2, 1971. TLS, 1 leaf.
Wulfe, E.D. [Weingarten Markets Realty Co.] to Shareholder. November 9, 1971. TLS, 1 leaf.
Newspaper clipping "Weingarten Group Purchases Oaks Shopping Center" from Houston Chronicle. October 31, 1971. Photocopy.
Wulfe, E.D. [Weingarten Markets Realty Co.] to Shareholder. September 22, 1971. TLS, 1 leaf.
Texas Commerce Bank [Houston] to Shareholders. July 15, 1971. TLS, 1 leaf.
Wulfe, E.D. [Weingarten Markets Realty Co.] to Shareholder. July 1, 1971. TLS, 1 leaf.
Texas Commerce Bank [Houston] to Shareholders. July 15, 1970. TLS, 1 leaf.
Texas Commerce Bank [Houston] to Shareholders. July 22, 1968. TLS, 1 leaf.
Receipt for registered letter. June 22, 1972.
Return receipt for registered letter. June 23, 1972.
Receipt from Texas Commerce Bank. December 8, 1971.
One empty envelope addressed to T.D. Affleck, Jr. Postmarked June 27, 1972.
Health Insurance I.D. card for T.D. Affleck. 3 cards.
Unopened envelope addressed to T.D. Affleck, Jr. undated.
Two leaves of notes, typed and handwritten, regarding estate of T.D. Affleck.

A41-140
Newspaper clipping of obituary for T.D. Affleck, Sr. from Galveston News. November 18, 1966.

A41-140
Newspaper clipping of obituary for T.D. Affleck, Sr. from Brenham Banner Press. November 18, 1966.

A41-140
Letters Testamentary appointing executors for estate of T.D. Affleck, Sr. 1 leaf. December 5, 1966.

A41-140
Certificate of Death for Ellen T.R. Affleck. February 19, 1888. Photocopy of certified copy prepared on December 24, 1974.

A41-140
Seven receipts from County Clerk, Galveston County.

A41-140
Taxes and Estates. March, 1967. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

A41-140
Funeral Home card for T.D. Affleck, Sr.

A41-140
Newspaper clipping of obituary for T.D. Affleck Sr. undated.

A41-140
Newspaper clipping "Central Methodist Reception Planned" from Galveston News. November 18, 1966.

A41-140
Newspaper clipping of obituary for T.D. Affleck, Sr., from Galveston News. November 18, 1966.

A41-140
Certificate of Death for T.D. Affleck, Sr. 3 certified copies.

A41-140
Newspaper clipping of obituary for T.D. Affleck, Sr., from Galveston News. November 18, 1966. Photocopy. 11 copies.

A41-140
Newspaper clipping of obituary for T.D. Affleck, Sr., from Brenham Banner Press. November 18, 1966. Photocopies, 11 leaves.

A41-140
Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of T.D. Affleck, Sr. Typed, 4 leaves, carbon copies.

A41-150
Portion of legal document regarding the estate of T.D. Affleck, Sr. Typed, 3 leaves, carbon copies.

A41-150
Lain, T.W. [Attorney, Galveston] to T.D. Affleck, Jr. May 30, 1967. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-150
Lain, T.W. [Attorney, Galveston] to T.D. Affleck, Jr. May 9, 1967. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-150
Legal document of power of attorney, signed by T.D. Affleck, Sr. July 21, 1964. Typed, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-150
Affleck, Frances [Boerne, TX] to Trunion. June 10, 1966. ALS, 1 leaf. Attaches is original envelope.

A41-150
Bank statement from First Hutchings Sealy National Bank of Galveston. September 5, 1973. In original envelope.

A41-150
One empty envelope addressed to T.D. Affleck. Postmarked from Ocala, FL. April 24, 1935.

A41-150
Hutchings, R.K. [First Hutchings Sealy National Bank] to Mrs. T.D. Affleck. November 21, 1966. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-150
Two leaves of handwritten notes regarding the Will of T.D. Affleck, Sr.

A41-150
Last Will and Testament of T.D. Affleck, Sr. 1955. Typed, 3 leaves, carbon copies.

A41-150
Notice of Health Insurance Utilization for the estate of T.D. Affleck, Sr. February 18, 1969. Printout, 1 leaf.

A41-160
Estate Tax Closing letter. November 17, 1966. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-160
Director [Internal Revenue Service Center] to Mr. Affleck. June 20, 1968. TL, 1 leaf. Attached is carbon copy and envelope.

A41-160
Canceled check from Mrs. T.D. Affleck to T.D. Affleck Estate. June 19, 1967.

A41-160
Calvert, Robert S. [Comptroller of Public Accounts, Austin] to James G.R. Smith. March 22, 1968. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-160
Memo from T.W. Lain. May 30, 1967. ALS, 1 leaf. Attached is original envelope.

A41-160
Receipt from County Clerk, Galveston County. March 20, 1967. 1 leaf.

A41-160
Memo from T.W. Lain. March 17, 1967. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached is original envelope.

A41-160
Receipt from Lain & Smith. December 26, 1967. Handwritten, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-160
Taxes and Estates. November 1966. Printed, 1 pamphlet. Attached is additional copy.

A41-160
Printed envelope to contain Will for T.D. Affleck. Empty.

A41-160
Two leaves of handwritten notes.

A41-170
Lain, T.W. [Galveston] to T.D. Affleck. October 9, 1964. TLS, 2 leaves.

A41-170
Receipts from Lain & Smith. March 6, 1967. Handwritten, 3 leaves, with carbon copy, and typed statement.

A41-170
Lain, T.W. [Galveston] to T.D. Affleck. February 21, 1964. TLS, 2 leaves. Attached is page torn from book showing tax tables.

A41-170
One leaf of handwritten notes.

A41-170
Last Will and Testament of T.D. Affleck, Sr. 1964. Typed, 4 leaves, photocopies.

A41-170
Plan of Operation of the Common Trust Funds of the Bank of the Southwest. Printed, 1 pamphlet.

A41-170
One ledger sheet regarding insurance payments. Handwritten.

A41-170
Answers Made To The Medical Examiner, regarding T.D. Affleck. Typed responses, 1 leaf.

A41-170
Application for Insurance to the Union Central Life Insurance Company, regarding T.D. Affleck. June 23, 1926. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A41-170
Application for Insurance, regarding T.D. Affleck. June 16, 1923. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A41-170
Application for Insurance with Aetna Life Insurance Company, regarding T.D. Affleck. April 22, 1925. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A41-170
Application for Insurance to the Union Central Life Insurance Company, regarding T.D. Affleck. April 25, 1933. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A41-170
Application for Insurance with Kansas City Life Insurance Company, regarding T.D. Affleck. August 14, 1911. Photocopy, 1 leaf.

A41-180
Two leaves of handwritten notes. Badly water damaged.

A41-180
Affleck, Jr., Thomas D. to County Clerk [Glasscock County Courthouse]. November 29, 1984. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-180
Affidavit. T.D. Affleck, Jr. to Estate of Trunion Robey Affleck. April 1, 1977. Typed, 4 leaves, singed by fire.

A41-190
Receipt from Lee F. Craig, County Clerk of Coleman County. December 28, 1967. 1 leaf.

A41-190
Affleck, Jr., Thomas D. to County Clerk [Coleman County Courthouse]. November 29, 1984. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-190
Affleck, Jr., Thomas D. to County Clerk [Glasscock County Courthouse]. November 29, 1984. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy. Attached is envelope from Mrs. Vena Lawson, County and District Clerk. Postmarked December 21, 1967.

A41-190
Affidavit replacing Birth Certificate for Trunion Robey Affleck. December 7, 1967. Typed, 2 leaves, carbon copies. 3 copies, damaged by fire and water.

A41-190
Last Will and Testament of Florence B. Robey. July 30, 1919. Typed copy, 1 leaf.

A41-190
Last Will and Testament of W.J. Robey. August 30, 1915. Typed copy, 2 leaves.

A41-200
Receipt for certified copy from County Clerk. December 13, 1967. 1 leaf.

A41-200
Bowen, W.J. [Florida Gas Co.] to T.D. Affleck, Jr. February 7, 1968. TLS, 1 leaf.

A41-200
Affleck, Jr., T.D. to W.J. Bowen [Florida Gas Co.]. January 23, 1968. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-200
Affleck, Jr., T.D. to Mr. George Robey [Coleman, TX]. January 23, 1968. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A41-200
Newspaper clipping "Mortuary Report" showing Florence Batsell Robey. undated.

A41-200
One leaf of typed notes regarding family history of Florence B. Robey.

A41-200
Two leaves of handwritten notes regarding family history of Florence B. Robey.

A41-200
Newspaper clipping "Funeral Services Held For Mrs. Florence Robey". undated.

A41-200
Inventory and Appraisement for Estate of W.J. Robey. June 1919. Typed, 4 leaves.

A41-200
Estate of W.J. Robey statement. Legal document. Typed,, 4 leaves.

Scrapbook of Newspaper Clippings Regarding the Affleck Family

Newspaper clipping. "Battle In Canon De Valde".

Newspaper clipping. "Ancestry And Youth".

Newspaper clipping. "The Battle of San Jacinto".

Newspaper clipping. "Texas And The Texans".

Newspaper clipping. "Hays In Texas".

Newspaper clipping. "Texas Rangers".

Newspaper clipping. "The Theater and the Actors".

Newspaper clipping. "Fight With Mexicans Near Laredo".

Newspaper clipping. "Battle In Canon De Valde".

Newspaper clipping. "A Comanche Prisoner".

Newspaper clipping. "Battle of Bandera Pass".

Newspaper clipping. "Fight On the Nueces The Fate of a Ranger".

Newspaper clipping. "The Vasques Raid 1842".

Newspaper clipping. "Woll's Invasion".

Newspaper clipping. "The Battle of Salado".

Newspaper clipping. "The Battle of Pierdenales".

Newspaper clipping. "Indian Fight on The Agua Dulce".

Newspaper clipping. "Texas Rangers In The Mexican War".

Newspaper clipping. "A Terrible Revenge".

Newspaper clipping. "San Juan Teotihuacan".

Newspaper clipping. "Home" verse.

Newspaper clipping. "The Tehuacana Expedition".

Newspaper clipping. "Santa Anna".

Newspaper clipping. "General Santa Anna's Uniforms".

Newspaper clipping. "Deaf and Dumb Asylum".

Newspaper clipping. "Jack Hays, A Famous Texas Ranger" by Edgar Rivera.

Newspaper clipping. "Political Election, 'Frisco".

Newspaper clipping. "Hays as a Surveyor".

Newspaper clipping. "Jack Hays".

Newspaper clipping. "Frontier Sketches, Fight Near Laredo".

Newspaper clipping. "Military Movements".

Newspaper clipping. "Frontier Sketches".

Newspaper clipping. "Texas and the Texans".

Newspaper clipping. "Hays in Texas".

Newspaper clipping. "The Theatre and the Actors".

Newspaper clipping. "Jack Hays".

Newspaper clipping. "Dedication to the Surviving Members of the Hays' Texas Rangers" by James T. DeShields.

Newspaper clipping. "Hays Career In the Mexican War" by James T. DeShields.

Newspaper clipping. "The Battle of Pierdenales"

R-S

Richter 10 (w/Mike McQuay, 1996), 1994 - May 1995

Richter 10 (w/Mike McQuay, 1996), June - December 1995

Richter 10 (w/Mike McQuay, 1996), 1996 - 1997, undated

Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume II (ed. Ben Bova, 1973), 1972 - 1974, undated

Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume III (ed. Ben Bova, 1974), 1973 - 1974

Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume IV (ed. Arthur C. Clarke, 1981), 1980 - 1982, 1985 - 1986

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), 1992 - September 1993

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), October - December 1993

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), January - June 1994

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), July 1994

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), August - September 1994

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), October - December 1994

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), January - March 1995

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden of Mars (1994), April - June 1995

Family Documents

1/1: Origin of Burchard/Birchard Genealogy Summary, Undated

1/2: Burchard/Birchard Genealogy Trees, 1865-1922

1/3: Phineas Sr. and Clarissa Birchard, 1995; Undated

1/4: Amasa Franklin Burchard, 1833-1856; Undated

1/5: Land Grants and Surveys for Independence Texas, 1836-1841

1/6: Amasa Burchard's Heirs Claim Property, 1838-1883; Undated

1/7: Phineas Jr. and Elizabeth Burchard, 1848-1915; Undated

1/8: Reuben Marmaduke Potter - Relation to Phineas Jr. Burchard, 1875-1885; Undated

1/9: Anderson F. Burchard, 1898

1/10: Gladys Burchard Struwe, 1902-1955

1/11: Charles Edgar Struwe, 1983-1998

1/12: John W. Burchard - Independence Historical Marker, 1993-1998; Undated

Series 1 through Series 3

Series 1, Agricultural Statistics. 1947-1984; Undated

1/1: Agricultural Statistics - Texas Statistical Committee, 1947-1950

1/2: Agricultural Statistics - Texas Statistical Committee Correspondence, 1947-1950

1/3: Agricultural Statistics - Interim Committee on Agriculture – Miscellaneous, 1966

1/4: Agricultural Statistics - Interim Committee on Agriculture Correspondence, 1966-1968; 1984

1/5: Agricultural Statistics - Interim Committee on Agriculture Report to Committee Summary of Testimony to Committee, 1966; Undated

Series 2, Correspondence, Speeches, and Articles. 1925-1984; Undated

1/6: Eugene Butler - Personal Correspondence, 1969-1984

1/7: Eugene Butler - Personal Correspondence, 1969-1984

1/8: Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles, and Drafts, 1925-1978; Undated

1/9: Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles, and Drafts, 1925-1978; Undated

1/10: Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles, and Drafts, 1925-1978; Undated

1/11: Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles, and Drafts, 1925-1978; Undated

1/12: Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles, and Drafts, 1925-1978; Undated

1/13: Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles, and Drafts, 1925-1978; Undated

1/14: Dr. Tait Butler Speeches. Undated

1/15: Articles about Dr. Tait Butler. Undated

1/16: Correspondence between Dr. Tait Butler and Eugene Butler, 1926-1928.

1/17: Conservation Articles and Speeches by Butler. Undated

1/18: Conservation in Progressive Farmer and Other Articles. Undated

Series 3, Cotton Correspondence, Speeches, and Articles. 1925-1980; Undated

1/19: Cotton Speeches and Articles by Butler. Undated

1/20: Cotton Articles and Editorials in Progressive Farmer, 1925-1980

1/21: Cotton Articles and Editorials in Progressive Farmer, 1925-1980

1/22: Miscellaneous Cotton Articles and Speeches, 1956-1973

1/23: Miscellaneous Cotton Articles, News Releases, and Photos, 1930; 1955-1959

1/24: Cotton Correspondence, 1954-1980

1/25: Cotton Publications. Undated

1/26: Cotton Publications. Undated

1/27: Cotton Acreage and Prices - Articles by Butler. Undated

1/28: Cotton Acreage and Prices - Progressive Farmer Articles and Correspondence, 1925-1951

1/29: Cotton Acreage Allotment Articles and Speeches by Butler, 1959

1/30: Cotton Acreage Allotment - Legislation, 1959

1/31: Cotton Acreage Allotment - Statistics and Minutes of Meetings. Undated

1/32: Cotton Acreage Allotment - Miscellaneous. Undated

Series 3 though Series 5

Series 3, Cotton Correspondence, Speeches, and Articles. 1925-1977; Undated

2/1: Cotton Acreage Allotment - Correspondence, 1954-1959

2/2: Cotton Acreage Allotment - Correspondence, April - August 1959

2/3: Cotton Acreage Allotment - Mississippi. Undated

2/4: Cotton Acreage Allotment - North Carolina. Undated

2/5: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Articles and Speeches by Butler. Undated

2/6: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Progressive Farmer Articles and Editorials, 1925-1977

2/7: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Articles and Minutes, 1939-1972

2/8: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Reports, 1955-1957

2/9: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Pink Bollworm Statewide Cotton Committee of Texas, Pink Bollworm Subcommittee Reports, 1939

2/10: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Pink Bollworm Statewide Cotton Committee of Texas Pink Bollworm Subcommittee Correspondence, 1938-1939.

2/11: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Pink Bollworm Beltwide Pink Bollworm Committee Correspondence, 1956-1957

2/12: Cotton Diseases and Insects - Pink Bollworm Articles, 1939-1974

2/13: Cotton Fertilization. Undated

2/14: Cotton Grades. Undated

2/15: Cotton Loans. Undated

2/16: Cotton Payment Limitations. Undated

2/17: Cotton Programs. Undated

2/18: Cotton Research. Undated

2/19: Cotton Statistics. Undated

2/20: Dairy. Undated

Series 4, Dallas Agricultural and Hardware Club Memorabilia. 1928-1981; Undated

2/21: Dallas Agricultural Club - History. Undated

2/22: Dallas Agricultural Club - Miscellaneous. Undated

2/23: Dallas Agricultural Club - Correspondence, 1928-1962

2/24: Dallas Agricultural Club - Correspondence, 1963-1976

2/25: Dallas Agricultural Club - Membership Rosters, 1960-1967

2/26: Dallas Agricultural Club - Membership Rosters, 1968-1973

2/27: Dallas Agricultural Club - Membership Rosters, 1974-1981

2/28: Dallas Agricultural Club - Meeting Notices, 1934-1975

2/29: Dallas Hardware and Implement Club. Undated

Series 5, Farm, Ranch, and Livestock Information, Publications, and Correspondence. Undated

2/30: East Texas. Undated

2/31: Environment. Undated

2/32: Farm and Ranch. Undated

2/33: Farm Buildings. Undated

2/34: Farm Bureau Federation - America. Undated

2/35: Farm Bureau Federation - Texas. Undated

2/36: Farm Co-ops. Undated

2/37: Farm Credit and Tenancy. Undated

Manuscripts M

6/1: Medicine Show. Page Proofs, p. 3-184 (incomplete), Undated.

6/2: Medicine Show. Edited Manuscript, Cover letter, front matter (4 sheets), manuscript p. [1]-266, Undated.

6/3: Mike Gonzo and the Almost Invisible Man. Manuscript leaves [1], 1-137, Undated.

6/4: Mike Gonzo and the Almost Invisible Man. Transmittal letter, copy edited manuscript, leaves 1-144, Undated.

6/5: Mike Gonzo and the Almost Invisible Man. Partial Copy, Undated.

6/6: Mike Gonzo and the Sewer Monster. Transmittal letter, copy edited manuscript, leaves 1-149, Undated.

6/7: Mike Gonzo and the Sewer Monster. Original first draft, with editor's suggested cuts and edits, Cover sheet with note, manuscript, p. 1-155, Undated.

6/8: Mike Gonzo and the Sewer Monster. Manuscript p. 1-161, Undated.

6/9: Mike Gonzo and the Sewer Monster. Folder 1, Manuscript, Title page, dedication page, p. 1-52, Undated.

6/10: Mike Gonzo and the Sewer Monster. Folder 2, Manuscript, p. 53-148, Undated.

6/11: Mike Gonzo and the UFO Terror. Transmittal letter, copy edited manuscript, leaves 1-134, Undated.

6/12: Mike Gonzo and the UFO Terror. Manuscript, p. [1], [1]-133, Undated.

6/13: Mike Gonzo and the UFO Terror. Partial Copy, Undated.

6/14: Montana Madman. Folder 1, manuscript leaves 1-135, Undated.

6/15: Montana Madman. Folder 2, manuscript leaves 136-217, Undated.

6/16: Moom. By Jack MacLane, Folder 1, Manuscript, Title page, p. [1]-176, Undated.

6/17: Moom. By Jack MacLane, Folder 2, Manuscript, p. 177-301, Undated.

6/18: Murder in the Mist. Folder 1, Page proofs, Correction sheet, production sheets, leaves 1-130, Undated.

6/19: Murder in the Mist. Folder 2, Page proofs, leaves 131-245, Undated.

6/20: Murder in the Mist (A Stanley Waters Blue Skies Mystery). Folder 1, manuscript, leaves [2], 1-189, Undated.

6/21: Murder in the Mist (A Stanley Waters Blue Skies Mystery). Folder 2, manuscript, leaves 190-230, [231], Undated.

Manuscripts Galley Proofs

12/1: Blood Marks. Galley Proofs, Corrections sheet, cover letter, front matter (4 leaves), p. [2]-296, Undated.

12/2: Cursed to Death. Galley Proofs, Cover letter, corrections sheets (2 leaves), p. 1-155, Undated.

12/3: Keepers of the Beast. Galley Proofs, Front matter (3 leaves), p. 8-351, Undated.

12/4: Mike Gonzo and the Invisible Man. Galley Proofs, Corrections sheet, front matter (3 leaves), p. 1-130, Undated.

12/5: Mike Gonzo and the Sewer Monster. Galley Proofs, Corrections sheet, front matter (3 leaves), p. 1-[135], Undated.

12/6: Mike Gonzo and the UFO Terror. Galley Proofs, Front matter (3 leaves), p. 1-[117], Undated.

12/7: Monster Mind. Galley Proofs, Mail receipt, corrections sheet, cover letter, front matter (3 leaves), p. [8]-348, Undated.

12/8: Shotgun Saturday Night. Galley Proofs, Cover letter, p. 1-90, Undated.

12/9: To Late to Die. Galley Proofs, Corrections sheet, cover letter, p. 1-84, Undated.

Correspondence

13/1: Register of all Correspondence, Undated.

13/2: Correspondence, 1978.

13/3: Correspondence, 1979.

13/4: Correspondence, 1980.

13/5: Correspondence, 1981.

13/6: Correspondence, 1982.

13/7: Correspondence, 1983.

13/8: Correspondence, 1984.

13/9: Correspondence, 1985.

13/10: Correspondence, 1986.

13/11: Correspondence, 1987.

13/12: Correspondence, 1988.

13/13: Correspondence, 1989.

13/14: Correspondence, 1990.

13/15: Correspondence, January-April 1991.

13/16: Correspondence, May-December 1991.

13/17: Correspondence, January-July 1993.

13/18: Correspondence, August-December 1993.

13/19: Correspondence, January-April 1994.

13/20: Correspondence, May-June 1994.

13/21: Correspondence, July-September 1994.

13/22: Correspondence, October-December 1994.

13/23: Correspondence, January-March 1995.

13/24: Correspondence, April-July 1995.

13/25: Correspondence, August-December 1995.

14/1: Correspondence, January-March 1996.

14/2: Correspondence, April-December 1996.

14/3: Correspondence, 1997.

14/4: Correspondence, 1998.

14/5: Letters to Fred Williams, folder 1, Undated.

14/6: Letters to Fred Williams, folder 2, Undated.

14/7: "Night They Missed the Horror Show" by Joe Lansdale, Undated.

14/8: Correspondence, September 11, 1989.

Magazines M

17/1: Mystery and Detective Monthly, Nos. 1-190, Excluding Nos. 91, 103, 139-141, 151, Undated.

Magazines L-M

18/1: Left Coast Crime, February 15-18, 1991.

18/2: Linington Lineup, The, July 1996.

18/3: Locus, June 1983; August 1983.

18/4: Lost Race and Adult Fantasy Fiction: 69 Books, Advisory Editors R. Reginald and Douglas Menville (2 copies), Undated.

18/5: March of Crime, The, Newsletter of the Mystery Writers of America, Undated.

18/6: Mary Higgins Clark Mystery Magazine, Premier Issue, Spring 1997.

18/7: Mean Streets, Issues 1-3, 5, 7-8, Undated.

18/8: Mostly Murder, Book Review Newspaper, May 18, 1989.

18/9: Murder and Mayhem, Pocket Guide to Mystery Fiction No.4, Undated.

18/10: Murder at the Opera, by Marvin Lachman, Undated.

18/11: Mystery and Adventure Review, The, Undated.

18/12: Mystery Fancier, The, Index to the Mystery Fancier Vol. 6-10, Vol. 1 No. 1-3, 5-6, Vol. 2 No. 3, Vol. 3 No. 1-4, Vol. 4 No. 1-2, 4-6, Vol. 5 No. 1-3, 5-6, Vol. 6 No. 2, Vol. 7 No. 1, 4-6, Vol. 8 No. 1-4, 6, Vol. 9 No. 1, 3-4, 6, Vol. 10 No. 1-2, Vol. 11 No. 2-4, Vol. 12 No.4, Undated.

18/13: Mystery File, Nos. 1, 24-30, 32, Undated.

18/14: Mystery Lover’s Newsletter, Vol. 2 No. 5, Undated.

18/15: Mystery Magazine, Vol. 2 No. 3, May 1981.

18/16: Mysterious News, Vol. 1 No. 2-3, 5, Vol. 2 No. 1.

18/17:

18/18: Mystery Readers of America Journal, Folder 1, Fall 1986; Winter 1987; Spring-Winter 1988.

18/19: Mystery Readers of America Journal, Folder 2, Winter 1989; Spring-Winter 1990.

18/20: Mystery Reader’s Newsletter, Folder 1, Vol. 3 No. 3-6, Vol. 4 No. 2-6, Undated.

18/21: Mystery Reader’s Newsletter, Folder 2, Vol. 5 No. 2-6, Vol. 6 No. 1-2, Undated.

Magazines M-N

19/1: Mystery Scene, 1-4, 8-44 (excluding 10, 41, 43), 76, November [unknown year]; January 1987.

19/2
-Mystery Writers of America Directory 1985, 1990-1991, 1991-1992, 1993-1994, 1995.
-SW Chapter Members 1984-1985, 1985-1986, 1986-1987.

19/3a: Mystery Writers of America/Annual, Edgar Allan Poe Awards Dinner Programs, 1971, 1980, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2002.

19/3b: New Mystery Magazine, "Death’s Brother" by Bill Crider, 1991-1992.

19/4: New Mystery Magazine, Vol. 1 No. 3, Vol. 2 No. 1-2, Vol. 4 No. 1-2, Vol. 5 No. 1, Undated.

Casualty Lists

1/1: Anderson - Chambers County

1/2: Cherokee - Freestone County

1/3: Frio - Hutchison County

1/4: Irion - Orange County

1/5: Palo Pinto - Upshur County

1/6: Upton - Zavala County

Brown Letters

1/1: Collection information and handwritten outline of letters to family

1/2: Newspaper Clipping. June 1943; August 1943; February 8, 1944; Undated

1/3: Torn portion of an unknown letter. December 15, 1905

1/4: Brown family receipts.
-McNally Sewing Machines. May 23, 1913
-Hawks & Pennell. May 1, 1918

1/5: Letters to mother and family. March 1943

1/6: Letters to mother and family. April 1943

1/7: Letters to mother and family. May 1943

1/8: Letters to mother and family. June 1943

1/9: Letters to mother and family. July 1943

1/10: Letters from brother George, and letters to mother. July 19, 1943

1/11: Letters to mother and family. August 1943

1/12: Letters to mother and family. November 28, 1943

1/13: Letters to mother and family. January 1944

1/14: Letters to mother and family. March 1944

1/15: Letters to mother and family. April 1944

1/16: Letters to mother and family. May 1944

1/17: Letters to mother and family. June - August 1944

1/18: Letters to mother and family. September 1944

1/19: Letters to mother and family. October 1944

1/20: Letters to mother and family. November 1944

1/21: Letters to mother and family. December 1944

1/22: Christmas dinner menu from Boca Raton Field. December 20, 1944

1/23: Letter to mother. February 4, 1946

1/24: Letters and receipt of donation from Reverend T. J. Valenta to Mary Brown. January 9, 1945

1/25: Letters. Undated

1/26: Empty envelopes. 1943-1944

1/27: Items related to the death of Walt's Aunt, Catherine Norberg.

1/28: Army patch

1/29: "An excuse for undeveloped film" (1 page). Undated

Yearbooks

1/1: 2 yearbooks. 1949-1950; 1950-1951

1/2: 2 yearbooks. Includes letter dated October 1, 1952 (from 1952-1953 yearbook). 1951-1952; 1952-1953

1/3: By-Laws, published September 1, 1951

1/4: 1 yearbook with 2 letters concerning the American Indian Committee (September 1955). 1955-1956

1/5: 2 yearbooks. 1957-1958; 1958-1959

1/6: 2 yearbooks. 1959-1960; 1960-1961

1/7: 1 yearbook with notes and news clipping. 1961-1962

1/8: 2 yearbooks. 1961-1962

1/9: 3 yearbooks (2 with notes). 1962-1963

1/10: 2 yearbooks. 1963-1964

1/11: 1 yearbook. 1964-1965

1/12: 2 yearbooks including Addenda 1966-1967 yearbook. 1965-1966

1/13: 2 yearbooks. 1967-1969

1/14: 3 yearbooks. 1969-1971

1/15: 1 yearbook including Addenda 1972-1973 yearbook. 1971-1973

1/16: 2 yearbooks. 1973-1975

1/17: 2 yearbooks. 1975-1977

1/18: 1 yearbook. 1976-1977 (possible Addenda yearbook, though not stated on covered as others are)

1/19: 2 yearbooks. 1977-1978

1/20: 2 yearbooks. 1978-1979; 1979-1980

1/21: 2 yearbooks. Membership cards and dues receipt from Ann Giraud included. 1979-1980

1/22: 1 yearbook. Ann Giraud membership card. 1980-1981

1/23: 2 yearbooks including the 1981 Bylaws. 1981-1982

1/24: 2 yearbooks. Ann Giraud membership card (1984-1985). 1984-1985; 1985-1986

1/25: 1 yearbook with a single note. 1987-1988

1/26: 1 yearbook. Ann Giraud membership card. 1988-1989

1/27: Robert Henry Chapter Yearbooks (2x). 1973-1975; 1975-1977

Miscellaneous

3/1
Nikaragua - UTA Poetry

3/2
A Poem

3/3
Chinese Poetry in Envelope - Maple Bridge

3/4
Latin Poem - Biblia Sacra Uuigatae Editionis Liber - 1 - Genesis Hebraice Beresith

3/5
Poetry - Notes on poetry, Chinese poetry, Davidson's poetry

3/6
Classical Chinese Poetry and Notes

3/7
Tenrikyo Marriage Ceremony

3/8
Miscellaneous story ideas

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