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World War II Red Cross Knitting Collection

  • TxAM-CRS 801
  • Collection

Collection of materials, including patterns and knitting tools, used in the "Knit for Victory" home front campaign during World War II.

Texas A&M Track and Field Souvenir Relay Baton

  • US TxAM-C 853
  • Collection
  • 2012

This collection consists of one aluminum souvenir track and field relay baton handed out at the 2012 National Track and Field Championships hosted at Texas A&M University. The baton reads "Texas A&M National Champions - Track and Field 2009-2010-2011".

Rev. Jindrich Juren and the Brethren Church of Texas Collection

  • TxAM-CRS 987
  • Collection
  • 1900-2014; Undated

This collection contains materials collected in relation to the dedication and celebration of the Historical Marker for Rev. Jindrich Juren, though the materials range in date from 1900 to 2014, the bulk of the materials are from 1995.

Materials include correspondence, historical and biographical data regarding both Fayetteville Brethren Church and Houston Brethren Church, publications in English and Czech, a copy of the Texas Historical Marker application to the Texas Historical Commission, and multiple news clippings about the dedication celebration that took place on October 1, 1995.

Juren, Jindrich

Roy Fuller Collection

  • TxAM-CRS 1563
  • Collection

This collection contains photocopies of manuscripts, poetry, reviews, and articles written by Roy Fuller and others, along with photocopies of correspondence to and from Roy Fuller, and to and from other writers.

James Earl Rudder '32 Collection

  • TxAM-CRS 384
  • Collection
  • 1918-2001

The collection spans the life of James Earl Rudder. The bulk (1944-1970) of the materials roughly correspond to the chronology of James Earl Rudder's life, with additional materials collected mainly by his wife, Margaret Rudder. The collection includes materials from Rudder’s time in the service during WWII, clippings from newspapers, as well as posters, magazine issues, memorabilia, and Rudder’s awards.

Rudder, James Earl, 1910-1970

Texas A&M University, World War I Tree Markers

  • TxAM-CRS 914
  • Collection
  • 1930; 1971

This collection contains metal markers with the names, class year, date, and location of the death of A&M men who died during their service in World War I. The markers were used to identify trees that were planted for these men around the Drill Field. These are the first two versions of the markers, the originals were made of brass and the second version was made of aluminum.

During the November 24, 1919 Board of Directors meeting in Fort Worth, Board of Directors' President L. J. Hart suggested that the college plant a tree commemorating the death of each student of the college who gave up his life in the great war. The board agreed and authorized the planting of oak trees. President William B. Bizzell formed a committee to make arrangements for the Tree Planting Day. The committee consisted of R. F. Smith, chairman and Associate Professor of Mathematics; E. O. Siecke, Professor of Forestry; A. T. Potts, Professor of Vegetable Gardening; S. W. Bilings, Professor of Entomology; and A. B. LaRoache, Professor of Architecture and Architectural Engineering. The Memorial Tree Planting Committee was charged with the selection of the variety of trees, location for planting the trees, and the selection of a date and preparation of a program for the occasion. The Committee chose live oaks and set a date of February 23, 1920, for the memorial exercises.

At 2:00 PM on February 23, 1920, President Bizzell, five members of the Board of Directors, President L. J. Hart, W. A. Miller, Jr., John T. Dickison, J. R. Kubena, and H. A. Breihan together with several hundred cadets, a number of faculty members, and family members of those being honored gathered in front of Guion Hall. The ceremony started with Dr. John. A Held, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Bryan giving a blessing, followed by the College Band playing "God Save the Queen", and President Bizzell introducing the day's speaker, L. J. Hart, President of the Board of Directors. Mr. Hart went on to give a speech extolling the sacrifice that these 52 men gave to preserve freedom and by commemorating them with the planting of the trees.

Upon the completion of Mr. Hart's speech, Professor Smith read the names of the 52 men, and members of the Federal and College students, alumni, and faculty were placed in charge of a squad of four cadets to plant a tree for each one of the heroes. The College Band started playing the French National Anthem "Marseillaise", and the squads marched to their sites around the south side of the drill field, around the corner of Houston and Lamar Streets (near present-day Bizzell Hall), and to the south of Hart Hall. As the tree planting began the College Band played "America" and on completion of the planting the "Star-Spangled Banner" closed out the ceremony.

In 1930 the trees were identified with a bronze plaque inscribed with the name, class year, location, and date of their death was mounted on a small limestone obelisk at the foot of each tree. These markers stood until 1971 when national service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega came to their aid. The markers had generally fallen into disrepair, with some missing altogether while others were missing the memorial plaques. After receiving approval from the Board of Directors in February, APO's General James Earl Rudder Pledge Class relocated 15 of the markers that were to the South of Bizzell and Hart Halls on March 25, 1971. These 15 markers were moved to the drill field with the additional 37 that had lined it. On April 18, 1971, during Parent's Weekend, APO held a rededication ceremony. At this ceremony the names of the heroes were read, a small American flag was placed at each tree, and new aluminum plaques were unveiled and mounted on spring-loaded bolts embedded in the trees with the idea to allow for normal growth. During the process of renovating the memorials with Physical Plant personnel and Robert H. Rucker, the university's landscape architect, APO members found that three additional markers were needed, bringing the total to 55.

Aluminum Tree Markers

1/1: Allison, Elmer Curtis

1/2: Anderson, Farris S.

1/3: Barfield, Clifton

1/4: Barford, John Herbert

1/5: Bevill, Walter Gustavos

1/6: Boulrand, William Fowler

1/7: Brailsford, Thomas Reed

1/8: Brown, Vories P., Jr.

1/9: Carter, Joseph Daniel

1/10: Craig, Samuel Reid

1/11: Crocker, Norman G.

1/12: Crook, Edward Bishop

1/13: Curtis, Manson Franklin

1/14: Easterwood, Jesse L.

1/15: Ellis, James G., Jr.

1/16: Findlater, James Ronald

1/17: Goldbeck, Eric Albert

1/18: Gorman, Edwin Mobley

1/19: Graham, Cyrus Earle

1/20: Harrison, George Little

1/21: Hausser, Charles

1/22: Jones, Hamlet Park

1/23: Kneeling, Walter S.

1/24: Loftus, Luke Witt

1/25: Luhn, Graham Daniel

1/26: McFadden, Willford

1/27: McKimmey, John Clyde

1/28: Matthews, John Lamar

1/29: Mayers, Hadyn Potter

1/30: Nolte, Robert Walker

1/31: Peters, Herbert N.

1/32: Peyton, Harry Lamar

1/33: Prime, Wendell Francis

1/34: Regenbrecht, Ferdinand

1/35: Riesner, Edmund Laretz

1/36: Rust, Charles Edward

1/37: Slaton, Frank William

1/38: Suber, L.S.R.

1/39: Teague, Charles Leroy

1/40: Thomas, William George

1/41: Thompson, John Percy

1/42: Wellage, George Francis

1/43: Woodman, Coney Uncas

1/44: Woodson, James Munroe

1/45: Wooley, Richard P.

1/46: Yates, Horace Conrad

Brass Plaque Tree Markers

2/1: Abney, Will H.

2/2: Allison, Elmer O.

2/3: Anderson, Farris S.

2/4: Barfield, Clifton

2/5: Bourland, William F.

2/6: Bull, Richard P., Jr.

2/7: Burford, John H.

2/8: Carter, Joseph D.

2/9: Cox, Romeo W.

2/10: Curtis, Manson F.

2/11: Easterwood, Jesse L.

2/12: Gardner, Benjamin H., Jr.

2/13: Graham, Cyrus Earle

2/14: Greer, James F.

2/15: Harrison, George L.

2/16: Hausser, Charles

2/17: Jones, Hamlet P.

2/18: Loftus, Luke W.

2/19: Luhn, Graham D.

2/20: McFadden, Willford

3/1: McKimmey, John C.

3/2: Matthews, John L.

3/3: Mayers, Hadyn P.

3/4: Moore, John H.

3/5: Murphy, John B.

3/6: Nolte, Robert W.

3/7: Peters, Herbert N.

3/8: Peyton, Harry L.

3/9: Prime, Wendell F.

3/10: Regenbrecht, Ferdinand

3/11: Riesner, Edmund L.

3/12: Rust, Charles E.

3/13: Slaton, Frank W.

3/14: Suber, L.S.R.

3/15: Teague, Charles L.

3/16: Thomas, William G.

3/17: Wellage, George F.

3/18: Woolley, Richard P.

3/19: Wright, Benjamin F.

3/20: Yates, Horace C.

Brass Tree Markers: Abney - McFadden

1/47: Abney, Will H.

1/48: Anderson, Farris S.

1/49: Bevill, Walter G.

1/50: Bourland, William F.

1/51: Brailsford, Thomas R.

1/52: Brown, Vories P., Jr.

1/53: Bull, Richard P., Jr.

1/54: Carter, Joseph D.

1/55: Cox, Romeo W.

1/56: Craig, Samuel R.

1/57: Crocker, Norman G.

1/58: Crook, Edward B.

1/59: Curtis, Manson F.

1/56: Ellis, James G., Jr.

1/57: Findlater, James R.

1/58: Gardner, Benjamin H., Jr.

1/59: Goldbeck, Eric A.

1/60: Gorman, Edwin M.

1/61: Greer, James F.

1/62: Harrison, George L.

1/63: Hausser, Charles

1/64: Jones, Hamlet P.

1/65: Keeling, Walter S.

1/66: Loftus, Luke W.

1/67: Luhn, Graham D.

1/68: McFadden, Willford

1/69: McKimmey, John C.

1/70: Matthews, John L.

1/71: Mayers, Hadyn P.

1/72: Moore, John H.

1/73: Murphy, John B.

1/74: Nolte, Robert W.

1/75: Peters, Herbert N.

1/76: Peyton, Harry L.

1/78: Prime, Wendell F.

1/79: Regenbrecht, Ferdinand

1/80: Riesner, Edmund L.

1/81: Rust, Charles E.

1/82: Slaton, Frank W.

1/83: Teague, Charles L.

1/84: Thomas, William G.

1/85: Thompson, John P.

1/86: Wellage, George F.

1/87: Woolley, Richard P.

1/88: Wright, Benjamin F.

1/89: Yates, Horace C.

Correspondence and Library Guides

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

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

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

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

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

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

1/7: Library Lecture Announcements

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

1/8: Texas A&M University Library Guides

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

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

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

1/11: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/12: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/13: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/14: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/15: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/16: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/17: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/18: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

1/19: Texas A&M University Library Notes

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

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

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

1/22: Texas A&M University Libraries Reports

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

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

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

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

Sellers Civil War Letters

Camp Waitman, Arkansas.

Camp Weightman, Arkansas. January 15, 1862

Camp Organization, Arkansas. March 1, 1862

Camp Nall(?), Arkansas. March 31, 1862

Corinth, Mississippi. May 12, 1862

Camp near Saltillo, Mississippi. August 20, 1862

Baldwin, Mississippi. September 7, 1862

Washington, Arkansas. September 13, (1862)

Camilla, Georgia. October 20, 1862

Aunt Honeybunch to Jo Fred. TLS, 1 leaf, photocopy. April 20, 1953

Correspondence, Personal Writings, News Clippings, and Other Materials

1/1
Correspondence, undated
Ava to Cynthia. 1 leaf

1/2
Correspondence, 1978
Ina Joan Caro [Riverdale, NY] to Ava Johnson Cox. TLS, 1 leaf. October 19, 1978

"Corky Cox Introduced Lyndon Johnson During the 1938 Campaign" historical notes by Konrad Kelley, Jr. Typed, 1 leaf with copy. October 30, 1978

1/3
Correspondence, 1979 (5 letters)
Bob Calvert [Texas A&M University, College Station] to Ms. Cynthia H. Ott [Johnson City]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. June 26, 1979

Ava [Johnson City] to Cynthia Ott [College Station]. ALS, 3 leaves, with original envelope. Saturday, 11:30 AM, September 2, 1979

Ava to Cynthia Ott [College Station]. ALS, 2 leaves, with original envelope. Written Monday AM. September 13, 1979

Ava [Johnson City] to Cynthia. ALS, 1 leaf. September 22, 1979

Ava [Johnson City] to Cynthia. ALS, 1 leaf. [1979]

1/4
Correspondence, 1980 (9 letters)
Ava to Cynthia Ott [College Station]. ALS, 2 leaves, with original envelope. Written Wednesday AM, postmarked January 14, 1980

Ava to Cynthia Ott [Bryan]. ALS, 4 leaves, with original envelope. Written Wednesday AM, 8:45, postmarked February 7, 1980

Ava to Cynthia Ott [College Station]. ALS, 4 leaves, with original envelope. Written Friday 9:20 AM, postmarked February 8, 1980

Ava to Cynthia Ott [College Station]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. Written Tuesday AM 10:30, postmarked February 19, 1980
Ava to Mr. & Mrs. Gene Ott [College Station]. ALS, 2 leaves, with original envelope. postmarked April 11, 1980

Ava to Mr. & Mrs. Gene Ott [College Station]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. postmarked April 18, 1980

Ava to Cynthia Ott [College Station]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. postmarked May 27, 1980

Ava to Cynthia Ott. Empty envelope referenced in previous letter. 1980

Ava to Cynthia Ott [College Station]. ALS, 7 leaves, with original envelope. Written Sunday PM, PS written Monday evening, postmarked September 11, 1980

1/5
Correspondence, 1981 (2 letters)
Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth [Smithsonian Institution, Director, Office of Fellowship and Grants] to Cynthia Ott [Austin]. TLS, 1 leaf. April 16, 1981

Ralph Rinzler [Smithsonian Institution, Office of Folklore Programs] to Cynthia Ott [Austin]. TLS, 1 leaf. May 5, 1981

1/6
Correspondence, 1981 (5 letters)
Ava to Cynthia Ott [Austin]. ALS, 2 leaves, with original envelope. Written Thursday evening, postmarked March 6, 1981

Ava to Cynthia Ott [Austin]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. Written Thursday 7 AM, postmarked April 2, 1981

Ava [Johnson City] to Cynthia Ott [Austin, TX]. ALS, 2 leaves, with original envelope. Tuesday, April 7, 1981

Ava to Cynthia Ott [College Station, TX]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. postmarked May 2, 1981
Attached: newspaper clipping "Rufus Perry Endures Arrows"

Ava to Cynthia Ott [Austin]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. Saturday AM, 9:45, June 20, 1981

1/7
Correspondence, 1982 (3 letters)
Ava to Cynthia. ALS, 2 leaves, with original envelope. Written Tuesday, 8th, postmarked March 12, 1982.

Ava to Cynthia Higginbotham (Ott). ALS, 1 leaf. Monday, March 29, 1982

Ava to Cynthia Higginbotham (Ott) [College Station]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. April 16, 1982
Attached: legal document "Articles of Dissolution" for The Hill County School of Folk Arts, Inc.

1/8
Correspondence, 1983 (1 letter)
Lady Bird Johnson [Stonewall] to Ava. TLS, 1 leaf, with original envelope (enclosure referenced in next folder). May 24, 1983

1/9
Enclosure from Lady Bird Johnson Letter House and Garden magazine. Article on page 126 "Lady Bird Johnson's Hidden Family Farmhouse" by Marybeth Weston. January 1983

1/10
Correspondence, 1983 (1 letter)
Howard J., Sr., and Gene Waugh [Austin] to Ava [Johnson City]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. September 5, 1983

1/11
Correspondence, 1983 (1 letter)
Bonnie R. and George Carmack [San Antonio] to Ava. TLS, 1 leaf. Saturday, circa 1983

1/12
Correspondence, 1983 (3 letters)
Ava to Cynthia Pastermack [Las Cruces, NM]. ALS, 4 leaves, with original envelope. September 12, 1983

Ava to Cynthia Pastermack [Las Cruces, NM]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. September 26, 1983

Ava to Cynthia Pastermack [Las Cruces, NM]. ALS, 3 leaves, with original envelope (to be noted the envelope is postmarked August 29, 1983, however, the Sept. 29 letter belongs with the Aug. 29 envelope). September 29, 1983
Attached: newspaper clipping "Happy Day, LBJ."

1/13
Correspondence, 1984 (1 letter)
Ava to Cynthia Pastermack [Las Cruces, NM]. ALS, 2 leaves, with original envelope. January 23, 1984.

1/14
Correspondence, 1986 (1 letter)
Ava [Johnson City] to Cynthia Rose [Austin]. ALS, 1 leaf, with original envelope. November 4, 1986

1/15
Correspondence, 1989 (1 letter)
Ava to Cynthia. ALS, 3 leaves. August 30, 1989

1/16
Correspondence, 1992 (1 letter)
Melody Webb [United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service] to Cynthia Rose [Santa Fe, NM]. Re: a film documentary "Miss Ava." TLS, 1 leaf, with original envelope and one photocopy of letter. January 22, 1992

1/17
Manuscript
English 132, Lesson 3
"The Great Betrayal" by Ava Johnson Cox, re: political betrayals. 3 leaves handwritten with typed transcription.
January 13, 1948

1/18
Manuscript
English 132, Lesson XV
"Autobiography" by Ava Johnson Cox, re: her history, life during post-turn-of-the-century Texas. 14 leaves handwritten with typed transcription.
1948

1/19
Manuscript
English 132, Lesson XI
"Character Sketch" by Ava Johnson Cox, re: life during post-turn-of-the-century Texas. 3 leaves handwritten with typed transcription.
1948

1/20
Manuscript
English 132, Lesson XII
"Stealing" by Ava Johnson Cox, re: childhood pranks in post-turn-of-the-century Texas. 3 leaves handwritten with typed transcription.
1948

1/21
Manuscript
"Fun of Being Sick" by Ava Johnson Cox. 5 leaves handwritten with typed transcription.
1948

1/22
Manuscript
"My First Impression of Death" by Ava Johnson Cox. 3 leaves handwritten with typed transcription.
1948

1/23
Manuscript
"Indian Legend of the Texas Blue Bonnet" by Ava Johnson Cox. 6 leaves handwritten with typed transcription.

1/24
"Resource Paper in Geography" by Ava Johnson Cox
Pacific Northwest Summer Field Tour, July 18, to August 14, 1957, S.W.S.T.C., San Marcos, Texas. Includes maps, climate records, soil classifications, etc. Typed, 42 leaves.
January 20, 1957

1/25
Notebook #1
Handwritten notes in a steno pad by Ava. Contains recipes, folk sayings, etc. Typed transcription included.

1/26
Notebook #2.
Handwritten notes in a steno pad by Ava. Contains recipes, historical information on fabric dyes, planting by astrological signs, signs of winter, etc. Typed transcription included.

1/27
United States Civil Service Commission Certificate of Training awarded to Ava Johnson Cox (2x)
For the completion of Conversational Spanish by Correspondence. December 27, 1977
For the completion of Interpersonal Communications. January 4, 1978

1/28
Manuscripts
"Early Schools in Texas", "Forty Years Ago" (poem), "Ava & Ohlen at the Golden Gate 55 Wedding Anv." and other miscellaneous notes in a spiral notebook. Includes 13-page typed transcription.

1/29
Essay by Ava Johnson Cox delivered at Interpreters Seminars, LBJ NHS
"Early Schools of Texas" (8 pages typed), and "Ex-slaves founded Peyton Colony" (5 pages typed).
February 22, 1978

1/30
"Hitching Poles", interviews by Ava Johnson Cox and Cynthia Ott
re: hitching poles in Johnson City, Tx. Typed, 5 leaves, with handwritten editing.
December 10, 1978

1/31
"The Ozark Workshop, October 9-12, 1979, A Report by Park Interpreter Ava J. Cox." 2 copies, typed, 6 leaves.

1/32
Manuscripts, possibly for speeches
"The First Junction Schoolhouse" and "Johnson City High School", handwritten, 1 leaf, with typed transcription.

"Legal Description and Chain of Title, Second Junction School" and "Wm Peese, M.B Olfers, T.E. Keele, Joe Tanner, and Mrs. R. E. Duffaw (22) residents", handwritten, 2 leaves, with typed transcription.

"How the Permanent School Fund Came About", handwritten, 1 leaf, with typed transcription.

"A Penny Game", and "In 1835 the declaration of Independence for Texas was drawn up", handwritten, 2 leaves, with typed transcription.

1/33
Article on page 14, re: Ava Johnson Cox, "LBJ's Sister" The Courier, The National Park Service Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 6.
April 1979

1/34
Brief Teaching Resume of Ava Johnson Cox's teaching career. 1-page typed, 1-page handwritten, and 5 pages of handwritten notes on related people.

1/35
Poem, "Kindness During Life" by Ava Cox's mother. Handwritten, 1 leaf, with typed transcription.

1/36
Miscellaneous Notes, 3 pages.

1/37
Newspaper Clippings, John Jackson
"John Jackson commands respect" by Catherine Jones and Hattie Coffee
"Mr. Jack parked his wagon along with the horses" by Catherine Jones and Hattie Coffee

1/38
Newspaper Clipping
"The Texas mood and that existing in nation's capital" by Francis X. Clines, Houston Chronicle. (copy)
May 8, 1980

1/39
Newspaper Clippings
Talk of Texas by Jack Maguire, Austin-American Statesman, 1983
"Goose cooks up trouble for Grayson County"
"Sharp mind puts Eisenhower in Denison"
"Goats, sheep introduced by Spanish"

1/40
Newspaper Clipping
"National-State Parks Mark LBJ's 75th Anniversary", Fredericksburg Standard.
August 31, 1983

1/41
Newspaper Clippings
Vaughn Davis Bornet (author), Austin American-Statesman
"Kennedy causes taken up by Lyndon Johnson". November 25, 1983
"LBJ leap into Vietnam made without a look at options". November 26, 1983
"Johnson decides against seeking another term". November 27, 1983
"Johnson years time of change: Great social progress clouded by promises unfulfilled". 1983

Photographs, Historical Research, and Oral History Tape Transcripts

2/1
Photographs
5 black and white (B&W) images of husband Ohlen Cox, and son Corky Cox.

2/2
Photographs
7 B&W and color images of Ava

2/3
Photographs
4 B&W images of various family members including Ava's cousin Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ).

2/4
Photographs
3 B&W images of The Ranch.

2/5
Photographs and News Clipping
5 color images of quilts, yarn/thread making, and one newspaper clipping, "Handwork and needlework".

2/6
Slides
39 color 35mm slides of Ava at working, quilts, and other historical site imagery.

2/7
Notes and articles on Pioneer Women and Women on Cattle Trails
Article, "Two Austin Women and the Chisolm Trail", The Cattleman. 4 leaves, photocopies. November 1975

"Cattlemen's Wives on the Chisolm Trail, 1871 and After" by Konrad Kelley, Jr. Typed, 2 leaves, photocopies.

Article, "Women on the Frontier" by Peter S. Prescott, Newsweek (2 photocopies). March 16, 1981

"Pioneer Life of Women" by Konrad Kelley, Jr. Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy. July 2, 1979

"Pioneer Life of Young People" by Konrad Kelley, Jr. Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy. July 2, 1979

Various maps showing cattle trails, 7 pages photocopied from different books. "Historic Cattle Trails North from Texas", "Goodnight-Loving Trail, 1866-1886", "Chisolm Trail, 1867-1884", "Western Trail 1876", "Highways for the Herds", "Plains Cow Country: Sites, Trails and Quarantine Lines", and Kansas Cow Towns and the Texas Cattle Trade/

Excerpt from Chapter 14 of Great American Cattle Trails by Harry Sinclair Drago (1965). Re: Women on the Cattle Trails. 3 leaves, photocopied from book.

Excerpt from Conquering Our Great American Plains by Stuart Henry (1930). Re: Women on the Cattle Trails. 5 leaves, photocopied from book.

2/8
Notes and articles on Cattle Drives
Attached together (2x):
"Numbers of Cattle Driven to Market in the Great Trail Drives" excerpt from The Cattlemen (1958) and The Cowboys (1973). Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy.

"Cattle Trailed to Kansas and Other Points" excerpt from Cattle Trails of the Prairie. Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy.

Attached together (3x):
"Costs of Trailing a Herd to Market" excerpt from The Cattle Trailing Industry (1973). Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy.

Col. Ike T. Pryor's Cattle Trailing Costs by Konrad Kelley, Jr. Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy.

"The Cost of Moving a Herd to Northern Markets" by Col. Ike T. Pryor of San Antonio. Excerpt from The Trail Drivers of Texas. 1 leaf, photocopied from book.

2/9
Notes and articles on Tom Johnson Cattle Drives
"Cattle Drives from Blanco County, Johnson's and Others" excerpt from A History of Blanco County (1965). 3 leaves, photocopied from book.

"Record of Cattle Passing Caldwell, Kansas, Driven Over the Old Chisolm Trail, for the Year 1872" excerpt from The Texas Almanac 1873. Typed, 1 leaf, photocopy.

"Further Notes on the Size of the Johnson Cattle Drives" by Konrad Kelley, Jr., Park Technician-Oral History. Typed, 3 leaves, photocopies. June 16, 1977

"Johnson Cattle Drives 1870 to 1872" as Reported by Capt. and Hall. By Konrad Kelley, Jr. Typed, 2 leaves, photocopies.

"Killing and Capturing Buffalo in Texas" by I.A. Withers of Lockhart, Texas. Excerpt from The Trail Drivers of Texas. 1 leaf, photocopy from book.

"Is This Man Tom Johnson of Blanco and Gillespie Counties?" excerpt from The Trail Drivers of Texas (1963). Typed, 1 leaf, photocopied from book.

"Horace M. Hall's Letters from Gillespie County" excerpt from Southern Historical Quarterly. 6 leaves, photocopied from book.

2/10
Oral History Interview Transcription
Childhood in Johnson City, Tape #2 (23 pages typed)
March 1979

2/11
Oral History Interview Transcription
Visit with Cynthia Ott and Luke Savisky (Photographer). (34 pages typed)
June 17, 1981

2/12
Oral History Interview Transcription
Stubbs - Horse Race - Stream/Animals (32 pages typed)
September 5, 1981

2/13
Oral History Interview Transcription
Chapter 1, Childhood (59 pages typed)
September 6, 1981

2/14
Oral History Interview Transcription
Christmas with Ava (37 pages typed)
December 1982

2/15
Oral History Interview Transcription
Breakfast, Childhood Tape 1 (20 pages typed)
August 6, 1984

2/16
Oral History Interview Transcription
Childhood Tape 2 (40 pages typed)
August 6, 1984

2/17
Oral History Interview Transcription
Birth/Death, Childhood Tape 3 (41 pages typed)
August 6, 1984

2/18
Oral History Interview Transcription
Ava teaching reading to Colt Petri (23 pages typed)
August 8, 1984

2/19
Oral History Interview Transcription
Settlement Site (29 pages typed)
November 16, 1986

2/20
Oral History Interview Transcription
Side 1: Ranch - corner of Hays, Blanco, and Travis Counties - Calling Stock
Side 2: Ranch - Hammitt's crossing - Jew Peddler
(78 pages typed)

2/21
Manuscript, "Ava Johnson Cox", autobiographical history of Ava. Johnson City, Texas. Typed, 103 leaves. August 1988

Newspapers

3/1
"Village smithy lives under the spreading live oak" by Mike Cox, Austin-American Statesman. July 11, 1976

"The Legacy of Lyndon", supplement to Houston Chronicle. July 5, 1978

"LBJ Country, Texas' most appealing countryside visited", San Antonio Express-News, (2 copies). November 25, 1978

3/2
"The First One Hundred Years, A self-portrait of Johnson City", supplement to Ranchland Post-Dispatch Centennial Issue (2 copies with extra center page). 1979

"Past present in Ava", Ranchland Post-Dispatch, Johnson City, Texas. June 28, 1979

3/3
Ava Cox talking to children of Blanco County history on front page, The Record-Courier, Johnson City, Texas. November 5, 1981

"May 3 is Ava Johnson Cox and Kittie Clyde Ross Leonard Day", "Two Honored", Record-Courier. May 3, 1984

"Miracle at Medjugorje". July 1987

Cassette Tapes

T14
Tape #1
March 1979

T15
Tape #2 (transcription in folder 2/10)
March 1979

T16
Visit with Cynthia Ott and photographer Luke Savisky (transcription in folder 2/11)
June 27, 1981

T17
Stubbs - Horse Race - Stream/Animals (transcription in folder 2/12)
September 5, 1981

T18
Chapter 1, Childhood (transcription in folder 2/13)
September 6, 1981

T19
Christmas with Ava (transcription in folder 2/14)
December 1982

T20
Breakfast, Childhood Tape 1 (transcription in folder 2/15)
August 6, 1984

T21
Childhood Tape 2 (transcription in folder 2/16)
August 6, 1984

T22
Birth/Death, Childhood Tape 3 (transcription in folder 2/17)
August 6, 1984

T23
Ava teaching reading to Colt Petri (transcription in folder 2/18)
August 8, 1984

T24
Settlement Site (transcription in folder 2/19)
November 16, 1986

T25
Side 1: Ranch - corner of Hays, Blanco, and Travis Counties - Calling Stock
Side 2: Ranch - Hammitt's crossing - Jew Peddler
(transcription in folder 2/20)
undated

Ava Johnson Cox Collection

  • TxAM-CRS 1509
  • Collection
  • 1973-1992

This collection consists of various correspondence, photographs, short handwritten manuscripts, and oral history communications with transcripts describing Ava Johnson's life, and work as a women cattle ranger in Texas.

The collection was compiled by Cynthia Ott, who interviewed Ava Johnson Cox with the intent of publishing a history of early 20th-century life in what is known as the Hill Country of Texas (highlighting Blanco, Gillespie, and Hays counties).

Cox, Ava Johnson

Memorable Events at A&M

This series contains 48 folders in box 2 and 36 folders in box 3.

S7-2-52: Annual Beaux-Arts Ball, 1930

S7-2-53: Annual Beaux-Arts Ball, February 19, 1932

S7-2-54: Christmas Hop, December 29, 1916

S7-2-55: Christmas Hop, December 29, 1921

S7-2-56: Commencement Ball, Junee 26, 1878

S7-2-57: Commencement Ball, Junee 25, 1879

S7-2-58: Commencement Ball, Junee 22, 1881

S7-2-59: Commencement Ball, June 21, 1882

S7-2-60: Commencement Ball, June 27, 1883

S7-2-61: Commencement Ball, June 24, 1884

S7-2-62: Commencement Ball, [June 2, 1885]

S7-2-63: Commencement Ball, June 1, 1886

S7-2-64: Commencement Ball, June 6, 1888

S7-2-65: Commencement Ball, June 10, 1890

S7-2-66: Commencement Ball, June 13, 1899

S7-2-67: Commencement Ball, June 6-8, 1915

S7-2-68: Battalion: Cotton Pageant and Ball, February 24, 1956

S7-2-69: Battalion: Cotton Style Show and Pageant, April 24, 1953

S7-2-70: Cotton Ball, April 7, 1933

S7-2-71: Cotton Ball, April 6, 1934

S7-2-72: Cotton Ball, April 6, 1934

S7-2-73: Cotton Style Show and Pageant, April 18, 1947

S7-2-74: Cotton Style Show and Pageant, April 28, 1950

S7-2-75: Cotton Style Show and Pageant, May 4, 1951

S7-2-76: Cotton Style Show and Pageant, undated

S7-2-77: Final Ball, undated

S7-2-78: Final Ball, June 9, 1903

S7-2-79: Final Ball, 1905

S7-2-80: Final Ball, 1908

S7-2-81: Final Ball, June 8, 1915

S7-2-82: Final Ball, 1916

S7-2-83: Final Ball, 1917

S7-2-84: Final Ball, May 23, 1921

S7-2-85: Final Ball, June 5, 1922

S7-2-86: Final Ball, June 4, 1923

S7-2-87: Final Ball, 1924

S7-2-88: Final Ball, June 1, 1925

S7-2-89: Final Ball, May 31, 1926

S7-2-90: Final Ball, May 30, 1927

S7-2-91: Final Ball, June 4, 1928

S7-2-92: Final Ball, June 3, 1929

S7-2-93: Graduation Hop, June 6, 1893

S7-2-94: Graduation Hop, June 13, 1916

S7-2-95: Gridiron Dinner, January 28, 1922

S7-2-96: Queen's Ball, The, April 21, 1921

S7-2-97: Queen's Ball, The, April 19, 1923

S7-2-98: Queen's Ball, The, April 14, 1927

S7-2-99: Queen's Ball, The, April 17, 1930

S7-3-01: Ring Dance, May 7, 1937

S7-3-02: Ring Dance, May 10, 1940

S7-3-03: Ring Dance, May 9, 1941

S7-3: Ring Dance, May 14, 1942

S7-3-04: Ring Dance, May 17, 1947

S7-3-05: Ring Dance, May 14, 1949

S7-3-06: Ring Dance, May 21, 1966

S7-3-07: Ring Dance, [May 16, 1970]

S7-3-08: Ring Dance, May 1, 1971

S7-3-09: Ring Dance, April 28, 1973

S7-3-10: Ring Dance, April 13, 1983

S7-3-11: Ring Dance, Jun 24, 1992

S7-3-12: Thanksgiving Hop, 1897

S7-3-13: Thanksgiving Hop, November 25, 1898

S7-3-14: Thanksgiving Hop, December 1, 1899

S7-3-15: Thanksgiving Hop, November 30, 1900

S7-3-16: Thanksgiving Hop, November 29, 1901

S7-3-17: Thanksgiving Hop, November 28, 1902

S7-3-18: Thanksgiving Hop, November 27, 1903

S7-3-19: Thanksgiving Hop, November 25, 1904

S7-3-20: Thanksgiving Hop, December 1, 1905

S7-3-21: Thanksgiving Hop, November 30, 1906

S7-3-22: Thanksgiving Hop, November 29, 1907

S7-3-23: Thanksgiving Hop, November 27, 1908

S7-3-24: Thanksgiving Hop, November 26, 1909

S7-3-25: Thanksgiving Hop, June 14, 1910

S7-3-26: Thanksgiving Hop, November 30, 1911

S7-3-27: Thanksgiving Hop, November 29, 1912

S7-3-28: Thanksgiving Hop, November 25, 1913

S7-3-29: Thanksgiving Hop, November 28, 1913

S7-3-30: Thanksgiving Hop, November 27, 1914

S7-3-31: Thanksgiving Hop, November 26, 1915

S7-3-32: Thanksgiving Hop, 1916

S7-3-33: Thanksgiving Hop, November 30, 1917

S7-3-34: Thanksgiving Hop, November 28, 1919

S7-3-35: Thanksgiving Hop, November 26, 1920

S7-3-36: Thanksgiving Hop, November 26, 1926

Corps of Cadets Events at A&M

This series contains 82 folders in box 1.

S2-1-020: 1st Regimental Ball, April 2, 1948

S2-1-021: 2nd Regimental Ball, August 25, [?]

S2-1-022: Air Force, Band, Band Composite Ball, November 12, 1948

S2-1-023: Air Force Ball, December 5, 1964

S2-1-024: Air Force Ball, December 3, 1966

S2-1-025: Air Force Ball, March 30, 1968

S2-1-026: Air Force Ball, April 19, 1969

S2-1-027: Air Force Ball, March 5, 1971

S2-1-028: Air Force Ball, March 3, 1972

S2-1-029: Artillery Banquet, May 26, 1934

S2-1-030: Artillery Ball, March 8, 1940

S2-1-031: Artillery Ball, March 6, 1942

S2-1-032: Band Dance, February 22, 1964

S2-1-033: Band Dance, 1966

S2-1-034: Band Dance, March 11, 1967

S2-1-035: Band Dance, February 10, 1968

S2-1-036: Band Dance, February 21, 1970

S2-1-037: Band Dance, February 13, 1971

S2-1-038: Band Dance, February 9, 1974

S2-1-039: Band Dance, February 14, 1975

S2-1-040: Band Dance, February 19, 1977

S2-1-041: Band Dance, February 19, 1977

S2-1-042: Boot Dance, [1985]

S2-1-043: Boot Dance, May 12, 1990

S2-1-044: Cadet Hop, April 20, 1898

S2-1-045: Combat Ball, March 8, 1963

S2-1-046: Combat Ball, 1971

S2-1-047: Combat Ball, 1972

S2-1-048: Combat Ball, 1975

S2-1-049: Composite Ball, November 20, 1942

S2-1-050: Composite Ball, March 28, 1947

S2-1-051: Corps Dance, April 20, 1899

S2-1-052: Corps Dance, June 12, 1900

S2-1-053: Corps Dance, January 14, 1914

S2-1-054: Corps Dance, February 21, 1917

S2-1-055: Corps Dance, Spring 1917

S2-1-056: Corps Dance, November 18, 1922

S2-1-057: E.E. Dance, 1928

S2-1-058: Farewell Dance, undated

S2-1-059: Farewell Dance, June 8, [?]

S2-1-060: Fish Banquet, May 16, 1924

S2-1-061: Fish Banquet, May 1928

S2-1-062: Fish Banquet, May 3, 1929

S2-1-063: Fish Banquet, May 16, 1930

S2-1-064: Fish Banquet, May 1931

S2-1-065: Fish Banquet- Battery E, May 16, 1931

S2-1-066: Fish Banquet- Company D, May 13, 1931

S2-1-067: Fish Banquet- Troop B, May 8, 1931

S2-1-068: Fish Banquet, May 16, 1933

S2-1-069: Grand Finale, 1924

S2-1-070: Infantry Ball, October 30, 1942

S2-1-071: Infantry Ball, March 8, 1946

S2-1-072: Military Ball, undated

S2-1-073: Military Ball, March 7, 1964

S2-1-074: Military Ball, March 6, 1965

S2-1-075: Military Ball, March 4, 1972

S2-1-076: Military Banquet, February 28, 1987

S2-1-077: Military Banquet, February 27, 1988

S2-1-078: Military Day Luncheon, March 6, 1965

S2-1-079: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, undated

S2-1-080: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 28, 1899

S2-1-081: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 26-27, 1906

S2-1-082: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 19, 1912

S2-1-083: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 16, 1914

S2-1-084: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, 1915

S2-1-085: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 14, 1916

S2-1-086: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 20, 1917

S2-1-087: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 23, 1920

S2-1-088: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 22, 1921

S2-1-089: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 21, 1922

S2-1-090: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 20, 1923

S2-1-091: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 18, 1924

S2-1-092: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 15, 1927

S2-1-093: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 18, 1930

S2-1-: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 21-23, 1938

S2-1-: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 4-5 1942

S2-1-094: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, May 15, 1948

S2-1-095: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 16, 1966

S2-1-096: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 8, 1967

S2-1-097: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 12, 1969

S2-1-098: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 11, 1970

S2-1-099: Ross Volunteers Annual Dance, April 3, 1971

S2-1-100: Thanksgiving Corps Dance, November 27, [?]

S2-1-101: Thanksgiving Corps Dance, December 2, 1922

Club Dances, Hops, and Balls at A&M

This series contains 19 folders in box 1.

S1-1-001: B.B.D.C Club, September 14, 1917

S1-1- Bell County A&M Ex-Student Club Reception and Banquet, December 27, 1923

S1-1-002: Boy's Dance, July 22, 1914

S1-1-003: Cattleman's Ball, May 5, 1933

S1-1-004: Foster Guards Annual Hop, April 20, 1901

S1-1-005: Foster Guards Annual Hop, April 18, 1902

S1-1-006: Galveston Club, December 27, 1921

S1-1-007: Hillel Club Annual Fall Ball, November 21 [?]

S1-1-008: Houston Rifles Annual Hop, April 24, 1903

S1-1-009: Houston Rifles Annual Hop, April 8, 1904

S1-1-010: Houston Rifles Annual Hop, April 28, 1905

S1-1-011: Mechanical Engineering Society, [1920's]

S1-1-012: Order of the Elks- New Year's Dance, January 1, 1917

S1-1-013: Order of the Elks- Flag Dance, June 14, 1917

S1-1-014: Red Cross- New Year's Dance, January 1, 1918

S1-1-015: Red Cross- Victory Ball, January 1, 1919

S1-1-016: "T" Club, undated

S1-1-017: "T" Club, 1923

S1-1-018: "T" Club, March 4, 1927

S1-1-019: "T" Club, March 8, 1929

Scrapbook and Loose Materials

1/1
Scrapbook (FRAGILE - enclosed in custom housing, contains loose and brittle pages)

1/2
List from between pages 8 and 9. 1-page (copy inserted in the scrapbook)

1/3
Materials from between pages 66 and 71 (pages 67-70 are cut out). Five items: a handwritten list (1 page), unfolded name card of Miss Ann Cade, a blank envelope to an unfolded card, folded name card of Miss Ann Cade with a blank envelope, and the newspaper clipping "Dale Carnegie".

1/4
Typed letter to "Loved Ones" from unknown. Bryan, Texas. October 20, 1946

1/5
Typed letter to Don Dyal from Bill Page about the scrapbook. undated

Baldwin Scrapbook

  • TxAM-CRS 1113
  • Collection
  • 1930-1946

This collection contains a scrapbook that was made using the book "Teacher's Method and Results Book, Used with Progressive Business Accounting" prepared by L. E. Goodyear (1910), and inscribed on the book's front and back cover is "SCRAP BOOK - Baldwin". Within the book are many clippings from the 1930s related to business, religion, and Baldwin's Business College (Yoakum, TX) among other topics.

Many of the articles pasted within the book are written by Howard Baldwin of Yoakum leading one to believe the scrapbook could have been created by Howard Baldwin himself, however loose documents found within and accompanying the book suggest otherwise. Two short handwritten lists found between the pages note making hair appointments and a "dress altered" and found with the second list are two name cards for "Miss Ann Cade".

Other materials sewed or pasted into the book include recipes, Rural Pastor Conference schedule at Texas A&M (page 61), "Glenn Frank's Ideas" columns, and USDA Leaflet #68, "Roadside Markets" from October 1930.

A one-page letter dated Bryan, Texas, October 20, 1946, is also included in this collection, although it is uncertain whether the typed letter is of any relation or has been misplaced from another collection. It is addressed to "Dear Loved Ones" and there is no signature. We can assume the writer of the letter is a woman by the multiple mentions and use of "Daddy", and with the paragraph about Martha making reservations at the Baker Hotel in Dallas for a convention and wanting the writer to stay with her. There are many names mentioned in the letter that one could possibly narrow down the author.

Mariposa Ranch Collection

  • TxAM-CRS C000029
  • Collection
  • 1890-1962

This collection chronicles the day-to-day history of the Mariposa Ranch of Coahuila, Mexico which was owned by Australian brothers and managed by several generations of family friends originally from New Zealand.

The collection spans the years 1880-1955 and consists of three basic parts, personal correspondence, business correspondence, and miscellaneous business papers. Included are letters, diaries, minutes, proceedings, printed material, financial documents, legal documents, photographic and audio material, maps, charts, graphs, and lists that chronicle the history of La Hacienda de la Mariposa and document the hard work and political savvy of the McKellars as they tried to balance the economic and business necessities of running a ranch, with the political realities of the Mexican Revolution and land reform.

Mariposa Hacienda

Affleck Family Texas History Collection

  • TxAM-CRS 1268
  • Collection

This collection contains the genealogical history of the Affleck family, compiled by Thomas Dunbar Affleck (son of I.D. and Mary Hunt Affleck). Four members of the Affleck family are highlighted in detail.

Beginning with Thomas Affleck, covering 1824 to approximately 1872 and consists of typed copies of his personal and business correspondence, horticultural information, photographs, recipes, information on his plantation Glenblythe, articles, and various published materials such as Southern Rural Almanac.

Next is his son, Isaac Dunbar (I.D.) Affleck, a Civil War veteran who served. with Terry's Texas Rangers. This set contains the original letters sent to his parents while serving in the War, photos, and bits and pieces of information collected regarding Texas History [these are in poor -condition].

Mary Hunt Affleck's (married to Isaac) collection consists of many poems, keepsakes, and memorabilia regarding her tenure as Poet Laureate of Texas and member of the Daughters of the Confederacy.

Included is a short, but important collection of Anna Marie Affleck, daughter to I.D. and Mary Hunt Affleck. At the age of 12 [circa 1898] Anna Marie made a pressed-flower book that catalogs 203 different flowers from Washington County.

The last section of this collection is comprised of short histories of various other family members (notably, Jane Long); there is also historical information of United States history regarding pre-Civil War, the Civil War, and post-Civil War; and two handwritten manuscripts by Thomas D. Affleck regarding Jack Hays and the Hays' Texas Rangers.

Isaac Dunbar Affleck

A22-10
Funeral Notice for I.D. Affleck, dated April 19, 1919. Printed, 1 leaf. (2 copies). Attached:

A22-10
Newspaper clipping from Houston Post. April 21, 1919. Obituary for I.D. Affleck.

A22-10
Certificate of Death for I.D. Affleck, dated April 18, 1919. Official copy of document, 1 leaf.

A22-10
Brief biography of I.D. Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf.

A22-10
"References to I.D. Affleck to be found in The Natural History of the Agricultural Ant of Texas. Typed, 6 leaves.

A22-10
Affleck, T.D. to J. Evetts Haley. February 15, 1933. TLS, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A22-10
Affleck, T.D. to J. Frank Dobie. April 23, 1943. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A22-10
Poem Galveston written for Florence Robey Affleck by her grandfather, I.D. Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf. There is a handwritten note stating this was dictated in 1918, after I.D. had lost his eyesight.

A22-10
Newspaper clipping of poem Hymn of the Alamo.

A22-10
Small note pad with various handwritten notes.

A22-20
One leaf from I.D. Affleck's manuscript regarding Jack Hayes. Handwritten.

A22-20
Newspaper clipping "Jack Hayes, Famous as Ranger, Visits Commerce Street."

A22-20
Newspaper clipping of poem The Texas Ranger, written by a Terry Ranger (probably I.D. Affleck).

A22-20
Newspaper clipping "Voice of the People," by W.K. Baylor.

A22-20
Envelope labeled Frontier Sketches containing newspaper clippings (2x):
"Frontier Sketches, Fight near Laredo", 3 copies, one is incomplete.
"Frontier Sketches, Battle of Bandera Pass"

A22-20
Envelope containing various newspaper clippings regarding Jack Hays (4x).
"Chapter IV, Hay's Indian fight on the dry Saco..."
"Jack Hays, The Famous Texas Ranger" by Edgar Rivera.
"The Classification of Courtesy Titles"
Several have no titles

A22-20
Envelope, postmarked April 5, 1910, addressed to Mr. Jas.T. De Shields. Handwritten note: Jack Hays U.S. Copyright Correspondence. Contains: Certificate from The Library of Congress, Copyright Office, Washington, stating James T. De Shields of Belton, Tx has written a book with the title Jack Hays, The life and Adventures of Col. John C. Hays. March 28, 1887.

A22-30
Handwritten notes regarding Jack Hays being nominated Sheriff in 1850. 1 leaf.

A22-30
Handwritten notes listing the men under Hays command. 1 leaf.

A22-30
Handwritten notes regarding "The Battle of Pedernales, Col. Jack Hays Famous Indian Fight in 1844." 1 leaf.

A22-30
Handwritten notes for the manuscript about Jack Hays by I.D. Affleck. These notes are divided into bundles with paper clips: 17 leaves; 11 leaves; 22 leaves; 11 leaves; 27 leaves; 10 leaves; and 14 leaves.

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Jack Hayes, Famous As Ranger, Visits Commerce Street."

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Voice of the People" by W.K. Baylor. 3 copies.

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Jack Hays, The Famous Texian Ranger, The Battle for Pedernales" by Edgar Rivera.

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Jack Hays, The Famous Texian Ranger, Hays' Fight Near Laredo" by Edgar Rivera.

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Jack Hays, The Famous Texian Ranger" by Edgar Rivera.

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Captain of Rangers."

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Jack Hays, The Famous Texian Ranger, Hays As A Surveyor" by Edgar Rivera.

A22-40
Newspaper clipping "Jack Hays. Texas and the Texans."

A22-40
Photostats of newspaper clipping "Hays' Career In The Mexican War."

A22-40
Four leaves torn from The Confederate Veteran.
Poem "The Price of Peace."
Story "Texas Rangers in the Mexican War."
Poem "The Phantom Alabama."
Story "The Funny Side of the Fight."

A22-40
Love, Franklin D. [Attorney] to James T. De Shields. May 14, 1906. TL, 1 postcard.

A22-40
Translation of an extract from "Texas mit besonderer Rucksicht auf deutache Auswanderung und die physischen Veraltnisse des Landes nach eigener Beobachtung geschildert von Dr. Ferdinand Roemer" Bonn 1849. Typed, 2 leaves.

A22-50
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck regarding Jack Hays.

A22-50
Notes, a total of 30 leaves, handwritten.

A22-50
Chapter 1. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing, 10 leaves.

A22-50
Chapter 2. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing, 8 leaves.

A22-50
Chapter 3. Typed with handwritten editing, 8 leaves.

A22-50
Chapter 4. Typed with handwritten editing, 9 leaves.

A22-50
Chapter 5. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 6. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 7. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 9 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 8. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 9 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 9. Typed with handwritten editing, 7 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 10. Typed with handwritten editing, 7 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 11. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 12. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 20 leaves.

A22-60
Chapter 13. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 6 leaves.

A22-70
Chapter 13 (revised). Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 11 leaves.

A22-70
Chapter 14. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing and notes, 50 leaves.

A22-70
Additional pages for Chapter 14. Handwritten, 4 leaves.

A22-70
Chapter 17. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-70
Chapter 18. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-70
Chapter 19. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 10 leaves.

A22-70
Chapter 20. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 21. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing and notes, 10 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 22. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 6 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 23. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 24. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 6 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 25. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 26. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 27. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 28. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-80
Chapter 29. Handwritten, 12 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 30. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 31. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 32. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 33. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 34. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 10 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 35. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 10 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 36. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 37. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 10 leaves.

A22-90
Chapter 38. Handwritten, 10 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 39. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing and notes, 11 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 40. Handwritten, 10 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 41. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing and notes, 11 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 42. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 43. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 44. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 45. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 46. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing and notes, 9 leaves.

A22-100
Chapter 47. Handwritten and typed with handwritten editing and notes, 10 leaves.

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Chapter 48. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

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Chapter 49. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 10 leaves.

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Chapter 50. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 50 leaves.

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Chapter 51. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 6 leaves.

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Chapter 52. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 9 leaves.

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Chapter 53. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

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Chapter 54. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 6 leaves.

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Chapter 55. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 9 leaves.

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Chapter 56. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 9 leaves.

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Chapter 57. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 9 leaves.

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Chapter 58. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 6 leaves.

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Chapter 59. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

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Chapter 60. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

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Chapter 61. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 7 leaves.

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Chapter 62. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

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Chapter 63. Handwritten, 12 leaves.

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Chapter 64. Typed with handwritten editing and notes, 8 leaves.

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Manuscript regarding Indian History by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 67 leaves.

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Various manuscripts portions and notes by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 82 leaves.

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Manuscript of "A Memory of the San Antonio River." Typed, 5 leaves, with handwritten corrections.

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Manuscript portions regarding the Alamo. Typed, 13 leaves, with handwritten corrections.

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Photograph of I.D. Affleck as a young man. 8 x 10 matted in black.

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Sketchbook belonging to I.D. Affleck.

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Photograph of "Glenblythe" circa 1910. 5 x7, black and white.

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Envelope containing the original letters that I.D. Affleck wrote to his parents while serving in Terry's Texas Rangers unit during the Civil War.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. April 6, 1862, Niblett's Bluff. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. April 22, 1862, Camp near Corinth. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. April 29, 1862, near Rienza, Miss. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. May 26, 1862, camp near Courtland(?). Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. June 11, 1862, Camp near Chattanooga. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. June 29, 1862, near Chattanooga. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. January 1, 1863, Camp near Murfreesboro. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. December 15, 1863(?), Seven miles south of Travis. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. December 24, 1863, Col. Henderson's plan(ation). Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. December 30, 1863, Headquarters, Bryan's plant(ation). Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. May 14, 1864, near Montgomery, Tx. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. June 25, 1864, In camp 7 miles from Alexandria. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. July 1, 1864, In camp 7 miles from Alexandria. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. July 12, 1864, In camp near Alexandria. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. September 11, 1864, In camp near __. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. September 18, 1864, In camp 20 miles from Monticello, Ark. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. September 21, 1864, In camp 20 miles from Monticello. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. October 18, 1864, In camp near Washington, Miss. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. October 28, 1864, In camp near Washington, Miss. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. November 14, 1864, Murfreesboro, Arkansas. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. January 31, 1865, Nacogdoches, Tx. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. February 5, 1865, Camp Terry's Scouts, Mt. Zion. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. February 16, 1865, Camp Terry's Scouts, Mt. Zion. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Affleck, I.D. [During Civil War] to his parents. February 20, 1865, Camp Terry's Scouts, Mt. Zion. Handwritten in pencil on small notepad paper.

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Original Civil War Letters most are written by I.D. Affleck to his parents, some are from his parents to I.D. Affleck.

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. (date is torn off) 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio].

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. May 21, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio].

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. July 13, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. July 18, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. July 20, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. July 30, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [3 folios]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. August 10, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. September 10, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio + 1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. September 23, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. September 26, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. October 2, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. October 23, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. October 30, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. November 2, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. November 15, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. December 6, 1864, Glenblythe. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. November 1, 1862, Camp near Kingston. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. February 2, 1863, Houston. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. February 4, 1863, Houston. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. February 9, 1863, Houston. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. February 10, 1863, Camp near Fayetteville, Tenn. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. March 5, 1863, Camp near Fairfield. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. March 6, 1863. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. March 25, 1863, Unionville, Tenn. Handwritten in ink. [2 folios]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. May 12, 1863, Sparta, Tenn. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. January 7, 1864, Houston. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. January 30, 1864, Hawkins' plantation. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. February 9, 1864, Houston. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. June 1864, In Camp near Alexandria. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. July 24, 1864, Headquarters, Wharton's Cav Corps. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. August 3, 1864, Chambers' place. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. August 27, 1864, Mr. Hooper's plantation. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. September 5, 1864, Monore, La. Handwritten in ink. [1 folio]

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Civil War letter between I.D. Affleck and his parents. December 3, 1864, Camp near Camden, Rusk Co.Tx. Handwritten in ink. [1 leaf]

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Included: Stabbard, R.B. to Brig. General Waterhouse. October 13, 1864. Re: death sentence of Capt. Jno. Guyn___. ALS, 1 leaf, with notes by T.D. Affleck.

A21-60
Fox, Eliza W. [Washington, Miss] to "Dear Cousin Anna." May 7, 1861. ALS, 2 leaves.

A21-70
Baby's Story Book published 1886. Probably belonging to Anna Marie Affleck.

A21-80
The Cattleman magazine, Vol. XXIX, No. 4. September 1942. Article highlighted, page 35 "A Religious Horse! Written Many Years Ago by the Late J.D. Affleck of Brenham, Texas." 2 copies.

Isaac Dunbar Affleck

A20-10
Manuscript of Landmarks in Texas History: History of the Missions by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 405 leaves.

A20-10
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.

A20-20
Unused postcard showing "The Fall of the Alamo."

A20-20
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.

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

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Printed pamphlet Historical Data of San Antonio.

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

Isaac Dunbar Affleck

A19-10
Newspaper clipping dated March 2, 1974, "History unit picks Wooster."

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Affleck, I.D. to Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Affleck. December 31, 1911. ALS, 1 postcard.

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Newspaper clipping dated August 23, 1963, "Historical Book Out in E. Texas."

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Newspaper clipping dated June 18, 1963, "T.D. Affleck Gives Library Civil War Letter Collection."

A19-10
Photograph (possibly of I.D. Affleck). 5 x 7, black and white.

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Photograph of Glenblythe, circa 1910. 3 x 2, black and white.

A19-10
Advertising flier for The Farmer's Record and Account Book by I.D. Affleck. 1883. 1 printed leaf. 6 copies.

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Advertising flier in letter form for The Farm Record and Account Book. Printed, 13 leaves.

A19-10
Newspaper clipping "Texas Lawmen, Capt. John Coffee Hays, Ranger."

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Receipt for burial casket for I.D. Affleck. April 19, 1919. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

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Receipt for funeral expenses for I.D. Affleck from Ernest Herman, Funeral Director. April 19, 1919. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

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Receipt for $5 paid by I.D. Affleck to The First National Bank. April 26, 1912. 1 leaf.

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Webb, W.P. [History Dept., Univ. of Texas] to Mr. J. Evetts Haley. May 24, 1933. TLS, 1 leaf.

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Wooster, Ralph A. [Lamar Univ.] to Tom Affleck. January 9, 1974. TLS, 1 leaf.

A19-20
Manuscript of Glenblythe, The Story of an Old Southern Home by Mary Hunt Affleck. Typed, 9 leaves.

A19-20
Proposed speech on I.D. Affleck, by Ralph Wooster. "Isaac Dunbar Affleck: Texas Soldier, Scientist, and Man of Letters." 14 leaves, photocopies of typewritten pages, with handwritten corrections and notes.

A19-30
Texas Military History, Vol. 2, No. 4. November 1962. Highlighted article "A Texas War Clerk: Civil War Letters of Isaac Dunbar Affleck" by Robert W. Williams, Jr. and Ralph Wooster. 2 copies.

A19-30
Southwestern Historical Quarterly. Article highlighted "Rarin' for a Fight: Texans in the Confederate Army." Items inside:
Wooster, Ralph [Dean of Faculties, Lamar Univ.] to Tom. June 18, 1981. TLS, 1 leaf.
Wooster, Ralph [Dean of Faculties, Lamar Univ.] to Thomas D. Affleck, Jr. June 22, 1981. TLS, 1 leaf.
East Texas Historical Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1. July 1963.

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Affleck, I.D. [Chairman, Gay Hill Grange Lodge, No. 226.] undated. Handwritten, 12 leaves.

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Constitution and Laws of the Gay Hill Cooperation Society. Handwritten, 9 leaves.

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Manuscript regarding the Gay Hill Cooperation Society, written by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 5 leaves.

A19-40
"Constitution and Laws of the Gay Hill Cooperative Society." Written by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 2 leaves. 2 copies.

A19-50
Cushing, E.H. [Bookseller and Stationer, Houston] to I.D. Affleck. June 10, 1878. ALS, 3 leaves.

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Cushing, E.H. [Bookseller and Stationer, Houston] to I.D. Affleck. June 28, 1878. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Cushing, E.H. [Bookseller and Stationer, Houston] to I.D. Affleck. July 16, 1878. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Ashbrook, Benj. [Sole Agent for The Farmers' Record and Account Book, Cincinnati] to I.D. Affleck. September 11, 1883. ALS, 2 leaves.

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Ashbrook, Benj. [Sole Agent for The Farmers' Record and Account Book, Cincinnati] to I.D. Affleck. November 6, 1883. ALS, 2 leaves.

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Ashbrook, Benj. [Sole Agent for The Farmers' Record and Account Book, Cincinnati] to I.D. Affleck. December 7, 1883. ALS, 2 leaves.

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Fairbanks, Palmer & Co. [Publishers and Booksellers, New York] to I.D. Affleck. November 6, 1882. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Fairbanks, Palmer & Co. [Publishers and Booksellers, New York] to I.D. Affleck. November 12, 1883. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Fairbanks, Palmer & Co. [Publishers and Booksellers, New York] to I.D. Affleck. August 26, 1884. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Fairbanks, Palmer & Co. [Publishers and Booksellers, New York] to I.D. Affleck. September 24, 1884. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Fairbanks, Palmer & Co. [Publishers and Booksellers, New York] to I.D. Affleck. October 4, 1884. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Fairbanks, Palmer & Co. [Publishers and Booksellers, New York] to I.D. Affleck. August 20, 1885. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Affleck, I.D. [Gay Hill Grange No. 225] to S.W. Wilson [State Grange]. April 17, 1883. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Account Statement for I.D. Affleck with Fairbanks, Palmer and Co. March 1, 1885. Handwritten, 2 leaves.

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Freight Statement for I.D. Affleck with Fairbanks, Palmer and Co. March 22, 1885. Handwritte, 2 leaves.

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Freight receipt from Houston & Texas Central Railway Co. March 4, 1883. Handwritten, 2 leaves.

A19-50
Handwritten notes regarding the Gay Hill Grange Society. 3 leaves, with two envelopes.

A19-50
Newspaper clipping "Thanatopsis."

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Newspaper clipping "The power of prayer..."

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Newspaper clipping "Some people prefer to read books..."

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Newspaper clipping "Going to the Circus."

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Newspaper clipping "Laughter."

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Newspaper clipping "Change."

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Newspaper clipping "Crucify Him! Crucify Him!."

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Newspaper clipping "... From Don Quixote."

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Newspaper clipping "A Woman's Grievance."

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Newspaper clipping "From Gay Hill: Reorganization of the Grange."

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Notes regarding Education by I.D. Affleck. Handwritte, 1 leaf.

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Notes regarding Sunday Reading by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A19-50
Notes regarding Salutary for "Gay Hill Mirror" by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 2 leaves.

A19-50
Manuscript excerpt. Typed, 1 leaf, with handwritten corrections.

A19-60
Newspaper clipping "John W. Smith, A Texas Patriot." Attached: Newspaper clipping "Smith and The Alamo," a printed letter to the editor dated December 12, 1906.

A19-60
Dobie, J. Frank [Univ. of Texas] to T.D. Affleck. November 22, 1939. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached (2x):
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to J. Frank Dobie [Austin]. November 20, 1939. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Newspaper clipping from Houston Post. November 19, 1939. "My Texas" by J. Frank Dobie.

A19-60
Reprint from Civil War History, Vol. IX, No. III, September 1963. "With Terry's Texas Rangers: The Letters of Dunbar Affleck." Edited by Robert W. Williams, Jr. and Ralph A. Wooster.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "Rotation In Office," by I.D. Affleck.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "A Countryman's Contrast, Of Country and City Life in This Section," by I.D. Affleck.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "As to the Re Election of Sheriffs."

A19-70
Newspaper clipping dated 1901, "Galveston, Its Importance to the State. What Its Future Must Be as the State Grows," by I.D. Affleck.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping of poem "Drifting" by I.D. Affleck. 5 copies.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "The Philippine Islands," by I.D. Affleck.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "The Brook's Teachings," by I.D. Affleck. February 1, no year. 2 copies.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping from The Brenham Evening Press, "Only A Book Mark."

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "Weather and Crop Report" by I.D. Affleck. June 28, 1900.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "A Hunting Story" by I.D. Affleck.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "A Farmers Views" by I.D. Affleck. May 21, 1901.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "Gold and Silver Question in Biblical History" by I.D. Affleck.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "Mortuary Statistics" by I.D. Affleck.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping regarding display of chessmen carved by I.D. Affleck with a pocket knife.

A19-70
Newspaper clipping "A Gold Expedition, Recalled by Horrors of the Klondike."

A19-80
Dry Goods Account Book. Inside (9x):
Memoranda pad with handwritten notes regarding the acreage of land purchased or seized in creating the United States.
List of names, handwritten by I.D. Affleck. 9 leaves.
Notes regarding Calvin Stephen Smith. 1 leaf, handwritten by I.D. Affleck.
Notes regarding Forts in Texas. 1 leaf, handwritten by I.D. Affleck.
Lists of men killed in gun and pistol fights in the early 1800s. 4 leaves, handwritten.
Heyck & Bros. [Indianola, Tx.] to Mr. Henry Wag___. September 3, 1874. 1 postcard, ALS. (1/3 of the card was torn off).
Account Statement for Mrs. Mary Deats. October 19, 1895. 1 leaf, handwritten.
Notes on various subjects. 6 leaves, handwritten.
Essay by I.D. Affleck, "A Dangerous Invention." 1 leaf, handwritten.

A19-80
Photograph of a ladies' fan. 3 x 5, black and white.

A19-80
Affleck, I.D. [Austin] to "My dear daughter." February 14, 1911. ALS, 2 leaves.

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Affleck, I.D. [San Antonio] to "My dear son." March 20, 1909. ALS, 1 leaf.

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Handwritten verse, 1 leaf.

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Affleck, I.D. [Welcour, Tx.] to "My dear daughter." April 3, 1911. ALS, 2 leaves.

A19-80
Clark, Deemer & Co. [New York] to I.D. Affleck. November 10, 1896. TLS, 1 leaf.

A19-80
Henderson, T.A. [Natchez] to Thomas Affleck. May 19, 1860. ALS, 1 leaf.

A19-80
One envelope, with handwritten notes.

A19-80
One envelope to Mrs. T.D. Affleck [Coleman, Tx.] from I.D. Affleck. April 5, 1911.

A19-80
One envelope to Capt. I. Dunbar Affleck [Houston]. April 1, 1909.

A19-90
Various manuscripts regarding Texas History by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 304 leaves.

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.

A18-70
Garrison, George P. [Madison, Wisconsin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. July 24, 1904. ALS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. December 22, 1904. ALS, 2 leaves.

A18-70
Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. May 9, 1905. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. March 14, 1905. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. October 21, 1904. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Garrison, George P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to I.D. Affleck [Brenham]. May 9, 1904. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Webb, W.P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck [Brenham]. March 4, 1921. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Webb, W.P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck [Brenham]. April 11, 1921. TLS, 1 leaf.

A18-70
Webb, W.P. [Univ. of Texas, Austin] to Mrs. Mary Hunt Affleck [Brenham]. March 14, 1920. ALS, 2 leaves.

A18-80
Neale, Walter [Neale Publishing, New York] to I.D. Affleck [Austin]. June 28, 1910. TLS, 2 leaves.

A18-80
Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. July 3, 1910. TLS, 4 leaves.

A18-80
Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. September 12, 1909. TLS, 2 leaves.

A18-80
Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. September 21, 1909. TLS, 2 leaves.

A18-80
Affleck, I.D. [Boerne, Tx.] to Walter Neale [New York]. November 12, 1909. TLs, 2 leaves.

A18-80
Manuscript of verse Our Dead by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 1 leaf.

A18-80
Manuscript of verse The origin to the Star as an Emblem by I.D. Affleck. Typed, 1 leaf.

A18-80
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.

A18-80
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.

A18-90
Manuscript of story A Gold Hunting Expedition in Arizona by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 12 leaves.

A18-90
Manuscript of story A Gold Hunting Expedition in Arizona by I.D. Affleck. Typed, 12 leaves with handwritten corrections.

A18-90
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.

A18-100
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.

A18-100
Manuscript of story "The Governor's Palace, In San Antonio de Bexar" by I. D. Affleck. Handwritten, 15 leaves.

A18-110
Manuscript of story "The Governor's Palace, In San Antonio de Bexar" by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

A18-110
Two leaves of handwritten notes.

A18-110
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.

A18-110
Newspaper clipping from San Antonio Express, circa August 1902. "San Antonio's Origin as a Spanish Mission" by I.D. Affleck.

A18-110
Newspaper clipping from The South. December 1935. "Southern Personalities: Adina de Zavala, Texas Patriot Historian" by Pearl Howard.

A18-110
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.

A18-110
Newspaper clipping from Houston Post. April 22, 1951. "Mystery of the Twin Sisters Or Were They Quads or Sextuplets?" by Ed Kilman.

A18-110
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."

A18-110
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

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.

Thomas D. Affleck and Isaac Dunbar Affleck

A16-10
Reprint from Civil War History, Vol. IX, No. III. September 1963. "With Terry's Texas Rangers: the Letters of Dunbar Affleck."

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. March 9, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. January 28, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. August 6, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. July 15, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. August 30, 1960. TL, 2 leaves, carbon copy.

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. June 11, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. November 23, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-20
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. November 20, 1960. ALS, 1 leaf.

A16-20
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Dr. Robert W. Williams [Greenville, N.C.]. January 5, 1961. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-20
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. August 26, 1960. ALS, 1 leaf.

A16-20
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. January 30, 1961. TLS, 1 leaf. With original envelope attached.

A16-30
Williams, Robert [East Carolina College] to Mr. Affleck. May 1, 1963. TLS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Matthews, Jr., Jay A. [National Guard Association of Texas, Austin] to Mr. Affleck. March 7, 1963. TLS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. August 3, 1960. ALS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. July 1, 1960. ALS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. January 30, 1960. ALS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. August 20, 1959. ALS, 1 leaf. Attached (11x):
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. August 16, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. August 13, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. August 10, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. June 11, 1959. ALS, 1 leaf.
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. May 20, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. January 24, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. January 20, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. January 18, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. January 14, 1959. ALS, 1 leaf.
Affleck, T.D. to Dr. Williams [Beaumont]. December 6, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. December 8, 1959. ALS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Biography of Isaac Dunbar Affleck. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-30
Plummer, Julia [Librarian, Lamar College of Technology, Beaumont] to Mr. and Mrs. Affleck. March 18, 1958. TLS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Andrews, R.V. [Lamar Research Center, Beaumont] to Robert W. Williams. December 1, 1958. TLS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
East, Charles [LSU Press] to T.D. Affleck. May 17, 1963. TLS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Donald Ellegood [LSU Press]. April 15, 1963. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-30
Ellegood, Donald R. [LSU Press] to Robert W. Williams [East Carolina College]. February 19, 1962. TLS, 1 leaf. Attached (9x):
Ellegood, Donald R. [LSU Press] to T.D. Affleck [Galveston]. August 23, 1961. TLS, 1 leaf.
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Donald R. Ellegood [LSU Press]. August 10, 1961. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Donald R. Ellegood [LSU Press]. July 4, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Ellegood, Donald R. [LSU Press] to T.D. Affleck [Galveston]. June 29, 1960. TLS, 1 leaf.
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Donald R. Ellegood [LSU Press]. June 25, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Ellegood, Donald R. [LSU Press] to T.D. Affleck [Galveston]. November 9, 1959. TLS, 1 leaf.
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Donald R. Ellegood [LSU Press]. December 26, 1959. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Williams, Robert to Mr. Affleck. January 2, 1959. ALS, 1 leaf.
Affleck, T.D. [Galveston] to Donald R. Ellegood [LSU Press]. January 21, 1960. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-30
Naylor, Mrs. Joe O. [Naylor Book Publishers, San Antonio] to Robert W. Williams. November 16, 1960. TLS, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Hubbard, Col. Comdg. Brig. R.B. to General Waterhouse. October 13, 1864. Typed copy, 1 leaf.

A16-30
Article "Dogs and Cats" by Thomas Affleck. Published in American Agriculturist. 1844. Typed, 1 leaf, carbon copy.

A16-30
Excerpts re: references to I.D. Affleck found in The Natural History of the Agricultural Ant of Texas by Henry Christopher McCook. Typed, 6 leaves, carbon copies.

A16-40
Manuscript by I.D. Affleck I Would Rather Be At Home, Bastrop Military Institute. Typed, 407 leaves, carbon copies. Included are the original and revised manuscripts for the Introduction.

A16-50
Affleck, I.D. to Señor H. Ornelas [Mexican Consul to the United States, San Antonio]. undated. Handwritten, 28 leaves.

A16-50
Manuscript of the Introduction to The Flags of Texas by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 15 leaves.

A16-50
Manuscript of the Introduction to The Flags of Texas by I.D. Affleck. Revised version. Handwritten, 22 leaves.

A16-60
Manuscript of story The Slanderer An Assassin by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 10 leaves.

A16-60
Affleck, I.D. [Adjutant, United Confederate Veterans, Brenham] to "Mr. President and Gentlemen". March, 1896. Handwritten, 5 leaves.

A16-60
Affleck, I.D. to Miss Lillian E. Bolmes [Houston]. undated. ALS, 1 leaf (broken in half).

A16-60
The Ghost At Glenblythe as told in the 1890s by I.D. Affleck. Typed, 4 leaves, carbon copies.

A16-60
Irrigation, Its Benefits and Advantages. Manuscript by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 5 leaves.

A16-60
Manuscript of information regarding cotton planting by I.D. Affleck. Handwritten, 6 leaves.

Isaac Dunbar Affleck and Thomas Affleck

A12-10
Affleck's Farmer's and Planter's Record and Account Book Ledger. I.D. Affleck's accounts of Glenblythe farm during the year 1884.

A12-20
Affleck's Farmer's and Planter's Record and Account Book Ledger. I.D. Affleck's accounts of Glenblythe farm. April 23, 1883. Included: Newspaper clipping "The Price of the Diamond's Freedom."

A12-30
Thomas Affleck's Scrapbook. Various poems are handwritten with pictures cut from books glued on the opposite page. Material found inside(9x):
Original sketch of a dog, done in pencil and ink. 5.5 x 8 inches.
Newspaper clipping showing photo of a Mausoleum with the poem "The Burns Mausoleum at Dumfries" by Horace Flack.
Printed engraved picture of Highlanders. 1 leaf. 3.5 x 5 inches, black and white.
Newspaper clipping of poem "The Automobile _____." 1 leaf.
Newspaper clipping of poem "A Bunch of Flowers," by Jones Very. 1 leaf.
Newspaper clipping of poem "The Forsaken Farmhouse." By J.G. Whittier. 1 leaf.
Newspaper clipping of poem "The Death Bed." By Shirley. 1 leaf.
Newspaper clipping showing various advertisements. 1 leaf.
"Address to the Electors". 1807. 1 leaf, handwritten original.

A12-30
Fragment of letter written to "To the Editors of the United States". undated. 1 leaf, handwritten original.

A12-40
Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac and Plantation and Garden Calendar for 1854 by Thomas Affleck. 1 bound book, original.

July 2014 Addition

Series 5, Box 15

  • Last 13 folders in box

Series 5, Box 16

  • 16/1: Fay Lecturers/Authors
  • 16/2: Joel Weishaus Correspondence. 1976-1977; 1985-1986; 1999
  • 16/3: Miscellaneous Correspondence
  • 16/4: Book - *Lost in the Long White Cloud: Finding My Way Home - Conception through the death of my father. A memoir by David H. Rosen, M.D. Eugene: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2014.

VHS

  • 16/5: Miranda Zent, TAMU Fay Lecture. May 2, 2004
  • 16/6: Miranda Zent Audition Tape. March 1999
  • 16/7: 1021/1022, Creative Arts and Spirituality, Sharon Salzberg and Rosen
  • 16/8: First International Conference of Jungian Psychology and Chinese Culture
  • 16/9: MHUM 911-2001, Rosen. September 4th
  • 16/10: At the Threshold - A Journey to the Sacred through the Integration of Depth Psychology and the Expressive Arts with Carolyn Grant Fay (first draft for field review)

Cassettes

  • 16/11: The Stillness Shall be the Dancing: Feminine and Masculine in Emerging Balance. Marion Woodman. 1994 (2 tape set)
  • 16/12: Sweet Renunciation. Miranda Zent. 1996

CDs

  • 16/13: The Stillness Shall be the Dancing. Cushing Memorial. Disc #1
  • 16/14: The Stillness Shall be the Dancing. Cushing Memorial. Disc #2
  • 16/15: The Stillness Shall be the Dancing. Cushing Memorial. Disc #3
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