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Scope and Contents Series I, Correspondence, is the larger of the two series in the collection. It consists of three sub-series: "Organizational correspondence," "Personal correspondence," and "University correspondence." The "Organizational correspondence" sub-series contains correspondence with the American Association of University Women, the university's International Relations Club, the Texas Academy of Science, and the Texas State...
Scope and Contents The collection is organized into two series.Series I, A Young Man Comes to Texas, 1852-1866 Files; consists of letters from the Tennessee State Archives in Nashville and transcribed by Dr. William E. Sawyer.Alfred wrote regularly to his brother Morton prior to 1856. There are a few letters to his parents and other members of the family as well. The letters are full of interesting descriptions of Texas during...
Scope and Contents The E.H. Watson Collection consists of correspondence from E.H. Watson to a friend Ervin, E.E., who served in the United States Navy, and one letter written by Dr. D.C. Butler D.C. of the Department of English at East Texas State Teachers College dated December 15, 1953. E.H.W. wrote of subjects related to Commerce, Northeast Texas, ETSTC, and general gratitude towards E.E. and his gifts. In the letter dated June 11, 1945, E.H.W. described his...
Scope and Contents The J. Mason Brewer Collection consists of materials related to Dr. Brewer’s career as an academic and teacher, author of African American folklore & history, and personal life. The collection is organized into eight series: Biographical Materials, Correspondence, Activity Files, Newspaper Clippings, Literary Works, Photographs, Three dimensional objects & Scrapbooks, & Books.Series I, Biographical Materials, 1896-1975, consists of materials...
Scope and Contents This collection contains documents produced and collected by William "Jack" Bell from 1949 to 2000.Series I. Correspondence and publications contains correspondence between Jack Bell and his former students, friends, colleagues, local government officials, and city residents, including handwritten documents, typewritten documents, and photographs, as well as various publications collected by Bell, including newsletters, newspapers, and the...
- Subject: East Texas State University -- History. X