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Greenville (Tex.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

H. E. King Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 2008.035
Scope and Contents The H. E King Collection consists of papers pertaining to various individuals and entities, some of whom lived in or around Greenville, but who have no or unknown relations to each other. These identities include Dr. and Mrs. H. E. King, Malory Hale, the City of Greenville, the Greenville National Bank, the Woman's Parsonage and Home Mission Society, and Arthur West.

The collection is organized into eleven folders. The first folder, "Bank Books: Greenville National Bank," contains ...

Records of Greenville, Texas

 Collection
Identifier: 2008.118
Scope and Contents This collection of original Greenville city records includes City Council Minutes, Ordinances, and Resolutions; Corporation Court Dockets and Finance Ledgers; Real and Personal Property Rendered for Taxation; Tax Assessor's Abstract of City Lots; and Tax Rolls.

Records of the Air Force Association, Northeast Texas Chapter 416

 Collection
Identifier: 2014.09
Scope and Contents This collection is divided into four series: Administrative Records, Community Activities, Publications, and Photographs and Electronic Media.

Series I, Administrative Records, is the largest series in the collection and contains all official chapter records. This series includes executive minutes, rosters, financial reports and plans, activity reports and plans, as well as records from AFA National Headquarters, AFA Texas, and AFA Texoma ...

Wilhelmina Kuenstler Warren Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2008.089
Scope and Contents The Wilhelmina Kuenstler Warren Papers is arranged into two series, Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings. Series I, Correspondence consists of photocopies of WKW's mail to friends and relatives. The only incoming mail occurs in 1945. The correspondence consists of descriptions of WKW activities during her husband's Foreign Service beginning in 1921 at their first appointed station in Havana, Cuba. Correspondence from 1929 consists of WKW's everyday activities of Spanish lessons, playing golf ...