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Texas, East.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

J. Mason Brewer Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 2008.111
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...

Local History Vertical File Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 2008.015
Scope and Contents The Local History Vertical File Collection consists of topical files regarding individuals, families, businesses, communities, and events in historic and present-day Northeast Texas. The collection consists of essays, family histories, news clippings, directories, pamphlets, letters, maps, and other manuscript materials. The files were compiled by Dr. James Conrad through his personal research and through small donations to the Special Collections Department. This collection is on-going and as...

Ruby Allmond Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 2009.06
Scope and Contents This collection is divided into ten series. Series I, Awards, contains music awards and recognitions awarded to Ruby over her musical career. Series II, Books and Publications, contains books, magazines, and various clippings pertaining to Ruby's career. Included in this series is a copy of Today I'll Think About the Rain, a complete anthology of Ruby's works.Series III, Clothing, includes Ruby's performance attire such as belts,...

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...