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Overview of the Collection

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Documents and Correspondence

Photographs

Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library

Hanszen-Bach Family Papers



Overview of the Collection

Creator: Hanszen-Bach, Dorothy
Title: Hanszen-Bach Family Papers
Dates: 1890-1960
Accession No.: MA95-2
Quantity: 2 cubic feet
Language: The records are in English.
Repository: Texas/Dallas History & Archives, Dallas Public Library 1515 Young St Dallas, TX 75201

Biographical Note

Dorothy Hanszen was born on November 6, 1910. Her parents, Oscar Arthur Hanszen and Ethelyn Hill married in Austin on September 21st, 1903. Dorothy was the second child of the couple; her brothers were Oscar Jerome and Arthur Hill Hanszen. Her father, Oscar A Hanszen was a school teacher who taught shop at Bryan Street High School. He later joined his family's egg business, dealing with the poultry industry in East Texas, Arkansas and Northern Louisiana. Dorothy Hanszen graduated with a Bachelors degree from Texas Women's University and began teaching in Conroe, Texas. She married Emmon Bach in 1946, moving to Scarborough, New York. Widowed in 1952 when Emmon passed away, she returned home to Dallas, teaching in DISD from 1957-1970. After she retired, she became active in the Texas Democratic Party and ran for Congress. Dorothy later moved to Carthage, Texas and passed away on June 8th, 2003.

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Scope and Contents

This collection consists of correspondence between the Hanszen family, with a number of family photographs. Correspondence includes business reports by the Hanszen sons - Oscar Jerome and Arthur Hill Hanszen - to their parents in Dallas regarding the egg business, as well as personal family correspondence. Family photographs consist of life on Tenth Street in Oak Cliff around the 1910s, pictures of Oscar Jerome Hanzen's career as a cadet at Texas A&M in the 1920s, and various family trips taken by the Hanszen's in and around Texas. The collection also has some materials concerning Emmon Bach, Dorothy Hanszen's husband, and photographs of their life as a married couple in upstate New York.

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Family Names:
Hanszen
Bach
Places:
Dallas (Tex.)
Subjects:
Family Papers
Titles:
Hanszen Bach Family Papers

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

MA92-2 Hanszen-Bach Family Papers, Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division, Dallas Public Library

Processing Information

processed by Bryan McKinney

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Documents and Correspondence

Box Folder
1 1 Oscar Arthur Hanszen / Ethelyn Hill marriage, Austin Texas, September 21, 1903
2 Harry Clag Hanszen, 1884-1950, booklet in memory of from his associates of the Rice Institute
3 Ethelyn (Hill) Hanszen - probate, 1957
4 Oscar Jerome Hanszen - wills, 1957;1961
5 Emmon Bach / Maude Mebell Deacon - marriage, 1923
6 Emmon Bach / Marie Anna Bach - annulment, 1941
7 Emmon Bach Estate Information 1952
8 Oscar Aurthur Hanszen - correspondence
9 Ethelyn (Hill) Hanszen - correspondence
10 Oscar Jerome Hanszen - correspondence
11 Arthur Hill Hanszen - correspondence
12 Willie Hanszen - correspondence
13 Dorothy (Hanszen) Bach - correspondence
14 Dorothy and Emmon Bach Correspondence
15 Miscellaneous Correspondence
16 Miscellaneous Postcards

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Photographs

Box Folder
2 1 5 mounted photographs - Jerome Hanszen - as an infant ca. 1900
2 "Merry Xmas to Grandma from Oscar Jerome" [Hanszen] - three infant photos. mounted ca.1900
3 Three women. One possible could be Ethelyn Hill ca. 1895
4 2 photographs - Ethelyn Hill [Hanszen] - Austin, Texas ca. 1895
5 Unidentified male child - possibly Oscar Hanszen ca. 1910
6 "Alma and Martha" Women holding an infant. ca. 1900
7 Oscar Jerome Hanszen. As a young man. ca. 1920
8 Arthur Hill Hanszen. Two Photographs mounted. As a child ca. 1910
9 Howard Harmon - Friend of Dorothy Hanszen ca. 1925
10 Hill Family Residence in Austin, TX ? ca. 1900
11 Jerome, Arthur, and Dorothy. Children pose on couch. MA95.2/2 ca. 1913
Box Folder
3 1 Ethelyn Hanszen (Hill) and Family - Taken at her childhood home in Austin, TX ca. 1905
2 Grandmother Clara Hanszen. ca. 1905
3 Ethelyn Hanszen (Hill)
4 Clyde Hanszen
5 Arthur Hanszen
6 Jerome Hanszen
7 Jerome Hanszen - Texas A&M Cadet and photographs of campus ca. 1925
8 Dorothy Hanszen - Childhood to adulthood
Box Folder
4 1 Hanszen Children Snapshots. Assorted. ca. 1910-1920
2 Hanszen Children - Vacation snapshots. Corpus Christi, Abilene, Austin, Fayetteville, Arkansas, and other places. 1909-1920
3 Dorothy Hanszen Bach - Adulthood, college and married life
4 Dorothy Hanszen (Bach) - Teaching Career.
5 Emmon Bach
6 Mr. and Mrs. Emmon and Dorothy Bach
Box Folder
5 1 Mr. and Mrs. Emmon Bach at Niagara Falls. ca. 1940
2 Arthur Hanszen's Family ca. 1950s
3 Hanszen Family ca. 1950s
4 Miscellaneous People
Box Folder
6 1 Copy Prints - Assorted
2 Unidentified People. ca. 1890
3 Oak Cliff and Bryan High School Pictures.
4 Unidentified Places
5 Brownsville - Snapshots, 1955
6 New York City - Snapshots. Christmas 1955
7 New York State
8 Vacation shots - Florida ca. 1950
9 Emmon and Dorothy at White Rock Lake. Negatives
10 O.A. Hanszen Negatives. ca. 1948
11 Dorothy Hanszen at childhood home. Negatives and prints ca. 1948
12 Assorted Negatives

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