Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo

A Guide to the Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf Papers, 1866, 1914-1992



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stumpf, Ella Ketcham Daggett
Title: Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf Papers
Dates: 1866, 1914-1992
Creator Abstract: Born in Texas in 1903, Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf was a proponent of historical preservation in San Antonio.
Content Abstract: Consisting primarily of short manuscripts and the source material gathered in their production, the Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf Papers include information on a range of topics associated with Texas history and culture. The collection consists of five series including: Writings and Research, Books, Pamphlets, and Periodicals, Personal Material, Photographs, and Artifacts.
Identification: Col 6744
Extent: 16 document and photograph boxes, 1 artifacts box
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo, San Antonio, Texas

Biographical Note

A fifth-generation Texan, Ella Ketcham Daggett was born on October 11, 1903 at her grandmother’s home in Palestine, Texas to Fred D. and Ella Ketcham Daggett. Growing up in San Antonio, she graduated from high school in 1920 and attended the University of Texas, before withdrawing due to illness. While undergoing medical treatment at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, she met her future husband, Franz W. Stumpf (1889-1984), an oral surgeon then working at the clinic. After their marriage in 1923, the couple settled in San Antonio, where Dr. Stumpf opened a dental practice.

Long interested in the history and historic sites of Texas, Mrs. Stumpf was active in many historical and preservation organizations, notably, the San Antonio Conservation Society and the Historic Buildings Foundation, which she helped establish. She was a vigorous advocate for the cause of historic preservation, and was instrumental in rallying support for the Menger Hotel when the 1859 building was threatened with demolition in the 1940s. She was also active in the preservation of the José Antonio Navarro house, the Ursuline Academy, buildings in the La Villita area of San Antonio, and other sites. She and her husband also purchased and restored an 1880s-era residence in the 1940s, christening their Howard Street home “Sol y Sombra.”

Mrs. Stumpf began a writing career while a student at the University of Texas, on the staff of the Daily Texan student newspaper. She continued to research and write throughout her life, on history, historic buildings, cooking, gardening, and many other subjects. Her articles appeared in newspapers and periodicals throughout Texas and beyond. She was also the author of a pamphlet entitled San Antonio’s Menger, published by the hotel in 1953.

While less active as a writer in her later years, Mrs. Stumpf continued to research and gather source material, and she remained active in several organizations until her death on April 15, 1993.

References:

Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf Papers. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Ella K. Daggett Stumpf, vertical file. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Who’s Who of American Women. Chicago: A.N. Marquis Co., 1958.


Scope and Content Note

Consisting primarily of short manuscripts and the source material gathered in their production, the Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf Papers include information on a range of topics associated with Texas history and culture.

The papers are organized into five series, the most significant of which is Writings and Research, which includes articles written by Mrs. Stumpf, in typescript and published forms, her research notes, and source material, particularly copies of published material and newspaper clippings. Files within the series are in alphabetical order by subject; some of these files were created by Mrs. Stumpf, but much of the arrangement was developed during processing. The most extensive files are associated with the Menger Hotel, and include information on the history of the hotel and events which took place there. Other historic sites and buildings which are documented in detail include the Driskill Hotel in Austin and the Ursuline Academy in San Antonio. Research on Texas historic sites in general is found in the Texas Houses and Historic Sites files, and in Travel and Texas Hotels files. Mrs. Stumpf’s interest in cooking and gardening, particularly in a historic sense, is also well represented. Additional information on cooking in Texas is found in files on Christmas as it was celebrated in Texas. Research material related to Mrs. Stumpf’s family history, particularly the Daggett and Worsham families, includes some family narratives and copies of source documents. Many of the other subjects included in the series are often documented by a single file of miscellaneous material. Photographs found with research material have been moved to the Photographs series.

The second series, Books, Pamphlets and Periodicals, contains a small number of general historical works.

Personal Material contains a miscellany of letters, biographical information, and printed material.

Another significant series is Photographs, which is generally divided between images of historic buildings and personal photographs. Larger photographic prints have been arranged by subject, and include a number of photographs of the Daggett and Stumpf family members, historic buildings, and photographs of the two Stumpf homes in San Antonio. Photographs of scenes at St. Mary’s Hall, a private girls’ school in San Antonio, may have come from Roe Daggett Johnson, a staff member at the school. Photographs which may be of Mrs. Johnson are also found in these subject files.

A small group of snapshots of East Texas sites, mounted on cardboard with accompanying captions, is attributed to Mary Daggett Lake. Oversize photos include professionally produced views of the Stumpf home, removed from an album. The album itself contained no captions nor additional information, and was not retained.

The bulk of the photographs consists of snapshots, presumably taken by Mrs. Stumpf and her husband, and dating from the 1930s through the 1970s. Some of these had been arranged by Mrs. Stumpf into two alphabetical files. The first of these, labeled “Family Photographs,” gathered photos of Mr. and Mrs. Stumpf, relatives, and family friends. The alphabetical arrangement has been retained, with some modifications, and the photographs have been rehoused. Some loose snapshots have also been incorporated into this arrangement.

The other existing file was labeled “Old Houses,” and consists of photos of historic buildings around Texas, arranged alphabetically by location. A large portion of these are of San Antonio buildings. Most of the photographs date from the 1930s through 1950s, and include images of buildings which have since been demolished.

The remainder of the photographs had been stored in the envelopes in which they were received from the photo-processor. These have simply been rehoused and arranged chronologically, based on the processing date or dates noted on the prints themselves.

All of the snapshots and negatives have been placed in envelopes, with some of the significant locations or subjects depicted noted on the envelope and in the finding aid.

Some snapshots had been housed in small photograph albums; these have been removed from the album and kept together. As no captions were included with these albums, they were discarded.

The final photographic format consists of color transparencies of houses in the King William neighborhood of San Antonio.

The fifth series includes artifacts found with the papers. Some items are associated with subjects covered in the research files, while others are miscellaneous personal items.


Organization of Collection

This collection is organized into 5 series.
Writings and Research
Books, Pamphlets, and Periodicals
Personal Material
Photographs
Artifacts

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

No restrictions. The collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions

Please be advised that the library does not hold the copyright to most of the material in its archival collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to secure those rights when needed. Permission to reproduce does not constitute permission to publish. The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming to the laws of copyright, literary property rights, and libel.


Index Terms

Personal Names
Stumpf, Ella Ketcham Daggett
Stumpf, Franz Wilhelm, 1889-1984
Daggett family
Worsham family
Organizations
San Antonio Conservation Society
Historic Buildings Foundation
Ursuline Academy (San Antonio, Tex.)
Subjects
Christmas--Texas
Christmas cookery--Texas
Cookery--Texas
Dwellings--Texas--Photographs
Gardens--Texas
Historic buildings--Texas
Historic Buildings--Texas--San Antonio
HIstoric preservation--Texas
Hotels--Texas
Restaurants--Texas--San Antonio
Locations
Montgomery (Tex.)--History
Genres/Formats
Personal papers
Photographs

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf Papers, 1866, 1914-1992, Col 6744, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Kris K. McCluskey, 1993.

Processing Information

Processed by Louisa A. Foster, Diana Guthrie, and John Powell, 1995;

additional processing by Warren Stricker, 1998.

Finding aid revised and encoded by Leslie Stapleton, 2016.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Writings and Research

Box Folder
1 1-4 Argyle Hotel
1 Writings
2-3 Notes
4 Clippings and printed material
5 Moses Austin
See also PHOTOGRAPHS
6 Judah Benjamin/Alphonse de Saligny
7 Sarah Bernhardt
8 William Bollaert
9 Brackenridge/Wheatley Schools
10-19 Christmas
10 Writings--Manuscripts
11 Writings--Published
12 Correspondence
13 Notes
14 Unpublished sources
15 Published sources
Box Folder
2 16-18 Clippings
19 General printed material
20 Columbus, Texas
See also PHOTOGRAPHS, ARTIFACTS
21-25 Cookery
21 Writings and notes
22 Notes
23 Published sources
24 Clippings
25 General printed material
Box
OV 18 Yturri-Edmunds property cookbooks
Box Folder
2 26-30 Daggett family
26 Eph M. Daggett, "Recollections of the War of the Moderators and Regulators"
27 Laura A. Daggett, “Reminiscences of My Life and Family”
28 L.D. Daggett material
Box Folder
3 29 Fred Reynolds material
30 Notes and clippings
See also PHOTOGRAPHS
31-37 Driskill Hotel
31 Correspondence
32 Notes
33 Driskill Hotel Corporation
34 Heritage Society of Austin
35 Clippings
36 Printed material -- Driskill Hotel
37 Printed material -- Driskill Hotel events
Box
OV 19 Oversize material
See also ARTIFACTS
Box Folder
3 38-44 Gardening
38 Writings--Manuscripts
39 Writings--Published
40 Notes
41 Unpublished sources
42 Published sources
43 Clippings
44 General printed material
Box Folder
4 45 John Bell Hood
46 Hot Wells Hotel
47 Hunting
48-67 Menger Hotel
48 Writings
49 Notes
50-51 Correspondence
52 Published sources
53-55 Clippings
Box Folder
56-58 Clippings
Box Folder
5 59 Oral history
60 Menus
61 Programs
62 Invitations
63 General printed material
64 Minutes
65-67 Notebook
(Photographs from the notebook have been transferred to the Photographs series.)
Box
OV 18 Life October 12, 1959
See also ARTIFACTS, PHOTOGRAPHS
Box Folder
6 68-72 Montgomery, Texas
68 Writings
69 Source material
70 Somervell campaign, Bennett regiment
71 Hunting
72 Gardens
Box
OV 18 Oversize material
See also PHOTOGRAPHS
Box Folder
6 73-75 Moody family
73 Correspondence
74 Clippings
75 General printed material
76 Navarro house
See also PHOTOGRAPHS
77 Olivarri family
78 Race relations
79 Ste. Genevieve, Missouri
See also PHOTOGRAPHS
80-85 San Antonio Restaurants and Hotels
80 Writings
81 Notes
82 Unpublished sources
84 Menus
Box
OV 19 Menus (oversize)
Box Folder
6 85 Clippings
86 Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
86 Writings
Box
OV 19 Mortgage bonds: issued by Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, 1866 (2 copies)
Box Folder
6 87 Staffel/Elmendorf families
88 Steves family
Box Folder
7 89-93 Texas, general
89 Notes
90 Unpublished sources
91 Published sources
92 Clippings
93 General printed material
Box
OV 197 San Antonio Express-News supplements
Box Folder
7 94-102 Texas Houses and Historic Sites
94 Writings
95-96 Notes
97 Correspondence
98 Unpublished sources
99 Published sources
100 Clippings
101 General printed material
102 San Antonio Conservation Society
Box
OV 19 Donald E. Everett. Monte Vista: The Gilded Age of an Historic District, 1890-1930Supplement to the North San Antonio Times and the Alamo Heights Recorder-Times, 1988.
Box
OV Map Case Morrison and Fourmy's Revised Map of city of San Antonio, Texas. St. Louis: A. Gast and co., 1883 (facsimilie; 2 copies)
Architectural drawing: Riff Stirman "A Residence Inspired by Early Texas Architecture," 1942
Plats: HemisFair area (2 items)
Poster: HemisFair 1968
See also PHOTOGRAPHS
Box Folder
8 103-106 Travel and Texas hotels
103 Writings
104 Notes
105 Clippings
106 General printed material
107-113 Ursuline Academy
107 Writings--manuscripts
108 Writings--published
109 Notes
110 Unpublished sources
111 Published sources
112 Clippings
113 General printed material
Box
OV 19 Paintings
See also PHOTOGRAPHS
Box Folder
8 114 Worsham/Woodson families
Miscellaneous source material
Box Folder
8 115 Clippings
116 General printed material



Series 2: Books, Pamphlets and Periodicals

Box
9 Cornelia E. Crook. Henry Castro and His Homestead. Corenelia E. Crook, 1978
F. T. Fields. Texas Sketchbook, revised edition. Humble Oil and Refining Co., 1962
Bruce M. Frazee, ed. Directory of Field Trip Experiences for Bexar County. 1978
A Group of Themes on Architecture and Culture of Early Texas. undated
Katherine Hart. 19th Century Austin. Austin Heritage Foundation, 1970 (4 copies)
Historic San Antonio, 1700-1900. San Antonio Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 1963 (2 copies)
Southwestern Historical Quarterly.
61 (October 1957)
63 (October 1959)



Series 3: Personal Material

Box Folder
10 117 Correspondence
118 Financial documents
119-120 Organizations
119 Daughters of the Republic of Texas
120 Club Giraud
121 Oral history
121 Ella Ketcham Daggett Stumpf
122 Autograph
123 Fred D. Daggett material
Music
Box Folder
10 124 Miguel Bernal, "Suite Autografo"
125 Artwork
126 Notecards
127 Letterhead
128 Invitations and announcements
129 Catalogs--books
130 Periodicals
131 Postcards, non-Texas
132 Clippings: Ella K. D. Stumpf
133 General printed



Series 4: Photographs

Prints
Box Folder
11 134 Castroville, Texas
135 columbus, Texas
136 Daggett/Ketcham/Worsham family
137 Daggett/Ketcham/Worsham family (copy prints)
138 Gentilz paintings
139 Roe Daggett Johnson?
140 Marlin, Texas
141 Menger Hotel
142 Menger Hotel--from research notebook
143 Mirabeau (Ella Daggett house, Austin Texas)
144 Montgomery, Texas
145 Jose Antonio Navarro/Navarro house
146 New Branfels, Texas
147 Los Pastores
148 People--identified
149-50 People--unidentified
Box Folder
12 151 St. Mary's Hall
152 San Antonio, miscellaneous
153 Seguin, Texas
154 Sol y Sombra
155 Ella K. D. and Franz Stumpf
156 Stumpf house, August Street
157 Daniel Sullivan house
158 Ursuline Academy
159 Miscellaneous
160 Album pages
160 Historic houses
161-163 Mary Daggett Lake photographs
161-163 East Texas historic sites
164 Slides
164 Von Koëehring house
Oversize photographs
Box
OV 19 Alamo
Castroville, Texas
Box
OV 18 Seguin, Texas
Stumpf family house, Springfield, Ohio
Stumpf house, Augusta Street (two folders, removed from album)
Fabric sample, removed from Stumpf house photograph album
Sol y Sombra
Box
13 Family photographs file
Dan Daggett family
Dan Daggett family
Dan and Kay Daggett
Dan Daggett, Jr.; Ella Daggett;Ella K. D. Stumpf
Dan Daggett Jr.; Ella K. D. Stumpf
Dan Daggett; Ella K D. Stumpf
Dan and Mary Daggett; Mamie Woodson Ketcham
Fred D. and Ella Daggett; Franz Stumpf
Ella Daggett; Ella K. D. Stumpf
Frederick Dickenson
Louise Daggett Fischer; Katherine Fischer; Mrs. Lorenzo Daggett
Kerrins family
Berylita Frances Ponton; Les Trott; Grey Moss Inn; Randolph Air Force Base
Ella K. D. Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Annamarie and Bill Kerrins; Les Trott
Ella K. D. Stumpf; parrots
Franz Stumpf
Franz Stumpf
Franz Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Ella Daggett
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Ella Daggett; others
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Mrs. A. Kerrins; Bill Kerrins; George Gibbons
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Kerrins family
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lange
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; others
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; others
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; pets
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; others
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Fiesta San Antonio
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Garner State Park
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Galveston
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Medina Lake
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Fred D. and Ella Daggett; Barr Healey; Rockport, Texas
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Franz Stumpf; Rockport, Texas?
Ella K. D. Stumpf; Carolyn Stumpf
Stumpf house, Augusta Street
William Wilson; Daisy Wiley
Various people
Various people
Various people (negatives only)
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Box
13 Old Houses file>
Austin, Texas (Capitol; Ney house; French Legation; Governor's Mansion; Pease mansion)
Austin, Texas (negatives)
Austin, Texas (Merrill house)
Boerne, Texas
Boerne, Texas (negatives)
Catroville, Texas
Castroville, Texas (negatives)
Columbus, Texas
Comfort, Texas
C, unidentified (negatives)
Durham, Connecticut (Moses Austin house)
Fredericksburg, Texas
Galveston, Texas
Galveston, Texas (negatives)
Harrisburg, Texas
Houston, Texas
Huntsville, Texas
Box
14 Leon Springs, Texas
Montgomery, Texas
Montgomery, Texas (negatives)
New Braunfels, Texas
Peñitas, Texas
Pioneer chimneys
Quihi, Texas
Rockport, Texas area; Fulton; Goose Island
San Antonio, Texas (Alamo; Aqueduct; Argyle Hotel)
San Antonio, Texas (Blum Street; Bright Shawl)
San Antonio, Texas (Cos house; Crockett Street)
San Antonio, Texas (Dauenhauer house, Dwyer Avenue [Bennett house/]?)
San Antonio, Texas (DAR marker)
San Antonio, Texas (Fischer house)
San Antonio, Texas (Guilbeau house)
San Antonio, Texas (Hidalgo monument)
San Antonio, Texas (houses)
San Antonio, Texas (Irish Flats)
San Antonio, Texas (Kampmann house; Kearney house)
San Antonio, Texas (King William area; Anton Wulff house; Niggli studio)
San Antonio, Texas (King William area?; Joske house?) ; negative only)
San Antonio, Texas (Nat Lewis house)
San Antonio, Texas (Nat Lewis house); negatives only
San Antonio, Texas (Menger Hotel)
San Antonio, Texas (Menger Hotel)
San Antonio, Texas (Nacogdoches Street; North Alamo Street)
San Antonio, Texas (Nuestra Señora de la Purissima Concepción Mission)
San Antonio, Texas (O. Henry house)
San Antonio, Texas (Oge hosue)
San Antonio, Texas (Reed house [Russell house?])
San Antonio, Texas (San Antonio River; St. Mary's College; Twohig house)
San Antonio, Texas (San Antonio River)
San Antonio, Texas (San Fenando Cathedral)
San Antonio, Texas (San Francisco de la Espada Mission)
San Antonio, Texas (San José y San Miguel de Aguayo Mission)
San Antonio, Texas (San Juan Capistrano Mission)
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra)
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra)
San Antonio, Texas (South Alamo Street? De Mazieres house)
San Antonio, Texas (Stumpf house, Augusta Street)
San Antonio, Texas (Sullivan house)
San Antonio, Texas (Twohig house)
San Antonio, Texas (Ursuline Academy)
San Antonio, Texas (Ursuline Academy)
San Antonio, Texas (Vance house)
San Antonio, Texas (Yturri house) negative only
Seguin, Texas
Unidentified
Unidentified; negatives
Box
14 Snapshots
Brownsville, Texas; Port Isabel, Texas; Rio Grande Valley; 1938
Corpus Christi, Texas; McAllen, Texas; 1938
Corpus Christi, Texas; Port Isabel, Texas, ; 1938
Corpus Christi, Texas; King Ranch; 1938
Mexico; 1938
South Texas; 1938
Old D'Hanis, Texas; 1942
Old D'Hanis, Texas; 1942
San Antonio, Texas(Sol y Sombra); 1948
San Antonio, Texas(Sol y Sombra); 1948
San Antonio, Texas(Sol y Sombra); 1948
Stumpf family; 1948
New Orleans; 1950
San Antonio, Texas(Kampmann house); 1950
San Antonio, Texas(Sol y Sombra); 1950
Comfort, Texas(Rice property); 1951
San Antonio, Texas(Sol y Sombra); 1951
San Antonio, Texas; Austin, Texas (Mirabeau); 1952
San Antonio, Texas(Sol y Sombra); Seguin, Texas; 1952
San Antonio, Texas(Sol y Sombra, Ella Daggett); Boerne, Texas; 1953
Boerne, Texas; Comfort, Texas; 1953
Boerne, Texas; Comfort, Texas; Castroville, Texas, San Antonio, Texas; 1953
Boerne, Texas; Fredericksburg, Texas; 1953
Boerne, Texas; Sisterdale, Texas; San Antonio, Texas (Isbell house); 1953
Boerne, Texas; Sisterdale, Texas; 1953
Montgomery, Texas; 1953
New Braunfels, Texas; 1953
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra); 1953
San Antonio, Texas (La Villita, Spanish Governor's Palace); 1953
San Antonio, Texas (Guilbeau quarters); 1953
Fred and Ella Daggett; Robert and Donna Ives; 1954
Box
15 Anderson, Texas; Montgomery, Texas; Plantersville, Texas; 1955
California; 1955
California; 1955
Santa Barbara, California; San Juan Bautista; 1955
Santa Barbara, California; 1955
Montgomery, Texas; 1955
Montgomery, Texas; 1955
Montgomery, Texas; 1955
Montgomery, Texas; 1955
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra); 1955
San Antonio, Texas (log buildings); 1955
Connecticut; 1957
Mystic, Connecticut; 1957
Mystic, Connecticut; 1958
Gonzales, Texas; 1958
Witte family; 1958
Austin, Texas (Laguna Gloria; Neill-Cochran house); 1959
Austin, Texas; 1959
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra); 1959
Castroville, Texas; 1960
Castroville, Texas; San Antonio (Navarro house; Sol y Sombra); 1960
San Antonio, Texas (Lewis house; Sullivan house); 1960
San Antonio, Texas (River Art Show); 1960
Santa Fe, New Mexico; 1960
Castroville, Texas; 1961
Edge Falls; 1961
Edge Falls; 1961
San Antonio, Texas (Gallagher ranch); 1961
San Antonio, Texas (Guilbeau quarters); 1961?
San Antonio, Texas (Guilbeau quarters); 1961
San Antonio, Texas (River Art Show); 1961
San Antonio, Texas (River Art Show); 1961
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra); 1961
San Antonio, Texas (Ursuline Academy); Tyler, Texas; 1961
Brackettville, Texas (Alamo Ranch); 1962
Castroville, Texas; 1962
New Braunfels, Texas; 1962
San Antonio, Texas (McNay Art Institute); Castroville, Texas; 1962
San Antonio, Texas (Ruiz house); 1962
San Antonio, Texas (San Antonio River); 1962
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra); 1962
Brackettville, Texas (Alamo Village); 1963
New Braunfels, Texas; 1964
San Antonio, Texas (River Art Show); 1964
San Antonio, Texas (River Art Show); 1964
Boerne, Texas; Leon Springs, Texas; 1965
Ingram, Texas (Hill Country Arts Foundation; Buck Schiwetz; Leonard Brooks); Guadalupe River; 1965
Guadalupe River; 1965
St. Augustine, Florida; 1965
St. Augustine, Florida; 1965
Ste. Genevieve, Missouri; 1965
San Antonio, Texas; Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, 1965
San Antonio, Texas (Navarro house, Bean house); Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, 1965
San Antonio, Texas; Boerne, Texas; Fredericksburg, Texas; New Orleans; Massachusetts; Canada; 1965
Seguin, Texas; 1965
Austin, Texas (Mirabeau); 1966
Boerne, Texas (Cibolo Creek); 1966
Boerne, Texas; Ingram, Texas; Sisterdale, Texas; 1966
Charleston, South Carolina; 1966
San Antonio, Texas (San Francisco de la Espada; San Juan Capistrano); 1966
San Antonio, Texas (Groos house; Schultze house); 1966
San Antonio, Texas (South Street; Sol y Sombra); 1966
San Antonio, Texas (La Villita; Ursuline Academy; Linden house; Schultze store; HemisFair site)); 1966
San Antonio, Texas (Ursuline Academy); 1966
San Antonio, Texas (Groos house; German-English School; Schultze store; HemisFair site); 1966
Seguin, Texas; 1966
Texas; 1966
Box
16 Castroville, Texas; 1967
Goliad, Texas, 1967
Rockport, Texas, 1967
Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, 1967
San Antonio, Texas (Ursuline Academy); Rockport, Texas; 1967
San Antonio, Texas (St. Mary's St. bridge); 1967
San Antonio, Texas (Riverwalk; San Francisco de la Espada); Castroville, Texas; 1967
San Antonio, Texas (San Juan Capistrano; Berg's Mill); 1967
San Antonio, Texas; Goliad, Texas; Victoria, Texas; 1967
San Antonio, Texas; Castroville, Texas; 1967
San Antonio, Texas (Riverwalk); 1967
San Antonio, Texas (La Villita; South Presa St.); Boerne, Texas; 1967
San Antonio, Texas (Ursuline Academy); Boerne, Texas; Goliad, Texas; San Marcos, Texas; 1967
Texas; 1967
Castroville, Texas; 1968
New Braunfels, Texas; 1968
San Antonio, Texas (HemisFair; stock show); 1968
San Antonio, Texas (Riverwalk; Sol y Sombra; Toxey family); 1968
San Antonio, Texas; Comfort, Texas; 1968
San Antonio, Texas (La Villita); Helotes, Texas; 1968
San Antonio, Texas (HemisFair); 1968
San Antonio, Texas (Sullivan carriage house); 1968
San Antonio, Texas (Alamo; Navarro house; HemisFair; Sol y Sombra); 1968
San Antonio, Texas (HemisFair; Santo Antonio stature); 1968
, Texas; Georgia; 1968
Boerne, Texas; Leon Springs, Texas; Comfort, Texas; 1969
Georgia; 1969
San Antonio, Texas (River Art Show); 1969
San Antonio, Texas (River Art Show); Leon Springs, Texas; Boerne, Texas; 1969
San Antonio, Texas (Gallagher Ranch); Austin, Texas; 1969
California; 1970
California; 1970
East Texas; 1970
Helotes, Texas; 1970
San Antonio, Texas; Texas; 1970
Texas; 1970
Austin, Texas (Mirabeau);; 1971
California; 1971
California; 1971
Florence, Texas; undated
Fulton, Texas; Lamar peninsula; undated (negatives)
Goliad, Texas; Port Lavaca, Texas; Saltillo, Mexico; undated
Goliad, Texas; Port Lavaca, Texas; Saltillo, Mexico; undated (negatives)
Hamilton Pool; undated
Johnson City, Texas (LBJ Ranch); undated
La Grange, Texas; Round Top, Texas; undated
Leon Springs, Texas (Von Plëhwe house); undated
Montgomery, Texas; Plantersville, Texas; undated
Ste. Genevieve, Missouri; undated
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra); undated
San Antonio, Texas (San José y San Miguel de Aguayo Mission; Brackenridge Park); Boerne, Texas; Edge Falls; undated
San Antonio, Texas (Schultze store); undated
San Antonio, Texas (Alamo); undated
San Antonio, Texas (San Antonio River); undated
San Antonio, Texas (Sol y Sombra); undated
San Antonio, Texas? (Missions?); undated
Sherman, Texas; undated
Texas; undated
Texas; undated
Texas; undated
West Hartford, Connecticut (Daggett waterfall); undated
Box
16 Small photograph albums
Dan Daggett; Fred D. Daggett; Ella K. D. Stumpf
New Branufels, Texas
Box
16 Color transparencies
San Antonio, Texas (King William neighborhood)



Box
17 Series 5: Artifacts



Series 6: Separated Items

Maps
Edwards, Emily. Historic Guide Map to San Antonio de Bexar and Environs. San Antonio Conservation Soceity, 1926. -- Oversize Map 912.764351 E26H 1926
Montgomery County. General Land Office, 1861. Negative photostat. -- County Maps
Montgomery County. General Land Office, 1943. -- Uncataloged Maps
Montgomery County. General Land Office, undated. Negative photostat.
Le Nouveau Mexique. undated.
William H. Sandusky. Plan of the City of Galveston, Texas. 1945. Facsimile copy.
Books
Katherine Hart. Waterloo Scrapbook, 1970-1971. Austin, Texas: Friends of the Austin Public Library, 1971. -- 976.431 H325w
Postcards
Austin, Texas
Wood Lawn, 1853
Castroville, Texas
Landmark Inn, Castroville, Texas (2 copies)
the Courtyard of Landmark Inn, U. S. 90, Castroville, Texas (5 copies)
Con Can, Texas
Garner State Park, Con Can, Texas
Galveston, Texas
The famous seawall and beach playground of the Southwest, Galveston, Texas (2 copies)
Beach scene, Galveston, Texas (2 copies)
Oleanders, Galveston, Texas
Gulf Coast
Fishing Fleet on the Gulf Coast of Texas
San Antonio
The Alamo (2 copies)
The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas (2 copies)
Casa Rio Mexican Foods
Colonnade of Arches at [San José Mission]
La Fonda Mexican Restaurant
Governor's Palace, San Antonio, Tex. (3 copies)
Mission Concepcion
Mission San Francisco de la Espada (2 copies)
Mission San Francisco de la Espada, San Antonio, Texas (5 copies)
Misson San Francisco de la Espada, Built 1731
Mission San Jose, San Antonio, Texas (2 copies)
O. Henry House, Santone
Old Spanish Governor's Palace, San Antonio, Texas
River Scene, San Antonio, Tex.
San Antonio River
San Antonio River, San Antonio, Texas (3 copies)
San Antonio, Tex. Menger Hotel
[San José y San Miguel de Aguayo Mission] (2 copies)
Spanish Governor's Palace, Fountain and Patio, San Antonio, Texas
Sunken Garden, San Antonio, Tex.
Weatherford, Texas
Parker County Courthouse and Public Square
Girlhood Home of Actress Mary Martin, Weatherford, Texas
"White Shadows," The Douglas Chandor Studio and Gardens
"White Shadows," Famous Gardens of Douglas Chandor
The Gardens of Douglas Chandor
The Gardens of Douglas Chandor (2 copies)
Miscellaneous
"Down in Texas" (2 copies)