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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

John Milsaps Diaries, 1852-1930

Description of Series

Series AA: United States - History - Reconstruction Era Pamphlets

Series BB: United States - History - 1866-1899 Pamphlets

Series CC: United States - History - 1900-1932 Pamphlets

Series DD: United, States Economic Policy - Trade, Banking, Revenue Pamphlets

Series EE: United States-Economic Policy - Money and Currency, Free Silver Debate Pamphlets

Series FF: United States - Foreign Relations - Spanish America

Series GG: Texas - History

Series HH: Texas - Railroad and Land Development Literature.

Houston Public Library, Houston Metropolitan Research Center

John E.T. Milsaps Collection:

An Inventory of his Records at the Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library (part 6 of 7)



Descriptive Summary

CreatorMilsaps, John E. T., 1852-1932
TitleJohn E.T. Milsaps Collection
Inclusive Dates1531-1986
Bulk Dates1852-1930
IdentificationMSS 33
Extent131 document boxes, 3 flat boxes, 75 volumes, 9 large volumes, 2 drawers of oversized items, 1 record storage box (approx. 75 linear feet)
RepositoryHouston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

Biographical Note

John Ephraim Thomas Milsaps - bibliophile, salvationist, traveler and diarist - was born in Houston, Texas on January 3, 1852. After leaving his home as a young man to seek his fortune in western mining, Milsaps joined the Salvation Army in 1883 and remained in its service until his retirement. Milsaps died in Houston on November 29, 1932. As a professional salvationist, Major Milsaps travelled widely in this country and abroad as a Salvation Army organizer and (San Francisco) WAR CRY editor. He was among the first representatives of the Army in Hawaii in the 1890's and was the army's spokesman in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War and the subsequent Filipino insurrection.

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Scope and Contents

Along the way Major Milsaps kept a meticulous seventy-three volume diary which chronicles not only his army activities, but also a host of general observations useful to researchers. In addition, the Milsaps Papers contain extensive scrapbooks of personal and salvationist material, personal correspondence and an extensive photographic collections. Similarly, the papers contain a significant body of Salvation Army literature and ephemera unique in this country. When the only complete "run" of the WAR CRY in existence and Milsaps' personal library in Special Collections were added to the Milsaps collection holdings, it became one of the most significant bodies of Salvation Army materials in the United States.

Finally, the collection includes certain materials that may prove useful to researchers concerned neither with Milsaps personally or the Salvation Army in general. The Milsaps Papers contain, for example, the Major's collection of autographs, many of which bear on nineteenth century American politics, especially in the state of Ohio. Also in the collection is a group of scrapbooks dealing with such diverse topics as the Galveston Storm of 1900 and the San Francisco Earthquake. Of unusual interest too is the body of materials Major Milsaps collected in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War which may aid some scholars interested in that conflict or the subsequent insurrection. There is also an extensive collection of materials relating to the history of Slavery.

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Arrangement

The Milsaps papers are arranged in Series (A,B,C, D, etc.) according to either material type or emphasis. Series "A", for example, centers around Milsaps' personal life, while Series "B" and "C" concern the Salvation Army with little regard to Milsaps himself.
Arrangement
Series A - Personal Material
Series B - Salvation Army Pamphlets and Songbooks
Series C - Photos
Series D - Philippines
Series E - Hawaii
Series F - Hawaiian Language
Series G - Missions - Hawaii
Series H - Missions - Asia
Series I - Missions - Africa and Middle East
Series J - Missions - North, Central and South America
Series K - Missions - Chinese Language
Series L - Missions - General
Series M - Religious Pamphlets - General
Series N - Religious Pamphlets - Baptist
Series O - Religious Pamphlets - Catholic
Series P - Religious Pamphlets - Lutheran, Methodist, Quaker, et. al.
Series Q - Religious Pamphlets - Mormon
Series R - Sermons - Author Known
Series S - Sermons - Author Unknown
Series T - Temperance Pamphlets
Series U - Slavery Pamphlets
Series V - Black Pamphlets
Series W - United States - History - 1492 - 1839.
Series X - United States - History - 1840 - 1849.
Series Y - United States - History - 1850 - 1860.
Series Z - United States - History - 1861-1865, Civil War
Series AA - United States - History - Reconstruction Era, 1865-1877.
Series BB - United States - History - 1866 - 1899.
Series CC - United States - History - 1900 - 1932.
Series DD - United States - Economic Policy - Trade, Banking, Revenue.
Series EE - United States - Economic Policy - Money and Currency: Free Silver Debate.
Series FF - United States - Foreign Relations - Spanish America (Canals).
Series GG - Texas - History
Series HH - Texas - Railroad and Land Development Literature
Series II - Houston and Suburbs - Boosterism Literature (1890's - 1920's).
Series JJ - Crockett, Davy, 1786 - 1836 - Pamphlets (Almanacs)
Series KK - Immigration Pamphlets
Series LL - Peace Pamphlets
Series MM - Germany - World War, 1914 - 1918.
Series NN - Travel Pamphlets
Series OO - Indians of North America
Series PP - Japan - Pamphlets
Series QQ - Language & Languages
Series RR - Language & Languages - Arabic
Series SS - Mines and Mineral Resources
Series TT - Museums and Expositions
Series UU - Libraries - Pamphlets
Series VV - Books, Music, Arts & Crafts, Collecting (also Milsaps Cigar Bands)
Series WW - Bookplates
Series XX - Autograph Collection and Autograph Bible
Series YY - Scrapbooks (13 listed, one missing)
Series ZZ - Map Case Items

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Access to vault materials is by appointment with Archives department.

Use Restrictions

None.

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Index Terms

Subjects
Afro-American Fair and Inter-state Exposition (Houston, Tex.)
African Americans
Agriculture--Texas
Anti-slavery movements--United States
Camp Logan Riot (Houston, Tex.), 1917
Campaign literature, 1928
Fig--Texas--Marketing
Fruit-culture--Texas
Galveston Hurricane, 1900
Galveston Hurricane, 1915
Hawaiians--Missions
Houston Fair and Exposition (1921)
Hurricanes--Galveston (Tex.)
Missionary work
Petroleum industry and trade--Texas
Public libraries--Texas--Houston
Railroads--Texas
Real estate development--Texas
Real estate development--Texas--Houston
Rice--Planting--Texas
Riots--Texas--Houston
San Francisco Earthquake, 1906
Slavery--United States
Suburbs--Texas--Houston
Sugar growing--Texas
Temperance--United States
Organizations
Gulf Coast Land and Orchard Company
Houston Memorial Building Corporation
Houston Public Library (Tex.)
Salvation Army
Places
Aldine Park (Houston, Tex.)
Alvin (Tex.)
Austin (Tex.)--Description and travel
Burnet Beach (Houston, Tex.)
Central Park (Houston, Tex.)
Corpus, Christi (Tex.)--Description and travel
Dallas (Tex.)--Description and travel
El Paso (Tex.)--Description and travel
Falfurrias (Tex.)--Description and travel
Fort Worth (Tex.)--Description and travel
Galveston (Tex.)--Description and travel
Hawaii--Description and travel--1880-1911
Hawaii--History--To 1893
Houston (Tex.)--Description and travel
Houston (Tex.)--Industries
Houston Heights (Houston, Tex.)
La Porte (Tex.)
Magnolia Park (Houston, Tex.)
Odem (Tex.)--Description and travel
Pearland (Tex.)
Philippines
Philippines--Description and travel--1880-1918
Philippines--History--Revolution, 1896-1898
San Antonio (Tex.)--Description and travel
San Jose (Tex.)--Description and travel
San Leon (Tex.)--Description and travel
Southampton (Houston, Tex.)
Southland (Houston, Tex.)
Sunnyside Farms (Tex.)
Texas--History--19th century
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
United States--Race relations
Waco (Tex.)--Description and travel
Westmoreland Farms (Bellaire, Tex.)
Winnie (Tex.)--Description and travel
Other Names
Ideson, Julia, 1880-1945
Milsaps, John E. T., 1852-1932

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Related Material

Due to the size of the electronic file, the online version of this guide is divided into 7 parts:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

John E. T. Milsaps Collection. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

Processing Information

The Japanese color prints were formerly shelved with the Milsaps books in the stacks. They were unfolded, repaired by Charles Arbore, and encapsulated.

The religious papers and journals were formerly listed under Series F (Miscellaneous), Box 2, "Evangelical Newspapers, ca. 1900." The Philippine newspapers were in the same box, but do not appear to be religious papers. The other items were formerly listed under Series F (Miscellaneous), Box 1, folders 8 ("Civil War Commission") and 9 (Miscellaneous Documents"). They have been taken out of folders, encapsulated and placed in the Map Case, along with the religious papers, the newspapers, the Japanese prints, the map of Milsap's travels, and the 1897 drawing of Milsaps made by Leon Boiller, and the photo of Milsaps in old age.

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 John Milsaps Diaries, 1852-1930 

The Milsaps diaries were microfilmed as part of a cooperative effort between the Houston Metropolitan Research Center and the Salvation Army Archives in New York. As part of the project, the Salvation Army produced these microfilm copies for use by HMRC patrons.

Roll 1 -- Vols. 1-7, 1852-1899

Roll 2 -- Vols. 8-17, 1899-1902

Roll 3 -- Vols. 18-25, 1903-1905

Roll 4 -- Vols. 26-33, 1905-1909

Roll 5 -- Vols. 34-41, 1909-1912

Roll 6 -- Vols. 42-48, 1912-1915

Roll 7 -- Vols. 49-57, 1915-1921

Roll 8 -- Vols. 58-65, 1921-1927

Roll 9 -- Vols. 66-69, 1927-1930

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Detailed Description

 

Series AA: United States - History - Reconstruction Era Pamphlets

BoxFolder
11Amicus. "The Rebel States. The President and Congress. Reconstruction, and the Executive Power of Pardon." 1866.
2Atlantic Monthly. "The Usurpation." 1866.
3"Bericht der Congress - Committee Uber die Reconstructions-Frage." (In German) 1865.
4Brown, B. Gratz. "The Reform Movement." 1972.
5Brownlow, Wm. G. "Report Regarding the Late State Elections at the Regular Sessions, Nov. 1865." 1866.
6Busteed, Richard, and White, Alexander. "The Heathen Chinee. `Ways That Are Dark, and Tricks That Are Vain.'" ca. 1874.
7Butler, Benjamin. "Lecture Delivered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music." 1866.
8"Call to National Union Convention." 1866.
9"Can the Nation Trust the Democratic Party?" Campaign Document, 1876.
10Carey, Henry. "Shall We Have Peace Financial and Peace Political?" 1869.
11Carey, Henry. "To Friends of the Union Throughout the Union." 1876.
12Chanler, John. "Speech in the House of Representatives on Southern Confiscation Bill." 1867.
13Chanler, John. "This is a White Workingman's Government. Suffrage in the District of Columbia. Speech of Hon. John W. Chanler, of New York. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 12, 1866."
14Coburn, John, "Ku Klux Outrages." 1872.
15Cook, Burton C. "Speech on Reconstruction, Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 17, 1866."
16Cox, Samuel S. "Amnesty For All. Speech of Hon. S.S. Cox, House of Representatives, January 10, 1876."
17(Davis, Jefferson). "Debate on Pensioning Jefferson Davis." 1879.
18Davis, Joseph J. "Southern Claims. Speech of Hon. Joseph J. Davis of North Carolina. House of Representatives, May 29, 1878."
19"Demokratische Betrugereien." (In German) 1867.
20"Facts For the People. No. 2. The Political Issues of the Day." n.d.
21Goodwin, Parke. "The Movement of Political Opinion and Its Relations to Existing Controversy. An Address Delivered Before the Young Man's Democratic Club." 1877.
22"The Great Usurpation. The United States Under the Confederate Senate and House of Representatives." ca. 1878-79.
23(Hancock, Winfield S.). "Winfield S. Hancock's Defiance of the Reconstruction Acts. Record From Official Sources of Hancock's Administration of Civil Affairs in 1867-68 in Louisiana and Texas." 1868.
24Hare, Judge. "Loyalty and Disloyalty." n.d.
25Hendricks, Thomas. "Reconstruction Speech in U.S. Senate." 1868.
26(Howard, O.O.) "The Special Court of Inquiry Upon Charges Against Brigadier General O.O. Howard." 1874.
27"Ist der Suden zur Restoration Bereit?" (In German) n.d.
28Morton, O.P. "Rede Uber die Constitutialitat der Reconstruktionsgesetze." (In German) 1868.
29Ross, E.G. "Political Leaders of the Reconstruction Period." 1924.
30Schofield, John M. "Controversies in the War Department." Century Magazine, August 1897.
31Seward, William H. "The Situation and the Duty. Speech at Auburn, N.Y. October 31, 1868."
32Shellabarger, S. "Reconstruction Speech." 1866.
33Stevens, Thaddeus. "Reconstruction. Speech of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania, Delivered in the House of Representatives, March 10, 1866."
34United States Congress. "Report of the Committee on Reconstruction." 1866.
35United States. Supreme Court. "The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution Considered. The Right to Pursue Any Lawful Trade or Avocation, Without Other Restraint Than Such As Equally Affects All Persons, Is One Of the Priveleges Of Citizens of the United States Which Can Not Be Abridged By State Legislation. Dissenting Opinions of Mr. Justice Field, Mr. Justice Bradley, and Mr. Justice Swayne, of U.S. Supreme Court, in the New Orleans Slaughter-House Cases". December Term, 1870 Pub. 1873.
36United States. Supreme Court. "The Unconstitutionality of Test Oaths For Past Conduct." 1866.
37Williams, Thomas. "The Reconstruction of the Union. Speech of Hon. Thomas Williams, of Pennsylvania, Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 10, 1866."
38Windom, William. "The Union Policy vs. the President's Policy. Speech of Hon. William Windom, of Minnesota, Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 14, 1866."

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Series BB: United States - History - 1866-1899 Pamphlets

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11Adams, Herbert R. "Work Among Working Women in Baltimore. A Social Study." 1889.
2Arizona. "Report of the Governor of Arizona." 1893.
3Arizona. "Report of the Governor of Arizona." 1894.
4Arizona. "Report of the Governor of Arizona." 1895.
5Arizona. "Report of the Governor of Arizona." 1896.
6Arizona. "Report of the Governor of Arizona." 1897.
7"Die Ausgaben der Regierung." 1868.
8Bullitt, John C. "Argument on Behalf of Petitioner Fitz John Porter." Before the Advisory Board of Officers at West Point, January 6th, 1879.
9Chanler, John W. "This Is a White Workingman's Government. Suffrage in the District of Columbia. Speech by Hon. John W. Chanler of New York in House of Representatives, January 12, 1866."
10Codman, John. "Free Ships: the Restoration of the American Carrying Trade." 1878.
11Davis, Cusaman K. "Plans and Policy of the Republican Party." ca. 1892.
12"Every-Day Law For Every-Day People. (The Oxford Handy Helps)." 1892.
13(Garfield, James A.) "A Tribute to James Abram Garfield, by William Pierson." 1881.
14(Grant, Ulysses S.) "Lives and Eminent Public Services of Grant and Colfax." 1868.
15Gunckel, Lewis. "Speech On Equalization of Soldier's Bounties." 1875.
16Harrison, General Benjamin. "Reception Speeches of Gen. Benj. Harrison, Republican Nominee for President, to Committees and Delegations From Various Sections of the United States. Published by the Indiana Republican State Central Committee." 1888.
17Hawley, Joseph P. "The Upshot of a Democratic Congress. Speech of Hon. Joseph R. Hawley of Connecticut in House of Representatives, on the Bill Regulating the Pay and Appointment of Deputy Marshalls." 1880.
18Haynes, John. "Popular Election of United States Senators." 1893.
19(Hendricks, Thomas A.) "Public Life of Thomas A. Hendricks, Democratic Candidate for Vice President. Compiled by an Old Acquaintance." 1884.
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21Hunt, Clarence M. "Wage Earners, Take Notice! To Members of Sister Organizations and Wage Earners Throughout the State." California. 1897.
2Jenkins Walworth. "Prostitution and Its Management." 1873.
3Kellogg, William P. "Steamship Line to Mexico. Speech of Hon. Wm. P. Kellogg of Louisiana in U.S. Senate, February 2, 1871."
4(Li Hung Chang). Newspaper Clippings. 1896.
5Manignault, G. "The Signs of the Times, by G. Manignault, of South Carolina." Post Civil War.
6Michigan. "The Constitution of Michigan as Proposed For Amendment and Submitted to the People in the Form of a Joint Resolution." 1874.
7Montana. "Legislative Manual." 1895.
8"National Conference on Practical Reform of Primary Elections." 1898.
9Nevada. "Biennial Message of Governor L.R. Bradley." 1875.
10New Mexico. "Speech of Hon. Frederick H. Teese of New Jersey in House of Representatives on the Admission of New Mexico." 1876.
11Newberry, J.S. "The First Oilwell. The Birthday of a Great Industry." Harper's Magazine, October, 1890.
12"Politics and the School Question. Attitude of the Republican and Democratic Parties." 1876.
13San Francisco, Cal. "Annual Report for the Year Ending May 5, 1900, of Old Peoples' Home." 1900.
14San Francisco, Cal. "San Francisco Vigilance Committees, by Wm. T. Coleman." Century Magazine, November 1891.
15San Francisco, Cal. "Why the Proposed New Charter Should Not Be Accepted. Municipal Reform League of San Francisco." 1896.
16Shellabarger, S. "The Domestic Commerce of the United States. Republished From the International Review, November-December, 1874."
17"The Sorehead War: A Campaign Satire." ca. 1872.
18Southall, James C. "Cheap Transportation. Delivered Before the American Cheap Transportation Association, in Richmond, Virginia." December 2, 1874.
19(Tilden, Samuel J.) "The Cipher Dispatches." New York Tribune Extra No. 44. 1879.
20(Tilden, Samuel J.) "Letter to a Politician, by Horace Greeley." 1877.

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Series CC: United States - History - 1900-1932 Pamphlets

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11Cunniff, M.G. "What a City Might Be." 1905.
2Eckels, James. ""Address of Hon. James H. Eckels to Laboring Men (in) Chicago." Republican Campaign Document." 1900.
3Evans, Lynden. "An Address to the Voters of the 9th Congressional District of Illinois." 1912.
4"Fighting Chicago's Crime Trusts." 1916.
5Fisher, Sydney C. "The American Revolution and the Boer War."
6Foulke, Didley. "Democratic Platforms; Expansion by Jefferson; The Democratic Ice Trust." Republican Campaign Document. 1900.
7"Lincoln-Douglas Souvenir Edition." (The Charleston Weekly News). 1908.
8McKinley, William. "Letter From McKinley to Henry Cabot Lodge, Accepting Nomination for the Presidency, in the Bohemian Language." 1900.
9(McKinley, William) "The Chop House or the Soup House?" Republican Campaign Document. 1900.
10(McKinley, William) "An Era of Progress and Prosperity Under President McKinley's Administration....The German Vote and the `Imperialism' Bugaboo." 1900.
11(McKinley, William) "Republican Party Triumphs. Lincoln and McKinley Comparison...Art of Humbuggery." Campaign Document. 1900.
12(McKinley, William) "Speech of Senator Lodge Notifying President McKinley of his Nomination." Republican Campaign Document. 1900.
13(McKinley, William) Newspaper Clippings Re McKinley's Assassination. September, 1901.
14(McKinley, William) Newspaper Clippings Re McKinley's Assassination. September, 1901.
15(McKinley, William) Newspaper Clippings Re McKinley's Assassination. September, 1901.
16Maher, Edward. "Take the Judges Out of Politics by Voting the Non-Partisan Judicial Ticket." 1915.
17Minnesota. "The Minnesota State Prison." 1908.
18Montana. "Message of Governor Joseph K. Toole to the Seventh Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana." 1901.
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21Official Program, U.S. Army Tournament, Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois. July 4-14, 1910.
2"A Patriotic Celebration of July 4th for Chicago." 1910.
3Presidential Campaign of 1928. Pro-Hoover Literature.
4Presidential Campaign of 1928. Pro-Smith Literature.
5Presidential Campaign of 1928. Anti-Smith Literature.
6The Protestant. "Who's Who in Congress." 1924.
7Riis, Jacob A. "Republican Campaign Documents." 1900.
8"The Robert E. Lee Memorial School of Engineering: a Great Enterprise." n.d.
9(Robins, Raymond) "The Story of Raymond Robin's Life. Progressive Party Nominee For United States Senator From Illinois." 1914.
10(Robins, Raymond) "For the Honor of Illinois. Why Sullivan and Sherman Should Be Defeated and Raymond Robins Elected United States Senator, by George C. Sikes." 1914.
11Ronzone, B.A. "Are the Italians a Menace to the United States?" n.d.
12Roosa, D.B. St. John. "The Need of State Endowment For the Advancement of Medical Science." 1900.
13Roosevelt, Theodore. "Governor Roosevelt Accepts the Nomination of the Republican Party to the Office of Vice-President." 1900.
14Roosevelt, Theodore. "Confession of Faith Before the Progressive National Convention." 1912.
15Rural Free Delivery Service. "Development of the Rural Free Delivery System. Reprinted by Authority of Congress." 1902.
16(San Francisco). "San Francisco (on the night of April 18, 1906)". ca. 1906.
17Smith, Alfred E. "Reply to Criticism of Campaign Record Made by William Allen White and Others." 1928.
18(Thompson, William Hale). "Prosperity Parade (Program flyer from Chicago Examiner)" 1915.
19Trustees of the Sanitary District of Chicago. "Memorial Presented to Congress (on) Deep Waterway From Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River." 1900.
20(Yates, Richard) "Yate's Great Speech." 1900.
21Yearbook of the Playground and Recreation Association of America. 1919.

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Series DD: United, States Economic Policy - Trade, Banking, Revenue Pamphlets

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11Appleton, Nathan. "Speech of Mr. Appleton of Mass. in House of Representatives, January 23, 1833, on the Bill to Reduce and Otherwise Alter the Duties on Imports."
2Atkinson, Edward. "On the Collection of Revenue." 1867.
3Bates, I.C. "Speech of Mr. I.C. Bates of Mass. in U.S. Senate Feb. 21, 1844, in defence of the Protective System." Bradford, S.D. "Letters to the Honorable William M. Meredith Secretary of the Treasury, on...the Advantages of Free Trade." 1850.
4Britten, Fred A. "Beefsteak One Dollar a Pound? Speech of Hon. Fred A. Britten of Illinois in the House of Representatives, April 23, 1914."
5Bryan, William. "From Speeches on the Tariff by William J. Bryan and William McKinley." 1896.
6Buchanan, J. "Speech of Mr. Buchanan in U.S. Senate, Sept. 29, 1837, on the Bill Imposing Additional Duties as Depositaries in Certain Cases."
7Buchanan, James. "Independent Treasury Speech of Hon. James Buchanan of Pennsylvania in U.S. Senate. January 22, 1840."
8Burke, Edmund. "The Protective System Considered in Connection With the Present Tariff, in a Series of Twelve Essays, Originally Published in the Washington Union Over the Signature of `Bundelcund.'" 1846.
9Bynum, W.D. "Tariff. A Revenue vs. Protective Tariff." 1884.
10Calhoun, John C. "Mr. Calhoun's Sentiments, Upon the Subject of State Rights, and the Tariff; Together With Copies of the Virginia Resolutions of 1798; of the Kentucky Resolutions of 1799; and of the Decision of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Pronounced in 1799, by Chief Justice M'Kean. (Documents Referred to in the Exposition of Mr. Calhoun)." 1831.
11California State Board of Trade. "California." 1897.
12Carey, H.C. "Commerce, Christianity and Civilization vs. British Free Trade. Letters in Reply to the London Times." 1876.
13Chamberlain, D.H. et al. "The Spanish Treaty Opposed to Tariff Reform." Report of a Committee of Enquiry Appointed by the New York Free-Trade Club. 1885.
14Clapp, Moses E. "Corporation Tax. Speech of Hon. Moses E. Clapp of Minnesota in the Senate of the United States, July 1, 1909."
15Curry, Jabez L.M. "Speech of Jabez L.M. Curry of Alabama on Expenditures and the Tariff, House of Representatives, Feb. 24, 1859."
16Dayton, ____. "Speech of Mr. Dayton of New Jersey on the Tariff, Delivered in the U.S. Senate, April 29, 1844."
17Donnell, E.J. "The True Issue: Industrial Depression and Political Corruption Caused by Tariff Monopolies." 1884.
18Dudley, Thomas H. "How Protection Affects the Farmer." Address Delivered Before the New Jersey State Agricultural Socity at Waverly, Sept. 22, 1882.
19Eckels, James. "Effect of Protective and Free Trade Tariffs Upon Manufacturers and Wage-Earner...Why James Eckels Will Not Support Bryan." Republican Party Campaign Documents. 1900.
20Evans, ____. "Discussion on the Tariff. Reply of Mr. Evans, of Maine, to Mr. McDuffie's Second Speech on the Tariff. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 6 and 7, 1844."
21Fillmore, Millard. "Speech of Mr. Fillmore of New York on the Revenue Bill in the House of Representatives, July 24, 1841."
22Fisher, William Clarke. "American Trade Regulations Before 1789." n.d.
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21Harris, Isham G. "Message of Governor Isham G. Harris of Tennessee to the General Assembly of the State." 1859.
2Henderson, John B. "Speech of Hon. John B. Henderson of Missouri on the Tax on Unmanufactured Cotton." 1866.
3Hill, Thomas. "Money Found." 1896.
4Hudson, Charles. "The Wheat Trade of the Country. Speech of Mr. Charles Hudson of Massachussetts, Delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 26, 1846."
5Kelley, William D. "A Protest Against the Re-Imposition of War Taxes. Speech by Hon, William D. Kelley of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, February 12, 1875. `It Is Labor and Not Coin That Supports the Public Credit and the Frame-Work of Society.'"
6"Letters From the Commercial Correspondent of an Association of Cotton Manufacturers (Reprints From `The Nation')." 1865.
7"The Loco-Foco Party...The Credit of the State...The New Constitution." 1848.
8"The Mechanic and the Tariff." 1896.
9Miller, Jay D. "Finance and Transportation." 1898.
10"Observations on the Late Presidential Veto." 1842.
11Owen, Robert Dale. "Fact For the People Illustrating the Effect of High Duties in Producing Low Prices of Flour, Tobacco and Cotton." 1844.
12Planters Bank of Tennessee. "Report." 1859.
13Poindexter, ____. "Speech of Mr. Poindexter, of Mississippi, On the Subject of Prolonging the Payment of Revenue Bonds, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 7, 1834."
14"Report of a Committee of the Citizens of Boston and Vicinity Opposed to a Further Increase of Duties on Importations." 1827.
15"Report of the Minority Committee on the Negotiation and Sale of State Bonds, Made to the Legislature, 1864." 1865
16"A Review of the Tariff of 1846, in Its Effect Upon the Business and Industry of the Country, in a Series of Articles Contributed to to the Evening Transcipt, over the signature of `Profit and Loss', With a Table Showing the Annual Amount of Our Foreign Imports and Exports For the Last Ten Years." 1855.
17Tod, ____"Mrs. Tod's Speech, on the Bill For the More Effectual Protection and Encouragement of Domestic Manufactures." House of Representatives, February 10th, 1823.
18Walker, J.H. "The Moral Aspect of a Protective Tariff; How It Helps the Wage Worker and Farmer. An Address Delivered Before the Massachusetts Club by J.H. Walker." 1888.
19Wall, ____. "Speech of Mr. Wall of New Jersey in the U.S. Senate, March 23, 1838, on the Bill to Separate the Government From the Banks."
20Wells, David. "Our Burden and Our Strength, or, A Comprehensive and Popular Examination of the Debt and Resources of our Country, Present and Prospective." Loyal Publication Society, No. 54. 1864.
21Wilkeson, S. "How Our National Debt May Be a National Blessing. The Debt is Public Wealth, Political Union, Protection of Industry, Secure Basis for National Currency, the Orphans' and Widows' Savings Fund. By Samuel Wilkeson. Issued by Jay Cooke, General Subscription Agent of the Government Loans." 1865.

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Series EE: United States-Economic Policy - Money and Currency, Free Silver Debate Pamphlets

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11Babcock, J.W. "History of Money and Financial Legislation in the United States. Speech of Hon. J.W. Babcock, of Wisconsin, in the House of Representatives, 1896."
2 copies.
2Babcock, J.W. "A Talk of Four Neighbors About Money and Silver. From the Remarks of Hon. Jos. W. Babcock, of Wisconsin, in the House of Representatives, June 8, 1896."
3Bailey, J.W. "Bailey on Bryan. Extracts From a Speech by Congressman W.W. Bailey, of Texas, Delivered at His Home, Gainesville, Texas, Just After the Nomination of Mr. Bryan." July 18, 1896.
4Beifeld, Joseph. "Address of Joseph Beifeld, Manufacturer and Merchant, Delivered at the Central Music Hall, Chicago, October 17, 1900. Subject: `The Present Campaign From the Standpoint of a Business Man.'"
5Blaine, James G. "Speech of Hon. James G. Blaine, of Maine, in the Senate of the United States, February 7th, 1878. Blaine Against Free Coinage at 16-1." 1896.
6Bryan, William Jennings. "Speech in the House of Representatives on Gold and Silver Coinage, by Hon. Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska." August 16, 1893.
7Caffery, Donelson. "Aldredge on Free Coinage of Silver; From Remarks of Hon. Donelson Caffery of Louisiana, in the Senate of the United States." January 30, 1896.
8Carey, Henry. "Money: a Lecture Delivered Before the New York Geographical and Statistical Society." February, 1857.
9Carlisle, John. "Speech Before Workingmen of Chicago on the Ratio of 16 to 1." Printed as Senate Document No. 256 on the Motion of Senator Vilas, of Wisconsin, May 14, 1896.
10Chittenden, S.B. "Funding the Legal Tender Debt. Speech of Mr. S.B. Chittenden of New York, House of Representatives, Feb. 19, 1876."
11Chittenden, L.E. "New Money's of Lincoln's Administration. Their Origin, Growth and Value." Harper's Magazine, October 1890.
12Cooper, Peter. "A Letter on the Currency." 1875.
13Cowperthwait, J.H. "Money, Silver and Finance." 1896.
14Cunningham, Thomas. "Postal and Fractional Currency." Reprinted From `American Journal of Numismatics.' n.d.
15Dell, Sidney. "Free Silver. 4,000 Gold Bondholders Are Robbing 400 Million Property Holders. `Free Silver is God; Gold is Mammon.'" 1894.
16Estee, M.M. "The Relation of Gold and Silver to Practical Business. Speech by M.M. Estee, Delivered Before the Farmers and Business Men at the Normal School Hall, at San Jose, August 15, 1895."
17"The Folly of Resuming Specie Payment, by Regni Oni Selhcs." 1874.
18"Free Coinage at 16 to 1 - What it Means." 1896.
19"Free Silver and Some Other Things." Republican Campaign Documents. 1900.
20Free Silver Newspaper Clippings. n.d.
21Freeman, Pliny. "The National Standard Rate of Interest as a Regulator. Correspondence Between Pliny Freeman, President of the Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, and Hon. Hugh McCulloch, Secretary of the Treasury. March 20, 1865 to November 22, 1865." 1872.
22Gordon, ____. "Letter on Finance From Senator Gordon. The Heroic Remedy a Herioc Ruin. Shall We Have the People's Money or be Taxed For National Bank Notes?" 1874.
23Gouge, William. "Short History of Paper-Money and Banking In the United States, Including an Account of Provincial and Continental Paper-Money. To Which is Prefixed An Inquiry Into the Principles of the System." 2nd ed. 1835.
24"Green-Back to His Country Friends. To the Consituents of the 37th Congress, Now Assembled in Washington." New York, June 20, 1862.
25Grier, John A. "Our Silver Coinage and its Relation to Debts and the World-Wide Depression in Prices. With an Appendix Noting Events to August, 1889." 1889.
26Harvey, W.H. "The Rise of Gold. Speech of W.H. Harvey at Springfield, Illinois." Newspaper Clippings. 1896.
27Hill, David Jayne. "The Vital Issue, An Honest Dollar the Basis of Prosperity." Campaign Document. 1900.
28Hill, Thomas E. "Money Found. Brought Into the Absolutely Reliable Government Banks, Established in the Interest of and Owned by the Whole People. Plenty of Money For All Borrowers." 1893.
29Jevons, Stanley. "Money and the Mechanism of Exchange, by W. Stanley Jevons, Professor of Logic and Political Economy in the Owens College, Manchester." The Humboldt Library of Science. In Two Parts; Part i. 1883.
30Jones, James K. "Silver Coinage and Coin Redemption. Speech of Hon. James K. Jones, of Arkansas, in the Senate of the United States, Friday, January 10, 1896."
31Kennedy, D.F. "Bryan - the Prophet. His Numerous Predictions, and How They Have Stood the Test of Time. Most Sweeping Indictment in American Politics...Convicted Out of His Own Mouth on Many Counts. By D.F. Kennedy, of Indiana." Campaign Document. 1896.
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21Morgan, F.D. "Bimettalism. How to Gain $500 and Upward From a $10 Investment. Greater Gains in Proportion. Compliments of F.D. Morgan, Banker and Bullion Broker, 64 Wall Street." 1896.
2"No More Taxes! A Full Supply of `Current Money of the Realm'. Greenbacks and 3.65 Currency Bonds Interchangeable. Henry Carey Baird's Resolution, Philadelphia Board of Trade, Dec. 15, 1873."
3Overstreet, Jesse. "Financial Bill to Firmly Fix Gold as the Standard of Value in Unequivocal Terms, Made Fully Operative by All Proper Safeguards, and Dispel All Lingering Doubt From the Mind of the Public, Relative to its Monetary Standard...From Remarks of Hon. Jesse Overstreet, Of Indiana in the House of Representatives."
4Preston, Robert E. "Currency Reform. Sound Money. Free Coinage. History of the Monetary Legislation and of the Currency System of the United States, Embodying Rare and Invaluable Documents: Robert Morris, On a Coinage Scheme For the United States. Thomas Jefferson, Notes on a Money Unit. Alexander Hamilton, Report on the Establishment of a Mint. John Sherman, On the Part Silver Should Play in Our Currency System. By Hon. Robert E. Preston, Director of the Mint. Followed by a Speech on Our Currency System, by Hon. James H. Eckels, Comptroller of the Currency." 1896.
5"Proposed Purchase of the Presidency For William Jennings Bryan, by the Silver Trust." Campaign Document. 1896.
6Roberts, Isaac. "Wages, Fixed Incomes and the Free Coinage of Silver, or the Danger Involved in the Free Coinage of Silver at the Rate of 16 to 1: To All Wage-Earners and Workingmen; to Clerks and Persons Holding Salaried Positions, and to All Persons With Fixed Incomes." 1896.
7Rogers, Taylor. "Scientific Money. An American Dollar Should Have Only These Qualities, etc." 1894.
2 copies.
8"Silver and Wages. What Effect the Independent Free Opinage of Silver Will Have Upon Labor and Wages." 1896.
9"16 to 1..Seigniorage..Owners of Silver Mines..Politicians..88 Per Cent." Presidential Campaign. 1896.
10Stewart, William. "The Silver Question. Bondholders' Conspiracy to Demonetize Silver. Legislation Affecting National Debt and Gold and Silver. Unfaithful Treasury Officials. Hostility of National Banks. Independent Financial Policy for the United States. Free Coinage or Enforcement of Existing Laws." 1885.
11Steward, William. "How Silver Was Demonetized. Speech of Hon. William M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, Thursday, June 5, 1890."
12Stewart, William. "Remonetization of Silver. Speech of Hon. William M. Stewart, of Nevada, in the Senate of the United States, Thursday, May 22, 1890."
13"The Story of the Silverthorn Family. The Silver Question, by a Fellow Who Has No Bullion For Sale." 1896.
14Terry, William L. "The Battle of the Standards. The Great Issue Before the American People. 48 Propositions in Favor of the Free Coinage of Silver. Speech of Hon. William L. Terry, of Arkansas in the House of Representatives, Friday, December 27, 1895."
15"That Crime of `73. The Truth the Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth." 1896.
16Tingman, J.H. "That Demon Gold Which is Destroying the United States." 1896.
2 copies.
17Towne, Charles. "Silver Restoration - the Duty of the Republican Party. Speech of Hon. Chas. A. Towne, of Minnesota, in the House of Representatives, Saturday, February 8, 1896."
18Treadwell, J.W. "Answer to Hon. S.M. White, United States Senator From California, by J.W. Treadwell, Currency Expert. Extract From California Banker's Magazine, Vol XIII, No. 4." 1896.
19Waterloo, Stanley. "Honest Money. `Coin's' Fallacies Exposed." 1895.
20"What Free Silver Will Do to the Wheat Grower (by) a North Dakota Wheat Farmer." 1896.
21Wisner, Edward. "Cash vs. Coin. An Answer to 'Coin's Financial School'." 1895.
22Wood, Stanley. "Stanley Wood's Answer to `Coin's Financial School'." 1895.
23Worrall, John C. "The Money Question. Some Statistics on the Subject - History of Silver and Relations of the Parties Thereto. Effect Free Coinage Would Have Upon Business. (By) Captain John W. Worrall, Deputy State Statistician, in a Speech at Danville, Ind., Saturday, July 18, 1896."
(Milsaps notation in pencil on first page: "This pamphlet was Picked up at Chinese Camp, Cal., Garrett's Saloon, Aug. 27th, 1896. The spirit of desolation rests upon this place.")

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Series FF: United States - Foreign Relations - Spanish America

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11Abbot, H.L. "The Present Status of the Panama Canal." 1898.
2Bunau-Varilla, Philippe. "Nicaragua or Panama." 1901.
3"Catechism of the Mexican War, by a Farmer." ca. 1846.
4Corthell, E.L. "An Exposition of the Errors and Fallacies of Rear-Admiral Ammen's Pamphlet." 1886.
5Corthell, E.L. "The Interoceanic Problem and Its Scientific Solution." 1885.
6Gallatin, Albert. "Peace With Mexico." 1847.
7Lochner, Louis. "Mexico - Whose War?" 1919.
8McLane, ____. "Panama Mission." 1826.
9"Nicaragua Canal Discussion Before the American Association for the Advancement of Science." 1887.
10Nimmo, Joseph. "The Proposed Nicaragua Canal - An Impracticable Project." 1895.
11Official Text of the Report of the Nicaragua Canal Commission. 1899.
12Scott, Winfield. "General Scott's Correspondence With Hon. W.L. Marcy, Secretary of War Under President Polk." 1848.
13Taylor, George. "Speech of Hon. George Taylor, of New York, on the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty." 1858.
14Thomson, Arthur. "The Conspiracy Against Mexico." 1920.
15Turner, John. "Hands Off Mexico." 1920.
16Webster, Sidney. "The Diplomacy and Law of the Isthmian Canals." (Harper's Magazine, September 1893)

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Series GG: Texas - History

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11Anderson, Charles. "Texas, Before, and on the Eve of the Rebellion." 1884.
2Barbey, Theodore. "Le Texas, par Theodore Barbey, Consul de Texas a Paris et Negociant Commissionnaire au Havre." 1841.
3Blandis, I.M.E. "From Gonzales to San Jacinto." 1897.
4Blankenship, Mattie. "A Statistical and Descriptive Poem of Texas." 1892.
5Bringhurst, Nettie (youngest daughter of Sam Houston). "Poems of Patriotism." n.d.
6Channing, William Ellery. "A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Annexation of Texas to the United States." 1837.
7Davis, Mollie. "Ode to Texas." n.d.
8DeCordova, J. "Lecture on Texas, Delivered by Mr. J. DeCordova at Philadelphia, New York, Mount Holly, Brooklyn and Newark...Also, a Paper Read by Him Before the New York Geographical Society, April 15, 1858."
9De Zavala, Adina. "History and Legends of the Alamo." 1917.
10Fay, John. "The Galveston Tragedy." (Cosmopolitan Magazine, November, 1900)
11Fournel, Henri. "Coup d'Oeil Historique et Statistique Sur Le Texas." 1841.
12Galveston Harbor. "Argument of W.L. Moody...on Senate Bill 1652...to Provide for the Improvement of Galveston Harbor." 1884.
13Gorostiza, Manual Eduardo de. "Examination and Review of a Pamphlet Printed and Secretly Circulated by M.E. Gorostiza, Late Envoy Extraordinary From Mexico; Previous to His Departure From the United States, and By Him Entitled `Correspondence Between the Legation Extraordinary of Mexico and the Department of State of the United States Respecting the Passage of the Sabine, By the Troops Under the Command of General Gaines.'" 1837.
14High Private. "Walkabouts. Dedicated to the Young Men of Texas by High Private." n.d.
15(Houston, Samuel) "Life of General Sam Houston." n.d.
16Houston, Samuel. "Speech of the Hon. Sam Houston of Texas in Reply to and Explanation of Articles Published in the Southern Press." 1850.
17Houston, Samuel. "The Texan Navy. Speech of Mr. Houston, of Texas, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 31, 1846, On the Bill Authorizing the President to Increase the Naval Establishment of the United States, by Adding Thereto the Naval Establishment of the Late Republic of Texas."
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21Ikin, Arthur. "Texas: Its History, Topography, Agriculture, Commerce, and General Statistics. To Which Is Added, a Copy of the Treaty of Commerce Entered Into By the Republic of Texas and Great Britain. Designed For the Use of the British Merchant and As a Guide to Emigrants. By Arthur Ikin, Texian Consul." London, 1841.
2Jackson, President Andrew. "Message From the President of the United States, Transmitting Reports From the Secretaries of State and War, With the Papers Accompanying the Same." (On the Texas Border Controversy) 1836.
3Kittrell, Norman. "The Battle-field of San Jacinto. An Historical Sketch." 1923.
4Maxey, Samuel Bell. "Texas. By Ex-Senator Samuel Bell Maxey." (Harper's Magazine, September 1893)
5National Democratic Convention. "Official Souvenir Program, Houston, Texas, June 26, 1928."
6Nona, Francis. "Patriotic Texan Hymns From the Fall of the Alamo." 1879.
7Phillips, Edwin. "Texas, and Its Late Military Occupation. By an Officer of the Army." 1862.
8"Poems of the Alamo." n.d.
9Polk, James. "Hostilities by Mexico. Message From the President of the United States, Relative to an Invasion and Commencement of Hostilities by Mexico. May 11, 1846."
10Rives, William. "Speech of the Hon. William C. Rives, of Virginia, on the Resolution For the Annexation of Texas. In Senate United States - February 15, 1845."
11Rogers, Austin. "A Pre-Arranged Head End Collision." December, 1896.
12Sedgwick, Theodore. "Thoughts on the Proposed Annexation of Texas to the United States. First Published in the New York Evening Post, Under the Signature of VETO, (Theodore Sedgwick.) Together With the Address of Albert Gallatin, Delivered at the Tabernacle Meeting, Held on the 24th of April, 1844." 2nd edition.
13Sedgwick, Theodore. "Thoughts on the Proposed Annexation of Texas to the United States. First Published in the New York Evening Post, Under the Signature of VETO." 1844.
(Copy 2)
14Sedgwick, Theodore. "Thoughts on the Proposed Annexation of Texas to the United States. First Published in the New York Evening Post, Under the Signature of VETO." 1844.
(Copy 3)
15(Steele, Alfonso) "Biography of Private Alfonso Steele, Last Survivor of the Battle of San Jacinto." Post 1904.
15"Texas: an English Question." 1837.
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31Texas. Republic. "Laws of the Republic of Texas, in Two Volumes. Printed by Order of the Secretary of State. Volume 1." Houston, 1838.
2Texas. Republic. "Laws of the Republic of Texas. Volume Third. By Order of the Secretary of State." Houston, 1838.
[Vol. 2, pt. 2 (numbered 3)]
3Texas. Republic. "Laws Passed at the 2nd Session of the 2nd Congress of the Republic of Texas, April and May, 1838."
4Texas. Republic. "Laws of the Republic of Texas, Passed at the Session of the Fifth Congress. Printed by Order of the Secretary of State." Houston, 1841.
5Texas. Republic. "Laws Passed by the Seventh Congress of the Republic of Texas. Published by Authority." Washington, 1843.
6Texas. Republic. "Laws Passed by the Ninth Congress, of the Republic of Texas. Published by Authority." Washington, 1845.
7Texas. Republic. "Constitution of the State of Texas." 1845.
8Texas. Republic. "Constitution of the State of Texas. (Adapted Unanimously in Convention, at the City of Austin, 1845). An Ordinance in Relation to Colonization Contracts. An Ordinance Assenting to the Proposals of the United States Congress for the Annexation of Texas." Houston, 1845.
9Texas State Register for 1876, and Until July Fourth, the One Hundredth of the Independence of the United States. Published by A. Hanford, Galveston.
10Treherne, Edward Russell. "The Great Texas Oil Fields." (Cosmopolitan Magazine, July, 1901)
11United States. Senate, 28th Congress. "Proceedings of the Senate and Documents Relative to Texas, From Which the Injunction Has Been Removed." 1844.
12(Watrous, Judge). "Speech of Hon. George S. Houston, of Alabama, on the Impeachment of Judge Watrous; Delivered in the House of Representatives, December 15, 1858."
(Watrous was involved in Texas land grant disputes.)
13Winkler, E.W. "The Alamo: a Memorial to Texan Heroism, by E.W. Winkler, State Librarian." 1916.
14World War, 1914-1918. "359th Infantry, Texas Brigade, 1918."

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Series HH: Texas - Railroad and Land Development Literature.

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11"Alvin, Texas." ca. 1909.
2"Austin Souvenir. With Compliments of the Business Men's League, Austin, Texas." ca. 1910.
3"Beautiful San Antonio." 1904.
4Corpus Christi. ca. 1910.
(2 items)
5Dallas. 1910.
(6 items from the Dallas Chamber of Commerce)
6"The Development Dollar." March, 1912.
7"Did You Know?" 1909.
8"Dry Farming in West Texas." ca. 1909.
9"El Paso & Ciudad Juarez." 1897.
10"El Paso & the Southwestern System. The Short Line Between the Great Southwest, etc." Map & Time Table. n.d.
11Elliott, John. "All About Texas." 1888.
12"Facts About Fort Worth." ca. 1909.
13"Facts About Gonzales." 1910.
14Falfurrias and the Parrita Ranch. 1910.
(8 items)
15Fort Worth Board of Trade brochure. 1903.
16Galveston - letter and card. 1910.
17"The Galveston-Texas City Gulf Coast District." n.d.
18"Galveston, the Playground of the Great Southwest." 1910.
19"Galveston, the Texas Port and Playground." ca. 1918.
20"Greater Texas & the Coast Country." 1910.
(2 copies)
21"Greater Texas - the Lower Coast Country & the Lower Rio Grande Valley." ca. 1908.
22"Growing Figs and Citrus Fruits in Southern Texas." n.d.
23"The Gulf Coast of Texas." 1907.
24"The Gulf Coast of Texas." 1909.
25Gulf Coastings, September 1, 1909.
26"Homeseeker's Rates to Texas." n.d.
(2 copies)
27"Irrigation in the Gulf Coast Country of Texas." 1910.
28La Porte Orchards. ca. 1910.
(5 items)
29"La Porte, Texas, the Great Summer & Winter Resort." n.d.
30Local Time Tables, I. & G.N. Railroad. 1910.
31"The Lucky Dime Oil Company Owns Lands." 1901.
32"The Missions of Texas on the Sunset Route." n.d.
33"Odem, San Patricio County, Texas." 1910.
34"Official Reports and Facts About the Great Texas Coast Country." 1894.
35Rand McNally Pocket Map & Shipper's Guide to Texas. 1898.
36"Sam Houston Oil Company." n.d.
37"San Antonio." 1909.
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21San Antonio Promotional Literature. 1910.
(5 items)
2"San Antonio Tent Colony for Diseases of the Lungs and Throat." ca. 1910.
3"San Antonio, the Great Winter Resort of Texas" & 4 other tiems. 1909.
4"San Antonio Under Sunny Skies." n.d.
5San Jose. 1910.
(7 items)
6"San Leon." ca. 1910.
7Stevens, Walter B. "Through Texas." 1892.
8"Sugar Lands in Texas." ca. 1906.
9"Sunny Southwest Texas." n.d.
10Sunnyside Farms. 1913.
(4 items)
11"Ten Texas Topics." 1903.
12"Texas: a Southwest Empire." 1910.
(2 copies)
13"Texas, a World of Plenty." 1904.
14"The Texas Barnyard." 1911.
15"Texas Gulf Coast." ca. 1910.
(2 copies)
16Texas Gulf Coast Company. n.d.
(2 items)
17Texas Land Map Showing Cultivated and Uncultivated Land. 1909.
18"Texas Railroads: Their Relation to the Development of the State." n.d.
19"Texas Rice Book." 1900.
20"Texas, the Home for the Emigrant From Everywhere." 1875.
21"Texas - The International & Great Northen Country of Texas." n.d.
22"Texas" to the tune of "Dixie." n.d.
23"Texas Tourist Points and Resorts." n.d.
24Texas Towns, Advertisements Booming the Same: Austin, Gainsville, San Antonio, Corsicana, Greenville. 1891.
25"$3,000 to $5,000 a Year." n.d.
26"Timely Tips to Texas Truckers." ca. 1905.
27"To Texas, Via the Houston Central Railroad." 1906.
28"Trails Through Texas." n.d.
29"Waco: Head of Brazos Navigation." ca. 1905.
30"Where to Go for the Winter." n.d.
31Whilldin, M. "A Description of Western Texas." 1876.
32"Winnie on the Upper Gulf Coast." 1908.
33"Winter Resorts of Texas." 1909.
34"Winter Wanderings in Tex-Arcadia." 1907.

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