Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A & M University

Inventory of the Samuel Erson Asbury Papers:

1872-1960



Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Creator Asbury, Samuel E. (Samuel Erson), 1872-1962
Title Inventory of the Samuel Erson Asbury Papers
Dates 1872-1960
Abstract Educated and professionally employed as an agricultural chemist and researcher in fertilizer and feeds, Samuel Erson Asbury's fame rests primarily with his extensive research into Texas history, particularly his discovery of little known primary resources regarding the Texas Revolution, including those concerning Jonas Harrison, John A. Williams, and the journal of Juan Nepomuceno Almonte. Samuel Erson Asbury was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 26, 1872, the son of Felicia Swan (Woodward) and Sidney Monroe Asbury. In 1889, Asbury enrolled in North Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical College in Raleigh, receiving his B.S. in chemistry in 1893. Employed as an instructor at the college, Asbury earned his M.S. by 1896. Between 1895 and 1904, Asbury worked alternately with the North Carolina Experiment Station, the State Chemist's office in Richmond, Virginia, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and the State Chemist of Tennessee. On November 1, 1904 he accepted a position in College Station, Tex., as Assistant State Chemist with the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station on the campus of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. From 1905 to 1915 his work required him to travel throughout East Texas as a fertilizer inspector for Dr. G. S. Frap, the State Chemist. During his business trips, Asbury spent his spare time getting acquainted with the local old-timers, many of them former participants in the Texas Revolution, Civil War, and/or the Reconstruction. Asbury's chief historical interest lay in the Texas Revolution, and he spent much of his time writing an opera, or musical-drama review to illustrate it. Asbury spent the remainder of his career with the experiment station employed in the analysis of fertilizer and feed until his retirement in 1945. Samuel Erson Asbury died in Bryan, Tex. on January 10, 1960 at the age of 89. The Samuel Erson Asbury Papers consist of research materials, correspondence, mainly original contemporary letters and copies of the older correspondence, Asbury's writings and copies of state and national documents, held in eight boxes and one map case drawer occupying approximately twelve linear feet of shelf space. Asbury's broad range of interests is reflected in the variety of topics contained in these papers. Foremost among them are the files of correspondence, the older materials chiefly copies, copies of historical documents, articles and research notes concerning various aspects of Texas history. Also included in the Asbury papers are: articles, short stories, essays, plays, poetry, and a Texas Revolution opera written by Asbury; research notes and correspondence on the cultivation of roses and the growing of plants without soil; articles written about Asbury; correspondence with family members; general correspondence; and photographs of Asbury, his family and friends, and North Carolina A&M College.
Identification Texas MSS 00044
Extent 12 linear feet.
Language English.
Repository Cushing Memorial Library College Station, TX 77843-5000

Biographical Note

Samuel Erson Asbury was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 26, 1872, the son of Felicia Swan (Woodward) and Sidney Monroe Asbury. Asbury spent his childhood traveling with his family from Charlotte to Lincolnton, to Morganton, N. C. while his father attempted to establish a successful business.

In the fall of 1889, Asbury enrolled in North Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical College in Raleigh after first promising his father that he would put his seven brothers and sisters through college also. As a member of the first graduating class at North Carolina A & M, Samuel Asbury received his B.S. in chemistry in 1893. He was then employed as an instructor at the college while he worked on his M.S., which he received in 1896.

Between 1895 and 1904, Asbury worked alternately with the North Carolina Experiment Station, the State Chemist's office in Richmond, Va., the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and the State Chemist of Tennessee. On November 1, 1904 he accepted a position as Assistant State Chemist with the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station on the campus of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. From 1905 to 1915 his work required him to travel throughout East Texas as a fertilizer inspector for Dr. G. S. Frap, the State Chemist. Asbury made the most of the situation by spending his spare time getting acquainted with the local old-timers, many of them participants in the Texas Revolution, Civil War, and/or the Reconstruction. He spent the remainder of his career with the experiment station employed in the analysis of fertilizer and feed until his retirement in 1945. Samuel Asbury died in Bryan, Tex. on January 10, 1960 at the age of 89.

Outside of his work as a chemist, Samuel is known primarily as an authority on Texas history. Asbury considered himself "a hunter and not a writer, " and as such became renowned for looking up little known documents, such as those concerning Jonas Harrison, John A. Williams, and the journal of Juan Nepomuceno Almonte. Asbury's chief historical interest lay in the Texas Revolution, and he spent much of his time writing an opera, or musical-drama review to illustrate it.

Samuel Asbury was also interested in all facets of the Arts. He had extensive scientific, literary, and music libraries, and, although deaf, he also had four Steinway pianos in his living room. All available wall space in his house was covered with framed reproductions of the Masters. He shared his interest with students and townspeople by encouraging them to attend poetry readings, music recitals, and similar functions held at his house.

Another of Asbury's passions was his roses. By experimenting with various strains of roses and kinds of fertilizers, he soon had roses growing on trellises 40 feet high, hiding his house from view. Asbury also did extensive research on the history of Texas roses.


Scope and Content Note

The Samuel Erson Asbury Papers consist of research materials, correspondence, mainly original contemporary letters and copies of the older historical correspondence, Asbury's writings and copies of state and national documents, held in eight boxes and one map case drawer occupying approximately twelve linear feet of shelf space. Asbury's broad range of interests is reflected in the variety of topics contained in these papers. Foremost among them are the files of correspondence, historical documents, articles and research notes concerning various aspects of Texas history. Also included in the Asbury papers are: articles, short stories, essays, plays, poetry, and a Texas Revolution opera written by Asbury; research notes and correspondence on the cultivation of roses and the growing of plants without soil; articles written about Asbury; correspondence with family members; general correspondence; and photographs of Asbury, his family and friends, and North Carolina A & M College.


 

Organization of the Papers

Series 1. contains information from U.S. censuses and Asbury's analysis of population trends from 1790 through 1860.
Series 2. consists of notes, sketches, and plans for Asbury's Texas Revolution Opera. The musical scores for this opera have been placed in a map case drawer and are listed in items separated.
The contents of Series 3., Texas History Research Materials, are arranged according to Asbury's filing system. Each subject heading is assigned a file number (i.e. I. Jonas Harrison,) and most of the items within the file are also numbered. These items are not always in chronological order, and some of the numbered items are missing. Unnumbered documents are arranged by date and placed at the end of the file.
Series 4. contains miscellaneous historical documents and articles, a group of assignments prepared for a writing class and a poetry class taken by Asbury at Harvard in 1908, arranged by date, along with other stories, essays, plays, and poems written by Asbury, and a few pieces of correspondence on roses (1934-1942).
Series 5. consists of Family Correspondence for 1915-1959.
Series 6. continues with General correspondence for 1907-1960.
Series 7. includes photographs of Asbury, his family and friends, and North Carolina A & M College. Larger family photographs are housed separately in a map case drawer.
Series 8. contains L. W. Kemp's Goliad Personnel Files comprised of seven loose leaf binders filled with brief biographical sketches of the men stationed at Goliad. These files are incomplete as the binders containing M-O and S-U are missing.
Series 9. includes several soil surveys for Texas from the U.S. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils.

Restrictions

Access

No restrictions.

Usage Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.


Online Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog of Cushing Memorial Library. Researchers wishing to find related materials should search the catalog under these index terms.
Names
Asbury, Samuel E. (Samuel Erson), 1872-1962
Harrison, Jonas.
Potter, Robert.
Organizations
North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station.
North Carolina State University--Alumni and alumnae.
Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.
Texas A & M University.
United States. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils.
Subjects
Texas--History--Revolution, 1835-1836.
Roses--Breeding.
Roses--Diseases and pests.
Feeds--Research.
Operas--Stories, plots, etc.
Frontier and pioneer life--Texas.
Migration, Internal--United States--History--19th century.
Operas--Scores.
Soil surveys.
Places
Texas--History--Republic, 1836-1846.
Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.)--Siege, 1836.

Separated Material

Items housed separately in a map case drawer include musical scores for Asbury's Texas Revolution opera, artist's drawings of Asbury's composition house, and larger family photographs.


Administrative Information

Provenance

Received from Samuel E. Asbury's estate.

Processed by Nancy Albert in 1982.


Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Series 1. U. S. Census Information and Analysis, 1700-1948.

Contains U.S. Census Information and Analysis.
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1-1 Alabama census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-2 Arkansas census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-3 Delaware census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-4 District of Columbia census information analysis, 1850-1860
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1-5 Florida census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-6 Georgia census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-7 Kentucky census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-8 Louisiana census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-9 Maryland census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-10 Mississippi census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-11 Missouri census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-12 North Carolina census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-13 South Carolina census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-14 Tennessee census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-15 Texas census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-16 Virginia census information and analysis, 1850-1860
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1-17 Orders of U. S. Populations, 1760-1860
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1-18 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1790-1800
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1-19 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1790-1810
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1-20 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1700-1820
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1-21 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1700-1830
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1-22 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1700-1840
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1-23 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1700-1850
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1-24 Orders of U. S. Populations,Percentage Gains and Losses; 1800-1810
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1-25 Orders of U. S. Populations,Percentage Gains and Losses; 1800-1820
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1-26 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1800-1830
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1-27 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1800-1840
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1-28 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1800-1850
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1-29 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1810-1820
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1-30 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1810-1830
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1-31 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1810-1840
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1-32 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1810-1850
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1-33 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1820-1830
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1-34 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1820-1840
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1-35 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1820-1850
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1-36 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1830-1840
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1-37 Orders of U. S. Populations, Percentage Gains and Losses; 1830-1850
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1-38 Study of hypothetical populations, 1790-1850
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1-39 Percentage Gains and Losses; hypothetical vs. actual populations 1790-1850
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1-40 State populations classified according to place of birth and race; 1850-1940
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1-41 State Populations; Percentage white
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1-42 Population composition by state, county, and race; 1860
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1-43 Population composition by state, county, and race; 1880
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1-44 Correspondence regarding census information; 1948



 

Series 2. Texas Revolution Opera.

Includes notes, sketches, schema of orchestration, correspondence.
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1-45 Texas Revolutionopera; sketch of musical scenario of Gonzales Act
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1-46 Texas Revolutionopera; second sketch of scenario for Gonzales Act
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1-47 Texas Revolutionopera; orchestration schema and musical scenario for the Gonzales Act
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1-48 Texas Revolutionopera; Captain Mosely Baker's speech to rescue the Alamo
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1-49 Texas Revolutionopera; introductory remarks for broadcasting the finale of "Gonzales"; 3/29/27
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1-50 Texas Revolutionopera; plan of graphic order of scenes for "Gonzales"
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1-51 Texas Revolutionopera; notes for Gonzales Act; original rough draft
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1-52 Texas Revolutionopera; notes for Gonzales Act; preliminary draft
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1-53 Texas Revolutionopera; notes for Gonzales Act; typescript with index
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1-54 Texas Revolutionopera; notes on dramatic personae of Gonzales Act with index
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1-55 Texas Revolutionopera; letter to Prof. R. D. Brachett regarding stage set for Gonzales Act
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1-56 Texas Revolution Opera; words of finale, "Farewell Gonzales"
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1-57 Texas Revolutionopera; correspondence; 1919-1926
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1-58 Texas Revolutionopera; correspondence; 1928-1930
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1-59 Texas Revolutionopera; draft of introductory remarks
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1-60 Texas Revolutionopera; explanations for "The Mother's Curse"
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1-61 Texas Revolutionopera; Libretto sketches for "Gonzales"



 

Series 3. Texas History. Research Materials on the Revolution and the Republic, 1830s-1940s

Chiefly correspondence and research files on Jonas Harrison, the Alamo, Señora Alavez, Herbert Davenport files, Fannin at Goliad, Robert Potter, the Twin Sisters, Cincinnati Newspapers, Regulator-Moderator War, White Spirituals, Folk Plays, Asbury Family, Woodward Family, Samuel Price Carson, Tennessee Documents, Maryland Documents, Mississippi Documents, New Mexico, Santa Fe Expedition, Harry Arther McArdle, American Historical Association, Repertory of Stories by S. E. Asbury, Congress of Republic of Texas, Articles by S. E. Asbury, Oklahoma Documents, Library of Congress, Texas County Histories, Virginia Documents, William H. Wharton and John A. Wharton, Dr. E. C. Barker Letters, San Jacinto Veterans, Ira Ingram and Seth Ingram, List of Contents of Cabinet Drawers, Governor Jim Hogg, Council House Fight,Seige of Bexar, Battles around San Antonio, Roger Q. Miller, Alexander Horton, Mrs. F. B. McFarland, and Conventions of 1933. Contains files on the Convention of 1836, Provincial Drama Rituals for Texas, Letters of Historians, Texas Newspapers, Civil War, Anson Jones, Louisiana Documents, Arkansas Documents, Kentucky Documents, Yale University, Illinois Documents, Harvard University Papers, South Carolina Documents, Pennsylvania Documents, Indiana Documents, TexasPioneers, Wisconsin Documents, Michigan Documents, California Documents, Massachusetts Documents, Texas Centennial, Phonograph Records of the Bible, Second Hand Magazine, "Bibliography of Lost Texas Documents," State and National Songs, History of Texas Roses, Battle of San Jacinto, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Newspaper Notices, Mexican War, TexasIndians, Thomas J. Rusk, and John A. Williams. Contains files on Maximal Growth Yield in Plants, Anne Raney Thomas, "Almonte's Journal of the Mexican Campaign," Notes for the Alamo Narrative, documents from Bexar, Spanish and Nacogdoches Archives, Polk County Documents and letters, "Pioneer Texan's Previous and After Lives", miscellaneous historical documents, and historical articles and addresses written by Asbury.
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2-1 (1) Jonas Harrison's letters in Austin papers, (2) Translation, Harrison's Spanish Letter, Austin Papers, (3) Col. Jno. S. Ford's Reminiscensces, Sam Houston & Jonas Harrison in Gulf Messenger, (4) Col. Jno. S. Ford's Memoirs on Jonas Harrison, (5) Gov. Roberts on Jonas Harrison, (6) Jonas Harrison's Resolutions, Convention 1832 (7) Judge Fulmore on Jonas Harrison, (8) Jonas Harrison's application for land in Spanish, (9) Official Translation, Jonas Harrison's application for land, (10) 1st Letter, Com. of Land Office, J. H. Walker, Mch. 22nd, 1932
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2-2 (11) 2nd Letter, Com. of Land Office, J. H. Walker, Mch. 30, 1932, (12) 3rd Letter, Com. of Land Office to J. H. Rose, J. H. Walker, Apr. 6, 1932, (13) 4th Letter, Com. of Land Office to J. H. Rose, J. H. Walker, (14) Letter Dr. E. C. Barker, article in Quarterly on Jonas Harrison, (15) 1st Letter, Lewis C. Harrison, Pryor, Okla., Apr. 15, 1932, (16) 2nd Letter, Lewis C. Harrison, Pryor, Okla., Apr. 20, 1932, (17) 3rd Letter, Lewis C. Harrison, Pryor, Okla., Apr. 30, 1932, (18) 4th Letter, Lewis C. Harrison, Pryor, Okla., May 12, 1932, (19) Letter, Mrs. Sallie Hayter Harrison, 4800 Bryan, St., Dallas, Texas (20) 1st Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Feb. 7, 1932
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2-3 (21) 2nd Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Feb. 22, 1932, (22) 3rd Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Feb. 26, 1932 (23) 4th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Mch. 26, 1932, (24) 5th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Mch. 29, 1932, (25) 6th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, May 17, 1932, (26) 7th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, May 19, 1932, (27) 8th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Aug. 15, 1932, (28) 9th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Sept. 13, 1932, (29) 10th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Nov. 2, 1932, (30) 11th Letter Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas
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2-4 (31) Certificate of Character, Jonas Harrison by J. H. Hotchkiss, Aug. 17, 1835, (32) References to Jonas Harrison (Index only) Buffalo Hist. Soc. Publications, (33) Extract, Hist. of Texas, with Biographical History Tarrant & Parker Counties (Article on Jonas Harrison), (34) Letter, Mrs. Kate Wheeler, Arlington, Tex., May 15, 1932, (35) Note, Miss Tabitha Milner, about Mr. Almira Caston, June 15, 1932, (36) 1st Letter Philip R. Walker, Ft. Worth, Texas, Mch. 31, 1932, (37) 2nd Letter Philip R. Walker, Ft. Worth, Texas, Apr. 23, 1932, (38) Note, Dr. S. W. Geiser, S. M. U., Dallas, Texas, (not dated), (39) 1st Letter Mrs. Button A. Crane, Erie, Pa., June 17, 1932, (40) 2nd Letter Mrs. Button A. Crane, Erie, Pa., Aug. 9, 1932
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2-5 (41) 3rd Letter Mrs. Button A. Crane, Erie, Pa., (42) 4th Letter Mrs. Button A. Crane, Erie, Pa., Sept. 2, 1932, (43) Mrs. Leila B. Shuey's letter in my name, Dallas News, Mar. 7, 1932, (44) Mrs. Leila B. Shuey's letter, June 15, 1932, (45) Letter, L. W. Kemp on Jonas Harrison's grave, Feb. 26, 1932, (46) Letter E. E. McFarland, Orange, Tex., Sept. 20, 1932, (47) Letter Mrs. R. G. Tolle, Austin, Texas, hunting for article in Georgia Hist. Quarterly, Sept. 2, 1932, (48) 1st Letter Edw. H. Lum, Genealogical Society N. J, June 3, 1932, (49) 2nd Letter Edw. H. Lum, Genealogical Society N. J., Aug. 2, 1932, (50) Letter, Franklin Williams, June 7, 1932
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2-6 (51) Letter, Marquis James, June 7, 1932, (52) 1st Letter, J. Boardman Scovell, Lewiston, N. Y., July 9, 1932, (53) 2nd Letter, J. Boardman Scovell, Lewiston, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1932, (54) 1st Letter Chas. D. Smith, Beaumont, Texas, May 26, 1932, (55) 2nd Letter Chas. D. Smith, Beaumont, Texas, June 7, 1932, (56) 3rd Letter Chas. D. Smith, Beaumont, Texas, Sept. 3, 1932, (57) 1st Letter J. Frank Dobie, Austin, Texas, Sept. 3, 1932 (58) 2nd Letter J. Frank Dobie, Austin, Texas, Sept. 8, 1932, (59) 1st Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., May 15, 1932, (60) 2nd Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., May 29, 1932
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2-7 (61) 3rd Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., June 24, 1932, (62) 4th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., July 26, 1932, (63) 5th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., July 30, 1932, (64) 6th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1932, (65) 7th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1932, (66) 8th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1932, (67) 9th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1932 (68) 10th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1932, (69) 11th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1932, (70) 12th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1932
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2-8 (71) 13th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1932, (72) 14th Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, 750 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1932, (73) Jonas Harrison's address for Independence, Dec. 22, 1932, (74) Letter, Jno. C. Shannon, Independence, Texas, Aug. 2, 1932, (75) 1st Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Dobbin, Texas, Aug. 27, 1932, (76) 2nd Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Dobbin, Texas, Sept. 14, 1932, (77) 3rd Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Dobbin, Texas, Sept. 24, 1932, (78) 4th Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Dobbin, Texas, Nov. 28, 1932, (79) Letter, Mrs. Maud H. Bender, New Jersey Hist. Soc., Mar. 8, 1932, (80) Letter, Mrs. Mattie Austin Hatcher, Mar. 11, 1932
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2-9 (81) Sketch Jno. C. Shannon in Wharton's Hist. of Texas, (82) Letter, Haynes Shannon, Navasota, Tex., May 12, 1932, (83) Sam Houston's Petition for Divorce, Nov. 30, 1933, (84) Letter, Mrs. C. O. Mitchell, Arlington, Tex., May 1, 1932, (85) Letter, Mr. Frank McKnight, Arlington, Tex., Apr. 15, 1932, (86) Letter, Eliza Hayter, Dallas, Tex., Apr. 14, 1932, (87) Legend of Jonas Harrison, the Ugliest Man in East Texas, Letter Mr. Ernest Powell, Marshall, Texas, Mar. 10, 1932, (88) Newspaper (Danville, Va.) account of the death of Harrison Williams, Jr., (89) Will & Deeds relating to Jonas Harrison, Jr., Betsey Cooke Harrison and James Cooke Harrison, (90) Letter Mrs. Burton A. Crane accompanying photostats, Betsey Harrison's signature
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2-10 (91) Letter, Floyd C. Shoemaker, Sec. State Hist. Society of Missouri, on James Harrison, Sept. 6, 1932, (92) Extract, New Encyc. Texas, Davis & Grobe, on Gen'l Wm. McFarland, (93) Legend of Jonas Harrison, the Lawyer, (94) Letter, Mrs. Will Stroud, Henderson, Texas, (95) Letter, Miss Winnie Allen, Univ. of Tex., Austin, Tex., Nov. 8, 1932, (96) Article, Georgia's Debt to Monmouth County, New Jersey, Georgia Hist. Quarterly, 1923, (97) 1st Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., (98) 2nd Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., (99) 3rd Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., (100) 2nd Letter, Mrs. Maud H. Bender, New Jersey Histo. Soc., Nov. 17, 1932
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2-11 (101) Carbon Copy, Photostat Letter Jonas Harrison to Hon. Jos. Anderson, April, 13, 1816, (102) Carbon copy, Photostats of Betsey Harrison's signatures, Nov. 7, 1932, (103) Letter, Robt. W. Bingham, Director Museum, Buffalo Hist. Society Early Life Jonas Harrison, May 5, 1932, (104) Letter, Mrs. M. A. Hatcher and Photostats Jonas Harrison, Nov. 20, 1932, (105) Deeds Miss Lulu Shannon, Dobbin, Texas, Nov. 6, 1932, (106) Note, Mrs. M. A. Hatcher on back of Photostat of Residence Jonas Harrison, Buffalo, N. Y., (107) Note, Mrs. M. A. Hatcher, cost of photostat Jonas Harrison's house, July 19, 1932, (108) Copy photostat Jonas Harrison's License to practice Law in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Michigan, (109) Copy of photostat, Jonas Harrison's license to practice Law in the District of Huron and Detroit, Michigan Territory, (110) Record Texas House & Senate 5th Congress, on Bill concerning Divorce and Alimony
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2-12 (111) Articles on Jonas Harrison, Publications of Buffalo Hist. Soc., (112) Letter Dr. A. H. Shearer, Grosvenor Public Library, Buffalo, to M. L. Bonham, Clinton, N. Y., (113) Letter, Robt. W. Bingham, Buffalo Hist. Soc., Prices of Publications Sept. 21, 1932, (114) 1st Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Documents and letters on Jonas Harrison, Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Pub. Library, May 5, 1932, (115) 2nd Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, Sept. 22, 1932, (116) 3rd Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, Nov. 4, 1932, (117) Letter, Dr. M. L. Bonham, on Dr. Shearer & Quaife, May 5, 1932,. (118) Letter, Dr. M. L. Bonham to Dr. M. M. Quaife recommending S. E. Asbury, May 5, 1932, (119) Letter, Dr. M. L. Bonham, to Dr. A. H. Shearer, recommending S. E. Asbury, May 5, 1932, (120) Letter, Dr. M. M. Quaife to Dr. M. L. Bonham, May 6, 1932
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2-13 (121) 1st Letter, Mrs. T. B. McFarland, Houston, Texas, Sept. 12, 1932, (122) 2nd Letter, Mrs. T. B. McFarland, Houston, Texas, Oct. 28, 1932, (123) Carbon copy Part of 3rd letter (Photostat) Jonas Harrison to Stephen F. Austin, (124) Letter, Mrs. M. A. Hatchery, copying references to Jonas HarrisonBuffalo Hist. Soc. Publications, May 22, 1932, (125) Letter, Mrs. M. A. Hatcher, on hunting Sam Houston's Petition for Divorce--files Dallas, News, June 17, 1932, (126) Letter, Mrs. M. A. Hatcher, on delay photostats (Jonas Harrison documents) Aug. 25, 1932, (127) Letters, Mrs. M. A. Hatcher on photostat Jonas Harrison's house, Sept. 10, 1932, (128) Mrs. M. A. Hatcher on Jonas Harrison's eloquence, Mar. 11, 1932, (129) Index--Jonas Harrison File, (130) Index to Jonas Harrison Photostats and photographs
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2-14 (131) Letter, Miss Winnie Allen, Dec. 7, 1932, Photostats, (132) 1st card, Mr. H. F. Morrison, Dec. 1, 1932, Dally's Hist., Woodbridge, New Jersey, (133) 2nd card, Noah F. Morrison, Dec. 12, 1932, Dally's History, Woodbridge, New Jersey, (134) Letter, Jas. A. Kilgore, S. M. U., Dallas, Tex., Photostats, Licenses, (135) 2nd Letter, Dr. E. C. Barker, Jonas Harrison's 3rd Letter to Austin, (136) Jacob Shannon's Indian Stories, (137) Deed of Transfer to Jacob Shannon by Heirs of Owen Shannon and Margaret Shannon, (138) 5th Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Nov. 30, 1932, (139) Legal Agreement, James McCown and Margaret Shannon, (140) 12th Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nov. 24th, 1932
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2-15 (141) 3rd Letter, Mrs. I. B. McFarland, Sept. 19, 1932, (142) Copy, Photostats, Jonas Harrison, License to practice law in District of Huron, and Detroit, Michigan Territory 1807, (143) Copy, Photostats, Jonas Harrison, license to practice law, Supreme Court in Michigan Territory 1807, (144) Jacob Shannon's account of an incident in the Fredonian war (Fragment), (145) Letter, Edw. H. Lum, Dec. 3rd, 1932, (146) 4th Letter, Harrison Williams, Nov. 28, 1932, (147) 15th Letter, Mrs. C. A. Wallace, Nov. 30, 1932, (148) 4th Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Dec. 3rd, 1932, (149) 13th Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Dec. 2nd, 1932, (150) Card, George A. Osborn, Rutgers University Library, Dec. 15th, 1932
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2-16 (151) Letter, Edw. H. Lum, Chatham, N. J., Dec. 12, 1932, (152) Letter, Dr. Thos. P. Martin, Library of Congress, Dec., 13, 1932, (153) Letter, Daniel H. Newhall, New York City, Dec. [UNK] 1932, (154) 6th Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1932, (155) 5th Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., Dec. 5, 1932, (156) 5th Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, Jan. 10, 1933, (157) 7th Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., Dec. 5, 1932, (158) 4th Letter, Chas. D. Smith, Beaumont, Tex., Jan. 14, 1933, (159) Letter, Mrs. Maud H. Bender, New Jersey, Jan. 12, 1933, (160) Letter, Part I, R. E. McFarland, Hist. Society, New York City, Dec. 14, 1933
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2-17 (161) Letter, Part II. R. E. McFarland, New York City, Dec. 14, 1933, (162) Letter, Malcom O. Young, Reference Librarian, Princeton University, December 13, 1932, (163) 16th Letter, Mrs. C. A. Wallace, Buffalo N. Y., Jan. 8, 1933, (164) Letter, Hon. G. N. Fuller, Michigan Hist. Commission, Jan. 3rd, 1933, (165) Letter, Hon. Buron Fitts, Los Angeles; Cal., Jan. 5, 1933, (166) Extract, Montgomery Patriot, July 2nd, 1845, Proceedings, Congress of the Republic of Texas, (167) Deed, Daniel Hauk to Asa Lawrence, Aug. 7th, 1851, (168) Deed, of Negro from Jacob Shannon to his daughter, Josephine Connell, Nov. 4th, 1861, (169) Will, Catherine Yoakum Shannon, May 23, 1859, (170) Guardianship, Moses Hauk, Scott Co., Mo., Nov. 7, 1851
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2-18 (171) Deed, Nancy Garret to Jacob Shannon, Feb. 2., 1856, (172) Daniel and Sam'l Hauk to A. Hunter, Power of Attorney, Feb. 3, 1846, (173) Deed, Government to Owen Shannon, one league, 1831, (174) Deed of Conveyance, Daniel Hauk to Asa Lawrence and Asa Lawrence to Jacob Shannon, Feb. 25, 1852, (175) Killin Shannon to Floyd Shannon, Power of Attorney, April 1, 1860, (176) Deed, Sam'l Hauk to Daniel Hauk, April 17, 1849, (177) Extract, Montgomery Patriot, Anson Jones' Proclamation, July 21, 1845, (178) Letter, Dr. E. M. Coulter and Enclosure, of Miss Ruth Blair's, Jan. 6, 1933, (179) 17th Letter, Mrs. C. A. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1933, (180) Letter John M. Harrison, Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 14, 1933
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2-19 (181) Letter, Mrs. J. C. Hardeman, Warthen, Ga., Feb. 13, 1933, (182) Letter, Prof. W. W. Blume, Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb. 14, 1933, (183) Mortgage, Jonas Harrison & Betsey Harrison to Bank of Niagara, June 7, 1819, (184) Deed of Sale, New York State Bank to William James, Sept. 18, 1822, (185) Deed of Sale, William James to New York State Bank, Sept. 19, 1822, (186) Sale, Jonas Harrison Property by Attorney General of New York, Jan. 7, 1824, (187) Letter, Mrs. H. G. Faulk, Jeffersonville, Ga., Feb. 17, 1933, (188) Letter, E. F. Gaston, Dayton, Texas, March 7, 1933, (189) Extract, Southwestern Hist. Quarterly, Vol. 25, pp. 142, 143, 144, (190) Letter, Floyd C. Shoemaker, Sec. Missouri State Hist. Soc. Mch. 11, 1933
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2-20 (191) 8th Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., Mch. 13, 1933, (192) Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Mch. 18, 1933, (193) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit, Mich., Mch. 18, 1933, (194) Letter, Mrs. W. C. Stroud, Henderson, Tex., Apr. 14, 1933, (195) Note, Mrs. I. B. McFarland, Houston, Tex., Apr. 18, 1933, (196) Letter, Mrs. Herman Wallace, Henderson, Tex., May 9, 1933, (197) Letter, Mrs. C. D. Micthell, Arlington, Tex., May 12, 1933, (198) Letter, Mrs. Ruth John Sanders, La Porte, Tex., May 11, 1933, (199) Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Dobbin, Tex., Nov. 6, 1932, (200) Deed, Ellender Harrison to Jacob Shannon, Jan. 1st, 1855
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2-21 (201) Letter, Chas. H. Rose, Arlington, Tex., Apr. 18, 1932, (202) Letter, Senator W. A. Hanger, Apr. 11, 1932, (203) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., May 19, 1933, (204) Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, May 21, 1933, (205) Second Legend of Jonas Harrison the Lawyer, Beaumont Enterprise, Apr. 16, 1933, (206) Letter, Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, Arlington, Texas, May 25, 1933, (207) Letter, Prof. F. G. Guittard, Baylor University, June 4, 1933, (208) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, June 1, 1933, (209) Letter, Robt. F. Eldridge, Mount Clemens, Michigan to Miss Louise Rau, Jan. 15, 1933, (210) Letter, Mr. Chas. D. Smith, Beaumont, Tex., June 2, 1933
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2-22 (211) Article on Chas. D. Smith, Vol. V, Page 89, Wharton's "Texas under Many Flags", (212) Letter, Miss Harriet Smither, State Library, June 6, 1933, (213) Extract, Gammel's Laws of Texas, Vol. II, pp. 483-6 inc. on Act concerning Divorce and Alimony, (214) Letter, Prof. W. W. Blume, University of Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. June 6, 1933, (215) Letter, Thos. B. Bartlett, Marlin, Tex., June 5, 1933, (216) Letter, Dr. Robt. W. Bingham, Buffalo Hist. Society, June 8, 1933, (217) Letter, H. B. Parks, to J. N. Mayes, Dilly, Tex., June 9, 1933, (218) Letter, J. H. Mayes to H. B. Parks, San Antonio, June 10, 1933, (219) Letter, H. B. Parks, San Antonio, June 2, 1933, (220) Letter, Harbert Davenport, June 20, 1933
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2-23 (221) Letter, Chas. R. Moore, Dallas, Tex., July 3, 1933, (222) Letter, H. B. Parks, San Antonio, Texas, July 4, 1933, (223) Letter, Prof. W. W. Blume, Ann Arbor, Mich., July 6, 1933, (224) Letter, Chas. R. Moore, Dallas, Tex., July 8, 1933, (225) Letters, Miss Aurora Estrada, State Library, Austin, Texas, July 10, 1933, (226) Note, on second Legend of Jonas Harrison, the Lawyer, by Chas. D. Smith, Beaumont, Texas, July 11, 1933, (227) Letter, Mrs. R. E. White, Henderson, Texas, July 13, 1933, (228) Letter & Enclosure on Harris Hapden Hickman by Miss Louise Rau, Detroit, Michigan Public Library, July 13, 1933, (229) Chief Justice Woodward, Decisions Supreme Court, Michigan Territory, Denison Case in which Jonas Harrison appeared as counsel, Sept. 24, 1807, (230) Fifth letter Lewis C. Harrison, Box 122, Bryor, Oklahoma, July 20, 1933
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2-24 (231) Letter, Miss Lulu Shannon, Dobbin, Texas, July 20, 1933, (232) Letter, Miss Mary Eleanor Peters, 145 Fifteenth Ave., San Mateo, Calif., July 18, 1933, (233) Letter, Chas. R. Moore, Dallas, Texas, July 24, 1933, (234) Letter, Prof. W. W. Blume, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., July 24, 1935, (235) Letter, Mrs. Mary Daggett Lake, Fort Worth, Texas, July 25, 1933, (236) Letter, Hon. Francis J. Audet, Canadian Archives, Ottawa, Canada, July 26, 1933, (237) Letter, Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, 217 W. Front St., Arlington, Texas, August 21, 1933, (238) Letter, Miss Florence Emory, Burton Hist. Collection, Detroit, Mich., Aug. 3, 1933, (239) Letter, Mrs. Nannie F. Porter, Richmond, Va., Aug. 5, 1933, (240) Letter, Miss Florence A. Emory, Burton Hist. Collection, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan, Aug. 3, 1933
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2-25 (241) Heirlooms, Roxbury Hall, Leesburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1933, (242) Letter, Miss Mary Eleanor Peters, San Mateo, California, July 31, 1933, (243) Letter, Prof. W. W. Blume, Ann Arbor, Mich., Aug. 7, 1933, (244) Letter, Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, Arlington, Texas, Aug. 20, 1933, (245) Letter, Miss Florence A. Emory, The Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan, Aug. 18, 1933, (246) Letter, Prof. M. L. Bonham, Clinton, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1933, (247) Letter, Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, 217 West Front St., Arlington, Tex., Sept. 18, 1933, (248) Letter, Dr. Victor Paltsits, New York Public Library, New York City, Aug. 14, 1933, (249) Letter, H. M. Lydenburg, Asst. Director, New York Public Library, New York City, Aug. 16, 1933, (250) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Burton Hist. Collection, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Mich., Aug. 28, 1933
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2-26 (251) Note, Mr. Sullivan, Treasury Dept. Washington, D. C. to Dr. Thomas P. Martin, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., Aug. 19, 1933, (252) Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Tex., July 30, 1933, (253) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., July 29, 1933, (254) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., Aug. 24, 1933, (255) Letter, Chas. D. Smith, Beaumont, Texas, Sept. 6, 1933, (256) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Burton Hist. Collection,Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Mich., Sept. 9, 1933, (257) Letter, Miss Mary Eleanor Peters, 145 Fifteenth Ave., San Mateo, Calif., Sept. 12, 1933, (258) Letter, Florence Emery, Secretary to Dr. Quaife, Burton Collection, Detroit Public Library, Aug. 2, 1933, (259) Letter, Justice J. L. Bonham, Anderson, S. C., Sept. 15, 1933, (260) Letter, Charles R. Moore, Dallas, Texas, Sept. 22, 1933
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2-27 (261) Letter, Miss Mary Eleanor Peters, San Mateo, California, Sept. 21, 1933, (262) Letter, L. W. Kemp, Houston, Texas, October 21, 1933, (263) Extracts from Raines' Year Book for Texas, Vol. II, Pages 343-344. William T. Shannon, Belton, (264) Letter, Miss Harriet Smither, State Library, Austin, Texas, Oct. 5, 1933, (265) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit, Mich., enclosing two letters of Jonas Harrison, Oct. 3, 1933, (266) Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Oct. 10, 1933, (267) Letter, L. W. Kemp to Dr. Lewis C. Harrison (C. C. sent me), Oct. 11, 1933, (268) (1 & 2) Letter, L. W. Kemp, Houston, Texas, Oct. 14, 1933, (269) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Virginia, Oct. 14, 1933, (270) Letter, Justice M. L. Bonham, Anderson, S. C., Oct. 18, 1933
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2-28 (271) Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, enclosing narrative of the search for the grave of Jonas Harrison, Oct. 26, 1933, (272) Letter, Miss Mary Eleanor Peters, 145 Fifteenth Avenue, San Mateo, Calif., Oct. 24, 1933, (273) Letter, Miss Ruth John Sanders, La Porte, Texas, Oct. 30, 1933, (274) Letter, Mr. Chas. R. Moore, Austin Bridge Co., Dallas, Texas, Nov. 10, 1933, (275) Card, Miss Mary Eleanor Peters, San Mateo, Calif. (Cooke Family pictures) Nov. 8, 1933, (276) Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Nov. 2, 1933, (277) Anecdote of Jonathan Anderson and John Payne by Capt. T. W. Blount to Dr. Lewis C. Harrison, Nov. 12, 1933, (278) Second Narrative, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, on search for Lost Grave of Jonas Harrison, Nov. 12, 1933, (279) Letter, Miss Mattie Austin Hatcher, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Texas, Nov. 14, 1933, (280) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., Nov. 15, 1933
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2-29 (281) Card, Dr. Herbert Gambrell, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 21, 1933, (282) Letter, L. W. Kemp, Houston, Texas, Dec. 6, 1933, (283) Letter, L. W. Kemp, Houston, Texas, Dec. 7, 1933, (284) Letter, Miss Mary Eleanor Peters, San Mateo, Calif., Dec. 4, 1933, (285) Article, History of Harrison County, Dallas Morning News, May 2, 1926, Kindness of Dr. Alex Dionst, (286) Letter, Hon. J. H. Walker, Com. General Land Office, Austin, Texas, Dec. 15, 1933, (287) Letter, Gen. Claude Pollard, Norwood Building, Austin, Texas, Dec. 27, 1933, (288) References to John Irons in the Austin Papers, (289) Letter, Dr. F. B. Clark, College Station, Texas, Jan. 2, 1934, (290) Letter, Miss Grace Hunkinger, Lincoln, Nebr., Dec. 31, 1934
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2-30 (291) Letter, Miss Harriet Smither, State Library, Austin, Texas, Jan. 10, 1934, (292) Letter, Mrs. W. O. Stroud, 209 South Marshall Street, Henderson, Texas, Jan 10, 1934, (293) Letter, Justice M. L. Bonham, Anderson, S. C., Jan. 17, 1934, (294) Letter and blank for filling, from Adjutant General's Office concerning service record of Jonas Harrison, Jr., January 25, 1934, (295) Service Record, Thos. Jefferson Harrison in Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C., Kindness Miss Harriet Smither, Jan. 25, 1934, (296) Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, Feb. 4, 1934, (297) Letter Miss Harriet Smither, Archivist, State Library, Austin, Texas, Feb. 7, 1934, (298) Letter, Chas. R. Moore, Austin Bridge Co., Dallas, Texas, Feb. 15, 1934, (299) Letter Dr. H. T. Priestley, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, California, Feb. 22, 1934, (300) Letter, Dr. C. A. True, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, California, Feb. 26, 1934
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2-31 (301) Letter, Chas. R. Moore, Austin Bridge Co., Dallas, Texas, March 3, 1934, (302) Letter, Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, 217 West Front St., Arlington, Texas, March 4, 1934, (303) Letter, Dr. C. A. True, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, California, March 31, 1934, (304) Letter, Dr. C. A. True, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, California, April 5, 1934, (305) Letter, Mrs. G. A. Wallace, Masonic Home, Utica, N. Y., April 7, 1934, (306) Letter, Al B. Nelson, 2416 Allston Way, Berkeley, Calif., April 10, 1934, (307) Letter, Wm. Hampton Thomas, Terral, Okla., April 20, 1934, (308) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Virginia, April 21, 1934, (309) Article, Shannon Family of South Carolina from Historic Camden by Kirkland and Kennedy, pp. 431-34, (310) Title page & c., Harrison Williams' book on the Williams Family, received May, 1934
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2-32 (311) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Virginia, May 4, 1934, (312) Letter, Miss Ada Fitts, 290 North St., Buffalo, N. Y., May 14, 1934, (313) Letter, with documents of Jonas Harrison, from Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, May 21, 1934, (314) List of References to Jonas Harrison in Nacogdoches Archives, found by Dr. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, May 24, 1934, (315) Letter, J. Evetts Haley, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Texas, May 23, 1934, (316) Letter, Dr. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, May 24, 1934, (317) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Virginia, June 11, 1934, (318) Letter, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, July 29, 1934, (319) Letter, Mrs. John H. Jones, Box 621, Bryan, Texas, Aug. 30, 1934, (320) Letter, Mrs. John H. Jones, Box 621, Bryan, Texas, Sept. 10, 1934
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2-33 (321) Account, Search for Jonas Harrison's grave, Rev. Lewis C. Harrison, Nacogdoches, Texas, July 29, 1934, (322) "The Iron Man, "Chapter in "Historic Camden" (S.C.) by Kirkland & Kennedy, (323) Address Mrs. Chas. A. Boineau, Cash Depot, S. C. for copy Cash-Shannon duel by E. B. C. Cash, (324) Letter, Mrs. John H. Jones, Box 621, Bryan, Texas, Sept. 27, 1934, (325) Letter, Mrs. W. O. Stroud, 200 S. Marshall St., Henderson, Texas, Oct. 18, 1934, (326) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., Oct. 25, 1934, (327) Letter, Justice M. L. Bonham, Supreme Court, S. C., Anderson, S. C., Nov. 10, 1934 (Shannon-Cash Duel), (328) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan Nov. 12, 1934, (329) Extract, Orangeburg Democrat, Shannón-Cash Duel, July 9, 1880, (330) Letter, Mrs. A. S. Salley, 901 Laurens St., Columbia, S. C., Nov. 16, 1934 (Shannon-Cash Duel)
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2-34 (331) Letter, Mrs. Ruth John Sanders, Joan Lafitte Hotel, Galveston, Texas, Nov. 24, 1934, (332) Letter, Mr. J. R. Fleming, 1913 Whitis, Austin, Texas, Dec. 4, 1934, (333) Letter, Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, 217 Front St., Arlington, Texas, Dec. 19, 1934 (sending pictures of Eleanor Harrison, and her sons, John and Thomas Jefferson, and daughter Almira), (334) Letter, J. R. Fleming, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tex., transmitting transcripts from Nacogdoches Archives, Dec. 23, 1934, (335) Further accounts, Cash-Shannon Duel in S. C., Rec'd Dec. 28, 1934, (336) Legal Document Harrison (Jonas) and Hopkins, attorneys for Jared Groce in the estate of Robt. Collier (Asbine), Dec. 16, 1927 (Kindness Dr. Lewis C. Harrison), (337) Report of judges in election of Procurator (or Elector) of District of Tenshaw and Sabine Jesse Walker and Jonas Harrison, Dec. 16, 1827, Nacogdoches Archives, (338) Report of Jonas Harrison to Col. Piedras at Nacogdoches, Protests against illegal intrusions of Americans. A Protestant minister (Mr. Biddle ("AnaBaptist") prohibited from holding services or preaching, Nacogdoches Archives, Feb. 1, 1828 (kindness Dr. Lewis C. Harrison), (339) Letter, J. Harrison to the commanding officer at Nacogeoches (Latter part of February 1828), Nacogdoches Archives (Kindenss Dr. Lewis C. Harrison), (340) Deposition of Elisha Clapp in John Berry Estate, Apr. 16, 1833, Nacogdoches Archives (Kindness Dr. Geo. L. Crocket)
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2-35 (341) Letter, Archives Division, State Library, Austin, Texas, Aug. 9, 1935, (342) Letter, Washington, D. C., March 18, 1935, (343) Letter, J. R. Fleming, 705 West 22 1/2 St., Austin, Texas, Jan. 31, 1934, (344) Card, Dr. Y. M. Rogers, Center, Texas, Names of people to write for information on Jonas Harrison in Shelby County, (345) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan, April 27, 1937, (346) Letter, Dr. E. C. Barker, Univ. of Texas, Austin, 4/29/41, (347) Letter, Miss Rosalind Langston, 4/29/41, (349) Letter, L. W. Kemp, Texas Company, 4/29/41, (350) Letter, Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, 4/30/41
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2-36 (351) Letter, L. W. Kemp, Sketches of E. Texas Pioneers, 4/30/41, (352) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., 5/2/41, (353) Letter, Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, 5/12/41, (354) Letter, Bascom Giles, General Land Office, (355) Letter, E. W. Winkler, Bibliographer UT Library Austin, 5/5/41, (356) Letter, Harrison Williams, 5/6/41, (358) Letter, Miss Rosalind Langston, Henderson, Tx., 5/9/41, (359) Letter, Miss Harriet Smither, Texas State Archives, 5/9/41, (360) Letter, Miss Winnie Allen, Archivist UT Library, 5/13/41
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2-37 (361) Letter, E. W. Winkler UT Library, 5/14/41, (362) Letter, Herbert Grambell, Dallas Hist. Soc., 5/14/41, (363) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, 5/15/41, (364) Letter, Miss Louise Rau, Detroit Public Library, 5/21/41, (365) Letter, Elias Ransom to William Woodbridge, 1/15/1820, (366) Letter, Bascom Giles, General Land Office, Austin, 5/19/41, (367) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., 5/28/41, (368) Letter, Dr. William E. Howard, 5/24/41, (369) Letter, Lt. Col. James A. Watson on Capt. Hickman, U.S.A., 5/26/41, (370) Letter, Souther Blue Print & Supply Co., 5/26/41
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2-38 (371) Letter, Herbert Gambrell, Dallas Historical Soc., 5/29/41, (372) Letter, Miss Winnie Allen, Archivist UT Library, 6/2/41, (373) Letter, Clifford K. Shipton, Libr. American Antiquarian Soc., 6/5/41, (374) Letter, Adjutant General's Office. Service Record Capt. Hickman War 1812, 6/10/41, (375) Letter, Mrs. Guy A. Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 6/11/41, (376) Letter, Dr. Roll W. Bingham Dir. Buffalo Hist. Soc., 6/12/41, (377) Letter, Miss Helen W. Pickup, 6/12/41, (378) Letter, R. W. G. Vail New York State Library, 6/16/41, (379) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., 6/18/41, (380) Letter, Joel W. Lennon, 6/18/41
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2-39 (381) Letter, Miss Billie Stroud for Mrs. W. O. Stroud, 6/19/41, (382) Card, Miss Louise Rau, 6/19/41, (383) Letter, Miss Harriet Smither, Texas State Archives, 6/20/41, (384) Letter, J. Frank Dobie, 6/21/41, (385) Letter, Miss Harriet Smither, Texas State Archives, 6/24/41, (386) Letter, Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Texas, 6/16/41, (387) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg Va., 6/30/41, (388) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., 7/1/41, (389) Card Naming present landowners on John Iron's League, Waller County, 6/26/41, (390) Card, Joe Willis, 7/1/41
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2-40 (391) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., 7/11/41, (392) Manuscript, Nacogdoches Archives, 6/8/1824, (393) Card, Mr. F. A. Holik 7/2/41, (394) Letter, Harrison Williams, transmitting J. Harrison's Letter Book, 7/28/41, (395) Note, Unsigned giving address of Wm. English, Josaquin, 6/6/41, (396) Letter, Harrison Williams, Leesburg, Va., 8/16/41, (397) Letter, S. E. Asbury to Estate, O. E. Monnette, 5/24/41, (398) Article, "Jonas Harrison, Legendary and Historical" Texas State Hist. Assoc., 4/19/41, (399) Letter, Mrs. R. L. Stuart, 8/18/41, (400) Letter, Ernest Powelll, Marshall, Texas, 5/24/36
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2-41 (401) Headings, J. Harrison, Letter Book, Kindness Harrison Williams, (402) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 12/24/1813, (403) Letter, J. Harrison to Richard Rush, 12/31/1813, (404) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 12/27/1815, (405) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/3/1814, (406) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/7/1814, (407) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith 1/10/1814, (408) Letter, Richard Rush to J. Harrison, 1/11/1814, (409) Letter, Richard Rush to J. Harrison, 1/17/1814, (410) Letter, J. Harrison to Richard Rush, 1/18/1814, (411) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/19/1814, (412) Letter, J. Harrison to Richard Rush, 1/19/1814, (413) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/1/1814, (414) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/18/1814, (415) Letter, S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 1/29/1814, (416) Letter, J. Harrison to S.H. Smith, 2/21/1814, (417) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/21/1814, (418) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/21/1814, (419) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/21/1814, (420) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/21/1814, (421) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/21/1814, (422) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/1/1814, (423) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/1/1814, (424) Letter, Nathan Williams to J. Harrison, 3/12/1814, (425) Letter, J. Harrison to Nathan Williams, 3/28/1814, (426) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/22/1814, (427) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/22/1814, (428) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/22/1814, (429) Letter, DeWitt Clinton to Jonas Harrison, 1/20/1814, (430) Letter, J. Harrison Balavia to Richard Rush, 3/31/1814, (431) Letter, J. Harrison Balavia to DeWitt Clinton, 2/24/1814, (432) Letter, J. Harrison Balavia to S. H. Smith, 3/31/1814, (433) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/6/1814, (434) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/6/1814, (435) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/1/1814, (436) Letter, Henry W. Ball to J. Harrison, 4/16/1814, (437) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 5/1/1814, (438) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 5/1/1814, (439) Letter, Ez Bacon to J. Harrison, 4/18/1814, (440) Letter, S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 5/4/1814, (441) Letter, S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 5/7/1814, (442) Letter, S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 5/12/1814, (443) Letter, S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 5/25/1814, (444) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 6/8/1814, (445) Letter, J. Harrison to Hon. Samuel H. Smith, Buffalo, 6/8/1814, (446) Letter, J. Harrison to Hon. Samuel H. Smith, Buffalo, 6/18/1814, (447) Letter, S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, N.Y., 5/28/1814, (448) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, Buffalo, 6/15/1815, (449) Letter, J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, Buffalo, 6/15/1815, (450) Letter, S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, Buffalo, N.Y., 6/30/1814, (451) Jonas Harrison to Hon. Samuel H. Smith, Buffalo, 6/18/1814, (452) Jonas Harrison to Hon. Samuel H. Smith, Buffalo, 7/1/1814, (453) Jonas Harrison to Hon. Samuel H. Smith, Buffalo, 7/6/1814, (454) Jonas Harrison to Ezekiel Bacon, Buffalo, 7/1/1814, (455) Jonas Harrison to Samuel H. Smith, Buffalo, 7/11/1814, (456) Jonas Harrison to Samuel H. Smith, Buffalo, 7/16/1814, (457) Jonas Harrison to Ezekiel Bacon, Buffalo, 7/16/1814, (458) Jonas Harrison to Samuel H. Smith; Lima, N.Y., 8/26/1814, (459) Jonas Harrison to Samuel H. Smith; Lima, N.Y., 11/1/1814, (460) Jonas Harrison to Samuel H. Smith; Lima, N.Y., 11/22/1814, (461) Jonas Harrison to Samuel H. Smith; Lima, N.Y., 12/12/1814, (462) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 12/15/1814, (463) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 12/19/1814, (464) J. Harrison to Samuel H. Smith, 12/20/1814, (465) J. Harrison to Samuel H. Smith, 12/20/1814, (466) J. Harrison to Samuel H. Smith, 1/3/1815, (467) J. Harrison to Samuel H. Smith, 1/15/1815, (468) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 1/20/1815, (469) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/2/1815, (470) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/2/1815, (471) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/3/1815, (472) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 2/15/1815, (473) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/3/1815, (474) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 3/7/1815, (475) J. Harrison to A. J. Dallas; Washington, D.C., 3/8/1815, (476) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/5/1815, (477) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/29/1815, (478) J. Harrison to Alexander Dallas, 5/31/1815, (479) J. Harrison to Alexander Dallas, 5/31/1815, (480) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 7/18/1815, (481) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 8/31/1815, (482) J. Harrison to Thomas [UNK] N.Y., 9/16/1815, (483) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 9/16/1815, (484) J. Harrison to Joseph Anderson, 10/15/1815, (485) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 11/6/1815, (486) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 11/13/1815, (487) J. Harrison to Joseph Anderson, 12/14/1815, (488) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 12/1815, (489) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/13/1816, (490) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/6/1816, (491) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 3/22/1816, (492) V. Spalding for J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/24/1816, (493) Joseph Anderson to J. Harrison, 3/26/1816, (494) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/28/1816, (495) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/10/1816, (496) J. Harrison to J. Anderson, 4/13/1816, (497) J. Anderson to J. Harrison, 4/30/1816, (498) J. Harrison to J. Anderson, 5/20/1816, (499) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 6/10/1816, (499.5) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 6/17/1816, (500) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 7/31/1816, (501) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 11/18/1816, (502) J. Harrison to Major General P. B. Porter, 12/19/1816, (503) Affidavit; V. Spalding for J. Harrison, 12/20/1816, (504) J. Harrison's accounts for 1816, 2/8/1817, (505) Reasons accompanying Harrison's annual accounts, 2/8/1817, (506) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 5/20/1817, (507) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 7/15/1817, (508) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 7/28/1817, (509) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 7/28/1817, (510) J. Harrison to Amos Pebody, 9/23/1817, (511) J. Harrison to Ebenezer Hyde, 9/23/1817, (512) J. Harrison to Andrew A. Norton, 9/23/1817, (512.5) J. Harrison to John C. Spencer, 12/4/1817, (513) J. Harrison to Benjamin Ellicott & John C. Spencer, 12/4/1817, (514) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 12/4/1817, (516) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 9/30/1817, (517) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 12/15/1817, (518) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 12/17/1817, (519) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 12/17/1817, (520) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/7/1818, (521) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/17/1818, (522) Memorial, J. Harrison to Congress for Relief, 1/23/1818, (523) J. Harrison to DeWitt Clinton, 1/29/1818, (524) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 3/26/1818, (525) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/2/1818, (526) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 3/9/1818, (527) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/9/1818, (527.5) J. Harrison to Amos Pebody, 4/14/1818, (528) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 4/14/1818, (529) J. Harrison to E. Secon & Co., 6/9/1818, (530) J. Harrison to E. Secon & Co., 8/22/1818, (531) J. Harrison to J. Law & Edmund Law, 7/16/1818, (532) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 8/17/1818, (533) S. H. Smith to J. Harrison, 7/28/1818, (534) J. Harrison to John & Edmund Law, 8/28/1818, (535) J. Harrison to Eliphalet Dewey, 8/27/1818, (536) to B. Woodbridge, 9/25/1818, (537) to I. T. Bauet, 9/29/1818, (538) J. Harrison to Charles Toppan, 9/24/1818, (539) to Trumbull Cary, 10/28/1818, (540) John Law to J. Harrison, 8/16/1818, (541) J. Harrison to John Law, 11/5/1818, (542) J. Harrison to Joseph Ellicott, 12/8/1818, (543) J. Harrison to William Peacock, 12/3/1818, (544) J. Harrison to William H. Crawford, 10/29/1818, (545) J. Harrison to Seymour Brianard, 12/10/1818, (545.5) J. Harrison to W. A. Thompson, 12/15/1818, (546) J. Harrison to Daniel S. Esquire, 12/22/1818, (547) J. Harrison to John C. Spencer, 1/5/1819, (548) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/21/1819, (549) Account of J. Harrison as collector, 1818; 1/19/1819, (550) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 1/19/1819, (551) Annual account of J. Harrison, 1817; 2/9/1818, (552) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 2/9/1818, (553) Memorial to Congress by J. Harrison for loss in War of 1812, (554) J. Harrison to Daniel Steele, 2/9/1819, (556) John Law to J. Harrison, 11/14/1818, (557) J. Harrison to John Law, 4/3/1819, (558) J. Harrison to Joseph Story, 4/8/1819, (559) J. Harrison to Lawrence Willson & Co., 4/16/1819, (560) J. Harrison to H. Niles, 4/16/1819, (561) Affadavit, Ralph Cotlan, 11/15/1817, (562) H. Hutchinson to J. Harrison, 4/16/1819, (563) H. Hutchinson to J. Harrison, 4/27/1819, (563.5) J. Harrison to H. Hutchinson, 4/27/1819, (564) J. Harrison to Charles Tappan, 3/25/1819, (565) J. Harrison to Daniel Steel, 5/25/1819, (566) J. Harrison to James C. Wattles, 5/25/1819, (567) J. Harrison to Edmund Law, 6/19/1819, (568) J. Harrison to Roger Skinner, 6/28/1819, (569) Joseph Anderson to J. Harrison, 6/3/1818, (570) Joseph Anderson to J. Harrison, 6/8/1819, (571) J. Harrison to S. H. Smith, 7/16/1819, (572) Comment, J. Harrison on Destruction of Lewiston, N.Y. by British & Indians 1813
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2-42 (574) Dr. Walter P. Webb; Editor, Quarterly, Univ. of Tx., 10/6/41, (575) Clifford K. Shipton; Am. Antiquarian Society; Worcester, Mass., 12/3/41, (576) Marion P. Wiltse; NY State Library; Albany, N.Y., 12/10/41, (577) Harrison Williams; Leesburg, Va. 12/11/41, (578) Harrison Williams; Leesburg, Va., 10/28/41, (579) Walter P. Webb; Tx. State Historical Assoc.; Austin, Tx., 11/20/41, (580) Harrison Williams; Leesburg, Va., 11/30/41, (581) Walter P. Webb; Tx. State Historical Assoc., 11/4/41, (582) Harrison Williams; Leesburg, Va., 11/17/41, (583) Rosalind, Henderson, Tx., 11/30/41, (586) Mrs. Guy Blaunt; Nacogdoches, Tx., 12/10/41, (590) Harrison Williams; Leesburg, Va., 12/18/41
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2-43 (592) W. P. Webb; Univ. of Tx.; Austin, Tx., 1/14/42, (594) Harrison Williams; Leesburg, Va., 2/8/42, (595) Harrison Williams; Leesburg, Va., 3/1/42, (597) Charles D. Smith; Beaumont, Tx., 11/7/41, (598) Letter, Harrison Williams, 4/10/42
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2-44 (601) Letter, Ernest Powelll, 4/17/36, (602) Index to Jonas Harrison Letter Book
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2-45 (612) Letter, Harrison Williams, 6/26/42, (616) Letter, N. F. Porter, 7/24/33 (?)
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2-46 Unnumbered letters and documents
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2-47 "Jonas Harrison, Legendary & Historical"
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2-48 Photostat Copies of Documents
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2-49 (1) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Tx.; Austin, Tx., 3/11/19, (2) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Tx.; Austin, Tx., 4/30/19, (3) A. B. Looseau; Tx. State Historical Assoc; Austin, Tx., 5/8/19, (4) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Tx..; Austin, Tx., 2/18/20, (5) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Tx.; Austin, Tx., 3/31/22, (6) T. F. Harwood; Gonzales, Tx., 6/15/27, (7) Frederick C. Chabot; San Antonio, Tx., 12/30/30, (8) Frederick C. Chabot; San Antonio, 4/8/31, (9) Frederick C. Chabot; San Antonio, 6/30/31, (10) Frederick C. Chabot; San Antonio, 11/7/31
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2-50 (11) H. L. Summerville; Photographer; San Antonio, Tx., 3/10/31, (12) Leita Small; Alamo Chapel; San Antonio, Tx., 3/28/31, (13) Agatha M. Welsh; Sunshine Ranch; San Antonio, Tx., 11/7/31, (14) A. B. Looseau, Houston, Tx., 1/25/32, (15) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 2/1/32, (16) Marie B. Owen; Ala. Dept. of Archives & History; Montgomery, Ala., 2/10/32, (17) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 2/12/32, (18) Myra N. Turley; Lincolnton, N.C., 2/25/32, (19) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 3/15/32, (20) James A. Robertson; Fla. State Historical Society; Takoma Park, MD, 3/26/32,
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2-51 (21) Frederick C. Chabot; San Antonio, Tx., 3/20/32, (ENC.: Letter to Sec. Chamber of Commerce, San Antonio; from Douglas P. Boyd, Long Beach, Miss.), (22) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 5/3/32, (23) Ruby Nixon; Fort Worth, Tx., 5/3/32, (24) Ruby Nixon; Fort Worth, Tx., 5/3/32, (ENC.: "Bob Davis Uncovers an Untold Story About The Alamo"Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 2/28/32), (25) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 6/1/32, (25.5) R. F. Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 6/13/32, (26) E. W. Winkler; Unv. of Tx.; Austin, Tx, 6/29/32, (27) E. W. Winkler; Unv. of Tx.; Austin, Tx., 6/29/32, (28) Ruby Nixon; Clifton, Tx., 8/3/32, (29) E. P. Anneson, 6/22/33, (30) Maury Maverick; San Antonio, Tx., 7/1/33
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2-52 (31) Maury Maverick; San Antonio, Tx., 7/13/33, (32) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 7/18/33, (33) Frederick C. Chabot; San Antonio, Tx., 10/20/33, (34) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 11/7/33, (35) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 11/11/33, (36) Frederick C. Chabot; San Antonio, Tx., 11/27/33, (37) M. L. Bonham; Clinton, N.Y., 1/12/34, (38) Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 1/31/34, (39) R. F. Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 3/3/34, (40) Viva Crain Schleicher; Victoria, Tx., 12/16/34
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2-53 (41) L. W. Kemp; Austin, Tx., 12/18/34, (42) Harriet Smither; State Library; Austin, Tx., 1/26/36, (43) R. B. Blake; Nacogdoches, Tx., 3/4/36, (44) J. G. O'Donohoe; Tx. Centennial Central Exposition; Dallas, Tx., 8/21/36, (45) C. E. Nelson; County Agricultural Agent; Port Lavaca, Tx., 4/8/44, (46) Manuel De Leon Ortega; Gilmer, Tx., (47) E. L. Smettles; Brenham, Tx., 5/11/--, (48) A. B. Looseau; Austin, Tx., (49) S. E. Asbury to Gen. Burleson, Austin, Tx., (50) "Early History Uncovered by Chabot"; San Antonio Light, 11/9/31
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2-54 (51) "Form Society for Historical Research Here," 9/18/33, (52) "Remember the Alamo, "The State, Columbia, S.C., 3/21/34, (53) Newspaper Article, "Bones of Heroes of Alamo Found Buried in Cathedral...," (54) Newspaper Article, Archbishop Drossarts Asks Public to Subscribe, "Funds for Proper Reburial of Remains of the Heroes of the Alamo," (55) Newspaper Article, "Father Zaldivar Answers Claim that Bones Found in Cathedral are Those of Victims of Massacre of El Rosillo, March 28, 1813," (56) Newspaper Article, "Texas Reminiscences; A Graphic Picture of the Burning of Gonzales. Some Thrilling Experiences Following the Fall of the Alamo," by Col. Robt. E. Handy, (57) "Spelling of Name, Not Money of `Croesus,' Worries Historian,"Austin Statesman, 3/24/3-, (58) Newspaper Article, "Relic of Early Texas Found at Austin College" (59) Article from Flake's Daily Bulletin; Galveston, Tx., 7/14/1869, (60) "Notes on the Storming of Bexar, 1835," By S. A. Maverick
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2-55 (61) "One Hundred Years Ago Today in Texas," by Clarence R. Wharton, 2/18/36, (62) "Catholics at the Alamo"by Rev. Joseph O'Donohoe, (63) Exerpt from Unknown Source on Capt. Albert Martin's Men at the Alamo, (64) Account of Men Fighting at the Alamo Written in Spanish, Untranslated
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2-56 (2) Miller C. Weaver; Corpus Christi, Tx., 2/26/32, (4) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 3/18/32, (5) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 3/22/32, (6) Adina De Zavala; San Antonio, Tx., 9/4/32, (7) E. Wilder Spaulding, Dept. of State, Washington, D.C., 9/15/32, (10) E. Wilder Spaulding; Dept. of State; Washington, D.C., 11/9/32
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2-57 (12) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 11/29/32, (13) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 1/3/33, (15) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 1/12/33, (16) Rev. Francis B. Steck; San Jose Mission; San Antonio, Tx., 1/13/33, (17) Waldo E. Bailey; American Consular Service; Progreso, Yucatah, Mexico, 1/14/33, (18) Maury Hughes; State Democratic Executive Committee; Dallas, Tx., 1/14/33, (19) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 1/19/33, (20) Prof. C. E. Castaneda; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/21/33
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2-58 (21) Prof. C. E. Castaneda; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/8/33, (22) Official Service Record of Telesfora Alavez (in Spanish), (23) Translation of Official Service Record of Telesfora Alavez, (24) Prof. C. E. Castaneda; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 4/17/33, (25) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 5/5/33, (26) Prof. C. E. Castaneda; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 5/31/33, (28) Prof. C. E. Castaneda; San Felipe Public Schools; Del Rio, Tx., 11/21/33, (29) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 11/27/33, (30) Mrs. Jospehus Daniels; Embassy of USA; Mexico, 1/9/34
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2-59 (31) Josephus Daniels; American Embassy; Mexico City, 1/20/34, (33)" Angel of Goliad History Told to Business Women," 2/1/34, (34) Josepus Daniels; Ambassor to Mexico; Enclosing Letter of Thomas Bowman, Consular General, 1/31/34, (36) Prof. C. E. Castaneda; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx; Del Rio, Tx., 2/9/34, (37) Rev. Francis Borgia Steck, American Catholic Historical Assn.; Washington, D.C., 2/13/34, (38) Mrs. O. B. Martin; College Station, Tx., 2/20/34
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2-60 (41) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 4/10/34, (42) Majorie Rogers; Marlin, Tx., 4/17/34, (43) Dr. Alex Dienst, Temple, Tx. to Majorie Rogers; Marlin, Tx., 3/30/34, (44) Majorie Rogers; Marlin, Tx., 8/22/34, (45) Ed Kilmer; Houston Post; Houston, Tx., 12/27/34, (46) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 5/11/35
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2-61 (55) J. A. White; Goliad, Tx., 2/4/34; "Victoria: March 19-22, 1836"; Quin Family Tradition of Sra. Alavez; Dallas News Thru Herbert Davenport, 3/26/35; "Angel of Goliad'"by Joseph O'Donohoe; "Mystery of Angel of Goliad Never Has Been Solved" by Marjorie Rogers; C. W. Gibson, Lone Star Fish & Oyster Co., Corpus Christi, Tx., 2/25/32; G. C. Richardson, Chamber of Commerce, Brownsville, Tx., 3/16/32; Waldo E. Bailey, American Consular Service, Progreso, Yucatan, Mexico, 10/10/32; Waldo E. Bailey, American Consular Service, Progreso, Yucatan, Mexico, 11/19/32; Waldo E. Bailey, American Consular Service, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, 2/14/32; Marjorie Rogers, Marlin, Tx., 3/1/34; Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 3/26/35; Mrs. Elena Zamora O'Shea to Dallas News, "Sequel of Angel of Goliad," 3/15/36; Mrs. O'Shea's further Statements, received from Rev. J. G. O'Donohoe, 3/19/36
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2-62 (2) Fannin To Belton, 8/27/1835, (3) Belton to Fannin, 9/23/1835, (4) Archer to Fannin, 8/20/1835, (5) Fannin to Davis Mills, 9/18/1835, (6) Edmund Andrews to James Fannin, 9/18/1835, (7) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to Bowie, 10/22/1835, (8) James Bowie and James Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 10/22/1835, (9) James Bowie and James Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 10/23/1835, (10) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin To James Bowie & James Fannin, 10/24/1835
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2-63 (11) J. Bowie & J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 10/24/1835, (12) J. Bowie & J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 10/24/1835, (13) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 10/24/1835, (14) A. H. Jones to J. Fannin, 10/27/1835, (15) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to J. Bowie, 10/27/1835, (16) J. Bowie & J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 10/29/1835, (17) J. Austin to J. Bowie to J. Fannin, 10/31/1835, (18) J. Bowie & J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 10/31/1835, (18a) J. Bowie & J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, (19) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to J. Bowie and J. Fannin, 11/1/1835, (20) J. Bowie & J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/1/1835
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2-64 (21) Minutes of Council of War, 11/2/1835, (22) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J.Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J.Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J.Fannin to S. F. Austin, (25) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to J. Bowie & James Fannin, 11/2/1835, (26) J. Fannin to President of Convention, (27) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to J. Fannin, 11/9/1835, (29) A. H. Jones to J. Fannin, 11/12/1835, (30) A. S. Clements to J. Fannin, 11/12/1835
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2-65 (32) Sam Houston to J. Fannin, 11/13/1835, (33) J. Fannin to Sam Houston, 11/18/1835, (34) J. Fannin to J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/18/1835, (35) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to J. Fannin, 11/22/1835, (36) J. Fannin to Governor Smith, 11/31/1835, (37) J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin to R. R. Royall, 12/25/1835, (38) Georgia Volunteers to J. Fannin, (39) J. Fannin to Georgia Volunteers, 12/25/1835, (40) J. Fannin to John R. Foster & E. C. Pettus, 1/8/1836
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2-66 (41) John S. Brooks to Mary Ann Brooks, 1/8/1836, (42) John S. Brooks to A. H. Brooks, 1/20/1836, (43) James Fannin to J. W. Robinson, 1/21/1836, (44) J. W. Robinson to Council, 1/26/1836, (45) J. W. Fannin to J. Appleton, 1/22/1836, (46) J. W. Fannin to McKinney & Williams, 1/24/1836, (47) J. W. Fannin to "Schooner Invincible", 1/28/1836, (48) J. W. Fannin to James W. Robinson, 1/28/1836, (49) J. W. Fannin to John Appleton, 2/1/1836, (50) J. Fannin to John Appleton
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2-67 (51) J. Fannin to Appleton, (52) John Appleton to James Fannin, 2/3/1836, (53) James Fannin to Henry Foley, 2/3/1836, (54) J. W. Fannin to J. W. Robinson, 2/4/1836, (55) J. W. Fannin to Governor & Council, 2/8/1836, (56) Robert C. Morris to J. W. Fannin, 2/6/1836, (57) F. W. Johnson to J. W. Robinson, 2/9/1836, (58) R. W. Johnson to J. W. Fannin, 2/9/1836, (59) F. W. Johnson to J. W. Robinson, 2/9/1836, (60) J. W. Robinson to J. W. Fannin, 2/13/1836
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2-68 (61) J. W. Robinson to J. W. Fannin, 2/13/1836, (62) J. W. Fannin to Acting Governor, 2/14/1836, (63) J. W. Fannin to Governor & Council, 2/14/1836, (64) J. W. Fannin to J. W. Robinson, 2/14/1836, (65) Return of Votes for Major in Four Companies, 2/14/1836, (66) J. W. Fannin to John R. Foster & George Sutherland, 2/14/1836, (67) Robinson to J. Fannin, 2/5/1836, (68) J. Fannin to J. J. Linn, 2/14/1836, (69) J. W. Fannin to J. W. Robinson, 2/16/1836, (70) E. J. Holt to Michael Riley, 2/18/1836
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2-69 (71) Advisory Committee to Robinson, 2/15/1836, (72) Advisory Committee to Robinson, 2/22/1836, (73) William Ward to Alex Thompson & J. D. Clements, 2/20/1836, (74) William G. Hill to Public, 2/20/1836, (75) Alex Thompson & J. D. Clements to W. G. Hill, 2/14/1836, (76) W. G. Hill to A. Thompson & J. D. Clements, 2/20/1836, (77) William Ward to San Felipe, 2/21/1836, (78) J. Fannin to John Turner, 2/20/1836, (79) J. Fannin to Provisional Government, 2/3-20/1836, (80) J. Fannin to Governor, 2/21/1836
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2-70 (81) J. Fannin to Governor & Council, 2/22/1836, (82) J. Fannin to Henry Foley, 2/24/1836, (83) John S. Brooks to Mary Ann Brooks, 2/25/1836, (84) John S. Brooks to A. H. Brooks, 2/25/1836, (85) J. Fannin to Governor & Council, 2/25/1836, (86) J. Shackleford to Government of Texas, 12/1/1835-2/25/1836, (87) J. Fannin to Governor, 2/27/1836, (88) J. Fannin to Governor & Council, 2/28/1836, (89) J. Fannin to Joseph Mims, 2/28/1836, (90) J. Fannin to Governor & Council, 3/1/1836
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2-71 (91) Fannin to Desanque & Cheneworth, 3/1/1836, (92) John S. Brooks to Mrs. A. H. Brooks, 3/2/1836, (93) J. C. Ferguson to A. J. Ferguson, 3/2/1836, (94) Extracts From Lewis Ayer's Journal, (95) John S. Brooks to Mary Ann Brooks, 3/4/1836, (96) John S. Brooks to James Hogarty, 3/9/1836, (97) Burr H. Duval to Governor William P. Duval, 3/9/1836, (98) John S. Brooks to A. H. Brooks, (99) Robinson to Fannin, 3/6/1836, (100) Sam Houston to J. Fannin, 3/11/1836
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2-72 (102) J. Fannin to A. C. Horton, 3/14/1836, (103) J. Fannin to Samuel A. White, 3/14/1836, (104) J. Fannin to William Ward
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2-73 (1) R. B. Whitworth; Lawrencevill, Ga., 2/12/32, (2) Josephine W. Bradley, 3/11/32, (3) William S. Irvine's Documents on Fannin, 3/26/32, (4) C. R. Wharton; Houston, Tx., 4/4/32, (5) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 4/7/32, (6) E. C. Barker ; Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 4/7/32, (7) Dr. E. M. Coulter; Univ. of Georgia; Athens, Ga., 4/8/31, (8) O. B. Colquitt; U.S. Board of Mediation; Washington, D.C., 4/12/32, (9) Ruth Blair; Ga. State Dept. of Archives & History; Atlanta, Ga., Enclosing Documents, 4/13/32, (10) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 4/13/82
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2-74 (11) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., Enclosing Documents, 4/19/32, (13) Articles of Agreement, Fannin & Mimms; From C. E. Wharton, 5/7/32, (14) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 5/4/32, (15) William S. Irvine; Atlanta, Ga., 6/22/32, (16) Senator Conally to L. W. Kemp; 12/30/32, (17) E. M. Coulter; Univ. of Georgia; Athens, Ga., 1/3/33, (18) Judge C. R. Wharton; Houston, Tx., 2/5/33, (20) Dr. R. L. Biesele; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 7/10/33
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2-75 (22) Extract from Catalogue, C. W. Anger; Pottsville, Pa., 12/7/33, (23) Rev. Louis E. Plana; Goliad, Tx., 2/8/34, (24) C. R. Wharton; Houston, Tx., 2/16/34, (27) Judge C. R. Wharton; Houston, Tx., 3/26/34, (28) Dr. Carlos E. Castaneda; Del Rio, Tx., 3/31/34, (28a) Judge J. A. White; Goliad, Tx., 4/15/34
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2-76 (31) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 10/3/34, (33) History of Texas, by John Henry Brown; Vol. I; Chapters LII & LIII, (34) Dr. E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/12/34, (36) "Burial Place of Goliad Heroes Found" by Ed Kilman; Houston Post, 5/6/34, (37) Missing Officers of Fannin's Command not Killed, Detained, or Escaped, Lamar Papers; Brown's History of Texas, (38) Alphabetical List of Fannin's Command; Lamar Papers, (39) Reconstructed Roster of Fannin's Command as of 3/10/1836; By Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 1/29/35, (40) Ed Kilman; Houston Post; Houston, Tx., 12/12/34
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2-77 (42) Hobart Huson; San Antonio, Tx., 1/14/35, (44) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 2/9/35, (45) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 1/26/35, (46) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 1/24/35, (47) Herbert Davenport to Winnie Allen; UT Austin, 2/1/35, (48) Charles E. Castaneda; Del Rio, Tx., 1/16/34, (50) List of Officers of Fannin's Command; From Mr. J. H. Walker; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 1/16/35
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2-78 Hobart Huson; San Antonio, Tx.; List of Various Commands During the Goliad Campaign by Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx.; Received 2/10/35
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2-79 (54) Family Letters, James W. Fannin, Jr.; Houston, Tx., From Clarence R. Wharton, 2/13/35, (55) Victoria Advocate 1846-1934; "Jim Fannin Victim of Sam Houston 's Ambitions, "(57) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 2/13/35
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2-80 (59) "An Account of the Battle of Goliad and Fannin's Massacre: And the Capture and Imprisonment of Abel Morgan, Written by Himself"
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2-81 (60) "The Goliad Campaign" by Judge Clarence R. Wharton
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2-82 (61) "A Study of Fannin's Command "by L. W. Kemp (with corrections)
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2-83 (74) To Eliza S. Fannin From Margaret King, 12/13/1829, (75) To Eliza S.Fannin From Th. S. N. King, 6/11/1830, (76) To Eliza S.Fannin from Th. S. N. King, 8/18/1830, (77) To Eliza S. Fannin From Margaret King, 9/7/1830, (78) To Thomas S. N. King from Eliza S. Fannin, 9/16/1830, (79) To Eliza S. Fannin From J. W. Fannin, Jr., 10/27/1830, (80) To Eliza S. Fannin from J. W. Fannin, Jr., 4/23/1832
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2-84 (81) J. W. Fannin, Jr. to Miss Eliza Saffold Fannin, 6/11/1830, (82) Notes from John Henry Brown, (83) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/23/35, (84) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 2/20/35, (85) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 3/5/35, (86) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 3/18/35, (87) List of Fannin 's Men in 1874; Proceedings from Texas Veterans' Assoc. 1874; 3/18/35, (88) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 3/20/35; Sketch of Amon B. King; by James M. Robertson, (90) Herbert Davenport; Brownsville, Tx., 11/18/35
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2-85 (91) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 12/9/35
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2-86 Personnel of Fannin's Command Destroyed at and near Goliad, 3/12-27/1836; "Catholics at Goliad" by Rev. J. G. O'Donohue; The Goliad Decalaration of Independence, 12/20/1835; Biographical Notes, Edward Wingate; Fannin Rolls; "Captain Amon B. King's Command"
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2-87 Unnumbered Correspondence
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2-88 (1) Dr. A. R. Newsome; NC Historical Commission; Raleigh, NC, 3/31/32, (2) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 5/31/32, (3) Rev. George L. Crockett; Nacogdoches, 6/2/32, (5) Dr. A. R. Newsome; NC Historical Commission; Raleigh, NC, 6/9/32, (6) Bishop Joseph Blount Cheshire; Raleigh, NC, 6/11/32, (7) R. W. Winston; Lexington, Va., 6/15/32, (8) Dr. A. R. Newsome; NC Historical Commission, 6/16/32, (9) R. W. Winston; Lexington, Va., 6/19/32, (10) Dr. Hamilton; Univ. of North Carolina, 7/1/32
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2-89 (11) Dr. Alex Dienst; Temple, Tx., 7/25/32, (12) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogcoches, Tx., 8/2/32, (13) Mrs. R. G. Tolle; Austin, Tx., 12/9/32, (14) Mrs. R. G. Tolle; Austin, Tx., 1/5/33, (15) J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton; Univ. of North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC, 1/5/33, (16) Mrs. R. G. Tolle; Austin, Tx., 2/6/33, (17) Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr.; Raliegh, NC, 3/5/33, (18) Mrs. R. G. Tolle; Austin, Tx., 3/22/33, (19) Rev. George Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 4/19/33, (20) Bishop Joseph B. Cheshire; Chapter on Robert Potter from Nonnulla
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2-90 (21) "Robert Potter: Tar Heel and Texan Daredevil" by Judge Robert W. Winston; The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. XXIX, No. 2, 3/30, (22) Potter's Bill for Political College and his Speech in North Carolina Legislature, 1/22/1827, (23) Robert Potter's Appeal to citizens of Granville, Warren, Nash, and Franklin; Thomas F. Martin; Library of Congress; 6/17/32, (24) Members of 6th Congress of Republic of Texas, (26) "Bob Potter and Old Rose,"Texas Methodist Historical Association Quarterly, July 1910, (27) "The Career of Robert Potter" by L. W. Kemp; Robert Potter's Will, 2/11/1842, Account of Death of Robert Potter, Caddo Gazette, 3/13/1842; Miles Register, 4/4/1842, (29) List of papers in Trial of Rose for Murder of Potter; Nacogdoches, (30) Court Proceedings Against William P. Rose Et. Al. for Murder of Robert Potter.
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2-91 (31) Chief Justice O. M. Roberts' Decision on the Will of Robt. Potter; Lewis vs. Ames, (32) Robert B. Downs; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 7/19/33, (33) Robt. B. Downs; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 7/27/33, (34) Robert B. Downs; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 7/31/33, (35) Mrs. Edna Love; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 8/10/33, (36) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 10/23/33, (37) Albert Barden; Raleigh, NC, 8/18/33, (38) "The Head of Medusa" by Robert Potter (Reinzi); Halifax, NC, 7/14/1827, (39) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 11/3/33, (40) R. T. Connerly; Clerk, Supreme Court of Texas; Austin, Texas, 11/10/33.
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2-92 (41) Miss Harriet Smither; Austin, Tx., 10/17/34, (42) Extract of Crane's "Life of Sam Houston"; Potter and Sam Houston in Independence Convention, (43) Notes on Robert Potter; Lamar Papers Vol. IV, p. 260, (44) Article on Robert Potter and the Indians, Telegraph and Texas Register, 5/23/1838, (45) Account of Death of Robert Potter; Houston Morning Star and Houston Telegraph; 7/13/1842, (46) Extract from "The Man Who Made Texas Free" by Sam Houston Dixon, 11/28/34, (47) Miss Harriet Smither's Notes on Senate of the Sixth Congress, (48) "Bank of the United States," 5/10/1830, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (49) "Ammendment of the Rules "by Robert Potter, 2/1/1831, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (50)" The History of Harriet A. Ames Written by Herself."
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2-93 (51) "Distribution of Public Lands" by Robert Potter, 1/7/1830, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (55) Miss Harriet Smither; State Library; Austin, Tx., 10/11/33, (56) Dr. A. R. Newsome; NC Historical Commission; Raleigh, NC, 10/15/33, (58) W. T. Louch; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 4/9/31, (59) Thomas P. Martin; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 6/16/32.
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2-94 (61) Mae McFarland; Houston, Tx., 10/8/32, (62) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 7/8/33, (63) Address of H. T. Lyttleton; Marshall, Tx., (65) S. T. Watters; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 11/15/43, (66) George H. Templin; Supreme Court of Texas; Austin, Tx., 11/16/43, (67) Joe Hughes; Marion County Clerk; Jefferson, Tx., 11/19/43, (69) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 11/24/43, (70) S. T. Watters; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 11/25/43.
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2-95 (79) Houston Wade; Schulenburg, Tx., 12/9/43.
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2-96 (82) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke Univ.; Durham, NC, 12/15/43, (83) Mrs. Lois Foster Blount; Stephen F. Austin; Nacogdoches, Tx., 12/18/43, (84) H. Bailey Carroll; Texas State Historical Assoc.; Austin, Tx., 12/18/43, (85) Christopher Crittenden; State Dept. of Archives and History; Raleigh, NC, 12/20/43, (86) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 12/20/43, (88) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 12/21/43, (89) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 12/23/43, (90) Robert Usher; Tulane Univ.; New Orleans, La., 12/21/43; List of Ames Addresses in New Orleans and Marrero, La.; Biographical Sketches of E. Y. Ames and Frank Marrero.
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2-97 (93) J. G. DeRoulhac Hamilton; Univ. of North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC, 1/3/44, (94) Documents from Harriet Smither; State Library, Austin, Tx., 1/5/44, (96) Dr. H. Bailey Carroll; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 6/7/44, (97) Judge R. W. Writol; Chapel Hill, NC, 6/9/44.
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2-98 (101) Robert J. Usher; Tulane Univ.; New Orleans, La., 1/18/44, (102) Judge R. W. Winston; Chapel Hill, NC, 1/25/44, (103) List of Copies of Mrs. Ames' History Sent Out Dec. `43-Feb. `44, (104) J. H. Benefield; Jefferson, Tx., 7/20/36, (105) Dr. A. R. Newsome; NC Historical Commission; Raleigh, NC, 8/15/33, (106) Albert Barden; Raleigh, NC, 8/17/33, (109) R. D. W. Connor; Chapel Hill, NC, 1/4/44, (110) Dr. Joseph Robert; Duke Univ.; Durham, NC, 1/4/44.
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2-99 (111) Dr. H. Bailey Carroll; Austin, Tx., 6/14/44, (112) Miss Mary Ament; Tulane Univ.; New Orleans, La., 1/28/44, (113) Dr. A. R. Newsome; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 1/29/44, (114) R. W. Winston; Chapel Hill, NC, 1/31/44, (115) Address of Robert Sikes; Marshall, Tx., 2/1/44, (116) Mrs. J. P. Watters; Library of Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 2/4/44, (117) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 2/4/44.
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2-100 (121) Mary L. Thornton; Univ. of NC; Chapel Hill, NC, 2/15/44, (122) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/16/44, (124) Miss Nannie Tilley; Duke Univ.; Durham, NC, 2/17/44, (125) Robert J. Usher; Tulane Univ.; New Orleans, La., 2/19/44, (127) Miss Julia Ideson; Houston Public Library; Houston, Tx., 2/22/44, (128) Miss Mary L. Thornton; Univ. North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC, 2/24/44.
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2-101 (131) E. W. Winkler; Austin, Tx., 2/1/44, (132) To L. W. Kemp, Houston, Texas from S. E. Asbury, 2/2/44, (133) Mary L. Thornton; Univ. of North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC, 2/3/44, (134) Robert Sikes; Prosecuting Attorney Harrison County; Marshall, Tx., 2/26/44, (136) Mae McFadden; Houston, Tx., 3/11/44, (138) Walter Prichard; Louisiana State Univ.; University, La., 4/18/44, (139) Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 5/6/44, (140) William E. Howard; Woodsboro, Tx., 8/11/44.
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2-102 (142) Willis G. Briggs; Raleigh, NC, 8/3/44
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2-103 Unnumbered Correspondence
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3-1 (1) Eleanor S. Wilby; Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio; Cincinnati, OH, 2/1/32, (2) M. L. Bonham; Clinton, NY, 2/5/32, (3) E. W. Winkler, Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/5/32, (4) E. W. Winkler, Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/8/32, (5) C. H. Bridges; Adjutant General; Washington, DC, 2/26/32, (6) Prof. Visbette; Louisiana State Univ.; Baton Rouge, La., 3/8/32, (7) C. B. Galbraith; Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus, OH, 3/10/32, (8) Eleanor Wilby; Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio, 3/15/32, (9) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/24/32, (10) C. B. Galbraith; Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society; Columbus, Ohio, 4/7/32.
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3-2 (11) Prof. James E. Winston; New Orleans, La., 6/23/32, (12) J. H. Sweetman to Eleanor Wilby, 4/26/32, (13) Eleanor Wilby; Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio, 5/17/32, (14) Eleanor Wilby; Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio, 7/6/32, (15) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/10/32, (16) Eleanor Wilby; Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio, 10/12/32, (17) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; "The "Twin Sisters" Cannon, 1836-1865", (18) Extracts from Yoakum and Foote, (19) Col. A. J. Houston; LaPorte, Tx.; with Ben C. Stuart's Article, 7/8/33, (20) Sam Houston to Secretary of War Jno. B. Floyd, 1/3/1860.
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3-3 C. B. Galbreath; Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus, OH, 1/5/32; C. B. Galbreath, Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus, OH, 2/15/32; Beauford Chambless, Waco, Tx., 7/3/40.
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3-4 John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 10/14/32; Encl: References to Texas Revolution, Daily Evening Post, 1836; John C. Settelmayer; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1/5/33; Encl: References to Texas Revolution, Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Jan-June 1836; E. W. Winkler, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 1/17/33; John C. Settlemayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1/19/33; Eleanor S. Wilby; Historical and Philosophical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1/24/33; E. W. Winkler, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 1/31/33; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 3/7/33; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 4/10/33, John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 6/20/33; Encl: References to Texas Revolution, Cincinnati Daily Gazette, June-Dec 1836.
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3-5 John C. Settlemayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 6/21/33; Encl: References to Texas Revolution, Daily Evening Post June-Dec 1836; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 7/15/33; Encl: References to Texas Revolution, Cincinnati Daily Whig and Commercial Intelligence June-Dec 1836; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 9/20/33; Encl: References to Texas Revolution, Daily Cincinnati Republican and Commercial Register July-Dec 1836; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 11/18/33; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2/3/34; Encl: References to Texas Revolution, Cincinnati Newspaper Files 1835 and 1837; John C. Settlemayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 8/8/34; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 9/18/34; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 12/2/34, John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 12/21/34; John C. Settelmayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1/17/35.
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3-6 Col. George C. Childers "Description of the Affair at Alamo "Cincinnati Daily Whig and Comercial Intelligencer, April 19, 1836; Articles on Capture of Santa Anna, Daily Cincinnati Republican and Commercial Register, 5/27/1836; "Address of Gen. Rusk, "Daily Evening Post, 6/13/1836; "Return of Cincinnati Volunteers, "Daily Evening News, 6/6/1836; "A Message of Thanks to the People, "Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 1/6/36, "Bulletin of Battle of San Antonio,"Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 1/12/1836; "Glorious News from Texas,"Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 12/27/1835; Article, Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 5/7/1836; Article, Daily Cincinnati Republican and Commercial Register, 3/5/1836; "Editorial on the Horrible Affair in Texas, "Cincinnati Republican and Commercial Register, 5/11/1836; Article, Cincinnati Daily Whig and Commercial Intelligencer, 4/25/1836; "Texas-Important Report, "Cincinnati Daily Whig and Commercial Intelligencer, 4/29/1836; Address, Gen. Thomas J. Rusk to People of Texas, 5/10/1836; Article, Daily Commercial Republican and Commercial Register, 6/11/1836; Articles, Letters on Texas Revolution in Newspaper Files of Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, 1836.
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3-7 Cincinnati Daily Evening Post-articles from issues for: 1836-July 21; Aug. 2, 3, 5, 12; Oct. 20, 21; Nov. 5; Dec. 14. Cincinnati Daily Gazette: 1836-July 4, 6, 13, 21, 28; Aug. 2, 6, 12, 17; Sept. 3, 8, 9, 13, 14, 16, 26; Oct. 1, 8, 26, 28; Dec. 5, 8, 13, 15, 27. Cincinnati Daily Republican and Commercial Register: 1836-May 28; June 3; July 1, 8, 15, 20, 22, 29; Aug. 6, 8, 31; Sept. 9, 30; Nov. 16, 19. Cincinnati Daily Whig and Commercial Intelligencer: 1836-Jan. 27; Mar. 21; April 13, 30; Jun3 24, 28; July 21; Aug. 1; Sept. 3, 6, 8; Dec. 28.
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3-8 (1) Back of Petition of W. B. Garner Against Regulators, 12/18/1841, (2) Petition Against Regulators by W. B. Garner, 12/18/1841, (3) N. B. Garner to K. L. Anderson; 12/18/1841, (4) Data on the Two John M. Bradley's; By L. W. Kemp, (5) Peace Treaty Between Regulators and Moderators, 7/24/1824, (6) Affadavit, Peter Tumlinson, San Augustine County, (7) Fragment of Document sent by Mrs. W. F. Lake beginning on page 13, (8) Court Records of Trial of Dr. Burus for killing Col. at Moorman, (9) Account of Helen Daggetts' relations with Watt Moorman from Mrs. M. D. Lake, 3/17/33, (10) Article by D. W. Dobney White; Dallas News, 5/13/1899.
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3-9 (11) "Desperados of the Southwest" by Charles Summerfield.
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3-10 (13) "The Shelby War vs. the Regulators & Moderators "by Gov. O. M. Roberts; Texas Magazine, Aug. 1897, (14) "Eye-Witness Story of an Early Texas War" by Mrs. Mary Daggett Lake, (16) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 12/21/32, (18) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 1/28/33, (20) Mrs. M. D. Lake; Fort Worth, Tx., 3/5/33.
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3-11 (21) Mrs. M. D. Lake; Fort Worth, Tx., 3/17/33, (22) "Old Texan Hidden in Forsaken Masoleum" by Walter R. Humphrey, (23) Mattie A. Hatcher; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 4/4/33, (24) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 4/4/33, (25) Miss Harriet Smithers; State Library, Austin, Tx., 3/12/33, (26) J. E. Hewitt to Mrs. W. F. Lake; Mrs. W. F. Lake to S. E. Asbury, 3/22/33, (27) Harriet Smither; Austin, Tx., 5/4/33, (29) Mrs. W. J. Truitt; Fort Worth, Tx., 5/21/33, (30) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 5/23/33.
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3-12 (31) Mary Daggett Lake; Fort Worth, Tx., 5/28/33, (32) Mrs. M. D. Lake; Fort Worth, Tx., 6/26/33, (33) C. L. Benson; Univ. of Arkansas; Fayetteville, Ak., 7/4/33, (33.5) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 7/8/33, (34) Mrs. M. D. Lake; Fort Worth, Tx., 7/12/33, (35) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 7/13/33, (36) Article on John A. Murrell; from Coat's The Outlaw Years; NY 1930, (37) James A. Kilgore; Dallas, Tx., 7/25/33, (38) Mrs. M. D. Lake; Fort Worth, Tx., 7/28/33, (39) Petition; Wm. Cravans for Corn Furnished Texas Militia, 8/10/1858, (40) Frank E. Burkhalter; Baylor Univ.; Waco, Tx., 8/19/33.
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3-13 (41) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/4/33, (42) Mrs. M. D. Lake; Fort Worth, Tx., 9/1/33, (43) Frank E. Burkhalter; Baylor Univ.; Waco, Tx., 9/7/33, (44)John C. Settelmayer; Fort Worth, Tx., 10/1/33, (45) Frank E. Burkhalter; Baylor Univ.; Waco, Tx., 9/28/33, (47)John C. Settelmayer; Fort Worth, Tx., 10/11/33, (48) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 10/10/33, (49) Robert Sanders, Shelby County, Tx., to his son John Sanders, Brownsville, Tenn., 11/25/1841.
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3-14 (53) Prof. Charles S. Sydnor; Univ. of Mississippi, 11/15/33, (55) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 3/7/34, (56)John C. Settelmayer; Fort Worth, Tx., 3/8/34, (57) Prof. Frank E. Burkhalter; Baylor Univ.; Waco, Tx., 6/9/34, with note fromJohn C. Settelmayer, (58-1)John C. Settelmayer; Fort Worth, Tx., 6/22/34, (58-2)John C. Settelmayer; Houston, Tx., 8/25/34.
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3-15 George L. Crocket, 11/15/32; "The Poison Wedding," by George L. Crocket, 11/12/33; Mrs. R. G. Tolle, Austin, Tx., 10/8/32; Fred Kingdon, Austin, Tx., 11/29/32; Mrs. R. G. Tolle, Austin, Tx., 1/5/33; Mrs. R. G. Tolle, Austin, Tx., 2/21/33; Mrs. R. G. Tolle, Austin, Tx., 3/22/33; Harriet Smither, Austin, Tx., 4/12/33; Aurora Estrada, Austin, Tx., 5/17/33; Louise Gladney, Baton Rouge, La., 10/8/33; Charles S. Sydnor, Univ. of Mississippi, University, Miss., 10/11/33; J. H. Walker, General Land Office, Austin, Tx., 11/7/33; Robert Usher, Harvard Memorial Library, New Orleans, La., 11/28/33; Robert Usher, Harvard Memorial Library, New Orleans, La., 12/4/33; Philip Lahaye, Monroe, La., 3/9/34; Ed Kilman, Houston Post, Houston, Tx., 9/29/34; Ed Kilman, Houston Post, Houston, Tx., 10/10/34; Frank E. Burkhalter, Baylor Univ., Waco, Tx., 1/29/35; John Warren Love, Yorktown, Tx., 10/6/35; Ted Dealey, The Dallas News, Dallas, Tx., 12/13/35; John Love, Yorktown, Tx., 12/13/35; William R. Hogan, Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, La., 5/23/40; Gary Dagett Lake, Fort Worth, Tx., 2/15/44.
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3-15.5 "Famous Texas Feuds..." by C. L. Douglas, Houston Press, 10/26/34; "Recollections of the War of the Moderators & Regulators" by Eph M. Dagget; "Thrilling Scenes in Texas" by Ashcraft; Photostat of Memorial, Citizens of Shelby asking protection from "Regulators".
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3-16 (2) F. C. Shoemaker; Columbia, Mo., 2/5/32, (3) Miss Thornton, State Librarian of Georgia to Rev. H. D. Nash, Atlanta, Ga., 2/6/32, (4) I. K. Stephens, Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas, Tx., 2/13/32, (5) Walter B. Posey, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Ala., 3/7/32, (6) J. Frank Dobie, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 3/17/32, (7) Dr. Alex Dienst, Temple, Tx., 3/28/32, (8) Prof. Guy B. Johnson, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 3/30/32, (10) Dr. George P. Jackson, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn., 4/24/32.
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3-17 (11) Dr. George P. Jackson, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn., 5/11/32, (12) "Who's Like Jesus?," edited by H. E. Meyer, (13) J. Frank Dobie, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 6/16/32, (14) M. S. Hewitt, Georgetown, Tx., 6/16/32, (16) Joe R. James, Austell, Ga., 6/20/32, (17) Prof. Guy B. Johnson, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 6/20/32, (18) J. Frank Dobie, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 6/22/32, (19) Dean Henry E. Meyer, Southwestern Univ., Georgetown, Tx., 6/25/32, (20) Dean Henry E. Meyer, Southwestern Univ., Georgetown, Tx., 7/1/32.
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3-18 (22) Henry E. Meyer, Southwestern Univ., Georgetown, Tx., 7/8/32, (23) Dr. Guy B. Johnson, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 9/23/32, (24) Dr. Alex Dienst, Temple, Tx., 11/19/32, (27) Henry E. Meyer, Southwestern Univ., Georgetown, Tx., 11/7/32, (28) Dr. Alex Dienst, Temple, Tx., 11/29/32, (29) Dean Henry E. Meyer, Southwestern Univ., Georgetown, Tx., 12/22/32.
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3-19 (32) Henry Smith, SMU, 3/15/33, (34) "Old Time White Camp Meeting "by S. E. Asbury, 4/22/32, (37) Dean Henry E. Meyer, Southwestern Univ., Georgetown, Tx., 11/17/33, (41) Dean Henry E. Meyer, Southwestern Univ., Georgetown, Tx., 10/20/34.
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3-20 Unnumbered Correspondence from Henry Meyer, M. L. Bonham and Frank Dobie.
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3-21 Folk Plays: Guy B. Johnson, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1/27/33; William R. Hogan, National Park Services, Oklahoma City, Ok., 3/8/37.
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3-22 (1) Grant of Land, Lord Fairfax to Thomas Asbury, 1728, (2) Deed of Sale; Thomas Smith to Daniel Jennings, 4/14/1747, (3) Deed, Land Sale of Thomas Asbury to William Tremmill, 8/17/1766, (4) Deed of Land Sale of Daniel Jennings to Joseph Bircle, 11/28/1798, (5) Asbury Family Geneology from S. M. Asbury, (6) G. Page Asbury; Danville, Va., 1/12/32, (7) G. Page Asbury; Danville, Va., 1/31/32, (8) Mrs. W. A. Porter; Richmond, Va., 3/2/32, (9) Mrs. W. A. Porter; Richmond, Va.; Asbury & Jennings Family Records, 5/29/32, (10) E. H. McClure Co.; Dallas, Tx., 12/26/34.
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3-23 (11) Mrs. W. A. Porter; Richmond, Va., 8/16/32, (12) Mrs. W. A. Porter; Richmond, Va., 8/31/32, (13) Mrs. W. A. Porter and Fairfax County Records; 9/21/32, (14) S. M. Asbury's Account of His Life; 1/15/32, (15) Mrs. W. A. Porter; Richmond, Va., 12/6/32, (16) Walter L. Greene; Morganton, NC, 1/25/33, (17) List of Deeds of Asbury Family in Virginia; Mrs. W. A. Porter; Richmond, Va., 4/6/33, (18) Mrs. W. A. Porter; Richmond, Va., 7/17/33, (19) J. P. Breedlove; Duke Univ.; Durham, NC, 8/25/33, (20) Dr. W. K. Boyd; Duke Univ.; Durham, NC, 9/6/33.
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3-24 (21) Mrs. Nixon Turley, Lincolnton, NC, 12/15/33, (22) Will of Daniel Asbury, Probated July 1825, (23) Will of Rev. Henry Asbury, Probated Oct. 26, 1874, (24) Will of Nancy L. Asbury, Wife of Daniel Asbury, Probated Jan. 20, 1832, (25) Ollie F. Howafe; Denver, NC, 2/17/34, (27) Mrs. Mary Ellen Bridges' Account of the Death of Her Father, Rev. Henry Asbury, (29) Mrs. Olivia Davis; Dallas, Tx., 3/24/34, (30) W. A. Day, Sherrills Ford, NC, 4/7/34.
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3-25 (32) Sketch of the Life of Rev. Henry Asbury by W. A. Day, 4/7/34, (33) Dean Henry E. Meyer; Georgetown, Tx., 4/19/34, (34) Mr. Fred Acree; Waco, Tx., 7/23/34, (35) Miss Olivia Davis; Dallas, Tx., 7/26/34, (36) Fred Acree; Waco, Tx., 10/25/34, (37) Miss Anne Duke; Lexington, NC, 12/10/34.
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3-26 Thomas L. Asbury, Crawfordsville, Ga., 12/6/27; Dr. Alexander Dienst, Temple, Tx., 4/6/31; O. F. Asbury, Charlotte, NC, 3/31/32; Nannie F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 5/6/32; Nannie F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 7/16/32, Nannie F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 2/16/33; Nannie F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 4/3/33; Copeland, Elberton, Ga., 1/27/44; "Asbury in the Great Smokies,"Time, 9/10/45; "The Asbury Memorial,"North Carolina Christian Advocate, 3/30/16; "Rev. Francis Asbury,"Christian Advocate, 3/16/16/
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3-27 (1) Mrs. Wm. Stapleton Long; Charlottesville, Va. by Vora Asbury, 11/7/32, (2) "Woodward Family" by W. S. Day; Sherrils Ford, NC, 4/7/34, (3) George E. Woodward; Statesville, NC, 5/22/34, (4) Geneological Diagram of Woodward Family; Made 8/8/34, (5) Geneological Diagram of Frost Family; made 8/8/34, (6) Circular Diagram Geneology of Mrs. F. S. Asbury.
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3-28 (1) Paul Greene's Notes on Samuel P. Carson, 6/10/22, (2) Mary M. Greenlee; Old Fort, NC, 7/30/32, (3) Leila Bliss Shuey; Dallas News; Dallas, Tx., 9/20/32, (4) Mary M. Greenlee; Mooresville, NC, 9/30/32, (5) Dr. A. R. Newsome; North Carolina Historical Commission; Raleigh, NC, 4/13/32, (6) Americus Book Company; Americus, Ga., 5/24/33, (7) Mrs. N. F. Porter; Richmond, Va., 7/24/33, (8) Dr. Amelia Williams; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/3/34, (9) S. P. Carson's reply to Halifax, NC Citizens on a dinner in his honor, 8/11/1836, (10) Speech, Samuel Price Carson; on excluding Catholics from holding office; North Carolina Constitutional Convention, 1835.
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3-29 (11) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on Mission to Panama, 4/3/1826; Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (12) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on Sufferer's by Fire at Alexandria, Va., 1/19/1827, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (13) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "The Mission to Tacubaya" 2/15/1827, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (14) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "The Mission to Tacubaya" 2/15/1827, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (15) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Retrenchment "1/26/1828, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (16) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Indian Appropriations-Georgia and North Carolina" 5/1/1828, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (17) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on Indians in North Carolina 5/2/1828, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (18) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Land Claims in Tennessee" ; 1/12/1829, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (19) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Compensation of the Members of Congress "12/23/1829, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (20) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Buffalo and New Orleans Road "3/25/1830, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress.
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3-30 (21) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Expenses of the Impeachment "1/28/1831, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (23) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Minimum Duties" 1/21/1832, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (24) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "The Tariff-Memorial of South Carolina "1/23/1832, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (25) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Claim of Mrs. Commodore Decatur," 2/16/1832, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (26) Samuel P. Carson's Speech on "Revenue Collection Bill-Nullification"; 1/25/1833, Benton's Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, (29) General Theodore F. Davidson; Asheville, NC, 12/28/21.
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3-31 (36) Mary M. Greenlee; Greensboro, NC, 7/21/29, (38) Paul Greene; Cornell Univ.; Ithaca, NY, 9/24/22, (39) Mary M. Greenlee; Old Fort, NC, 1/8/29, (40) W. C. Ervin; Morganton, NC, 2/5/29.
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3-32 (42) Mary Greenlee; Greensboro, NC, 9/16/29, (44) Receipt for Payment of Carson's Picture, 11/16/21, (46) Mary M. Greenlee; Mooresville, NC, 10/1/32, (47) W. C. Ervin; Morganton, NC, 11/21/36, (48) W. C. Ervin; Morganton, NC, 12/10/36.
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3-33 (51) Documents on Samuel Carson, (52) Mrs. S. L. Avery; Morganton, NC, (53) "Historic Homes of North Carolina," by Judge A. C. Avery; Marion Progress, 1/10/29, (54) "Historic Homes of North Carolina," by Judge A. C. Avery, Marion Progress, 1/ /29, (55) "Historic Homes of North Carolina," by Judge A. C. Avery, Marion Progress, 1/24/29, (56) "Mr. Avery and Local History of Interest,"Marion Progress, 1/10/29, (57) "Buck Creek Mansion, Home of Carsons, in McDowell,"Asheville Citizen, 11/4/28, (60) Burke County, North Carolina Resolutions for Recognition of Republic of Texas, 5/16/1836.
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3-34 (61) James McDowell to McDowell, 10/28/1827, (63) Samuel P. Carson to Dr. R. B. Vance, 9/12/1827, (65) Rough Sketch on Carsons Life and Work, By S. E. Asbury.
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3-35 (1) East Tennessee Historical Society; Knoxville, Tenn., 3/30/31, (2) Tennessee Historical Society; Nashville, Tenn., 6/15/32, (3) Dr. W. A. Provine; Tennessee Historical Society; Nashville, Tenn., 6/24/32, (4) Dr. Thomas P. Abernethy; London, England, 6/27/32, (5) East Tennessee Historical Society; Knoxville, Tenn., 7/5/32, (6) Dr. P. M. Hamer; Univ. of Tennessee; Knoxville, Tenn., 7/6/32, (6.5) Dr. W. A. Provine; Tennessee Historical Society; Nashville, Tenn., 7/6/32, (7) Dr. W. A. Provine; Tennessee Historical Society; Nashville, Tenn., 8/10/32, (7A) Dr. W. A. Provine, Tennessee Historical Society; Nashville, Tenn., 8/9/33, (7B) Dr. W. A. Provine, Tennessee Historical Society; Nashville, Tenn., 8/16/33, (8) Dr. W. A. Provine; Tennessee Historical Society; Nashville, Tenn., 11/15/33, (9) Articles, Letters, etc: Texas Revolution; Newspaper Files, Tennessee Historical Society, Nashville, Tenn., first installment, 11/25/33, (10) Carnegie Library, Reference Department; Nashville, Tenn., 12/28/33.
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3-36 (11) Carl O. Katz, Nashville, Tenn., 12/29/33, (12) Mrs. John Trotwood Moore; State Library; Nashville, Tenn., 1/3/34, (13) Mrs. B. B. Cheney, Vanderbilt Univ.; Nashville, Tenn., 1/17/34, (14) R. B. Duncan, Librarian; George Peabody College; Nashville, Tenn., 1/18/34, (15) Carl O. Katz, Nashville, Tenn., 2/17/34, (16) List of References, Newspaper Files, Nashville Carnegie Library, Carl O. Katz, first installment, 3/1/34, (16.5) Carl O. Katz, Nashville, Tenn., 3/12/34, (17) Carl O. Katz, Nashville, Tenn., 3/27/34.
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3-37 (1) Charles Ficker; Maryland Historical Society; Baltimore, MD, 3/7/32, (2) James W. Foster; Enoch Pratt Free Library; Baltimore, MD, 12/30/33.
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3-38 (1) Lamar's Speech in US Senate in Memory of Sumner, Miss. Lex. Meth. Hist. Review, Vol I, no. 2, Oct. 1909, (2) Dunbar Rowland, 1/7/32, (3) Prof. Charles S. Sydnor, University, Miss., 12/29/32, (4) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 9/17/32, (6) Articles, Letters: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, first installment, (7) Articles: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Depart Archives and History, second installment, (7.5) Prof. Charles S. Sydnor, Univ. of Mississippi, 9/2/33, (8) Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 9/14/33, (8.5) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 10/7/33, (9) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 10/9/33, (10) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 10/7/33.
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3-39 (11) Articles, etc., Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, Jackson, Miss., rec'd 10/9/33, third installment, (11.5) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 10/9/33, (12) Articles from newspaper files, Department Archives and History, rec'd 10/20/33, fourth installment, (13) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 10/17/33, (14) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 10/22/33, (15) Articles: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, 10/23/33, fifth installment, (16) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 10/30/33, (17) Dr. Dunbar Rowland, Department Archives and History, Jackson, Miss., 11/1/33, (19) Miss Jewell Pope, University of Mississippi, 11/20/33, (20) List of References, Woodville Republican, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1836, Library University of Mississippi, rec'd 11/20/33.
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3-40 (21) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 12/5/33, (22) Articles, etc.: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, rec'd 12/5/33, sixth installment, (23) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 12/20/33, (24) List of References to Texas, Woodville Republican, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1835, Newspaper files, Univ. of Mississippi, 12/20/33, (25) List of References to Texas, Woodville Republican, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1937, Newspaper Files, Univ. of Mississippi, 12/20/33, (26) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 12/28/33, (27) Articles, Letters, etc.: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History rec'd 12/28/33, seventh installment, (28) Article from Mississippi Free Trader sent by L. W. Kemp, 2/2/34, (29) Articles, Letters: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, Jackson, Miss., rec'd 1/20/34, eighth installment, (30) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 1/29/34.
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3-41 (31) List of References: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Library, University of Mississippi, 2/1/34, (32) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 2/1/34, (33) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 2/27/34, (34) Requisition, General Edmund P. Gaines on the Garrison of Mississippi, June 28, 1836, Mississippi Department Archives and History, (35) Articles, Letters: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, ninth installment, (36) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 3/7/34, (36.5) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 3/20/34, (37) Articles, Letters, etc.: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, tenth installment, (38) Articles, Letters, etc.: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, eleventh installment, (39) Articles, Letters, etc.: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, twelfth installment, (40) Letters, Articles, etc.: Texas Revolution, Mississippi Department Archives and History, thirteenth installment.
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3-42 (41) Letters, Articles, etc.: Texas Revolution, Mississippi Department Archives and History, fourteenth installment, (42) Letters, Articles, etc.: Texas Revolution, Mississippi Department Archives and History, fifteenth installment, (43) Letters, Articles, etc.: Texas Revolution, Mississippi Department Archives and History, sixteenth installment, (44) Letters, Articles, etc.: Texas Revolution, Mississippi Department Archives and History, seventeenth installment, (45) Letter, Stephen F. Austin to Citizen of New Orleans, May 10, 1834, (46) List of References, Texas Revolution, Newspaper files, Univ. of Mississippi, fifth installment, 3/30/34, (47) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 3/30/34, (48) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 4/3/34, (49) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 3/31/34, (50) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 3/27/34.
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3-43 (51) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 4/9/34, (52) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 5/2/34, (53) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 6/1/34, (54) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss, 6/2/34, (55) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 6/27/34, (56) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 7/18/34, (57) Miss Jewell Pope, University, Miss., 7/25/34, (58) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 7/31/34, (60) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 8/29/34.
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3-44 (61) Miss Lois Campbell, Jackson, Miss., 10/2/34, (63) List References, Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Mississippi Department Archives and History, Jackson, Miss., rec'd 10/25/34, (66) Mrs. Lois Campbell Lowell, Jackson, Miss., 12/28/34, (67) Articles: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Department Archives and History, rec'd 12/28/34, (68) Articles: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Department Archives and History, rec'd 2/4/35, (69) Articles: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Department Archives and History, rec'd 6/1/35, (70) Mrs. Lois Campbell Lowell, Jackson, Miss., 1/16/35, (71) Mrs. Lois Campbell Lowell, Jackson, Miss., 1/31/35, (72) Mrs. Lois Campbell Lowell, Jackson, Miss., 2/27/35.
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3-45 Dunbar Rowland, Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss., 1/27/32; Charles S. Sydnor, Univ. of Mississippi, University, Miss., 1/29/32; Lois Campbell, Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss., 9/14/33; Lois Campbell, Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss.; Lois Lovell, Clinton, Miss., 1/24/35; Lois Lovell, Clinton, Miss., 6/20/35; Lois Lovell, Jackson, Miss., 11/5/36; Lois Lovell, Jackson, Miss., 5/21/37; Lois Lovell, Clinton, Miss., 5/15/35; Dunbar Rowland, Jackson, Miss., 7/5/33.
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3-46 (1)" Texan Aggression "from Old Santa Fe, 10/14, (2) Dr. Lansing B. Bloom; New Mexico Historical Society; Santa Fe, NM, 6/12/31, (3) Hester Jones; Historical Society of New Mexico, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 6/11/32.
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3-47 (1) Index to McArdle Papers: "Dawn at the Alamo" and "The Battle of San Jacinto, "(2) Miss Harriet Smither, Austin, Tx., 9/15/32, (3) Mrs. R. G. Tolle, Austin, Tx., 11/29/32, (4) Mattie Austin Hatcher, Office of Librarian, Univ. of Texas, 7/5/33, (5) Mattie Austin Hatcher, Office of Librarian, Univ. of Texas, 7/11/33, (6) University Studio, Austin, Tx., 7/28/33, (7) William B. Ruggles, Dallas News, 7/29/33, (8) References to McArdle and his paintings, Raines Yearbook for Texas, Vol. I pp. 249-253, (9) References to McArdle and his paintings, Raines Yearbook for Texas, Vol. II, pp. 228-9, 409, (10) Harriet Smither, Austin, Tx., 7/29/33.
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3-48 (11) University Studio, Austin, Tx., 8/3/33, (12) Addresses: McArdle Family, 1933, (13) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 9/25/33, (14) Dr. Dunbar Rowland, Mississippi Department Archives and History, Jackson, Miss., 9/25/33, (15) Miss Nannie F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 9/23/33, (16) A. B. Conner, College Station, Tx., 10/4/33, (17) Marie B. Owen, Alabama Department Archives and History, Montgomery, Ala., 10/13/33, (18) Dr. J. T. Lonsdale, College Station, Tx., 11/8/33, (19) Harriet Smither, Austin, Tx., 12/12/33, (20) Mrs. K. Krueger, Austin, Tx., 1/29/34, (21) Mrs. I. B. McFarland, Houston, Tx., 10/18/34.
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3-49 (1) Patty W. Washington; American Historical Association, Washington, DC, 8/24/32, (2) Patty W. Washington; American Historical Association, Washington, DC, 9/15/32, (3) L. D. Woodworth; Economy League of Michigan; Detroit, Mich., 9/16/32, (4) Patty W. Washington; American Historical Association, Washington, DC, 12/1/32, (5) Patty W. Washington; American Historical Association, Washington, DC, 2/19/34, (6) Patty W. Washington; American Historical Association, Washington DC, 3/29/34, (7) Patty W. Washington; American Historical Association, Washington DC, 4/2/34, (8) John Vanmale; Denver, Colo., 3/20/34; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 5/15/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 5/22/31; Grace S. Soper, Lakewood, NJ, 5/28/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 6/4/31; Grace S. Soper, Lakewood, NY, 6/13/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 7/9/31; Luther A. Johnson, Congress of U.S., Washington, DC, 7/18/31; Dorothy H. Criss, McMillan Company, NY, 7/23/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 7/27/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 8/7/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 8/14/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 8/17/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 9/19/31; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 2/11/32; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 8/15/32; Noah F. Morrison, Elizabeth, NJ, 11/9/32; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 11/13/36; Patty W. Washington, American Historical Association, 6/16/39; Guy Stanton Ford, American Historical Association, 9/23/41.
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3-50 (1) Dr. M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 11/10/32, (2) Dr. M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 7/6/24, (3) M. L. Bonham; Associate Justice of South Carolina; Anderson, SC, 7/24/33, (4) M. L. Bonham; Associate Justice of South Carolina; Anderson, SC, 7/26/33, (5) M. L. Bonham; Associate Justice of South Carolina; Anderson, SC, 8/15/33, (6) M. L. Bonham; Associate Justice of South Carolina; Anderson, SC, 8/22/33, (7) M. L. Bonham; Associate Justice of South Carolina; Anderson, SC, 12/1/33, (8) Dr. M. L. Bonham, Clinton, NY to Dr. Amelia Williams, Austin, Tx., 1/11/34, (9) M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 2/18/34, (10) Mrs. F. Schenkenberg; Dallas, Tx., 4/1/34.
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3-51 (13) M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 11/17/19, (16) Dr. Bonham's Article on James Butler Bonham; pp. 2-14, (17) E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/28/22, (18) S. E. Asbury to Dr. M. L. Bonham; Clinton, NY, 1/1/23, (20) Alex Dienst; Temple, Tx.
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3-52 (27) M. L. Bonham; Foreign Policy Association; Utica, NY, 3/30/31, (28) M. L. Bonham; Clinton, NY, 2/19/31.
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3-53 (35) M. L. Bonham; Clinton, NY, 5/29/31.
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3-54 (41) M. L. Bonham; Washington, DC, 7/29/31, (43) M. L. Bonham; Anderson, SC, 8/15/31, (46) M. L. Bonham; Clinton, NY, 11/24/31, (48) M. L. Bonham; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY.
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3-55 (56) M. L. Bonham; New York, NY, 4/ /32, (58) Addressed Envelope to M. L. Bonham, (59) M. L. Bonham; Clinton, NY, 10/31/32, (60) M. L. Bonham; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 9/12/33, (61) Frederick C. Ferry to Prof. Bonham, 11/7/32, (74) Miss Allie Tennant; Dallas, Tx., 7/25/37.
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3-56 (1) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/16/32, (2) Marie B. Owen; Department of Archives and History; Montgomery, Ala., 2/24/32, (3) E. W. Winkler; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 9/26/33, (3a) E. W. Winkler; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 11/21/33, (4) E. W. Winkler; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/5/33.
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3-57 (1) Herbert I. Bambrell; Dallas, Tx., 6/11/32.
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3-58 (1) "My Repertory of Stories," (2) "Fields O'Toe "or "Answered Prayer."
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3-59 (1) Role of Representatives, First--Ninth Congress.
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3-60 (1) List of rare book dealers in the United States.
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3-61 (1) "Letter to Henry Smith on His Music Drama," (2) Esthetic Arguments for Henry Smith (no titles), (4) Intructions to Typists, (5) H. W. Bransford; American Type Founders; Dallas, Tx., 10/10/34.
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3-62 (1) Grant Foreman; Muskogee, Ok., 10/5/30, (2) Oklahoma Historical Society; Oklahoma City, Ok., 4/9/31, (3) "Old Miller-Court House;"The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, 3/23/39, (4) Grant Foreman; Muskogee, Ok., 12/11/30.
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3-63 (1) Dr. J. F. Jameson; Library of Congress; North Edgecomb, Maine, 8/20/31, (2) Thomas P. Martin; Library of Congress; North Edgecomb, Maine, 6/16/32, (3) Thomas P. Martin; Library of Congress; North Edgecomb, Maine, 6/28/32.
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3-64 (1) Miss Margaret Wasson; Longview, Tx., 11/16/32, (2) Miss Helen Swift; Texas Extension Service; College Station, Tx., 3/11/33, (3) W. T. Carter; Soil Survey; College Station, Tx., 3/27/34, (3.5) Mrs. J. L. Brock; Brazos Company Board of Relief; Bryan, Tx., 4/14/34; Frank C. Patten, Rosenburg Library, Galveston, Tx., 8/5/32; Paul E. Engle, Bay City, Tx., 1/19/35; Paul E. Engle, Bay City, Tx., 1/30/35, Wyatt O. Selkirk, Blessing, Tx., 2/9/35; McMillen School, Perryton, Tx., 1/30/36; Mary Louise Brinkmann, Port Arthur, Tx., 3/20/36; Jay Carlisle, Kerrville, Tx., 3/25/36; Frank E. Simmons, Oglesby, Tx., 2/17/37; S. W. Geisee, Dallas, Tx., 7/28/37; Dorothy Varisco, Poughkeepsie, NY, 2/16/44; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 9/29/44; H. M. Mills, Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio, 10/7/44; A. J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 11/5/44; Mrs. Max Weinert, Seguin, Tx., 11/12/44; Mrs. Max Weinert, Seguin, Tx., 11/12/44; Mrs. Max Weinert, Seguin, Tx., 11/17/44; W. C. Gary, San Augustine, Tx., 10/11/44; Mrs. Sam W. Jackson, Madisonville, Tx., 12/13/44; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 1/1/45, Enc: Article on John Coffee; Mrs. Max Weinert, Seguin, Tx., 2/9/45; Mrs. Sam Jackson, Madisonville, Tx., 2/10/45; John Knox, Giddings, Tx., 3/19/45; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., (undated); W. T. Carter.
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3-65 (1) Miss Rebecca Johnston, Virginia Historical Society, 12/31/32, (2) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 3/3/33, (3) "Duels and Duelists of Bygone Virginia Days" by Evans R. Chesterman; Richmond, Va., (4) Franklin A. Spiker, Univ. of Virginia, 8/22/33, (5) Dr. Thomas P. Abernathy, Univ. of Virginia, 9/17/33, (6) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 9/28/33, (7) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 10/17/33, (8) List of References: Texas Revolution; Newspaper Files, Virginia State Library; first installment, Oct. 17, 1933, (9) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 11/2/33, (10) References: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Richmond Enquirer, 5/17/1836-3/3/1837, Virginia State Library, second installment, 11/17/33.
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3-66 (11) References: Texas Revolution; Newspaper Files, Niles Register 9/17/1836-2/2/1837, Virginia State Library, second installment, 11/17/33, (12) References: Texas Revolution; Newspaper Files, Richmond Daily Courier and Compiler, 7/15/1835-12/26/1836, Virginia State Library, second installment, 11/17/33, (13) References: Texas Revolution; Newspaper Files, Southern Churchman, 9/18/1835-5/27/1836, Virginia State Library, second installment, 11/17/33, (14) Mrs. Nannie Francisco Porter; Raleigh, Va., 11/25/33, (15) References: Texas Revolution; Newspaper Files; Richmond Whig 1/3-12/29/1837, Virginia State Library, third installment, 11/24/33, (16) References to Texas Revolution; Newspaper Files, Richmond Enquirer 8/25-12/15/1837, Virginia State Library, third installment, 11/24/33, (17) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 12/28/33, (18) Exerpts from Newspaper Files: Texas Revolution; Richmond Whig 7/5/1835-12/30/1836, Virginia State Library, fourth installment, 12/28/33, (19) Exerpts from Newspaper Files: Texas Revolution; Niles Register 3/1835-8/1836, Virginia State Library, fourth installment, 12/28/33, (20) List of Newspapers, 1835-37, Virginia State Library, fourth installment, 12/30/33.
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3-67 (21) F. A. Spiker; Univ. of Virginia, 1/24/34, (22) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 1/23/34, (23) Copy of Records as compiled by Dr. Henry R. McIlwaineState Librarian of Virginia, (24) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 2/8/34, (25) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 2/24/34, (26) Bill and Note, Mrs. N. F. Porter; Richmond, Va., 3/28/34, (27) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 3/16/34, (28) Dr. Thomas P. Abernathy, Univ. of Virginia, 3/28/34, (29) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 6/7/34, (30) Mrs. N. F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 7/14/34, (31) Mrs. I. B. McFarland, Houston, Tx., 8/2/34.
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3-68 Nannie F. Porter, Richmond, Va., 7/16/33; Franklin A. Spiker, University, Va., 12/28/33; Mae, Houston, Tx., 7/30/34; Nannie Francisco Porter, Richmond, Va., 1/1/35; Nannie Francisco Porter, Richmond, Va., 3/25/36.
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3-69 (2)" Circular to the Citizens of Brazoria "by William H. Wharton, (3) Speech, W. H. Wharton and others on Aransas Railroad Navigation Ban, Telegraph and Texas Register, 5/26/1837.
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3-70 (1) Dr. E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/10/32, (2) Texas State Historical Association; Austin, Tx., 12/12/32, (3) Dr. E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/23/32, (4) Dr. E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/27/32, (5) Dr. E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 4/17/33, (6) S. E. Asbury to Dr. E. C. Barker, 1/27/25, (7) Dr. E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/26/34.
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3-71 (1) General Gaines to Governor Lynch of Mississippi, 4/8/1836, (3) Combined letters of S. E. Asbury and L. W. Kemp, 1/33, (5) Bill for removing bodies of old Texans to State Cemetary; L. W. Kemp, (6) Miss Cora M. Avery; Amarillo, Tx., 1/18/33, (7) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/27/33, (8) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 2/21/33, (9) Harry P. N. Gammel; Gammel's Bookstore, Inc.; Austin, Tx., 4/5/33, (10) Gammel's Book Store, Inc.; Austin, Tx., 4/20/33.
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3-72 (11) Ethel Mary Franklin; Austin, Tx., 5/2/33, (12) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 5/4/33, (13) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/27/33, (14) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 5/4/33, (15) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 11/2/33, (15a) "Major George W. Poe," from L. W. Kemp; 2/15/42, (16) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 11/14/33, (16a) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 2/12/42, (17) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 12/6/33, (17a) "Meet Lou Kemp" by Ed Kilman; Houston Post, 2/8/42, (18)" Capture of Santa Anna" by Houston WadeLaGrange Journal, 11/16/33, (19) L. W. Kemp with enclosure from Mrs. Julia P. Henderson; Rochester, NY, 1/3/34, (20) List of living children of San Jacinto veterans in 1934 by L. W. Kemp, 4/5/34, (20a) "Ashley R. Stephens "by L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/3/34.
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3-73 (21) "John Wilkenson" by L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/15/34, (22) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/13/34, (23) "Robert Barr "by L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., (24) "Dr. James D. Jennings," by L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/15/34, (25) "Oliver T. Brown" by L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/18/34, (26) J. W. Hassell to his father; 6/21/1836, (28) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 11/30/34, (29) Houston Wade; Houston, Tx., 12/27/34, (30) "Defense of Moseley Baker" by Ed Kilman; Houston Post, 12/23/34, (31) "Moseley Baker" by L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 12/28/34.
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3-74 Stella Shurtleff, Houston, Tx., 3/11/37; list of Texans in Battle of San Jacinto, (partial).
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3-75 (1) Ira Ingram to Roswell Ingram, 5/12/1830, (2) Ira Ingram to Roswell Ingram, 5/29/1830, (3) Ira Ingram to Roswell Ingram, 3/19/1833, (4) Ira Ingram to Roswell Ingram, 3/18/1833, (5) Ira Ingram to Roswell Ingram, 5/10/1834, (6) Ira Ingram to Roswell Ingram, 1/9/1835, (7) Will of Ira Ingram; Matagorda, Tx., 9/15/1837, (8) Will of Seth Ingram; 3/9/1837, (9) Declaration of Independence made at Goliad 12/20/1835; Texas Almanac 1860, (10) "Texas' Lost Declaration of Independence"Dallas News by Miss Fannie Ratchford, 3/5/33.
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3-76 (11) Marriage License of Seth Ingram to Susanna Rice, 12/5/1837, (12) Salary Warrant of Ira Ingram as Speaker, 12/22/1836, (13) Affadavit, Clerk of House of Representatives, Republic of Texas; Ira Ingram salary and expense account as Speaker, 12/22/1836, (14) Affadavit; A. C. Horton, 10/20/1837, (15) References in Linn's Reminiscences to Ira Ingram, (16) Extract from Austin Papers (1922), Killing of Holtham, (18) "Six Letters from Texas" by Mrs. E. W. Wade, Joplin, Mo., (19) Mrs. E. W. Wade; Joplin, Mo., 1/27/33, (20) Mrs. E. W. Wade, Joplin, Mo., 2/2/33.
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3-77 (21) Mrs. E. W. Wade; Joplin, Mo., 3/22/33, (22) Mrs. E. W. Wade; Joplin, Mos., 3/14/33, (23) Mrs. E. W. Wade; Joplin, Mo., 3/29/33, (24) Mrs. E. W. Wade; Joplin, Mo., 4/17/33, (25) Mrs. E. W. Wade; Joplin, Mo., 5/16/33, (26) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 2/25/33; Memorandum on Ira and Seth Ingram, (27) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 3/3/33; Memorandum on Ira and Seth Ingram, (28) Dr. M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 3/13/33, (29) Dr. M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 3/15/33, (30) Dr. M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 3/29/33.
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3-78 (31) Fred E. Wenzel; Oneida County Clerk; Utica, NY, 5/5/33, (32) Dr. , Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/14/33, (33) Dr. E. C. Barker, Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/10/33, (34) Dr. E. C. Barker; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/24/33, (35) E. W. Winkler; Austin, Tx., 3/11/33, (36) Prof. J. H. Boring; Matagorda, Tx., 4/5/33, (37) Prof. J. H. Boring; Matagorda, Tx., 4/20/33, (38) Prof. J. H. Boring; Matagorda, Tx., 5/3/33, (39) Mrs. Richard Jenkins; Joplin, Mo., 4/14/33, (40) Mrs. Grace L. Jenkins; Noel, Mo., 6/5/33.
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3-79 (41) References to Ira and Seth Ingram in Austin Papers, (42) J. H. Boring; Matagorda, Tx., 6/5/33, (43) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; New Orleans, La., 11/6/1852, (44) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; New Grenada, Cangajena, 1/26/1853, (45) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; New York City, NY, 8/1/1853, (46) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; New York City, NY, 9/26/1853, (47) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; New York City, NY, 10/1/1853, (48) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; Philadelphia, Pa., 12/9/1853, (49) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; Philadelphia, Pa., 2/2/1854, (50) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; Philadelphia, Pa., 3/7/1854,
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3-80 (51) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; Philadelphia, Pa., 5/10/1854, (52) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; Jefferson Mills, NH, 8/14/1854, (53) Seth Ingram to James H. Selkirk; Jefferson Mills, NH, 9/26/1854, (54) Mrs. E. W. Wade; Joplin, Mo., 6/13/33, (55) "Account of a Public Dinner, Aug. 22, 1832" by Ira Ingram, (56) Dr. Dunbar Rowland; State Archives; Jackson, Miss., 7/6/33, (58) Dr. M. L. Bonham, Jr.; Hamilton College; Clinton, NY, 7/26/33, (59) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 8/21/33, (60) Mrs. Richard Jenkins; Webb City, Mo., 9/11/33.
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3-81 (61) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 10/29/33, (62) J. H. Boring; Matagorda, Tx., 10/7/33, (63) J. H. Boring; Matagorda, Tx., 11/23/33, (64) J. H. Boring; Matagorda, Tx., 11/29/33, (65) Mrs. Rachel Jenkins; Webb City, Mo., 3/14/34, (67)" On the Death of Ira Ingram."
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3-82 Dora Wade, Sherman, Tx., 1/30/35; Photostat of receipt to Ira Ingram, 10/20/1834.
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3-83 List of Historical Files.
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3-84 List of contents of cabinet drawers.
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3-85 (1) Miss Ima Hogg; 1/28/33, (2) Miss Ima Hogg; Mineral Wells, Tx., 5/4/33, (3) Miss Ima Hogg; Mineral Wells, Tx., 5/12/33, (4) Miss Ima Hogg; Houston, Tx., 5/18/33, (5) Dr. Charles W. Ramsdell; Univ. of Texas, 3/9/33, (6) Dean C. S. Potts, SMU Law School; Dallas, Tx., 3/25/33, (7) Dean C. S. Potts, SMU Law School; Dallas, Tx., 4/5/33, (8) C. S. Potts, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tx., 5/23/33, (9) Miss Ima Hogg; Houston, Tx., 6/15/33, (10) Miss Bess Ferguson; Palestine, Tx., 7/19/33, (11) Miss Ima Hogg to Houston Chronicle forwarded to Asbury through H. E. Brigham, 9/4/34, (12) Miss Ima Hogg, Houston, Tx., 10/11/34, (13) Miss Ima Hogg, Houston, Tx., 1/23/35, (14) H. E. Brigham, Secretary Hogg Brothers; Houston, Tx., 1/25/35, (15) Dr. George L. Crocket, Nacogdoches, Tx., 2/10/35, (16) Dudley G. Wooten to Huling P. Robertson; Temple, Tx., 12/23/1892, (17) Christmas Telegram from Ima Hogg.
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3-86 (1) "Council House Fight"Niles Register Vol. 58, no. 113, (2) "A Further Account of the Council House Fight"Niles Register.
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3-87 (1) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/10/35, (2) Land Grants to those participating in the Storming of Bexar, (3) Mrs. L. F. Blount; Nacogdoches, Tx., 5/4/36, (4) Extract from article; Fairfield Recorder, 6/21.
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3-88 (1) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 10/28/31, (2) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 1/12/32, (3) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 3/2/32, (4) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 8/4/32, (5) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 10/24/32, (6) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 11/8/32, (7) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 11/18/32, (8) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 12/1/32, (9) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 12/1/32, (10) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 12/12/32.
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3-89 (11) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 12/23/32, (12) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 2/14/33, (13) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 3/12/33, (13.5) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 3/17/33, (14) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 7/13/33, (15) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 8/26/33, (16) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 2/5/34, (17) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 5/28/34, (18) R. Franklin Hall; San Antonio, Tx., 8/25/34, (19) R. Franklin Hall; Melissa, Tx., 12/16/35, (20) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 3/23/36.
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3-90 (21) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 4/25/36, (22) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 5/21/36, (23) R. Franklin Hall; Melissa, Tx., 6/28/36, (24) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 10/22/37, (25) R. Franklin Hall; San Benito, Tx., 1/7/39, (26) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 10/13/39, (27) R. Franklin Hall; McKinney, Tx., 1/18/43, (28) Houston Wade; Houston, Tx., 7/14/33, Enc.:" Historical Facts; Fayette County and the Sheriff's Department,"La Grange Journal, 7/13/33, (29) A. S. Burleson; Austin, Tx., 8/2/33, (30) Houston Wade; Houston, Tx., 8/12/33.
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3-91 (31)" Dawson and His Fayette County Company" by Houston Wade; La Grange Journal, 8/17/33, (32) Article by Houston Wade; La Grange Journal, 8/27/33, (33) Houston Wade; Houston, Tx., 9/20/33, (34) "Houston Wade's Memorial Address Appears Next Week"La Grange Journal, 11/16/33.
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3-92 (1) Hm. Charles H. Mills, Corsicana, Tx., 2/14/33, (2) Mr. George B. Dealey, Dallas News, 4/4/33, (3) Dr. James Dealey with notes of Mr. Sam Acheson, 4/6/33, (4) Sam Acheson, Dallas News, Dallas, Tx., 4/10/33, (5) Index on Roger Mills.
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3-93 (1) Manuscript from Rev. George L. Crocket.
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3-94 (1) Bill and Circular from Protective Society, 1/20/33.
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3-95 (1) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/10/33, (2) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 4/14/33, (3) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 10/7/33, (4) L. W. Kemp; Texas State Historical Association; Houston, Tx., 12/19/43, (5) Notice of Meeting in Nacogdoches for election of delegates to Convention of 1833 (in Spanish), (6) Letter of Protest Against Convention of 1833 by John Durst, 1/12/33 (in Spanish), (7) List of Delegate of Convention of 1833, (8) List of Authorities in Biographical Directory of Early Conventions and Congresses.
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4-1 (1) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 4/6/22, (2) Julia Ideson; Houston Public Library; Houston, Tx., 10/29/29, (3) Rupert N. Richardson; Simmons Univ.; Abilene, Tx., 2/23/33, (4) Mary U. Rothrock; Lawson McGee Library, Knoxville, Tenn., 2/25/33, (5) James A. Winston; New Orleans, La., 3/8/33, (6) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/15/34, (7) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 1/25/34, Enc.: Article on James B. Wood, (8) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 2/19/34, Enc.: Circular;" Fellow Citizens of the County of Liberty," by James B. Wood, 7/28/1838, (9) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 4/1/35, (10) Alex Dienst; Temple, Tx., 5/10/34.
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4-2 (11) L. W. Kemp; Austin, Tx., 10/22/44, (12) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 10/28/44, (13) S. E. Asbury to L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 10/31/44, (14) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 12/13/44, (15) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., (16) Dr. C. B. Stewart; Montgomery, Tx., 6/20/1880, (17) "The Find of Seth Shepard, "Galveston News, 4/5/05, (18)" After 94 Years in a Rusty Box, Sacred Document of Texas at Last Gets a Nobler Home, "Dallas News, 3/2/30, (19) Article on George Campbell Childress by L. W. Kemp, 1/12/34, (20) Article on James Gaines by Rev. George L. Crocket.
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4-3 (21) Members of Independence Convention, 3/2-17/1836, (22) Signers of Declaration of Independence, (23) S. E. Asbury's Classification of Signers of Texas Declaration of Independence.
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4-4 (1) William R. Hogan; Austin, Tx., 7/2/33, (2) Claudia Mercer; San Benito, Tx., 3/30/34.
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4-5 (1) Account of Banquet for George L. Crocket, 5/16/33, (3) S. E. Asbury to Dr. Alex Dienst, 2/2/25, (3a) J. Evetts Haley; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/14/33, (4) S. E. Asbury to E. P. Arneson; San Antonio, Tx., 2/21/25, (4a) J. Evetts Haley; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/24/33, (5) D. H. Newhall; New York, NY, 3/23/25, (5a) J. Evetts Haley; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 1/3/34, (6) S. E. Asbury to Daniel H. Newhall, 4/27/25, (6a) William R. Hogen; Louisiana State Univ.; Baton Rouge, La., 1/25/34, (7) E. P. Arneson; 1/15/25, (8) Alex Dienst; Temple, Tx., 1/27/24, (9) Mrs. J. Wallace Brosig; Navasota, Tx., 7/22/33, (10) Mrs. Mamie Wynne Cox; Huntsville, Tx., 7/29/33.
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4-6 (11) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/26/33, (12) Mrs. Mamie Wynne Cox; Huntsville, Tx., 9/30/33, (13) Judge Clarence Wharton; Houston, Tx., 9/30/33, (14) Miss Amelia Williams; Austin, Tx., 11/1/33, (15) "State Archivist Says Asbury Has Best Documents, "Bryan Eagle, 12/11/33, (16) "Houston Wade Will Speak at Public School,""Another Good Historical Article this Week, "La Grange Journal, 12/31/33, (18) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 3/26/34, (19) Rev. George L. Crocket; Nacogdoches, Tx., 4/12/34, (20) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 3/15/34.
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4-7 (21) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 4/5/34, (22) Ather; Dallas, Tx., 6/6/34, (23) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 7/23/34, (24) M. L. Bonham; Durham, NC, 7/20/34, (26) M. L. Bonham; Clinton, NY, 8/19/34, (27) Dr. Alex Dienst; Temple, Tx., 7/31/34, (27a) Mamie Wynne Cox; Huntsville, Tx., 11/15/34, (28) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 11/27/34.
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4-8 Ed Kilman, Austin, Tx., 1/15/35; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 4/25/35; George L. Crocket, Nacogdoches, Tx., 11/25/35; Winnie Allen, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 12/19/35; Mrs. W. F. McFarland, Houston, Tx., 2/23/36, Ted Dealey, Dallas News, Dallas, Tx., 3/13/37; Managing editor of Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Austin, Tx., 10/2/39; Henry Allen Poe, New York, NY, 10/30/39; Death notice of George Crocket, Daily Sentry, Nacogdoches, Tx.
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4-9 (1) Harriet Smither; State Library; Austin, Tx., 8/18/33, (2) Maud G. Sites; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 9/2/33, (3) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 10/18/33, (4) Various Check Lists of Newspapers Filed in United States, (5) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tx., 11/1/33, (7) Mrs. Maud G. Sites; Library of Congress; Washington, DC 9/7/33, (8) Mrs. Maud G. Sites; Library of Congress; Washington, DC 9/16/33, (9) Mrs. Maud G. Sites; Library of Congress; Washington, DC 10/9/33.
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4-10 (11) Maude G. Sites; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 11/22/33, (12) List of Newspapers in Univ. of Texas Library, 1839-1852, (13) List of References: Texas Revolution, Telegraph and Texas Register, and The Albiou, State Library; Austin, Tx., 2/1/34, (14) J. R. Fleming; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/18/34, (15) List of References: Texas Revolution; Telegraph and Texas Register, 1/6-8/4/1838, Library, Univ. of Texas; fifth installment, 2/28/34, (16) List of References: Texas Revolution, Matagorda Bulletin, 8/9-12/27/1837, Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., sixth installment, 2/28/34, (17) Texas Newspapers Before 1835; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/28/34, (18) Winnie Allen; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 6/11/34, (19) Robert W. G. Vail; American Antiquarian Society; Worcester, Mass., 1/2/34, (20)" Houston's Fighting Editor" by Ed Kilman; Houston Post, 12/7/34.
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4-11 (21) Billings Hayward to D. G. Burnet, New York City, 3/4/1836, Brinkley's Official Correspondence of the Texas Revolution, Vol. I, pp. 480-1, (22) Clarence S. Brigham; American Antiquarian Society; Worcester, Mass., 12/3/41, (23) Allene Ramage; Duke Univ., Durham, NC, 12/2/41, (24) S. E. Asbury to Clarence S. Brigham;American Antiquarian Society, 11/28/41, (25) Marjorie Watkins; New York Society Library; New York, NY, 12/30/41, (26) Clarence S. Brigham;American Antiquarian Society; Worcester, Mass., 12/30/41, (27) Paul North Rice; New York Public Library; New York, NY, 1/5/42, (28) Dorothy C. Barck; New York Historical Society; New York, NY 1/7/42, (29) William C. Binkley; Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn., 1/19/42, (30) L. W. Kemp; San Jacinto Museum; Houston, Tx., 2/8/42.
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4-12 (31) To Allene Ramage, Duke Univ., From S. E. Asbury, 11/28/41, (32) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/5/42, (33) S. W. Geiser; Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas, Tx., 3/16/42, (34) Ike Moore; San Jacinto Museum; Houston, Tx., 3/12/42, (35) Bascom Giles, General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 6/16/42, (36) Allene Ramage, Duke Univ.; Durham, NC, 11/4/41.
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4-13 (41) List of Newspaper Files: Texas Revolution, 9/1835-8/1836, Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 2/18/34, (42) Mrs. Maud G. Sites; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 2/15/34, (43) Mexican Newspapers, 1835-36; Library of Congress, (44) Dr. Thomas P. Martin; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 12/15/33, (45) J. R. Fleming; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 9/18/34, (46) L. W. Kemp; The Texas Company; Houston, Tx., 3/10/44, (47) Paul North Rice; New York Public Library; New York, NY, 3/18/44, (48) George A. Osborn; Rutger's Univ.; New Brunswick, NJ, 3/18/44, (49) Ethel Hutchins; Public Library of Cincinnati; Cincinnati, Ohio, 3/21/44.
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4-14 (50) H. S. Parsons; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 3/22/44, (51) Edward P. Alexander; State Historical Society; Madison, Wisc., 12/24/44, (52) Ruth Davis; Connecticut State Library; Hartford, Conn., 3/25/44, (53) George A. Osborn; Rutgers Univ.; New Brunswick, NJ, 3/25/44, (54) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/29/44, (55) Edna Huntington; Long Island Historical Society; Brooklyn, NY, 3/30/44, (56) Paul North Rice; New York Public Library, New York, NY, 3/30/44, (57) R. W. G. Vail; Univ. of State of New York; Albany, NY, 3/29/44, (58) Ethel Hutchins; Public Library of Cincinnati; Cincinnati, Ohio, 3/31/44, (59) Marjory Walker; General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen; New York, NY, 4/4/44.
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4-15 J. R. Fleming, Austin, Tx., 4/9/35; "War Correspondent, 1836,"Houston Post, 3/12/44; William C. Binkley, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn., 3/5/44; Epping Forest, Jacksonville, Fla., 3/25/44, Tabulatry of Chronology of Telegraph and Texas Register.
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4-16 (2) Letter and Documents, Mrs. Marjorie Rogers; Marlin, Tx., 9/22/33, (3) Mrs. Marjorie Rogers; Marlin, Tx., 9/25/33, (14)" Plum Grove Rifles" by Frank Young, La Grange Journal, 12/21/33.
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4-17 (1) Dr. Herbert Gambrell; Southern Methodist Univ.; Dallas, Tx., 9/29/33, (2) Letters from Anson Jones to M. P. Norton; Postmaster of Houston, Tx., (3) Various letters in possession of Charles G. Norton, (4) Dr. Alex Dienst; Temple, Tx., 10/16/33, (5) Jno. E. Green, Jr.; Houston, Tx., 10/17/33, (6) Dr. R. H. Aynesworth; Waco, Tx., 10/19/33, (7) Dr. Thomas P. Martin; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 10/19/33, (8) Daniel H. Newhall; New York City; 10/20/33, (9) Judge Clarence Wharton; Houston, Tx., 10/23/33, (10) Julia Ideson; Houston Public Library; Houston, Tx., 10/25/33.
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4-18 (11) Dr. Alex Dienst; Temple, Texas to Phillip Norton, College Station, Tx., 10/26/33, (12) Ashbel Smith to Anson Jones; 11/11/1878, (13) Alicia C. Dean; Rice Institute; Houston, Tx., 10/25/33, (14) W. E. Wrather; Dallas, Tx., 11/4/33, (15) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 11/3/33; Enclosures: Rueben M. Potter to Ashbel Smith, (18) J. Evetts Haley; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 12/7/33, (19) Herbert Gambrell; Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas, Tx., 1/10/34.
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4-19 (1) Prof. James A. McMillen; Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, La., 9/28/33, (2) R. J. Usher; Howard Memorial Library; New Orleans, La., 9/30/33, (3) Alvin R. Rolfs, Tulane Univ., New Orleans, La., 10/4/33, (4) Miss Louise Gladney; Baton Rouge, La., 10/9/33, (5) Alvin R. Rolfs; Tulane Univ.; New Orleans, La., 10/9/33, (6) David C. DeMent, New Orleans, La., 10/12/33, (7) Miss Henrietta Kemp; Louisiana State Univ.; Baton Rouge, La., 10/17/33, (8) Miss Elsie C. Bing; Howard Memorial Library; New Orleans, La., 10/17/33, (9) R. J. Usher; Howard Memorial Library; New Orleans, La., 10/31/33, (10) D. C. DeMent; New Orleans, La., 12/6/33, (11) List of New Orleans Newspapers Files, 1835-37, 12/6/33, (12) Letter of Introduction from Marguerite D. Renshaw, Howard Memorial Library to Miss Carrie S. [UNK], Louisiana State Archives, New Orleans, La., 8/27/34; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 11/6/40; William R. Hogan, Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, La., 10/17/40.
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4-20 (1) Vera J. Snook; Public Library; Little Rock, Ark., 9/27/33, (2) Mildred Riley; Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Ark., 10/6/33, (3) C. L. Bennon; University of Arkansas; Fayetteville, Ark., 7/4/33.
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4-21 W. R. Jillson; Frankfort,Ky, 3/3/31, (2) W. R. Jillson; Franfort, Ky, 3/17/31, (3) W. R. Jillson; Franfort, Ky, 4/8/31, (4) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 1/2/34, (5) Mrs. Jouett Taylor Cannor; Kentucky State Historical Society; Frankfort, Ky, 1/1/34, (6) Miss Margaret I. King, University of Kentucky; Lexington, Ky, 1/16/34.
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4-22 (1) Miss Anne S. Pratt, Yale University Library, 10/6/33.
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4-23 (1) Miss Georgia L. Osborne; Illinois State Historical Library; Springfield, Ill., 4/1/31, (2) F. J. Rooney; Illinois Catholic Historical Society; Chicago, Ill., 4/9/31, (3) Paul M. Angle; Illinois State Historical Library; Springfield, Ill., 10/11/33.
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4-24 Thomas Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass., 4/21/08; George Robinson, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass., 6/18/08; George Robinson, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass., 6/26/08; George Robinson, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass., 8/1/08; George Robinson, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass., 7/20/09; S. E. Asbury's transcript, Harvard Univ., 1908-09; E. H. Wells, 7/27/09; E. H. Wells, 8/12/09; W. B. Briggs, 10/10/33.
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4-25 (1) Alex S. Salley, Secretary South Carolina History Commission, Columbia, SC, 10/16/33, (2) G. Leland Summer, Newberry, SD to Thomas A. Mayo, College Station, Tx., 11/8/33, (3) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 11/28/33, (4) List of References to Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Pendleton Messenger, Jan 1-July 29, 1836, Library of University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 11/28/33, (5) Miss Elizabeth H. Hervey, Charleston, SC, 11/27/33.
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4-26 Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 12/28/33, (7) List of References: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Pendleton Messenger, Aug.-Dec. 30, 1836, Library University of South Carolina, Columbia, Sc, 12/28/33, (8) List of References: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Pendleton Messenger, Jan. 1, 1835-Jan. 6, 1836, Library University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 12/28/33 and 2/7/34, (9) Miss Emma A. Bull, Charleston, SC, 1/27/34, (10) Miss Elizabeth H. Herney, Charleston, SC, 2/3/34.
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4-27 (11) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 2/6/34, (12) List of References: Texas Revolution, Newspaper Files, Pendleton Messenger, Jan. 6-March 10, 1837, Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 2/7/34, (13) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 3/7/34, (14) List of References: Texas Revolution, Pendleton Messenger, Mrs. 10, 1837-Jan. 19, 1838, Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 3/7/34, (15) List of References: Texas Revolution, Camden Journal, Jan. 23-Oct. 1, 1836, Library; University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 5/5/34.
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4-28 (16) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 3/28/34, (17) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 6/29/34, (18) List of References: Texas Revolution, Camden Journal and Southern Whig, July 25-Dec. 12, 1835, Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 6/29/34, (19) List of References: Texas Revolution, Camden Journal, Oct. 1, 1836-Mar. 4, 1837, Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 6/29/34, (20) List of References: Texas Revolution, Camden Commercial Courier, May 6-Sept. 2, 1837, Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 6/29/34.
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4-29 (21) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 8/7/34, (22) List of References: Texas Revolution, Camden Commercial Courier, Sept. 9-Dec. 17, 1837, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, (23) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 9/12/34, (24) Mrs. A. S. Salley, Columbia, SC, 10/11/34, (25) List of References, Texas Revolution, Pendleton Messenger, Feb. 2, 1838-June 14, 1839, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 10/11/34.
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4-30 (26) List of References, Texas Revolution, Pendleton Messenger, June 14, 1839-May 15, 1840, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 11/20/34, (27) List of References, Texas Revolution, Pendleton Messenger, June 26, 1840-June 25, 1841, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 12/28/34.
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4-31 Harriet Milledge Salley, Columbia, SC, 9/4/36; Harriet Milledge Salley, Columbia, SC, 10/12/36; "The Iron Man" from Historic Camden, by Kirkland and Kennedy, Camden Journal, 4/8/1842-July 29, 1842; "Hamilton paid martyr's price,"The Columbia Record, 7/20/35.
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4-32 (1) C. Seymour Thompson; University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Penn., 10/19/33, (2) Gertrude Radtke; Philadelphia, Penn., 12/22/33, (3) Miss Martha F. Grant; Philadelphia, Penn., 12/26/33, (4) Winnie Allen; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 2/12/26.
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4-33 (1) Estella Wolf; Library Indiana Univ., Bloomington, Ind., 10/24/33.
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4-34 (1) E. T. Miller; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/29/19, (2) E. W. Winkler; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/24/22, (3) Article on "Mustang" Gray; from L. W. Kemp; 12/14/33, (6) Fred Acree; Waco, Tx., 4/25/34, (6a) J. H. Walker; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 6/15/34, (7) Fred Acree; Waco, Tx., 5/9/34, (8) D. B. Coats; Los Angeles, Calif., 12/19/34, (9) Ed Kilman; Houston Post; Houston, Tx., 12/24/34.
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4-35 (11) Notices in Thrall's History of Matagorda Headright Owners and Account of Matagorda County, (12) Notice of Bay City in Wortham's History of Texas, (12a) Notices of Headright Owners of Matagorda County in Baker's Scrap Book, (13) Notice of Matagorda County in Filmore's History and Geography of Texas; Herbert Gambrell, Dallas, Tx., 6/9/36; Article on Robert Emmett Bledsoe Baylor, "Forgotten Mexican Heroes of the Lone Star State's Historic Struggle for Independence"The Southern Messenger, 9/13/36; E. E. McQuillen, College Station, Tx., 7/24/42; "List of Book dealers handling A History of Texas Railroads" by S. G. Reed; List of headrights-Matagorda County.
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4-36 (1) Muster Roll, Capt. Henry Teal's Company, 6/30/1836.
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4-37 (1) Annie A. Nunns; State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisc., 12/20/33, (2) Wisconsin State Historical Society; Madison, Wisc., 12/26/33.
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4-38 (1) Miss Florence A. Emery; Public Library; Detroit, Mich., 12/26/33.
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4-39 (1) Carlie Mollett; Huntington Library; Pasadena, Calif., 1/2/34, (2) Harold L. Leupp; University of California Library; Berkeley, Calif., 1/3/34, (3) Dr. H. I. Priestley; Bancroft Library; Berkeley, Calif., 1/25/34.
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4-40 (1) Richard G. Hensley, Boston Public Library, 1/8/34.
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4-41 (1) Senator T. J. Holbrook, Galveston, Tx., 2/12/34, (2) S. E. Asbury to Dr. S. R. Gammon; College Station, Tx., 5/20/34, (3) Dr. S. R. Gammon, College Station, Tx., enclosing letter from Kenneth Ellis, New York, NY, 5/8/34, (4) Maurice Smith, Hamlin, Tx., 6/25/35, (5) Walter F. Woodul, Commission of Control for Texas Centennial Celebrations; Austin, Tx., 11/22/35.
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4-42 (1) S. H. H. Howard; Publishing House, Methodist Epicsopal Church, South; Nashville, Tenn., 2/12/34, (2) R. P. Witherald; RCA Victor Co., Inc.; Camden, NJ, 2/14/34, (3) A. B. Mills; RCA Victor Co., Inc.; Camden, NJ, 2/20/34, (4) W. F. Thompson; Thos. Goggan and Brothers; Houston, Tx., 2/24/34, (5) Harry C. Kruse; Columbia Phonograph Co., Inc., New York, NY, 2/26/34, (6) R. P. Witherald; RCA Victor Co., Inc., Camden, NJ, 3/2/34, (7) Jose Daniels; Embassy of USA; Mexico, 4/5/34, (8) E. B. James; Methodist Publishing House; Dallas, Tx., 3/18/41.
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4-43 (1) D. B. Youngblood; Washington, DC, 3/18/34.
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4-44 (7) Miss Elizabeth Wert; Lubbock, Tx., 4/4/34.
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4-45 (1) "Texas, Our Texas."
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4-46 (1) Circular Letter on Old Texas Roses, 5/20/34, (2) A. F. Watkins; Dixie Rose Nursery; Tyler, Tx., 5/18/34, (3) List of Old Time Roses Recalled by Friends; 5/20/34, (4) G. A. Stevens; American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 5/18/34, (5) List of Roses Recalled by Prof. F. W. Hunsel, 5/20/34, (6) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 5/23/34, (7) Armstrong Nurseries; Ontario, Calif., 5/21/34, (8) E. W. Winkler; Univ. of Texas; Austin, Tx., 5/22/34, (9) O. B. Martin; Texas A&M University; College Station, Tx., 5/23/34, (10) List of Roses recalled by Dr. George L. Crocket, 5/24/34.
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4-47 (11) Alex Brinkmann; Comfort, Tx., 5/24/34, (12) Ramsey's Austin Nursery; Austin, Tx., 5/25/34, (13) Houston Wade; Houston, Tx., 5/24/34, (14) Mrs. C. D. Mitchell; Arlington, Tx., 5/27/34, Enclosed Article, (15) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 5/30/34, (16) G. A. Stevens; American Rose Society, Harrisburg, Pa., 5/29/34, (17) J. Horace McFarland; American Rose Society, Harrisburg, Pa., 6/6/34, (18) G. A. Stevens; American Rose Society, Harrisburg, Pa., 6/6/34, (19) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 6/12/34, (20) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 6/15/34.
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4-48 (21) Adina De Zavala; San Antonio, Tx., 6/16/34, (22) Ethelyn Keays; Great Neck, Long Island, 6/17/34, (23) Mrs. Albert Buchanan; Bryan, Tx., 6/22/34, (24) Adina De Zavala; San Antonio, Tx., 6/27/34, (25) Luther G. Jones; Texas A&M University; College Station, Tx., 6/28/34, (26) F. E. Ullman; Ullman Co., Northampton, Mass., 6/16/34, (27) J. S. Lindsay; Ervine and Bishop; Houston, Tx., 6/18,34, (28) C. E. Wildon; Michigan State College; East Lansing, Mich., 6/29/34, (29) F. E. Ullman; Ullman Co., Northampton, Mass., 7/5/34, (30) J. E. Van Horn; Dallas, Tx., 7/7/34.
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4-49 (31) O. B. Martin; Texas A&M University; College Station, Tx., 6/29/34, (32) Extract from "The Pride of Brierfield, "Holland's Magazine, June 1934, (33) Suggestions to J. Horace McFarland by S. E. Asbury, (34) Suggestions to J. Horace McFarland, 7/8/34, (35) Extract, "La Fiesta delas Rosas,"Am Rose Annual, 1933, (36) Daniel Bond; Vernon, Tx., 7/7/34, (37) Houston Public Library; Houston, Tx., 7/10/34, (38) Alfred C. Hottes; Des Moines, Iowa; 7/10/34, (39) Mrs. L. J. Merrill; Hillsboro, Oregon; 7/10/34, (40) G. A. Stevens; American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 7/11/34.
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4-50 (41) G. A. Stevens; American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 7/11/34, (42) Lucy Fuller Gross; Jefferson County Library; Beaumont, Tx., 7/11/34, (43) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 7/12/34, (44) Recollections of Capt. C. O. Watkins; College Station, Tx., 7/15/34, (45) Mrs. Walter A. Dealey; Dallas, Tx., 7/17/34, (46) George E. Harris; Brazoria, Tx., 7/17/34, (47) F. W. Hensel; Texas A&M University, College Station, Tx., 7/17/34, (48) T. C. Richardson; Holland's Magazine; Dallas, Tx., 7/16/34, (49) American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 7/17/34, (50) H. B. Parks; Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; San Antonio, Tx., 7/18/34.
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4-51 (51) E. C. Atkins and Co., Indianapolis, Ind., 7/17/34, (52) R. A. Gillian; Dallas, Tx., 7/15/34, (53) J. Horace McFarland; Harrisburg, Pa., 7/13/34, (54) E. W. Steel; Texas A&M University; College Station, Tx., 7/6/34, (55) Atkins & Durbrow, Inc.; New York, 6/13/34, (56) John I. Newell; Tampico, Mex., 7/17/34, (57) Whitman Cross; Chevy Chase, Md., 7/18/34, (58) Onah Jacks; College Station, Tx., 7/20/34, (59) S. E. Asbury to Mr. James, College Station, Tx., 7/22/34, (60) Mrs. G. W. Hardin; Dallas, Tx., 7/26/34.
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4-52 (61) Cora Older; Cupertino, Calif., 7/23/34, (62) Ethelyn E. Keays; Great Neck, Long Island, 7/22/34, (63) Carrie Harrison; Brookland; Washington, DC, 7/25/34, (64) Leonard Barron; Garden City, NY, 7/25/34, (65) Julia Ideson; Houston Public Library; Houston, Tx., 7/26/34, (66) Notes; Miss A. S. Salley of her Aunt's Recollection of old Roses, 7/8/34, (67) Mrs. Ethelyn Keays; Great Neck, Long Island, 7/30/34, (68) Extract of letter; J. Horace McFarland to Edward Teas, Houston, Tx., 7/31/34, (69) T. M. James; Breckenridge, Tx., 8/2/34, (70) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 8/2/34.
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4-53 (71) Craddock Goins; Jackson, Miss., 8/1/34, (72) List of Roses in Mrs. W. H. Thomas' Grandmother's Yard, 10/11/34, (73) Notes from conversation with Mrs. Harris Barksdale; Jackson, Miss., 8/4/34, (74) Notes from conversation with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert F. Fisher; Memphis, Tenn., 8/5/34, (75) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 8/5/34, (76) Mrs. E. A. Belsterling; Dallas, Tx., 8/6/34, (77) List of Roses Grown by Mrs. E. V. Turner's mother, 8/7/34, (78) Note on Roses in Woodward-Shufing Family, 8/10/34, (79) Ellen D. Schultz; San Antonio, Tx., 8/10/34, (80) Ethelyn E. Keays; Great Neck, Long Island; 8/1/34.
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4-54 (81) Ethelyn E. Keays; Great Neck, Long Island; 8/14/34, (82) Data on envelopes containing leaves and blooms sent to Mrs. Keays, (83) Nannie Porter; Richmond, Va., 8/14/34, (84) Mrs. J. F. Dulaney; Mart, Tx., 8/15/34, (85) G. A. Stevens; American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 8/13/34, (86) "Old Time Roses Topic of Study for Dr. Asbury, "Bryan Eagle, 8/34, (87)" In Grandmother's Old Garden Where Roses Reigned as Queen," by Adina DeZavala, San Antonio Express, 9/2/34, (88) H. B. Parks; Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; San Antonio, Tx., 9/3/34, (89) Anina DeZavala; San Antonio, Tx., (90) G. A. Stevens; The American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 9/14/34.
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4-55 (91) Ethelyn E. Keays; Great Neck, Long Island, 9/28/34, (92) List of climbing roses in "How to Grow Roses," 11/10/34, (93) List of climbing roses mentioned in several books, 11/10/34, (94) Fred Merfele; Express Publishing Co., San Antonio, Tx., 10/18/34, (95) J. Horace McFarland Co., Harrisburg, Pa., 10/17/34, (96) Mrs. T. B. McFarland; Houston, Tx., 10/8/34, (97) G. A. Stevens, American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 10/18/34, (98) G. A. Stevens, American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 10/25/34, (99) G. A. Stevens, American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 11/2/34, (100) G. A. Stevens, American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 11/9/34.
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4-56 (102) V. S. Hillock; Roses Extraordinary; Arlington, Tx., 11/22/34, (103) G. A. Stevens; American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 11/22/34, (104) John Newell; Tampico, Mexico, 11/29/34.
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4-57 (111) List of plant and flowers in garden of Mrs. F. S. Asbury.
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4-58 (123) Marie S. Randolph; Morganton, NC, 1/22/35, (125) Mrs. Ethelyn Keays; Great Neck, Long Island, 2/10/35, (126) American Rose Society; Harrisburg, Pa., 1935, (127) W. L. Steele; The Brazos Valley Cotton Mills; West, Tx., 2/12/35, (129) Mrs. S. A. Brown; Long Island, NY, 2/2/35, (130) Mrs. S. A. Brown; Long Island, NY, 2/15/35.
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4-59 (132) R. S. Hennesey; Hillsboro, Ore., 2/26/35, (133) J. M. Del Curto; Department of Agriculture; State of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/9/35, (134) Ethelyn E. Keays; Great Neck, Long Island, 3/10/35, (135) W. M. Kell; Wichita Falls, Tx., 1/25/35, (136) Memo from Miss Ima Hogg, Houston, Tx., 2/3/35, (137) A. A. Hunt; E. A. McIlhenny; Avery Island, La., 1/31/35.
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4-60 George E. Harris, Brazoria, Tx., 4/5/35; Winnie Allen, University of Texas, Austin, Tx., 5/8/35; Henry E. Meyer; Southwestern University, Gerogetown, Tx., 9/16/35, Enc.: "Rare Charm's Seen in Old Roses,"The Norwich Sun, 8/14/35; Ethelyn Keays, Great Neck, Long Island, 10/11/36; "The Yaller Rose of Texas".
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4-61 (1) Mack Webb; El Campo, Tx., 9/19/34, (2) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/15/34, (3) Mack Webb; El Campo, Tx., 7/23/34, (4) Extract from "The Adventures and Recollections of Walter P. Lane," (5) Extract from "The Adventures and Recollections of Walter P. Lane," pp. 13-15; E. W. Winkler, University of Texas, Austin, Tx., 8/2/21; A. S. Burleson, Austin, Tx., 12/6/22; A. S. Burleson, Austin, Tx., 12/21/22; E. W. Winkler, University of Texas, Austin, Tx., 12/12/27; Helen H. Swift, College Station, Tx., 3/11/33; Ed Kilman, Houston Post, Houston, Tx., 1/21/35; W. H. Callcott, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 4/30/35; John Hugh Hill, Marshall, Tx., 3/7/36; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 7/4/36; Thomas Gordon Watts, Bryan, Tx., 9/23/37; S. W. Geiser, Dallas, Tx., 7/1/38; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 1/3/38; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 2/25/38; L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., (undated); S. W. Geiser, Dallas, Tx., 12/6/43; "Find Deaf Smith Portrait,"Dallas Morning News, 4/17/32; notes on "Fifth lecture, Battle of San Jacinto"; article on John Walker; article on Ashley R. Stephens; article on Amos D. Kenyon.
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4-62 Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2/16/31; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, 3/2/31; Arthur C. Cole, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Cleveland, Ohio, 3/6/31; Arthur C. Cole, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Cleveland, Ohio, 3/20/31; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska; 3/24/31; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, 4/18/31; Clara S. PaineMississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, 5/21/31; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association Lincoln, Nebraska, 6/18/31; Ralph P. Biebee, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, 7/8/31; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, 7/27/31; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, 9/21/31; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 2/10/32; Clara S. Paine, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 9/11/34; Noah F. Morrison, Rare, Old, and Curious Books, Elizabeth, NJ 11/12/32.
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4-63 (1) Extract, "News and Views of a Springtime Tour,"Farm and Ranch, 7/15/34, (3) Sadie Hatfield; Houston, Tx., 12/16/34, (4) Frank Thomas; Houston Post Dispatch, Houston, Tx., 4/19/35.
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4-64 (1) Music; Title Page of "Battle of Palo Alto "and "Resaca de Palma," 5/8/1846.
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4-65 (3) Stephen F. Austin to Commanding General of Texas, 4/30/1826, (4) Commanding Officer at La Bahia to Military Commander of Texas; 3/30/1826, (7) Stephen F. Austin to Military Commander of Texas; 9/8/1825.
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4-66 (1) Robert L. Lane et al va. T. J. Rusk, 1845.
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4-67 (1) John A. Williams to Governor [UNK] 2/16/1824, (2) L. W. Kemp, with article on John A. Williams, 5/18/41, (3) Bascom Giles, Commissioner of the General Land Office, 5/22/41, (4) Bascom Giles, Commissioner of the General Land Office, 5/26/41, (5) Harriet Smither, Texas State Archivist, 6/2/14, (6) Bascom Giles, Commissioner General Land Office, 6/14/41, (7) Harbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 6/12/41, (8) Dr. Carlos E. Castaneda; Spanish Archives, University of Texas, 6/18/41, (9) Letter and references, Nacogdoches Archives, Mrs. Guy A. Blount, 6/17/41.
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4-68 (11) Mrs. Guy Blount Enclosing petition to Governor Saucedo by John A. Williams and others, 4/3/1824, 6/23/41, (12) Bascom Giles, Commissioner of General Land Office, Austin, 6/24/41, (13) Mrs. B. B. Sapp, List of Liberty County Historians, 6/23/41, (14) Mrs. J. D. [UNK] Liberty, Tx., 6/27/41, (15) Miss Bessie Partlow, Liberty, Tx., 6/27/41, (16) second letter Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 7/4/41, (17) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 7/4/41, (18) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 6/29/41, (19) second letter, Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 7/10/41, (20) Third letter, Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 7/13/41.
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4-69 (21) Mrs. Lois Blount, Nacogdoches, Texas with transcripts from Nacogdoches Archives, 7/18/41, (22) Dr. Carlos E. Castaneda, Spanish ArchivesUniversity of Texas, 6/26/41, (23) Harbert Davenport with ron Tories on the Trinity 1836, 7/24/41, (24) fourth letter, Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., with documents and letters of Price Daniels, 8/2/41, (25) John A. Williams, Application for land, "Historic Liberty County" by Arlene Pickett, (26) John A. Williams, Grant of land, "Historic Liberty County" by Arlene Pickett, (27) Marriage Bond, Liberty, Tx., 1835, "Historic Liberty County" by Arlene Pickett, (28) Circular, John A. Williams, denouncing War Party Meeting, 6/22/1836, "Historic Liberty County" by Arlene Pickett, (29) Broodside, William H. Wharton containing offer $500 reward for capture of J. A. Williams 10/5/1835, San Jacinto Museum, (30) Forfeited Marriage Bond of John A. Williams, Historic Liberty County by Arlene Pickett, pp. 26-27.
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4-70 (31) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 7/29/41, (32) Watson, Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 8/25/41 and 7/3/41, (33) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 8/28/41, (34) Watson Neyland, 8/30/41, (35) Ike Moore, San Jacinto Museum, 8/31/41, (36) Szafirs-Booksellers, Beaumont, Tx., 9/2/41, (37) Price Daniel, Liberty, Tx., 9/3/41, (38) Marriages in Beaumont 1837-1840, Stratton's story of Beaumont, (39) Winnie Allen, University of Texas Archives , 8/8/41, (40) Ike Moore, San Jacinto Museum, 9/12/41.
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4-71 (41) Watson Neyland, 9/16/41, (42) E. C. Barker, University of Texas, Austin, 4/29/41, (43) Mrs. J. D. Weldon, Liberty, Tx., 9/17/41, (44) E. W. Winkler, University of Texas, Austin, 9/17/41, (45) Harbert Davenport to Watson Neyland, 9/19/41, (46) Mrs. R. L. Stuart, Beaumont, Tx., 9/21/41, (47) John A. Williams to Austin, Pine Bluff, Tx., 3/2/1829, (48) John A. Williams to Austin, District of Nacogdoches, Tx., 9/8/1824, (49) John A. Williams to Austin, Sprowle's Plantation, 2/7/1827, (50) Excerpt from letter to Samuel M. Williams, Santillo, 3/12/1831.
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4-72 (51) John A. Williams to Austin, Texas Aysh Bayou, 7/19/1828, (52) Excerpt of letter, James Gaines to Austin, Nacogdoches, 8/21/1826, (53) John A. Williams, District of Ataxcosito, Tx., 1/4/1831, (54) Excerpt of letter, James Gaines to Saucedo, Nacogdoches, 9/5/1826, (55) Austin to Williams and Thompson, San Felipe de Austin, 12/14/1826, (56) Excerpt of letter, Austin to Victor Blanco, Austin Papers, 1919, (57) John A. Williams, Pine Bluff, Tx., December 18, 1832, (58) Mrs. Guy Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 9/27/41, (59) General Ignozio Elisondo to Bernardo Gutierres, 4/19/1813, (60) John A. Williams to James Austin, Pine Bluff, Tx., 10/14/1827.
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4-73 (61) R. R. Royal to Austin San Felipe, 10/16/1835, Austin Papers Vol. III, pp. 188-9, (62) Excerpt of Letter R. R. Royall to Austin, San Felipe, 10/18/1835, (63) R. R. Royal to Austin, San Felipe, 10/19/1835, (64) Resolution of Permanent Council, Austin Papers, Vol. III, pp. 219, (65) General Austin's order book for Campaign of 1835, Headquarter Camp Saldo, 10/24/1835, (66) Mrs. Guy Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 10/29/41, (67) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 10/3/41, (68) Last Will and Testament of John A. Williams, 4/16/1840, (69) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 10/20/41, (70) Extraordinary Meeting, Ayuntamiento of Liberty, Tx., translated, 12/27/1832.
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4-74 (71) Extraordinary Meeting, Ayuntamiento of Liberty, Tx., translated, (Spanish), (72) Appeals, Ayuntamiento of Liberty, Tx., for obedience to Mexican laws, 4/17/1835, (73) Memorial, Citizens of Anahuac to Governor of Coahila and Texas, 5/4/1835, Johnson and Barkers Texas and Texans, pp. 204-5, (74) Mrs. Guy A. Blount to Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 10/18/41, (75) Mrs. Guy A. Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 10/19/41, (76) Ramon Musquis to Military Commander of Coahila and Texas, 6/19/1832, (77) Antonio Elozua to Ramon Musquiz, 6/18/1832, (78) Miguel Arriciniega to Ramon Musquiz, 6/17/1832, (79) Ramon Musquiz to Governor of Coahuilla and Texas, 6/18/1832, (80) Mrs. Guy A. Blount in John Robertson Estate, 6/8/1815.
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4-75 (81) Mrs. Guy A. Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 10/7/41, (82) Governor Saucedo to Judge of Port, Nacogdoches, Texas on land certificates for Gutierrez Volunteers, 11/17/1825, (83) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 10/20/41, (84) Letter, L. W. Kemp with notes on Joseph L. Dugat and Charles E. Dugat, 10/20/41, (85) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 10/11/41, (86) T. W. Blount in John A. Williams notes by Dr. George L. Crocket, (88) Article, Edmund Quirk by Dr. George L. Crockett, (89) Dr. George L. Crockett's Notes on "American Drift into Texas", (90) Petition, Mona Guadalupe de Lucas, Bexar, Tx., 7/4/1818.
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4-76 (91) Notice, Pension, Donna Josef a de la Garza, Antonio Martinez to Iturragaray Mexico, 10/29/1818, (92) Governor Saucedo grants petition, Edmund Quirk against Trespassers, 2/17/1826, (93) Governor Saucedo's later letter to Americans in War, 3/1/1826, (94) Richard Fields, concerning John Williams, 8/12/1826, (95) John Sprowl, concerning comments of John A. Williams, 8/20/1826, (96) General Heading, Translations, Historical Documents, Bexar Archives, 1813 and 1814, (97) Circular Letter, Nemesio Salcedo, 6/26/1812, (98) Apolinar de Mazmela to Governor Dr. Manuel Salcedo, 7/20/1812, (99) Bernardina Montero to Governor Manuel de Salcedo, 7/23/1812, (100) Governor Salcedo to Commandante of Nacogdoches, 8/3/1812.
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4-77 (101) Bernardo Montero to Lt. Governor Don Manuel de Salcedo, 8/12/1812, (102) Felix de Cevallos to Lt. Col. Manuel Salcedo, 10/25/1812, (103) Call for to Senor Dn. Manuel Salcedo, 3/31/1813, (104) Manuel Sambrano to the Commanding General, 9/4/1813, (105) Manuel de Auvedo to the Gov. of Province of Texas, 10/10/1813, (106) Petition, Sundry Individuals for Publishing New Laws, Nacogdoches Archives, 3/31-10/15/1814, (107) Petition to Publish the Spanish Constitution in Texas, 5/10/1814, (108) Orders from Secretary of State to Joaquin de Arredondo and Governor of Texas (109) Proclamation, Joaquin de Arredondo Re. Pedro Prado, 10/15/1814, (110) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 9/23/41.
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4-78 (111) Mrs. Guy A. Blount, Nacogdoches, transmitting Spanish and translations of John A. Williams and Many others, petition of Governor Saucedo and his replies, 2/16-4/3/1824, (112) Petition by John A. Williams to Governor Saucedo (Spanish), 2/16/1824-4/3/1824, (113) Petition by John A. Williams to Governor Saucedo, 2/16/1824-4/3/1824, (114) William H. Wharton's circular with comments, (115) Address, Committee of Safety and Correspondence, Liberty, Tx., 10/24/1835, (116) Notes on Permanent Council and Consultation Members, 10/16/1835 and 10/18/1835, (117) Harriet Smither, State Library, Austin, 12/1/41, (118) Petition, Citizens of Liberty to J. W. Robinson, Governor, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texas Revolution, Vol. I, pp. 478, (120) S. P. Carson to William Hardin, 3/30/1836, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texas Revolution, Vol. II, pp. 563.
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4-79 (121) S. P. Carson to D. C. Burnet, 4/4/1830, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texas Revolution, Vol. II, pp. 586, (122) Extracts from a Reply to "Publus,"The Writings of Sam Houston, Vol. II, pp. 388, 8/16/1841, (123) second letter in-Reply to "Publius,"The Writings of Sam Houston, Vol. II, pp. 380, 8/18/1841, (124) Extracts from Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texan Revolution, Vol. I, pp. 585, (125) Extracts from Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texan Revolution, Vol. I, pp. 40-41, (126) Petition, Liberty, Committee for B. T. Archer, 11/9/1835, (127) William Hardin to the Convention, Feb. 24, 1836, (128) M. Duncan to D. G. Surnet, 5/1/1836, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texan Revolution, Vol. II, pp. 650, (129) Hervey Whiting to James Morgan, 5/3/1836, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texan Revolution, Vol. II, pp. 653, (130) D. G. Burnet to James Morgan, 5/16/1836, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texan Revolution, Vol. II, pp. 686.
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4-80 (131) T. H. Brenan to D. G. Burnet, 6/4/1836, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texan Revolution, Vol. II, pp. 745, (132) T. H. Brenan to D. G. Burnet, 7/13/1836, Binkley's Official Correspondence of the Texan Revolution, Vol. II, pp. 859, (133) Confidential letter from Jose Antonio Saucedo to Nacogdoches Alcade, 11/9/1823, (134) The Baronde Bastrop to Political Chiefs and Governor of Texas, 12/2/1823, (135) Lowry T. Hampton to O. Hendrick, (136) Spencer to Elisha Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, 1824, (137) Jose Antonio Saucedo concerning James Dill, 3/18/1824, (138) Jose Antonio Saucedo to Alcade of Nacogdoches, 3/18/1824, (139) San Fernando de Bexar to the Political Chief, 4/3/1824, (140) Jose Antonio Saucedo to S. Fernando de Bexar, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXIV, pp. 230-231, 4/3/1824.
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4-81 (141) Proclamation, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXIV, pp. 259, 5/21/1824, (142) Jas. Gaines, Alcade to A. Don Juan Seguin, Political Chief, 6/2/1824, (143) Bailey Anderson, Alcade to Theodore Dorsett, Curator, 6/5/1824, (144) Proclamation, Juan Seguin, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 8, 6/6/1824, (145) James Gaines to a Don Juan Seguin, 6/9/1824, (146) Warrant for Arrest of Aden Bunch, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 13, 6/14/1824, (147) Verdict of Jury, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 20, 6/17/1824, (148) Affidavit, Nicholas Trammel, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 21, 6/17/1824, (149) Affidavit, Nicholas Trammel, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 24, 6/1824, (150) Affidiavit before John Sprowl, Alcade, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 30, 7/5/1824.
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4-82 (151) John Scrutchfield to John Seguins, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 31, 7/6/1824, (152) Juan Sagean to Mr. Sprowls, Alcade, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 50, 7/20/1824, (153) Relating to Foreigners Occupying Land, by Jose Antonio Saucedo, 7/21/1824, (154) Juliana H. Quirk to Don Juan Seguin, 7/31/1824, (155) Mr. John York, Dr. To Elizabeth Griggs, 7/1824, (156) Affidavit, John Cole and Soloman Fryley, 8/7/1824, (157) Richard Fields to Juan Seguin, 8/12/1824, (158) Stephen F. Austin to the Political Chief of Texas, 8/26/1824, (159) Military Commander of Texas to the Commander of Coahuila, 8/26/1824, (160) Warrant for Arrest of Allanson Barr and Elija Lord, 8/13/1824.
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4-83 (161) Affidavit, Howell Eason, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 67-69, 8/14/1824, (162) Bond for Stephen Lyncy, Pharoah H. Midkiff, James Odell, 8/14/1824, (163) Subpoena, Elijah Lloyd and summons for a jury, 8/15/1824, (164) Witnesses, Howell Eason vs. Elijah Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 217-220, 8/18/1824, (165) Execution, Eason vs. Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV., pp. 224, 8/18/1824, (166) Verdict, Eason vs. Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 225, 8/18/1824, (167) Bond, Elijah Lloyd in Province vs. Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXV, pp. 235, 8/24/1824, (168) Bonds, Province vs. Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, 8/28/1824, (169) Bonds, Eason Vs. Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 2, 10/1/1824, (170) H. Eason vs. E. Lloyd, 9/4/1824.
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4-84 (171) Costs, Province vs. E. Lloyd, 9/4/1824, (172) Ellis H. Bean to Patricia de Tores, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 5, 9/6/1824, (173) Affidavit for Charles Hogan, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 6, 9/7/1824, (174) Postponement, Province vs. Elijah Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 8, 10/8/1824, (175) Alchande Legears to Joseph Durst, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVII, pp. 14, 9/9/1824, (176) Order for Seizure of Property in case of H. Eason vs. E. Lloyd,Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 15, 9/11/1824, (177) Seizure of Property-Lloyd vs. Eason, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 16, 10/16/1824, (178) Valuation of Lloyd's property-Eason vs. Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 18, 9/16/1824, (179) Affidavit of Lynch in case of Eason vs. Lloyd, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 21, 9/18/1824, (180) Warrant for Adams, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVI, pp. 183, 10/19/1824.
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4-85 (181) John Sprowl to Patricia Detora, 11/24/1824, (182) Rafael Gonzales to the Alcalde of Bexar, Nacogdoches Archives, Aug. 26, 1824-Sept. 8, 1825, (183) Orders to Commandante of Nacogdoches, 8/3/1812, Nacogdoches Archives, (184) Manuel Salcedo to Felix de Cevallos, 10/25/1812, (185) Proclamation of Joaquin de Arredondo, re: Pedro Prado, 10/15/1814, Nacogdoches Archives, (186) Will of John Sequin, 8/13/1824; Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. A, pp. 6, (187) List of Voters, Election of Procela and Gaines, 2/26/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (188) Richard Field to Commanding Officer of Texas, 4/22/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (189) Bailey Anderson to Louis Procela, 5/1/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (190) Re: John York, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXVIII, pp. 69, 6/4/1825.
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4-86 (191) William Dorsett Affadavit, 6/12/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (192) Warrant for John R. Foster and John York, 6/28/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (193) Deposition of John Williams, 7/10/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (194) Summonning of Jury by J. Bradshaw, 7/11/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (195) Receipt, Purchase of Land by Nathaniel Tramel, 11/26/1825, Nacogdoches Archives, (196) IOU, John C. King to William B. Bracker, 11/28/25, Nacogdoches Archives, (197) Petition of Helen Dill re: Husband, James Dill's Estate, 1/4/1826, Nacogdoches Archives, (198) Elbert Hines, Alcalde to C. Chaplin, 1/14/1826, Nacogdoches Archives, (199) Bond, James and Robert Collier; 1/19/1826, Nacogdoches Archives, (200) Examination of Robert Collier; 1/19/1826, Nacogdoches Archives.
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4-87 (201) Answer; Lewis vs. Elisha Roberts, Filed by J. A. Williams, 3/6/1826/ Nacogdoches Archives, (202) William Goens vs. John Scrutchfield (fragment), Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXIX, pp. 87, March 1826, (203) Hayden Edward's Colonization Contract, 4/16/1826, Nacogdoches Archives, (204) Dissolution of Ayuntamiento of Nacogdoches, 5/2/1826, Nacogdoches Archives, (208) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 5/6/43, (210) Samuel Norris to Political Chief of Texas, Nacogdoches Archives, 5/21/1826.
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4-88 (211) The Fredonian War, Nacogdoches Archives, 5/2/1826, (213) John Sprowl to the Court at Nacogdoches. Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. XXIX, pp. 247, July 10, 1826, (214) Sale of Land by Edmund Quirk to John Boden, 4/11/1829, (215) Sale of Land by Nathaniel Norris to Jose de las Peidras, 12/13/1829, (216) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, 11/5/41, (217) Watson Neyland, 11/13/41, (218) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, 12/23/41, (219) Mrs. Julia D. [UNK] 11/19/41, (220) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, 11/24/41.
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4-89 (221) Lois Foster Blount, 11/28/41, (222) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, 12/11/41, (223) E. C. Barker, 1/3/42, (224) Lois Foster Blount, 1/5/42, (225) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 1/24/42, (226) Watson Neyland, 1/25/42, (227) Harriet Smither, (letter enclosing letter from John A. Williams to Col. J. Davis Bradburn, 2/28-3/23/1831), (228) John A. Williams to the Political Chief of Texas, 2/1831, (229) Charles D. Smith, Beaumont, Tx., 2/9/42, (229B) John A. Williams to Political Chief of Tx., Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. LVII, pp. 126-133, (230) E. C. Barksdale, 1/29/42.
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4-90 (231) Lois F. Blount, 1/31/42, (232) Mrs. J. D. Welder, 1/30/42, (233) Joseph W. Carr to Land by Jose Bernardo Gutierrez, 6/14/1813, (234) Adjusting Claims of Anglo American Volunteers, No. 301, 6/14/1813, (235) Clark D. Smith, Beaumont, Tx., 2/9/42, (236) John A. Williams to Col. J. D. Bradburn, 2/28/31, (237) Price Daniel, Liberty, Tx., 2/4/42, (238) Harriet Smithers, Austin, Tx., 2/9/42, (239) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 3/9/42, (240) E. C. Barksdale, Austin, Tx., 2/3/42.
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4-91 (241) W. B. Simsons, Orange, Tx., 3/4/42, (242) Samuel Whiting and other Whitings, kindness of L. W. Kemp, 2/15/42, (243) The Cherrys of Liberty County, (244) Sidney A. Smith Dayton, Tx., 3/11/42, (245) Mrs. J. D. Welden, Liberty, Tx., 2/24/1942, (246) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 2/26/42, (247) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Notes to Asbury on John A. Williams, (248) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 3/11/42, (249) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 3/11/42, (250) John A. Williams to the Political Chief of Texas, April, 1831.
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4-92 (251) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 2/20/42, (252) Santiago Del Valle; for the Biennium of 1832 and 1833, (253) John A. Williams to Military Commander of Texas, Feb. 12, 1827, (254) Samuel Rich Kenny to Military Commander of Texas, 2/9/1827, (255) Col. Pedro E. Beau to Military Commander of Texas, 2/7/1827, (256) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 3/3/42, (257) Empty Grave Recalls the Houston Chronicle, 12/16/30, (258) Winnie Allen, Austin, Tx., 3/18/42; Copy of Petition from Auyuntamiento in Favor of J. Bowie & J. Fannin, 11/2/1835, (23) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, 11/2/1835, (24) J. Fannin to S. F. Austin, May 31, 1824, (259) John A. Williams-Tory Geneological, 3/19/42, (260) A. J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 3/19/42.
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4-93 (261) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, March 17, 1942, (262) Nonie O'Brien; Houston, Tx., 3/18/42, (264) Mrs. J. Hart, Orange, Tx., March 18, 1942, (265) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., March 12, 1942, (266) Bustamento to Military Commander (ad interim) of Texas, March 20, 1827, (267) Martinez, Political Chief of Texasto, Captain Luciano Caraza, Alcalde of Bahia, June 2, 1821,, (268) Bustamento to Military Commander of Texas about Cherokee Indians, April 7, 1827, (269) Summons of Jack Eria, Brook Williams, James Bradshaw, (270) The Military Commander of Nacogdoches to the Military Commander of Texas, 5/14/1827, Nacogdoches Archives, Feb. 5-May 14, 1827,
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4-94 (271) Thomas Hastings to Colonel Commanding Nacogdoches, 2/5/1827. Nacogdoches Archives, Feb. 5-May 14, 1827, (272) Frost Thorn to Political Chief of Texas, 2/18/1827, Nacogdoches Archives, Feb. 5-May 14, 1827, (274) A. J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 5/23/42, (276) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 3/20/42, (277) Harbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 11/18/41, (278) Mrs. Guy Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 11/7/41, (279) Mrs. Guy Blount, Nacogdoches, Texas on Nashville settlement, 3/24/42, (280) Mrs. Bessie Portlow, Liberty, Tx., 3/14/42.
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4-95 (282) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 3/24/42, (287) Price Daniel, Austin, Tx., 3/27/42, (288) A. J. Schnitzel; Orange, Tx., 3/28/42, (289) A. J. Schnitzel; Orange, Tx., 3/30/42, (290) Charles D. Smith, Beaumont, Tx., 3/31/42.
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4-96 (291) Marjorie Parker, 3/27/42, (293) General Commanding the Eastern Provinces to Colonel Jose Felix Trespalicios, Governor of Texas; Indian Hostilities, (294) Governor of Texas to Alcalde of Bexar, Moses and Stephen Austin, Aug. 14, 1822, (295) Secretary of War of Mexico to the Governors; First Revolutionary Movement of Santana, Dec. 5, 1822, (296) General Commanding the Eastern Provinces to Governor of Texas; Defeat of Santana, Dec. 31, 1822, (297) Governor of Texas to the General Commanding the Eastern Provinces, (Protection of the frontier against the U.S.), (298) Translation of Spanish Historical Documents, Second Series from Nov. 28 to Dec. 10, 1826, (299) Letter: Post Master of Nacogdoches to Post Master of Bexar Rancho Del Laco, Nov. 28, 1826, (300) Commander of the Militia of Nacogdoches to the Political Chief of Texas del Loco, 11/28/1826.
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4-97 (301) The Alcade of Nacogdoches to the Political Chief of Texas Rancho del Loco, 11/28/1826, (302) Joseph Doste to the Political Chief of Texas, 11/29/1826, (303) Joseph Doste to the Political Chief of Texas, 11/29/1826, (304) The Commander of the Militia of Nacogdoches to the Political Chief of Texas, 12/3/1826, (305) Stephen F. Austin to the Political Chief of Texas, San Felipe de Austin, 12/4/1826, (306) The Commanding Officer of Texas to Don Antonio Elosua, Bexar, 12/10/1826, (307) The Commanding Officer of Texas to the Political Chief of Texas, Bexar, 12/10/1826, (308) Translation of Spanish Historical Documents, Second Series, 12/15/1826-12/14/1827, (309) Captain Commanding Militia of Nacogdoches to the Political Chief of Texas San Felipe De Austin, 12/15/1826, (310) Confederation of certain American residents of Texas and the Cherokee and other Indian Tribes against the Mexican government, 12/21/1826.
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4-98 (311) Stephen F. Austin to Political Chief of Texas; Trinity; Dec. 31, 1826; Nacogdoches Archives, 12/15/1826-1/4/1827, (312) The Alcalde of Nacogdoches to the Military Commander of Texas, Jan. 2, 1827, Nacogdoches Archives, 12/15/1826-1/4/1827, (313) Colonel Peter Elias Bean to Richard Fields; San Felipe Austin, Jan. 4, 1827; Nacogdoches Archives, 12/15/1826-1/41/1827, (314) Translation of Spanish Documents Transferred from the Archives of Bexar County to the State of Texas, 8/26/1824-9/8/1825, (315) Translation of Spanish Historical Documents from the Archives of Bexar County, 3/22 to 3/29/1826, (316) Translation of Spanish Documents from Archives of Bexar County to State Department, Texas, 3/30 to 5/2/1826, (317) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., April 8, 1842, (318) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 4/1/42, (319) Adina De Zovala, San Antonio, Tx., 2/5/42, (320) Price Daniel, Liberty, Tx., 4/8/42.
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4-99 (321) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 4/7/42, (322) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 4/11/42, (323) Bessie Portlow, Liberty, Tx., 4/9/42, (324) A. J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 4/15/41, (325) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 4/14/42, (326) Amilia Williams, Austin, Texas, 4/7/42, (327) Albert J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 4/20/42, (328) E. W. Winkler, Austin, Tx., 4/27/42, encl. copy of Joseph Bryon's Letter of 4/14/1836, (329) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 4/29/42, (330) Nonie O'Brien; Houston, Tx., 4/18/42.
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4-100 (331) Winnie Allen (archivist), University of Texas at Austin, 4/22/42, (332) Reference to Liberty County Bryan's; L. W. Kemp's Heros of San Jacinto, pp. 336-7, (333) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., April 20, 1942, (334) Florence S. Hellman, Washington D. C., 4/23/42, (335) C. R. Costanedo, Austin, Tx., 4/30/42, (336) Bessie Portlow, Liberty, Tx., 4/26/42, (337) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 4/27/42, (338) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 4/30/42, (339) Returns for Election for Alcade for Nacogdoches and Ayish Bayou, 2/14/1824, (340) Lists of Inhabitants of Atascosito District voting for Austin's Colony and for Nacogdoches, 9/18/1826.
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4-101 (341) Sketch-Edward James Branch, Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 55, (342) Sketch-Daniel P. Coit, Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 68, (343) Sketch-William Hardin, Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 96, (344) Sketch-Benjamin Watson Hardin, Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 96, (345) Sketch-Augustine Blackburn Hardin , Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 96, (346) Sketch-Hugh Blair Johnston, Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 114-115, (347) Sketch-Michel Branamour Menard, Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 136, (348) Sketch-Peter J. Menard, Directory of Texas Congress, pp. 137, (349) Bryan-Kimberland Family Tree, (350) Mrs. Jessie Dugat to Mr. Watson Neyland; Beaumont, Tx., 7/7/33.
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4-102 (351) Bond forfeiture of John A. Williams, (352) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 5/15/42, (353) Florence S. Hellman, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, 5/2/42, (354) Will of Juan Seguin, Nacogdoches Archives, Vol. A, pp. 6, (355) Bascom Giles, Commissioner of the General Land Office, Austin, 5/5/42, (356) E. C. Barker, Austin, Tx., 5/11/42, (357) E. W. Winkler, Austin, Tx., 5/14/42, (358) Houston Wade, Houston, Tx., 5/19/42, (359) H. B. Carroll, Arlington, Tx., 5/18/42, (360) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., May 20, 1942.
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4-103 (361) Harriet Smither, Austin, Tx., 5/19/42, (362) J. Frank Dobie, University of Texas at Austin, 5/8/42, (363) Mrs. Guy Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 3/24/42, (364) Pevoto, Michel, Jr., born in Louisiana in about 1817, son of Michael Pevoto, Sr., (365) Certificate of Baptism of Margaretta Jane Dugat Williams and letter to Dr. Woolket, 6/3/42, (366) Fred G. Hill, County Clerk of Jefferson County giving dates of Jane Dugat and John A. William's marriage, 6/1/42, (367) L. W. Kemp, Houston, Tx., 6/6/42, (368) J. Frank Dobie on Cattle Trails to New Orleans, 5/27/42, (369) Documents, State Library on Bryans of Liberty County, Tx., (370) List of Inhabitants of Dewitt, Tx., 1828, Nacogdoches Archives.
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4-104 (371) Document from Mrs. Lois F. Blount, Annulment of Marriage Agreement, 6/23/1836, (373) Fred G. Gill, County Clerk, Jefferson County, 6/6/42 (374) Marriage License, John A. Williams and Margaretta Jane Dugat, 4/17/1840, (375) Marriage License of Thomas A. Standwood and Margaretta Jane Williams, 10/8/1840, (376) Marriage License of James Wailea and Elizabeth Peveto, 10/28/1838, (377) List of papers in Estate of John A. Williams, Jefferson County Courthouse, (378) Last Will and Testament, John A. Williams, 4/16/1840, (379) Bond Forfeiture of John A. Williams, April 16, 1840, (380) Reference to William Moore in Dr. Crocket's "Two Centuries in East Texas," pp. 152.
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5-1 (381) References to John A. Williams, G. L. Crocket, "Two Centuries in East Texas" pp. 147-148, (382) References to John A. Williams in G. L. Crocket, "Two Centuries in East Texas," pp. 120, (383) References to John A. Williams, G. L. Crocket, "Two Centuries in East Texas," pp. 135, (384) Fred G. Hill, County Clerk, Beaumont, Tx., 6/24/42, (385) Dr. Charles W. Hackett in the Rubi Inspection, 6/19/42, (386) J. Frank Dobie, Austin, Tx., 6/8/42, (387) Watson Neyland, 6/10/42, (388) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 6/12/42, (389) Mrs. Bert Jackson, Beaumont, Tx., 6/12/42, (390) Albert J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 6/15/42.
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5-2 (391) Deed: John A. Williams and wife to William Moore, 3/17/1837, (392) Deed: John A. Williams and wife to William Moore, March 17, 1937, (Picket Copy), (393) F. G. Gill, County Clerk, Beaumont, Tx., replying to my letter enclosed, 7/10/42, (394) Footnotes to my letter by T. M. Jordan, County Clerk, Hardin County, 6/30/42, (395) Footnote to my letter to County Clerk, Liberty County, Tx., 6/29/42, (396) R. S. Sterling, Houston, Tx., 6/25/42, (397) Mrs. W. A. Ganning, Clerk, County Courthouse, Orange, Tx., 7/3/42, (398) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 6/29/42, (399) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 7/1/42, (400) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 7/7/42.
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5-3 (401) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 10/14/42, (402) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 10/6/42, (403) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 10/6/42, (404) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 8/25/42, (405) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 8/31/42, (406) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 8/27/42, (407) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 7/17/42, (408) Alcade's Record Book II, (409) Family of Michael Pevoto, Jr., (410) Ike Moore, San Jacinto Museusm of Historical Association, Houston, Tx., 7/25/42.
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5-4 (411) List of Books, (412) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 8/20/42, (413) H. B. Carrol, Historical Association, Austin, Tx., 10/25/42, (414) Bascom Giles, Austin, Tx., 10/27/42, (415) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 10/28/42, (416) Albert J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 10/29/42, (417) J. J. Woolket, 10/2/42, (418) Charles D. Smith, Beaumont, Tx., 10/2/42, (419) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 10/4/42, (420) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 5/19/43.
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5-5 (421) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 10/22/42, (422) Flowers and Fruits by Z. M. Morrell, pp. 202-205, (423) Fred G. Hill, County Clerk, Jefferson County, 10/17/42, (424) List of Papers in File, Estate of J. A. Williams, Dec'd, (425) Papers 1 to 32, John A. Williams Estate, County Clerk's Office, Beaumont, Tx., (426) Papers 33 to 70, John A. Williams Estate, County Clerk's Office, Beaumont, Tx., (427) D. R. Pevoto, Houston, Tx., 2/6/43, (428) Asa Pevoto's descendents, (429) Fred G. Hill, Beaumont, Tx., 2/25/43, (430) Bascom Giles, Austin, Tx., 3/1/43.
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5-6 (431) Price Daniel, Austin, Tx., 3/8/43, (432) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 3/15/43, (433) Herbert Davenport, Brownsville, Tx., 3/23/43, (434) Dr. D. R. Peveto, Pastor, Houston, Tx., (435) Albert J. Schnitzel, Orange, Tx., 1/20/43, (436) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 2/12/43, (437) E. C. Barker, Austin, Tx., 2/14/43, (438) Fred G. Hill, Beaumont, Tx., 3/25/43.
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5-7 (439) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 3/31/43, (440) Dr. P. I. Nixon, San Antonio, Tx., 4/7/43, (441) R. E. Cowan, District Clerk, Beaumont, Tx., 4/3/43, (442) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 3/30/43, (443) Mrs. Z. W. Copeland, Elberton, Ga., 4/9/43, (444) Leita Small, San Antonio, Tx., 3/29/43, (445) Mrs. J. E. Hays, State Historian, Atlanta, Ga., 3/30/43, (446) Watson Neyland, Houston, Tx., 5/6/43, (447) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 4/14/43, (448) Julia Ideson, Houston Public Library, Houston, Tx., 4/23/43, (449) Mrs. Julia D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 4/19/43, (450) Sarah Q. Smith, Washington, Ga., 4/15/43.
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5-8 (451) Watson Neyland, Liberty, Tx., 4/26/43, (452) M. L. Bonham, Chief Justince Supreme Court, Anderson, SC, 4/28/43, (453) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 4/30/43, (454) A. S. Salley, Historical Commission of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 4/30/43, (455) Watson Neyland, Houston, Tx., 11/21/42, (456) E. M. Coulter, University of Texas, Austin, 5/5/43, (457) Mrs. J. E. Hays, State Historian of Georgia, Atlanta, Ga., 5/5/43, (458) Martha L. Ellison, Lawson McGhee Library, Knoxville, Tenn., 5/5/43, (459) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 5/6/45, (460) G. B. Dealey, Dallas Morning News, 5/6/43.
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5-9 (461) J. S. Ibbotson, Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Tx., 5/7/43, (462) John H. McIntosh, Elberton, Ga., 5/8/45, (463) Ephraim McLain Admn. et al. 124 vs. J. L. Dugat, T. A. Stanwood, and Margaretta J. Stanwood, 1857, (464) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 1/29/43, (465) Dr. Violette, 5/2/43, (466) Mr. G. B. Dealey, c/o Dallas News, Dallas, Tx., 5/3/43, (467) Letter to Adjutant's General's Office and reply as to service record of Capt. Watson Dugat Williams, 5/12/43, (468) A. J. Schnitzel, Huntsville, Tx., 5/14/43, (469) Mrs. Edna Arnold Copeland, Elberton, Ga., 5/15/43, (470) Various records copied by Mrs. Z. W. Copeland, Elberton, Ga., 5/15/43.
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5-10 (471) Eleanor S. Wilby, Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, 5/17/43, (472) E. C. Barker, Austin, Tx., 5/18/43, (473) Walter Prichard, LSU Historical Department, Baton Rouge, La., 5/18/43, (474) J. S. Ibbotson, Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Tx., 5/7/43, (475) Mrs. P. I. Nixon, San Antonio, Tx., 5/18/43, (476) Walter Prichard, LSU Historical Department, Baton Rouge, La., 5/18/43, (477) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 5/19/43, (478) Dr. P. I. Nixon, San Antonio, Tx., 5/20/43, (479) Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 5/23/43, (480) Samuel C. Williams, Johnson City, Tenn., 5/24/43.
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5-11 (481) Dr. Walter Prichard, Baton Rouge, La., 5/25/43, (482) Dr. Edward Randall, 5/26/43, (483) Edna T. Bautle, Secretary Lt. Gov. Mayton, Layfayett, La., 5/29/43, (484) Mrs. Edna Arnold Copeland, Elberton, Ga., 5/30/43, (485) "Davenport" Immigrant Ancestors, (486) Mr. Hielscher's note on Beaumont, Texas Pioneers, 6/15/43.
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5-12 Petition for time not to issue execution, Thomas A. Stanwood executor, 9/25/1849; Ephraim McClane and wife vs. Joseph Dugat and Thomas A. Stanwood, 1/3/1851; Interrogation of W. B. Ellis, 4/17/1854; W. B. Ellis' answer to interrogation, 5/4/1854; Plaintiff's amended petition, Ephraim Mclane, 11/13/1855; Affadavits, William Clark, 4/21/1856, Alexander McLain, 4/12/1856, Thomas Burwich, Sr., 4/12/1865, and John Caruthers, 4/21/1856; Defendents' amended answer, J. Dugat, 5/11/1857; Defendent's answer, 5/12/1857; Carrie #123, Ephraim McLane and Angeline McLane vs. Joseph L. Dugat and Thomas A. Stanwood and wife; Hester Williams gives power of attorney to James Walea, 3/12/1837; "History of the Quirk Grant" by Dr. George Crocket; Letter, Mrs. J. D. Welder, enclosed notes on members of Company F of the 5th Texas Hood's Brigade; Phillip C. Tucker to Mrs. J. D. Welder, 2/45; Thomas W. Alexander, Charlotte, NC, 1/30/44; Watson Neyland, Houston, Tx., 3/27/44; Andrew Forest Muir, Houston, Tx., 7/26/46; E. W. Winkler, University of Texas, Austin, Tx., 2/13/50; Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 7/30/41, enclosed notes of William M. Logan, letter from Price Daniel, notes from pocketbook of William Duncan, "100 years Ago Today in Texas" by Greely Ray Riggs, letter to Adina De Zavala from Greely Ray Riggs, "Early Reminicence...,"Liberty Gazette, 8/27/1855, Summons, Theodore Dorsett, 5/4/1829, advertisements and death notices in Liberty Gazette, 2/13/1867, and muster roll of Capt. William M. Logan's Company in the Battle of San Jacinto; Mrs. J. D. Welder, Liberty, Tx., 1/13/42, enclosed documents from Haden Edwards, 3/1/1826.
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5-12.5 Photostat copies of John A. Williams documents.
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5-13 (1) Clarence E. Baker, Purdue University; Crown Point, Ind., 3/21/38, (2) Selected References relating to Use of Aluminum Sulfate for correcting Alkalinity of soils and waters, (3) Cost of Phosphoric Acid per 50 gallon barrel of water, (4) Analysis of College Station water, 3/10/37, (5) J. Horace McFarland; American Roxe Society, Harrisburg, Pa., 12/3/37, (6) S. E. Asbury to J. Horace McFarland, 12/12/37, (7) S. E. Asbury to J. Horace McFarland, 1/3/38, (8) Luther G. Jones, Texas A&M; Soil Moistures, 1/5/38, (9) S. E. Asbury to H. P. Smith, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1/7/38, (10) S. E. Asbury to R. E. Karper; Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; College Station, Tx., 1/17/38.
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5-14 (11) S. E. Asbury to W. T. Carter; Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; College Station, Tx., 1/17/38, (12) W. T. Carter; Division of Soil Survey, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; College Station, Tx., 1/18/38, (13) Horace G. Byers; US Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils; Washington, 1/27/38, (14) H. E. Middleton, US Department of Agriculture; Soil Conservation Service; Washington DC, 2/2/38, (15) John S. Cole; US Department of Agriculture; Bureau of Plant Industry; Washington DC, 2/3/38, (16)" My Present Practice in Raising Climbing Roses"by S. E. Asbury, 2/18/38, (17) Frank L. Fasel; Cameron, Tx., 2/19/38, (18) "Solution Formulas for growing crops without soil;"A. L. Grizzard; National Fertilizer Association; Washington, DC, 2/21/38, (19) Artificial Plant Culture by Dr. Paul Macy, 2/38, (20) Supplement to "Artificial Plant Culture "by Dr. Paul Macy, 3/1/38.
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5-15 (21) Frank L. Fasel; Cameron, Tx., 3/10/38, (22) Adjustment of College Station water, 3/11/38, (23) Luther G. Jones; Department of Agronomy; Texas A&M, 3/11/38, (24) T. H. Black; Southern Pacific Lines; College Station, Tx., 3/16/38, (25) W. F. Gericke; University of California; Berkeley, Ca., 3/26/37, (26) "Crop Production without Soil," by Prof. W. F. Gericke; Nature, 3/26/38, (27) Bartlett Chemicals, Inc., New Orleans, La., 4/4/38, (28) C. C. Fletcher; US Department of Agriculture; Bureau of Plant Industry; Washington, 4/6/38, (29) G. B. Winner; American Cyanamid Company; New York, NY, 4/7/38, (30) Morton Salt Co., Chicago, Ill., 4/8/38.
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5-16 (31) George Y. Frankle; Monsanto Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo., 4/9/38, (32) P. Vandercook-Armour Fertilizer Works; Chicago Heights, Ill. to Dr. Paul Macy; Texas A&M University; College Station, Tx., 4/9/38, (33) Victor Chemical Works; Chicago, Illinois to Dr. Paul Macy; Texas A&M University; College Station, Tx., 4/11/38, (34) Bartlett Chemicals; New Orleans, La., 4/12/38, (35) J. P. Biebel; Purdue University; Agricultural Experiment Station, Lafayette, Ind., 4/13/38, (37) C. E. Baker, Agricultural Extension Department; Purdue University; Crown Point, Ind., 4/13/38, (38) C. S. Scofield; US Department of Agriculture; Bureau of Plant Industry; Riverside, Ca., 4/22/38, (39) W. T. McGeorge; University of Arizona; Tucson, Arizona, 4/27/38, (40) S. S. Goldich; Texas A&M, College Station, Tx., 5/10/38.
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5-17 (41) Edwin C. Miller; Kansas State College; Manhattan, Kan., 5/17/38, (42) D. R. Hoagland; University of California; Berkeley, Ca., 5/25/38, (43) S. W. Decker; Kansas State College; Manhattan, Kan., 5/20/38, (44) C. A. Kraus; Brown University; Providence, R.I., 6/7/38, (45) "Seeking Absolutes Among Roses" by S. E. Asbury, 8/18/38, (46)" Quantity and Quality of Life in Roses," (47) A. L. Grizzard; National Fertilizer Association; Washington, DC, 3/11/38, (48) C. H. Stolley; Barlett Chemicals Inc., New Orleans, La., 3/8/38, (49) "Mohr's Researches in Java."
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5-18 T. C. Richardson, Farm and Ranch, Dallas, Tx., 5/27/36; W. F. Geriche, University of California, Berkeley, Calif., 3/26/37; E. B. Reynolds, TAMC, 4/30/37; E. B. Reynolds, TAMC, 12/17/37; R. E. Kasper, TAMC, 1/10/38; Guy W. Adriance, TAMC, 1/11/38; S. H. Yarnell, TAMC, 1/13/38; Gibb Gilchrist, TAMC, 2/16/38; A. L. Grizzard, The National Fertilizer Association, Washington, DC, 2/17/38;" Solution formulas for growing crops without soil" received from A. L. Grizzard, 2/21/38; W. G. Howeth, Wichita Falls, Tx., 2/24/38; F. V. North, Texas Cart Stand Co., Houston, Tx., 3/1/38; C. H. Stolley, Bartlett Chemicals, New Orleans, La., 3/8/38; T. C. Richardson, Farm and Ranch, Dallas, Tx., 3/10/38; A. L. Grizzard, National Fertilizer Association, Washington, DC, 3/11/38; The Botanical Review, NY, 8/16/38; Walter Thomas, Penn State College, 9/2/38; M. C. Merrill, US Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC, 12/22/38; C. H. Stolley, Bartlett Chemicals, New Orleans, 10/5/39, C. H. Stolley, Bartlett Chemicals, New Orleans, 10/19/39; W. E. Loomis, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, 5/2/40; Herbert C. Brewer, Chilean Nitrate Educational Bureau, Inc., NY, 5/6/40; American Society of Plant Physiologists, Baton Rouge, La., 9/24/41; American Society of Plant Physiologists, Baton Rouge, La., 5/6/42; James T. Jordine, US Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC, 1/8/43; Paul J. Kramer, American Society of Plant Physiologists, Durham, NC, 2/1/43; J. D. Priest, Extension Service, TAMC, 12/17/43, enclosed: letter, W. L. Manning, Burgers Battery Co., Chicago, Ill., 11/24/43; C. F. Manning, Burgers Battery Co., Chicago, Ill., 11/1/43; C. F. Burgess, Burgess Battery Co., Chicago, Ill., 11/10/43; D. L. Williams, Mississippi State College, State College, Miss., 9/10/48; Baker, undated; W. D. Robinson, undated.
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5-19 "Anne Raney's Reminiscences".
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5-20 (1) Harriet Smither; State Archivist, Austin, Tx., 2/29/44, (2) Winnie Allen; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 3/14/44, (3) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 3/4/44, (4) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 4/8/44, (5) C. E. Nelson, County Agricultural Agent; Calhoun Co.; Port Lavaca, Tx., 4/8/44, (6) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University, Durham, NC, 4/10/44, (7) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 4/11/44, (8) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University; Durham, NC, 4/18/44, (9) Nannie M. Tilley;Duke University; Durham, NC, 4/20/44, (10) L. A. Carter; Cuero, Tx., 4/21/44.
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5-21 (11) Sam C. Lackey; Cuero, Tx., 4/22/44, (12) Lou W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 4/25/44, (13) Mrs. Sutherland; Cuero, Tx., 5/1/44, (14) W. A. McLeod; Cuero, Tx., 5/2/44, (15) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University; Durham, NC, 5/2/44, (16) L. A. Carter; Cuero, Tx., 5/5/44, (17) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 5/5/44, (18) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 5/8/44, (19) P. I. Nixon; San Antonio, Tx., 5/10/44, (20) Lewistine M. McCoy; Duke University; Durham, NC, 5/12/44.
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5-22 (21) Winnie Allen; Austin, Tx., 5/15/44, (22) Bascom Giles; General Land Office; Austin, Tx., 5/16/44, (23) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 5/24/44, (24) P. I. Nixon; San Antonio, Tx., 5/29/44, (25) Gibb Gilchrist, College Station, Tx., 6/1/44, (26) Lichte; College Station, Tx., 6/2/44, (27) H. P. Smith; 6/3/44, (28) Prof. Fred Jones; College Station, Tx., 6/2/44, (29) E. C. Barker; Austin, Tx., 6/5/44, (30) Nannie M. Tilley; Durham, NC, 6/5/44.
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5-23 (31) Winnie Allen; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 6/6/44, (32) Thomas P. Martin; Library of Congress; Washington, DC, 6/9/44, (33) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 6/10/44, (34) D. Killengh; College Station, Tx., 6/15/44, (35) C. S. Mitchell; Lolita, Tx., 6/26/44, (36) Noma L. Goodwin; Duke University; Durham, NC, 7/10/44, (37) Winnie Allen; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 7/11/44, (38) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University; Durham, NC, 8/3/44, (39) Mrs. C. L., Cuero, Tx., 8/5/44, (40) Jack Howerton; Cuero, Tx., 8/10/44.
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5-24 (41) P. I. Nixon; San Antonio, Tx., 8/14/44, (42) Thomas H. Lewis; El Campo, Tx., 10/17/44, (43) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 8/17/44, (44) Ed Kilman; Houston Post; Houston, Tx., 8/21/44, (45) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 8/24/44, (46) Olga Liles; Dallas Morning News; Dallas, Tx., 8/25/44, (47) Ed Kilman; Houston Post; Houston, Tx., 8/27/44, (48) Mrs. J. O. Goldman; Cuero, Tx., 9/2/44, (49) G. B. Dealey; Dallas Morning News; Dallas, Tx., 9/9/44, (50) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University; Durham, NC, 9/9/44.
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5-25 (51) H. B. Caroll; Austin, Tx., 9/12/44, (52) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/15/44, (53) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 9/18/44, (54) Henry Exall; Dallas Historical Society; Dallas, Tx., 9/21/44, (55) E. C. Grindstaff; Ballinger, Tx., 9/22/44, (56) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 9/26/44, (57) S. E. Asbury to University of Texas Archives; 9/28/44, (58) L. W. Kemp; Houston, Tx., 10/13/44, (59) Mary M. Greenloe; Mooresville, NC, 11/5/44, (60) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University; Durham, NC, 11/21/44.
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5-26 (61) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University; Durham, NC, 11/23/44, (62) Nannie M. Tilley; Duke University; Durham, NC, 11/27/44, (63) T. B. Smith; Mooresville, NC, 11/27/44, (64) Nannie M. Tilley; Durham, NC, 12/1/44, (65) Ewart Watts; Cuero, Tx., 12/4/44, (66) Mrs. Claude N. Blackwell; Cuero, Tx., 12/8/44, (67) Miss Fannie Peterson; Halletsville, Tx., 12/14/44, (68) Mrs. Seeligson; Cuero, Tx., 12/18/44, (69) Noma Lee Goodwin; Duke University; Durham, NC, 1/5/45, (70) Mrs. Tom Eary, Cuero, Tx., 2/6/45.
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5-27 (71) Mrs. R. Brown; Medina, Tx., 2/10/45, (72) Mabel Smith; Texas State Library; Austin, Texas, 4/11/45, (73) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 4/11/45, (74) Herbert, Dallas, Tx., 4/11/45, (75) Winnie Allen; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 5/7/45, (76) Nannie M. Tilley; Durham, NC, 5/28/45, (77) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 6/19/45, (78) Winnie Allen; University of Texas; Austin, Tx., 7/19/45, (79) Mrs. Cora Glassford; San Antonio, Tx., 8/31/45, (80) Nannie M. Tilley; Durham, NC, 9/7/45.
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5-28 (81) Mrs. Cora Glassford; San Antonio, Tx., 9/13/45, (82) Mrs. Cora Glassford; San Antonio, Tx., 9/18/45, (83) Winnie Allen; University of Texas; Austin, 10/2/45, (84) William Harrison; Los Angeles, Calif., 12/4/45, (85) J. Baker; Hollywood, Calif., 12/12/45, (86) Mary K. Cloud; Austin, Tx., 12/12/45, (87) Garland F. Taylor; Tulane University; New Orleans, La., 1/7/46, (88) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 1/10/46, (89) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 1/22/46, (90) Garland F. Taylor; Tulane University; New Orleans, La., 1/25/46.
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5-29 (91) W. H. Holzmann, College Station to Winnie Allen, 2/6/46, (92) Harriet Smither; Texas State Library; Austin, Tx., 2/14/46, (93) R. H. Porter; Steck Co., Publishers; Austin, Tx., 4/20/48, (94) Alta H. Steiser; 10/8/--, (95) Carie McElroy, (96) Bailey; Carroll; Austin, Tx., (97) Family Connections of Dr. Benjamin Harrison, (98) Exerpt from William J. Fielding's "Strange Customs of Courtship and Marriage", (99) Biographical Sketch of John Cleves Short Harrison, (100) Biographical Sketch of Anna Symmes Harrison.
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5-30 (101) Biographical Sketch of Anne Raney, (102) Calendar of Brazoria Newspapers, 1832-1836, (103) Calendar of Brazoria Newspapers, 1832-1836, (104) Mary Raney Smith to mother-in-law, Oct. 1851, (105) Mary Raney Smith to mother-in-law, June 10, 1850, (106) J. L. Smith to W. B. Smith, 5/3/1849, (107) J. L. Smith to W. B. Smith, 5/29/1850, (108) J. Locke Smith to Clinton, 1/29/1853, (109) Brief Review of Reminescences of Ann Raney Thomas Coleman, (110) Ann Coleman to Mr. Shaw, Comptroler of Texas, 8/1/1852.
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5-31 (111) Ann Coleman to Mr. Shaw, Comptroler of Texas, 9/9/1852, (112) Ann Thomas to Smith (brother of J. L. Smith), 5/7/1862, (113) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 5/8/1862, (114) Victoria K. Watson to (Cousin), 8/24/1864 or 1857, (115) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 9/19/1867, (116) Ann Thomas to Louisa and Eugenia Watson, (117) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 4/24/1869, (118) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 2/18/1872, (119) Ann Thomas to Eugenia Watson and Alice Smith, (120) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 5/17/1875.
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5-32 (121) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 11/28/1875, (122) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 3/22/1876, (123) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 5/3/1876, (124) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 11/12/1876, (125) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 2/12/1877, (126) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 6/11/1877, (127) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 9/24/1877, (128) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 2/10/1879, (129) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 4/5/1879, (130) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/2/1879.
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5-33 (131) Ann Thomas to (uncle), 6/1/1880, (132) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 3/1/1887, (133) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, --/15/1881, (134) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 1/15/1882, (135) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 5/5/1883, (136) Ann Raney Thomas to Alice Smith, 8/3/1883, (137) V. K. Watson to Alice Smith, 8/30/1883, (138) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/30/1883, (139) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 3/12/1884, (140) Ann Thomas to Branard, 3/12/1884.
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5-34 (141) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 4/16/1884, (142) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 5/31/1884, (143) Ann Thomas to Branard, 5/31/1884, (144) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 7/16/1884, (145) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 11/16/1884, (146) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 1/26/1885, (147) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 3/24/1885, (148) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 6/30/1885, (149) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 7/29/1885, (150) Ann Thomas to Aunt Mary Ann, 7/29/1885.
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5-35 (151) Ann Thomas to Branard, 7/29/1885, (152) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 3/9/1886, (153) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 5/1/1886, (154) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/5/1886, (155) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 1/7/1887, (156) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 5/13/1887, (157) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 9/30/1887, (158) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 6/10/1888, (159) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 7/1/1888, (160) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/11/1888.
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5-36 (161) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 11/29/1888, (162) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 1/24/1889, (163) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 3/25/1889, (164) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 9/21/1889, (165) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/14/1889, (166) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/30/1889, (167) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 3/25/1890, (168) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 7/22/1890, (169) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 9/17/1890, (170) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/16/1890.
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5-37 (171) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 10/16/1890, (172) Ann Thomas to Alice Smith, 7/19/1892, (173) James B. Goff to Governor Roberts, 4/12/1882, enclosed: Ann Thomas to Governor Roberts, 7/25/1880, Ann Thomas to Governor Roberts, 3/3/1882.
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5-38 Photostat copies of Anne Raney Documents.
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5-39 "Almonte's Journal of the Mexican Campaign,"New York Herald, 1836.
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5-40 Notes for the Alamo Narrative.
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5-41 (1) Report on Detachment of Nacogdoches from B. Dortolant to Governor, 1/4/1804, (2) Juan Buatista De Elguezabal to Commandant General, 1/4/1804, (3) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 1/9/1804, (4) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 1/17/1804, (5) Juan Bautista De Elguezabal to Commanding General, 1/18/1804, (6) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor Lt. Colonel Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 2/4/1804, (7) Jose Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor Lt. ColonelJuan Buatista De Elguezabal, 2/4/1804, (8) Jose Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor Lt. Colonel Juan Buatista De Elguezaball, 2/4/1804, (9) Order issued by Nemesio Salcedo, 2/16/1804, (10) Governor Juan Buatista De Elguezabal to Commanding General, 2/29/1804.
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5-42 (11) Report fromJose Joaquin Ugarte, 3/1/1804, (12) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 3/4/1804, (13) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 3/4/1804, (14) Invoice; Juan de Dios Martinez, 3/12/1804, (15) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 3/13/1804, (16) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 3/27/1804, (17) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 4/1/1804, (18) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 4/1/1804, (19) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 4/3/1804, (20) Expense Report.
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5-43 (21) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor of Texas, 4/3/1804, (22) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor of Texas, 4/3/1804, (23) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor of Texas, 4/3/1804, (24) Andres Lopes Ameto to Boundary Commissioners, 4/6/1804, (25) Fr. John Brady to Commandant General, 4/10/1804, (26) Proclamation by Nemesio Salcedo, 4/10/1804, (27) Governor of Texas (Juan Buatista De Elguezabal) to Nemesio Salcedo, 4/11/1804, (28) Governor of Texas (Juan Buatista De Elguezabal) to Nemesio Salcedo, 4/11/1804, (29) Proclamation from the King, 4/22/1804, (30) Governor to Commandant General, 4/24/1804.
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5-44 (31) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 4/24/1804, (32) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 4/25/1804, (33) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 4/25/1804, (34) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 4/25/1804, (35) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 5/3/1804, (36) "List of Animals that Manuel de Leon Brought into this Village", (37)Nemesio Salcedo to Viceroy, (Marquis de Casa Calvo), 5/8/1804, (38) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 5/8/1804, (39) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 5/19/1804, (40) Caballero to Viceroy, 5/18/1804.
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5-45 (41) Tomas Flores to Governor, 5/18/1804, (42) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 5/21/1804, (43)Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 5/22/1804, (44) Report on Detachment to Nacogdoches by Jose Joaquin Ugarte, 5/31/1804, (45)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 6/3/1804, (46)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 6/3/1804, (47)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 6/3/1804, (48) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 6/3/1804, (49) Governor of Texas to Intendant San Luis Potosi, 6/6/1804, (50)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 6/18/1804.
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5-46 (51) Marquis de Casa Calvo to Governor, 6/19/1804, (52) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 6/20/1804, (53) Report on Detachment to Nacogdoches byJose Joaquin Ugarte, 7/1/1804, (54) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 7/4/1804, (55) Passport for John Minor from Marquis de Casa Calvo, 7/6/1804, (56) Iturri Garay to Nemesio Salcedo, 7/6/1804, (57) Extract from American Newspaper sent to Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 7/6/1804, (58)Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 7/17/1804, (59) Governor of Texas to Nemesio Salcedo, 7/18/1804, (60) Governor of Texas to Nemesio Salcedo, 7/23/1804.
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5-47 (61)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 7/25/1804, (62)Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 7/30/1804, (63) Report on Site of Nacogdoches byJose Joaquin Ugarte, 8/1/1804, (64) Diary of Events in July at Nacogdoches by Jose Joaquin Ugarte, 8/1/1804, (65)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 8/3/1804, (66) Governor to Viceroy, 8/3/1804, (67)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 8/4/1804, (68)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 8/4/1804, (69) B. M. Despallier to Jose Joaquin Ugarte, 8/6/1804, (70) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 8/15/1804.
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5-48 (71)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 8/21/1804, (72) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 8/28/1804, (73) Nemesio Salcedo to William Barr, 8/24/1804, (74) Report on detachment to Nacogdoches, byJose Joaquin Ugarte, 9/1/1804, (75) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 9/1/1804, (76) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor, 9/11/1804, (77) Franco Amangual to Governor, 9/22/1804, (78) Gregorio Mora et al to Governor, 9/23/1804, (79) J. M. Guadiana to Governor, 9/26/1804, (80) Governor to Nemesio Salcedo, 9/26/1804.
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5-49 (1) Report on Detachment at Nacogdoches, by Jose Joaquin Ugarte, 10/1/1804, (2) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 10/1/1804, (3) Statement of Minor Regarding his commission, by Jose Joaquin Ugarte, 10/1/1804, (4) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Lieut. Col. Don Juna Bautista de Elguezabal, 10/4/1804, (5) Juan Buatista De Elguezabal to Nemesio Salcedo, 10/10/1804, (6) Juan Buatista De Elguezabal to Nemesio Salcedo, 10/10/1804, (7) John Minor to Governor of Texas, 10/16/1804, (8) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 10/22/1804, (9) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to (Governor), 10/25/1804, (10) Report on Detachment of Nacogdoches byJose Joaquin Ugarte, 11/1/1804.
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5-50 (11)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 11/4/1804, (12) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 11/4/1804, (13) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor, 11/4/1804, (14) Juan Buatista De Elguezabal to Nemesio Salcedo, 11/7/1804, (15) Juan Buatista De Elguezabal to Nemesio Salcedo, 11/7/1804, (16) Silvestre Diaz de la Vega to Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 11/7/1804, (17) Marquis de Casa Calbo to Jose Joaquin Ugarte, 11/10/1804, (18) Marquis de Casa Calbo to Nemesio Salcedo, 11/10/1804, (19) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 11/18/1804, (20) Report on Deserters from Presidio of Bahia, by Franco. Amangual, 11/19/1804.
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5-51 (21) Juan Buatista De Elguezabal to Nemesio Salcedo, (Commandant General), 11/21/1804, (22) Report on Detachment of Nacogdoches, byJose Joaquin Ugarte, 12/1/1804, (23) Governor of Texas (de Juan Buatista De Elguezabal) to Nemesio Salcedo, 12/15/1804, (24) Report of Municipal Elections, Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 12/24/1804, (25) Manuel de Godov to Nemesio Salcedo, 12/20/1804, (26) Report on Detachment of Nacogdoches, byJose Joaquin Ugarte, 1/1/1805, (27)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to de Elguezabal, 1/1/1805, (28) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 1/4/1805, (29) Governor's orders to Sergeant Juan Anto. Urruttia, 1/8/1805, (30) Report on Population in Province of Texas, by Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 1/30/1805.
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5-52 (31) Report on Detachment of Nacogdoches, byJose Joaquin Ugarte, 1/31/1805, (32)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Lieutenant Colonel Don Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 2/4/1805, (33)Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Lieutenant Colonel Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 2/4/1805, (34) Dionisio Valle to Governor Don Juan Buatista De Elguezaball, 2/4/1805, (35) Dionisio Valle to Governor DonJuan Buatista De Elguezabal, 4/1/1805, (36) Report on Detachment of Nacogdoches, by Dionisio Valle, 4/1/1805, (37) Passport for Juan Garner and Psoro Aresenaux from Marquis de Casa Calvo, 4/5/1805, (37.5) Franco. Amangual to Governor Don Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 4/20/1805, (38) Franco. Amangual to Governor Don Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 4/20/1805, (39) Nemesio Salcedo to, 4/27/1805, (40) Report on Detachment of Nacogdoches, by Dionisio Valle, 6/1/1805.
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5-53 (41) Felipe Arciniega to Governor Don Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 6/2/1805, (42) Dionisio Valle to Governor Don Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 6/4/1805, (43) Dionisio Valle to Governor Don Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 6/12/1805, (44) Franco. Viana to Governor Don Juan Buatista De Elguezabal, 6/24/1805, (45) Dionisio Valle to, 8/13/1805, (46) Nemesio Salcedo to Acting Governor Cordero, 10/2/1805, (47) Nemesio Salcedo to Don Jose de Yturrigaray, 10/2/1805, (48) (Antonio Cordero) to Brigadier Don Nemesio Salcedo, 10/3/1805, (49) Dionisio Valle to Col. Don Antonio Cordero, 10/3/1805, (50) Dionisio Valle to Lieutenant Colonel DonDionisio Valle, 10/3/1805.
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5-54 (51) (Governor of Texas, Antonio Cordero) to Commandant General, 10/4/1805, (52) (Governor of Texas, Antonio Cordero) to Commandant General, 10/5/1805, (53) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor Colonel Don Antonio Cordero, 10/6/1805, (54) Jose Joaquin Ugarte to Governor of Texas, 10/8/1805, (55) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 10/8/1805, (56) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 10/8/1805, (57) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 10/8/1805, (58) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 10/8/1805, (59) Report on Questioning of Juan Garnier by Governor Col. Don Antonio Cordero, 10/10/1805, (60) Proclamation by Antonio Cordera, (Dealing with registration and control of strangers), 10/12/1805.
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5-55 (61) to Don Antonio Cordera, 10/18/1805, (62) (Governor of Texas) to Commandant General, 10/1805, (63) (Antonio Cordero) to Commandant General, 10/18/1805, (64) Report on Questioning of Manuel Bega, by Alferez Don Francisco Adan, 10/18/1805, (65) Pedro Nolasco Carrasco to Governor Col. Don Antonio Cordero, 10/23/1805, (66) Nemesio Salcedo to Commandant General, 10/23/1805, (67) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 11/2/1805, (68) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 11/2/1805, (69) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor of Texas, 11/4/1805, (70) Sebastian Rodriquez to Governor of Texas, 11/4/1805.
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5-56 (71) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor of Texas, 11/4/1805, (72) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor of Texas, 11/4/1805, (73) (Governor of Texas) to Commandant General, 11/5/1805, (74) List of Sacred Vestments sent to Governor Col. Don Antonio Codero by J. J. Ugarte, 11/6/1805, (75) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor Col. Don Antonio Codero, 11/6/1805, (76) Fr. Jose Manl. Gaitan to Governor Col. Don Antonio Codero, 11/15/1805, (77) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor Col. Don Antonio Codero, 11/11/1805, (78) Antonio Cordero to Don Sebastian Rodriguez, 11/17/1805, (79) Estevan Minor to Don Sebastian Rodriguez, 11/19/1805, (80) (Governor of Texas) to Commandant General, 11/19/1805.
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5-57 (81) Felix Trudeau to S. Rodriguez, 11/28/1805, (82) Report on Articles Given to Indian Chiefs, by J. J. Ugarte and Juan Jose Curgelo, 11/30/1805, (83) S. Rodriguez to Governor, 12/1/1805, (84) Report on Detachment to Nacogdoches, by Sebastian Rodrigues, 12/1/1805, (85) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas (Antonio Cordero), 12/2/1805, (86) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas (Antonio Cordero), 12/2/1805, (87) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas (Antonio Cordero), 12/2/1805, (88) Nemesio Salcedo to Don Jose de Yturrigaray, 12/3/1805, (89) Fr. Josep M. de Jhs. Puelles to Governor of Texas, 12/4/1805, (90) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor of Texas, 12/4/1805.
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5-58 (91) Fr. Mariano de Jesus Sosa to Governor of Texas, 12/4/1805, (92) S. Rodrigues to Governor of Texas, 12/5/1805, (93) S. Rodrigues to Governor of Texas, 12/5/1805, (94) S. Rodrigues to Governor of Texas, 12/5/1805, (95) Marquis de Casacalbo to Don Antonio Codero, 12/8/1805, (96) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 12/16/1805, (97) Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, 12/16/1805, (98) (Governor of Texas) to Commandant General, (98.5) S. Rodriguez to Governor, 12/19/1805, (99) S. Rodriguez to Governor, 12/19/1805, (100) S. Rodriguez to Governor, 12/19/1805.
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5-59 (101) Sebastian Rodriguez to Governor of Texas, 12/19/1805, (102) Bejar to Don Sebastian Rodriguez, 12/19/1805, (103) S. Rodriguez to Governor of Texas, 12/19/1805, (104) Report on Election of Cabildo, by Ignacio Perez and Manuel Delgado, 12/20/1805, (105) J. J. Ugarte to Governor of Texas, 12/21/1805, (106) Antonio Codero to Don N., 12/137/1805, (107) (Antonio Codero) to Commandant, 12/27/1805, (108) Report on Detachments at the Capital, La Bania, and Orcoquizac, Nacogdoches, Camp on the Trinity, 12/--/1805, (109) (Antonio Codero) to Commandant General, 12/31/1805.
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5-60 Index to the Nacogdoches Archives.
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5-61 Documents from Nacogdoches Archives from Mrs. Lois Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx.; (1) letter, Lois Blount, 4/28/42, enclosed: certificates relative to admission to settle in Texas, 1825; (2) letter, Lois Blount, 7/9/37, enclosed: John Sprowl to John Seguin, 6/8/1824, Owen Thomas to Pedrer Prosel, 3/16/1825, Nathan Davis to Pedro Procell, 3/16/1825, D. Hays to L. Procell, 4/7/1825, Thomas Spencer to Lewis Procell, 5/1/1825, Summons, John Sprowl, 5/5/1825, list of jurors in the prosecution of Capt. James Hill, 5/26/1825, account of Capt. James Hill's trial, 5/26/1825, Samuel Norris to the Political Chief of Texas, 3/22/1826, Jane Antonio Sepulveda to Political Chief of Texas, 3/23/1826, John Sprowl to Samuel Norris 3/29/1826, muster roll, 4/1/1826, deposition of Daniel O'Quin, 4/3/1826, Samuel Norris to the Political Chief of Texas, 4/4/1826, William Taylor to J. B. Cazenave, --/4/1827, A. Bustamento to Military Commander of Texas, 3/9/1827, Arbitration decision, Harrison vs. estates of R. Collier, 12/3/1827, Certificate of election, 12/16/1827, John G. Love to Encainacion Chireno, 12/18/1827, Oath of John I. Roberts, Harrison vs. R. Collier, 12/29/1827.
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5-62 (1) report on the status Indians in Texas, by Manuel de Salcedo, 4/24/1809, (2) confidential inquiry concerning Baronet de Bastrop, 8/23/1809, (3) declaration Edmund Quirk as to movement of insurgents at Sabine River, 2/12/1816, (4) Joaquin de Arredondo to Governor of Texas, 3/28/1816, (5) Joaquin de Arredondo to Governor of Texas, 9/24/1816, (6) Reports on measures taken to check any revolutionary movement, 10/24/1816, (7) J. de Arredondo to Governor of Texas, 10/25/1816, (8) J. de Arredondo to Governor of Texas, 11/8/1816, (9) Commander of Texas to J. de Arredondo, 11/21/1816, (10) Report on the landing of Spaniards at Atascosito, 11/21/1816.
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5-63 (11) Commander of Texas to J. de Arredondo, 2/10/1817, (12) Report on rebel movements at Galveston, 2/27/1817, (13) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arredondo, 7/24/1817, (14) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arredondo, 7/31/1817, (15) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arredondo, 8/6/1817, (16) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arredondo, 8/6/1817, (17) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arrendondo, 8/21/1817, (18) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arrendondo, 9/3/1817, (19) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arrendondo, 9/18/1817, (20) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arrendondo, 9/30/1817.
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5-64 (21) Antonio Martinez to J. de Arrendondo, 12/28/1817, (22) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, (incomplete, undated), (23) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 3/26/1818, (24) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 5/7/1818, (25) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 5/19/1818, (26) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 7/7/1818, (27) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 8/6/1818, (28) Apodaca to the Governor of Texas, 8/13/1818, (29) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 9/16/1818, (30) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 9/16/1818.
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5-65 (31) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 9/22/1819, (32) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 9/27/1819, (33) Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy, 9/27/1819, (34) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 10/6/1819, (35) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 10/13/1819, (36) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 10/20/1819, (37) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 11/13/1819, (38) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 11/13/1819, (39) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 11/12/1819, (40) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 11/13/1819.
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5-66 (41) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 12/24/1819, (42) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 2/17/1820, (43) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 2/18/1820, (44) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 5/22/1820, (45) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 5/31/1820, (46) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 6/21/1820, (47) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 6/23/1820, (48) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 7/5/1820, (49) A. Martinez to the Viceroy, 7/23/1820, (incomplete), (50) J. B. Casenave to A. Chonquien, 7/20/1824.
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5-67 (51) Jose Vicente Cordova to Juan Sequin, 7/29/1824, (52) List of donations toward the establishment of a school, 1825, (53) Examination of Candace Metcalf, 12/28/1826, (54) List of rebels siezing property of James Gaines, 6/12/1827, (55) Jose Antonio Saucedo to Alcalde of Nacogdoches, 6/28/1827, (56) Encarnacion Chirino to, 8/6/1827, (57) Alcalde of Nacogdoches to Political Chief of Texas, 10/2/1827, (58) Alcalde of Nacogdoches to Political Chief of Texas, 10/15/1827, (59) Jose Antonio Saucedo to Alcalde of Nacogdoches, 10/17/1827, (60) Incomplete correspondence to Samuel Norris, 11/13/1827.
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5-68 (61) Memorandum of debt (no signature), 12/15/1827, (62) J. M. Mora and L. Dubois to Ramon Musquiz, 2/17/1828, (63) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 5/26/1828, (64) List of Marriages, 6/3/1828, (65) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 6/9/1828, (66) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 6/9/1828, (67) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 6/10/1828, (68) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 7/21/1828, (69) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 7/21/1828, (70) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 7/22/1828.
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5-69 (71) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 8/18/1828, (72) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 9/2/1828, (73) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 9/15/1828, (74) J. M. Mora to Political Chief, 11/25/1828, (75) List of Births, Marriages, Deaths in Coahuila, 3/31/1828, (76) Ramon Musquiz to J. M. Mora, 3/4/1829, (77) Jose I. Ybarbo to Political Chief of Texas, 3/17/1829, (78) Assumption of custody of slave, Sheriff John leFitt, 6/8/1829, (79) the election of Miguel Arciniga as Inspector of Civil Militia, 8/1/1829, (80) Report on the state of local militia, by Nathaniel Norris, 8/4/1829.
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5-70 (81) Nacogdoches Census and Statistics, 5/24/1829, (82) Judgement of John Durst, 2/1/1830, (83) J. Antonio Padilla to Manuel de los Santos Cay, 5/8/1830, (84) Vicente Cordova to Political Chief of Bexar, 5/1830, (85) M. S. Cay to Political Chief of Bexar, 2/15/1831, (86) Judgment, William Gayens vs. John Blair, 4/21/1831, (87) Judgment John Sutherland vs. James Grant, 8/23/1831, (88) Manuel de los Santos Cay to Political Chief of Bexar, 10/11/1831, (89) Manuel de los Santos Cay to Political Chief of Bexar, 10/25/1831, (90) Manuel de los Santos Cay to Political Chief of Bexar, 12/6/1831.
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5-71 (91) Account of sale of slave of John Beey to Peter Bean, 12/22/1831, (92) Jose A. de la Garza to Alcalde of Nacogdoches, 2/6/1832, (93) Encarnacion Chirino to Jose Antonio de la Garza, 2/14/1832, (94) Encarnacion Chirino to Jose Antonio de la Garza, 2/28/1832, (95) J. A. de la Garza to Alcalde of Nacogdoches, 3/27/1832, (96) Jose de las Piedran to Alcalde of Nacogdoches, 4/25/1832, (97) Encarnacion Chirino to Ramon Musquiz, 6/19/1832, (98) Judgment, John Durst for G. W. Smyth vs. M. B. Bernard, 12/28/1832, (99) Ramon Musquiz to Alcalde of Nacogdoches, 2/19/1833, (100) Judgment, William Gayena vs. Joseph Rogers, 2/5/1834.
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5-72 (101) Juan Seguin to Alcalde of Nacogdoches, 2/13/1834, (102) J. Anton's Padilla to Political Chief of Nacogdoches, 7/9/1834, (103) Juan Seguin to Citizen Judge of the first Instance of Nacogdoches, 7/24/1834, (104) Judgment, Vital Flores vs. Peter Furkenite, 8/5/1834, (105) A. Hotchkiss to Governor of Texas, 3/2/1835.
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5-73 B. M. Reid, Lufkin, Tx., 5/19/46; Stuart McGregor, Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tx., 6/12/46; E. H. Sellards, Texas Memorial Museum, Austin, Tx., 7/2/46; B. M. Reid, Lufkin, Tx., 7/27/46; Howard M. Smith, Hyattsville, Md., 9/10/46.
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5-74 M. M. Quaiffe, Detroit, Mich., 6/14/44, enclosed: list of territorial papers of the US; H. C. Gray, Indianapolis, Ind., 7/18/44.
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5-75 County Board of Land Commission Returns, approximately 1838.
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5-76 Abstract of Land Claims, 2/11/1852.
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5-77 List of Companies of Texas army, their commanders, and place of organization.
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5-78 List of men captured at Bexar by Gen. Woll, 9/11/1842.
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5-79 Geographical list of headrights-Sabine County.
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5-80 Names in county archives inventories, Wilson County Preface.
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5-81 List of Texas counties, dates of creation and organization.
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5-82 Bascom Giles, General Land Office, Austin, Tx., 5/15/46; S. E. Asbury to R. M. Stene, Highway Department, Austin, Texas, 6/14/46; Bascom Giles, General Land Office, Austin, Tx., 5/22/46; P. I. Nixon, San Antonio, Tx., 6/25/46; Stuart McGregor, Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tx., 6/25/46; R. M. Stene, Texas Highway Department, Austin, Tx., 6/25/46; Index to Probate Cases in Texas, 10/9/1850-7/28/39; Dates to Indexes to Probate Cases; Classification of Importance of Maps Inventories of County Archives Texas; Classification of Importance of Maps IndexesProbate Cases in Texas; Dates, Inventory of Colonial Archives.
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5-83 Miscellaneous biographical notes on John McNeel, Edward St. John Hawkins, George Collinsworth, and James Dellet.
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5-84 Photostat of The Ariel-Extra, 10/9/1827, and account of the Maddox-Wells duel.
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5-85 An account of the life of Louis Rose, written by R. B. Blake.
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5-86 An account of Mr. Diggs of Fort Elliot, Texas; written by Mrs. J. M Porter.
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5-87 Index to Amos Pillard File.
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5-88 Letter from R. B. Blake on Sabine Crossing and King's Highway.
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5-89 Mabel F. Selkirk, Blessing, Tx., 10/1/37; R. L. Jackson, New London, Tx., 4/29/38; E. W. Winkler, University of Texas, Austin, Tx., 5/7/41; S. W. Geiser, Dallas, Tx., 5/13/41; S. W. Geiser, Dallas, Tx., 5/15/41; Mrs. Lois F. Blount, Nacogdoches, Tx., 2/19/44.
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5-90 Correspondence from the Texas State Historical Association, 1919-1943, includes articles on Dr. Alexander Dienst.
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5-91 Correspondence from Southern Methodist University, Southwest Review 1929-1941.



 

Series 4. Miscellaneous Writings by Asbury.

Contains assignments written for English classes at Harvard; various poems, short stories, essays, and plays written by Asbury; newspaper articles on Asbury; correspondence concerning the Farmer's Short Course, Music and drama, miscellaneous history, miscellaneous poetry, and roses; miscellaneous notes on his rose gardens; articles on rose experiments.
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5-92 "The Texas Nativist: 1914-1915," published by S. E. Asbury.
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5-93 Proposed constitutional bylaws of the "College Station Society for Encouraging the Arts in Texas."
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5-94 Sketch of "Proposals for Celebrating the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Texas Revolution."
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5-95 "A Texas Century Ritual in 1936," by S. E. Asbury.
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5-96 Draft of "Provincial Art Rituals for Texas."
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5-97 First draft, "A drama Ritual for Texas."
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5-98 Correspondence concerning "A Drama Ritual for Texas," 1929.
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5-99 Address discussing the Texas State Historical Association.
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5-100 Address, "The Two Revolutions."
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5-101 "Reconstruction in Brazoria County."
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5-102 "Texas Weather and Texas History."
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5-103 An account, "Gold Digging Along the Brazos."
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5-104 A Discussion of "The San Jacinto Campaign."
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5-105 "The McNeels of Brazoria County."
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5-106 "The Amateur Historian."
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6-1 "Objectives in Taking this Work..." October, 6, 1908; "Ah Well, the Beautiful, Who Saw the Beautiful" October 8, 1908; "The Greatest Question..." October 8, 1908; "Lines on Hearing a Great People Called Dagos" October 10, 1908; "Mrs. Sh___fbrey Word" October 13, 1908; "Comment on the Story Read" October 16, 1908; "First Impressions of Symphony Shall" October 17, 1908; "The Second Story I did not Hear..." October 19, 1908; "Of Spirit Over Flesh" October 22, 1908; "The First Poem Read" October 22, 1908; "Aspiration" October 24, 1908; "The Indian Summer Idyll" October 29, 1908; "Retrospect" October 31, 1908.
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6-2 "Discussion of the Story" November 3, 1908; "On the Story Read" November 5, 1908; "The Philistinism" November 5, 1908; "The Concert for Chamber Music" November 7, 1908; "The Child Story" November 11, 1908; "Mr. Savage's Story" November 12, 1908; "Music at Harvard" November 14, 1908; "Mr. Claff's Essay" November 17, 1908; "Mr. Hood's Story" November 19, 1908; "Major Rat" November 19, 1908; "Major Rat" first draft; "Consideration on the National Elections" November 21, 1908; "Mr. Heabair's Story, and the Other Story Also" November 24, 1908; "Old Familiar Faces" November 28, 1908.
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6-3 "The Story Read" December 1, 1908; "Metrical Numismatics" December 3, 1908; "The Bibber" December 5, 1908; "Mr. Carb's Story" December 8, 1908; "On Stories Read by the Instructor" December 12, 1908; "The Story Read" December 15, 1908; "A Sonnet Sequence" December 17, 1908; "Mr. Hancock's Essay" December 17, 1908; "A Course in Imitative Prose Composition" December 19, 1908.
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6-4 "Winds on the Harp" January 7, 1909; "Winds on the Harp" first draft; "On Verse Read in English 5" January 7, 1909; "The Enriched Personality" January 10, 1909; "On Another Subject Than That Assigned" January 12, 1909; "Mr. Maxfield's Story" January 14, 1909; "The Impact of Harvard" January 16, 1909; "Mr. Claff's Reference to the "Gold Coast"" January 19, 1909; "On Harvard Individualism" January 21, 1909; "On Happiness" January 23, 1909.
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6-5 "Walter Porter, His Character and His Environment" February 18, 1909, "Walter Porter, His Character and His Environment," first draft; "A Point Suggested by Mr. Hunt's Paper" February 20, 1909; "On "Salt" and "Follow"" February 23, 1909; "Entreaty" February 27, 1909.
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6-6 "In lieu of Comment on Mr. Follett's Story" March 2, 1909; "Charlatans" March 3, 1909; "Three Views of the Nature of Things" March 4, 1909; "On Extermination" March 5, 1909; "President Eliot and the Irish" March 9, 1909; "The Cambridge School Children" March 13, 1909; "Mr. Claff's Essay" March 18, 1909; "Walter Porter in Gore Hall" March 18, 1909; "Walter Porter in Gore Hall," first draft; "Directions for Two Lectures on Prose Style" March 20, 1909; "Mr. Hood's Poem' March 23, 1909; `The Burlesque" March 25, 1909; "On Pessimism" March 28, 1909; "The Refrain" March 30, 1909.
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6-7 "My Reading in Porter" April 1, 1909; "My Reading in Porter," first draft; "The Study of Porter" April 6, 1909; "Mr. Shannon's Story" April 6, 1909; "It Was As If --" April 6, 1909; "Mr. Long's Quotation from Hardy" April 8, 1909; "Political Reconstruction" April 10, 1909; "Triangular Debating for Harvard" April 16, 1909; "Triangular Debating for Harvard," first draft; "Modernity" April 18, 1909; "Mr. Winter and "Salvation Hell"" April 27, 1909.
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6-8 "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came" May 5, 1909; Letter to Dean Briggs, May 8, 1909; "My Standards" May 8, 1909; "A Story, and Its Application" May 11, 1909; "Mr. Long's Comment" May 13, 1909; "My Year's Work in English 5, the Long Themes" May 15, 1909; "Three Themes Against Two Chances" May 18, 1909; "A Last Word on Porter" May 20, 1909; "A Last Word on Porter," first draft; "The Dramatic Club's Program" May 20, 1909; "George Meredith" May 22, 1909; "English and Chemistry" May 25, 1909; "Impersonality in Writing" May 28, 1909.
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6-9 "Scholar's Books" June 1, 1909; "English and Chemistry (Continued)" June 3, 1909.
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6-10 "Note to Instructor"; "Wearing to the Spirit"; "Mr. Claff's Essay"; "Note to Dean Briggs"; "Walter Porter's Cosmos," first draft; "Arcadia to Order," first draft, "Nature and the Humanists," first draft; "English at Harvard in 1920," first draft.
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6-11 Study of alliteration in Tennyson's "The Princess," and "The Holy Grail."
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6-12 Study of English hexameters.
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6-13 Study of rhyme in "Endymion,""Don Juan," and "Castle of Indolence."
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6-14 Miscellaneous working papers.
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6-15 Notes for the play, "The Moral of Nature."
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6-16 Play, "The Newcomers."
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6-17 "The Farmer's Circus."
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6-18 "The Complete Works of the Thirteen Club."
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6-19 Notes for the "Thirteen Club."
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6-20 "The Ideal Society."
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6-21 First prose draft of Prologue.
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6-22 Outline of the speech, "Composition for the Millions."
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6-23 Speech, "Composition for the Millions."
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6-24 "All America, All for a Thousand Years."
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6-25 "Exelsior."
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6-26 Poem, "The Sunset."
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6-27 Poem, "Lead Pencil Sonnets on One of the South Mountains."
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6-28 Poem, "Bryan."
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6-29 Poem, "To Jofan."
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6-30 Poem, "After All These Years."
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6-31 Poem, "Midst Widows and Orphan's Tears."
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6-32 Poem, "The Leazar Buck."
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6-33 "What in Poetry?: A Symposium."
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6-34 "A Metrical Analysis of Swinebrune's `Hesperia'."
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6-35 "Music as a Means of Historical Research."
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6-36 "Democratized Art."
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6-37 Remarks to the Pianists Club.
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6-38 "Naive Music."
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6-39 Photostat of "The Head of Medusa" by Rienzi.
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6-40 Newspaper articles on Tschaikowsky's concerts in the US in . 1891
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6-41 Articles on Asbury: "The "Nativist Texas"...,"The Evening Post: New York, 3/13/20; "A Texas Opera,"The Dallasite, 10/12/29; "2 Views of Texas Pioneer Life,"Fort Worth Star Telegram, 1925; "The Professor Says It Stranger,"Fort Worth Star Telegram, 1925; ""Doctor Asbury".... by TAES... " 1942; "Asbury Returns to Part Time for Age,"TAES newsletter, 9/15/43; "Sketch of the Week," 3/21/46; "Whitewashers of History Looked Down on as Trash by Lover of Truth", undated; "Retired Chemist Working on Cycle of Music Drama,"Houston Post, undated; "Doc Lives Alone But Not Lonely,"Bryan Eagle, undated; "Doc to Finish Opera in 2059,"Houston Chronicle, undated.
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6-42 Miscellaneous poetry written by friends of Asbury.
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6-43 Correspondence concerning the Farmers Short Course at Texas A & M, 1930-1931
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6-44 Correspondence concerning music and drama, 1914-1925
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6-45 Miscellaneous history correspondence, 1931-1943
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6-46 Correspondence concerning roses, 1934-1936
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6-47 Correspondence concerning roses, 1937-1942
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6-48 Miscellaneous notes on rose garden.
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6-49 Articles on rose experiments.



 

Series 5. Family Correspondence, 1915-1959 and undated

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6-50 Family correspondence, 1915-1917
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6-51 Family correspondence, 1918
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6-52 Family correspondence, 1919
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6-53 Family correspondence, . 1920
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6-54 Family correspondence, 1921
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6-55 Family correspondence, 1922
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6-56 Family correspondence, 1923
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6-57 Family correspondence, 1924
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6-58 Family correspondence, 1925
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6-59 Family correspondence, 1926
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6-60 Family correspondence, 1927
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6-61 Family correspondence, 1928
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6-62 Family correspondence, 1930
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6-63 Family correspondence, 1931
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6-64 Family correspondence, 1932
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6-65 Family correspondence, 1933
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6-66 Family correspondence, 1934
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6-67 Family correspondence, 1935
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6-68 Family correspondence, 1936
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6-69 Family correspondence, 1937
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6-70 Family correspondence, 1938
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6-71 Family correspondence, 1939
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6-72 Family correspondence, 1940
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6-73 Family correspondence, 1941
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6-74 Family correspondence, 1942
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6-75 Family correspondence, 1943
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6-76 Family correspondence, 1944
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6-77 Family correspondence, 1945
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6-78 Family correspondence, 1946
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6-79 Family correspondence, 1952-1956
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6-80 Family correspondence, 1957-1959
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6-81 Family correspondence, undated.



 

Series 6. General Correspondence, 1907-1960 and undated

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7-1 General correspondence, 1907-1915
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7-2 General correspondence, 1916-1920
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7-3 General correspondence, 1921-1925
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7-4 General correspondence, 1926-1930
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7-5 General correspondence, 1931-1935
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7-6 General correspondence, 1936-1940
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7-7 General correspondence, 1941-1945
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7-8 General correspondence, 1946-1950
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7-9 General correspondence, 1951-1955
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7-10 General correspondence, 1956-1960
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7-11 General correspondence, undated.



 

Series 7. Photographs

Photographs of the Asbury family, S. E. Asbury, North Carolina A&M College, North Carolina friends, and Jonas Harrison; and notes on Asbury's composition house.
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7-12 Asbury family photographs.
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7-13 Asbury family photographs.
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7-14 Asbury family photographs.
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7-15 Photographs of Samuel E. Asbury.
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7-16 Photographs of North Carolina A&M College.
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7-17 Photographs of North Carolina friends.
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7-18 Jonas Harrison photographs.
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7-19 Notes and drawings of Asbury's composition house.



 

Series 8. Goliad Files.

Contains L. W. Kemp's Goliad Personnel Files Counties. (7 notebooks)
Notebook 1: A-B
Notebook 2: C-D
Notebook 3: E-F
Notebook 4: G-H
Notebook 5: I-L
Notebook 6: P-R
Notebook 7: V-Z



 

Series 9. Texas Soil Surveys.

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8-1 Waco Area, 1905-06; Henderson County, Tx., Series 1923; Cameron County, Series 1923.
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8-2 Hidalgo County, Series 1925; Nacogdoches County, Series 1925; Willacy County, Series 1926.
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8-3 Navarro County, Series 1926; Victoria County, Series 1927; Van Zandt County, Series 1928.
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8-4 Trans-Pecos Area, Series 1928; Frio County, Series 1929; Potter County, Series 1929.
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8-5 Galveston County, Series 1930; Collin County, Series 1930; Scurry County, Series 1931.
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8-6 Bee County, Series 1932; Falls County, Series 1932; Wheeler County, Series 1932.
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8-7 Cass County, Series, 1933; Williamson County, Series 1934, Hunt County, Series 1934.
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8-8 Zavala County, Series 1934; Kaufman County, Series 1936, Dimmit County, Series 1938.