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Overview

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Dedication of the Archives and Library Building

Mural

Records Center

Texas State Library history

Texas State Library divisions and personnel

Texas State Library bookmobile

Meetings

Texas libraries

AASLH awards

State Archives and Library Building

Miscellaneous materials

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Publications Office:

An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1909-1979 (bulk ca. 1960-1979)



Overview

Creator: Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Publications Office.
Title: Records
Dates: 1909-1979
Dates: (bulk ca. 1960-1979)
Abstract: These materials consist primarily of photographs of events, localities, and individuals taken for publication in Texas Libraries, a quarterly publication of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (until 1979, the Texas State Library and Historical Commission); the Commission's Biennial Report; and possibly other publications. Negatives, slides, and textual materials are also present. These materials were gathered by Millicent Huff, Publications Officer, and cover the years 1909-1979, bulk from ca. 1960 to 1979. Photographs relating to State Library events were primarily taken by either Millicent Huff or Bill Malone, a photographer on state contract. Other images were sent to the Library from other Texas libraries for the most part. Topics and events covered are the dedication of the State Archives and Library Building in 1962, the work of Peter Hurd and Peter Rogers (including original correspondence with the artist and early sketches) on the mural in the lobby of the same building, the construction of and moving to the Records Center of the State Library, bookmobile demonstrations, State Library history, American Association for State and Local History awards, and library meetings. The photos of the divisions of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission show equipment, personnel at work, reference areas, other interior building shots, and documents and artifacts of the Library. Photos of libraries from around the state are present.
Quantity: 3 cubic ft.
Language English.

Scope and Contents of the Records

These are the files of the Publications Office of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (from 1909 to 1979, the Texas State Library and Historical Commission). Materials were gathered by Millicent Huff, Publications Officer, and cover the years 1909-ca. 1979, generally from 1960 to 1979. This collection consists primarily of photographs of events, localities, and individuals taken for publication in Texas Libraries, a quarterly publication of the Library and Archives Commission; the Commission's Biennial Report; and possibly other publications. Negatives, slides, and textual materials are also present. The photographs are largely black and white and range in size from 3-by-5 snapshots to 8-by-10 glossies. Photographs relating to the State Library events were generally taken by either Millicent Huff or Bill Malone, a photographer on state contract. Other images were sent to the library from, for the most part, other Texas libraries.

Topics and events covered in these records are the dedication of the State Archives and Library Building in 1962, work by Peter Hurd and Peter Rogers (including original correspondence with the artist and early sketches) on the mural in the lobby of the same building, construction of and moving to the Records Center, the State Library bookmobile demonstrations, State Library history, American Association of State and Local History (AASLH) awards, and library meetings, such as the Governors Conferences on Libraries. The photos of the divisions of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission show equipment, personnel at work, reference areas, other interior building shots, and documents and artifacts of the Library. Many of the materials are grouped by subject. Those items not categorized as such are loosely arranged into groups--people, events, places. Also present are photos of libraries from around the state.

To prepare this preliminary inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Organization of the Records

These records are organized into 11 series:
Dedication of the Archives and Library Building
Mural
Records Center
Texas State Library history
Texas State Library divisions and personnel
Texas State Library bookmobile
Meetings re: libraries
  • Library and Historical Commission meetings
  • Other meetings
Texas libraries
AASLH awards
State Archives and Library Building
Miscellaneous materials
  • People
  • Events
  • Places
  • Other

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None.

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic material.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Malone, Bill, 1924-
Huff, Millicent.
Subjects:
Texas State Library--History.
Texas State Library--Buildings.
Texas State Library--Photographs.
State libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Archive buildings--Texas--Austin.
Library buildings--Texas--Austin.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--1909-1979.
Negatives--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Correspondence--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Functions:
Documenting libraries.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Records, 1857-1979, 40 linear ft.
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Archives and Information Services Division, Records, 1924, 1940-1998 (bulk 1969-1994), 2 cubic ft.
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Executive Office, Director and Librarian's records, 1939-1999 (bulk 1962-1995), 39.56 cubic ft.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Records, Publications Office, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1989/029

These records were transferred from the Publications Office, Administrative Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission, to the Archives Division on November 4, 1988.

Processing Information

Laura K. Saegert, September 1989

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Dedication of the Archives and Library Building

This building was dedicated in April 1962. The files contain correspondence, invitations, programs, and photographs of the groundbreaking and dedication ceremony.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Malone, Bill, 1924-
Subjects:
Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building (Austin, Tex.)
Texas State Library--Buildings.
Archive buildings--Texas--Austin.
Library buildings--Texas--Austin.
State libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1962.
Correspondence--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1962.
Programs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1962.
box folder
1989/029-1 1. Groundbreaking for Archives and Library Building
2. Dedication, invitations and programs
3. Invitation and program samples
4. Dedication letters (invitations)
5. Invitation list (complete)
6. Dedication [correspondence]
7. Dedication information
8. Dedication-Galveston-completed programs
9. Dedication-program
10. Dedication, photograph of ribbon-cutting ceremony
11. Dedication, photographs of ceremony

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Mural

The mural is located in the lobby of the Archives and Library Building. Initial background work on the project was begun by Peter Hurd. Early on, Hurd's son-in-law, Peter Rogers, took over responsibility for the work, including creation of the original design and painting of the mural. Files contain original correspondence with the artist, sketches, and photographs of the mural--both work in progress views and those of the completed mural. Additional mural correspondence can be found in the correspondence files of the Library and Archives Commission.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Hurd, Peter 1904-
Rogers, Peter.
Subjects:
Texas History Mural (Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building, Austin, Tex.)--Photographs.
Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building (Austin, Tex.)
Archive buildings--Texas--Austin.
Library buildings--Texas--Austin.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1962-1964.
Correspondence--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1962-1964.
Sketches--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1962-1964.
Clippings--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1962-1964.
box folder
1989/029-1 12. Mural and portrait studies [correspondence, sketches]
13. Photos of mural in progress
14. Photos of completed mural
15. Color prints of mural and copy of description

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Records Center

Photographs documenting the construction of the present Records Center, built in 1971, and moving of materials into the new building.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Records Center (Austin, Tex.)--Photographs.
Texas State Library--Buildings.
Library buildings--Texas--Austin.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1971.
box folder
1989/029-1 16. Notebook of photographs showing construction, old building, and moving of materials
17. Folder of duplicates of most of the photos in the notebook

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Texas State Library history

Photographs of the State Library before its move into the present building. Includes shots of the 1909, 1924, and 1946 Library as it existed in the State Capitol, and the presentation of land for the Sam Houston Regional Depository. Also present, in the folder labeled "State Library History," are photographs and text about R.R. Smith.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Smith, Ralph Roy.
Subjects:
Texas State Library--Photographs.
Texas State Library--History.
State libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--1909, 1924, 1946, 1970.
Negatives--Texas--Libraries--1909, 1924, 1946, 1970.
box
1989/029-1 In wallet titled "State Library History":
18. Texas State Library, 2nd floor of Capitol 1909,
19. Texas State Library in 1909 and 1924
20. Texas State Library, 1946
21. Presentation of land for Sam Houston Regional Depository
22. R.R. Smith

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Texas State Library divisions and personnel

Photographs of personnel, equipment, offices, reference rooms, and other scenes that document the activities of the various Divisions of the State Library. Many of these shots were taken for the Library's Biennial Report. Also present are photographs of artifacts and documents belonging to the Archives Division. Some folders contain photocopies of the photographs.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Malone, Bill, 1924-
Huff, Millicent.
Subjects:
Travis, William Barret, 1809-1836. Letter--1836 Feb. 24--Photographs.
Texas State Library--Officials and employees--Photographs.
State libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Negatives--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Archives Division
box folder
1989/029-1 23-25. Photographs
26. Negatives
27. Publications of the Archives Division
28. Photos of the original Travis letter
29. Texas Declaration of Independence Display Case
30. Photos and negatives of documents and artifacts belonging to the Archives
Division for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (DBPH)
box folder
1989/029-1 31. Blind Services Division, photographs
32. DBPH, snapshots and negatives
33. DBPH, photographs
Field Services Division (see also negatives filed with Reference Division)
box folder
1989/029-1 34. Photographs
35. Snapshots and negatives
Legislative Reference
box folder
1989/029-1 36. Photographs and negatives
37. Photographs
Main or Administrative Division
box folder
1989/029-1 38. Main Division, photographs and negatives
39. Main or Administrative Division, photographs and negatives
Personnel Division
box folder
1989/029-1 40. Photograph
Records Division
box folder
1989/029-1 41. Photographs and negatives (includes shots of old building)
42. Photographs
Reference Division
box folder
1989/029-1 43. Photographs
44. Photographs and negatives
45. Reference (include Genealogy)
46. Reference Division and Field Division Personnel, negatives
Rural Division
box folder
1989/029-1 47. Photographs and negatives
Technical Services
box folder
1989/029-1 48. Photograph
49. Technical services and related activities, photographs and negatives
Stacks
box folder
1989/029-1 50. [Photocopy only]
box folder
1989/029-2 1. Snapshots of Division Directors, State Librarian, Commission members and other, late 1960s - early 1970s
2. Personnel from various divisions, photographs
3. Negatives

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Texas State Library bookmobile

Photographs and negatives documenting the functioning of the State Library's bookmobile. Dedications, meetings, and demonstrations, seemingly from the early 1960s, are covered.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Texas State Library.
Bookmobiles--Texas.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Bookmobiles--ca. 1960-1965.
Negatives--Texas--Bookmobiles--ca. 1960-1965.
box folder
1989/029-2 4. Dedications and meetings
5. Demonstrations

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Meetings

Photographs and negatives documenting the State Library and Historical Commission meetings, Texas Library Association (TLA) meetings, Governors Conferences on Libraries, other meetings, and library related workshops.
Organization
These records are organized into two series:
Library and Historical Commission meetings
Other meetings
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Malone, Bill, 1924-
Subjects:
Texas State Library--Photographs.
Texas Library Association--Photographs.
Governor's Conference on Libraries (1st : 1966 : Austin, Tex.)--Photographs.
Governor's Conference on Libraries (2nd : 1974 : Austin, Tex.)
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Negatives--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Library and Historical Commission meetings
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronological order.
box folder
1989/029-2 6. Winter meeting, 1969
7. Meeting, May 24, 1969
8. October 27, 1969,
[negatives only]
9. Commission visits TSL, late 1960s - early 1970s
10. 1974
Other meetings
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronological order.
box folder
1989/029-2 11. Library workshop, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays Counties Dec. 13, 1962,
12. TLA Dallas meeting displays, March 1963
13. Western States Library Conference, 1964,
[negatives only]
14-15. Governor's Conference on Libraries, 1966
16. Archival Symposium, 1967
17. Buildings Institute, 1967
18. TLA convention, San Antonio, 1968
19. Buildings Institute, 1968
20. Field Services Division, Librarians and Educators Discuss Syllabi for Tex-Tec Project, negatives only July 22, 1968,
21. M.R.C. meeting, Texas State Library, May 1969
22. TLA Task Force Meeting, Downtowner Motel, May 1969 (?)
23. TLA convention, Houston, 1969
24. Buildings Institute, 1969
25. Library Systems Act Advisory Board, First meeting, Spring, 1970
26. Mexican - American workshop, 1970
27. TLA, 1971, and undated
28. M.R.C. Directors meeting, 1972
29. LSCA meeting, 1973
30. Governor's Conference on Libraries, 1974
31. Systems Study, 1975
32-33. Texas Conference on Libraries, 1978
34. Meeting of Big City Librarians, April 6 (?),
[negative only]
35. Library Systems Act Advisory Board meeting, n.d.
36. Library Development workshop, undated
37. Texas State Library Directors meeting, undated,
[negatives only]
38. Unidentified meeting shots

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Texas libraries

Views of various public, university, college, and religious libraries throughout the state. Some shots show activities such as library dedications or children's story hours, while most photographs are views of exterior and interior shots of the library. Two sets of files, one preceded by an index to folders in its group. Both groups are arranged by location of the library.
Organization
These records are organized into two groups:
Group 1
Group 2
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Public libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Negatives--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
Group 1
Arrangement
These records are arranged by location of the library.
box folder
1989/029-2 39. Index
40. Abilene Public Library
41. Alice Public Library
42. Alvin Public Library
43. Austin Public Library
44. Beaumont - Tyrrell Public Library
45. Bellaire City Library
46. Big Spring - Howard Country Free Library
47. Borger - Hutchinson County Library
48. Bryan Public Library
49. Center - Shelby County Memorial Library
50. Comfort Public Library
51. Commerce - East Texas State University
52. Conroe - Montgomery County Library
53. Corsicana Carnegie Public Library
54. Corpus Christi - La Retama Public Library
55. Dallas Public Library
56. Denison Public Library
57. Dumas - Kilgore Memorial Library
58. Fredericksburg - Pioneer Memorial Library
59. Floydada - Floyd County Library
60. Gladewater Public Library
61. Houston Public Library
62. University of Houston
63. Jasper - Jasper Public Library
64. Kerrville Kerr Memorial Library
65. Kilgore Public Library
66. Kirbyville - Kirbyville Public Library
67. Levelland - Hockley County Library
68. Mansfield - Mansfield Memorial Library
69. Marshall Public Library
70. Monahans - Ward County Library
71. Orange - Orange Public Library
72. Palacios Library, Inc.
73. Pampa - Lovett Memorial Library
74. Port Arthur - Gates Memorial Library
75. Rockdale Public Library
76. San Antonio Public Library
77. Sanderson - Terrell County Library
78. Seguin Public Library
79. Shepherd Public Library - San Jacinto County
80. Silsbee Public Library
81. Texas City - Moore Memorial Library
82. Texas State Library
83. Waco
84. Wichita Falls - Kemp Public Library
Group 2
Arrangement
These records are arranged by location of the library.
box folder
1989/029-2 85. Abilene - Abilene Christian College Library, Abilene Public Library
86. Alpine - Sul Ross State University Library; Angleton - Brazoria County Library
87. Amarillo Public Library, Amarillo College Library
88. Arlington Public Library
89. Austin - Austin Public Library
90. Austin - Catholic Archives
91. Austin - Church Historical Society - the National Archives of the Episcopal Church
92. Austin - University of Texas libraries
93. Baytown Public Library
93. Beaumont Public Library
94. Big Spring - Howard County Public Library
95. Boerne Public Library
96. Bonham - Sam Rayburn Library
97. Brenham - Blinn College Library
97. Bryan - Texas A & M libraries
98. Camp Travis Library
99. Canyon - Panhandle Plains Historical Society; West Texas State University library
100. Chappell Hill Public Library (ruins of)
101. Colorado City - Mitchell County Public Library
102. Cooke County Public Library (location unknown)
103. Corpus Christi Public Library
104. Dallas Public Library
105. Dallas Public Library, Fine Arts Library and Modern City Institute
106. El Campo Public Library
107. El Paso - El Paso Public Library
108. El Paso - University of Texas at El Paso libraries
109. Fort Worth - Fort Worth Public Library, negatives only
110. Fort Worth - Texas Christian University Special Collections
111. Gainesville Public Library
112. Galveston - Moody Library (UT Galveston)
113. Galveston - Rosenberg Library
114. Houston - Houston Public Library
115. Houston - Houston Public Library, Central Park Branch
116. Houston - Houston Public Library, Park Place Branch
117. Houston - Houston Public Library, Looscan Branch
118. Houston - Houston Public Library, negatives only
119. Houston - University of Houston libraries
120. Kerrville, Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library
121. Kyle Public Library
122. Lampasas Public Library
123. Liberty - Sam Houston Library and Research Center
124. Lubbock - City-County Public Library
125. Lubbock - Texas Tech Libraries
126. North Richland Hills Public Library
126. Pasadena Public Library
126. Pittsburg - Camp County Public Library
box folder
1989/029-3 1. Richardson Public Library
2. Round Rock Public Library
3. San Antonio - Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
4. San Antonio - Institute of Texas Cultures
5. San Antonio - San Antonio Public Library,
6. San Antonio - San Antonio Public Library, Las Palmas Branch Library
7. San Antonio - San Antonio Public Library, Oakwell Branch Library
8. San Antonio - San Antonio Public Library, Pan American Branch Library
9. San Antonio - Trinity University Libraries
10. San Marcos Public Library
11. Texas City Public Library
12. Waco - Armstrong-Browning Library, Baylor University
13. Waco - McLennan County-Waco Library
14. Waxahachie Public Library
15. Weatherford Public Library
16. Wilson County Public Library
17. Windsor Library Dedication (location unknown)
18. Misc. libraries, location unknown
19. Misc. libraries, negatives of Abilene area and Kerrville area

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AASLH awards

Nominations, textual materials, and photographs of awards presented by the American Association of State and Local History for contributions in local and state history. These do not relate specifically to libraries but were maintained by Millicent Huff in her position as the State Chairperson of the State AASLH Chapter during the period these were presented--late 1960s - 1970s.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
American Association for State and Local History--Awards.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Awards--ca. 1967-1979.
box folder
1989/029-3 20. International Festival Institute at Round Top
21. Ed Leuckemeyer
22. Galveston Historical Foundation
23. Walter Tips House
24. Miss Ima Hogg

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State Archives and Library Building

Interior and exterior views of the building, including color internegatives of the seals found on the exterior of the building. Files contain photographs, negatives, internegatives, and color prints.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Malone, Bill, 1924-
Subjects:
Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building (Austin, Tex.)--Photographs.
Texas State Library--Buildings.
Seals (Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building, Austin, Tex.)
Archive buildings--Texas--Austin.
Library buildings--Texas--Austin.
State libraries--Texas--Photographs.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1977.
Negatives--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1977.
Color internegatives--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1977.
box folder
1989/029-3 25. Building exterior, early - mid 1960s
26. Exterior views, including flags, 1960s - early 1970s
27. Exterior views, color internegatives of seals, 1977
28. Exterior views, color photo and internegatives of building
29. Exterior views, color prints of building
30. Interior views, early - mid 1960s

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Miscellaneous materials

Miscellaneous images not fitting into previously described categories. Topics covered include presentations, signing of library-related legislation or other documents, views of individuals, and other shots.
Organization
These records are organized into four groups:
People
Events
Places
Other
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Texas State Library--Photographs.
Public buildings--Texas--Photographs.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Libraries--ca. 1960-1979.
People
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically.
box folder
1989/029-3 31. Mrs. Lillian Bradshaw, Director of Dallas Public Libraries
32. Miss Connerly
33. Governor Price Daniel
34. Winston Estes
35. Dr. Joe B. Frantz, Director, Texas State Historical Association
36. Anson Jones, October 19, 1962
37. Dr. Louis Marchiafava
38. Walter Moore
39. Chilton O'Brien
40. Richard O'Keefe
41. Cadwell Walter Raines
42. Sam Rayburn
43. Hobart Ebey Stocking
44. General Walter Williams
45. Dr. Dorman Winfrey
46. Dr. Winfrey and Wayne C. Grover
47. Ralph Yarbrough Appreciation Dinner
48. Photographs of librarians from other libraries
49. Misc. negatives of individuals
Events
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically.
box folder
1989/029-3 50. Andrews Elementary Students, National Book Week
51. Border Regional Library Awards, 1971
52. Capitols of Texas, presentation of book and paintings
53. El Campo Governor-for-a-Day, September 8, 1962
54. Encyclopedia Britannica, presented to State Library
55. Ceremony for Frontier Forts of Texas, Reference Division, September 29, 1966
56. Fred Head visits
57. Governor Connally presents A History of Rusk County, Texas, to Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, January 26, 1967
58. Governor Connally signs National Library Week in Texas Proclamation, April 1967
59. National Library Week
60. Dr. Winfrey, et al. examine papers of Charles B. Stewart, Texas' first Secretary of State, Spring 1967
61. Governor Smith signs Texas Library Systems Act into Law, March 20, 1969
62. Library Systems Act open hearing, September 1971
63. Dedication of Archives and Library Building Historical Marker, early 1970s
64. Texas State Library guests
65. Texas State Library snowstorm; Christmas in 1968 (negatives only)
66. Dr. Winfrey receives TEA “First Edition” of Texas History Mural Program, Spring 1969
67. Shots of Governors signing library-related documents
68. Awards, presentations, and possible donations
69. Unidentified events, negatives only
Places
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically.
box folder
1989/029-3 70. Dallas County Heritage Society, 1978
71. Howard House, Henderson, Texas, 1972
72. Railroad and Pioneer Museum (location unknown)
73. Square House Museum (location unknown)
74. Tarrant County Court House
75. Photos of several buildings and places, non-library related in most cases
76. Construction of unknown building
77. Filming scenes--color proof sheets and snapshots
Other
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically.
box folder
1989/029-3 78. The Summerfield G. Roberts Collection of Texas Hero Portraits, Dallas Historical Society, April 1961 - January 1962
79. Early map of Texas at Sam Houston Regional Depository
80. Photos of documents in other libraries
81. Unidentified shots
82. Misc. photos of printed materials
83-84. Newspaper clippings re: the State Library
85. Printed materials--Highway Department Building, D. C. Greer, and Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike
86. State Telephone Directory, 1961
87. Misc. printed materials

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