Tyrrell Historical Library, Beaumont Public Library System

Finding Aid for the Clinton Bill Glasgow, Jr., Collection, 1838-2001

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Glasgow, Clinton Bill, Jr., 1917-1995.
Title: Clinton Bill Glasgow Collection
Dates: 1838-2001
Abstract: This small collection includes fifty-six photographs of Dodge trucks sold by the Jackson Motor Company in Beaumont, Texas, with logos of local area businesses painted on them. Some of the businesses displayed on the trucks are for bakeries, coffee companies, feed companies, the fire department, florists, funeral homes, furniture companies, grocery stores, hardware stores, ice companies, lumber companies, newspaper companies, office suppliers, oil companies, plumbers, and tobacco companies during the time period from 1926 to 1939. Also included in this collection are six photographs of a Beaumont flood that occurred on the night of May 17, 1923, a photo album of Rebecca Marble's collected portraits, 1830-1890, Jefferson and Harris County legal papers, 1838-1943, and the papers of A. J. Tevis, Nancy Tevis Hutchinson, John W. Bergin, and V. Wiess..
Identification: AC-257
Extent: 4 boxes at approximately 1.94 cubic feet.
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Tyrrell Historical Library, Beaumont Public Libraries,  695 Pearl St,  Beaumont, TX 77701

Biographical Note

Clinton Bill Glasgow, Jr. (1917-1995), son of Clinton Bill Glasgow (1888-1949) and Flossie Fields Glasgow (1891-1974), was born January 8, 1917, in Jefferson County, Texas. Clinton Bill Glasgow, Sr., was born in Illinois and in 1900 was living with his widowed mother and siblings in Bee County, Texas. Ten years later, he and his mother had made their way to Port Arthur, Jefferson County, Texas, and at this time he was employed by a private family as a chauffeur at the age of 22. The Jefferson County, Texas, marriage index on microfilm lists the union of Clinton B. Glasgow and Miss Flossie M. Fields in 1913. In 1918, Glasgow, Sr., is listed in Morrison & Fourmy's Beaumont City Directory without his spouse or children, and in the 1920 United States Census, he and his spouse with two children are located in Beaumont on McFadden Avenue. At this time, Clinton B. Glasgow, Sr., was also employed by a private family as chauffeur. By 1927, Glasgow, Sr., gained employment with the Jackson Motor Company as a salesman, and later city directories list several companies for which he was employed as salesperson or manager.

C. Bill Glasgow, Jr., married Mary Anna, and is listed in the city directories as president of the Texas Storage Company of Beaumont, Texas, from 1950-1979. The Texas Storage Company was incorporated in 1922 with S. G. Epstein as president. Located at 656 Neches Street, they advertised crating, shipping, storage and packing for local and long distance moving. The 1927-1928 Beaumont city directory lists Orren Mathews as Texas Storage Company president. Then in 1950, Clinton B. Glasgow became its president with his wife, Mary Anna, as secretary-treasurer.

Scope and Content Note

This collection includes Civil War era papers and receipts, and items pertaining to Beaumonter Andrew J. Tevis' position(s) as Jefferson County Sheriff, Deputy U.S. Marshal, and Beaumont, Texas, Postmaster, including his attempt to collect payment from the United States Government after the end of the Civil War for mail he delivered in 1861. This collection includes some of the earliest legal papers and receipts produced in Jefferson and Harris County, Texas. It also includes vintage truck and bus photographs (1926-1939) of some of Beaumont's most prominent businesses.


Organization of Collection

This collection is organized into 9 series.
Legal Papers, Receipts, and Correspondence, 1838-1943
A.J. Tevis Papers, 1859-1963
Nancy Tevis Hutchinson Papers, 1839-1915
John W. Bergin Papers, 1846-1915
V. Wiess Papers, 1874-1891
Photographs, 1926-1939
Photograph Album Portraits, 1830-1890
Early 20th Century Magazines, 1907-1911
Newspapers, 1945-2001


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Index Terms

Personal Names
Beaumont, John A.
Bergin, O. M.
Gilbert, W. F.
Gould, Cora Elizabeth Tevis
Hutchinson, Nancy Tevis
Johnson, Cave
Langham, Thomas H.
O'Brien, George W.
Ogden, E. C.
Parker, William E.
Pevito, Joseph
Tevis, Andrew J.
Wiess, Valentine
A. W. & E. P. Clegg (Galveston, Tex.)
Ball, Hutchings & Company, Bankers (Galveston, Tex.)
Barker's Morning Glory Bread (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Beaumont Floral Company and Gift Shop (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Butter-Nut Bread (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Carter Lumber Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Coburn Company's Plumbing Repair (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Crystal Ice (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Dairy Maid Ice Cream (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Dorfman's Department Store (Jefferson County, Tex.)
E. Conway Broun Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
E. H. Cushing (Houston, Tex.)
Eastern Texas Electric Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Enterprise Company (Beaumont, Tex.)
George L. Porter Wholesale Grocer (Houston, Tex.)
Gulf Cigar & Tobacco Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Gulf States Utilities (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Hoo Hoo Club International (Beaumont, Tex.)
Humble Oil & Refining (Jefferson County, Tex.)
J. N. Taub & Sons (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Josey Miller Company Feeds (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Kidd-Russ Trunk & Bag Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Koch Flower Shop (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Liberty Bakery Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Longe's Coffee (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Lutch Stark Boys, Inc. (Orange, Tex.)
Mobil (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Moody & Jemison (Galveston, Tex.)
Nederland Bakery (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Orleans Dry Goods Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Parigi's Market Grocery (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Pierce Arrow Freight Line
Pipkin & Broulin Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Planters & Mechanics National Bank (Houston, Tex.)
Pure Products Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Purina Chows, Aronson Brothers Feed Department (Jefferson County, Tex.)
R. M. Thorpe & Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Rosenthals (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Royal Market & Grocery (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Ryder Furniture & Carpet Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Scharff Brother Flour (St. Louis, Mo.)
Standard Office Supply Company (Beaumont, Tex.)
T. S. Reed Grocery Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
T. W. House, Banker (Houston, Tex.)
Taylor Manufacturing Company (St. Louis, Mo.)
Texaco (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Texas Coffee Company Wholesale (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Tyrrell Hardware Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Ullman, Lewis & Company (Houston, Tex.)
Union City Transfer
Walker & Dean Commission Merchants (Galveston, Tex.)
Z. J. Bahlman Feed Company (Jefferson County, Tex.)
Archives - Jefferson County (Tex.) records
Buses - Eastern Texas Electric Company (Beaumont, Tex.)
Periodicals - The Delineator
Periodicals - McCall's Magazine
Petroleum - United States - Texas - Spindletop
Retail trade - Catalogs - National Cloak and Suit Company (New York, N.Y.)
Trucks - Business enterprises - Jefferson County (Tex.)
United States - History - 1861-1865, Civil War
World War, 1939-1945 - Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Beaumont (Tex.)
Galveston (Tex.)
Harris County (Tex.)
Houston (Tex.)
Jefferson County (Tex.)
Orange (Tex.)
St. Louis (Mo.)
Legal documents
Newspaper clippings
Postal cards
Photograph albums
Picture postcards

Related Material

AC-273, Jackson, Broocks, Osbourne Collection

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Item, Folder, Box, Clinton Bill Glasgow, Jr., Collection, 1838-2001, AC-257, Tyrrell Historical Library, Beaumont, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Mary Anna Glasgow.

Processing Information

Processed by Tyrrell Historical Library staff.

Finding aid revised and encoded by Tyrrell Historical Library staff, 2012 August.


No further accruals are expected.

Detailed Description of the Collection


Legal Papers, Receipts, and Correspondence, 1838-1943

Includes many Civil War era documents and receipts of Beaumonter Andrew J. Tevis. Also includes correspondence regarding judicial affairs in southeast Texas.
Box Folder
1 1 Warrants from Harrisburg (Houston), Republic of Texas, 1838 March
2 Election roll count, Whitmore vs. Herndon, undated
3 Handwritten log receipts concerning Frank Herring, undated
4 Handwritten receipts, 1858 December 15
5 The State of Texas vs. R. O. Beavers, 1860 December 21
6 Power of Attorney form (blank), 1860-1861
7 Receipts, Charles S. Holland to James Meyers, 1861 May 17
8 Correspondence, William Kelley to Mrs. E. Lewis, 1859 January 17
9 Receipt for services rendered as Petit Juror, Jefferson County, Texas, to Joseph Pevito, 1864 November 26
10 Election returns for Congressman George W. Whitmore vs. W. S. Herndon, 1871 October 3
11 Donation form, Hoo-hoo Imminent Distress Fund, produced by "The Supreme Nine", 1902 June 15
12 Receipt from American National Bank, Beaumont, Texas, 1906 January
13 Certificate of Marriage, Stewart H. Duffield and Maud A. Bergin, 1921 April 12
14 Correspondence (Nacogdoches, Tex.), I. H. Stan to Sheriff A. D. Ferris concerning a Mr. Hotchkiss, 1860 October 13
15 Printed materials of the United States Postal Service and Bryan Tyson, General Claim Agent, Washington, D.C., Form (filled), A. J. Tevis, Beaumont, Texas, with claims against the post office after the Civil War; Lawyer circular 1869,
16 Printed instructions of the United States Government, 1861, 1870
17 Receipt of services rendered for Grand Jury duty, John A. Beaumont to Joseph Pevito, 1863 May
18 Printed material, Union League of America, Grand President to members, 1871
19 Receipt to Estate of David Burrell and executors George Burrell and A. J. [Tevis], Beaumont, Texas, from the News Office, Houston, Texas, , for printing of executor's notice 1864
20 Correspondence, James P. Newborn, Texas Secretary of State, to Registrar of Jefferson County, Texas, 1871 August 21
21 Correspondence, Isaiah Junker, Beaumont, Texas, to Dr. I. S. Roberts, (possible reproduction). 1865 November 27
22 Tax receipts of Mrs. S. Bullock from Thomas H. Langham, Tax Collector, Beaumont, Texas, 1883 October 1; 1885 June 15
23 Tax receipt of N. F. & C. Gasner from Thomas H. Langham, Sheriff, Jefferson County, Texas, Envelope of O. M. Bergin, Houston, Texas, 1876 August 1; 1910 February 28
24 Correspondence, illegible, 1894
25 Land transaction, J. F. Palmer to F. M. Barker, 1868 August 29
26 Letter of resignation from the office of Registrar, undated
27 Divorce record, Julia Childs vs. Joseph Childs, 1860 June 16
28 Land deed, R. B. Edwards to Charles Ilfrey, 1869 July 12
29 Land title, Sabine Pass, William [Beynow] to N. S. Greenwood, 1870 October 22
30 Court document, W. F. Gilbert vs. Eliza Benger, et al., 1884 May 27
31 Land warranty deed (handwritten), John G. Pipkin to J. D. Bullock, 1868 May 9
32 Land warranty deed (handwritten), Eliza P. Clark and Thaddeus L. Clark, 1857 March 26
33 Field notes of the Charles Williams League, Charles Williams to Peter McAdams, James Ingalls surveyor, [possible reproduction]. 1869 January 2
34 General warranty deed, Anne Gunn to William M. Burch, 1850 November 5
35 Land title agreement (handwritten), J. E. Jirou to James D. Bullock, Hardin County, Texas; formerly Jefferson County, Texas, 1874 March 10
36 Correspondence, Orin O. Lane, District and County Clerk, Hardin County, Texas, to Miss Baldey [F.] Lightner, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1883 October 31
37 Envelopes addressed to early Beaumonters, V. Wiess, Ruth Wiess, and A. J. Tevis, Postal card membership application (blank), The House of Hoo-hoo; printed envelopes, S. O. Cotton & Bro., General Agents Lancashire Insurance Company, Houston, Texas 1903;
38 Tax receipts of O. D. Bullock, and Mrs. C. Bullock, 1877, 1882-1887
39 Court document, Estate of George Bryan (A. C. Crawford, Executor) vs. Cave Johnson and G. W. O'Brien, 1859
40 Correspondence, Orin O. Lane, District and County Clerk, Hardin County, Texas, to Miss Baldey [F.] Lightner, New Orleans, Louisiana, concerning claim of title to property, 1883 November 7
41 Court document, Estate of George W. [Offyan], A. C. Crawford, Executor, 1859
42 Document, invoice or price receipts for services performed, between W. Goodin and "The F. Smiths", 1866 August 24


A. J. Tevis Papers, 1859-1963

Box Folder
1 43 Correspondence, A. [Q.] to W. D. Herndon
44 Correspondence, partial letter questioning reputation of A. J. Tevis, undated
45 Correspodence, A. Pace to A. J. Tevis, undated
46 Receipt, J. K. Roberts to Andrew J. Tevis, 1859 June 30
47 Correspondence, Jack Davis to A. J. Tevis, 1859 December 18
48 Court document, order of M. H. Bonner to A. J. Tevis, Sheriff of Jefferson County, Texas, to pay Dr. Charles Baldwin, $63.40, to which is attached receipt of Charles Baldwin, 1860 March 23
49 A. J. Tevis property assessment, 1860
50 Receipt, handwritten, Sam A. Willson to A. J. Tevis, 1860 May 31
51 Receipt, handwritten, Charles Ross, Deputy Clerk, Supreme Court, to A. J. Tevis, 1860 October 3
52 Receipt of rent for Mrs. Calder, Ester Lewis to A. J. Tevis, 1861 September 7
53 Receipt, handwritten, 280 Beaves for Confederate Army, A. J. Tevis to A. Rebuck, 1861 September 7
54 Receipt, handwritten, concerning A. R. Buck, J. B. Hughes to A. J. Tevis, 1861 December 6
55 Receipt of A. J. Tevis to E. B. Pickett, paid $100 in Confederate currency, 1872 December
56 Receipt, A. J. Tevis for Joseph Gallia [Fur], I. W. Patridge, 1864
57 Receipt, A. J. Tevis from unknown sender, 1865 March 28
58 Field notes, James Ingalls, surveyor, for S. Collier and A. J. Tevis, 1866 January 25
59 Tax receipts of A. J. Tevis, Refugio County, 1856-1867
60 Correspondence, Bryan Tyson, General Claim Agent and Solicitor of Patents, 1870
61 Receipt, cash paid to E. C. Ogden from A. J. Tevis in District and Supreme Court, Edwin Proctor vs. A. J. Tevis et al., 1870 July 5
62 Correspondence, A. J. Tevis from Bryan Tyson, General Claim Agent, 1870
63 Correspondence, Bryan Tyson, General Claim Agent, to A. J. Tevis, 1870
64 Correspondence, Frank Holsinger, Captain of 19th U. S. C. [Cavalry], to Sheriff Tevis, Jefferson County, concerning army troops in Liberty and Freedmen's Sabbath School, 1866 May 4
65 Power of attorney, Warren Goodin to A. J. Tevis, concerning ferry on Neches River, 1866 August 31
66 Correspondence and invoice for tuition of Van [Tevis?], G. T. Small to Mr. Tevis, 1869
67 Promissory note, handwritten, W. Goodin to A. [J.] Tevis or bearer on demand, 1867
68 Receipt, handwritten, E. C. Ogden, Sheriff, Jefferson County, Texas, to A. J. Tevis, 1870 February 2
69 Receipt, handwritten, John C. Craig, secretary, Craig & Keith, to Andrew J. Tevis, former Sheriff of Jefferson County, Texas, purchase in full of steamboat Grand Boy, 1870 April 27
70 Notice, handwritten, court order in favor of Edwin Prater and against A. J. Tevis, principal, and G. W. Tevis and H. S. [James], and William Brewer, Robert Ruff, Joseph Pevito, Levi Carr, 1870
71 Printed application (partial filled), Postmaster bond, 1870
72 Correspondence, G. [Whitmore] to A. [J.] Tevis, Post Master, Beaumont, Texas, concerning appointment to Postmaster, 1870
73 Correspondence, [Wm. E.] Parker, U.S. Marshall, to A. J. Tevis, Esq., Deputy U. S. Marshal, execution instructions for levy in the case Doyle and Baum against E. D. Johnson, 1871 July;1871 August 20
74 Receipt, handwritten, George W. O'Brien, attorney, to A. J. Tevis, 1871
75 Court document, Tevis Ferry lease agreement; John Barclay administrator of the estate of John Bevil, deceased, to A. J. Tevis, 1871
76 Receipt, handwritten, J. K. Robertson to A. J. Tevis, money paid for services in the case Esther [Lervis] vs. Cave Johnson and others, 1871
77 Receipt, handwritten, LiReus O'Brien & Co. per M. L. Johnson, Beaumont, Texas, to A. J. Tevis, for money collected from Samuel Lee, 1872
78 Court document, land deed of Benjamin F. Tevis on Noah Tevis headright deed, 1872
79 Correspondence, Parker, U.S. Marshal, to unknown recipient; issue of arrest warrant for J. O. Berdon of Orange County, Texas, 1872
80 Correspondence, [Wm. E.] Parker, U.S. Marshal, to A. J. Tevis Esq., Deputy U.S. Marshal, with instructions concerning warrant of seizure, 1872
81 Correspondence, [Wm. E.] Parker, U.S. Marshal, to A. J. Tevis, Esq., Deputy U.S. Marshal, with subpoena for Tevis and wife and arrest of persons named, 1872
82 Monition, United States Eastern District Court, The United States vs. one copper still, etc., near Orange, Texas, concerning seizure of property, 1872
83 Receipt, handwritten, Long & Son to [A.] J. Tevis, concerning payment for a cushion, 1872
84 Correspondence, J. N. Reed, acting attorney, to A. J. Tevis, Esq., concerning refund of "interest and cost" of direct tax receipt of 1866, claims against the government, and covering cost of delivering the mail in 1860, dated 1872 September 13
85 Correspondence, A. J. Tevis to unknown recipient in land office, on recommendation of friend Mr. Thomas I. Caswell, 1873
86 Tax receipt, Mary [Tevis], Liberty County, Texas, 1873
87 Correspondence, M. C. Worrton to A. J. Tevis, complaint concerning timber theft, 1874
88 Correspondence, Wm. Sinclaire, Collector, Internal Revenue, to Andrew J. Tevis, Esq., concerning a fraudulent transaction, 1874
89 Receipt, poll tax and property tax assessment, A. J. Tevis, collected by Jefferson County Sheriff, [J. F.] Bullock, 1874
90 Correspondence, R. M. Tevis to Van Tevis, concerning printer [occupation positions] in the city, 1875 March 10
91 Correspondence, Bryan Tyson, Attorney for Claimants, Washington, D.C., to Mr. T. V. Tevis, claim of deceased father (A. J. Tevis) against the United States for delivery of mail in 1861, power of attorney, etc., 1877
92 Deed of trust, Elizabeth Tevis Hill Gould, and field notes of Ignacio Villegas, Hardin County, Texas, 1883
93 Notes, Work, Greer and Work, Attorneys-at-Law and General Land Agents, amount of taxes paid in estate of David Burrell, land sold by Joseph Hutchinson to Elizabeth McFadden to Nancy Hutchinson, 1844; 1860; 1864; 1839
94 Correspondence, J. T. Beaty, Attorney-at-Law, Land and Claim Agent, Jasper, Texas, to O. M. Burgen, Esq., Houston Texas, concerning the estate of A. J. Tevis and wife, 1886
95 Two newspaper articles: "W. P. H. McFadden seeks riverfront property", and Dean Tevis article concerning Beaumont's 100th birthday, 1936


Nancy Tevis Hutchinson Papers, 1839-1915

Box Folder
1 96 Land conveyance, Nancy Hutchinson to Mary Hudson, concerning land situated in Beaumont, Texas, 1857
97 Land conveyance, Nancy Hutchinson to Mary Hudson, concerning land situated in Beaumont, Texas, 1857
98 Deed, town lots of Noah Tevis League, Nancy Hutchinson (former Mrs. Noah Tevis), 1857
99 Correspondence, James Jackson, South Bayou, to Jackson Tevis, Esq., Beaumont, Texas, recommending Mr. Charles C. S. Pix as candidate for Lieutenant Colonel of the 2nd Regiment, 1861
100 Land document, chain of conveyances of the Nancy Davis League, Orange County, Texas, 1856-1869
101 Obituary, Titus Van Buren Tevis, 1883
102 Correspondence, T. L. Hutchison, Comanche, Texas, to O. M. Begin, Esq., Houston, Texas, concerning judgment in the [A.] J. Tevis case and Tevis' heirs, 1886
103 Power of Attorney, Cora Elizabeth Gould, to O. M. Bergin, Beaumont, Texas, 1899
104 Notary of Public (Harris County), Cora Elizabeth Gould birth date, parentage, and age, 1899
105 General Warranty Deed (Harris County), Ned Bergin to O. M. Bergin, transferring all inheritance lands, 1915


John W. Bergin Papers, 1846-1915

Box Folder
1 106 Certificate and oath (Harris County, Texas), John W. Bergin, County Commissioner, 1846
107 Certificate, the State of Texas, P. Hansbrough Bell, Governor grants to John W. Bergin the office of Assessor and Collector of Taxes for Harris County, Texas, 1850
108 Oath of office and bond (Harris County, Texas), John W. Bergin, as Assessor and Collector of Taxes, 1857
109 Confederate discharge form 58, C. M. Bergin, Houston, Texas, 1864
110 Correspondence, Shropshire & Shropshire, Attorneys at Law, to Hal W. Greer, Esq., concerning conflict of interest with heirs of A. J. Tevis, 1885
111 Correspondence, Tom J. Russell, Attorney, Beaumont, Texas, to Col. O. M. Bergin, examined deed from A. J. Tevis to C. W. Winn, 1905
112 Correspondence, E. M. Chester, Lawyer, Beaumont, Texas, to Mr. O. M. Bergin, Houston, Texas, declining to handle land litigation proposed, 1915


V. Wiess Papers, 1874-1891

Box Folder
1 113 Correspondence, to Mr. V. Wiess, 1891
114 Receipt, V. Wiess [paid] E. C. Junker for Mr. Bland, 1874
115 Postal Cards: Moody & Jernison, Galveston (cotton factors and commission merchants), E. H. Cushing, Houston (bookseller and stationer), A. W. & E. P. Clegg, Galveston, receipt of payment to V. Wiess, 1875
116 Postal Cards: T. W. House, Banker, Houston; Planters & Mechanics National Bank, Houston; receipt to V. Wiess, Beaumont, 1878 and 1890s
117 Postal cards: T. W. House, Banker, Houston; Taylor Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Missouri; George L. Porter Wholesale Grocer, Houston; Walker & Dean Commission Merchants, Galveston; Ball, Hutchings & Company, Bankers, Galveston; Scharff Brothers Flour, St. Louis, Missouri; Ullmann, Lewis & Company, Houston; to V. Wiess, Beaumont, Texas, circa 1882
118 Invitation, Wiess Hook and Ladder Company to card recipient for social dance, 1888
119 Drawing, map of the Philippines, circa 1943
120 Poem, partial, "Stone Wall Jackson," circa 1865


Photographs, 1926-1939

A collection of photographs depicting Beaumont, Texas, and Jefferson County business trucks with company names and logos, 1926-1939. There are also several Beaumont flood scenes of 1923.
Box Folder
2 1 Photographs, business trucks and buses: Eastern Texas Electric Company, Texas Electric Railway, Gulf States Utilities, T. M. Thorpe & Company, Gulf Cigar & Tobacco Company, Longe's Coffee, Humble Oil & Refining Company, Pure Products Company, Texaco
2 Photographs, business trucks: Fire Department of Beaumont, Parigi's Market Grocery, Royal Market & Grocery Company, T. S. Reed Grocery Company, Rosenthals, Koch Flower Shop, Beaumont Floral Company and Gift Shop, Pipkin & Broulin Company, Z. J. Bahlman Feed Company, Josey Miller Company Feeds, Dorfman's Department Store, Liberty Bakery Company, Barker's Morning Glory Bread, Butter-Nut Bread, Nederland Bakery, Purina Chows Aronson Brothers Feed Department, Carter Lumber Company, E. Conway Broun Company, Orleans Dry Goods Company
3 Photographs, business trucks: Pierce Arrow Freight Line, Texas Coffee Company Wholesale, Crystal Ice, Ryder Furniture & Carpet Company, Standard Office Supply Company, Kidd-Russ Trunk & Bag Company, Coburn Company's Plumbing Repair, Enterprise Company, Tyrrell Hardware Company, Lutch [sic] Stark Boys Inc., Gulf Cigar & Tobacco, Chancellor Cigar / J. N. Taub & Sons, Union City Transfer, Dairy Maid Ice Cream
4 Photographs of Beaumont flood, 1923
5 Copy, Glasgow biographical information and photograph inventory; two tintype photographs of one unidentified female, and one albeled "Sam Quattelbaum"; one paper photograph, home or office, labeled on reverse side "Smythe Lumber Company on Franklin (looking from Neches Street)"


Photograph Album Portraits, 1830-1890

Box Folder
2 6 Photograph Album, photo book of Rebecca Marble, with original portraits of residents of Beaumont. Portraits include: Minor P. McKinney, Mrs. E. McKinney, Johnny McKinney, Mrs. W. P. Rabb [Roff], Lila Rabb, Jake Marble, [Ollphin] Marble, Willie Rabb, Ollie Marble, [Oophrinea] Marble, Hugh Marble, Lilli Marble, Mrs. Floyd, Mrs. Calder, Helen Calder, R[ebecca?] C. Marble, P. S. Quattleba[um], Rebecca Quattle[baum], R. C. Marble, W. P. Rabb, Ed Dunlap, Mrs. Paulin Coffin, O. Mansfield, Clarence Mansfield, L. Blanchett, Mrs. Arthur Coffin, Arthur Coffin, Helen Small, S. H. Green, Ollie Marble, Marion Kidd, George Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. Rabb. 1872,


Early 20th Century Magazines, 1907-1911

Box Folder
3 1 The Delineator / Butterick Publishing Company, 1907 May
2 The Delineator / Butterick Publishing Company, 1909 January
3 McCall's Magazine, partial, pages 7-98, 1910 December
4 McCall's Magazine, partial, pages 7-112, 1911 May
5 Catalog, National Cloak and Suit Company, New York City, partial, pages 5-206, undated
6 Historical Booklet, Mobil at 125, 1991
7 Booklet, Socony Mobil, a brief history, circa 1965
8 Newspaper articles: "Seed money helped launch Texaco," "Mobil started small", "New Yorker's mission led to Mobil Oil Co.," "Beaumont - from Indian to booming oil center", 1987; 1984; 1987; 1975
9 Two postcards: Beaumont street scene and early residences of Keith, Smith, Hinchee, Averill, Weiss; Pamphlet: Beaumont Refinery Mobil Oil Corporation, circa 1950
10 Guideline (for historians), Builders of Texas to 1942 Biographical Sketch and article copy from the Texas Business, Editor's Viewpoint, undated
Box Folder
4 1 Newsletter, News and Trends (employee news), special edition, 1963
2 Newspaper, Mobil World, a worldwide newspaper for Mobil people, 1976 July/August
3 Newspaper, Beaumont Journal, 1945 May 7
4 Newspapers: San Antonio Express, ; San Antonio Evening News, 1945 August 151945 August 15
5 Newspaper: Beaumont Enterprise, historical section, 2001 Spindletop Celebration