University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Rena Maverick Green Papers, 1924-1959



Descriptive Summary

Creator Green, Rena Maverick
Title Rena Maverick Green
Dates: 1874-1859
Extent 34 items.
Language English
Repository Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Information

Rena Maverick Green (1874-1962) was a historian, artist, suffragette, conservationist and civic leader. Born in Missouri, she moved to San Antonio, Texas, in 1896. She was an active member of the community. In 1924, she helped found the San Antonio Conservation Society and served as its president from 1933 to 1935.


Scope and Contents

Minutes, broadsides, speeches, literary productions and clippings relate to the San Antonio Conservation Society, Spanish Missions in San Antonio, Texas, and preservation of the Governor's Palace there.


Index Terms

Persons:
Green, Rena Maverick, 1874-1962--Archives.
Subjects:
San Antonio Conservation Society--History--Sources.
Architecture--Conservation and resortation.
Historic preservation--Texas.
Missions, Spanish--Conservation and restoration.
Missions, Spanish--Texas.

Administrative Information

Cite as:

Rena Maverick Green Papers, 1924-1959, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.


Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Inventory

box
2D222 Correspondence, 1929-1954
Minutes
Speeches
Literary productions
Broadsides
Clippings