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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Correspondence

Writings

Research Materials

Photographic Materials

Addition of July 2007 (Acc. 2007-091)

University of Texas San Antonio

Inventory of the Garland A. Perry Papers, 1876-2002



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Perry, Garland A.
Title: Garland A. Perry papers
Dates: 1876-1903, 1914-1919, 1940-2002
Creator Abstract: Garland A. Perry is the author of An American Saga: William George Hughes, 1859-1902: A Pioneer Texas Rancher, His Life, His Times, His Story and the author and photographer of Historic Images of Boerne, Texas.
Content Abstract: The bulk of the collection consists of photographs, research files, correspondence, calenders, scrapbooks and family papers.
Identification: MS 239
Extent: 16.8 linear feet (14 Boxes)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Biographical Note

Garland A. Perry was born in San Augustine County, Texas and is a graduate of Rusk High School. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from San Houston State University and a MHA Degree in Hospital Administration from Baylor University. Perry is a veteran of WWII, Korea and Vietnam. When he retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1967, he moved his family from Houston to Boerne. In Boerne, Perry worked as director of marketing, public relations, and advertising manager for the First National Bank of Boerne. He also provided a historical advertising program for additional Hill Country banks. From 1987-1993, Perry served as Kendall County Judge.

Perry is a self-taught photographer who has won numerous awards for his photographs of a variety of subjects. He is the author of Historic Images of Boerne, Texas, a 1982 book about German immigrants in Kendall County and the Texas Hill Country that earned an award for historic books from the 1983 San Antonio Conservation Society. Perry is also the author ofAn American Saga: William George Hughes, 1859-1902: A Pioneer Texas Rancher, His Life, His Times, His Story , which is the story of Hughes who emigrated to the U.S in 1878 and established a 7000 acre ranch near Boerne, Texas.

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Scope and Content Note

The bulk of the collection consists of photographs, research files, correspondence, calenders, scrapbooks and family papers. The collection is divided into four series: Correspondence, Writings, Research Materials, and Photographic Materials..

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Organization of Collection

Correspondence
Writings
Research Materials
Photographic Materials

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is housed at UTSA's Main Campus and must be accessed via the John Peace Library Special Collections reading room. To request access, please use the Collections Request Form.

Usage Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Perry, Garland A.
Hughes, William George,1859-1902.
Hughes, William George,1859-1902--Correspondence.
Subjects
Frontier and pioneer life--Texas--Kendall County.
Ranchers--Texas--Kendall County.
Ranch life--Texas--Kendall County.
Locations
Texas--History.
Kendall County (Tex.)--History.
Boerne (Tex.)--History.
Genres/Formats
Correspondence.
Photographs.
Research notes.
Local Subjects
Texas History
Writers

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Related Material

There are no known other archival collections created by Garland A. Perry at the date of accessioning.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Garland A. Perry papers, MS 239, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Received from the Institute of Texan Cultures Library in July 2007 (Acc.2007-070 and 2007-091).

Processing Information

The collection was processed in December 2009 by Bonnie Saenz, Archives Intern, and September 2010 by Melissa Gohlke, Graduate Assistant.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Correspondence

The Correspondence series is composed of two types of correspondence: historical documents--letters from the 19th century, most of which are from members of the Hughes family and are often about the sheep and angora goat ranch and business owned by William G. Hughes. The second type of correspondence is between descendants of William G. Hughes and Garland Perry. Many of these letters discuss the history of the Hughes family and were written as Perry was working on his biography of William G. Hughes. Also in the correspondence series are letters regarding the acquisition of photographic and research materials for Perry's books on World War I.
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1 Letters from the 19th Century (includes some early 20th century)
William G. Hughes
Regarding sheep and goat ranching in San Antonio and the Hill Country, 1876-1886
From Willie Hughes to his father, several written right after willie immigrated to America, 1878-1895
Regarding the Merino sheep and Angora goat ranching business, 1888-1903
About sheep and goat ranching, 1884-1888 and undated
With U.S. Department of Agriculture concerning Angora goats, 1894-1899
Regarding Hill County postal routes, 1889-1890 and undated
Regarding ranching and partnership agreement and dissolution, 1883-1897, 1902 and undated
From William to his father (copies of letters), 1880 and undated
Concerning the American Angora Goat Breeders Association, 1895
Bright Family
From D. Bright, esq. to members of the Hughes family and others (transcripts and copies), 1877, 1889
From family members; election of D. Bright as Presiding Judge of Election in Bexar County, precinct 39, 1801, 1869-1897, 1913-1918 and undated
Between descendants of William G. Hughes and Garland Perry
Gerard Hughes
With materials about the Hughes family, 1991-1992
With research materials, 1982, 1993-1996
With materials about the Hughes family including copies of old letters, 1988-1995
1982-1989
From Gerard Hughes to the Boerne Chamber of Commerce, 1985
Regarding permission for Perry to use Hughes' family documents; repositories for the Hughes' family collection; photographs of Gerard Hughes' daughters, 1987-1996
Regarding Hughes' family history and Angora goats, 1992-1995 and undated
Regarding William G. Hughes; documents regarding the disenterment and reburial of William G. Hughes' remains, 1987-1995
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2 From Gerard with photographs and information about Hughes' family history, 1988-1990
To Jerry Hughes from Garland Perry, 1987-1995
To Jerry Hughes from Garland Perry, 1987-1995
1988-1990
1988-1990
Box
1 Anne Schaefer 1989-1997
Jean Terhune, 1989-1997
Charlotte Hughes, 1989
Octavia Hughes
1989-2002
Regarding Jeanie Elizabeth Hughes Senior, 1994-2002 and undated
Bright Family
Laurabelle Ullrich
1989
Between Gerard Hughes and Laurabelle, 1987-1989
Stout Family
Bob Roberts, 1989
Marjorie Strayer, 1989
Others
George Spencer (about his family who lived near the Hughes ranch in Boerne), 1982
Regarding research for books on World War I
Concerning research materials for Forty Years After The Argonne, 1958-1961
Regarding photographs from World War I, 1959-1960, 1984-1988 and undated
Regarding photographs and other research materials, 1958-1962, 1986-1995 and undated

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Writings

Garland Perry was the author of numerous books the subject matter of which ranged from World War I to Texas Hill Country history. In his book Forty Years After The ArgonnePerry chronicles the heroism of World War I soldiers and provides photographs of famous places throughout Europe as they appeared during World War I compared with their appearance years after the war. Perry's passion for World War I history was paralleled by exhuberant love of Texas Hill County history. In his bookAn American Saga: William George Hughes, A Pioneer Texas Rancher. Perry tells the story of Texas pioneer William George Hughes who was successful rancher in Boerne. Hughes raised Angora goats and Merino sheep on his Hill County ranch. His life was tragically cut short in 1904 when he was killed when as a passenger on a train which collided with another train. Perry in addition to his narrative about William G. Hughes, published several books featuring photographs of places across Texas and the Hill Country. Also included is a series of articles on Texas Heritage which Perry wrote for a Boerne publication.
Box
8 Forty Years After The Argonne
"War Plans and Strategy" chapter, undated
"WWI Beginning partial chapter, notes, undated
Partial manuscripts, correspondence from publishers, 1982-1983 and undated
"German Offense" chapter, undated
"Middle Years of the War" chapter, undated
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9 Manuscript draft, 1960 and undated
Manuscript draft, undated
Manuscript draft preface through page 92, undated
Draft preface through page 80, undated
Draft preface through page 109, undated
Draft preface through page 92, undated
Draft table of contents through appendix, undated
Draft table of contents through appendix, undated
Draft Seventy Years After The Argonne
Handwritten notes and narrative, undated
Handwritten notes and narrative, undated
Partial manuscript, research materials, 1968, 1984, 2002 and undated
An American Saga: William George Hughes, A Pioneer Texas Rancher
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8 Gone To Texasby Hastings Hughes and edited by Thomas Hughes, 1884 and undated
Early manuscript with copies of pictures, undated
Advertising for the book, 1994-1996 and undated
Synopsis, undated
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9 Handwritten partial manuscript and notes, 1993-1994 and undated
Box
8 Images of Boerne
Early drafts with research materials, 1977-1988 and undated
Partial manuscript with research materials, 1920-1921, 1994-1997 and undated
Partial manuscript with photographs and research materials, 1940-1941, 1968-1971, 1996-1997 and undated
Notes, outlines, research materials, photographs, 1908, 1949, 1978 and undated
Box
9 Partial manuscript and research materials, 1872, 1960, 1988-1996 and undated
Working file, undated
"Texas Heritage"
Copies of articles with photographs and research materials, 1978-1984 and undated

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Research Materials

The Research Materials series contains materials and documents related to Perry's work on several books including An American Saga: William George Hughes, A Pioneer Texas Rancher.Also of interest is his extensive research on places and landmarks throughout Texas, such as courthouse, jails, banks, and other landmarks. When exploring Texas history Perry's focus was often on the Texas Hill Country. In addition to research on Texas, Perry conducted research on World War I for his book entitledForty Years After The Argonne.
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2 An American Saga: William George Hughes, A Pioneer Texas Rancher
Documents relating to the Hughes Family
Narrative about William G. Hughes entitled "His Family, His Story, His Times," copies of photos of William G. Hughes, 1897, 1988 and undated
Box
7 Maps, correspondence, 1878-1901
Copies of original documents such as property records, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1879-1906, 1981-1994 and undated
Hughes Marshall family in Kenya, narrative by Gerard Hughes about World War I era, 1989 and undated
Rugby, Tennessee brochures, copies of Hughes family documents, 1879-1902, 1980-1998 and undated
Jeanie Hughes' history, 1889 and undated
Letter from Gerard Hughes' daughters with funeral ceremony cards, 1992-1996
Pictures of the Hughes ranch with articles and background information, 1879-1900, 1996 and undated
Boerne Academy and Commercial College, Perry's notes, 1889-1890, 1993 and undated
Hughes land bought and sold, 1879-1903
Newspaper articles, 1873-1902, 1985, 1999 and undated
Hughes property charts and maps, 1860-1903, 1986-1987 and undated
Petition for a public road in Boerne, 1886
Photographs with narrative, 1879-1903, 1988-1989 and undated
Narratives by and about Hughes family member, 1977 and undated
Gerard Hughes' obituary, photographs, articles, 1995-1996 and undated
Newspaper articles, 1993
Box
8 John Murray Forbes story by Jerry Hughes, 1997 and undated
Notes, family history, 1862-1900, 1993-1995 and undated
Drawer
63 Map of land ownership in Kendall County, 1900
Trans Mississippi and International Exposition application for space, 1898
Box
10 William Hughes diaries, 1880-1881
William Hughes and Brothers balance sheet, 1884
Hughes mortgage notes, 1882-1893
Hughes balance sheet and ranch inventory, 1884-1893
Hughes warranty deed, 1889
Property notes, undated
Deeds of Trust, 1896
Hughes warranty deed, 1896
Hughes tax receipt, 1897
Hughes land deeds, 1896-1900
William Hughes letters about Angora goats, 1898-1899
Sketches of a trip through west Texas and of an unknown location, 1899 and undated
Deed of Trust, 1899
William Hughes expense ledger, 1902-1903
Hughes ledger, 1903-1904
George Hughes correspondence, 1911
Receipts for Lucy Hughes, 1924
Box
OM1 Scrapbook with materials from Boerne and Bandera Stage Line Company managed by Gerard Hughes, 1889-1898
Scrapbook with newsclippings, 1889-1890
Box with prize ribbons for Angora goats and sheep won at expositions around the country, 1898-1901
Drawer
63 Map of land ownership in Bandera County, 1879
Box
7 Stout Family History
"As I Remember It" by John Stout, correspondence, 1989and undated
Box
8 Photographs, notes, family history, 1877, 1961, 1989, 1994 and undated
Copies of family documents, correspondence, family genealogy, 1887, 1914, 1994 and undated
Box
1 Interviews
Rose Kemp, 1980
Mrs. Guy Chipman, 1980
Mr. Henry Fabra, undated
Max Theiss, 1980
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4 Angora Goats and Merino Sheep
Olive Schreiner and Angora goats, 1861, 1924, 1989-1993 and undated
Box
6 articles, notes, letters from Jerry Huges with goat information, 1861, 1989 and undated
Box
7 Hughes sheep and goats bills of sale and other documents, 1861-1903, 1924, 1989-1993 and undated
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4 Texas and Texans
Historic Places across Texas
Cemetaries and memorials in Texas, 1985-1988
Alleyton, Texas photos and essay, 1981
Stephenville Bank, letter with photographs, 1985 and undated
Argyle Club in Alamo Heights article and photographs, 1982 and undated
Bergheim article, undated
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5 Campbell Taylor House in Bastrop photographs, article, 1982 and undated
Texas research photographs, articles, newspapers, 1923, 1976-1994 and undated
Box
6 Lampasas County photographs, brochures, newspaper, 1978 and undated
Lindendale photographs, notes, article, 1978-1981 and undated
Luckenbach photographs, notes, article, 1982 and undated
Loyal Valley photographs, notes, articles, 1981 and undated
Pipecreek, San Felipe photographs, notes, articles, undated
Box
7 Texas oil fields and the "world's richest acre" in Kilgore brochures, articles, undated
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6 Texas Railroads
San Antonio and Aransas Pass RR photographs, brochures, article, 1950 and undated
Railroad bridge over the Guadalupe River photographs, article, 1980 and undated
Railroad depots, 1984-1990
Fredericksbury and Northern RR tunnel photographs, article, undated
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4 Stagecoach Stops, Lines, Inns
Texas stagecoach inns, 1982-1984
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6 Photographs, notes, articles, 1895, 1983-1984 and undated
Photographs, articles, letters, notes, 1972-1984 and undated
Photographs, essay, undated
Box
7 Windsor Stage Coach Stop on the Guadalupe River photograph and article, undated
Winedale Stagecoach Inn in Round Top article and photographs, undated
Texas stagecoach inns, 1982-1984
Box
4 Forts
Brochures, notes, articles, 1985, 1997 and undated
Box
5 Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio photographs, article, 1982 and undated
Fort Croghan in Burnet photographs, brochures, article, undated
Fort McKavatt brochures, article, undated
Fort Parker photographs, historical information, undated
Frontier forts photographs, article, 1981 and undated
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7 Forts across Texas brochures, notes, letters, 1985 and undated
Box
4 Kendall County
The Anhalt Germainia Farmer Verein in Kendall County, essay and photograph, undated
Box
5 Kendalia (Bech's Flat) photograph, article, undated
Kendall County history background material, articles, notes, 1891, 1979-1988 and undated
Kendall County Jail photograph, article, undated
19th-20th century Kendall County Judges, 1998
Kendall Inn photographs, article, 1979-1983
Box
6 Kendall Ranch, photographs, notes, article, undated
Box
7 Waring Depot photographs, article, undated
Booklet entitled "The Waring Story," facts about Waring, 1976 and undated
Box
4 Boerne
Annie Fellows Johnston House in Boerne, undated
Boerne cemetary article and photograph, undated
Boerne Baptist Church article and photograph, 1980 and undated
Boerne Episcopal Church photographs and article, circa 1920 and undated
Boerne, Kendall County statistics, 1850-1880, 1970-1980 and undated
Box
5 Boerne Library photos and essay, undated
Boerne schools essay, undated
Boerne history postcard, essay, article, 1984 and undated
Boerne Village Band photographs, articles, history, 1855, 1912-1922, 1949, 1984-1990 and undated
Boerne While Sox baseball team, photographs and background information, 1914, 1982 and undated
Dr. Diamond's Hospital photograph, article, undated
Dr. Wright's Sanitorium photograph, article, undated
Dienger House photograph, notes, article, 1979 and undated
Dietert House photographs, article, 1981 and undated
Carstanjen Building photographs, articles, undated
Chat Wilkinson House article, photograph, undated
Circle S Saloon photographs, article, undated
Gustav Schattenberg House photographs, article, letter, 1982 and undated
Hartmann House photographs, article, undated
H.D. Adler Building photographs, article
Henry Dietert House photograph, article, undated
Henry Wendler House photograph, article, undated
Joe Vogt Building photograph, notes, article, 1972-1973 and undated
Kaiser House photograph, article, undated
Fabra Smokehouse photographs, article, undated
Historical background information on Boerne (and Welfare), 1837-1895, 1910-1936, 1950-1963, 1970-1996
Historical background information on Boerne, undated
Historical background information on Boerne, undated
Box
6 Kreutzberg Shooting Club and Cross photographs, notes, articles, 1949 and undated
Kuhlmann-King House photographs, essay, undated
Kronkosky Tower photos, notes, article, undated
Leesch-Hare House photographs, article, undated
Schrader livery stable photographs, notes, article, undated
L.N. Lavallee House photographs, article, 1983 and undated
Malakoph Mountain photographs, article, undated
Maria Sykes House photographs, notes, article, 1980 and undated
Masonic Lodge photographs, article, undated
Max Beseler Bar photographs, article, undated
Max Beseler House photographs, article, undated
McCord-Monken House photographs, notes, article, 1981 and undated
Methodist Church article, undated
Methodist Parsonage photographs, article, undated
Pfeiffer House, undated
Phillips Manor House photographs, article, undated
Roberts Drug Store article, undated
Robert E. Lee House photograph, article, undated
St. John Lutheran Church photograph, article, undated
Rozelle House photograph, article, 1981 and undated
Schumard Building photograph, article, undated
Schweppe-Bradshaw House, photograph, article, undated
St. Peters Catholic Church photographs, article, undated
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7 Toepperwein House photographs and article, undated
"Tusculum" article--this was the original name for Boerne, undated
Boerne utilities building photograph and article, undated
Vollbrecht's Tin Shop photograph and article, undated
Vollschlaiger-Mergele House photograph and article, undated
Walker-Coryell House photographs, notes, article, undated
Theis House historic marker dedication, Perry's speech, photographs, 1949, 1979-1984 and undated
Walnut Grove Resort photographs, articles, undated
Weiss House photographs, article, 1980 and undated
Wernette-McGinnis House photographs, article, undated
Weyrick-Beissner Building photographs, article, undated
William Dietert House photograph, article, undated
William Vogt House photographs, notes, article, 1971 and undated
Box
6 Kerrville
Photographs, notes, article, brochures, undated
Kerr County photographs, notes, brochures, essay, undated
Box
4 Hill Country
Places and events in the Hill Country, 1981 and undated
Box
5 Camp Verde in Kerr County photographs, article, notes, undated
Camp Verde Store photograph, brochure, article, undated
Enchanted Rock photographs, background information, 1980-1982 and undated
Charles A. Schreiner "Father of Kerrville" photographs, essay, undated
Fredericksburg photograph, postcards, undated
Hill Country - Tapatio Springs photographs, article, undated
Ingram newspaper, article, brochure, 1980-1981 and undated
Box
7 Welfare photographs, article, undated
Westphalia in Falls County photographs, notes, article, 1975 and undated
Box
4 Historic Buildings and Landmarks across Texas
Texas churches, photographs with background information, 1987 and undated
19th century Texas courthouses, articles and notes, 1981-1989
Texas courthouses, color proofs and background materials, undated
Texas jails booklet, photograph and essay, 1983 and undated
Box
5 Fanthrop Inn in Anderson photographs, article, 1982 and undated
Dr. Kapp's "Water Cure Sanitorium" in Sisterdale article, undated
Divide School in Kerr County photographs, article, 1982 and undated
Rode House in Cherry Springs photographs, notes, article, 1981 and undated
Chappell Hill Inn in Brenham photographs, article, 1982 and undated
Castroville Courthouse photograph, article, 1982 and undated
Fischer Store in Comal County photograph, article, 1982 and undated
Gatesville Courthouse in Coryell County photographs, essay, undated
Karnes County Courthouse photographs, letter, article, 1979-1982 and undated
Hermann sons Home for the Aged in Center Point photographs, article, 1982 and undated
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6 Sisterdale Behr House, 1978 and undated
Keystone Hotel in Lampasas, 1982 and undated
Landmark Inn in Castroville brochures, articles, postcard, 1981-1982 and undated
Settlement Inn in Leon Springs photographs, article, undated
Lange's Mill in Doss photographs, centennial booklet, notes, article, 1956, 1981 and undated
Polly's Chapel in Bander County photographs, notes, article, 1981 and undated
St. Joseph's Church in Honey Creek photographs, article, 1982 and undated
Lockhart and Bryan Libraries articles, brochures, notes, essay, 1966-1967m 1987-1997 and undated
Southern Hotel in Llano photographs, article, undated
Llano County jail photographs, article, undated
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7 Turtle Creek School photographs, notes, article, 1982 and undated
Stories about Texas libraries, 1997 and undated
Background materials on Texas public libraries, photographs, booklets, 1981-1985, 1997 and undated
Texas public libraries materials, brochures, 1985-1989, 1997 and undated
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5 Hill Country Settlers and Well-Known Individuals
Crenshaw Brothers of Ingram photographs, essay, article, 1981-1982 and undated
J. Marvin Hunger of Bandera photographs, notes, article, 1982 and undated
Baron Meusenback, founder of Fredericksburg photographs, articles, undated
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6 Rowland Nichols of Ingram photographs, essay, undated
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7 Various profiles of individuals, photographs, notes, essays, 1890, 1947, 1980-2000
Adolph R. "Ad" Toepperwein article, 1982 and undated
Albert Kronkosky articles, backgroun information, 1976, 1995-1997 and undated
Andrew Jackson Potter known as the "Fighting Parson" article, undated
Eddie Rickenbacker stamps, article, correspondence, 1880, 1993-1995 and undated
The Herman Lehmann Story notes, articles, manuscript, 1985 and undated
The Herman Lehmann story notes, articles, manuscript, 1963, 1985 and undated
Herman Lehmann research articles, 1985 and undated
Hermann Lehmann story manuscript, articles, 1985 and undated
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8 Mrs. Hollar of Comfort, 1988
People whom I (Perry) wish I had known, 1983-1985 and undated
Upham family genealogy correspondence, notes, 1954, 1999-2000 and undated
Upham family history correspondence, 2000
Upham family story, notes, undated
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4 Comfort
August Faltin House in Comfort, photographs, background information, 1982 and undated
August Faltin Store in Comfort, essay, notes, 1981 and undated
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5 Comfort General Store photographs, article, undated
Comfort Monument photograph, article, 1981 and undated
Meyer Hotel in Comfort photographs, article, undated
Research Materials for Calendars
Materials for calendars about Texas landmarks, notes, photographs, history, 1982, 1991 and undated
Texas Courthouse calendars materials, photographs, background information, 1983-1984 and undated
Texas Courthouse calendar photographs, 1984 and undated
Stagecoarch Inn calendar materials, slides, photographs, background information, 1984-1985 and undated
Finished calendars of 19th century Texas courthouses, 1984
Finished calendars of Texas stagecoach inns, 1985
Assorted Texas Research
Early history of "Dice for Life" notes, photographs, essay, undated
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6 Texas Almanac copies, 1858-1860 and undated
Texas Almanac copies, 1860-1867, 1904
Texas Almanacs copies, 1858-1868 and 1904
Texas Libraies articles, notes, 1980-1984 and undated
Texas Library Association, 1985, 1995-1997 and undated
Texas polo ponies articles, 1869-1880, 1993-1997 and undated
Texas Mission brochures, notes, articles, 1984-1986
Lumber industry in Texas photographs, notes, articles, 1979-1985 and undated
Political issues notes, 1986 and undated
Assorted photographic subjects lists, 1985-1986 and undated
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OM3 Calendar outlines, undated
Ingram State Bank information form, undated
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2 World War I
Hughes Family in World War I
Document entitled "An American War Story 1917-1918," copies of photographs of 1st Lt. Gerard Hughes, undated
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8 Photographs, narrative, 1902, 1917-1918, 1960, 1992 and undated
Copies of photographs, narrative, correspondence, 1918, 1989 and undated
Box
4 Research for Forty Years After the Argonne
Division lists, articles, notes, 1914-1923, 1940 and undated
Box
6 Seventy years after the Argonne, undated
Maps of World War I sites, 1914-1918, 1988-1989 and undated
Box
7 Photographs, article, 1918 and undated
World War I memorials and monuments, brochures, 1985-1989 and undated
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8 Articles, notes, poetry, copies of photographs, 1917-1918, 1958-1960, 1988 and undated
Correspondence, notes, 1956-1962, 1988-1989 and undated
Correspondence with President Harry S. Truman, 1958
Newspapers An American in France, 1956-1957
Brochures, partial manuscript, 1914-1919, 1968 and undated
Photographs, correspondence, 1914-1919, 1960-1962 and undated
Photographs, correspondence, notes, 1978-1988 and undated
Correspondence, brochures on war cemetaries, 1978-1988 and undated
Box
4 Assorted World War I Research
Newsclippings about WWI veterans, 1988-1989 and undated
Online articles, book chapter, 2007 and undated
Box
6 Notes, articles on World War I, 1995 and undated
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4 Assorted
Maps of France, undated
Box
1 Notes and contact info, undated
Box
4 Ephemera, 1940-1960, 1984-1999, 2007 and undated
Calendar outlines, undated
Box
5 Documents for photographs acquired for research, 1985-1988 and undated

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Photographic Materials

The Photographic Materials series contains photographs of the William G. Hughes family, their ranch, and persons associated with the Hughes family, many of which were taken during the late 1800s. Also included in this series are photographs of descendants of William G. Hughes. Other photographs in the series are from Garland Perry's travels to Europe as well as his acquisition of photos from World War I. There are also photographs of Texas landmarks such as courthouses, small towns, historical markers, and other places throughout the State with a focus on the Texas Hill Country.
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1 Hughes Ranch
A gift from the Hughes family to the Perry Family containing photographs circa 1900 and a Hughes family history, circa 1900, 1991
Copies of photographs from the ranch, manuscript entitled An American Saga: "As I Remember It" by John Stout, photographs of the Stout family (a gift from the Hughes family), circa 1900, 1978, 1991
Photos of members of the Hughes family, a manuscript entitled The Hughes Boys Join the U.S. Army 1917 (a gift from the Hughes family), 1985, 1991 and undated
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2 Pictures of the Hughes family at the ranch, 1895 and undated
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3 Pictures at the ranch, circa 1900, 1989
Pictures at the ranch; modern day pictures of the ranch, 1900 and undated
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2 Hughes-Marshall family in Kenya, circa 1900
Descendants of William G. Hughes
Charlotte and Gerard Hughes, Hughes' family history and drawings, 1985 and undated
Box
3 Stout and Stephenson Families of Boerne
1901 and undated
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2 World War I Photographs
World War I negatives, 1962 and undated
Negatives, undated
1914-1918, 1958-1963 and undated
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3 1916-1918, 1945-1960 and undated
1914-1919, 1988-1990 and undated
European battles sites, 1988 and undated
1919 and undated
Copies of photographs, 1916 and undated
1918-1919, 1951-1960 and undated
1916-1918, 1960 and undated
1918-1919, 1960 and undated
1918-1919, 1929, 1960 and undated
1958-1960 and undated
1918-1919, 1958-1960 and undated
undated
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4 Places and people during World War I in Europe, 1917-1919, 1945, 1958-1960 and undated
Important locations during World War I, undated
Important people and places of World War I, 1919, 1958-1960 and undated
Locations and people during World War I, 1916-1918, 1958-1961 and undated
Phtotographs of people and places in Europe during World War I, 1914-1918, 1960, 1988-1987 and undated
Photographs with related background material, 1917-1919. 1988 and undated
Photos and background material on Ypres, Belgium, 1987-1988 and undated
Burail site at Church of Tamines, undated
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11 Slides of war cemetaries in Europe, 1988 and undated
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2 Europe
Negatives and proofs of France, undated
Negatives of France, 1961 and undated
France and family, undated
France, 1989 and undated
Germany, 1979 and undated
France, 1988 and undated
France, 1988 and undated
Box
11 Slides from a trip to Europe, 1988 and undated
Box
2 Negatives of family outings at the beach and camping, undated
Photographs of Texas and Texans
Places around the Texas Hill Country, unidentified persons, 1913-1930 and undatedd
Texas wildlife and wild flowers, undated
Monument dedication in Boerne, 1923
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11 Slides of site where Herman Lehmann was captured by Indians, 1983 and undated
Box
2 Buildings and Courthouses around Texas, 1881-1897, 1983-1993 and undated
Hill Country landmarks, 1881 and undated
Box
3 Texas libraries, 1913 and undated
Texas libraries, 1997 and undated
Texas libraries, undated
Texas libraries, 1962 and undated
Box
11 Slides of Texas libraries, 1983-1984 and undated
Box
4 Texas courthouses and historical markers, photographs with background materials, 1891-1898, 1939, 1969 and undated
Box
11 Slides of Texas courthouses, 1983-1984 and undated
Box
OM2 Negatives of people and places across Texas, 1982-1983
Box
OM3 N egatives of old houses in Boerne and around Texas, undated
Photograph of Kendall County monument dedicated to the "Heroic Dead of World War II, 1923
Photographic and illustrated postcards (German), 1925 and undated
Boerne Village Band photograph and background information, undated
Box
2 Assorted Materials
Undentified people and places, 1965 and undated
Box
OM2 Videotape of interview with Gerald H. Hughes at age 99, 1994
Floppy disks with Perry Book Art 1 & 2, undated

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Addition of July 2007 (Acc. 2007-091)

Box Folder
1 1 Postcards
2 Notebook, Hughes letters
3 Printouts and photocopies in black folder
4 Family histories

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