University of Texas San Antonio

Inventory of the Eugenio Cortez Collection, 1893-1900, 1914-1918 and undated



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Cortez, Eugenio.
Title: Eugenio Cortez Collection
Dates:
Creator Abstract: The Cortez family moved from San Diego, Texas to San Antonio, Texas.
Content Abstract: The collection consists of 30 photographs documenting landmarks in San Diego, TX and San Antonio, TX as well as Eugenio Cortez's family members.
Identification: MS 356
Extent: 2 linear feet
Language: Materials are in English and Spanish.
Repository: The University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Biographical Note

The Cortez family moved from San Diego, Texas to San Antonio, Texas.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of 30 photographs documenting landmarks in San Diego, TX and San Antonio, TX as well as Eugenio Cortez's family members.


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.


Index Terms

Personal Names
Cortez, Eugenio
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.)
San Diego (Tex.)
Genres/Formats
Photographs.
Local Subjects
Photographs/Photography
San Antonio History

Related Material

There are no known other archival collections created by Eugenio Cortez at the date of accessioning.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Eugenio Cortez collection, MS 356, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Donated in July 2011 (2011-030).

Processing Information

Collection encoded by Nikki Lynn Thomas, Manuscripts Curator.


 

Eugenio Cortez collection

Box
OM1 Autograph album (San Diego, Texas), 1893-1894
"Humor" scrapbook of comics, undated
Archie Gunn "If Wishes Came True" postcard, undated
Photograph, ["Maggie and Ona", "San Pedro Park for a day's outing"], February 22, 1900
Photograph postcard [note from Mercedes Resendez to Cesilia Garza de Gonzales, pictured: Mercedes Resendez], August 29, 1914
Photograph postcard [pictured: Jose Garza Jimenez, 32 years, Maria de los Angeles 4 years, San Antonio], July 14, 1914
Photograph postcard, unidentified couple [2 copies, 1 addressed to Cecilia G. de Garza and signed by Micaela G. de Jimenez, the other addressed to Maria Gonzalez and signed by Micaela G. de Jimenez], undated
Photograph postcard [from Maria Queroga to Jose G. Jimenez, pictured: 13 year old daughter of Maria Queroga], May 15, 1917
Photograph postcard [pictured: Virginia, daughter of Jose and Virginia , 21 months], April 22, 1918
Photograph postcard[pictured: Roberto de los Santos y Esposato, 2 years 1 month], undated
Tinted photograph [pictured: Carolina Peña], undated
Unidentified family photograph [2 adults, 4 children], undated
Unidentified family photograph, undated
Unidentified work room photograph [Cream Meal packaging], undated
Unidentified female portrait, undated
Unidentified photograph [water tower in background], undated
Photograph postcard, unidentified woman, undated
Photograph postcard, unidentified adolescent girl, undated
Photograph postcard, unidentified man, undated
Photograph postcard, unidentified man, undated
Photograph postcard, unidentified man, undated
Photograph postcard, two unidentified children, undated
Photograph postcard, unidentified infant, undated
Photograph postcard, unidentified house [20 adults posed on porch and balcony], undated
Unidentified men shaking hands under tree, undated
Unidentified toddler, undated
Unidentified toddler, undated
Drawer
70 Unidentified family portrait, undated
Unidentified church photograph [possibly San Diego, TX]
Southern Cement Products Company photograph [hand-tinted panoramic of work or stock yard]