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Dr. Carl Wrotenbery Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Coll-209
Overview The Dr. Carl Wrotenbery Papers is a small collection of historic documents that centers around the destruction of the University of Corpus Christi by Hurricane Celia in 1970. Included in this collection are over 200 photographic slides, dozens of newspaper articles, and other assorted ephemera. Dr. Wrotenbery worked tirelessly to get what would become Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi back on its feet in the face of catastrophic destruction, and this collection reflects his efforts in...

Eli T. Merriman Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Coll-196
Content Description Three cubic foot boxes of correspondence, clippings, historic photo albums and other loose photos, publications, business records, scrapbooks, and other historical files and materials of Merriman and related families, 19th and early 20th centuries. AccLog Scope and Contents Note The collection consists of photographs, written biographical, genealogical, and historical narratives, newspapers, news clippings, invoices, tax records, correspondence,...

Isabel and Houston Harte Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Coll-903
Overview The Isabel and Houston Harte Collection reflects a lifetime of journalistic interest in Texas by Houston Harte, who was both a journalist and newspaper executive. This collection of 269 books largely spans areas of interest in Texas history, though it touches on some issues of national relevance as well.

Kay McCracken papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-87
Scope and Contents The Kay McCracken papers consist of approximately 25 linear feet of materials including scrapbooks, diaries and notes on local bird sightings, correspondence, newsletters, and publications of many varieties such as her newspaper columns. Altogether, they comprise a wealth of information on local ornithology.