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Scope and Contents The Antonio Rodriguez and Josefina Barrera Fuentes family papers include correspondence, unprinted manuscripts, ledgers of meeting minutes and membership rosters from clubs such as Alianza Hispano Americano, pamphlets, brochures, flyers, periodicals, clippings, newspapers, books, photographs, motion picture film, cameras, gavels, framed images, and other memorabilia and records. They include both the Fuentes library and materials he acquired as the last living legal trustee of Obreros Hall,...
Overview The Brandt Badger Civil War letters (known previously as the Brandt and Callie Badger Papers) consist of approximately forty-two letters and four related documents dating from the United States Civil War. They are primarily letters from Brandt Badger to Callie Jones Badger written between 1861 and 1863 and reflect Brandt's activities in the Confederate military. The letters and documents reflect a number of issues, including daily camp life for the Confederate soldiers, hospital life, and the...
Scope and Contents The Clifford C. Edge papers contain his type-written manuscripts, notes, and some correspondence containing related information on Robstown, surrounding towns, and Texas history.
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Scope and Contents This collection includes exhibition catalogs, correspondence, press clippings, photographs, artifacts, and other records relating to Greg Reuter's career as an artist and a faculty member at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Overview Regent Emerita Guadalupe L. Rangel was appointed to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents by Governor Ann Richards in 1993 for a six-year term. It was a highly transformative period for the Texas A&M University System during which the System was expanded, and all System rules and policies were changed. South Texas had not been represented on the Board of Regents for twenty years. Her appointment followed a legal case which required the South Texas Initiative to expand the...
Scope and Contents The Meuly-Daimwood family papers contain an extensive number of documents, photographs, and books related to the daily lives of several prominent, related families in Corpus Christi, Texas, and its surrounding area during the 19th and 20th centuries. These family names include Meuly, Daimwood, Magnenat, Blucher, Humphreys, Rahn, and Creglow. As such, the collection reveals much about the growth of Corpus Christi from its earliest days as a frontier community through the boom times of the modern...
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Scope and Contents The Rachel Bluntzer Hebert papers consist of her research notes, information on her writing, correspondence, clippings and other publications on San Patricio and Irish settlers, family lineage documentation, and similar materials relative to local Texas history.
- Subject: Correspondence X
- Allen, Robert H., Mr. 1
- Armstrong, Anne, Ms. 1
- Aviles, Dionel, Dr. 1
- Badger, Brandt 1
- Badger, Callie Jones 1
- Blucher family 1
- Confederate States of America. Army. Waul's Texas Legion 1
- Creglow family 1
- Daimwood family 1
- Edge, Clifford C. 1
- Fuentes family 1
- Fuentes, Antonio Rodriguez 1
- Fuentes, Josefina Barrera 1
- Hebert, Rachel Bluntzer 1
- Humphreys family 1
- Lindsey, John H., Mr. 1
- Magnenat family 1
- McClure, Frederick D., Mr. 1
- Meuly family 1
- Meuly, Conrad 1
- Nye, Erle, Mr. 1
- O'Connor, T. Michael, Mr., Vice Chair (TAMUS Board of Regents) 1
- Powell, Don, Mr., Chairman (TAMUS Board of Regents) 1
- Prairie View A&M University 1
- Rahn family 1
- Reuter, Gregory 1
- Texas A&M International University 1
- Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) 1
- Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi 1 ∧ less