Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box 1
Overview Relatives and friends of Eulalio Marin donated to TAMU-CC Special Collections and Archives items pertaining to Eulalio Marin, a journalist, labor organizer, and civil rights leader. A founder and editor of newspapers he is remembered for calling a stop to infighting of Mexican American activists. This initiative led to the founding of the League of United Latin American Citizens. Newspaper articles and LULAC documents describe the historical and political events of Marin’s life.
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,...
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.