Cason Monk-Metcalf Funeral Directors started in the last decade of the 1800s and was incorporated in 1906 as Cason Monk & Co. The original owners were D.K. Cason, R.C. Monk, Edwin Gaston Jr., and Boutin Cason. They ran their funeral business above the Cason Monk Hardware Store on Main St. in Nacogdoches, TX. In 1947 the company acquired …
Community members play an integral role in collection development by providing institutions with archival material. However, it is also important for many families to keep their documents within the family. Community Collections is our way of bridging the needs of our researchers and our donors.
The collection consists of digitized …
The Corrigan Heritage Center will be the catalyst for social and community activity in Corrigan. Besides housing exhibits of historical and cultural significance for display, the Center will attract contributions of artifacts and collection for archival, restoration, and study purposes. Genealogical and other historic data will be …
In 2008, after receiving a grant from the National Park Service’s Preserve America Grant Program, the City of Nacogdoches and Stephen F. Austin State University began a cemetery interpretation project. Along with city personal the task involved three SFASU colleges (Arthur Temple College of Forestry & Agriculture, College of Liberal & …
The East Texas Research Center (ETRC) collects, preserves and provides access to East Texas’ unique cultural history. The ETRC houses photographs, documents, maps, books and other archival materials that emphasize eastern Texas life, culture, economy and history. The ETRC serves as a Regional Historical Resource Depository for the …
East Texas Digital Archives & Collections’ mission is to provide virtual access to archival material that supports the educational and research goals of Stephen F. Austin State University through the collaborative efforts of East Texas community members and other institutions. The East Texas Research Center at SFASU, which maintains Digital Archives & Collections, provide digital copies of photographs, documents, maps, books and other archival materials associated with the East Texas geographical region from the Gulf of Mexico north to the Red River and east of the Trinity River to Western Louisiana, which was once part of Texas. The digitized material is freely available to students, teachers and the general public for their historical and genealogical research.