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    • Pine Log, 2011-11-10

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-09-22

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Bone Letter, February 21, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Medicine; Military life; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: many sick in camp, saddened by the Confederate defeat at Roanoke Island but gladdened by another victory at Fort Donelson, everyone in camp admired the gray Jeans she made and want some, he is extremely busy with...
    • Bone Letter, June 8, 1862

    • Military life; Health; Military medicine; Military hospitals; Civil War; Family; Military personnel
    • Camp Young. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he has been ordered to Tyler which pleases him, many men are sick at his camp, hospital provisions are scarce, many men in the hospital in town are dying from neglect, soldiers are demoralized and wickedness abounds.
    • Bone Letter, November 27, 1861

    • Civil War; Soldiers; Correspondence; Family
    • Camp Sanford, Austin County, Texas. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his appointment and pay, advice on raising their son and on her own conduct, hospitality of a woman who took in sick soldiers.
    • Group of Soldiers

    • Soldiers; Tents; Group portraits; Military personnel
    • A picture of soldiers standing in line in front of a row of tents. Four male officers and a woman in a decorated dress and kepi stand in front observing the line.
    • Pine Log, 2011-03-28

    • Students; Student works; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • 3-28-2011

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, November 2, 1863

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Weather; Military camps; Military deserters; Military life; Prisoners of war; Military reconnaissance;
    • William Taylor to Amelia Taylor. William writes of the weather and how muddy the bayou has gotten because of the rain. A deserter was shot from Randal's Brigade. He explains that the man thought he was with Union soldiers but it was really men from...
    • Middle East Trip, Suez, 1973

    • Travel; Visiting; People; Convoys; Soldiers; Uniforms; Military occupations;
    • On November 20, 1973 Representatives Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Charlie Wilson, Ray Taylor, Wolf, and staff consultant Clifford Hackett were accompanied by Gen Arik Sharon to the city of Suez in Egypt. The group received briefing from Israeli battalion...
    • General Order No. 132, September 4, 1865

    • Civil War; Military personnel; Military officers; Correspondence
    • General Order No. 132, San Antonio, Texas, to Officers and Soldiers of the 1st Brigade, signed by A. Willich, Brigadier General. Order informing soldiers he has been "relieved of command." September 4, 1865
    • Thomas Letters, November 7, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Military parades & ceremonies; World War I; Navies; Nazis; Love; Pianos;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert is glad that Lera is writing more often. A parade of 20,000 soldiers marched around. He says how the war business is looking really serious, but doesn't feel like it's as bad as it looks because...
    • Bone Letter, December 24, 1861

    • Correspondence; Soldiers; Health; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert, Austin County, Texas. Dr. Bone to Minerva: sent his horse home to be sold, requests mattress and quilt, financial matters, naming their new son, he's very busy with increasing numbers of sick soldiers.
    • Bone Letter, January 21, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Physicians; Family
    • Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his company has traveled through rain and sleet and snow to fight the Feds but have missed them, much suffering from exposure, hears rumors that soldiers in a Confederate camp have been taken prisoner and...
    • Pine Log, 2012-11-01

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-03-10

    • Students; Student works; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • 3-10-2011

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Los Caminos de Amistad:

    • Teaching; Activities; International relations; Cultural relations
    • Highways of friendship; Facts about the Americas; Spirit of Pan America; Legends; Latin American History; Hispanic American Culture; Inter-American Materials; Bibliographies
    • 1930 - 1933 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Documents; Diseases; Business & finance; Physicians;
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • Heinz Mobley

    • Family; Military uniforms; Military personnel; Soldiers
    • Back row (left to right) Shirley Rose Blackburn, Heinz Mobley in uniform, Judy Kolb- Sprayberry. Front row (left to right) Maritha Blackburn, unknown, unknown.
    • Littles, Elree

    • African Americans; Military uniforms; Portraits; World War II; Military service; Military personnel; Soldiers; Heraldry; Insignia; Military decorations
    • Formal army portrait of Elree Littles in his uniform. The patch at the bottom of his sleeve indicates he served overseas. The patch with two chevrons and a "T" indicates his was Technician 5th Class which was the same grade as a corporal. This rank...
    • Fears, Mondie

    • African Americans; Uniforms; Military personnel; Military service; Soldiers;
    • Mondie Fears in a uniform that appears to be from the World War I era. He is standing in front of a wooden building on stilts.
    • Veteran's Hospital

    • Postal cards; Veterans; Military hospitals; Health; Military personnel; Soldiers
    • Postcard with an image of the Veteran's Hospital in Fort Miley, San Francisco. The postcard was sent to Mrs. Mandy Fears in Appleby, Texas from her son. The person sending the postcard is at the hospital.
    • Rison, Velvin

    • African Americans; Military uniforms; World War II; Military service; Military personnel; Soldiers; Insignia; Military decorations;
    • Velvin Rison wearing his army uniform. His patch indicates his was Technician 5th Class which was the same grade as a corporal. This rank was used between 1942 and 1948.
    • Timpson Service Men

    • Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Military organizations; Militias; Rifles; Firearms;
    • A group of service men posing in front of the Methodist Church South in Timpson, Texas.
    • 1864 Joseph Baker letter about Battle of Mansfield

    • Civil War; Campaigns & battles; Battlefields; Military life; Soldiers; Death; War casualties; War; War damage;
    • Joseph Baker fought in the Battle of Mansfield in Louisiana on April 8-9, 1864. he wrote a letter after the battle and sent it to his family in San Augustine. In this battle the Confederates were able to turn back the Union army and prevent an...
    • Nacogdoches University Building

    • Schools; Universities & colleges; Buildings
    • Nacogdoches University Building in 1890
      Nacogdoches University was chartered in 1845 with its first home being the "Red House" in downtown Nacogdoches. In 1858, a permanent brick building was erected on Washington Square, a few blocks...
    • Bone Letter, December 31, 1861

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Civil War
    • Nacogdoches County, State of Texas. Minerva to Dr. Bone: is sending supplies he requested, news of deaths of acquaintances involved in the war, provisions, health, financial matters, respects from friends.
    • Nacogdoches University

    • Schools; Universities & colleges; Buildings
    • Nacogdoches University Building in 1890
      Nacogdoches University Building in 1890. Nacogdoches University was chartered in 1845 with its first home being the "Red House" in downtown Nacogdoches. In 1858, a permanent brick building was...
    • For Home and Country, 1918

    • Propaganda; World War I; War bonds & funds; War posters; Soldiers; Family
    • World War I propaganda poster urging Americans to buy Victory Liberty Loans. The poster, designed by artist Alfred Everitt Orr, portrays a soldier in uniform holding his son and embracing his wife. Posters like this were used to promote and finance...
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Soldiers; Military officers; War profiteering; Military service;
    • Bob to his parents about being back in the field. He writes about the hot weather which will be getting worse because the monsoon season is ending. He writes about a suicidal solider and complains about pro war politicians and business men. He...
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Drug abuse; Military service; Soldiers; Military life;
    • Bob to his parents concerning upcoming leave, how he likes getting mail, and asks about his family. He tells his parents he is saving money and staying off drugs.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; War destruction & pillage; War casualties; Military life; Military service; Soldiers;
    • Bob to his parents about a recent 16 day mission and how miserable conditions are in Vietnam and the jungle. He also writes that he learned a man can take more then he thinks.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Military service; Soldiers
    • Bob responding to parents about what he wants for Christmas. He writes that he is saving money. He also reassures his father that there are more than just the working class fighting in Vietnam.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Military service; Soldiers
    • Bob to his parents about running into a friend, Cecil Bettevy from home and asks them to tell Cecil's parents he looks great. He also asks his parents to make his siblings write more.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Drug abuse; Military service; Soldiers; Military rations; Military cookery;
    • Bob to his parents about getting a package they sent, the dehydrated food they eat, drug and alcohol use, and being homesick.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; War casualties; War damage; Reporters; Military service; Soldiers;
    • Bob to his family about his time in Vietnam. He addresses issues about Walter Cronkite and news reports. He mentions Tet, a recent ambush, and how he is homesick.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; War profiteering; Military service; Soldiers;
    • Bob to his parents. He is on patrol in the jungles of Vietnam. He writes about meeting someone from home, the horrors of the jungle, and the weather. He asks about his family and Christmas.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Soldiers; War casualties; Military service; Drug abuse;
    • Bob to his parents thanking them for the letters and care package that included a radio. He got a Christmas tree which they put up and decorated. He writes about his time left and mentions his 21st birthday.
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Military service; War casualties; War damage; Soldiers;
    • Bob to his parents about his time in Vietnam. He writes about not having a permanent address, a recent patrol, and what some soliders do when they have a "confirmed kill".
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Military service; Soldiers
    • Bob to his parents about his time in Vietnam. He writes about a recent march and tells his mom he needs a watch for guard duty.
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, July 18, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Economic aspects of war; Military deserters; Military camps;
    • Lawrence Taylor to Charles S. Taylor. Lawrence writes that the men in his regiment are given little food, only one good meal a day. He had to send his horse home with Alvin Swinburn because they had been dismounted. Treatment of the soldiers had...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, July 29, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Sick persons; Military camps; Military medicine;
    • Lawrence Taylor to Charles S. Taylor. Many of the soldiers at Camp Hope have the mumps and the camp has no medicine to treat them. Crystal Hill Camp was nicknamed "Camp of the Shadow of Death" because so many died there from illness. Mentions...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, August 5, 1862

    • Correspondence; Economic aspects of war; Economic & social conditions; Civil War; Scarcity; Assistance
    • Thomas J. Curl to Charles S. Taylor. Curl is writing to answer Taylor in regards to a proposal to make cloth and blankets for the soldiers. He finds it doubtful that they will be able to make anything but he would be willing to help in the effort.
    • Thomas Letters, June 15, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military education; Military camps; Military life; Military training;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a letter from Lera but it had taken a very long time to get to him. He was upset that she had not posted it sooner. His military training is very hard on him and he says that if he makes it...
    • Thomas Letters, July 17, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military training;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert has not heard from Lera and he tells her that he is not getting too upset yet. Apparently their last meeting did not go very well and Albert tells her that he hopes that she doesn't disappoint him....
    • Thomas Letters, July 13, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Dance parties; Vacations;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert arrived in Chicago after his R. O. T. C. training. The night of his arrival in Chicago he attended a dance held for sailors and soldiers. He did not enjoy it much so he left and joined up with some...
    • Thomas Letters, July 23, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military training; Military uniforms;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a letter from Lera and is apologizing for the previous letter that he sent her in which he was very upset with her for not writing. He is officially in the U. S. Army now. He says that the...
    • Thomas Letters, August 27, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Shelters; Bayonets; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military service; Military tactics; Military training; Military personnel; World War I; Soldiers;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas and Lera Millard. Albert tells Lera about the hike his battalion went on they made a bivouac. He is really sore and had blistered feet. He complains a little about Lear's short letters that she writes. Lera has made it...
    • Orton Family Letter, December 18, 1861

    • Correspondence; Indians of North America; Health & welfare; Food; Soldiers
    • R. D. Orton to Mrs. L. M. Orton. R. D. Orton, who is stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas, wrote to his mother about the conditions at the fort and he tells her not to worry about the Indians.
    • Bone Letter, November 16, 1861

    • Correspondence; Railroads; Travel; Military life; Civil War
    • Hemstead, Austin County, Texas, Dr. Bone to Minerva: amazement at vastness of prairies, traveling by rail, absence of males in towns, patriotic feelings of friendly hostesses, religious services, military funeral, scarcity of quinine.
    • Bone Letter, December 22, 1861

    • Correspondence; Health; Military life; Soldiers; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert, Dr. Bone to Minerva: his health, the health of acquaintances in his camp, health problems encountered--typhoid fever, sore legs, Catarrhal fever, colds--assures her that in spite of what she hears they have plenty to eat and are well...
    • Bone Letter, December 15, 1861

    • Correspondence; Military life; Medicine; Health; Civil War
    • No place given, Dr. Bone to Minerva: heard a Presbyterian sermon, contrast of morals of soldiers, differences of army practice and common practice of medicine, advice on raising the children.
    • Bone Letter, March 1, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Medicine; Military life; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he is too busy with the sick to write, he is well, they may be sent to Kentucky or Tennessee, a friend in camp will deliver money to her, advice on raising their children.
    • Bone Letter,  September 13, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life; Medicine; Health
    • Near Austin, Arkansas, Camp Holmes. Dr. Boneto Minerva: his regiment is entering the war zone, he is resigned to ignore rumors and to let time reveal their movements, one of the regiments that he sees is not doing well because of lack of...
    • Bone Letter, October 14, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Civil War
    • Near Hickory Plains, Ark. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he's not sure why they are moving in a circle unless it's to confuse the enemy, there are heavy rains and the men and horses are sick and weary.
    • Bone Letter, February 6, 1863

    • Correspondence; Military life; Military deserters; Civil War
    • Camp near Pine Bluff. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he has plenty of money but provisions are scarce and camp is dull, he will attend a shooting of four soldiers (3 deserters and 1 who shot an officer).
    • 1st Sergeant George Goetz

    • Military Officers; Armies; Prisoners of War; World War II; Soldiers;
    • Photograph of 1st Sergeant George Goetz, a German who served in the U. S. Army. He was a translator for Camp San Augustine and later became a successful state representative.
    • Stone Fort Rifles

    • Spanish-American War; Military camps; Military personnel; Military service; Military uniforms; Arms & armament
    • Stone Fort Rifles; July encampment, Austin, Texas, 1893. An unknown woman is standing in front of a group of soldiers holding a sword.
    • Advice

    • Religion; Preaching; Spiritual life; Advice
    • George Foreman, born in Marshall, Texas, is perhaps best known for his career and success as a professional boxer, but his accomplishments have also extended beyond sports. During his career, Foreman became an ordained minister and delivered many...
    • Appleton Poem

    • Poetry; Typewriting; War; Battlefields; World War I;
    • This creased paper is 8.5'' x 14'' and is a typewritten poem titled "The Fighting Failure" by Everard Jack Appleton. It describes the glory found by a group of soldiers that do not give up their fight during a losing battle. Was enclosed in a...
    • Barbed wire - German World War I

    • Barbed wire
    • These are examples of barbed wire fencing used as “concertina” wire in the European campaign during World War I. The twisted steel wire with barbs at regular intervals impeded or halted the passage of soldiers.
    • Pine Log, 2012-11-05

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-04-22

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-05-02

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2012-10-29

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-09-11

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2010-10-07

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-04-11

    • Students; Student works; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • 10-7-2010

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...

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