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    • Pine Log, 2012-10-18

    • 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...
    • McFarland-Russell Letter, May 14, 1871

    • Family; Entertainment; Fishing; Sailing; Boats; Land use; Land; Correspondence
    • From Robert Russell (Orange, Texas) to Kate McFarland (Bleakwood, Texas). Robert writes to Kate about a recent fishing trip, friends, and family. He has sent some medicine to her mother. He writes about an upcoming sailing trip he is making on the...
    • McFarland-Russell Letter, June 25, 1871

    • Correspondence; Family; Entertainment; Weather; Floods; Transportation; Postal service
    • To Kate McFarland (Bleak Wood, Newton County, Texas) from Robert Russell (Orange, Orange County, Texas). Robert writes Kate about the opening performance of a new thespian group. They performed two shows for the whites and one for the blacks. The...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, December 17, 1861

    • Interpersonal relations; Economic & social conditions; Economic aspects of war; Social life; War relief; Scarcity; Civil War; Tableaux
    • Eugenia Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She writes that she received word of Riley's Regiment camped on the Rio Grande and that they were without ammunition. Mr. A. wrote from Ft. Davis about Colonel Baylor and the lack of ammunition. She also writes...
    • John L. Watts letter, July 21, 1856

    • Counterfeiting; Law & legal affairs; Law enforcement; Money
    • To John L. Watts from G.H. Guptill. Mr. Guptill writes about different people involved in a counterfeiting ring. He writes that Capt. J.C. Moore, J.C. Glover, Dr. Mars, and B.H. Alexander have been shot and that the Regulators are responsible for...
    • Pine Log, 2012-02-20

    • 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...
    • Texas School of the Air:

    • Radio broadcasting; Education; Teaching; Adult education; Programs; Audiovisual materials
    • Language arts series; social science series; natural science series; vocational series; music series; radio equipment; recorded transcriptions
    • McFarland-Russell Letter, July 9, 1880

    • Correspondence; Family; Business & finance; Gardening; Friendship; Childhood & youth
    • From R.C. McFarland to R.E. Russell. Mr. McFarland writes about family and friends. He discusses the progress and growth of his children. He talks about being busy with the yard work, fish fries, and visiting friends. He also writes about plans...
    • James Carlton Owens Letter, May 3, 1944

    • World War II; Military service; Correspondence; Military life; Military personnel
    • James Carlton Owens to his parents. He writes about the weather and asks if they have been fishing. He asks them to write but worries that he will not have the time to write them often. James also writes that he passed his G.I.C. test.
    • 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...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, December 29, 1860

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; Political issues; Indians of North America; Civil War; Abolitionists;
    • Eugenia Sterne Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She starts out by telling Taylor about companies forming to go out on the frontier. She mentions Indian problems on the northern boarder of Texas. She voices her concerns over the issues of civil war,...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, February 23, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Interpersonal relations; Social life; Economic & social conditions; Economic aspects of war;
    • Eugenia Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She writes about how expensive goods have become and gives prices for the "principle articles of food." She writes about visiting the governors house, Francis R. Lubbock. She mentions Charles and Toliver and how...
    • 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...
    • Thomas Letters, May 4, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Night; Balls (Parties); Dance; Bands; Music; Weather; Studying; Patriotism; Farming;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells stories of what he's been doing the last few nights. He writes about his friend Cason, who can get out of hand. There is a dance for the boys who are going to the Training Camp the night...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, July 8, 1845

    • Legislative bodies; State government; Holidays; Voting; Vote counting; Political elections; Political issues; Correspondence
    • From James H. Starr and addressed to Charles S. Taylor. Starr writes that the letter is also intended for Thomas Rusk. Starr tells about a Fourth of July celebration with a speech by Col. Jennings, a parade with Col. Wade, and a dance. Starr goes...
    • Cason Letter to Thomas Family 1934

    • Correspondence; Health; Education; Children; Universities & colleges;
    • A letter from Maurine M. Cason to the Thomas family. The envelope is postmarked Beaumont, July 3, 1934 and has a 3-cent George Washington stamp and is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thomas, 2208 Isabella, Houston, Texas. Cason writes about being...
    • Pine Log, 2012-04-23

    • 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, 2013-03-25

    • 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...
    • Texas Public Schools High School English

    • Grammar; Schools; Language; Teaching; Books; Standardization; Education; Plans;
    • Volume 12; number 3 From foreword: "Since English Bulletin 312 is out of print the Division of Supervision of the State Department of Education decided that at least some suggestions should be given to English teachers especially to those that have...
    • Mayfield letter, 1842

    • Correspondence; Actions & defenses; Assistance;
    • A letter from Mayfield about a suit against S. Thomas, J.D. Thomas, Mary Thomas, and others. A grant is mentioned a few times. At the end of the letter Mayfield writes he acknowledged a forging that was read to him.
    • Mary Eccleston Diary

    • Women; Socialites; Social Life; Religion; Episcopal churches;
    • Mary Louise Anable Eccleston was born in New York City around 1838. On May 20, 1856 she married Reverend John Clarkson Eccleston, M.D., who was born Maryland. Between 1856 and 1863, Dr. Eccleston was rector of St. John's Episcopal Church in Staten...
    • Houston letter, 1834

    • Business & finance;
    • A letter to Mr. Teel from his friend Mr. Houston. Houston writes that he couldn't take a fee from a man but his charge to Teel will be $150.
    • Bone Letter, December 7, 1861

    • Correspondence; Military life; Health; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert, Austin County, Texas, Dr. Bone to Minerva: Galveston vacated by General Hebert causing great excitement, requests a Bible and another suit of clothes and his case of instruments
    • Orton Family Letter, March 31, 1840

    • Family; Correspondence; Travel; Farm produce; Employment; Business & finance; Slaves; Slavery
    • Letter from Sidney Maury Orton to his wife Louisa. He describes his difficult trip from Natchitoches, Louisiana, to San Augustine, Texas. He mentions a number of people including a Captain Burdit and E. Fuller. He describes a possible “honorable”...
    • McFarland-Russell Letter, July 16, 1871

    • Correspondence; Family; Friendship; Travel; Health & welfare
    • From Robert Russell (Orange, Texas) to Kate McFarland (Bleakwood, Newton County, Texas). Robert writes to Kate about family and friends, a possible marriage, and his recent trip to the "Pine Woods." He talks about Miss Lydia and Miss Jane Cochran...
    • James H. Starr Letter, April 15, 1868

    • Business & finance; Debt; Health & welfare; Correspondence
    • Letter from James H. Starr, New Orleans to James F. Thorn, New York. Starr writes about a thousand dollar debt owed by Thorn and Raguet. He also states that his breathing is improving and that he should be better by the time he returns to...
    • Howe-Piper Letter, May 28, 1900

    • Correspondence; Home food processing; Cookery; Food; Clothing & dress; Textiles; Pottery; Plants; Transportation; Carts & wagons; Horns (Animal); Manners & customs; Childhood & youth; Children; Health; Bathing
    • Letter from Edgar Wellington Howe, Bayambang, Philippines to his daughter, Gertrude. Edgar gives his daughter a detailed account of what he sees in the Philippines. He writes about certain types of food and food storage, social customs, women's...
    • 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; 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 7, 1861

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; Economic & Social conditions; Economic aspects of war;
    • Letter from Milam Taylor, Fort Bliss, to Charles S. Taylor. He mentions Ben Thorn and rumors of abolition taking Fort Bliss. He also writes about crops and trading food with the Mexicans.
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, December 7, 1859

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; Travel;
    • Letter from E. W. Cave to Charles S. Taylor. He is writing from Alto, TX where he had to stop because of problems with a spring. Cave also writes about how cold the weather has been. It appears that he is traveling with his family.
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 21, 1860

    • Correspondence; Economic & social conditions; War; Government relations; Railroads; Civil War;
    • Letter from C. W. Cave to Charles S. Taylor. He writes about the Rio Grande War, Col. Ford and his misconduct. Tobin, Sabine Pass Railroad Charter, South Carolina Secession and a call for a Southern Convention, Bids for Pacific Railroad in...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, November 3, 1860

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations;
    • Julia Taylor Curl to Charles S. Taylor. Julia writes about chinkapin picking with Henry, going to Sulphur Springs in Chireno with Henry and Carrie, as well as the new couples living arrangements and her hopes of getting a house of her own.
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 23, 1861

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; Political issues; Secession;
    • Eugenia Sterne Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She writes about how beautiful Austin is and her visit to Mount Bonnell to see Judge Townes. She mentions people who stopped by to visit: Harvey H. Allen, Dr. Robards, Gen. Edwards and Clark. She still...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, December 29, 1861

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military scouts; Medical aspects of war; Military life;
    • Milam Taylor to Charles S. Taylor. Writes that about half his company is sick. General Sibley's command is getting close, and Captain Rusk and Hardeman's companies have arrived. Colonel Baylor went out scouting the area. He also mentions that he...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 24, 1862

    • Correspondence; Economic & social conditions; Economic aspects of war; Interpersonal relations; Sick persons; Sick children;
    • Eugenia Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She is still asking Taylor to collect money owed to her mother Mrs. Sterne. She says that money is scarce in Austin, TX and that all she sees are Treasury Warrants. Eugenia mentions that they moved to a new...
    • 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, December 4, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Sick persons; Smallpox; Military bands; Military camps; Military leadership; Military life; Military maneuvers; Military officers; Military medicine; Military tactics; Weather;
    • F. Voigt, Camp Bayou, Metoe Prairie County near Brownsville, Ark., to Charles S. Taylor. Voigt is writing Taylor to inform him of the recent "incidents and conditions" of the Texas Regiments in the Arkansas wilderness. He mentions William Taylor's...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, June 20, 1869

    • Correspondence; Cotton; Economic & social conditions;
    • Letter from Irion to unknown. He is writing from Springville telling the recipient of the letter that they should come because there are several job opportunities. His cotton crop is doing very well. Writes about the cost of boarding and the lack...
    • Republican National Convention, 1968

    • Political activity; Political campaigns; Political conventions; Political organizations; Political participation; Politicians;
    • The 1968 Republican National Convention was held in Miami Beach, Florida. Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew were the nominees.
    • Thomas Letters, September 19, 1916

    • Students; Dormitories; Education; Railroad travel; Railroad porters;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Writes about how different Houston is from Nacogdoches, starting school and admittance into the dormitories. Mentions the Pullman they rode on and the porter who shined their shoes. He says that he hopes...
    • Thomas Letters, October 15, 1916

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Studying; Circuses & shows; Dance parties;
    • Letter from Albert to Lera. Albert finally received a letter from Lera and is very disappointed in her. He took a boat ride with some friends and had lunch at the San Jacinto Battle Ground but he said he did really enjoy himself because Lera was...
    • Thomas Letters, September 23, 1916

    • Education; Students; Hazing; Initiation rites; Social life;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. In the letter Albert writes about registration at the Rice Institute and the social life at the institute. He also discusses the hazing that occurred at the school. Albert mentions an incident in which the...
    • Thomas Letters, November 15, 1916

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Fraternal organizations; Social life; Courtship; Students; Dance parties;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. He received a letter from Lera. Woodmen of the World, Nacogdoches. Freshman Dance will happen Friday nigh and he has a Physics exam Saturday morning so he was not going to go so he can study. Writes that...
    • Thomas Letters, October 27, 1916

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Physicists; Physics; Studying; Students; Social life; Courtship
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert has not received a letter from Lera in a while and just assumes that she is busy. He has been really busy as well with his studies. Albert writes that physics is the hardest course at the Institute...
    • Thomas Letters, September 26, 1916

    • Courtship; Parades & processions; Snake dance; Education; Universities & colleges; Students; Hazing;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert has finally received a letter from Lera in which she apparently discusses the attention she is receiving from other boys in the absence of Albert. In the letter he also writes about the Rice...
    • Thomas Letters, April 7, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Teachers; World War I; Military training; Students; Studying; Social life; Courtship;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a letter from Lera that morning. He explains to her that all the news is posted for the students on a bulletin board and it is up to the students to stay informed. That morning as he was...
    • Thomas Letters, March 3, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Studying; Social life; Courtship;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a letter from Lera. Trigg's girlfriend, M.L.B., sent him some pictures of herself and Lera. Albert was not very happy with them. He went to town because he could not study and now he is...
    • Thomas Letters, March 2, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Studying; Basketball; Aircraft; Airplanes; Hazing; Courtship;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells Lera that he is having a hard time concentrating on writing her the letter because planes keep flying over the school. The planes fly over so much he is sick of seeing them. He writes about...
    • Thomas Letters, April 3, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Daylight savings; Motion pictures; Courtship;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert writes about the new time changes that went into effect when the United States adopted daylight savings time in March of 1918. He feels that the new time standard is a good thing because more work...
    • Thomas Letters, July 28, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military deserters; Military life; Military officers; Military personnel; Military inspections;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells Lera that some of the boys stayed in Chicago four hours later than they should have and they got in trouble. One of his friends went A. W. O. L. the previous night and is being punished. He...
    • 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...
    • Thomas Letters, April 12, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Friendship; Dance;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert is upset that Lera stopped writing a lot. He realizes she has other things to worry about, though. He talks about coming home again, but doesn't want to because people will talk. He tells about...
    • Thomas Letters, October 24, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Military camps; Military officers; Military life; African Americans; Joking;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. There was a parade of troops. Many black troops joined them. Albert was shocked to see the number of black commissioned officers. He tells the reasons why he prefers military life to regular college life....
    • Thomas Letters, November 4, 1919

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert is clearly upset with the lack of letters he is receiving from Lera. He writes very aggressive sentences basically saying that he is tired of just getting one or two letters a week when he's sending...
    • Thomas Letters, November 26, 1919

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Fraternities & sororities; Love letters; Love;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert apologizes for the comments he made concerning Lera's decision to pledge Tri Delta. He congratulates her. He tells of his Papa being down, the way he writes letters, and how he doesn't want her...
    • Thomas Letters, October 31, 1919

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Sadness; Football; Gambling;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert has not been receiving nearly as many letters from Lera as he writes to her. He wants Lera to cheer up and not feel so blue. He would rather she stay at school then visit him at that moment. Albert...
    • Thomas Letters, February 10, 1920

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Love; Dance; Dance parties; Dating (Social custom);
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert expresses how he feels about not getting as many letters from Lera as he writes to her. He is getting discouraged in writing so many letters, but still wants to continue doing so. Albert has been...
    • Thomas Letters, March 5, 1920 (2)

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Examinations; Studying;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert expresses how greatful he is that Lera still writes him. His exams are starting. He explains the way he studies.
    • Francis Wilson Letter, April 3, 1850

    • Universities & Colleges; Family; Education; Students; Land; Clergy
    • A letter from Adam Poe [?] in Ohio City, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. The letter discusses the failed Weslyan College and it's students. Poe also writes about his family and friends, his possible move to Texas, and his methodist faith.
    • Letter to Bennett Blake from J. L. Payne

    • Money; Correspondence; Cotton; Agriculture; Employment; Unemployed;
    • Letter to Bennett Blake from J. L. Payne re: land, financial concerns,and a bad crop season. Payne writes that money is scarcest he has ever seen and people are looking for work in the west, in the saw mills, or anywhere they can find work.
    • Orton Family Letter, May 12, 1839

    • Family; Corn; Agriculture; Business & finance; Land; Correspondence
    • From S. M. Orton (San Augustine, Texas) to Mrs. Louisa M. Orton (Lexington, Tennessee). Sidney just arrived Texas and informs Louisa about family and friends including the Greer and Danell family. He writes that Texas is a good place with lots of...
    • James Carlton Owens Letter, April 30, 1944

    • World War II; Military service; Correspondence; Military life; Military personnel; Military policy; Military standards
    • A letter and its envelope dated April 30, 1944 sent by James Carlton Owens A.S. from address Co. 44-269, U. S. N. T. C., San Diego, 33, CA. to his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens at Route 1, Appleby, Texas. James writes about his time on the Naval...
    • James Carlton Owens Letter, May 7, 1944

    • World War II; Military personnel;Correspondence; Envelopes; Navies
    • A letter written on May 7, 1944 by James Carlton Owens a Navy seaman during his service in World War II to his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens in Appleby, Texas. Owens writes about attending church, young naval personnel and Mother's day. At the...
    • James Carlton Owens Letter, June 4, 1944

    • World War II; Military life; Correspondence; Navies
    • A letter from James Carlton Owens a Navy seaman during his service in World War II to his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens in Appleby, Texas. Owens writes about getting more ice cream, going fishing when he visits and his family's crops.
    • Postcard of Cholla Cactus, June 19, 1944

    • World War II; Postcards; Navies; Cactus
    • Postcard sent by James Carlton Owens, a navy seaman to his father Mr. W. J. Owens, Appleby, Texas. The picture shows a cholla cactus. On the reverse Owens writes, "Dad you all have probably seen these cactus, well I am O. K. standing the trip fine...
    • James Carlton Owens Letter, May 10, 1944

    • World War II; Military life; Correspondence; Navies
    • A letter written by James Carlton Owens a navy seaman during his service in World War II to his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens in Appleby, Texas. Owens mentions receiving correspondence from family members and requests more of the same. He writes...
    • James Carlton Owens Letter, May 30, 1944

    • World War II; Military life; Correspondence; Envelopes; Navies
    • A letter written by James Carlton Owens a navy seaman during his service in World War II to his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens in Appleby, Texas. Owens writes about his experience on the shooting range, food items, the transfer of fellow company...
    • Thomas and Eakins, February 1938

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Correspondence; Employment; Road construction; Occupations; Government officials; Presidents; Politicians; Politics & government; Newspapers; Clippings; Political patronage; Pensions; Construction; Traffic...
    • Correspondence between Albert Thomas and Chas. S. Eakins in February 1938. Eakins wrote to Thomas about getting a position on the new Houston traffic survey approved by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Eakins includes a newspaper clipping about...
    • Thomas and Evans, April 1937

    • Letters; Correspondence; Government officials; Legislators; Political posters; Politicians; Politics & government; Political organizations; Political conventions; Political activity; Women; Women's suffrage; Hotels; Donkeys; Cartoons (Working...
    • Exchange of typed correspondence between Albert Thomas and Mrs. May Thompson Evans, the Assistant Director of the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee. The exchange occurred in April 1937. Evans writes to Thomas regarding the...
    • S. 2697 Notes and Amendments

    • Political issues; Politics & government; Legislators; Legislation; Agriculture; Cotton; Cotton industry; Surplus commodities; Warehouses; Political issues; Price lists; Prices; Committees; Commodity exchanges; Letterheads;
    • Notes and Amendment to Senate Act 2697. The Act deals with the "exchange of surplus agricultural commodities" from the U.S. for "reserve stocks of strategic and critical materials produced abroad." The first few notes are about the cost and...
    • Woodring, Henderson to Thomas, June 1939

    • Letters; Legislators; Correspondence; Military facilities; Airports; Estates; Politicians; Politics & government; Real estate development; Letterheads; Maps;
    • Typed correspondence between Albert Thomas, Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring, and lawyer Devereaux Henderson in June 1939. The letters are about the possibility of turning the Frank R. Bell Estate in Houston in a military airport.
    • Thomas and Parsons August 1938

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Family; Friendship; Government officials; Hospitals; Employment; Childhood & youth; Animal feeding; Animals; Farms; Political patronage; Politicians; Schools;
    • Correspondence between Albert Thomas and his aunt Hattie Thomas Parsons of Nacogdoches, Texas in August 1938. Parsons writes reminiscing on Thomas's childhood. She also asks Thomas to help her friend Gene Lynch secure a job. Thomas responds saying...
    • Noyes to Thomas 01-18-1937

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Legislation; Correspondence; Government officials; Political activity; Political issues; Political organizations; Political representation; Politicians; Politics & government; Committees; Constituents; Cities &...
    • This letter is typed on stationary from The Citizens’ Joint Committee on National Representation for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. headquartered at Room 425 Evening Star Building. In the letter, Noyes writes: Dear Representative...
    • Jed Johnson to Thomas 11-28-1936

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Committees; Correspondence; Government officials; Political campaign funds; Political campaigns; Political organizations; Politics & government; Politicians; Political elections; Money; Voting
    • This is a typed letter from Jed Johnson (1888-1963), Chairman of the Speakers’ Bureau in the Democratic National Congressional Committee, member of the Committee on Appropriations, and chairman of the Legislative Steering Committee (Oklahoma,...
    • Luther Johnson to Thomas 07-27-1938

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Political elections; Politicians; Politics & government; Victories; Government officials; Vote counting; Voting; Political parties; Political participation;
    • Typed letter on 6th Dist. Texas, Congress of the United States, House of Representatives stationary from Luther A. Johnson from Corsicana, Texas. Johnson writes: Dear Albert: I thank you for your letter of congratulations. My majority was over...
    • Whitaker Sympathy Letter 1934

    • Envelopes; Death; Condolence notes; Children; Correspondence;
    • A handwritten sympathy card from Kitty Whitaker, Rt. 2, Appleby, Texas postmarked from Shreveport, Louisiana in June 1934. The letter is dated June 24, 1934 and addressed to Lera and Albert Thomas at 2208 Isabella Avenue, Hoston, Texas. Written...
    • 1852 Letter from D. Hays in San Augustine

    • Farming; Croplands; Corn; Cotton; African Americans; Slavery; Railroads; Hunting; Travel; Families;
    • A letter from D. Hays in San Augustine, Texas, to his brother, James Hays, regarding family, corn and cotton crops, slaves, and the railroad. Sent in response to three letters sent June 12, 20, and July 4 of 1852. D Hays had been in Fort Jesup...
    • Foreman Sympathy Letter 1936

    • Condolence notes; Writing; Grief; Death; Architecture; Automobiles; Stationery; Hotels;
    • This is a two-page handwritten condolence letter from Percy Foreman written on letterhead of the Texas State Hotel in Houston, Texas, dated September 9, 1936. It is addressed to Albert [Thomas] and it is from P. F. (Percy Foreman Room 1431). He...
    • Scrapbook 02

    • Scrapbooks; Historic buildings; Historical markers; History; Cemeteries; Buildings; Courthouses; Hotels; Civil War;
    • Newspaper clippings about Nacogdoches history including the courthouse, Hotel Fredonia, old Nacogdoches University building,
    • Pine Log, 2013-02-25

    • 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, 2011-10-10

    • 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, 2013-02-21

    • 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, 2013-03-21

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
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    • 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, 2010-09-16

    • 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, 2010-09-20

    • 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, 2010-10-11

    • 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, 2010-11-15

    • 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, 2010-11-18

    • 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, 2012-03-01

    • 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, 2012-04-16

    • 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, 2012-01-30

    • 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, 2010-10-25

    • 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, 2010-09-27

    • 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, 2011-02-10

    • 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...

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