Woldert Family Papers, 1838-1934
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Brief Description: The collection includes a letter from Albert Woldert, M. D., to Rev. George L. Crocket and a carbon copy of a typed manuscript (with handwritten notes and corrections) called THE ACTUAL LOCATION OF THE TEJAS VILLAGE (SAN PEDRO) AND THE SPANISH MISSIONS IN HOUSTON COUNTY, TEXAS written in 1934 by Albert Woldert, M. D. Also included is a bound issue of CHRONICLES OF OKLAHOMA, June, 1923, containing Albert Woldert's article, "Last of the Cherokees in Texas." The volume includes typed and handwritten notes by the author as well as four black and white photographs pertaining to the article. The collection also contains photocopies of several letters and documents pertaining to William W. Wingfield (the great, great grandfather of Elva Buford Woldert), Adolphus Sterne, and Robert W. Hall as well as a Wingfield Family coat-of-arms. Also included are photocopies of the typed manuscript, EAST TEXAS, by William Albert Woldert. The manuscript includes photocopies of photos and drawings pertaining to East Texas. There are eight parts of the manuscript and an index which resembles a table of contents.
Held at:
East Texas Research Center
1936 North Street
Nacogdoches, TX 75961
Phone: 936-468-4636
Email: asketrc [at] sfasu.edu
Record Series Number: A/95
Created by: Woldert, William Albert (1855-1937), Woldert, Albert (1867-1959)
Volume: 1.5 Linear Feet
Subject Index
Texas, East -- History -- Sources
Wingfield, William W.
Woldert, Albert, 1867-1959 -- Written works
Woldert, William Albert, 1855-1937 -- Written works