George Louis Crocket Papers, 1787-1960 | East Texas Research Center

Collection Overview

Title: George Louis Crocket Papers, 1787-1960Add to your cart.

ID: A/12

Primary Creator: Crocket, George Louis (1861-1936)

Extent: 21.0 Linear Feet

Subjects: Crocket, George Louis, 1861-1936 -- Correspondence, Texas, East -- Pictorial works

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Letters, notebooks, lectures, articles, speeches, biographical studies and other papers relating to feuds, rebellions, churches, schools and colleges in San Augustine and Nacogdoches. Includes folklore, family history and sketches on Texans and prominent U.S. and foreign citizens. Includes maps and charts, newspaper clippings on history and world events of 1900-1930. A significant portion of this collection contains George Crocket's original art work.

Collection Historical Note

George Louis Crocket, author of "Two Centuries in East Texas," was the "Grand Old Man of East Texas" - known and honored as a churchman, scholar, historian, humanitarian, and craftsman.

The twinkling eyed Irishman was born in a two room house in San Augustine, June 3, 1861, the youngest of five children of George Fulton Crocket and Elmira Louisa Sharp Crocket; he died January 3, 1936, in Memorial Hospital, Nacogdoches, Texas of a heart ailment.

After completing his education in the public schools of San Augustine and at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn., Mr. Crocket served as pastor of the Episcopal Church in San Augustine for forty-two years and as part time pastor of Nacogdoches for twenty-four years. He did missionary work in Lufkin, Corrigan, Garrison, New Birmingham, and Center.

In 1929 Mr. Crocket became Professor Emeritus of History at Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College in Nacogdoches, where he collected and organized data relating to the history of East Texas.

Mr. Crocket was a civic minded citizen, taking a vital part in the work of the Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club, the East Texas Historical Society, the Nacogdoches Historical Society, and the Boy Scouts of America.

("George Crocket." Control File, East Texas Research Center. Ralph W. Steen Library. Stephen F. Austin State University.)

Subject/Index Terms

Crocket, George Louis, 1861-1936 -- Correspondence
Texas, East -- Pictorial works

Administrative Information

Repository: East Texas Research Center

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Crocket, George Louis. An historical sketch. San Augustine, TX: s.n., 197-  ETRC F394.S215 C76x

Crocket, George Louis. Nacogdoches. S.l.; s.n., 19--  ETRC F394.N32 C76x

Crocket, George Louis. Two centuries in East Texas ; a history of San Augustine County and surrounding territory from 1685. Austin, TX: Hart Graphics, 1982. ETRC F392.S23 C8 1982x

Crocket, George Louis. Two centuries in East Texas; a history of San Augustine County and surrounding territory from 1685 to the present time. Dallas, TX: Southwest Press, 1932. ETRC F392.S23 C8


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[Box 1: Biography A-H],
[Box 2: Biography J-S],
[Box 3: Biography T-Y, Churches, Cities and Counties],
[Box 4: Letters A-G],
[Box 5: Letters H-L],
[Box 6: Letters M-S],
[Box 7: Letters T-Y],
[Box 8: Notes],
[Box 9: Notebooks],
[Box 10: Notes],
[Box 11: Notes and Writings],
[Box 12: Writings],
[Box 13: Writings],
[Box 14: Research],
[Box 15: Research],
[Box 16: Research],
[Box 17: Letters and Notes],
[Box 18: Notes],
[Box 19: Research, A-H],
[Box 20: Research, H-L],
[Box 21: Research, M-N],
[Box 22: Research, Nacogdoches],
[Box 23: Research, R-S],
[Box 24: Research, San Augustine],
[Box 25: Research, San Augustine],
[Box 26: Research, San Augustine],
[Box 27: Research, San Augustine],
[Box 28: Research, San Augustine],
[Box 29: Research, Texas],
[Box 30: Research, Texas],
[Box 31: Research],
[Box 32: Miscellaneous],
[Box 33: Writings],
[Box 34: Miscellaneous],
[Box 35: Research],
[Box 36: Crocket Family],
[Box 37: Art Work],
[Box 38: Writings],
[Box 39: Writings],
[Box 40: Research],
[Box 41: Research],
[Box 42: Research],
[Box 43: Photocopy of manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters I - IX.],
[Box 44: Photocopy of manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters X - conclusion.],
[Box 45: Original manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters I - IX.],
[Box 46: Original manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters X - conclusion.],
[Bundle 1: Certificates and Art],
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Box 1: Biography A-HAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: "Pertinent Comments upon Archaeology," A. V. Kidder. Mimeograph. 13 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 2A: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Anderson, Jonathan and John Payne anecdote. Handwritten. 1 p. Typescript. 1 p.

Anderson, Kenneth Lewis. Typescript 2 p.

Arnold, Major James R. Typescript. 3 p.

Austin, Stephen F. and Anthony Butler: Letters from the Historical Collections of the Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Texas. Printed. 127 p. 1924.

Folder 2B: BiographyAdd to your cart.

BARON DE BASTROP, GOD-FATHER OF TEXAS, by C. R. Wharton. Printed. 33 p.

Bean, Peter Ellis. Information from W. D. Pike, by Jim Power. Handwritten. 5 p. Typescript. 2 p.

Bean, Peter Ellis Home on the Carrizo. Typescript. 3 p.

Bean, Peter Ellis Home on the Carrizo. Handwritten. 4 p.

Bean, Peter Ellis lease of salt lick to Stephen Prather. Typed copy. 1 p.

Bean, Peter Ellis a/c with Stephen Prather deed. Typed copy. 1 p.

Blount, Stephen W. Typescript. [1st page carbon]. 2 p.

Blount, S. W. . Handwritten. 4 p.

Folder 2C: BiographyAdd to your cart.
Canfield, Alanson Wyllys Typescript. 2 p.
Folder 2D: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Davis, General James. Handwritten notes. 1 p.

Davis, General James. Battle of Lipantitlan. Typescript. 2 p.

Davis, General James. Handwritten. 3 p.

Folder 2E: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Edwards, Haden. Abstract from a report of a committee of Board of Aldermen of the City of Nacogdoches 1852. Printed. 1 p.

Amos Clark to Col. H. T. Edwards. Typescript carbon. 1 p.

Edwards, Haden Estate. Maps of Edwards, Henry Hoover, James Faddis headright. Hand-drawn. 1 p.

Edwards, Haden. Resolutions from the Committee of Vigilance and Safety. Typescript carbon. 3 p.

Edwards, Haden. Terms of sale for the towns of Fredonia and Cotton-Plant. Typescript carbon. 2 p.

Edwards, Haden (Courthouse, Nacogdoches County). Typescript. 3 p.

Folder 2F: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Forbes, John Handwritten notes. 1 p.

Forbes, John. The Story of John Forbes. Newspaper clipping. 1 p.

Ford, John Salmon. Extracts from the Memoirs of John Salmon Ford. Typescript. 96 p.

Folder 2G: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Gaines, James Typescript. 1 p.

Greer, John Alexander. Handwritten. 8 p.

Folder 2H: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Harrison, Jonas Survey. Hand drawn map and typescript. 6p

Harrison, Jonas Grave Typescript. 6p.

Harrison, Jonas Grave, letter John H. Broocks to Geo. Crocket. 1 p.

Harrison, Jonas. Typed, handwritten corrections. 1 p.

Harrison, Jonas, search for the grave. Typescript Carbon. 2 p.

Harrison, Jonas Grave, letter Geo. L. Crocket to S. E. Asbury, 1933 [carbon] 1 p.

Harrison, Jonas Grave, letter Geo. L. Crocket to S. E. Asbury, 1934 [carbon] 1 p.

Holman, Colonel W. W. Holman letters. Typescript Carbon. 4 p.

Houston, Sam proclamation. Typescript. 1 p.

Box 2: Biography J-SAdd to your cart.
Folder 2J: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Jackson, Stonewall Typescript. 3 p.

Jones, Anson Republic of Texas. Typescript with handwritten notes. 9 p.

Folder 2L: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Lamar, Mirabeau. Notes from Herbert P. Gambrell's MIRABEAU BONAPARTE LAMAR. Handwritten. 3 p.

Lamar Papers, General Notes Typescript. 18 p.

Lamar Papers References to Indians. Handwritten. 5 p.

Leal, Antonio Decree ordering title to be given to Antonio Leal. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Looney, [Samuel]. Typescript with handwritten notes. 1 p.

Folder 2M: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Millard, Henry Handwritten. 5 p.

Murrell, John A. Typescript. 2 p.

Folder 2P: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Potter, Robert. Handwritten notes. 1 p.

Potter, Robert. List of papers in the trial of William P. Rose for the murder of Colonel Robert Potter. Handwritten. 2 p. and Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Prather, Stephen. Typescript Carbon. 4 p.

Prather, Stephen. Typescript. 1 p.

Prather Family. Typescript Carbon. 4 p.

Prather, Jonathan. Handwritten. 5 p.

Prather, Stephen - P. E. Bean, 1833. Typed Copy. 1 p.

Prather, Stephen - P. E. Bean, 1836. Typed Copy. 1 p.

Folder 2R: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Rusk Papers notes. Collection of Mrs. Guy A. Blount. Typescript. 75 p.

Rusk, T. J. - R. W. Williamson District Judge.Typed Certified Copy. 3 p.

Rusk, T. J. Handwritten notes. 1 p.

Rusk, T. J. & Griffith Rutherford, Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. Typescript. 1 p.

Rutherford, Griffith Handwritten notes. 1

Folder 2S: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Sexton, Dr. Samuel. Handwritten notes. 3 p.

Sexton diary names mentioned. Handwritten & Typescript carbon. 4 p.

Sexton diary notes. Handwritten & typescript. 3 p.

Sherman, Gen. Sidney defense. Typescript. 36 p.

Stivers, Dr. Samuel. Handwritten notes. 1 p.

Sublett, Boliver letter about, from John Laing. March 30, 1882. 2 p.

Sublett, Phillip A. Typescript Carbon. 3 p.

Folder 2St: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Starr, Dr. James H - About Your Ancestors. Newspaper clipping. 1 p.

Starr, Dr. James H. some biographical notes. Typed copy of printed document (1917). 32 p.

Box 3: Biography T-Y, Churches, Cities and CountiesAdd to your cart.
Folder 2T: BiographyAdd to your cart.

Texas Catholic Historical Society. Preliminary Studies, March, 1931. Typescript. 31 p.

The Solis Diary of 1767.

Texas Catholic Historical Society. Preliminary Studies, June, 1931. Typescript. 24 p.

Martyrs of the Southwest.

Espinosa-Olivares-Aguirre Expedition of 1716.

Espinosa's Diary of the Ramon Expedition of 1716.

Folder 2W: Francis WilsonAdd to your cart.

A SCATCH [sic] OF TRAVELS IN TEXAS. [Crocket's handwritten copy. For original see Francis Wilson Papers.] 36 p.

Autobiography of Francis Wilson, 1810-1846. [Crocket's re arrangement of Wilson's manuscript.] Typescript Carbon. 62 p.

Fragment from Newspaper Clipping. Typescript. 2 p.

Lecture on Texas. Typescript. 7 p.

Address by Rev. Francis Wilson. Typescript. 2 p.

Lecture by Francis Wilson - 1846. Typescript Carbon. 4 p.

Fragments from the Writings of Francis Wilson. Typescript. 1 p.

Extract from the Writing of Francis A. Wilson - Church Circuits in San Augustine. Typescript. 8 p.

Folder 2Y: Antonio Gil Y'BarboAdd to your cart.
2 Deeds and notes. Typescript Carbon. 3 p.
Folder 3: ChurchesAdd to your cart.

Old North Church. Handwritten notes. 1 p.

Brief History of Union Baptist Church, Nacogdoches, Texas. By A. J. Holt. Typescript. 12 p.

Brief History of Union Baptist Church. Typescript. 4 p.

Old Christ's Church. DAILY SENTINEL, Feb. 9, 1900. 1 p. typescript 2 p.

St. Cyprian's Church, Lufkin. Handwritten notes. 7 p. typescript 4 p.

Episcopal Church. . . Brenham, Texas. BRENHAM BANNER, n. d. 1 p.

Robert C. Stuckert to Geo. L. Crocket. Nov. 20, 1932 [?]. 1 p.

Early Methodist History. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

A PAPER ON EARLY CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN HISTORY IN TEXAS. By Rev. S. M. Templeton. Pamphlet. 20 p.

HISTORY OF THE PRESBYTERY OF EASTERN TEXAS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN

CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. Pamphlet. 52 p.

THE FIFTIETH SESSION OF THE SYNOD OF TEXAS, Houston, Texas, 1905. Pamphlet, illus. 36 p.

Folder 4: Cities and TownsAdd to your cart.

Adobe Walls. Handwritten. 2 p. typescript 1p.

Egg Nog Branch. Newspaper Clipping by Henry C. Fuller. 1 p.

Egg Nog Branch by R. W. Haltom. Typescript of article, DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 5, 1900. 1 p.

Fort Parker. Typescript. 1 p.

Jasper, Jasper County, by Gladiola Pruitt. Typescript of article, THE BEAUMONT JOURNAL, Apr. 27, 1935. 14 p.

Notes from LARISSA by Fred [?] Hugo Ford and J. L. Brown. Typescript 14 p.

HISTORIC NATCHITOCHES, by J. E. Guardia. Pamphlet, 1932. 12 p.

HISTORY OF NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA by Milton Dunn. Pamphlet, 1920. 31 p.

Folder 5: CountiesAdd to your cart.

Fayette County:

Letters Houston Wade to Geo. L. Crocket. Feb. 11, 1935. 2 p. Feb. 15, 1935. 1 p. Feb. 26, 1935. 8 p. Mar. 10, 1935. 1 p. Mar. 10, 1935. 2 p. Mar. 23, 1935. 2 p. W. B. Pearson to Houston Wade. Apr. 22, 1935. Typed Copy. 1 p. Names from Records of Milam Lodge #2. Handwritten notes. 3 p. Typescript Carbon. Pages 2 and 3 only. 2 p.

Houston County:

Houston County Is Historic Spot. Newspaper clipping. 1 p.

Jasper County:

Jasper County. By Dabne' White. BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE, 1923. Typescript. 9 p. J. R. Bevil. Typed notes. 4 p.

Sabine County:

C. S. McMillan to Geo. L. Crocket. Jan. 24, 1934. 2 p. Feb. 22, 1935. 9 p. Mar. 20, 1935. 3 p. plus map. May 14, 1935. 4 p. July 6, 1935 2 p. n. d. 3 p.

Shelby County:

Shelby County. Typescript. 2 p. Typescript Carbon. 3 p. Typescript Carbon. 2 p. Typescript. 3 p.

Tyler County:

Woodville One of Old Texas Settlements. GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Sept. 4, 1921. Typescript. 7 p.

A GUIDE TO POINTS OF GENERAL AND HISTORIC INTEREST IN DIVISION NO. 11. Texas State Highway Dept. Mimeograph Pamphlet, covers Angelina, Houston, Nacogdoches, Polk, Sabine, San Augustine, San Jacinto, Shelby and Trinity Counties. 1935. 38 p.

Box 4: Letters A-GAdd to your cart.
Folder 6A: LettersAdd to your cart.

Abington, J. M., Many, LA, to Crocket. May 9, 1932. 1 p.

Abshier, Donn E., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Carbon. July 22, 1935. 1 p.

Adair, Garland A., Austin, to Crocket. July 7, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Adair, Garland A., Austin. Carbon. July 7, 1934. 1 p. ;

Adams, S. M., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Signed by Ruth Bowden, secy. Aug. 3, 1931. 1 p.

Adams, Walter D., Forney, to Crocket. Mar. 30, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Adams, Walter D., Forney. Carbon. Mar. 31, 1932. 1p.

Adams, Walter D., Forney, to Crocket. Nov. 2, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Aldrich, Judge A. A., Crockett. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1p.

Aldrich, A. A., Crockett, to Crocket. Aug. 25, 1932. 2 p.

Crocket to Aldrich, A. A., Crockett. Carbon. Sept. 7, 1932. 2 p.

Crocket to Aldrich, A. A., Crockett. Carbon. Apr. 10, 1933. 1p.

Aldrich, A. A., Crockett, to Crocket. Apr. 12, 1933. 4 p.

Crocket to Aldrich, A. A., Crockett. Carbon. May 5, 1933. 1p.

Aldrich, A. A., Crockett, to Crocket. Oct. 16, 1934. 1 p.

Allen, R. A., Normangee, to Crocket. Aug. 13, 1929. 2 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. June 16, 1927. 1 p. Enclosures: Typescripts from Nacogdoches Archives. 26 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 6, 1931. 1 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 4, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Allen, Winnie, Austin. Carbon. Mar. 27, 1932. 1 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. Dec. 21, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Allen, Winnie, Austin. . Carbon. Jan. 8, 1934. 1 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 12, 1934. 1 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 16, 1935. 1 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 28, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Amann, Dorothy, Dallas. Carbon. Feb. 4, 1935. 1 p.

Amann, Dorothy, Dallas, to Crocket. Feb. 25, 1935. 1 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesback, to Crocket. Oct. 12, 1921. 1 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesback, to Crocket. Jan. 6, 1923 1 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesback, to Crocket. Jan. 15, 1923. 2 p.

Andrew, Nell, Austin, to Librarian, Stephen F. Austin College. Mar. 26, 1924. 1 p. Enclosure: Information on the Anderson Family by Mrs. W. D. Peevy. Typescript. 2 p.

Armistead, Geo., Houston, to Crocket. Dec. 27, 1927. 1 p. Enclosure: "Rejection of prayer book is sensation," HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Dec. 18, 1927. 1 p.

Crocket to Armistead, George, Houston. Carbon. May 4, 1932. 1 p.

Armistead, Geo., Houston, to Crocket. May 11, 1932. 1 p.

Armstrong, J. C., Hallsville, to Crocket. Apr. 21, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Armstrong, J. C., Hallsville. Carbon. May 15, 1932. 1 p.

Folder 6B: LettersAdd to your cart.

Baker, B. O., Dallas, to Crocket. June 11, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Baker, B. O., Dallas. Carbon. June 25, 1932. 1 p.

Baker, B. O., Dallas, to Crocket. Aug. 20, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Baker, B. O., Dallas. Carbon. Sept. 14, 1932. 1 p.

Baker, B. O., Dallas, to Crocket. Sept. 17, 1932. 3 p.

Crocket to Baker, B. O., Dallas. Carbon. Oct. 19, 1932. 1 p.

Baker, B. O., Dallas, to Crocket. Nov. 1, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Baker, B. O., Dallas. Carbon. Nov. 14, 1932. 1 p.

Enclosures: Letters of A. G. Walker, 1847. Typescript Carbon. 3 p.

Baker, B. O., Dallas, to Crocket. Mar. 11, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to Baker, B. O., Dallas . Carbon. Mar. 23, 1933. 1 p.

Baker, B. O., Dallas, to Sanders, Virgie, Nacogdoches. July 15, 1935. 1 p.

Baker, G. A., Austin, to Crocket. June 20, 1935. 1 p.

Baldwin, Helen, Waco, to Crocket. Apr. 17, 1933. 1 p.

Balthis, R. F., College Station, to Crocket. Apr. 13, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Balthis, R. F., College Station, Texas. Carbon. Apr. 16, 1932. 3 p.

Bard, W. E., Dallas, to Crocket. Mimeograph. July 5, 1935. 1 p

Barham, Virdian, n. p., to Crocket. Feb. 15, 1933. 1 p.

Barns, Florence E., Austin, to Crocket. Nov. 19, 1934. 1 p.

Baten, Thos. J., Beaumont, to Crocket. Dec. 21, 1931. 1 p.

Baten, Thos. J., Beaumont, to Crocket. Jan. 1, 1932. 1 p.

Baten, Thos. J., Beaumont, to Crocket. Feb. 9, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Berry, Mr., n. p. Carbon. Nov. 30, 1934. 1 p.

Berry, Eulen, Lufkin, to Crocket. Aug. 3, 1935. 1 p.

Berry, Eulen, Lufkin, to Crocket n. d. 1 p.

Berry, [Eulen], n. p., to Crocket. n. d. 1 p.

Birdwell, Addie, Trawick, to Crocket. Jan. 15, 1934. 3 p.

Crocket to Birdwell, Addie, Trawick. Carbon. Jan. 16, 1934 1 p.

Blount, Annie T., San Augustine, to Crocket. Oct. 5, 1932. 1 p.

Bokhover, Rev. J. Van, Zwolle, LA, to Crocket. Aug. 22, 1929. 2 p.

Booker, Zula K., Houston, to Crocket. Apr. 10, 1933. 3 p.

Crocket to Booker, Zula K., Houston. Carbon. Apr. 11, 1933. 2 p.

Border, Fowler, Mangum, OK, to Crocket. Carbon. Apr. 4, 1932. 1 p.

Border, Fowler, Mangum, OK, to Crocket. Apr. 9, 1932. 1 p.

Bowman, Edith V., Greenville, to Crocket. Jan. 28, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Bowman, Edith V., Greenville. Carbon. Feb. 1, 1934. 1 p. Enclosure: Texas Flags. Typescript. 1 p.

Crocket to Bowman, Judge L. L., Greenville. Carbon. Dec. 4, 1932. 1 p.

Bowman, L. L., Greenville, to Crocket. Dec. 14, 1932. 3 p.

Crocket to Bowman, L. L., Greenville. Carbon. Dec. 28, 1932. 2 p.

Bowman, L. L., Greenville, to Crocket. Dec. 29, 1932. 1 p.

Bowman, L. L., Greenville, to Crocket. Jan. 1, 1933. 3 p.

Crocket to Bowman, L. L., Greenville. Carbon. Jan. 4, 1933. 2 p.

Bowman, L. L., Greenville, to Crocket. Jan. 29, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Bowman, L. L., Greenville. Carbon. Feb. 2, 1933. 2 p.

Bowman, L. L., Greenville, to Crocket. Feb. 18, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Bowman, L. L., Greenville. Carbon. Mar. 23, 1933. 1 p.

Bowman, L. L., Greenville, to Crocket. Mar. 28, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to Bowman, L. L., Greenville. Carbon. Apr. 4. 1933. 2 p.

Harling, L. C., [Nacogdoches] to Crocket [concerning Bowman]. n. d. 1 p.

The Flags of Texas. Handwritten notes [for enclosure to Edith Bowman, Feb. 1, 1934]. 1 p.

Briley, H. P., Texarkana. Dec. 6, 1927. 1 p.

Briley, H. P., Texarkana. Feb. 16, 1928. 1 p.

Broocks, John C., Beaumont, to Crocket. Sept. 11, 1925. 3 p.

Brown, Betty, Orange, to Crocket. Nov. 8, 1930. 1 p.

Broyles, Mrs. Gordon, Palestine, to Crocket. Dec. 27, 1933. 2 p.

Bryan, W. J., Abilene, to Crocket. July 25, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Bryan, W. J., Abilene. Carbon. Aug. 22, 1933. 1 p.

Burkett, Blanche, Mullin, to Mayor of San Augustine. Mar. 10, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Burkett, Blanche, Mullin. Carbon. Mar. 29, 1932. 1 p.

Burkhalter, Frank E. Waco, to Crocket. Aug. 15, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Burkhalter, Frank E., Waco. Carbon. Aug. 22, 1933. 1 p.

Burkhalter, Frank E., Waco, to Crocket. Aug. 24, 1933. 1 p.

Burrows, John, San Augustine, to Crocket. June 15, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Burton, Arch, Crockett. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1 p.

Folder 6C: LettersAdd to your cart.

Caldwell, H. W., Hillsboro, to Crocket. Nov. 30, 1927. 2 p.

Carter, Myrtle Mitchusson, Stephenville, to Crocket. Sept. 20, 1931. 4 p.

Memoranda. 2 p.

Crocket to Carter, Myrtle Mitchusson, Stephenville. Carbon. Sept. 24, 1931. 1 p.

Cartwright, R. L., Waco, to Crocket. Apr. 15, 1931. 1 p.

"The Earliest American History of Texas." Typescript with notes. 7 p.

Cartwright, R. L., Waco, to Crocket. Mar. 29, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Cartwright, R. L., Waco. Carbon. Mar. 31, 1932. 1 p.

Chance, Truda, Hemphill, to Crocket. June 24, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Childre, Thad, Dallas. Carbon. July 6, 1934. 1 p.

Chilton, Horace, Dallas, to Crocket. Oct. 19, 1920. 1 p.

Chilton, Horace, Dallas, to Crocket. Apr. 21, 1923. 1 p.

Clark, Anne Metcalf, San Augustine, to Crocket. Dec. 21, 1931. 2 p.

Clark, J. L., Huntsville, to Crocket. Dec. 31, 1934. 1 p.

Clark, J. L., Huntsville, to Crocket. Jan. 8, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Clark, Judge Pat B., Clarksville. Dec. 4, 1932. 2 p.

Clevenger, Irene, Nacogdoches , to Crocket. Mar. 9, 1934 . 1 p

Corwin, R. S. Milwaukee, WI, to Crocket. Nov. 7, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Editor, DAILY SENTINEL, Nacogdoches. Newspaper Clipping. Nov. 9, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Corwin, R. S., Milwaukee, WI. Carbon. Nov. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Corwin, R. S., Milwaukee, WI, to Crocket. Nov. 15, 1933. 1 p.

Cowling, Mary Jo, Denton, to Crocket. Apr. 11, 1935. 2 p.

Cox Mamie Wynne Huntsville, to Crocket. June 16, 1932. 1 p.

Cox, Mamie Wynne, Huntsville, to Boynton, Mrs. Edwin C., Huntsville. Carbon. June 26, 1932. 1 p.

Crockett Chamber of Commerce to Crocket. June 10, 1935. 1 p.

Culwell, Myrle, Denton, to Crocket. Aug. 6, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Culwell, Myrle, Denton. Carbon. 1 p.

Folder 6D: LettersAdd to your cart.

Dashiell, Adeline, Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 7, 1926. 4 p.

Dashiell, Adeline, Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 12, 1926. 4 p.

Abraham, Anne R. Dashiell, Houston, to Crocket. Apr. 29, 1926. 4 p.

Crocket to Davidson, T. W., Marshall. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1 p.

Davidson, T. W., Dallas, to Crocket. Sept. 2, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Davidson, T. W., Dallas. Carbon. Sept. 13, 1932. 1 p.

Davidson, T. W., Dallas, to Crocket. Sept. 20, 1932. 1 p.

Davidson, T. W., Dallas, to Crocket. Nov. 7, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Davidson, T. W., Dallas. Carbon. Nov. 12, 1932. 1 p.

Dawdy, J. A., Seagerville, to Crocket. June 30, 1935. 1 p.

Dement, Mrs. Harold, Lockhart, to Crockett Aug. 25, 1931. 2 p.

Crocket to Dement, Mrs. Harold, Lockhart. . Carbon. Sept. 19, 1931. 1 p. Enclosure: The San Augustine Theatre. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

DeShields, James T., Dallas, to Keene, Ben L., Loveland. Mar. 2, 1928.

DeShields, James T., Dallas, to Crocket. Nov. 5, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to DeShields, James T., Dallas. Carbon. Nov. 13, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to DeShields, James T., Dallas. Carbon. May 24, 1933. 1 p.

De Vaughan, W. E., Colony, OK, to Crocket. Nov. 21, 1927. 2 p.

De Zavala, Adina, San Antonio, to Crocket. Mar. 17, 1932. 1 p.

De Zavala, Adina, San Antonio, to Crocket. May 24, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to De Zavala, Adina, San Antonio. Carbon. May 24, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to De Zavala, Adina, San Antonio. Carbon. May 25, 1933. 2 p.

De Zavala, Adina, San Antonio, to Crocket. Oct. 25, 1934. 1 p.

De Zavala, Adina, San Antonio, to Crocket. n. d. 2 p.

Dixon, Sam Houston, Houston, to Crocket. May 20, 1930. 1 p.

Crocket to Dobie, J. Frank, Austin. May 11, 1932. 1 p.

Dobie, J. Frank, Austin, to Crocket. May 14, 1932. 1 p.

Dobie, J. Frank, Austin, to Crocket. June 16, 1932. 1 p.

Dobie, J. Frank, Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 9, 1932. Handwritten postscript. 1 p.

Dobie, J. Frank, Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 25, 1932. Handwritten postscript. 1 p.

Crocket to Dobie, J. Frank. Carbon. Sept. 13, 1932. 1 p.

Dobie, J. Frank, Austin, to Crocket. Sept. 16, 1932. 1 p.

Donnelley, H. F., Enid, OK, to Crocket. Feb. 26, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Donnelley, H. F., Enid, OK. Feb. 28, 1935. 2 p.

Dotson, Mrs. E. M., Houston, to Crocket. June 29, 1935. 2 p.

Douthit, Mrs. C. A., Stamford, to Crocket. June 18) 1935. 1 p. Whitaker Family. Handwritten notes. 1 p. Typescript. 1 p.

Douthit, Mrs. C. A., to Crocket. July 6, 1935. 1 p.

Handwritten memo on Whitakers. 1 p.

Handwritten memo on Whitaker Family - Wills. 1 p.

Douthit, Mrs. C. A., Stamford, to Crocket. July 15, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Drossaerts, Arthur J., San Antonio. Carbon. Apr. 16, 1934. 1 p.

Drossaerts, Arthur J., San Antonio, to Crocket. Apr. 18, 1934. 1 p. Enclosure: Card with picture of Anthony Margil of Jesus.

Folder 6E: LettersAdd to your cart.

East Texas Chamber of Commerce [Harrison, Hubert M.], Longview, to Crocket. Aug. 4, 1934. 1 p.

Echols, Pearl, Austin, to Crocket. June 25, 1931. 1 p.

Emmons, Martha L, Waco, to Crocket. Apr. 12, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Emmons, Martha L., Waco. Carbon. Apr. 13, 1933. 1 p.

Emmons, Martha L., Waco, to Crocket. Apr. 25, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Emmons, Martha, Waco. Carbon. May 6, 1933. 1 p.

Emmons, Martha L., Waco, to Crocket. Aug. 17, 1933. 1 p.

Jackson, E. W., Austin [re: Martha Emmons] to Crocket. Sept. 22, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Jackson, E. W., Austin. Carbon. Oct. 9, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Emmons, Martha L., Waco. Carbon. Oct. 9, 1933. 1 p.

Emmons, Martha L., Waco, to Crocket. Oct. 17, 1933. 1 p.

Estill, H. F., Huntsville, to Crocket. Mar. 30, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Estill, H. F., Huntsville. Carbon. Mar. 31, 1932. 1 p.

Enclosure: Dr. Samuel Sexton. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Estill, H. F., Huntsville, to Crocket. Apr. 2, 1932. 1 p.

Estill, Louise S., Huntsville, to Crocket. July 30, 1933. 2 p.

Estill, Mary, n. p., to Crocket. July 3, 1934.

Estill, Mary, Huntsville, to Crocket. Telegram. July 24, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Estill, Mary, Huntsville. Draft of telegram. July 24, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Estill, Mary, Huntsville. Carbon. July 25, 1934. 1 p.

Estill, Mary, n. p., to Crocket. n. d. 4 p.

Estill, Mary, n. p., to Crocket. n. d. 1 p.

Evans, James B., Waco, to Birdwell, Dr. A. W., Nacogdoches. Carbon. Apr. 20, 1935. 1 p.

Evans, J. B., Jr., Waco, to Crocket. Apr. 25, 1935. 1 p. Enclosure: Flier advertising "Under Six Flags" with the Wonder Map. 4 p.

Folder 6F: LettersAdd to your cart.

Falk, Leon P., Brooklyn, NY, to Crocket. June 7, 1935. 1 p.

Fauntleroy, J. D., Fort Worth, to Crocket. Mar. 5, 1921. 1 p.

Enclosure:"King's Highway Featured History for 200 Years," George L. Crocket, FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, Jan. 26, 1921. 1 p.

Ferguson, A. C., Commerce, to Crocket. June 11, 1935. 1 p.

Ferguson, A. C., Commerce, to Crocket. June 25, 1935. 1 p.

Fite, E., San Augustine, to Crocket. Jan. 1, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Foik, Rev. Paul J., Austin. Carbon. Feb. 12, 1933. 2 p.

Foik, Paul J., Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 5, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to Foik, Rev. Paul J., Austin. Apr. 11, 1933. 1 p.

Franke-Wilkinson-Schiwetz, Inc., Houston, to Crocket. [Munson, J. B.?]. Apr. 7, 1934. 1 p

Folder 6G: LettersAdd to your cart.

Gambrell, Herbert P., Dallas, to Crocket. Sept. 26, 1932. 1 p.

Garber, Daisie Dell, Houston, to Crocket. Aug. 7, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to Garber, Daisie Dell, Houston. Carbon. Aug. 9, 1933. 1 p.

Garber, Daisie Dell, Houston, to Crocket. .Aug. 12, 1933. 1 p.

Garrettson, Earl A., Waco, to Crocket. Oct. 28, 1934. 2 p.

Note Card - Garrettson, Earl A. Typed. 1 p.

Crocket to Garrettson, Earl A., Waco.. Carbon. Oct. 30, 1934. 1 p.

Givens, Ann M., Randolph Field, to Crocket. Feb. 8, 1935. 1 p.

Gladney, Don R., Dallas, to Crocket. Apr. 14, 1932. 1 p.

Goldsberry, Mr. & Mrs., Carlsbad, NM, to Crocket. Postcard [Judge Roy Bean]. n. d.

Gray, W. F., Bishop, TX, to Crocket. Mar. 25, 1934. 2 p.

Crocket to Gray, W. F., Bishop, TX. Carbon. Apr. 6, 1934. 1 p.

Greer, Alvis E., Houston, to Crocket. Dec. 22, 1931. 1 p.

Greer, Alvis E., Houston, to Crocket. Dec. 31, 1931. 1 p.

Gross, Lucy Fuller, Beaumont, to Crocket. Jan. 14, 1930. 1 p.

Gross, Lucy Fuller, Beaumont, to Crocket. Jan 22, 1930. 1 p.

Gross, Lucy Fuller, Beaumont, to Crocket. Oct. 19, 1931. 1 p.

Gross, Lucy Fuller, Beaumont, to Crocket. Feb. 1, 1932. 1 p.

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Folder 6H: LettersAdd to your cart.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Nov. 20, 1930. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 10, 1932. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 16, 1932. 1 p.

Hall, Claude V., Commerce, to Crocket. Nov. 20, 1929. 1 p.

Hall, Claude V., Commerce, to Crocket. Nov. 3, 1932. 1 p.

Hall, Claude V., Commerce, to Crocket. Nov. 27, 1932. 2 p.

Crocket to Hall, Claude V., Commerce Carbon. Dec. 4, 1932. 1 p.

Flier for THE TEXAS CONSTITUTION EXPLAINED AND ANALYZED. n. d. 4 p.

Hall, Roy F., San Antonio, to Crocket. Mar. 12, 1933. L p.

Crocket to Hall, Roy F., San Antonio. Carbon. Mar. 15, 1933. 1 p.

Hall, R. F., San Antonio, to Crocket. A. Postcard. Mar. 31, 1933. 1 p.

Hall, R. F., San Antonio, to Crocket. May 30, 1933. 1 p.

Hall, R. F., San Antonio, to Crocket. Aug. 25, 1933 1 p.

Crocket to Hall, R. F., n. p. Carbon. Sept. 2, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Hall, R. F., n. p. Carbon. Sept. 18, 1933. 1 p.

Hall, Roy F., McKinney, to Crocket. Apr. 19, 1935. 1 p.

Hanks, Casset, San Augustine, to Crocket. July 15, 1935. 1 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 17, 1923. 1 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. June 14, 1923. 1 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. June 25, 1923. 1 p. Enclosures: Letters of Stephen F. Austin, Peter Ellis Bean, Elisha Roberts. Typescript 10 p. Typescript Carbon 4 p.

Harris, Mrs. Eugene Truett, Houston, to Crocket. Nov. 26, 1934. 3 P.

Harvard University Press [David T. Pottinger], Cambridge, MA, to Sir. Feb. 11, 1935. 1 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. . Sept. 28, 1927. 1 p.

Heard, Elma [?], Lufkin, to Crocket. . Mar. 25, 1933. 1 p.

Henry, Cammie, [Melrose, LA], to Crocket. June 23, 1933. 1 p. Enclosures: Usher, Robert J., New Orleans, to Henry, Cammie G., Melrose, LA. June 14, 1933. 1 p.

Complete History of New Orleans Declared Unwritten. By Pondine Schoenberger. [New Orleans] TIMES-PICAYUNE. June 11,1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Henry, Cammie G., Melrose, LA. Carbon. June 26, 1933. 1 p.

Henry, Cammie G., [Melrose, LA], to Crocket. July 9, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Henry, Mrs. C. G., Melrose, LA Carbon. July 13, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Henry, Mrs. C. G., Melrose, LA. Carbon. July 29, 1933. 1 p.

Hereford, J. Lee, Lake Charles, LA, to Crocket. Aug. 12, 1929. 1 p.

Hess, Ernest E., Lufkin, to Crocket. . Mar. 7, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Hess, E. E., Lufkin. Carbon. Mar. 13, 1932. 1 p.

Hignett, May L., El Paso, to Crocket. n. d. [Ansd. Nov. 5, 1932] 1 p.

Crocket to Hill, R. J., Dallas. Carbon. Mar. 4, 1935. 1 p.

Hill, Robert J., Dallas, to Crocket. . Mar. 30, 1935. 1 p.

Hodges, Rev. B. A., Waxahachie, to Crocket. . Dec. 28, 1933. 1 p.

Hogan, William R., Austin, to Crocket. June 15, 1933, 1 p.

Crocket to Hogan, William R. ? Austin. Carbon, June 17? 1933, 1 p.

Enclosure: San Augustine Theatre. Notes. Handwritten, 1 p. Typescript. 1 p.

Hogan, William R., Baton Rouge, LA, to Crocket. Jan. 12, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Hogan, William R., Baton Rouge, LA. Carbon. Jan. 16, 1934. 1 p.

Hogan, William R., Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. Mar. 7, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Hogan, William R., Austin. Mar. 21, 1935. 1 p.

Hogan, William R., Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. May 14, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Hogan, William R. Enclosure: Historic Houses in East Texas. Typescript [2 p. Carbon]. 3 p.

Hollimon, Blain S., Jr., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 7, 1930. 1 p.

Hollis, Edmund T., Fort Worth, to Crocket. Dec. 11, 1931. 1 p.

Hollis, E. T., Fort Worth, to Crocket. Nov. 3, 1932. 1 p.

Huffman, T. E., Lufkin, to Crocket. Jan. 7, 1935. 1 p. Enclosures: Two photographs of Spanish signs with English Meanings.

Huffman, T. E., Lufkin, to Crocket. July 3, 1935. 1 p.

Hughes, John A., Waco, to Crocket. May 23, 1935. 1 p.

Folder 6I: LettersAdd to your cart.
Crocket to Irion, Mrs. Jim, Dallas. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1 p.
Folder 6J: LettersAdd to your cart.

James, Marquis, Pleasantville, NY, to Crocket. Mar. 7, 1928. 10 p.

James, Marquis, Pleasantville, NY, to Crocket. May 11, 1928. 1 p.

Johnson, Kate M., Austin, to Crocket. Dec. 17, 1928. 2 p

Folder 6K: LettersAdd to your cart.

Kelley, Mary E., Beaumont, to Crocket. Jan. 24, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Kelley, Mary E., Beaumont. Feb. 1, 1934. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Aug. 16, 1929. 1 p.

Pearson, W. B., Waco, to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Typescript Copy. Nov. 20, 1929. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Nov. 21, 1929. 2 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Nov. 23, 1929. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Feb. 11, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Carbon. Mar. 11, 1933. 3 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Mar. 14, 1933. 3 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Mar. 16, 1933. 2 p.

Kemp. L. W., [Houston], to Crocket. n. d. 1 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Carbon. Mar. 23, 1933. 2 p.

Kemp, L. W., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 29, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Carbon. Apr. 5, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Carbon. July 31, 1933. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Oct. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Oct. 11, 1933. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Stuck, Dr. Walter Goodloe, Rochester, MN. Carbon. Nov. 2, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Nov. 11, 1933. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Nov. 13, 1933. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Nov. 30, 1933. 2 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Pritchett, Mrs. John E., San Marcos. Carbon. Dec. 6, 1933. 2 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Asbury, Samuel E., College Station. Carbon. Dec. 7, 1933. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Dec. 15, 1933. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 19, 1934. 1 p. Enclosure: Thomas, Benjamin. Typescript Carbon. 2 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W. Houston. Jan. 29, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Carbon. Mar. 27, 1934. 1 p. Enclosure: John W. Anderson. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Crocket to Kemp, L. W., Houston. Carbon. Apr. 8, 1934. 1 p. Enclosure: John W. Anderson. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. [Apr. 10, 1934]. 2 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Apr. 14, 1934. 1 p. Enclosure: Kimbro, William. Typescript Carbon. 2 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 8, 1935. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 31, 1935. 1 p. Enclosure: Declaration of Independence, Signers of the. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Feb. 25, 1935. 3 p.

Kemp, L. W., Austin to Crocket. . Mar. 11, 1935. 2 p.

History of Texas - George Conclin. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Apr. 1, 1935. 1 p.

Kemp, L. W., Houston, To Whom Addressed. n. d. Mimeograph. 1 p.

A. Horton married. . . Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

L. W. K. to Crocket. Anderson, John W. Typed notes with handwritten request to Crocket. n. d. 1 p.

Asa Mitchell. . . Typescript Carbon Notes. 1 p.

Biographical Notes. Typescript. 1 p.

Cellum, James. . . Typescript notes. 3 p.

Haden Edwards. . . Typescript Carbon Notes. 1 p.

Hale, John C. . .Typescript Carbon Notes. 1 p.

Hotchkiss, Augustus. Typescript Carbon Notes 3 p.

J. H. Brown. Handwritten Notes. I p.

Names in Kemp & Dixon - Heroes of San Jacinto. Handwritten Notes. 4 p.

Rounds, Lyman F. Typescript Carbon Notes. 5 p.

___Thomas was born. . . Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Kemp, Thompson, Cameron, to Crocket. Jan. 28, 1935. 1 p

Kemp, Thompson, Cameron, to Crocket. Feb. 20, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Kemp, Thompson, n. p. Carbon. Feb. 24, 1935. 1 p.

Kemp, Thompson, Cameron, to Crocket. Apr. 22, 1935. 1 p.

Kemp, Thompson, Cameron, to Crocket. Mar. 9, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Kendall, C. H., Woodville. Carbon. July 14, 1933. 1 p.

Kendrick, Jewell, Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Mar. 2, 1934. 1 p.

The Tan-a-kee Silver Mine. By Jewell Kendrick. Handwritten. 4 p.

Kendrick, Jewell, n. p., to Crocket. n. d. 1 p.

Kennedy, J. W., Lufkin, to Crocket. Mar. 17, 1934. 1p.

Kennedy, J. W., Lufkin, to Crocket.. Apr. 22, 1935. 1 p.

Kennedy, J. W., Lufkin, to Crocket. Apr. 25, 1935. 1 p.

Kennedy, J. W., Lufkin, to Crocket. Postcard June 3, 1935. 1 p.

Kennedy, J. W., Lufkin, to Crocket. July 8, 1935. 1 p.

Ketterson, Mrs. W. U., Houston, to Crocket. July 10, 19 _. 3 p.

Kiker, Rev. O. P., Winnsboro, to Crocket. May 21, 1935. 1 p.

Kiker, O. P., Winnsboro, to Crocket. May 27, 1935. 1 p.

Kinne, Mrs. M. J., Morrill, to Crocket. Jan. 13, 1930. 2 p.

Folder 6L: LettersAdd to your cart.

Lake, Mary Daggett, Fort Worth, to Crocket. Sept. 12 1930. 3 p.

Lane, Louise Paye, Marshall, to Crocket. Feb. 1, 1930. 1 p.

Le Bleu, Genevive, Houston, to Crocket. July 4, 1934. 3 p.

Crocket to Le Bleu, Genevive, Houston. Carbon. July 9, 1934. 1 p.

Lee, Jesse J., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 29, 1923. 1 p.

Lee, J. J., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 17, 1929. 1 p.

Lee, Jesse J., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 29, 1935. 1 p.

Lee, Jesse, Houston, to Crocket. Feb. 14, 1935. 1 p.

Lee, J. J., Houston, to Crocket. Apr. 12, 1935. 1 p.

Lee, J. J., Houston, to Crocket. July 15, 1935. 1 p.

Lee Map Company [H. L. Dietert], San Antonio, to Crocket. T. L. S. Apr. 8, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Lee Map Company, San Antonio. Apr. 14, 1935. 1 p.

Lee Map Company [H. Dietert], San Antonio, to Crocket. Apr. 16, 1935. 1 p.

Lentz, Sallie M., Marshall, to Crocket. July 10, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Lentz, Sallie M., Marshall. July 12, 1932. 2 p.

Lentz, Sallie M., Marshall, to Crocket. July 13, 1932. 2 p.

Crocket to Lentz, Sallie M., Marshall. Carbon. July 21, 1932. 1p.

Lentz, Sallie M., Marshall, to Crocket. Aug. 12, 1932. 2 p. Enclosure: Notes. Typescript 2 p.

Crocket to Lentz, Sallie M., Marshall. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1 p.

Early History of Freestone County. Typescript of articles from the FAIRFIELD RECORDER. 5 p. Typescript Carbon. 5 p.

Lide, Anne A., Houston, to Crocket. May 3, 1932. 3 p.

Lillard, Ephraim Stoutt, Washington, D. C., to Crocket. May 25, 1935. 2 p.

Lillard, Ephraim Stoutt, Washington, D. C., to Crocket. June 10, 1935. 2 p.

Crocket to Lively, Terrell, Marshall. T. L. S. Carbon. Aug. 18, 1932. 1 p. Lloyd, Everett, San Antonio, to Crocket. T. L. S. Feb. 15, 1932. 1 p. Crocket to Lord, C. W., Pleasant Hill, LA. Carbon. July 10, 1934.

Lord, C. W., Pleasant Hill, LA, to Crocket. Aug. 8, 1934. 1 p.

Lowman, H. L., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. n. d. [Ans. Jan. 14, 1934.] 1 p.

Notes to Lowman. Typescript. 1 p.

Lowman, H. L., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. [1934.] 1 p.

Lufkin Chamber of Commerce, Lufkin, to Rotarian & Rotary Ann. Printed Letter. Apr. 30, 1935. 4 p. illus.

Box 6: Letters M-SAdd to your cart.
Folder 6M: LettersAdd to your cart.

McCamy, James L., Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 16, 1932. 1 p.

McCormick, E. L., Woodcliff, NJ, to Mayor [of Nacogdoches]. Mimeograph Jan. 28, 1932. 1 p.

McDaniel, Mrs. Frank, Clarksville, TN, to Crocket. Mar. 17, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to McDaniel, Mrs. Frank, Clarksville, TN. Carbon. Mar. 21, 1935. 2 p.

McFarland, Mae Wynne, Houston, to Crocket. Aug. 25, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to McFarland, Mrs. I. B., Houston. Carbon. Aug. 26, 1934. 1 p.

McFarland, Mae, Houston, to Crocket. Postcard Sept. 30, 1934. 1 p.

McMinn, Frances, Austin, to Crocket. June 12, 1935. 4 p. and envelope.

McMinn, Frances, Austin, to Crocket. July 14, 1935. 4 p.

Crocket to Madden, Hon. J. W., Crockett. Carbon. Sept. 7, 1932. 1 p.

Maer, Claude, Fort Worth, to Crocket. Mar. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Maer, Claude, Fort Worth. Carbon. Mar. 23, 1933. 2 p.

Martin, C. E., Jr., Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 25, 1935. 1 p.

Enclosure: The Gulf Publishing Co. Business Card. 1 p.

Mathews, Mrs. B. R., Jacksonville, to Crocket. Sept. 27, 1930. 1 p.

Crocket to Mettauer, John, Woodville. Carbon. July 14, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Mixon, G. C., Rockland. Carbon. July 14, 1933. 1 p.

Molloy, Mrs. R. B., Corsicana, to Crocket. Jan. 29, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Molloy, Mrs. R. B., Corsicana. Carbon. Feb. 1, 1934. 1 p.

Moody, John A., Kerrville, to Crocket. Sept. 17, [1931]. 6 p.

Crocket to Moody, John A., Kerrville. Carbon. Sept. 19, 1931. 1 p.

Moody, John A., Kerrville, to Crocket. Oct. 8, 1931. 2 p.

Moore, R. Woods, Austin, to Crocket. May. 31, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Moorehouse [sic] Publishing Co., Milwaukee, WI. Carbon. Nov. 13, 1932. 1 p.

Morehouse Publishing Co., Milwaukee, WI, to Crocket. Nov. 18, 1932. 1 p.

Morrow, Tarlton, Wichita Falls, to Crocket. Nov. 1, 1932. 1 p.

Folder 6N: LettersAdd to your cart.

News-Champion Publications, Center, to Crocket. July 20, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Neyland, Mayo, Greenville. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1 p.

Neyland, Mayo W., Greenville, to Crocket. Aug. 19, 1932. 1 p.

Norvell, Mrs. Lipscomb, Beaumont, to Crocket. May 25, 1930. 1 p.

Folder 6O: LettersAdd to your cart.
O'Pry, Maude Hearn, Shreveport, LA, to Crocket. Jan. 10, 1930. 1 p.
Folder 6P: LettersAdd to your cart.

Parker, Gladys, Denton, to Crocket. June 10, 1931. 2 p.

Parkhill, Lena, Huntsville, to Crocket. Jan. 15, 1930. 2 p.

Patten, Frank C., Galveston, to Crocket. Apr. 23, 1925. 1 p.

Patterson, Genevieve J., Hauma, LA, to Crocket. May 8, 1933. 3 p.

Patton, Nat, Washington, D. C., to Crocket. Apr. 20, 1935. 1 p.

Patton, Nat, Washington, D. C., to Crocket. July 5, 1935. 1 p.

Pearce, J. E., Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 5, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Pearce, J. E., Austin. Jan. 7, 1934. 2 p.

Peoples, Mrs. H. L., Dallas, to Crocket. Mar. 29, 1931. 2 p.

Crocket to Phares, O. Ross, Many, LA. Carbon. May 6, 1933. 1 p.

Pledge, Thos A., Houston, to Crocket. Sept. 13, 1927. 1 p.

Pochmann, Ruth Fouts, State College, MS. June 28, 1930. 2 p.

Pochmann, Ruth Fouts, State College, MS. July 14, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to [Polk, James V.], n.p. Carbon. Apr. 11, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Polk, Mr. J. V., Beaumont. Carbon. Apr. 13, 1934. 1 p.

Polk, Jas. V., Beaumont, to Crocket. Postcard May 4, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Polk, Jas. V., Beaumont. . Carbon. May 22, 1934. 1 p.

Polk, Jas. V., Beaumont, to Crocket. June 27, 1934. 1 p.

Porcher, J. W., Littlefield, to Crocket. Jan. 23, 1935. 1 p.

Preston, Lena Cartwright, Waco, to Crocket. Jan. 22, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Mr. Price, n.p. July 2, 1906. 1 p.

Crocket to Mr. Price, n.p. July 3, 1906. 1 p.

Crocket to Price, Homer, Marshall. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1 p.

Price, Homer M., Marshall, to Crocket. Aug. 18, 1932. 1 p.

Price, R. R., San Augustine, to Crocket. Jan. 4, 1930. 1 p.

Price, R. R., San Augustine, to Crocket. July 12, 1932. 1 p.

Pruett, M. H., Dallas, to Crocket. Mar. 31, 1931. 2 p.

Folder 6R: LettersAdd to your cart.

Rader, J. L., Norman, OK, to Crocket. Feb. 8, 1933. 1 p.

Rainey, George, Enid, OK, to Crocket. Mar. 4, 1935. 1 p.

Raymond, Mary Thomas, Madison, NJ, to Crocket. Oct. 25, 1932. 3 p.

Red, W. S., Austin, to Crocket. July 27, 1927. 1 p.

Reed, S. G., Dallas, to Bishop. Jan. 3, 1935. 1 p.

Reese, J. E., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. July 3, 1934. 1 p.

Reese, Ruth, Austin, to Crocket. Nov. 15, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Reese, Ruth, Austin. Carbon. Nov. 27, 1932. 1 p.

Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk, to Crocket. July 4, 1932. 1 p.

Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk, to Crocket. Aug. 16, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk. Carbon. Aug. 17, 1932. 1 p.

Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk, to Crocket. Aug. 30, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk. Carbon. Sept. 13, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk. Carbon. Apr. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Roach, Hattie Joplin, Rusk, to Crocket. Apr. 20, 1933. 1 p. Enclosure: Handdrawn map giving location of Martin Lacy's house. 1p.

Crocket to Roach, Hattie Joplin, Rusk. Carbon. May 24, 1933. 1 p.

Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk, to Postmaster. Mar. 28, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk. Carbon. Apr. 22, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk. Carbon. Apr. 29, 1934. 1 p. Enclosure: James Dill and Family. Typescript. 3 p.

Roach, Hattie Joplin, Rusk, to Crocket. May 1, 1934. 1 p.

Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk, to Crocket. May 19, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Roach, Mrs. V. R., Rusk. Carbon. June 14, 1934. 1 p.

Roberts, Mrs. C. C., Beaumont, to Crocket. July 14, 1930. 2 p.

Roberts, Mrs. C. C., Beaumont, to Crocket. Nov. 5, 1930. 1 p.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. Sept. 9, 1929. 2 p.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. Jan. 13, 1930. 1 p.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. Apr. 16, 1930. 1 p.

Roberts, Summerfield G., Dallas, to Crocket. Jan. 13, 1930. 1 p.

Roberts, Summerfield G., Dallas, to Crocket. Jan. 20, 1930. 1 p.

Roberts, Summerfield G., Dallas, to Crocket. June 22, 1931. 1 p.

Roberts, Summerfield G., Dallas, to Crocket. Nov. 2, 1932. 1 p.

Rourke, Constance, Grand Rapids, MI, to Crocket. Feb. 3, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to Rourke, Constance, Grand Rapids, MI. Carbon. Feb. 7, 1933. 2 p.

Rourke, Constance, Grand Rapids, MI, to Crocket. Feb. 10, 1933. 4 p.

Crocket to Rourke, Constance, Grand Rapids, MI. Carbon. Feb. 14, 1933. 3 p.

Notes relating to Rourke Letters. 1 card.

Rourke, Constance, Grand Rapids, MI, to Crocket. Mar. 18, 1933. 2 p.

Crocket to Rourke, Constance, Grand Rapids, MI. Apr. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Russell, Bessie V., Natchitoches, LA, to Crocket. Mar. 5, 1933. 3 p.

Folder 6S: LettersAdd to your cart.

Edwards, Peyton F., n.p., to Sanders, Virgie, Nacogdoches. Typed copy. June 6, 1898. 2 p.

Sanders, Virgie, Nacogdoches, to Crocket. July 17, 1935. 1 p. Enclosure: Historical Data Sprightly Given by Nacogdoches. DALLAS NEWS. [July 13, 1935.] 1 p.

Schwartzberg, Eugene, Carthage, to Crocket. Feb. 26, 1930. 1 p.

Enclosure: Pioneers of the Southwest, Jewish Settlers. By Bernard Postal. THE DAY [NY Yiddish paper]. Feb. 23, 1930. 1 p.

Scott, Marie, Dallas, to Crocket. Feb. 27, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Scott, Marie, Dallas. Carbon. Mar. 31, 1932. 1 p.

Scurry, Edgar, Wichita Falls, to Crocket. Mar. 7, 1931. 1 p.

Sharp, Mrs. Ralph, San Augustine, to Crocket. May 2, 1935. 2 p.

Shelby Publishing Company, Center, to Crocket. Mar. 11, 1932. 1 p.

Shelby Publishing Company, Center, to Crocket. Nov. 19, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Sheppard, Senator Morris, Washington, D. C. . Carbon. Apr. 5, 1933. 1 p.

Sheppard, Senator Morris, Washington, D. C., to Crocket. Apr. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Sheppard, Senator Morris, Washington, D. C., to Crocket. Apr. 27, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Sheppard, Senator Morris, Washington, D. C. Carbon. May 6, 1933. 1 p.

Sheppard, Senator Morris, Washington, D. C., to Crocket. Mar. 12, 1935. 1 p.

Shurtleff, Stella H., Houston, to Crocket. July 4, 1935. 4 p. Enclosures: Texas Art History Questionaire. Printed. 1 p.

The Texas Art History Foundation. Mimeograph. 1 p.

Smith, Cornelia C., Arlington, to Crocket. Aug. 17, 1925. 2 p.

Smith, Cornelia C., Austin, to Crocket. May 2, 1932. 2 p

Smith, M. [?] H., Fort Worth, to Thorn, Frost J., Sr. Carbon. Apr. 24, 1930. 1 p. 2 copies with handwritten notes.

Smith, Stuart R., Beaumont, to Crocket. June 19, 1935. 1 p.

Smith, Mrs. Tillman, San Antonio, to Miss Verdian, n.p. Oct. 22, 1930. 4 p.

Smith, Mrs. Tillman, San Antonio, to Crocket. Dec. 17, 1930. 1 p.

Smither, Harriet, Austin, to Harling, L. C., Nacogdoches. Nov. 15, 1934. 1 p.

Smither, Harriet, Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 21, 1927. 1 p.

Enclosures: Documents relating to Nacogdoches. Typescript Carbon. 7 p.

Snell, Aubry D., Ida, LA, to Crocket. June 22, 1931. 3 p.

Sommers, E. W., Northfield, SN, to Librarian, SFASTC. A.Postcard S. Nov. 5, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to The Southwest Press, Dallas. Carbon. Nov. 19, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to The Southwest Press, Dallas. Carbon. Dec. 13, 1933. 1 p.

Stanton, W. M., Jacksonville, to Crocket. Apr. 28, 1930. 1 p.

Stimson, Mary, Jasper, to Crocket. Nov. 18, 1930. 1 p.

Stimson, Mary, Jasper, to Crocket. Nov. 26, 1930. 1 p.

Crocket to Stripling, R. N., San Augustine. Carbon. Apr. 13, 1934. 1 p.

Stripling, R. N., San Augustine, to Crocket. Feb. 7, 1935. 1 p.

Stripling, R. N., San Augustine, to Crocket. Feb. 13, 1935. 1 p.

Stripling, R. N., San Augustine, to Crocket. Feb. 28, 1935. 1 p.

Stripling, R. N., San Augustine, to Crocket. May 3, 1935. 1 p.

Stripling, R. N., San Augustine, to Crocket. May 9, 1935. 1 p.

Stripling, R. N., San Augustine, to Crocket. June 21, 1935. 1 p.

Stuck, Walter Goodloe, Rochester, MN, to Dear Sir. Oct. 15, 1933. 2 p.

Davis, W. T., San Augustine, to Crocket [re: Stuck]. Oct. 25, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Stuck, Dr. Walter Goodloe, Rochester, MN. Carbon. Oct. 26, 1933. 1 p.

Dr. Goodloe. Typed Notes. 1 p

Stuck, Walter Goodloe, to Crocket. Oct. 30, 1933. 3 p.

Sublett, Mrs. Philip W., San Augustine, to Crocket. [June 1, 1933.] 2 p.

Crocket to Sublett, Mrs. P. W., San Augustine. Carbon. June 26, 1933. 1 p.

Sublett, Mrs. Bud, San Augustine, to Crocket. [July 27, 1933.] 1 p.

Crocket to Sublett, Mrs. Philip, San Augustine. Carbon. July 29, 1933. 1 p.

Sublett, Mrs. P., San Augustine, to Crocket. Jan. 10, 1934. 2 p.

Box 7: Letters T-YAdd to your cart.
Folder 6T: LettersAdd to your cart.

Taylor, M. I., Jefferson, to Crocket. . Sept. 20, 1931. 1 p.

Templeton, S. M., Rockwall, to Crocket. Oct. 3, 1931. 1 p.

Crocket to Templeton, S. M., Rockwall. Oct. 5, 1931. 2 p.

Templeton, S. M., Rockwall, to Crocket. Jan. 31, 1933. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. with Handwritten postscript. Mar. 1, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Tenney, Rev. S. M., Montreat, NC. Carbon. Mar.13, 1932. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. Mar. 19, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Tenney, S. M., n.p. Carbon. Mar. 30, 1932. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. Apr. 5, 1932. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. May 21, 1932. 1 p.

Enclosure: The Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches. Printed. 4 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. June 13, 1932. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. Apr. 20, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC. Carbon. Apr. 22, 1933. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. Apr. 29, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC. Carbon. Flay 6, 1933. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. May 8, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Tenney, Rev. S. M., Montreat, NC. Carbon. Oct. 22, 1933. 1 p.

Tenney, Rev. S. M., Montreat, NC, to Crocket. Nov. 2, 1933. 2 p.

Terry, Ruth M., Navasota, to Crocket. Mar. 17, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Terry, Mrs. J. W., Navasota. Carbon. Nlar. 27, 1934. 1 p.

Texas State Historical Assn., Austin [Tullis, Coral H.], to Crocket. May 2, 1930. 1 p.

Crocket to Texas State Historical Assn., Austin. Carbon. Apr. 9, 1934 1 p.

Texas State Historical Assn., Austin [Tullis, Coral H.], to Crocket. Apr. 14, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Texas State Historical Assn., Austin. Carbon. Apr. 16, 1934. 1 p.

Handwritten Notes Concerning SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY. 1 p.

Thomas, Frank, Houston, to Crocket. Sept. 6, 1932. 1 p.

Thomas, Frank, Houston, to Crocket. July 4, 1934. 1 p.

Folder 6U: LettersAdd to your cart.
U. S. Congress, Washington, to Postmaster, Nacogdoches. [re: Bledsoe, Jesse.] Questionnaire. Printed. 4 p.
Folder 6W: LettersAdd to your cart.

Wade, Florrie, Dallas, to Crocket. Oct. 25, 1934. 1 p.

Wadkins, Minnie Chumley, Houston, to Crocket. Aug. 14, 1929. 2 p.

Wadkins, Minnie, Little Rock, AR, to Crocket. Oct. 2, 1931. 3 p. Enclosure: Re.Chumley, Mathew. Handwritten copy of an Advertisement. 2 p.

Wadkins, Minnie, Houston, to Crocket. June 17 [1934]. 1 p.

Crocket to Wadkins, Minnie, Houston. July 7, 1934. 1 p.

Walker, J. H., Austin, to Crocket. Sept. 26, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Walker, J. H., Austin. Carbon. n.d. 1 p.

Crocket to Walser, P. H., Tyler. Carbon. Oct. 19, 1932. 1 p.

Walser, P. H., Tyler, to Crocket. n.d. 3 p.

Warnick, Mrs. John H., Dallas, to Crocket. Mar. 12, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Watkins, J. E., Henderson, Carbon. Sept. 12, 1932. 2 p.

Watkins, Dr. J. E., Henderson, to Crocket. Oct. 17, 1932. 11 p.

Watkins, Dr. J. E., Henderson, to Crocket. Oct. 18, 1932. 2 p.

Crocket to Watkins, J. E., Henderson. Carbon. Apr. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Watkins, Myrtis, Henderson, to Crocket July 19, 1935. 1 p.

Weatherred, W. Marcus, Coleman, to Crocket. Jan. 15, 1930. 1 p.

Weatherred, W. Marcus, Coleman, to Crocket. Jan. 20, 1930. 1 p.

Webb, W. P., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 13, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Wheat, J. E., Rockland. Carbon. July 14, 1933. 1 p.

White, Nell, Goliad, to Crocket. June 19, 1935. 1 p.

Williams, R. L., Muskogee, OK, to Crocket. Apr.13, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Williams, Judge R. L., Muskogee, OK. Carbon. Apr. 15, 1933. 1 p.

Jack Love. Typescript Carbon Notes. 1 p.

Jack Love. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Julius Horton Family. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Horton, Love, and Terrell Families. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Williams, Vester. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

Winkler, E. W. Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 16, 1932. 1 p.

Winkler, E. W., Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 4, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Winkler, E. W., Austin. Mar 10, 1932. 2 p.

Winkler, E. W., Austin, to Crocket. 11, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Winkler, E. W., Austin. Carbon. June 4, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Winkler, E. W., Austin. Carbon. June 6, 1932. 1 p.

Winkler, E. W., Austin, to Crocket. June 8, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to IYinkler, E. W., Austin. Carbon. Jan. 15, 1933. 1 p.

Winkler, E. W., Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 17, 1933. 1 p.

Winkler, E. W., Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 3, 1934. 1p.

Wolcott, Horace E., San Augustine, to Crocket. Apr. 23, 1928. 1 p.

Wolcott, Horace E., San Augustine, to Crocket. Dec. 28, 1929. 6 p.

Wolcott, Horace E., San Augustine, to Crocket. Jan. 11, 1930. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Blount, S. W., Nacogdoches. Apr. 24, 1923. 2 p. With envelope.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. July 7, 1923. 2 p.

June 1839 - Pres. Lamar. . . Handwritten Notes. 7 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Sept. 10, 1925. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Sr., Tyler, to Crocket. Jan. 1, 1926. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Sr., Tyler, to Crocket. May 9, 1927 . 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Sr., "Origin and History of Tyler Courier-Times- Telegraph. . "TYLER COURIER TIMES TELEGRAPH. Apr. 27, 1930. 1 p.

Crocket to Woldert, Dr. Alex, Tyler. Carbon. Sept. 12, 1932. 2 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Sept. 15, 1932. 3 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Oct. 7, 1932. 1 p.

De Zavalla, Adina, San Antonio, to Woldert, Dr. Albert, Tyler, typescript Copy. Nov. 5, 1932. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Nov. 7, 1932. Includes map of Neches River and San Pedro Creek [Handdrawn]. 3 p.

Crocket to Woldert, Dr. Albert, Tyler. Carbon. Nov. 12, 1932. 1 p. Enclosure: Notes from THE BEGINNINGS OF TEXAS by Robert Carleton Clark. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Dec. 5, 1932. 2 p.

Crocket to Woldert, Albert, Tyler. Carbon. Dec. 28, 1932. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Jan. 4, 1933. 2 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Postcard May 8, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Woldert, Dr. Albert, Tyler. Carbon. May 22, 1933. 1 p. Enclosure: Extract from Haywood's HISTORY OF TENNESSEE - The Muscle Shoals Massacre. Typescript Notes. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. May 29, 1933. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Dec. 8, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Woldert, Dr. Albert, [Tyler]. Carbon. Dec. 13, 1933. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. . May 18, 1934. 3 p. Enclosure: The Reason Why General Sam Houston Left His First Wife. Typescript Carbon. 2 p.

Crocket to Woldert, Dr. Albert, Tyler. Carbon. June 14, 1934. 2 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. T. Postcard S. Nov. 16, 1934. 1 p.

Memoirs of John Il. Reagan. Handwritten Notes. 9 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. T. Postcard S. Nov. 30, 1934. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Dec. 26, 1934. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Feb. 3, 1935. Map of Smith Co. included. 2 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. T. Postcard S. Feb. 5, 1935. 1 p. Notes and Hand-drawn Map of Bowles Camp. 2 p.

Crocket to Woldert, Dr. [Albert], n.p. Feb. 7, 1935. 4 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Quitman Chamber of Commerce, Quitman. Carbon. Mar. 21, 1935. 1 p.

Dr. Albert Woldert Suggests Marker for Spot where Texas Army Disbanded after Battle. TYLER (TEXAS) DAILY COURIER-TIMES. Apr. 5, 1935. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Apr. 22, 1935. 2 p.

Crocket to Woldert, [Albert], n.p. Carbon. Apr. 23, 1935. 2 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Apr. 25, 1935. Includes Handdrawn map of Smith County Surveys. 1 p. Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Apr. 26, 1935. 4 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Notes in margin of Newspaper Clipping:"Plans to Mark Historic Spots Outlined Here." May 5, 1935. 1 p.

Historical Smith County Spot Called Harris' Place Marked by Tyler Historian. [1935?] 1 p.

Handwritten Notes and Map of Cherokee Claim. 1 p.

References in Woldert's CHEROKEES IN TEXAS. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Wood, Mrs. W. A., Waco, to Crocket. Feb. 8, 1935. 3 p.

Woods, G. A., Austin, to Crocket. Sept. 23, 1931. 2 p.

Crocket to Woods, G. A., Austin. Carbon. Sept. 24, 1931. 1 p.

Woodward, Mrs. F. L., Caldwell, to Sec., Chamber Commerce, Nacogdoches. A. Postcard S. Jan. 24, 1935. 1 p.

Whittington, Mildred L., Nacogdoches, to Crocket [re: Woodward, Mrs. F.L.]. . Jan. 28, 1935. 1 p.

Woodward, Mrs. F. L., Caldwell, to Crocket. Feb. 3, 1935. 1 p.

Woodward, Mrs. F. L., Caldwell, to Crocket. Apr. 15, 1935. 1 p.

Folder 6Y: LettersAdd to your cart.
Crocket to Young, Louise, Marshall. . Carbon. Aug. 18, 1932. 1 p.
Folder 6SUPP: Letters with ChildrenAdd to your cart.

Crawford, Hazel, Center, to Crocket. Apr. 14, 1932. 1 p.

Holland, Charles, Dallas, to Crocket. Feb. 9, 1928. 2 p.

Langston, Lurline, Coleman, to Crocket. . Mar. 2, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Langston, Lurline. Carbon. Feb. [?] 4, 1935. 1 p.

Owens, James Vertice, Buna, to Crocket. Nov. 29, 1933. 1 p.

Crocket to Owens, James Vertice, Buna. Carbon. Dec. 13, 1933. 1 p.

Reynolds, Ernest, Alvin, to Mayor, Nacogdoches. [Note added by E. Reese] Mar. 20, 1933. 1 p.

Smallwood, Mary Ann, n.p., to Crocket. n.d. 1 p.

Wolcott, Lloyd O., Fort Sam Houston. n.d. 1 p.

Box 8: NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: IndexesAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

Biographical Letters. Handwritten. 6 p.

Biographical Papers. Handwritten. 1 p.

Biographical Notices. Handwritten. 1 p.

Brief Biographies. Handwritten. 1 p.

Biographical Sketches. Handwritten. 1 p.

Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Biographies of Persons in East Texas. Typescript Carbon. 3 p.

Bundle A - Newspaper Clippings - Texas History. Handwritten. 3 p.

Bundle-B - Newspaper Clippings - Texas History. Handwritten. 3 p.

Bundle C - Newspaper Clippings - Texas History. Handwritten. 4 p.

Bundle D - Newspaper Clippings - U. S. and Gen. History. Handwritten. 3 p.

Bundle - Newspaper Clippings. Handwritten. 2 p.

Courthouse Papers. Handwritten. 4 p.

Documents Available for Exchange by the Stephen F. Austin College. Typescript 9 p. [5 p. Carbon.]

Documents Available for Exchange by the Stephen F. Austin College. Typescript Carbon. 11 p.

Documents in College. Handwritten. 1 p.

Documents in My Library. Handwritten. 2 p.

Documents Relating to Nacogdoches in the Nacogdoches Archive[s]. Typescript. 7 p.

Folio - Miscellaneous. Handwritten. 15 p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Historical - Topical. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

In Binders. Handwritten. 2 p.

Index to Articles in Texas and Southwest Quarterly Touching East Texas. Typescript. 7 p. [4 p. Carbon.]

Index to Documents in File Cases. Typescript Carbon. 2 p.

Index to Miscellaneous Notes #1 & #2. Typescript. 4 p.

Letters. Typescript Carbon. 5 p. [1 p. original.]

Letters (c in Folder. Handwritten. 1 p.

Typescript. 1 p.

List of Papers from the Nacogdoches Courthouse. Typescript. 1 p.

List of Papers in Nacogdoches Archives to be Exchanged with Stephen F. Austin College. Typescript. 11 p.

List of Papers in Nacogdoches Archives Wanted for Exchange With Papers in the Stephen F. Austin College in Nacogdoches. Typescript. 14 p. [1 p. Carbon.]

Item 3Add to your cart.

M[anu]script[s] in College. Handwritten. 6 p.

MSS in File Cases. Handwritten. 2 p.

Masonic Data - San Augustine. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Memorandum of R. E. Russell. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Miscellaneous lists of books and papers - unidentified. Typescript 4 p. Handwritten 19 p.

Miscellaneous Notes #1 and #2. Handwritten. 3 p

Item 4Add to your cart.

Nacogdoches #1. Notebook. Handwritten. n. p.

Nacogdoches #2. Notebook. Handwritten. n. p.

San Augustine Papers. Handwritten. 7 p.

Separate Manuscripts. Typescript. 1 p. [Same as Memorandum of R. E. Russell.]

Walker-Nelson Letters. Handwritten. 8 p. [See Albert Aldrich Nelson Papers.]

Folder 8: Miscellaneous NotesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A-BAdd to your cart.

Alcaldes of Nacogdoches [and Notes on pre-Republic Texas]. Handwritten 9 p. Typescript 2 p.

Anderson, M. G. Handwritten. 1 p.

Austin Papers. Handwritten. 1 p.

Peter Eillis Bean. Typescript. 3 p. [2 p. Carbon.]

F. L. Beechamp. Handwritten. 1 p.

Berry, Radford. Handwritten Copy of a Deed. 1 p.

Bevil, John. Typescript. 1 p.

Biographical Data. Handwritten. 6 p.

Biographical Sketches in "The Illustrated Industrial World," Apr., 1900. Handwritten. [Also DAILY SENTINEL, Sept. 11, 1923.] 4 p.

Bradshaw. Handwritten. 2 p.

Brown, Col. James N. Handwritten. 1 p.

Brown's Ferry. Handwritten 2 p. Typescript 1 p.

Mr. Wiley Burnaman. Handwritten. 6 p. Typescript. 2 p.

Burnet, David G. Handwritten. 3 p.

Burton, I. W. Handwritten. 1 p.

Item 2: C-FAdd to your cart.

Caddel, Andrew. Handwritten. 1 p.

Cannon, Dr. Charles. Typescript. 1 p.

Carter. Handwritten. 1 p.

Cashaw. Handwritten. 1 p.

Chevallier, Chas. Handwritten. 1 p. [On back of Official Ballot re: 18th Amendment to U. S. Constitution. Bottom torn off].

Clapp, Elisha. Handwritten. 1 p.

John Clark. Handwritten. 1 p.

Cole, John P. Handwritten. 1 p.

Cryptograms. Hand-drawn diagrams and typed notes. 1 p.

Cuadro do los Cambios Politicos de Mejico. Typescript. 3 p. [Lists Mexican government leaders, 1821-1920.]

Davis, A. M. - Heirs. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Douglass, Genl. K. H. Handwritten. 2 p.

Dunnagan Family. Handwritten 1 p.

Durst, John. Handwritten. 1 p.

Flores. Handwritten. 2 p. [On 18th Amendment Ballots.]

Forbes, Col. Handwritten. 1 p.

Fredonian War. Handwritten. 1 p.

Fredonians. Typescript. 1 p.

Item 3: G-IAdd to your cart.

Gobernantes de Nueva Espana [1519-1821]. Typescript. 5 p.

Goodbread, Joseph G. Handwritten. 6 p.

Goodrich, W. F. Typescript. 1 p.

Governors of Georgia [and other Non-Texas notes.] Typescript 5 p. Handwritten 6 p

Graduation Talk - Consider the Lilies of the Field. Handwritten. 6 p.

"Guard House." Handwritten. 1 p.

Henderson, James P. Handwritten. 1 p.

Important events. Handwritten. 2 p.

Index to sites, etc. Handwritten. 2 p.

Indian mounds. Handwritten. 1 p.

Indian relics. Handwritten 3 p. Typescript 3 p. With drawings.

Indians. Handwritten 7 p. Typescript 1 p.

Indians in Nacogdoches County. Typescript. 1 p. [Handwritten note on verso.]

Information wanted. Typescript. 1 p

Item 4: J-NAdd to your cart.

Jackson, Stonewall. Handwritten. 1 p.

Kentucky. A poem. Handwritten. 1 p.

Kimbro, Wm. Handwritten. 1 p.

King, Mrs. Claude. Handwitten. 1 p.

Lead Veins on the Neches River. Typescript. 1 p.

Local History. Typescript. 1 p.

Logan, Wm. G. - Heirs. Handwritten. 4 p.

Lowry, Jim [In the Forks of the Rivers]. Typescript. 1 p.

Mary had a little lamb. Handwritten. 1 p.

Maximillian family. Handwritten. 1 p.

Memory [notes for commencement, San Augustine High School]. Handwritten. 1 p.

Men prominent in East Texas History. Typescript 4 p. with handwritten notes.

Mexicans and Spaniards. Handwritten. 4 p.

Mines. Handwritten. 1 p.

Mission Concepcion. Handwritten notes on envelope. 1 p.

Morse, J. Handwritten. 1 p.

Nacogdoches deed records. Typescript. 2 p.

Nacogdoches Public Buildings. Handwritten. 1 p.

Nacogdoches, Texas. Handwritten. 4 p.

Nacogdoches, Texas - Census. Handwritten and Typed. 1 p.

Names in Texas History. Typescript. 2 p.

Nash, James D. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Newspapers. Handwritten. 1 p.

Norton-Nelson [Extract from Letter]. Typescript. 1 p.

Item 5: O-RAdd to your cart.

Old Spanish Town - North of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 1 p. Handwritten with map. 2 p.

Palmer Memoirs. Handwritten. 1 p. [Typescript Carbon on verso.]

Pedro miracle [Indians.] Handwritten. 1 p.

Pedro Miracle. Typescript. 1 p.

Pioneers, Notes about. Handwritten 4 p. Typescript 1 p.

Pioneers, Sketches of. Handwritten. 7 p.

Play, by Geo. L. Crocket. [The Church in the Revolution. Pageant ] Handwritten. 4 p.

Thomas Powdrell. Handwritten. 1 p.

Procella, Pedro [court cases]. Handwritten. 1 p.

Process of granting land. Handwritten. 7 p.

Regulators and Moderators [Poison Wedding Supper]. Typescript. 1 p. Handwritten. 1 p.

Reily, James. Handwritten. 2 p.

Relics. Handwritten. 1 p.

Resolutions. Handwritten. 2 p. [Texas Legislature.]

Roberts, Charles M. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

Robinson, James. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

Russell heirs vs Mason. [On verso, handwritten note on Adah Isaacs McCord and typescript letter - Jn. Egne. Michamps to John D. Woolfen]. Handwritten. 1 p.

Item 6: S-WAdd to your cart.

Dr. G. W. Smith [Kate Brown, Jacksons]. Handwritten. 1 p.

San Augustine County, Texas - Deed records. Handwritten. 2 p.

Seguin, Juan. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

Sherman, General Sidney. Typescript. 2 p.

Sites. Handwritten. 2 p.

Spanish and Indian Names with English Meanings. Handwritten. 3 p.

Spanish Documents to be Removed from Nacogdoches to the State Department. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

Spanish Terms with English Equivalents. Handwritten. 4 p.

Sterne, Adolphus. Handwritten. 2 p.

Stream Names from Sabine River to Angelina. Typescript Carbon. 1 p.

Street Signs [Nacogdoches]. Handwritten. 1 p.

Samuel Swartwout. [Also Cynthia Ann Parker.] Handwritten. 2 p.

Typescript. 1 p.

Texans Who Rose to Prominence in the Confederate Service. 2 Typescripts, 1 p. each.

Texas Centennial. Handwritten. 1 p.

The Texas Outlook. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

Thompson [Old Stone Fort]. Typescript. 1 p.

Names from the Frost Thorn Journal. Handwritten. ] p.

Truitt Family. Handwritten. 2 p.

Thurston, Col. A. S. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

J. E. Watkins. Handwritten. 1 p.

R. O. Watkins' Memoirs. Handwritten. 1 p.

Webb, Walter P. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

Wood Family. Handwritten. 1 p.

Woodville Historians. Typescript. 1 p.

Item 7: Miscellaneous notes on small pieces of paper. 25 items.Add to your cart.
Box 9: NotebooksAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: NotebooksAdd to your cart.

Notes on Geology - Alexander Winchell. 1901. Small notepad. n.p.

Oxford Notebook. Notes on Texas. Includes Contents. 107 p.

Red Top Pencil Tablet. Abstract of Courthouse Property. n.p.

Masterpiece Notebook. Notes on Durst Family and Others. Includes Contents. 81 p. [Some typescripts.]

B-W Notebook. Notes on Texas History. Includes index. 115 p.

Box 10: NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Notes for Lectures. [About Indians and Nacogdoches.]Add to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

The Cherokee War. Handwritten. 10 cards.

The Coming of the Indians. Handwritten. 6 cards.

Cordova Rebellion and Caddo War. Handwritten. 9 cards.

Mexican City of Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 5 cards.

Military Rule in Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 7 cards.

Nacogdoches in Wartime. Handwritten. 10 cards.

Texas Indians. Handwritten. 7 cards.

Early Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 1 card.

Mexican Town of Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 1 card.

Nacogdoches Antiquities. Handwritten 1 card.

Spanish Town of Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 2 cards.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Hasainai Confederacy of Indians. Printed. 3 p.

Nacogdoches - Texas Centennial. 1716-1936. Pamphlet. 23 p.

Alcaldes of Nacogdoches and Miscellaneous Notes. Handwritten. 3 p.

Burton's Account. Handwritten. 3 p.

The Coming of the Indians. Handwritten. 2 p.

Decrees Concerning Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 5 p.

The Indian Town of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 11 p.

The Mexican Town of Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 2 p.

Nacogdoches. 1832-1836. Handwritten. 19 p.

Nacogdoches in Wartime. Handwritten. 18 p.

Folder 11: A-M: Notes from Printed SourcesAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

Allen, Winnie. Notes on Thesis on History of Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 10 p

Austin Papers - Part I. Handwritten. 14 p.

Typescript. 7 p.

Notes on THE EXPANSIONIST MOVEMENT IN TEXAS 1836-1850. By William Campberr Binkley. Typescript. 2 p.

Letters of John C. Calhoun. American Historical Association. Typescript. 2 p.

Notes from William E. Dunn's SPANISH AND FRENCH RIVALRY IN THE GULF REGION. Typescript. 2 p.

Notes from Haywood's HISTORY OF TENNESSEE. Handwritten. 10 p. Typescript. 7 p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Notes on Indians.

Indian Wars and Pioneers in Texas. John Henry Brown. Typescript. 4 p.

Diplomatic Letters of Texas. G. P. Garrison. American Historical Assn. 1907. Also notes from AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW. Handwritten 17 p. Typescript 1 p.

Typescript. 9 p.

Notes from THE RAVEN. Typescript. 4 p.

Notes on KENNEY'S INDIAN TRIBES OF TEXAS, COMPRISED IN A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF TEXAS by Dudley G. Wooten. Typescript. 8 p.

Notes on East Texas Indians. Maillard's HISTORY OF TEXAS. Typescript. 4 p.

Notes of "The Indian Policy of the Republic" by Anna Muckleroy. Typescript. 3 p.

Notes from "The Last Treaty of the Republic" by W. P. Webb. Typescript. 2 p

Notes from LIFE OF SAM HOUSTON by Alfred M. Williams. Typescript. 2 p

Item 3Add to your cart.

Notes on Law

Evolution of Texas Law. Typescript. 4 p.

Gammel's LAWS OF TEXAS. Constitution of Republic. Handwritten. 21 p. Typescript 12 p.

Hall, Claude V., Commerce, to Crocket. July 29, 1933. 1 p.

Enclosure: Light on Some Early Laws of Texas, by Claude V. Hall. Typescript Carbon. 19 p.

Crocket to Hall, Claude V., Commerce. Carbon. July 30, 1933. 1 p

Item 4Add to your cart.

Notes on Law and Nootka Sound

Notes on THE EARLY LAWS OF TEXAS: 1839-1879. By John Sayles and Henry Sayles. Typescript. 45 p.

Sayle's REAL ESTATE LAWS OF TEXAS. Handwritten. 3 p.

Nootka Sound Controversy by Wm. Ray Manning. Handwritten. 6 p. Typescript. 4 p.

Box 11: Notes and WritingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: N-Z: Notes from Printed SourcesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Council House Fight. NILES REGISTER, Apr. 25, 1840. Typescript Carbon. 5 p.Add to your cart.
Item 2: Notes from NILES REGISTER, Vol. 3. Handwritten. 58 p.Add to your cart.
Item 3: Notes from NILES REGISTER Relating to East Texas. Typescript 57 p. Handwritten 3 p.Add to your cart.
Item 4Add to your cart.

Notes from THE MEDICINE MAN IN TEXAS by George Plunkett Red. Typescript. 14 p.

Notes on Senate Documents, Second Session of the Thirty-Second Congress. Typescript. 51 p.

Notes from Conclin's (Stiff's) HISTORY OF TEXAS 1838 and 1847. Typescript. 12 p.

Notes from THE FISCAL HISTORY OF TEXAS by William M. Gouge. Handwritten. 2 p.

TEXAS AND TEXANS. Handwritten. 3 p.

Folder 12(1): Writings of Geo. L. CrocketAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

Address to the Daughters of the Confederacy. Handwritten. 10 p. Typescript. 9 p.

Ambitions and Rewards. Typescript. 5 p.

At the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Public School Building in San Augustine. Typescript Carbon. 8 p.

Bibliography [for TWO CENTURIES IN EAST TEXAS?]. Typescript. 2 p.

Black and Comical. Typescript Carbon. 14 p.

Dates for Lecture on the Relations of Texas and the United States. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten 2 p.

The Diocese of Texas. Typescript. 4 p. (with map)

Dolores. [Poem.] Typescript. 10 p.

East Texas in the Politics of the Republic. Typescript 15 p. Handwritten 2 p

Item 2Add to your cart.

East Texas Tales. Typescript. 23 p. .

Honor. Typescript. 12 p.

Hampton, Howard, Longview, to Crocket. Apr. 2, 1928. 1 p.

The King's Highway. Typescript Carbon. 4 p.

Typescript Carbon. 4 p.

Lecture to Mr. Garner's History Class. Handwritten. 2 p.

A Road and a Map. Handwritten. 6 p.

San Augustine - A Pageant. Typescript Carbon with Handwritten Notes. 9 p.

Stories of Negroes in East Texas. Typescript. 4 p.

Thanksgiving. Typescript. 3 p.

To the Sons of Confederate Veterans of the State of Texas. Typescript. 5 p.

Truth. Typescript. 14 p.

Work! Typescript. 5 p.

Box 12: WritingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 12(2): Writings of Geo. L. CrocketAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Indian Relations in East Texas. Typescript [about half Carbon]. 146Add to your cart.
Item 2: Indian Warfare in East Texas. [Essentially same as above.] Typescript. ca. 150 p.Add to your cart.
Item 3: Indian Relations in East Texas. Handwritten 3 p. Typescript Carbon 1 p. Typescript ca. 50 p. Indian Relations Chronology. Typescript with Handwritten Notes. 5 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 12(3): Writings of Geo. L. CrocketAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

Descriptions of Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 15 p.

Events Leading to the Final Settlement of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 10 p.

Indian Mounds. Typescript 1 p. Typescript Carbon 1 p.

The Old Stone Fort. Typescript 1 p. Typescript Carbon 1 p.

The Old Spanish Barracks (The Red House). Typescript 2 p. Typescript Carbon 1 p.

The Old Roman Catholic Church. Typescript. 1 p.

The Old Catholic Church. Typescript. 1 p.

"Know Texas - Nacogdoches," HUMBLE SALES LUBRICATOR, Mar. 23, 1933, p. 9-12.

Nacogdoches. Handwritten. 1 p.

Nacogdoches. [ School Reader]. Typescript, Spiral-bound Mimeograph. 11

Nacogdoches. Typescript. 7 p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Nacogdoches. Prepared for a folder for the Chamber of Commerce, Mar. 11, 1933. [Note to Crocket on verso, signed Ben Duggan.] Typescript. 4 p.

Nacogdoches - Lecture No. 2. Typescript. 6 p.

Nacogdoches - Second Lecture. Typescript. 17 p.

Nacogdoches Lecture III. Typescript. 12 p.

Nacogdoches District. Typescript. 4 p.

Nacogdoches - The Fountain of Texas Liberty. Typescript. 2 p.

Nacogdoches in War-Time. Typescript. 10 p.

Neighborly Helpfulness. Picture and article about Peter Ellis Bean home. 2 p. torn from unidentified source.

Places of Interest in Nacogdoches. Handwritten Notes. 4 p.

Guide to Places in the Neighborhood of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 10 p.

Item 3Add to your cart.

The Mexican Town of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 34 p.

Officers of Nacogdoches, Texas 1820-1938. Handwritten in Notebook. n.p.

Old Descriptions of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 9 p.

Old Nacogdoches and Its Territory. Typescript. 2 p.

Item 4Add to your cart.

Spanish Nacogdoches. Typescript Carbon. 11 p.

Spanish Nacogdoches. Typescript 3 p. Typescript Carbon 3 p. Handwritten 8 p.

The Spanish Town of Nacogdoches. Typescript 2 p. Typescript Carbon 17 p.

The Texas Town of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 7 p.

Box 13: WritingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 12(4): Writings of Geo. L. Crocket. PoemsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A-CAdd to your cart.

Alone in the Woods. Typescript. 3 p.

The Anglo-Saxon. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Answer. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

April. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Arab Chief. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Autumn Leaves. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Banita. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Beautiful Land. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Beyond the Alps. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Bluets. Typescript 3 p. Handwritten Note 1p.

The Cabin Under the Pine. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten note 1 p.

Camp Allen. Typescript 1 p.

The Course of Life. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Item 2: D-LAdd to your cart.

The Day of God. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

De Profundis. Typescript 2 p.

Dear Heart. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Dolores. Typescript 15 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Easter Hymn. Typescript 1 p.

Evensong. Typescript 1 p.

The Fathers of Texas. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Firmament. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

For a Little Girl's Album. Typescript 1 p.

Forever a Boy. Typescript 3 p.

Gideon. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Great Gray Forest. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Hail the Flag. Typescript 1 p.

The Halls of Death. Typescript 2 p.

The Hills Around San Augustine. Typescript 2 p.

Home Song. Typescript 1 p.

In the Woods. Typescript 1 p.

Jessie Magee. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Larry's Luck. Typescript 3 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Item 3: L-RAdd to your cart.

Liberty. Typescript 3 p.

The Lion and the Leopard. Typescript 9 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Lone Star Flag. Typescript 1 p.

Love Returning. Typescript 1 p.

My Native Land. Typescript 3 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Mysteries. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The New Century. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

October. Typescript 3 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Ode. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Open Woods. Typescript 1 p.

Our Country. Typescript 3 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Ow're the Brae. Typescript 1 p. Handwritton Note 1 p.

The Parting Soul. Typescript 1 p.

The Pine Tree. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Resurrection. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Riding Song. Typescript 1 p.

The Road to the Shawnee Crossing. Typescript 2 p.

Item 4: S-YAdd to your cart.

San Augustine - A Pageant. Typescript 15 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Snow Song. Typescript 2 p.

Sonnets: The Stars; A Smile. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Soul Histories. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Sursum Corda. Typescript 1 p.

The Temple of Nature. Typescript 4 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

To a Flock of Blackbirds. Typescript 2 p

To My Techer [sic] -- By a Small Boy. Typescript 1 p.

Vespertide. Typescript 2 p . Handwritten Note 1 p.

The Village Summer Eve. Typescript 4 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Vision. Typescript 3 p.

A Vision. Typescript 3 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Waiting for the Train. Typescript 1 p.

The West Wind. Typescript 2 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

The World. Typescript 1 p. Handwritten Note 1 p.

Yuba Dam. Typescript 1 p.

Box 14: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: East Texas [Periodical].Add to your cart.

Vol. 5, No. 6. April, 1931.

Vol. 5, No. 9. July, 1931.

Vol. 8, No. 8. Aug., 1934.

Vol. 8, No. 9. Sept. 1934.

Folder 14: FamiliesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A-GAdd to your cart.

Arnold Family, and others. [Census Listings?] Handwritten. 12 p.

Beddoe Family. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Notes from the HISTORY OF THE BEDDOE FAMILY. . . by Albert Ferdinand Beddoe, Dallas, 1829. Typescript Carbon. 18 p.

The Bullock Connection. Handwritten. 3 p. Typescript Carbon. 2 p.

The Cordova Family. Information from Lee Cordova. Typescript. 1 p.

Vicente Cordova. Typescript. 1 p.

"Goose Creek Near-Centenarian Unfolds Vivid Word Picture of Events in Houston and Texas," by Dewitt Harry. HOUSTON POST, 1929. Typescript. 7 p.

[Dickson Family.] Typescript. 5 p.

Item 2: G-YAdd to your cart.

Gossett Family. "Early Settlers of Houston County," CROCKET COURIER, ___y 4, 1933. 1 p.

Hail Family. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Hotchkiss Family. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Longbotham Family. "Descendants of Texas Pioneer form Daughters of

Republic Chapter Bearing His Name." Newspaper Clipping. 1 p.

Notes on John Maximillian Family. Typescript. 6 p.

Information Given by Jesse Muckleroy, August 1, 1932. Typescript. 2 p.

Nelson Family Tree. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

The Rice Family in Houston County, Texas. By Katherine Adele Spence. Typescript Carbon. 2 p.

"Mrs. Elizabeth Rusk," [Dallas?] NEWS. Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 2 p.

Swann Family. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Story of the Stockman Family. Typescript. 5 p.

"Delivery of Long Lost Spectacles to Appleby Farmer Recalls Interesting Stories of Early Nacogdoches History." Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 2 p.

The Whistler Family. Typescript Notes. 1 p.

Story of Yocum (or Yoakum) Family. "Strange Murders of Cattlemen Remain Mystery," BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE, Nov. 27, 1932. 1 p.

Folder 15: FeudsAdd to your cart.
The Conner Feud in Sabine County. As Told by W. T. McElroy to Geo. L. Crocket. Typescript. 3 p.
Folder 16: HomesAdd to your cart.
Miscellaneous notes concerning homes. Handwritten. 3 p.
Folder 17: Indians.Add to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

AMERICAN STATE PAPERS. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Notes from AMERICAN STATE PAPERS - Indian Affairs. Typescript. 1 p.

AMERICAN STATE PAPERS. Indian Affairs. Typescript. 4 p.

Benjamin Hawkins. Relation to the Creeks. Typescript Notes. 1 p.

Bernadino, Chief of the Hasinai Indians. Typescript. 2 p.

Bibliography for the Indian Wars. Typescript. 1 p.

The Courageous Heart: Biography of Andrew Jackson. By Marquis James and Bessie Rowland James. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Creek Indians. Typescript Note. 1 p.

Illinois Indians. Handwritten. 2 p.

In Search of the Old Presidio. Typescript. 1 p.

Indian Remains. Typescript Notes. 1 p.

Indians in Texas. Typescript. 2 p.

Journeys of La Salle. Handwritten. 11 p.

Later History of the Creeks. Typescript. 1 p.

Madre Maria de Jesus de Agreda - Manzanet. Typescript. 1 p.

Mission Concepcion. Typescript. 1 p.

Nacao Indian Village. Typescript. 1 p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Nacogdoches, Meaning of. 4 letters:

Crocket to Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, D.C. Carbon. Mar. 24, 1935. 1 p.

Stirling, M. W., Washington, D.C., to Crocket. Apr. 2, 1935. 1 p.

Crocket to Lesser, Alexander, New York. Carbon. Apr. 5, 1935. 1 p.

Lesser, Alexander, New York City, to Crocket. June 1, 1935.

Nasoni Tribe: San Jose Mission. Typescript. 1 p.

Massacres. Typescript 9 p. [Includes: "New Version of Massacre is Presented," by Hon. J. W. Madden; "McLean and Sheridan Massacre," by Arthur McHolcomb; "Brown's Fort Massacre."]

Item 3Add to your cart.
Notes from A REPORT TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR OF THE UNITED STATES ON THE TRIBES OF AMERICAN INDIANS by the Rev. Jedidiah Morse, 1822. Typescript 18 p. Also Hand-drawn map. 1 p.
Item 4Add to your cart.

Notes from HAND BOOK OF AMERICAN INDIANS, F. W. Hodge, ed. Typescript. 5 p.

Notes on PIONEER DAYS IN THE SOUTHWEST by Grant Foreman. Typescript. 14 p.

Old Anadarko Village Site. Typescript Note. 1 p.

The Old Presidio. Typescript Notes. 2 p.

Report of John Sibley, Natchitoches, Apr. 5, 1805. Typescript. 4 p.

Sanchez, Indian Chief. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Search for Nasoni and Nadaco (Anadarko) Villages. Typescript 2 p. with Handwritten Notes.

SW Quar[terly] Vol. 6 - 5 - . Handwritten Notes. 5 p.

Wilbarger's INDIAN DEPREDATIONS IN TEXAS. Handwritten Notes. 18 p.

Folder 18: Miscellaneous Souvenirs.Add to your cart.

BLUE BOOK MAGAZINE, pp. 51-58 [Contains "The Battle of the Little Bighorn," as told to Stanley Vestal by Chief Joseph White Bull]. 8 p.

Galveston. THE DAILY NEWS, Apr. 19, 1842. Facsimile. 4 p.

EARLY HISTORY OF GRIMES COUNTY. Advertisement and Order forms. 3 p.

Third Annual Meeting. East Texas Historical Assn. Apr. 19, 1929. Printed. 3 p.

Stroder, R. T., to 38th Legislature. Mimeograph Letter. n.d. 1 p.

Enclosure: Statement of AAAS supporting Evolution Theory; "Voluntary Stupidity." Mimeograph. 4 p.

FOLLER DE DRINKIN' GOU'D. Advertisement. Printed. 7 p.

Fort Teran Region. 3 Sketch Maps by Eulan Berry. 3 p.

Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, A Sacred Memory, "Old Glory." Three illustrations, source unknown. Printed. 3 p.

PIONEER WOMEN IN TEXAS. Advertisement. Printed. 3 p.

The Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches. Printed. 4 p.

THE RED BIRD MAGAZINE. Vol. 2, No. 5. Feb. 1909. 16 p.

Relics. Sketch of a gun. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

"The Rock." A Play in Three Acts, Portraying the Character of Simon Peter. Handbill. Printed. 2 p.

SENATE JOURNAL. Forty-First Legislature. Mar. 14, 1929. 14 p.

Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College. Commencement Program. May 24, 1935. With Handwritten Notes. Printed. 4 p.

Texas Folklore Society. Program. Apr. 21 & 22, 1933. Printed. 4 p.

Texas Folklore Society. Program. Apr. 19 & 20, 1935. Printed. 4 p.

MAN, BIRD, AND BEAST and other TFS publications. Advertisement. Printed. 4 p.

THE TEXAS RANGERS. . . by Walter Prescott Webb. Advertisement. Printed. Illus. 4 p.

"Texas Under Six Flags." Texas Cotton Palace, 1922. Program. Printed. 4 p.

The East Texas Historical Association. Typescript Carbon. 3 p. [With note added by Mildred Wyatt, 1967]

Folder 19: MissionsAdd to your cart.

"The Lost Mission," R. B. Blake, DAILY SENTINEL, Feb. 6, 1935. Typescript. Carbon. 4 p.

"The Lost Mission," R. B. Blake, DAILY SENTINEL, Feb. 8, 1935. Typescript. Carbon. 5 p.

Box 15: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 20: Cherokee Indians, 1920-1924. Printed legal treatises. 2 itemsAdd to your cart.
Folder 21: Regulators and ModeratorsAdd to your cart.

History of the Regulators and Moderators. . . John W. Middleton. Typescript. Carbon. 15 p

Regulators and Moderators. Handwritten. 7 p. Typescript. 5 p.

A True but Bloody History of the Past, SAN AUGUSTINE WEEKLY NEWS, Aug. 16, 1888. Typescript Carbon. 3 p.

Regulator-Moderator War is Recalled, THE MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER, Jan. 1, 1932. 2 p.

Folder 22: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 23: The Texas Historical SurveyAdd to your cart.

Crocket to Haley, J. Evetts, Austin. Dec. 30, 1933. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 4, 1934. 1 p.

Works, Jas. D., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Jan. 13, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Haley, J. Evetts, Austin. Carbon. Jan. 24, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Handwritten postscript. Jan. 27, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Haley, J. Evetts, Austin.. Carbon. Feb. 3, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, n.p., to Historical Project Supervisors. Mimeograph. Feb. 6, 1934. 1 p.

Crocket to Haley, J. Evetts, Austin. Feb. 12, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Handwritten postscript. Feb. 20, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 28, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 13, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 24, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Conger, Margaret E., Austin. Typescript Copy. May 1, 1934. 2 p.

Blegen, Theodore, Saint Paul, MN, to Haley, J. Evetts, Austin. Typescript Copy. May 11, 1934. 1 p.

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. June 8, 1934. 1 p

Haley, J. Evetts, Austin, to Crocket. n.d. 1 p. [2nd p. only].

The Survey of the Historical Records of Texas. Mimeograph. 1 p.

The Texas Historical Survey, 1933-1934, Reported by J. Evetts. Haley, Director. Mimeograph. 4 p.

List of Books Indexed by the Texas Historical Survey, 1933-1934. Mimeograph. 25 p.

List of Newspaper Indexes by the Texas Historical Survey, 1933-1935. 7 p.

Folder 24: Texas CentennialAdd to your cart.

Mayes, Will H., Austin, to Crocket. June 4, 1932. 1 p.

Suggestions to County Chairmen, Texas Centennial Committee. Mimeograph. 1 p.

Mayes, Will H., Austin, to Crocket. Mimeograph L.S. July 26, 1932. 1 p.

Mayes, Will H., Austin, to Crocket. June 27, 1932. 1 p.

Mayes, Will H., Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 11, 1932. 1 p.

A Joint Resolution. . . [Relating to Centennial] Mimeograph. Nov., 1932. 1 p.

Mayes, Will H., Dallas, to Crocket. Jan. 30, 1935. 1 p.

The Centennial Spirit, by Will H. Mayes. Printed Leaflet. 5 p.

Folder 25: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 26: Angelina County [and Rockport]Add to your cart.

"Angelina County and Lufkin," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, July 7, 1907. 2 p.

"The Awakening of Rockport," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, July 7, 1907. 1 p.

Folder 27: Stephen F. AustinAdd to your cart.

Polk, Sam C., Houston, to Crocket. Mar. 23, 1927. 1 p. Enclosure: Estate Of Stephen F. Austin. Typescript. 5 p.

"Where Stephen Austin Lived and Died," TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH, Mar. 30, 1934. 1 p.

Review of THE AUSTIN PAPERS by J. Frank Dobie. Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

Review of Barker's LIFE OF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN by Herbert Bolton, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Feb. 28, 1926. 1 p.

"Stephen F. Austin, the Man," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, July 15, 1923. 1 p

Folder 28: Eugene H. and Stephen W. Blount.Add to your cart.

"A Reception." Newspaper Clipping. n d. 1 p.

"Rotarian Blount Paid Tribute to Tilden Tilford Wednesday." Newspaper

Clipping. n.d. 1 p.

"'In Their Days and in the Old Time Before Them,"' DALLAS MORNING NEWS. n.d. 1 p.

"Eugene Blount Found Dead in His Room," THE DAILY SENTINEL, Nov. 25, 1927. 2 p.

"Mrs. Blount Is Just Advised of Death on Monday," THE DAILY SENTINEL, Nov. 28, 1927. 1 p.

"Editorial Tribute to Eugene H. Blount from Leading Newspapers, THE DAILY SENTINEL, Nov. 29, 1927. 1 p.

"Death Takes Nacogdoches Former Solon," SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Dec. 1, 1927. 1 p.

"Useful Citizen Is Lost in Death of Eugene H. Blount," THE REDLAND HERALD, Dec. 1, 1927. 1 p.

"Rotary Program Made Memorial in Honor E. H. Blount," and "Birdwell Pays a Tribute to E. H. Blount in Words," THE DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 1, 1927. 1 p.

"Rotarian T. E. Ferguson Eulogizes Life and Work of Eugene H. Blount," THE DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 3, 1927. 1 p.

"'In Their Days and in the Old Time Before Them,"' SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Feb. 2, 1928. 1 p.

"Colonel Stephen W. Blount, A Signer of the Declaration of Independence," SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Mar. 8, 1923. 1 p.

Stephen William Blount. Typescript. 2 p. [2nd p. Carbon].

Folder 29: Boy Scout Lake FundAdd to your cart.

Lease of Land for Boy Scouts Lake. Typescript Carbon. June 14, 1932. 4 p.

Crocket to Friend. Mimeograph Letter. June 15, 1932. 7 p. [Describes proposal to build lake and financing].

Gintz, W. F., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. June. 15, 1932. 1 p.

Muller, L. J., n.p., to Crocket. n.d. 1 p.

Remittance of Donation of Joe Zeve. June 15, 1932. 1 p.

Commercial National Bank. Blank Check. June 15, 1932. 1 p.

Stone Fort National Bank. Blank Check. June 15, 1932. 1 p.

Nicholson, L. B., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. June 17, 1932. 1 p.

Jinkins, J. Pat, Nacogdoches, to Crocket. June 18, 1932. 1 p.

Birdwell, A. W., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. June 20, 1932. 1 p.

Seale, Arthur A., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. June 22, 1932. 1 p.

Westmoreland, C. C., n.p., to Crocket. A. Postcard S. June 29, 1932. 1 p.

Whited, H. W., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. June 29, 1932. 1 p.

Lowman, Marmon L., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. July 2, 1932. 1 p.

Lee, Jesse, Nacogdoches, to Crocket. . July 21, 1932. 1 p.

List of Contributers to Boy Scouts Lake Fund. Typescript. 1 p.

Box 16: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 30: Photostats and PicturesAdd to your cart.

2 Photos of Mission San Francisco de los Tejas signboard on highway.

Documents relating to the Cordova Rebellion. Photostat. Aug. 10, 1838. 2 p.

Oath of Peter Ellis Bean to Land Office. Photostat. Apr. 3, 1839. 1 p.

Appointment of Bernardo Dortolan to Lieutenant, 1st Company of Calvary of Militia of Natchitoches, by Charles III, King of Spain. Photostat. Sept. 17, 1787. 1 p.

Notations on the back of Dortolan's appointment, 1788; and letter of Bernardo Dortolan, Apr. 4, 1803. Photostat. 2 p.

Letter of Juan Martin De Beramendi to Alcalde Constitucional del Pueblo de Nacogdoches. Photostat. Oct. 15, 1828. 4 p.

Petition to Jose Antonio Saucedo from Nacogdoches District Citizens. Photostat. Feb. 10, 1824. 3 p.

Handwritten transciption of names of petitioners. 1 p.

Qualification of Jno. Henry Holland to practice law. Photostat. Nov. 2, 1839. 2 p.

Oath of J. H. Holland. Photostat. n.d. 1 p.

[Note: Originals for most of the above documents in Nacogdoches County Courthouse Records, Special Collections.]

Folder 31: A GEORGIA SOLDIER IN THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865. By General R[obert] D[uncan] Chapman. Typescript printed by Harry G. Wood, Houston, n.d. 36 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 32: Church - Ecclesiastical Materials in Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.

By Bishop H. M. Du Bose

"Ahab and Herod Conspicuous Figures in the History of Samaria, Landmark of Bible," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Sept. 19, 1926. 1 p.

"Bishop DuBose Tells of Visit to Acre, Redolent of Memory of Twelfth Century Crusades," THE DALLAS [MORNING NEWS], n.d. 1 p.

"Resurrection of Tut-Ankh-Amen," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Aug. 29, 1926. 1 p.

"Soil of Palestine to Yield Truce of Christian and Jew, Is Belief of Bishop Du Bose," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Oct. 3, 1926. 1 p.

"Jericho Now Only Group of Hovels," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Sept. 26, 1926. 1 p.

"Oldest Holy Land City Uncovered," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Nov. 7, 1926. 1 p.

"Rector Challenges Christ Church to Sell Property and Give $700,000 to Needy Causes," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, n.d. 1 p.

"Challenge to Youth Paves Way to Zeal for Church," [Houston], n.d. 1 p.

"Church, State, and Sex," by Benito Mussolini. LIBERTY, Aug. 1, 1931. 1 p

"Bishop Johnston's Letter to the Pope," [Houston Chronicle], n.d. 1 p.

"Democratic National Conventions at a Glance," [no source], n.d. 1 p.

"'Natural and Spiritual Body of the Church' Theme of Dr. Osgood in Council Sermon," HOUSTON POST-DISPATCH, Jan. 19, 1931. 1 p.

"Diocese Opens Sessions Here," HOUSTON POST-DISPATCH, n.d. 1 p.

Folder 33: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 34: Confederate History - Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.

"Battle Field of Pea Ridge Historic Spot," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Aug. 30, 1925. 2 p.

"Gen. Robert E. Lee Described as Greatest Soldier," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Jan. 18, 1931. 2 p.

"Texas Lost Heavily During Civil War," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Oct. 12, 1924. 1 p.

"Texas Shares in Memorial to Heroes of Fort Humbug," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, June 3, 1928. 1 p.

"The Story of the Battle of Galveston," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Jan. 1, 1928. 2 p.

"Thinks It About Time to Fire Last Gun Also," [Dallas Morning?] NEWS, n.d. 1 p.

"Southern Loyalties Are Free from Hate," [no source], n.d. 1 p.

Folder 35: Coronations and FuneralsAdd to your cart.

"Empress Queen," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Jan. 23, 1901. 1 p.

"King Edward Sixth," [no source], n.d. 1 p.

"Queen Victoria: Historical Events of Her Reign," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Jan. 27, 1901. 1 p.

"A Gorgeous Pageant," [no source], n.d. 1 p.

"The Passing of Victoria," by Rev. Thomas W. Handford, CONKEY'S HOME JOURNAL, n.d. 1 p.

"The Coronation: King Edward VII. . ." [no source], n.d. 1 p.

"Kingly Shadow and Substance," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, n.d. 1 p.

"Pope Leo Dead," HOUSTON DAILY POST, July 21, 1903. 4 p.

"Pope Elected," HOUSTON DAILY POST, Aug. 5, 1903. 2 p.

"The Profanation of Royal Tombs," [Houston], Sept. 20, 1906. 1 p.

"The Surnames of Royalty," THE YOUNG CHURCHMAN, Vol. XL, No. 2, April, 1908. 2 p.

"England's New King Different," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, n.d. 1 p.

"Edward VII, Ruler of the British Empire, Dead," THE DAILY ENTERPRISE [Beaumont], May 7, 1910. 2 p.

"All England Mourns Loss of King Edward," THE DAILY ENTERPRISE [Beaumont], May 8, 1910. 1 p.

"George V Is Now on Throne of England," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, May 8, 1910. 1 p.

"George and Mary Crowned Britain's Rulers. . ., THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, June 23, 1911. 2 p.

"Crowning of King George Is Scene of Magnificence," THE DAILY ENTERPRISE [Beaumont], June 23, 1911. 2 p.

"Norway's New King and Queen Crowned," [no source], n.d. 2 p.

Folder 36: David CrockettAdd to your cart.

David Crockett in Red River County. Handwritten. 1 p.

"Davy Crockett and Famous 'Crockett Tree,"' THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Feb. 12, 1928. 1 p.

"Dallas Man Has Notes Made by Crockett," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Dec. 25, 1927. 1 p.

"A Strange Fact About Davy Crockett," THE DALLAS MORNING NE'NS, Mar. 25, 1928. 1 p.

"Sees Advice of Davy Used," [THE DALLAS MORNING] NEWS, n.d. 1 p.

"The City of Crockett, Texas - Its Origin, Early History and Progress," [DAILY SENTINEL], n.d. 1 p.

"Relic of Davy Crockett," [no source], n.d. 1 p.

"The Stirring Relics of Alamo Chapel," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Mar. 4, 1928. 1 p.

"Laud Crockett in Celebration to His Memory," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Mar. 3, 1928.

Box 17: Letters and NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 37: LettersAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A-BAdd to your cart.

Alexander, F. G., Haskell, to Crocket. July 31, 1923. 1 p.

Alexander, F. G., Haskell, to Crocket. Aug. 14, 1923. 2 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. June 28, 1927. 1 p.

Allen, Winnie, Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 12, 1927. 1 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesbeck, to Johnson, M. A., San Augustine. Handwritten Copy. Oct. 12, 1921. 2 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesbeck, to Crocket. Jan. 6, 1923. 3 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesbeck, to Crocket. Jan. 15, 1923. 6 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesbeck, to Crocket. July 6, 1923. 1 p.

Anderson, Boon, Groesbeck, to Crocket. Aug. 4, 1923 1 p.

Early History of Freestone County. Typescript. 3 p.

Smith, Chas. D., Beaumont, to Armistead, Geo., Houston. Aug. 21, 1925. 5 p. [Legend of Jonas Harrison.]

Armistead, Geo., n.p., to Smith, Charles D., Beaumont. Carbon. Aug. 31, 1925. 1 p.

Armistead, Geo., n.p., to Smith, Charles D., Beaumont. Carbon. Nov. 24, 1925. 1 p.

Armistead, Geo., Houston, to Crocket. Nov. 26, 1925. 1 p.

Jonas Harrison. Handwritten. 2 p.

Arthur, Dora Fowler, Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 22, 1897. 2 p.

Arthur, Dora Fowler, Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 9, 1897. 3 p.

Barker, E. C., Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 23, 1919. 8 p.

Barker, E. C., Austin, to Crocket. Sept. 4, 1919. 2 p.

Blount, S. W., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Mar 5, 1923. 2 p

Bolton, Herbert E., Austin, to Crocket. Nov. 11, 1908. 2 p.

Bowman, L. L., Greenville, to Crocket. Dec. 3, 1927. 1 p.

Notes Copied from the Appendix, DE SOTO AND FLORIDA, by Bernard Shipp. Handwritten. 3 p.

Item 2: B-DAdd to your cart.

Brown, M. B., Crosbyton, to Mayfield, J. E., San Antonio. Sept. 15, 1922. 1 p.

Mayfield, J. E., San Antonio, to Brown, M.B., Crosbyton. Sept. 18, 1922. 2 p. [On verso of letter above].

Brown, M. B., Crosbyton, to Crocket. Sept. 22, 1922. 2 p.

Crocket to Brown, M . B., Crosbyton. Sept. 26, 1922. 3 p.

Brown, M. B., Crosbyton, to Crocket. Jan. 10, 1923. 2 p.

Campbell, Julia Russell, Orange, to Crocket. Apr. 3, 1923. 2 p.

Cartwright, R. L., Waco, to Crocket. Oct. 13, 1919. 2 p.

Cartwright, R. L., Waco, to Crocket. Apr. 16, 1923. 1 p.

Clark, S. E., Carrizo Springs, to Crocket. July 28, 1921. 1 p.

Clark, S. E., Austin, to Crocket. Oct. 21, 1926. 2 p.

Coston, I. A., Lufkin, to Crocket. Sept. 23, 1926. 1 p.

Cruikshank, J. P., Fort Madison, IA, to Crocket. Oct. 9, 1923. 1 p.

Darnell, Addie, Handley, TX, to Crocket. Nov. 12, 1906. 1 p.

Darnell, A. R., Handley, to Crocket. Dec. 26, 1906. 2 p.

Darnell, Sidney, Handley, to Crocket. Mar. 4, 1907. 1 p.

Darnell, Addie R., Handley, to Crocket. May 3, 1907. 2 p.

Davis, John Love [?], Denton, to Crocket. Aug. 5, 1923. 2 p.

Davis, W. T., San Augustine, to Crocket. June 16, 1923. 1 p.

Davis, W. T., San Augustine, to Crocket. Nov. 13, 1923. 1 p. Enclosure: West, Elizabeth H., Austin, to Davis, W. F. [sic], San Augustine. Nov. 10, 1923. 1 p.

DeShields,James T., Farmersville, to Crocket. Aug. 11, 1907. 1 p. [Also Fragment: DeShields to Shindler, Emma B.]

Item 3: D-FAdd to your cart.

DeVaughan, W. E., Colony, OK, to Crocket. May 9, 1927. 1 p.

Seth Dunnigan. Typescript Notes. 1 p.

Dixon, Sam H., Houston, to Crocket. n.d. 1 p.

Dixon, Sam H., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 8, 1923. 1 p.

Dixon, Sam H., Houston, to Crocket. Aug. 7, 1923. 1 p.

Downs, E. D., San Augustine, to Crocket. Jan. 15, 1923. 2 p.

Downs, E. D., San Augustine, to Crocket. Apr. 4, 1923. 2 p.

Dyer, J. O., Galveston, to Crocket. Sept. 20, 1922. 3 p.

Fauntleroy, J. D., Fort Worth, to Crocket. Dec. 1, 1920. 2 p.

Fauntleroy, J. D., Austin, to Crocket. July 25, 1923. 1 p.

Fauntleroy, J. D., Austin, to Crocket. Carbon. July 27, 1923. 2 p.

Fauntleroy, J. D., Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 3, 1923. 1 p.

Fisher, Rebecca J., Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 24, 1919. 4 p

Item 4: F-LAdd to your cart.

Furrh, J. M., Elysian Fields, to Crocket. Dec. 29, 1924. 1 p.

Furrh, J. M., Elysian Fields, to Crocket. Jan. 6, 1925. 2 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. Nov. 8, 1921. 1 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 4, 1922. 1 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 26, 1923, 1 p.

Hatcher, Mattie Austin, Austin, to Crocket. Dec. 12, 1927. 1 p.

Hunter, Kate, Palestine, to Crocket. Sept. 26, 1926. 1 p. Enclosure: "Splendid Program Marks Unveiling of Markers by the Woman's Foundation," PALESTINE DAILY HERALD, Nov. 29, 1926. 2 p.

James, Marquis, New Canaan, CT, to Miss Barham, n.p. Dec. 13, 1927. [Handwritten Notes on back.]

James, W. E., Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 18, 1924. 1 p.

James, W. E., Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 28, 1924. 1 p.

Kellie, E. I., Jasper, to Crocket. Nov. 11, 1921. 1 p.

Kellie, E. I., Jasper, to Crocket. Nov. 16, 1922. 3 p.

Lake, Mary Daggett, Jasper, to Crocket. Aug. 11, 1926. 4 p.

Lake, Mary Daggett, Fort Worth, to Crocket. Aug. 31, 1926. 3 p.

Lake, Mary Daggett, Fort Worth, to Crocket. Oct. 9, 1926. 4 p.

Lake, Mary Daggett, Fort Worth, to Crocket. Nov. 12, 1926. 4 p.

Ledlow, W. F., Austin, to Crocket. Nov. 30, 1923. 1 p.

Ledlow, W. F., Austin, to Crocket. Dec. 7, 1923. 2 p.

Item 5: M-SAdd to your cart.

McClendon, Mrs. S. S., Tyler, to Crocket. Aug. 19, n.y. 3 p.

McKnight, H. L., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Jan. 13, 1923. 1 p.

Enclosures: McKnight, H. L., Nacogdoches, to Watson, Florence

Leigh, Los Angeles, CA. Carbon. Jan. 13, 1923. 1 p.

Watson, Florence Leigh, Los Angeles, CA, to Chamber of

Commerce, Nacogdoches. Jan. 5, 1922 [sic]. 1 p.

Martin, B. W., Kirbyville, to Crocket. Nov. 21, 1922. 3 p.

Martin, Charles L., Dallas, to Crocket. n.d. 4 p.

Milner, R. T., Henderson, to Crocket. Dec. 27, 1920. 2 p.

Milner, R. T., Henderson, to Crocket. Feb. 3, 1921. 1 p.

Polk, Mrs. M. S., Mangum, OK, to Crocket. n.d. 2 p.

Polly, W. A., East Hamilton, to Sharp, Willie G., San Augustine. Aug. 3, 1921. 2 p.

Red, W. S., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 1, 1924. 1 p.

Red, W. S., Austin, to Crocket. July 21, 1927. 1 p.

Redford, Mrs. John, Liberty Hill to Downdes [sic], E. D., n.p. 1 p

Rice, N. G., Columbus, MS, to Crocket. May 19, 1925. 2 p. [Handwritten notes on verso].

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. May 17, 1921. 4 p.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. June 19, 1923. 2 p.

Russell, Mrs. C. A., Orange, to Crocket. Nov. 6, 1924. 1 p.

Russell, Mrs. C. A., Orange, to Crocket. Jan. 5, 1925. 3 p.

Russell, R. E., Orange, to Crocket. Aug., 23, 1919. 1 p.

Satterfield, R. S., Nashville, TN, to Crocket. Aug. 18, 1919. 1 p.

Estill, Loulie, Huntsville, to Crocket. June 12, 1921. 2 p.

Sexton, R. A., Marshall, to Crocket. Nov. 3, 1924. 2 p.

Estill, Loulie Sexton, Huntsville, to Crocket. Nov. 6, 1924. 2 p.

Item 6: S-ZAdd to your cart.

Shaver, Lillie Terrell, Dallas, to Crocket. Apr. 11, 1923. 6 p.

Shaver, Lillie Terrell, Dallas, to Crocket. Apr. 24, 1923. 4 p.

Shindler, Emma B., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Aug. 10, 1907. 2 p.

Shindler, Emma B., Dalhart, to Crocket. June 6, 1912. 4 p.

Smither, Harriet, Austin, to Crocket. Nov. 5, 1925. 1 p.

Tenney, S. M., Rusk, to Crocket. Nov. 12, 1923. 1 p.

Terrell, Geo. B., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 3, 1923. 1 p.

Terrell, Geo. B., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 9, 1923. 2 p.

Handwritten Notes. 1 card.

Walker, J. H., Austin, to Crocket. Aug. 18, 1919. 1 p.

West, Elizabeth H., Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 12, 1923. 1 p.

West, Elizabeth H., Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 15, 1923. 1 p.

West, Elizabeth H., Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 19, 1923. 1 p.

West, Elizabeth H., Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 27, 1923. 1 p.

West, Elizabeth H., Austin, to Crocket. June 7, 1923. 1 p.

To Elizabeth H. West, Austin. Carbon. Nov. 13, 1923. 1 p.

Willson, Sam'l P., Texarkana, to Crocket. Oct. 12, 1924. 2 p. [Handwritten postscript].

Item 7: WAdd to your cart.

Houston, A. J., La Porte, to Woldert, Albert. Handwritten Copy. Apr. 19, 1923. 2 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crockett Apr. 24, 1923. 3 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Mar. 23, 1925. 1 p.

Woldert, Albert, Tyler, to Crocket. Apr. 23, 1925. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Tyler, to Crocket. Aug. 25, 1925. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Tyler, to Crocket. Aug. 31, 1925. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Tyler, to Crocket. Sept. 2, 1925. 1 p. Enclosure: Mission, "Nuestra Senores [sic] Dolores de los Ais." Typescript. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Tyler, to Crocket. Sept. 9, 1925. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Tyler, to Crocket. Dec. 9, 1925. 1 p.

Woldert, Will A., Tyler, to Crocket. Oct. 1, 1926. 1 p.

R. S. Walker. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

"Old Settler," Las Cruces, NM, to Crocket. Aug. 31, 1912. 4 p. with Envelope.

Crocket to "Old Citizen," NM. Sept. 16, 1912. 2 p.

Richard Castleberry. Handwritten Notes and Newspaper Clipping. 1 p.

No name, Orange, to Crocket. Oct. 10, 1919. 2 p.

"Stout's Journey Through the Wilderness," [no source]. Printed. 4 p.

Raymond Daly. Handwritten Notes. 5 p.

"Story of Old Texan Hidden in Forsaken Mausoleum," [no source, n.d.]. Newspaper Clipping. 1 p.

Folder 38: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 39: Notes from Printed SourcesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Notes from ATHANESE DE MEZIORES AND THE LOUISIANA-TEXAS FRONTIER, 1768-1780, by Herbert E. Bolton. Handwritten. n.p. Extracts from TEXAS AND TEXANS by Frank W. Johnson. Handwritten. n.p.Add to your cart.
Item 2: Notes from the HANDBOOK OF AMERICAN INDIANS. Handwritten. n.p. Notes from LIFE OF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN by Eugene C. Barker. Handwritten. n.pAdd to your cart.
Item 3: From TEXAS QUARTERLY HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. Handwritten. 30 p. Notes from L. T. Fulmore's HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY OF TEXAS AS TOLD IN COUNTY NAMES. Handwritten. 33 p.Add to your cart.
Item 4: [Notes from] Gammel's LAWS OF TEXAS. Handwritten. n.p.Add to your cart.
Box 18: NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 40: Miscellaneous Notes, with ContentsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: INDEX TO MISCELLANEOUS NOTES NO. 1Add to your cart.

Spanish governors of Texas....................................................................................1

Governors of Coahuila and Texas...........................................................................2

Texas Dates...........................................................................................................2-b

Armed Soldiers near San Augustine......................................................................3

Anecdotes of A. Horton............................................................................................4

History of the Quirk Grant........................................................................................ 6

Anecdotes of Reese Mathews ,Tom Bullock, W.D. Ratliff, and H. W. Augustine........6

Locations of various parties on western edge of county.......................................9

Family Tree of Elijah Price.....................................................................................11

Extract from Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee (Against Sam Houston)...12

T. W. Blount concerning old houses in San Augustine........................................15

John E. Broocks on changes in the old road east of San Augustine.................17

History of John Conner and Hershel Corzine.......................................................18

Notice of George Woldert......................................................................................19

Map of the main road east of San Augustine, J.H. Broocks...............................20

Anecdote of Mrs. Jones and the Mrs. Stewart Academy ...................................21

E.W. Brown and H.H. Hall by N. W. Whitton.........................................................22

Appointment of S.D.Thomas as Sheriff, T.W. Blount..........................................23

The old Custom House in San Augustine............................................................24

Family Tree of Jacob Garrett.................................................................................25

Family Tree of Benjamin Thomas.........................................................................26

Family Trees of John G. Berry and Jacob Sossaman........................................27

Masonic Institute Papers........................................................................................28

Items and advertisements from Red Land Herald. Jan.5, 1850........................32

Jonathan Anderson, Levi M. Crow, and Obadiah Nations.................................34

Wm. Dickerson, Jacob Herring and Latney Parrott............................................35

E. O. Legrand by J. O. Legrand............................................................................37

Elisha and William Roberts, by W. T. Davis........................................................38

John Cartwright by A. T. Davis.............................................................................39

J.M. Bradley, W.E. Slaughter, Benj. Lindsey, John G. Love..............................40

John G. Broocks, W.G. Sharp..............................................................................42

Killing of Henry M. Kinsey by David Lee.............................................................43

Killing of J. M. Bradley by Thompson..................................................................43

The poison wedding in Shelby county, J.M. Truitt............................................. 45

Anecdote of Regulators by W.J. Teel.................................................................46

Anecdote of A. Horton by B. D. Crocket............................................................47

Crop Failure and consequences in 1881 G.L.C.............................................. 48

Wall Border Feud G.L.C......................................................................................50

Warren Davis by W. T. Davis............................................................................. 55

John Cartwright by R.L. Cartwright......................................................................56

W.D.Ratliff's Company by S. W. Blount Jr......................................................... 57

Map of old Mission by J.J. Bewley......................................................................58

Old Race Track of Samuel Stedham by N.W. Whitton............................ ........60

Anecdote of W. A. Montrose by S.W. Blount Jr ................................................61

Anecdote---Capture of three generals before breakfast S.W.B.....................62

Anecdote of Dr. I. J. Roberts and buried gold G.L.C.......................................63

Anecdotes of Dr. Roberts, B..D. Crocket and A.P. Sossaman......................64

Anecdotes of S.B. Bewley, by J. J. Bewley.......................................................68

Teachers of San Augustine schools T.W.B......................................................70

Andodote of Sam A. Williams by T.W.B...........................................................72

Ballad and Short Connection by H.B. Short.....................................................74

Anecdote of Judge R.S. Walker........................................................................77

Old Camp Meetings G.L.C................................................................................80

Anecdotes of William Scurlock, by B.D.Crocket and William Scurlock Jr.....82

Data from Papers of Col. Elijah Price..............................................................90

Old Ku Klux Klan-- by L. Sharp.........................................................................96

Anecdote of Negro Demonstration in Reconstruction, B.F. Sharp.............107

Item 2: MISCELLANEOUS NOTES No. 2Add to your cart.

John A. Williams by T.W. Blount............................................1

John Sproul and John Sanders by T.W. Blount................................2

Phillip A. Sublett by H.N. Sublett.........................................3

Data of the Guererro league and legend of 14 mule loads of gold, by J. F. McLaurin ..............4

Anecdote of E.K. Davis, T.W. Blount.........................................7

James Russell, T.W. Blount..................................................8

Pinckney Nations, by John S. Henry..........................................9

W. C. Norwood by J. H. Norwood.............................................10

Raymond Daley and Latney Parrott B.F. McLaurin.............................11

Location of Henry L. Rankin, J.M. Rankin and Chas Eppes....................12

F. V. McKee , by Josiah McKee..............................................13

Captain Ratliff's Company in 1836..........................................18

History of settlements on Attoyac, by Juan Y'Barbo Sr......................19

The treasure fight. J.F. McLaurin, N.W. Whitton, Juan Y'Barbo..............22

Map of Treasure fight......................................................26

American drift onto Texas 1799-1810.............................................................27

Samuel Sexton , by Miss Kate Crocket...........................................................30

Buford family-- Miss Kate Crocket...................................................................30

Maximillian Ranch J. Minton..............................................................................31

Settlement on mouth of Ironosa, by Whitton,Y'Barbo, et al............................33

Loggins and Henley families, Cornelius S. Henley.........................................34

Anecdotes by Wm. Garrett of J.M. Bradley and Phillip Sublett.....................35

Preston Loggins -- Raymond Daley feud -- Guy Loggins..............................36

Fort Teran and the Yocum place in Hardin Co, J.F. McLaurin......................37

Manuel Rivers, by N.W. Whitton.......................................................................38

E.O. Legrand, by John O. Legrand , J.M. Norwood et al...............................39

Old Stone floor to ford over Ayish Bayou........................................................42

B. F. Benton, compiled by G.L.C.....................................................................43

Death of Thomas Bullock, by W. W. Wren......................................................45

Travis G. Broocks, by John H. Broocks Jr......................................................46

John H. Broocks by John H. Broocks Jr.........................................................54

Beginning of the Regulators by Sanford.........................................................56

Edmund Quirk Compiled by G.L.C.................................................................57

The Bullock connection--Rho Armstrong........................................................63

John A. Veatch, Andrew Veatch.....................................................................65

Data from County Records..............................................................................70

Family record of N.W. Ware............................................................................71

Mrs. Jones fourteen when she attended Stewart Academy.........................71

Achliles Edong Challis Johnson (Hop Johnson)...........................................73

Anecdote of Jonathen Anderson, told by John Payne to T.W.B..................74

Stephen Prather, Henderson Harvey..............................................................77

Stephen Prather, Comanche Harvey........................................................... ..79

Stephen Prather, and Blasinghame Harvey, G.L.C.......................................82

Estate of Rev. James Russell, Probate Papers............................................84

H.W. Augustine by J.C. Matthews...................................................................85

The Crow Family by Rho Armstrong................................................................86

Social life on the farm, J.J. William..................................................................87

Anecdote of General Edward Burleson Miss Jennie Burleson.....................91

Royal T. Wheeler, vol. 27, Texas Reports.......................................................93

Col. S.W. Blount, Judge S. W. Blount Jr..........................................................99

Folder 41: Miscellaneous NotesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: NotesAdd to your cart.

Notes from CIVIL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF TENNESSEE by John Haywood. Handwritten, 8 p.

Notes from THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS by Clarence R. Wharton. Handwritten. 14 p.

From Richardson's TEXAS ALMANAC. Handwritten. n.p.

Item 2: NotesAdd to your cart.

Notes on OPENING OF THE MISSISSIPPI. Frederick Austin Ogg. Handwritten. 1 p.

Notes from the Secret Journal of the Senate of the Republic of Texas, 1836-1845. Typescript. n.p.

Items on East Texas Indian Relations, MILES REGISTER. Typescript. 9 p.

Notes from Kenney's INDIAN TRIBES. Typescript. 1 p.

Notes from THE FISCAL HISTORY OF TEXAS by William M. Gouge. Typescript. 1 p.

Notes from Monette's VALLEY OF THE MISSISSIPPI. Handwritten. 5 p.

SPANISH AND FRENCH RIVAL [sic] IN GULF REGION. Handwritten. 2 p.

Unidentified notes [Cherokee Indians]. Typescript. 1 p.

Untitled [Indian Names]. Typescript. 3 p.

Item 3: Lamar PapersAdd to your cart.

Lamar Papers Vol. I. Typescript Notes. 3 p.

Lamar Papers Vol. 2. Typescript Notes. 3 p.

Papers Relating to East Texas Listed in THE LAMAR PAPERS Volumes I - VI. Handwritten. 32 p.

Indian Wars in East Texas as Shown in THE LAMAR PAPERS Volume I. Typescript. 8 p.

Indian Wars of East Texas as Told in THE LAMAR PAPERS. [Vol. II] Typescript Carbon. 7 p.

Indian Wars in East Texas as Told in THE LAMAR PAPERS Vol. III. Typescript. 28 p. [Last 5 p. Carbon.]

Notes from LAMAR PAPERS Vol. IV. Typescript. 28 p.

Notes from LAMAR PAPERS Vol. V. Typescript Carbon. 4 p.

Box 19: Research, A-HAdd to your cart.
Folder 42: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 43: Foreign Affairs. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.

"Ferment in Russia," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, May 8, 1905. 1 p.

"Rise of the Russian Empire, [no source], n.d. 1 p.

"Revolutionists in Command at Lisbon," THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, Oct. 6, 1910. 2 p.

"Last Hope of the Monarchists," [The CINCINNATI] [E]NQUIRER, n.d. 2 p.

"Republic is Firmly Founded," [THE CINCINNATI] [ENQUI]RER, n.d. 2 p.

"Monks and Nuns Fleeing by Hundreds Across the Frontiers of Portugal,"

THE CIN[CINNATI ENQUIRER], [Oct.] 10, 1910. 2 p.

"The History of Ireland," [no source], n.d. 1 p.

"Story of the Soudan," HOUSTON DAILY POST, Sept. 11, 1898. 1 p.

"Disgraceful Affair. Rough and Tumble Fight in Parliament," [no source], n.d.

"Balkan Troubles of Ancient Origin," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Oct. 13, 1912. 1 p.

Folder 44: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 45: George Washington BicentennialAdd to your cart.

PROGRAMS FOR THE NATIONWIDE CELEBRATION IN 1932 OF THE TWO HUNDREDTH

ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. Pamphlet. 32 p.

Reese, J. E., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Jan 5, 1932. 1 p.

"George Washington Bicentennial Celebration," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Jan. 17, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Thompson, Whitey, Nacogdoches. Typed Copy. Feb. 4, 1932. 1 p.

Members of Washington Bicentennial Committee. Typescript Carbon. [1932.] 1 p.

Hall, Robert P. Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Feb. 8, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Lewis, Nettie, Nacogdoches. Carbon. Feb. 11, 1932. 1 p.

Enclosure: Dates for celebration programs. Typescript Carbon and Handwritten. 1 p.

Bartlett, Alice Hunt, New York, to Mayor, Nacogdoches. Mimeo. and printed

letter-brochure, signed. Mar. 31, 1932. 4 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Crocket. Mimeo. May 27, 1932. 1 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Crocket. Nov. 30, 1932. 1 p.

Crocket to Bloom, Sol, Washington. Carbon. Dec. 5, 1932. 1 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Crocket. Jan. 10, 1933. 1 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Sir. Mimeo. L. n.d. 1 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Sir. Mimeo. L. n.d. 1 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Sir. Mimeo. L. n.d. 1 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Crocket. Mimeo. L. n.d. 1 p.

Bloom, Sol, Washington, to Sir. Mimeo. L. n.d. 1 p. Enclosure: George Washington and the Constitution. Mimeo. 1 p.

Washington Bi-centennial. Typescript Carbon. 1 p. "Scouts Give Special Program Celebrating Washington's Birth," [no source], n.d. Newspaper Clipping. 1 p.

"Washington's Rules," [no source], n.d. Newspaper Clipping. 1 p

"Tree Planting," by Charles Lathrop Pack. Printed. n.d. 4 p.

"George Washington Bicentennial Commission Clip Sheet." Printed. 1 p.

"George Washington Bicentennial Commission Clip Sheet." Printed. 1 p.

Folder 46: John A. GreerAdd to your cart.

Dashiell, Adelene, Austin, to Crocket. June 21, 1925. [Includes sketch of John Alexander Greer.] 13 p.

Chapter Dimit to John A? Greer. Typescript. 10 p.

Typescript. 18 p. [Includes copy of Dashiell letter.]

Folder 47: J. Pinkney HendersonAdd to your cart.

"First Texas Governor Was Tried for Murder," Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

"Gen. J. Pinkney [sic] Henderson," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

"Old Homestead of Man Who Represented the Republic of Texas at the Court of St. James," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, July 24, 1916. 1 p.

THE TEXAS MAGAZINE, Vol. 1, No. 12, Apr. 1897. [Contains portrait of Henderson.]

Gary, Hampson, Tyler, to Blount, S. W., Nacogdoches. Mar. 24, 1914. 1 p.

J. Pinkney Henderson. [From Johnson's TEXANS WHO WORE THE GRAY.] Typescript. 2 p.

Data from THE HOUSTON POST-DISPATCH, March 31, 1929. Typescript. 1 p.

Folder 48: Historical SocietiesAdd to your cart.

A PLEA FOR COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETIES. Pamphlet. 8 p.

Tucker, Elizabeth, and Sanders, Virginia, Nacogdoches, to Friend. Mimeo. L.S. Apr. 14, 1934. 1 p.

Folder 49: Letters to Colonel W. W. Holman 1841-1844. Typescript [source unknown]. 6 p.Add to your cart.

Isaac Stewart, November 10, 1841

Henderson, April 26, 1844

D.G. Harding, n.d.

Box 20: Research, H-LAdd to your cart.
Folder 50: Alexander HortonAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Minnie Horton Greer LettersAdd to your cart.

Greer, Mrs. R. S., Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. May 27, 1921. 1 p.

Greer, Mrs. R. S., Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. July 5, 1921. 1 p.

Greer, Minnie, Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. Aug. 5, 1921. 1 p

Greer, Minnie H., Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. Jan. 23, 1922. 1 p.

Greer, Minnie H., Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. Oct. 20, 1922. 1 p.

Greer, Minnie Horton, Oklahoma City, OK, to Crocket. Nov. 13, 1922. 2 p.

Item 2: BackgroundAdd to your cart.

Order of Pres. Houston to A. Horton. Typescript. 1 p.

"Account of the Fredonian War and the Battle of Nacogdoches," HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF NACOGDOCHES COUNTY by Richard W. Haltom. Handwritten Copy. n.p.

Item 3: Notes from LIFE OF COL. A. HORTON by His Son Sam Houston Horton. Handwritten Copy. 278 p.Add to your cart.
Item 4: San Augustine TribuneAdd to your cart.

"First Settler at San Augustine Built Home There 100 Years Ago," THE SUNDAY ENTERPRISE [Beaumont], Feb. 17, 1924. 1 p.

Reprint, SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Feb. 28, 1924. 1 p.

"Monument to Mark Grave of Col. Horton," SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Aug. 9, 1929. 1 p.

Item 5: San Augustine TribuneAdd to your cart.

"History of San Augustine," SAN AUGUSTINE HERALD, Apr. 18, 1883. 1 p.

"The Fredonia War," THE REDLAND HERALD, Oct. 6, 1921. 1 p.

"An Early and More Particular Description of San Augustine County," SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, July 10, 1930. 1 p.

[Cont.] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, July 17, 1930. 2 p.

[Cont.] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, July 24, 1930. 1 p.

[Cont.] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, July 31, 1930. 2 p.

"A True But Bloody History of the Past," [SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE], Aug. 7, 1930. 1 p.

[Cont.] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Aug. 14, 1930. 1 p.

"San Augustine - Her History, Religious Teachings and Social Life," [SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE], Aug. 21, 1930. 2 p .

[Cont. ] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Aug. 28, 1930. 1 p.

[Cont. ] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Sept. 4, 1930. 1 p.

[Cont.] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Sept. 11, 1930. 1 p.

[Cont.] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Sept. 18, 1930. 1 p.

[Cont. ] SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Sept. 25, 1930. 1 p.

Note of Mrs. Mary Dean Daniel. Handwritten. 3 p.

Item 6: Typescripts of Newspaper Clippings. Carbon. 107 p.Add to your cart.
Item 7: Typescripts of Newspaper Clippings. Part Carbon. n.p.Add to your cart.
Item 8: Life of Alexander Horton and Early History of San Augustine County. Typescript Carbon. 12 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 51: Samuel HoustonAdd to your cart.

"Sam Houston - Comet of the Plains," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Dec. 25, 1927. 1 p.

"'The Belle of New Orleans' Is What Sam Houston Wrote of Woman He Loved," Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

"Additional Letters of Sam Houston Throw Interesting Side-Lights on the Career of This Remarkable Man;" Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

"When Gen. Sam Houston Chose a Godmother," TIIE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, n.d. 1 p.

"Fiery Sam Houston's War With Himself," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Mar. 18, 1928. 1 p.

"Colonel Drake Tells Story of Houston Portrait," Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

"First Great Work of Artist to Be Given to Houston," THE HOUSTON POST, Jan. 5, 1921. 1 p.

"Heroic Portrait of Sam Houston Presented City by Texas Artist," THE HOUSTON POST, Jan. 7, 1921. 1 p.

"One of the Early Homes of East Texas," THE HOUSTON POST, June 4, 1905. Typescript. 7 p. [Contains romance between Houston and Cornelia Sossaman].

Folder 52: Houston and Galveston, TexasAdd to your cart.

"Houston Fifty Years or More Ago," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Oct. 14, 1902. 2 p.

"Houston Society Fifty Years Ago," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Oct. 14, 1902. 1 p.

"The Churches, Religious Societies and Sunday Schools of Houston," HOUSTON DAILY POST, Nov. 22, 1903. 1 p.

"Main Street as It Was," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Sept. 2, 1906. 1 p.

"Harris County's Court Houses [sic]," HOUSTON DAILY POST, Dec. 13, 1908. 1 p.

"Old Residents of Houston," Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

"Houston Light Guard's Long List of Victories," Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

"As a Woman Saw It" [Houston, 1900]. 1 p.

Folder 53: Application of William Scurlock and Sydney Van Bibber, San Augustine, Typescript. 2 p., October 12, 1840Add to your cart.
Folder 54: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 55: "Trial, Conviction and History of the Notorious Outlaw, L. L. Loggins Alias R. P. Wright," SAN AUGUSTINE WEEKLY NEWS, . Typescript. 5 p., August 16, 1888Add to your cart.
Box 21: Research, M-NAdd to your cart.
Folder 56: M. W. Loving: Papers and Letters,  Typescript 6 p. and Typescript 11 p., 1831-1849Add to your cart.
Folder 57: A Journal of the Coincidences and Acts of Thomas S. McFarland. Typescript 65 p. and Typescript n.p. [ETRC has original.]Add to your cart.
Folder 58: J. E. Mayfield and FamilyAdd to your cart.

Notes from Abstract of Rose Lake Property - J. R. Gray. Typescript. 1 p.

Questions from the Writings of Dr. Mayfield. Typescript. 3 p.

Notes on the Mayfield Family by Dr. A. A. Nelson and Giles Haltom Typescript. 1 p. Handwritten. 2 p.

Information from J. H. Summers. Typescript. 2 p.

3 Letters from J. E. Mayfield to Crocket. 1921-22. 16 p.

Mayfield Papers. Typescript. 47 p. [Some carbon.]

INDEX TO MAYFIELD PAPERS

Liberty Elm........................................................................1

Nacogdoches: name and Traditions..............................2

Gil Y'Barbo.........................................................................3

Mounds...............................................................................3

Old Stone Fort....................................................................3

Human bones found at old Bacey place...........................4

Church at Stone Fort Bank site.................................5

Old San Antonio Road...........................................5

Old Spanish Missions...........................................6

Old North church...............................................7

W. A. Skillern.................................................7

Linn Flat trouble..............................................9

James R. Arnold's Company......................................10

Silk Hats...................................................................12

Nacogdoches Companies in Confederate Army......................13

Helena Rusk....................................................14

Old Michelli Crossing..........................................15

Letter from Judge P. F. Edwards; Sam Houston's hat.............16

Old Mexican Customs............................................17

The Nacogdoches Court Houses...................................18

John W. (Dick) Johnson.........................................20

Spanish Names............................................................................21

Old San Antonio Road.................................................................22

Adventure of "Claude Riviere".....................................................23

Captain Clark's Company............................................................24

Old Houses in Nacogdoches.......................................................25

Foreign born Citizens of Nacogdoches......................................27

The "Sentinel" and the Haltoms...................................................28

Laura Fair.......................................................................................31

Letters to J. R. Gray.......................................................................32

H. C. Fuller to J. E. Mayfield re Peter Ellis Bean........................38

J. E. Mayfield to G. L. Crocket......................................................42

Folder 59: Mexico, Wars with. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.

"Taming the Border with Zachary Taylor," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, July 10, 1927. 1 p.

"Dallas Man Was Maximilian's Aide," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, June 26 1927. 1 p.

"Women and Old Men's Retreat Before Mexican Invaders Big Page in the History of Texas," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, May 24, 1925. 1 p.

"Gachupin War Was Texas' Bloodiest," THE DALLAS M0RNING NEWS, May 20, 1928. 2 p.

"A Noted Battle," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Sept. 22, 1901. 1 p.

"History Denies the Real Saviors of Texas," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, June 23, 1929. 1 p.

Folder 60: Mexico, Alaska, Arctic, Antarctic. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.

"Presidents of Mexico have had Stormy Careers," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Nov. 28, 1920. 1 p.

"Pancho Villa Made History in Mexico and This Country During the Past Ten Years," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, July 29, 1923. 1 p.

"American Cavalry Troops Near to Effecting Villa's Capture," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Uncharted Channels of the Yukon River," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Dr. Cook Equipped for Great Feat Performed," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Cook Steps on Land as Thousands Cheer," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Story of Cook Is Told in Part," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, n.d. 1 p.

"Dr. Cook's Thrilling Story 'The Conquest of the Pole,'" THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Sept. 26, 1909. 1 p.

"Peary Assails Cook from Arctic Region," [no source, 1909]. 1 p.

"Lieut. Peary Claims Honor Is All His," [no source, 1909]. 1 p.

"Some Sidelights that Gleam along Pathway to North Pole," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, [1909]. 1 p.

"Bridgman Is on Way North," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, n.d. 1 p.

"Only South Pole Left; One Goal Less to Aim At," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, n.d. 1 p.

"Capt. Scott and 65 Die in South Pole Blizzard after Reaching Goal," [no source, n.d.] 2 p.

"Only 5 Dead; First Flash from Pole an Error,'' [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

Folder 61: Miscellaneous ClippingsAdd to your cart.

"From the Pedagogue's Viewpoint," Roland Ringwalt, THE LIVING CHURCH, July 28, 1917. [Also, "Religious Education," W. L. DeVries]. 2 p.

"Patrick Henry's Call to Arms," Newspaper Clipping, n.d. 1 p.

"The House of Savoy," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, July 4, 1920. 1 p.

"Some Dramatic Incidents in the Life of Empress Eugenie, Saddest Woman in the World," THE GALVESTON [DAILY NEWS], July 19, 1920. 1 p.

"The Strange Story of Caleb Cushing," Roland Ringwalt, THE LIVING CHURCH, Dec. 30, 1916. 2 p.

Folder 62: Missions. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.

"Gold Found in a Chapel," [Nacogdoches, 1900?] 1 p.

"The Ancient Missions of Texas," HOUSTON DAILY POST, July 28, 1907. 1 p.

"First Cathedral Ceremony Described," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Mar. 12, 1922. 1 p.

"Pastoral Letter Issued by Catholic Episcopate Tells of Church in Mexico," [no source], Dec. 16, 1926. 1 p. [Also contains account of Agatha Christie's amnesia.]

"Bishop Describes Struggles [Early Galveston Diocese History], [GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Feb. 1922]. 1 p.

"First Texas Missions Were Frontier Institutions," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Feb. 19, 1922. 1 p.

"Arrival of First Priests at Galveston Related," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Feb. 26, 1922. 1 p.

"The Midnight Ride of Six Bell-Ringers," Jan Isbelle Fortune, THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Mar. 25, 1928. 2 p.

Folder 63: Nacogdoches County - AgricultureAdd to your cart.

"Agriculture and Poultry Campaigns On," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Feb. 20, 1927. 1 p.

"Jes' Wildcattin' for Independence," FARM AND RANCH, Aug. 15, 1932. 2 p.

"Nacogdoches County Farmers Begin Truck Growing," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

Folder 64: Nacogdoches - BiographyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A-ZAdd to your cart.

"Julia Truett Bishop," DAILY SENTINEL, June 1, 1931. 1 p.

"Judge Blount Thrills Bar with Address," DAILY SENTINEL, Feb. 6, 1928. 1 p.

"Historic Nacogdoches [Mary S. B. Dana-Shindler]" [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Haden Edwards Was Elected First Tax Assessor of Nacogdoches County," [no source, n.d.] 2 p.

"Charles Albert Hotchkiss, Aged Citizen, Formerly of This City, Dead at Hospital in Dallas Today," [no source, n.d.] 2 p.

"Old Resident of Texas Dies - Mrs. Roberta Hotchkiss. . .," [DALLAS] MORNING NEWS, June 27, 1927. 1 p.

"Dr. Irion, the 'Col. House of Republic,"' THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Dec. 15, 1929. 1 p.

"Today Is Lamar Day," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"George Matthews. . . " [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"George H. Matthews," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

Sulphen vs Norris. Typescript. 5 p.

Item 2: P-ZAdd to your cart.

"The Christmas Present Santa Claus Brought to Tom Ochiltree," ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT, [1902]. [Romance with Adah Isaacs Menken]. 1 p.

"Mrs. Sophia Peevey Gives Some History in Oil Development," [no source], Apr. 7, 1931. 1 p.

"When John H. Reagan Was Overseer," DAILY SENTINEL, June 6, 1929. 1 p.

"Story of David Rusk, First Sheriff, Nacogdoches," DAILY SENTINEL, Sept. 5, 1929. 1 p.

"Mrs. Emily Edwards Smith. . ., [no source; n.d.] 1 p.

"John Spradley of Nacogdoches, Getter of Bad Men," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Apr. 10, 1921. 1 p.

"Diary of Adolphus Sterne, Rich in Texas History, Is Presented at Joint Session," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Feb. 15, 1925. 1 p.

"Old Reader Of THE NEWS Recalls Events of Early Texas History," THE GALVESTON NEWS, __20, 1922. 1 p.

"Oldest Mason and Oldest Native Texan Among Those at Intercity Meet," [THE GALVESTON] DAILY NEWS, n.d. 1 p.

"Oldest Native Born Texan Recalls Days of Republic," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Texas' Oldest Mason Dies at Palestine," [no source, n.d.] 2 p.

"Nacogdoches Was Home of First Texas Millionaire Who Operated Store Here," THE REDLAND HERALD [Nacogdoches], Mar. 8, 1934. 2 p

Folder 65: The Enumeration of the Inhabitants of the Town of Nacogdoches. Typescript. 20 p., 1847Add to your cart.
[Library has original. Note added by Mildred Wyatt, 1970].
Folder 66: Nacogdoches - ChurchesAdd to your cart.

"Simpson Camp Ground," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

"Cove Spring Campmeeting - Some Old Time Preachers," [DAILY SENTINEL., n.d.] 1 p.

"Old North Church To Observe Anniversary On Sunday, May 4," [DAILY SENTINEL], n.d. 1 p.

"The Catholic Church," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 15, 1921. 2 p.

"History of the Catholic Church in Nacogdoches'" [DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928.] 1 p.

"Rockwell Man Gives More Early Data on Presbyterian Church," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Baptist Pastor Completes Five Years in City," DAILY SENTINEL, May 5, 1928. 2 p.

"New Church Opens Doors," THE REDLAND HERALD [Nacogdoches], Nov. 27, 1930. 2 p.

"Records Show North Church Descendant from Apostolic Body," DAILY SENTINEL, May 5, 1928. 1 p.

"Our Historic Elm," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"History of Work of Father of Missions in Texas Related by Bishop Sam R. Hay at Dedication," HOUSTON POST-DISPATCH, Sept. 19, 1926.

"Old Christ's Church," THE DAILY SENTINEL, Feb. 9, 1900. 1 p. [4 pieces].

Box 22: Research, NacogdochesAdd to your cart.
Folder 67: Nacogdoches - DescriptionAdd to your cart.

Nacogdoches and Nacogdoches County. Typescript. 3 p.

"New Pictures of an old Town," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Mar. 9, 1930. 1 p.

"Some Historic Shrines," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

Folder 68: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 69: Nacogdoches - EducationAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

"Historic Old City Now Education Center," LUFKIN DAILY NEWS, Apr. 18, 1932. [Also Lufkin industry and schools.] 8 p.

"Local Educational History," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Teachers for County's Common Schools for New Year Announced," THE REDLAND HERALD, Sept. 16, 1926. 1 p.

"Scholastic Population," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

"State Teachers Students Make Honors Stands," SHREVEPORT TIMES, Feb. 1, 1924. 1 p

Item 2Add to your cart.

Bulletin of the Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College, June 15, 1933. Printed. 6 p.

A Defense of the State Teachers Colleges. [Feb. 1933]. Printed. 8 p.

Folder 70: Nacogdoches History 1800-1900Add to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

"Story of First Census of Nacogdoches," REDLAND HERALD, Apr. 17, 1930. 1 p.

"Letter Tells of Early Frontier Life in Texas," THE CHAMPION [Center], Aug. 5, 1925. 1 p.

"Some History and Tradition," [DAILY SENTINEL], n.d. 1 p. [4 pieces.]

"Scenes from Historical Pageant, 'Nacogdoches, "' HOUSTON POST-DISPATCH, May 31, 1925. 1 p.

"Along the San Antonio Trail," [no source, n.d.] 1 p. [Typescript note attached.]

"Egg Nogg Branch," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

"Sketch of the Early Times of East Texas," [Galveston, n.d.] 1 p. [Sam Houston-Cornelia Sossamon romance].

"Rev. Crocket Tells of Local History in Chapel," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"Nacogdoches 50 Years Ago Was Small Compared to Present," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

"Texas Town in 1716 Place of Indian Mission," DALLAS [MORNING?] NEWS, June 13, 1926. 1 p.

Item 2: FrontierAdd to your cart.

Notes from Lester G. Bugbee's "The Texas Frontier" Publications of Southern History Association, March 1900. Typescript. 5 p.

The Mexican Town of Nacogdoches. Typescript Carbon. 30 p.

The Spanish City of Nacogdoches. Typescript with Handwritten Notes. 11 p.

Pueblo de Nacogdoches. List of Foreigners. [1804]. Typescript. 3 p.

Item 3: Civil WarAdd to your cart.

"Civil War Relic," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 30, 1930. 1 p. Typescript. 4 p.

"Confederate Pensioners," DAILY SENTINEL, June 2, 1930. 1 p. Typescript. 2 p.

Memorandum Notebook with Handwritten Notes - Company H 4th Texas. n.p.

Company H - 4th Texas. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Company H - 4th Texas. Handwritten Notes. 4 p. Typescript. 4 p.

Handwritten Notes on Summers Lumber Co. Paper. 3 p. Typescript. 2 p.

Rosters of Military Companies in East Texas. Company H. 4th Texas. Typescript. 5 p.

Handwritten List on Tucker, Hayter & Co. Letterhead. 1 p. Typescript and Note added 1959. 1 p.

Folder 71: Nacogdoches History - 1900 to dateAdd to your cart.

"Nacogdoches County Has Many Killings in the Last Few Years," [DAILY SENTINEL, n,d,] 1 p.

"County Seat Town in Flourishing Section of Texas Where 'Loyalty' Is the Only Password," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, Aug. 28, 1918. 1 p.

Nacogdoches County Casualty List [WW I]. Printed with Handwritten Notes. 2 p. Typescript. 5 p.

Folder 72: Nacogdoches - IndustriesAdd to your cart.

"Historic East Texas Town Spells Progress," THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, n.d. 1 p.

Nacogdoches - Econ. Conditions [Notes from REDLAND HERALD, Jan.-June 1930]. Handwritten. 6 p.

Nacogdoches - Industries. [Notes from REDLAND HERALD, Jan. - June, 1930]. Handwritten. 6 p.

"Summary Shows," THE REDLAND HERALD, Jan. 1, 1931. 2 p.

Folder 73: Nacogdoches MiscellanyAdd to your cart.

Adams, Walter D., Forney, to Crocket. Feb. 11, 1930. 1 p. Enclosure: "East Texas Druggists Meet at Nacogdoches," Walter D. Adams, THE TEXAS DRUGGIST, June, 1929. 2 p.

"New December Cold Record Set by Blizzard," THE DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 23, 1929. 1 p.

"Biggest Snow in History Falls in Doches County Last Weekend," THE REDLAND HERALD, Dec. 26, 1929. 1 p.

"Worst Blizzard in Century Moves Southward," THE DAILY SENTINEL, Jan. 21, 1930. 1 p.

"Historic Hardeman House Burns," [DAILY SENTINEL, n.d.] 1 p.

"Story of Old Pattonia," [no source, n.d.] 1 p.

"County Clerk," [DAILY SENTINEL, n.d.] 1 p.

"County Tax Valuations," and "District Clerks," [DAILY SENTINEL, 1928] 1 p.

"Nacogdoches County Sheriffs," [DAILY SENTINEL, 1928]. 1 p.

"Populations Figgers [sic]," [DAILY SENTINEL], 1928. 1 p.

"Postoffice [sic] History," [DAILY SENTINEL, 1928]. 1 p.

"Start Studies of Texas Pine," [DAILY SENTINEL, n.d.]. 1 p.

"The Story of Bill Longley," [DAILY SENTINEL, n.d.]. 1 p.

"Has Note Released by Gail Borden Jr.," THE GALVE[STON DAILY NEWS], 1925. 1 p.

"Saving Forests of East Texas Is Gaining Rapidly," SHREVEPORT TIMES, Feb. 1, 1924. 1 p

Folder 74: Nacogdoches NewspapersAdd to your cart.

"G. M. Haltom," [DAILY SENTINEL, 1928]. 2 p.

"R. W. Haltom," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

"Our Special Anniversary Edition," DAILY SENTINEL, Dec. 8, 1928. 1 p.

"Early Newspaper History," [no source, n.d.]. 1 p.

Folder 75: Nacogdoches - OilAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

Cartwright, J. I., Terrell, to Cullinan, J. S., Houston. T.L. Copy. Nov. 11, 1933. 1 p.

Cullinan, J. S., Houston, to Cartwright, J. I., Terrell. T.L. Copy. Nov. 24, 1933. 1 p.

Cullinan, J. S., Houston, to Ayres, Frank C., Boston, MA. Mimeo. L. Feb. 21, 1934. 1 p. [Enclosure: Petroleum Industry - Texas. 5 p.]

Captain L. R. Barrett. . . . Typescript. 1 p.

Nacogdoches Oil Field. Typescript. 3 p.

Nacogdoches Oil Field. Typescript. 2 p.

Nacogdoches Oil Field. Typescript. 2 p.

Notes Furnished by Mr. George E. Ginter, Manager of the Yuba Oil Company, Nacogdoches, Texas. Typescript. 1 p.

Typescript. 1 p.

Typescript Carbon with Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Oil - Nacogdoches. Typescript. 1 p.

Oil Wells - Nacogdoches. Typescript. 1 p.

Typescript Carbon with Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

The Shallow Oil Field in Nacogdoches County. By G. L. Crocket, 1934. Typescript. 13 p.

Typescript Carbon. 12 p.

Typescript. 13 p. Special Laws of the State of Texas - Eleventh Legislature. Typescript. 2 p.

Typescript. 2 p.

Texas Petroleum Progress. Typescript. 1 p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Nacogdoches County. Lease Block Map. Feb. 23, 1931. Printed. 3 p.

Nacogdoches County. Lease Block Flap Corrected to Mar. 14, 1931. Printed. 3 p.

Nacogdoches County. Lease Block Flap Corrected to Apr. 11, 1931. Printed. 3 p.

Nacogdoches County Oil Development Map Corrected to May 27, 1931. Printed. 4 p.

Nacogdoches County Oil Development Map Corrected to June 6, 1931. Printed. 4 p.

WHAT THE OIL BUSINESS MEANS TO TEXAS. Jacob F. Molters. Printed. [1933?] 8 p.

"Story of Nacogdoches Oil Field as Told Twenty-Six Years Ago," [DAILY SENTINEL, n.d.] 1 p.

Item 3Add to your cart.

Oil Situation in Nacogdoches County. Handwritten Notes. 4 p.

Tom Baker. Handwritten Notes. 2 p. Handwritten Notes. [On New Amsterdam Casualty Company letterhead.] 1 p.

Nacogdoches Oil Field. Handwritten Notes. 3 p.

W. A. Neal. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Special Laws of the State of Texas. 11th Legis. Handwritten. 3 p.

Oil Wells, Nac. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Olympian Oil Co. (?). Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Papers in SFA College. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Notes from Mr. George E. Ginter. Handwritten. 1 p.

List of oil leases. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Folder 76: Old Stone FortAdd to your cart.

The Stone Fort. Handwritten Notes. 4 p.

Mrs. Ingraham says. . . . Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Lecture on the Old Stone Fort As Delivered before the Perkins Literary Society. By the Milwood Bard. Typescript. 3 p.

"The Old Stone Fort. Christmas 1824 at Nacogdoches, Texas," J. C. Tolman, THE TEXACO STAR, Dec. 1923. Printed. 6 p.

"First Cases Tried in Old Stone Fort," lno source, 1907. 1 p.

"The Old Stone Fort," THE DAILY SENTINEL, July 2, 1901. 1 p.

"Old Stone Fort," [HOUSTON POST?], 1907. 1 p.

"Relics Presented," DAILY SENTINEL, Mar. 9, 1908. 1 p.

"Old Stone Fort - Nacogdoches," [DAILY SENTINEL], n.d. 1 p.

"Texas First Jury Report 90 Years Ago Today Is Recalled," DAILY SENTINEL, Sept. 10, 1927. 2 p.

"History Class Of Nacogdoches High School Makes Tour of Interesting Points in Immediate Territory," DAILY SENTINEL, Feb. 14, 1928. 1 p.

"Rebuilding the Fort," DAILY SENTINEL, May 29, 1907. 1 p.

"Under Five Flags," DAILY SENTINEL, May 31, 1901. 1 p.

"The Old Stone Fort of Nacogdoches, As Told by Martha Emmons, Teacher," DAILY SENTINEL, Feb. 29, 1928. 1 p.

"Preacher Who Died at Menard Born in Old Stone Fort at Nacogdoches," DALLAS [MORNING NEWS], n.d. 1 p.

"Preserve the Old Fort," DAILY SENTINEL, Mar. 12, 1902. 1 p.

"Old Stone Fort, Nacogdoches, Texas." Printed Postcard.

Folder 77: Nacogdoches and Southeastern Railroad Company. Typescript with Handwritten Notes. 1 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 78: Nacogdoches UniversityAdd to your cart.

Some Leaves from the "Treasurer's Register. . . ." Lois Foster Blount. Typescript.

Nacogdoches University. [Advertisement from the RED-LANDER, 1845-1846.] Typescript Carbon. 3 p.

Box 23: Research, R-SAdd to your cart.
Folder 79: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 80: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 81: Martin ParmerAdd to your cart.

Dixon, Sam H., Houston, to Crocket. Oct. 9, 1923. 1 p.

Zuber, W. P., Iola, to Hon. A. W..Morris, Willis. T.L. [Copy?] Aug. 30, 1902. 7 p.

Biographical Sketches of Martin Parmer, East Texas Pioneer. W. P. Zuber. Typescript. 54 p.

Typescript. 28 p

Folder 82: From Dr. I. J. Roberts' Scrapbook. Handwritten and Typescript, n.p. Typescript, 23 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 83: O. M. Roberts.Add to your cart.

Historical Lecture at the University at 8:30 P.M., May 26, 1893. Typescript Carbon. 19 p.

Typescript [mostly carbon]. 34 p.

Bill of sale for slave girl from Roberts to Abner Prather. Typescript. 1 p.

Folder 84: Elisha and Lucy Pursia RobertsAdd to your cart.

Lucy Pursia Roberts. [Account of digging a well in beseiged Stone Fort]. Handwritten Notes. 4 p.

Summons for Elisha Roberts, 1826. Typescript. 1 p.

Entrance Certificate signed Elisha Roberts. Typescript. 1p.

Folder 85: Memorandum of Robert E. Russell. Handwritten 12 p. Typescript 7 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 86: Russell Heirs vs James Mason. Typescript 25 p. Typescript Carbon 33 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 87: San Augustine Biography A-LAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

H. G. Alexander. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Sharp, Frank [?], Jr., Nacogdoches, to Crocket. Oct. 4, 1923. 2 p.

Enclosure: "Still Reading the NEWS at Eighty-Six," [DALLAS NEWS], n.d. 1 p.

Affidavit of Hampton Anderson. Handwritten Copy. l p.

Bailey Anderson Probate Papers. Handwritten Copy. 2 p.

Sumner Bacon. Handwritten Notes [of S. H. Horton]. 1 p.

Alanson Wyllis Canfield. Typescript. 2 p.

John Cartwright. . . . Handwritten Notes. 3 p.

The History of the John Cartwright Settlement. Handwritten. 7 p.

John Cartwright. Typescript. 3 p.

Family Record, Taken from the John Cartwright Bible. Handwritten Copy. 3 p.

Cartwright Family of Texas. Typescript Carbon. 3 p.

Cartwright, R. L., Waco, to Crocket. Aug. 19, 1918. 2 p.

Cartwright, R. L., Waco, to Crocket. Mar. 8, 1923. 3 p.

Cartwright, Leonidas, Terrell, to Crocket. Dec. 23, 1923. 1 p.

Collins, H. H., San Augustine, to Crocket. n.d. 2 p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

"The Oldest Texan [Edwin Daughtrey]," THE HOUSTON POST, 1905. 1 p.

Notes from Will of A. M. Davis. . . . Handwritten. 5 p.

Warren Davis. . . . Handwritten Notes. 4 p.

Martin, J. W., Waxahachie, to Crocket. Sept 16, 1929. 2 p.

[William Dever and Runaway Scrape.]

John Edwards. Handwritten Notes. l p.

Case of Monroe Edwards vs Edward Davis. Handwritten. 1 p.

Jacob Garrett. Handwritten. 5 p.

Jacob Garrett. Typescript. 4 p

Typescript. 3 p.

Downs, E. D., Austin, to Crocket. Feb. 20, 1923. 1 p.

Downs, E. D., Austin, to Crocket. Jan. 26, 1923. 2 p.

Pearson, W. B., Waco, to Crocket. Apr. 29, 1925. 1 p. [J. A. Greer.]

Pearson, W. B., Waco, to Crocket. July 31, 1925. 2 p. [John A. Greer.]

Dashiell, Adelene W., Terrell, to Crocket. July 26, 1926. 3 p. [John A. Greer.]

Legislative Reference Librarian to Downs, [E. D.]. Memo. n.d. 1p. [John A. Greer.]

Kemp, L. W., Houston to Crocket. Oct. 11, 1929. 1 p. [John A. Greer.]

Kemp, L. W., Houston, to Crocket. Dec. 3, 1929. 1 p. Enclosure: Typescript 2 p. on John A. Greer.

Carter, Sam H., Austin, to Downs, E. D., Austin. Mar. 3, 1923. 1 p. [Green]

Downs, E. D., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 7, 1923. 1 p. [Green]

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Roberts, M. C., Terrell, to Crocket. June 10, 1923. 1 p. Enclosure: Gen. John S. Griffith. Typescript. 3 p.

Kellie, E. I., Jasper, to Crocket. Nov. 10, 1926. 3 p. [Hanks and John C. Brooks.]

Hanks and Bullock. Handwritten Notes. 3 p.

A. Horton. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

A. G. Kellogg. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Dixon, Sam H., Houston, to Crocket. Jan. 12, 1923. 1 p. [E. O. Legrand and S. W. Blount.]

Martin, Cynthia M., San Augustine, to Carroll, [Hattie Dunn], [El Dorado, AR]. July 27, 1927. 1 p.

Carroll, Mattie Dunn, El Dorado, AR, to Crocket. July 25, 1927. 3 p. [Burnell J. Lewis.]

The Abel Allison Lewis Family Typescript. 1 p.

Isaac Lindsey. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Will of John Lout. Handwritten Notes. 1 p. [On back of: Jones, A.W., Jr, St. Louis, MO, to Crocket. Mimeo. L. S. Aug. 19, 1919. re: Red Cross. 1 p.]

Box 24: Research, San AugustineAdd to your cart.
Folder 88: San Augustine Biography M-ZAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

The McFarlands. . . . Handwritten. 4 p.

Russell, R. E., Orange, to Crocket. Aug. 9, 1919. 4 p.

McFarland, R. E., Orange, to Crocket. Aug. 14, 1919. 2 p.

McFarland, R. E., Orange, to Crocket. Aug. 25, 1919. 5 p.

McFarland, R. E., Orange, to Crocket. Aug. 26, 1919. 2 p.

Simpson, Ruth Smith, Abilene, to County Clerk, San Augustine. May 21, 1928. 3 p.

Red, W. S., Austin, to Cockerham, Rev. M. O., n.p. Aug. 8, 1924. [Marcus A. Montrose and San Augustine University.] 3 p.

Polk, Jas. V., Beaumont, to Crocket. Feb. 20, 1923. 1 p.

Enclosure: The Polk Family. Handwritten. 7 p.

Polk, Jas. V., Beaumont, to Crocket. Apr. 28, 1923. 2 p.

Davis, W. T., San Augustine, to Polk, Jas. V., Beaumont. Handwritten copy. Dec. 12, 1922. 4 p. ,

Genealogy of Polk family. Handwritten chart. 4 p.

Obituary Notice of Col. Elijah Price. Nov. 23, 1852. Broadside. 1 p.

Boone [?], Mamie Louise, Dallas, to Crocket. June 25, 1921. 3 p. [Davis family.]

Gordon, Lillian Price, Ft. Worth, to Crocket. Sept. 6. 4 p.

Pugh, Thos. J., Hearne, to Crocket. Feb. 25, 1928. 1 p. [Enclosure: Texas Pioneers Heretofore Unsung and a Bit of History Heretofore Unrecorded. Pugh Family. Typescript. 3 p.]

Item 2Add to your cart.

Horace Randall. Handwritten. 2 p.

Horace Randall . . . Handwritten Notes. 1 p. [on verso: Act providing for public schools. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.] Typescript. 1 p.

Rankin, Harry W., Houston, to Crocket. Nov. 18, 1924. 1 p.

Manuel Rivers. . . Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Harry [Rankin], n.p. Nov. 16, 1924. 2 p.

Dr. I. J. Roberts. . . Typescript Notes. 1 p

Item 3Add to your cart.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. May 6, 1921. 3 p.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. June 17, 1921. 10 p.

Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. Typescript Copy. 4 p.

Roberts, John W., Arcadia, to Crocket. June 21, 1921. 7 p.

[Elisha Roberts Family.] Roberts, John H., Arcadia, to Crocket. July 27, 1921. 2 p.

Elisha Roberts. Typescript with handwritten addenda. 3 p.

Roberts Family. Handwritten Notes. 3 p.

Russell, James - Probate Papers. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Scurry, Edgar, Wichita Falls, to Crocket. May 17, 1923. 3 p.

Scurry, Edgar, Wichita Falls, to Crocket. May 18, 1923. 1 p.

Scurry, Edgar, Wichita Falls, to Crocket. May 25, 1923. 1 p.

Scurry, Edgar, Wichita Falls, to Crocket. June 12, 1923. 1 p.

Clark, S. E., Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 13, 1923. 2 p.

Enclosure: The Scurry Family. Handwritten. 4 p.

Rector, N. A., Austin, to Crocket. Apr. 20, 1923. 1 p.

Item 4Add to your cart.

Phillip A. Sublett. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

Phillip A. Sublett. Handwritten. 4 p. Typescript. 4 p.

H. L. Sublett and K. L. Anderson. Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Henry W. Augustine. Handwritten Notes. 3 p.

Sexton. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

James Smith . . . [folks] Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Beniamin Thomas. Children. Handwritten Chart. 1 p.

Benjamin Thomas. Handwritten. 4 p.

Benjamin Thomas. Handwritten. 6 p.

Polk, Jas. V., Beaumont, to Crocket. Feb. 19, 1923. 9 p.

Enclosures: Benjamin Thomas. Handwritten. 6 p.

Notes [San Augustine Familles]. Handwritten. 5 p.

Robt. Benedell Russell. . . Handwritten Notes. 1 p.

Shadrack D. Thomas. Handwritten Note Card. 1 p.

Thomas Sewell Thompson: Handwritten Note Card. 1 p.

Truit, James W., Tenaha, to Crocket. Nov. 14, 1919. 8 p.

[Regulators - Moderators.]

Truit, James W., Tenaha, to Crocket. Dec. 27, 1919. 2 p.

Truit, James W., Tenaha, to Crocket. June 7, 1909. 2 p.

B. R. Wallace. Handwritten Notes on Envelope. 1 p.

Waterhouse Family. Handwritten Notes. 2 p.

"Some Facts about George W. Smith," DAILY SENTINEL, July 8, 1931. 3 p.

Folder 89: San Augustine - Biographical SketchesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Sketches Inserted in History. Handwritten List. 1 p. Biographical Sketches. Handwritten. n. p.Add to your cart.
Item 2: Biographical Sketches. Typescripts:Add to your cart.

Kenneth L. Anderson. 2 p.

James Madison Ardry. 1 p.

Henry W. Augustine. 2 p.

Benjamin Franklin Benton. 1 p.

John P. Border. 1 p.

John C. Brooke. 1 p.

Alanson Wyllys Canfield. 2 p.

Chichester Chaplin. 1 p.

Amos Clark. 1 p.

Nicholas H. Darnell. 1 p.

Alexander Marvell Davis. 1 p.

Francis H. Dixon. 1 p.

Charles C. Eppes and Robert H. Martin. 1 p.

John Alexander Greer. 2 p.

Nathaniel Hunt. 1 p.

James B. Johnson. 1 p.

William Kimbro and John D. Nash. 1 p.

John G. Love. 1 p.

Donald McDonald. 1 p.

William B. Ochiltree. 1 p.

Charleton Payne. 1 p.

Alfred Polk. 1 p.

Joseph Rowe. 1 p.

Richardson Scurry. 1 p.

Samuel Sexton and Franklin Barlow Sexton. 2 p.

George Whitfield Terrell. 1 p.

Shedrack D. Thomas. 1 p.

Richard S. Walker. 1 p.

Benjamin Rush Wallace. 1 p.

William W. Wallace. 1 p.

Stephen P. Willson, Hiram Abiff Willson, Samuel Andrew Willson, and Samuel Priest Willson. 2 p.

Davis Family. Typescript. 1 p.

Folder 90: San Augustine - ChurchesAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

Data for the Parish of Christ Church (Episcopal). . . from Parish

Registers and Other Papers. Handwritten. n. p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Notes from FLOWERS AND FRUITS IN THE WILDERNESS by Z. N. Morrel] 1882. Typescript. 12 p.

Methodism in San Augustine. Typescript. n.p.

"The Pioneer Preachers Had Their Fun," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, June 5, 1927. Typescript. 21 p.

Item 3Add to your cart.

"First Protestant Minister to Come to Texas," SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Dec. 16, 1920. 1 p.

"The First Presbytery," THE RUSK COUNTY NEWS, Jan. 10, 1921. 1 p.

"Original 'Pilgrim' Baptist Church of Texas. . .," HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Jan. 6, 1924. 1 p.

"The Pioneer Preachers Had Their Fun," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, June 5, 1927. 1 p.

"Roster of the Memorial Presbyterian Church," SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, Oct. 13, 1927. 2 p.

"The Oldest Bell in Texas Protestantism Is Now on Retired List," EAST TEXAS, 1929. 1 p.

Item 4Add to your cart.

Brooks, S. P., Waco, to Crocket. Mar. 9, 1923. 1 p.

Carroll, J. M., San Antonio, to Crocket. Mar. 21, 1923. 2 p.

Carroll, J. M., San Antonio, to Crocket. Apr. 9, 1923. 1 p.

Carroll, J. M., San Antonio, to Crocket. with Handwritten Postscript. May 2, 1923. 1 p.

Du Bose, Horace M., Berkeley, CA, to Crocket. Aug. 6, 1919. 2 p.

Minton, W. H., Hemphill, to Crocket. July 19, 1921. 1 p.

Red. W. S., Austin, to Crocket. Mar. 13, 1925. 3 p.

Tenney, S. M., Rusk, to Crocket. Oct. 5, 1922. 3 p.

Tenney, S. M., Rusk, to Crocket. Dec. 10, 1923. 1 p.

Tower, C. A., Athens, to Crocket. Aug. 16, 1919. 1p.

Item 5Add to your cart.

Texas Church History - Baptists. [Notes in Composition Book.] n.p.

Baptist Church. Handwritten. 1p.

Miscellaneous Notes on Churches. 4 p. Handwritten. Typescript 1 p.

The Christian Church in San Augustine. Typescript Notes. 1p.

Box 25: Research, San AugustineAdd to your cart.
Folder 91: Collections on the Baptist Church of San Augustine. Typescript. 49 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 92: Data for the Parish of Christ Church. Typescript. 54 p. [See also Folder 90.]Add to your cart.
Folder 93Add to your cart.

San Augustine Christian Churches. 2 items.

The Christian Church in San Augustine. Typescript. 15 p.

Beginnings of Christian Church in San Augustine County. Typescript Carbon. 8 p

Folder 94: Roster of the Memorial Presbyterian Church. Typescript. 5 p. [See Folder 90].Add to your cart.
Folder 95: First Protestant Minister to Come to Texas. Typescript 12 p. The First Presbytery. Typescript 8 p. [See Folder 90].Add to your cart.
Folder 96: Methodism in San Augustine. Typescript. 53 p. [See Folder 90].Add to your cart.
Folder 97: Not assignedAdd to your cart.
Box 26: Research, San AugustineAdd to your cart.
Folder 98: List of Officers of San Augustine County, Texas [Notebook, n.p.]; Officers of District Court [Handwritten 3 p.]Add to your cart.
Folder 99: San Augustine Courthouse RecordsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Abstract of Land Claims from Records of General Land Office. Handwritten. 14 p. Typescript. 14Add to your cart.
Item 2: District Court [Minutes], 1837. Handwritten. 15 p.Add to your cart.
Item 3: From Probate Papers. Handwritten with last 7 p. typed. 37 pAdd to your cart.
Item 4: San Augustine Archives. Handwritten. 31 p.Add to your cart.
Item 5: County Court Minutes of San Augustine County. Handwritten with last 6 p. typed. 33 p. Typescript. 27 p.Add to your cart.
Item 6: Copied from the Judges Docket, 1838. . . List of Attorneys. Handwritten. 11 p. Typescript. 8 p. Extracts Copied from the . . . Judges Docket. Typescript. 10 p.Add to your cart.
Item 7: Notes from Deed Records of San Augustine County. Handwritten. 95 p.Add to your cart.
Item 8: Deed Records of San Augustine County. Typescript. [Notes from Deed Records.] Untitled Typescript Carbon. 27 p.Add to your cart.
Box 27: Research, San AugustineAdd to your cart.
Folder 100: "San Augustine Has Glorious Past, and a Bright Future," THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, July 10, 1927Add to your cart.
Folder 101: San Augustine - Economic Conditions. SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE, April 20, 1922Add to your cart.
Folder 102: San Augustine - EducationAdd to your cart.

Eby, Frederick, Austin, to Crocket. Dec. 15, 1917. 1 p.

Eby, Frederick, Austin, to Crocket. June 6, 1918. 1 p.

Martin, B. W., Kirbyville, to Crocket. Dec. 16, 1923. 2 p.

The History of Public Schools in San Augustine. Handwritten. 9 p.

Notes on San Augustine Schools. Handwritten. 4 p.

"San Augustine University Was Chartered by First Congress," THE INTER SCHOLASTIC LEAGUER, Dec. 15, 1923. 2 p.

"History of Another East Texas College Presented," TIIE INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUER, Feb. 15, 1924. 2 p.

Folder 103: San Augustine History,, 1800-1900Add to your cart.
Item 1: Miscellaneous Notes on land, law. Mostly Handwritten. 36 pAdd to your cart.
Item 2Add to your cart.

Smither, Harriet, Austin, to Crocket. June 30, 1926. 1 p. Enclosure: Census of the Inhabitants of San Augustine [1830-1836]. Typescript. 14 p.

"Ancient and Historic San Augustine," Newspaper Clipping [no source, n.d.]. 2 p.

"Historical Facts," Newspaper Clipping [no source, n.d.]. 1 p.

"San Augustine Depicted as City of Blood Stained Memories, By Fuller" Newspaper Clipping [no source, n.d.]. 1 p.

"San Augustine Where Texas History Started," [BEAUMONT] SUNDAY ENTERPRISE, Nov. 1, 1925. 2 p.

Folder 104: "San Augustine Gives East Texas Banquet," Newspaper Clipping [no source, n.d.].Add to your cart.
Folder 105: Location of Places in Town and County [San Augustine]. Handwritten list. n.p.Add to your cart.
Folder 106: San Augustine MasonsAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.

History and Notes Rising Star Chapter #4 and #9 and Cannon Council #17. Handwritten. n.p.

Organization of Rising Star Chapter No. 4 R.A.M. Typescript. 8 p.

Notes from the Minutes of Cannon Council No. 17 R.aS.M. Typescript. 1 p.

Masonic Histories of San Augustine. Typescript. 28 p.

Item 2Add to your cart.

Masonic History of Members of Red Land Lodge. Typescript. 7 p.

Red Land Lodge #3. Typescript 39 p.

Red Land Lodge #3. Typescript with Handwritten Notes. 7 p.

Orators in Red Land Lodge No. 3. Typescript. 1 p.

[McFarland Lodge.] Typescript Carbon. 3 p.

Masonry in San Augustine. Typescript. 1 p

Item 3Add to your cart.

[Notes on Lodge Officers.] Handwritten. 15 p.

Lodge Activities - Chronology; 1840-1853. Handwritten. 2 p.

Grand Officers - Grand Lodge. Handwritten Notes. 4 p.

Lodge Activities - Chronology, 1837-1879. Handwritten. 7 p.

McFarland Lodge #40 [and Masonic Institute]. Handwritten. 4 p.

Original Members Red Land Lodge #23 [and Chronology]. Handwritten. 4 p.

Item 4Add to your cart.

Miscellaneous Notes on Masons. Handwritten. 4 p.

Notes by Sam R. Hamilton on Red Land Lodge. Handwritten. 2 p.

Humorous Presentation of Past Master's Jewel by Geo. L. Crocket. Handwritten 3 p.

Unidentified Floor Plan. Hand-drawn. 1 p.

Organization of Rising Star Chapter #4. Handwritten. 14 p. Original Members. Handwritten List. 3 p.

Recording Masonic History. Handwritten. 2 p

Item 5Add to your cart.

Establishing Rising Star #9. Handwritten. 2 p.

Report of By-laws Committee, Red Land Lodge. Typescript Carbon with Handwritten Notes. n.d. Signed. 2 p.

BY-LAWS OF RED LAND LODGE NO. 3. Printed. 1869. 39 p.

RED LAND LODGE; Printed. 1870? 30 p. [First 8 p. missing.]

THREE DISTINGUISHED MASONIC PATRIOTS: STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, ANSON JONES, SAM HOUSTON. Printed. 15 p.

Prospectus of THE MASONIC JOURNAL. Printed with signatures of subscribers. 1841? 1 p.

Item 6Add to your cart.

Hamilton, Sam R., Farmersville, to Sir. Mimeo. May 23, 1910. 1 p. Enclosures: Order forms for Lodge paraphernalia. Printed. 7 p.

Hamilton, Sam R., Farmersville, to Sir and Bro. b.imeo. May 23, 1910. 1 p. Enclosure: Order Form. Printed. 2 p.

Hamilton, Sam R., Farmersville, to Crocket. June 3, 1910. 3 p.

Hamilton, Sam R., Farmersville, to Crocket. June 4, 1910. 3 p.

Hamilton, Sam R., Farmersville, to Crocket. June 9, l91O. 1 p.

Jones, Frank C., Houston, to Crocket. Oct. 14, 1910. 2 p.

Questionnaire on Masons. Mimeograph. 1 p.

Questionnaire on McFarlane. Mimeograph. 1 p.

Box 28: Research, San AugustineAdd to your cart.
Folder 107: San Augustine - Military HistoryAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Military HistoryAdd to your cart.

Notes on Texas Revolution. Handwritten. 7 p.

Companies Enlisted in the Texas War of Independence. Handwritten. 1 p.

Events Around San Augustine, April 14-24, 1836. Handwritten. 4 p.

Josiah T. Childers Company. Handwritten Notes. 5 p.

List of Companies 1836, 1837. Handwritten [in notebook]. n.p. Typescript. 45 p.

Item 2: Military HistoryAdd to your cart.

Miscellaneous Notes on Civil War. Handwritten 9 p. Typescript 1 p.

Frey, E. J., Marshall, to Crocket. Aug. 13, 1925. 1 p.

"A Complete Roster," Newspaper Clipping [no source, n.d.]. 1 p.

B. F. Benton's Company - Muster Roll. Handwritten. 4 p.

Short's Company. Notes and Muster Roll. Handwritten 5 p. Typescript 1 p.

Notes from HISTORY OF WALKER'S DIVISION T.V.I. by J. P. Blessington. . . and Oration on Gen. Wm. R. Scurry. Handwritten. n.p.

History of Captain Benton's Company 1861-1865 by O. T. Hanks. Typescript. 41 p.

Item 3: Military HistoryAdd to your cart.

Miller, Evan [?], Fort Worth, to Crocket. June 18, 1918. 2 p.

Roster of M. P. Co. No. 2. A. E. F. Handwritten. 4 p.

List of Men from San Augustine County in Co. L. M. P. Handwritten. 2 p.

Doak's Company. Handwritten. 1 p.

Casualties in Great War. Handwritten. 3 p.

Handwritten. 1 p.

Typescript. 2 p.

Boy Scouts of San Augustine Troop 1 in the Great War. Handwritten. 1 p.

Cellus [?] Montgomery, Jr. Handwritten Note. 1 p.

"Official Draft List for San Augustine County," Newspaper Clipping, [no source, n.d.]. 1 p.

Typescript. 12 p.

Folder 108: San Augustine - MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.

"San Augustine County Population, " Newspaper Clipping [no source, 1930]. 1 p.

"Cotton Ginned in San Augustine County," Newspaper Clipping [no source, 1928]. 1 p.

Folder 109: Notes from San Augustine NewspapersAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Data from THE RED LANDER . Handwritten. 86 p., 1843-1844Add to your cart.

1......List of articles in Red Lander not copied here.

7......Index for Redlander for December, 1841.

8......Notice for Pythagorean Society.

9......Publisher's Notice, March 27, 1843.

9......Government Officers, Judges etc.

10.....Local Officers, Court, Custom House, County, University

11.....Lawyer's Cards

12.....Physicians

13.....San Augustine Light Horse Company

13.....Military Notices

13.....San Augustine Theatre

14.....Christian Conference

14.....Camp Meeting at Major Augustine's

15.....Military Orders

16.....Removal of Judge Ochiltree

16.....Marriage and Religious Notices

16.....Advertisement for Lost Land Certificate

17.....Light Horse Company Notice

17.....F. B. Dixon -- Wagon Maker

18.....White Hall Academy

18b...Cheap Cash Store -- S. W. Blount

18b...Death Notices -- Mrs. Hannah Slaughter -- Murrell

19.....Mansion House -- Dr. Fitzallen -- John T. Patterson

20.....County Jail Vacant

20.....Col. H. H. Edwards

21.....Barbecue in Sabine County-Notables Present

22.....Troubles in Shelby County -- Several articles

26.....Church Notice, Political Announcements

28.....Reception of Annexation News in Shelbyville

29.....Death of James Bradshaw from Pistol Wound

29.....20,000 Acres for Nacogdoches University

29.....Steamboat Explosion Francis Wilson on Board

30.....Appointment of Col. Reily as Minister to U.S.

31.....Marriage Notices

33.....Obituary -- J. J. Hennis

32.....The "Vindicator" on San Augustine University

34....."A Voice from Sabine."

36.....Election Notices and Politica

38.....Red Lander Mail

38.....Nomination of Gen. Rusk as President

39.....Editorial Endorsement of Gen. Rusk

39.....Editorial Against the Tariff

39.....Thespian Corps

40.....Military Organization

41.....Politica -- Announcements

42.....Letter from San Augustine, Rev. I. M. Williams

45.....Editorial on Teriff and Free Trade

45.....Political Notice from R. Scurry

45b...Election Results

45b...General Gaines and Military Entry into Texas

46.....Political endorsements ? Abner S. Lipscomb, A. M. Davis

47.....Trial of John Garner

48.....Sickness of Gen. Terrell

48.....Mansion House Re-established

48.....Obituary -- Mrs. Penelope Thomas

51.....Article on Nacogdoches

54.....Letter from T. G. Broocks of the Tariff

56.....Letter from "Civis" on Shelby County troubles

57.....Election Returns

59.....Revival in Sabine County

60.....Letter on the preceeding

63.....Political Announcement of Henry W. Sublett

65.....Political Articles RedLander and other papers

66b...Article and Editorial on Victory of Commodore Moore

68.....Political Announcement of N. H. Darnell

69.....Religious Article by "Dow Senior"

69.....Uncalled-for letters

70.....Canfield Defends Houston from Charge of Abolition

71.....Advertisements, Doctors -- Sale of Negro etc.

72.....Ditto--Runaway Negro, Workmen wanted, Taylor, Patterson Ferry, Stivers and Talliafero, salt makers etc.

73.....Ditto -- George Woldert, Lawyers' Cards etc.

74.....Ditto -- Layers and Doctors<

75.....Ditto -- Candidates, University of San Augustine

76.....Ditto -- Miscellaneous, San Augustine Theatre. Steamboat.

77.....Ditto -- Miscellaneous Exchange Money

78.....Directory of Officers

79.....San Augustine University

80.....Tariff Schedule

81.....San Augustine University -- Announcement by Trustees

84.....San Augustine University -- Course of Studies

86.....San Augustine University -- Tuition

Item 2: San Augustine Poems from THE RED LANDER . Handwritten. n.p., 1843-1844Add to your cart.
Item 3: Data on . . . Schools from the RED LANDER,  [San Augustine University, Wesleyan College, Nacogdoches University]. Handwritten. n.p., 1843-1845Add to your cart.
Item 4: Three miscellaneous notesAdd to your cart.

Miscellaneous Notes from San Augustine Papers. Handwritten 10 p. Typescript 2 p.

Notes on the SAN AUGUSTINE JOURNAL AND ADVERTISER; also Certificate of Stock and Deed to Land for the town of Hamilton, Shelby County, Texas. Handwritten. 20 p. Typescript. 11 p.

From the TEXAS UNION for October 23, 1847 [Eastern Texas University]. Typescript. n.p.

Box 29: Research, TexasAdd to your cart.
Folder 110: Newspaper Clippings on ScienceAdd to your cart.
Folder 111: Not Assigned.Add to your cart.
Folder 112: Spanish ExplorersAdd to your cart.

Newspaper clippings

Patten, Frank C., Galveston, to Crocket. August 9, 1926

Folder 113: Texas Biography. A - K. Clippings and NotesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: R. W. Aldrich, Roy Bean, James Bowie, Sam Bass, N. B. Barbee, Mollie Bailey, Beddoe Family, John Neely Bryan, Elizabeth A. Broocks.Add to your cart.
Item 2: Lorenzo De Zavala, N. H. Darnell, Sarah Bradley Dodson, Webster Flanagan, Molly Connor Cook, J. E. Grinstead, G. T. Garrett, Jack Hays, John Hill, S. J. Houghton, Joel Houghton.Add to your cart.
Folder 114: Texas Biography. L - Z. Clippings and NotesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Jane Long, John Murrell, Peter Mansbendel, Philip Nolan, Elizabet Ney, Harriet A. Ames, Robert Potter, Joseph Pennell, John Y. Rankin, Erastus "Deaf" Smith, James Harper Starr.Add to your cart.
Item 2: Emily S. Sexton, W. G. Sharp, Wyatt J. Teel, Col. Elijah Price, William Garrett, Alexander Horton, C. C. and Avis Johnson, Edward Steere, Henry Smith [Governor], William J. Townsend, William Sidney Porter, Isabella Ann Taylor, George W. Terrell, Uncle Pig, Isaac Van Zandt, Abel J. Vanderwater.Add to your cart.
Folder 115: Texas Biography - Miscellaneous. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
John Hemphill, Abner Lipscomb, Royall T. Wheeler, violent deaths and suicides
Folder 116: "Panhandle Baptist Body in Gathering," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS,, Aug. 3, 1924Add to your cart.
Folder 117: Not Assigned.Add to your cart.
Folder 118: Not Assigned.Add to your cart.
Folder 119: Texas - Economic Conditions. Newspaper Clippings. [Cotton and Longhorns.]Add to your cart.
Folder 120: Texas - Education. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 121: Texas - Heroes - Monuments. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Box 30: Research, TexasAdd to your cart.
Folder 122: Texas - History. Newspaper Clippings and TypescriptAdd to your cart.
Folder 123: Texas - History. Typescript and Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 124: Texas - Laws. Notes from Sayles' EARLY LAWS OF TEXAS. TypescriptAdd to your cart.
Folder 125: Texas - MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Newspaper Clippings. Texana, folkloreAdd to your cart.
Jefferson Davis, by H.H. Smith
Item 2: Political Broadsides, 1872, 1856, 1927Add to your cart.

To the voters of the First Congressional District, William S. Herndon,

To the Voters of the Fifth Judicial District, B.F. Benton, Nacogdoches; Judge A.W.O. Hicks

Address of Honorable Thomas S. Henderson

Item 3: Newspaper Clippings. Texana, folklore, October 20, 1874Add to your cart.
Premium list of the Harrison County Agricultural and Mechanical Association, Fifth Annual Fair
Folder 126: Texas - Newspapers, History of. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 127: Texas - Oil. MAGNOLIA OIL NEWS [Magazine] and Newspaper Clipping., April, 1931Add to your cart.
Folder 128: Texas - Old Roads. Newspaper Clippings and Printed LeafletAdd to your cart.
Box 31: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 129: Texas - Towns. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Walker County, Austin, Waco, Point Isabel, Nacogdoches, San Augustine, Marshall, Huntsville, Independence, Jasper, Castroville, Camp Cooper, WoodvilleAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Fort Lancaster, Fort Davis, Fort Griffin, East Hamilton, Fredericksburg, Dallas, Anderson, Burkeville, Milam.Add to your cart.
Folder 130: The Murder of Colonel R. Waterhouse of San Augustine, December 30, 1863Add to your cart.
Folder 131: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
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Folder 133: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
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Folder 141: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 142: World War I. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 143: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 144: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 145: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 146: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 147: Not AssignedAdd to your cart.
Folder 148: Old Documents. One original and 7 photocopiesAdd to your cart.

Part of a Broadside advertising a steamboat on the Sabine River.

Power of Attorney granted to William Powell by William Glass [?]. San Augustine, Dec. 4, n.y. Photocopy.

Power of Attorney granted to William Powell by Thomas Basett. San Augustine, Dec. 3, 1835. Photocopy.

Application for land by John Moor. Aug. 31, 1837. Photocopy.

Probate Minutes, 1837-1838. Photocopy.

Spanish legal document involving Susana and Wade Horton and Agustin Hotchkiss about land in the Lorenzo de Zavalla grant. San Augustine, June 22, 1835. Photocopy.[2 copies of p. 1 and p. 2.]

Box 32: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Folder 149: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Mary's Little Lamb. Newspaper Clipping and NotesAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Miscellaneous Clippings and Notes about NewspapersAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Newspaper Clippings - TexanaAdd to your cart.
Item 4: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.

Cordova Rebellion - Minutes of the District Court, 1838, Nacogdoches. Typescript Certified Copy.

Republic of Texas vs Antonio Manchaca [Cordova Rebellion], San Augustine, 1839. Typescript Certified Copy.

Copy of School Contract with Thomas Jefferson Garner, Nacogdoches, 1825. Typescript.

Thurston, A. S., San Augustine to Lamar, M. B. Typescript Carbon. Sept. 14, 1838.

Partition of Land between Estate of Thos. H. Luckett and Saml. Gustine, Nacogdoches, 1843. Typescript Carbon.

List of faculty of SFA College and Nacogdoches County Schools, 1933-1934. Mimeograph.

Item 5: Russo-Japanese War. NewspaperAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Russo-Japanese War. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Item 7: Earthquakes, Volcanoes. Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Item 8: San Francisco Earthquake,  Newspaper Clippings, 1906Add to your cart.
Box 33: WritingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 150: Writings of George L. CrocketAdd to your cart.

Notebook of Birds, 1902. Handwritten Notes on Birds and Sketches.

Green's Atlas and Diary Almanac, 1880. Partly used as diary.

Our Country. Typescript Poem

Folder 151Add to your cart.
Item 1: Sermons. HandwrittenAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Sermons. A - N [Alphabetized by Title]. TypescriptAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Sermons. O - Z and Untitled. TypescriptAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Letters relating to Church History and Church Business, 1922-1935Add to your cart.
Correspondents include: Mrs. W. S. Davis, Robert C. Stuckert, DuBose Murphy, John S. Hedelund, Leo Picard, Thompson Kemp, Everett H. Jones, Lillian Johnson
Item 6: Church History. Handwritten, Printed, and TypescriptAdd to your cart.
Item 7: Biographies of Churchmen. TypescriptAdd to your cart.
Item 8: MEMORIES AND VISIONS. Address delivered at the Commencement of San Augustine Public School. An Historical Sketch [History of San Augustine]. Photocopy of typescript, June 5, 1906Add to your cart.
Item 9: Notes from NILES' REGISTER Relating to East Texas. Typescript [some Carbon]Add to your cart.
Item 10: Writings placed with Crocket's but authorship uncertain. Sermons, poems, letter, and history of English ChurchAdd to your cart.
Box 34: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Folder 152: Miscellaneous Handwritten Notes about San AugustineAdd to your cart.
Typescript of TWO CENTURIES IN EAST TEXAS [mostly carbon] with hand written corrections
Box 35: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 153: Newspaper Articles about World War I IWWI)Add to your cart.
Folder 154: Miscellaneous Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Galveston and Houston Papers on Texas and Church HistoryAdd to your cart.
Item 2: American History - Civil WarAdd to your cart.
Box 36: Crocket FamilyAdd to your cart.
Folder 155: Crocket FamilyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Miscellaneous Crocket Family ItemsAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Masonic Lodge Business [mostly relate to B. D. Crocket]Add to your cart.
Item 3: Bagenal Darcy Crocket - Personal LettersAdd to your cart.

Letter to Darcy Crocket accepting an invitation to a dance.

Letter from Miss. Wallace to Darcy Crocket accepting his invitation.

Letter from Miss. Ida Beroley to Darcy Crocket accepting his invitation, September 20, 1878.

Letter to Darcy Crocket declining his invitation, September 29, 1878

Item 4: B. D. Crocket - Postmaster BusinessAdd to your cart.
Item 5: B. D. Crocket - Postmaster BusinessAdd to your cart.
Item 6: George Fulton Crocket. Photograph and LettersAdd to your cart.
Letter about poor mail service written from Richmond to the Confederate States of America Post Office Department
Item 7: George Fulton Crocket. Business Papers [Mostly bills.]Add to your cart.
Bill of sale for cotton, April 8, 1874
Item 8: George Louis Crocket. Autobiography [Handwritten] and Biography [Newspaper Clippings and Miscellaneous]Add to your cart.
Item 9: Crocket Bible Record and GenealogyAdd to your cart.
Item 10: New Testament presented to Geo. L. Crocket upon ordination, from Bishop Alex [?] GreggAdd to your cart.
Item 11: 4 photographs of George L. Crocket; 1 photo of Crocket house, San Augustine; passport; photograph of passportAdd to your cart.
Box 37: Art WorkAdd to your cart.
Folder 156: Art Works of George L. CrocketAdd to your cart.
Item 1: 2 Drawing Books. Coin purse with 6 French coins or tokens,Add to your cart.

Drawing Book 1 - Pencil Sketchs of churches and buildings

Drawing Book 2 - Drawings and paintings by George Louis Crocket. Titles of drawings include "When the Heart Beats Young," "The Merry War," and "Won't you be my Sweetheart?". On the back page Crocket wrote down Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem "Crossing the Bar."

Item 2: 2 Hogarth Drawing TabletsAdd to your cart.
Item 3: 2 Oil PaintingsAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Drawings of Pottery and Flintlock found in San Augustine CountyAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Oil PaintingsAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Oil PaintingsAdd to your cart.
Item 7: Oil PaintingsAdd to your cart.
Item 8: Pen and Ink Drawings [Buildings and Portrait]Add to your cart.
Item 9: Pencil Sketches - People and dogsAdd to your cart.
Item 10: Pencil Sketche- places, Alexander Horton Place, Crocket House-San Augustine, Dublin Bridge, Glen Cottage, Sam Houston HouseAdd to your cart.
Item 11: Photostats of Sketches and Water Colors of San Augustine and Nacogdoches; hand-colored photograpAdd to your cart.
Item 12: Photostats of Sketches and Water Colors of San Augustine and Nacogdoches; hand-colored photograpAdd to your cart.
Item 13: Photostats of Sketches and Water Colors of San Augustine and Nacogdoches; hand-colored photograpAdd to your cart.
Item 14: Photostats of Sketches and Water Colors of San Augustine and Nacogdoches; hand-colored photograpAdd to your cart.
Item 15: Photostats of Sketches and Water Colors of San Augustine and Nacogdoches; hand-colored photograpAdd to your cart.
Box 38: WritingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 157: East Texas Historical Society Clippings Willed by CrocketAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Writings of R. B. Blake, January 16, 1934 - September 11, 1934Add to your cart.
Item 2: Writings of R. B. Blake, September 15, 1934 - February 21, 1935Add to your cart.
Item 3: Writings of R. B. Blake, February 26, 1935Add to your cart.
Item 4: Writings of C. A. Tower, 1934Add to your cart.
Item 5: Clippings on Goliad by C. R. Wharton et al, 1933-1934Add to your cart.
Item 6: Biographical Clippings, A - G. Includes Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston, Britt Dawson, John C. Fremont, Richard Harding DavisAdd to your cart.
Item 7: Biographical Clippings, H - Z. Includes Sam Houston, John Henry Kirby, Tex O'Reilly, Mayne Reid, O. M. RobertsAdd to your cart.
Item 8: Clippings on the Civil WarAdd to your cart.
Item 9: Historical Societies and RestorationsAdd to your cart.
Box 39: WritingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 157: (continued)Add to your cart.
Item 10: Clippings on IndiansAdd to your cart.
Item 11: "The Geology of Texas," and "The Old Wife's Kiss."Add to your cart.
Item 12: Texas - Education. [University of Texas and Larissa College.]Add to your cart.
Item 13: Texas - Pre-RepublicAdd to your cart.
Item 14: Texas - RepublicAdd to your cart.
Item 15: Texas - StateAdd to your cart.
Item 16: Towns, Places. A - H [Includes Bettina, Big Thicket, Dallas, Devil's Sinkhole, Fredericksburg, Galveston, Grand Saline, Greenville]Add to your cart.
Item 17: Towns, Places. I - Q [Includes Jacksonville, Jasper, Lufkin, Nacogdoches, Palo Duro, Quintana]Add to your cart.
Item 18: Towns, Places. R - Z [Includes Refugio, Rusk, San Angelo, San Augustine, San Felipe, San Saba Mine, Shelby County, Sherman, Tehuacana]Add to your cart.
Item 19: The United States and BeyondAdd to your cart.
Box 40: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 158: East Texas Historical Society ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Texas - Biography. A - H [Includes Charles W. Austin, Stephen F. Austin, P. Hansborough Bell, James Bowie, David Crockett, Elizabeth Bradley Dodson, Clara Driscoll, Gideon Egg, F. S. Estill, Rudolph Gunner, Sam Houston]Add to your cart.
Item 2: Texas - Biography. I - Z [Includes Albert Sidney Johnston, Marx Anson Jones, La Salle, Francis R. Lubbock, Gov. [O. H.] Roberts, Y. K. Makemson, William J. McDonald, Sam Maverick, Theodore Roosevelt, Alexander Watkins Terrell, Clint and David Terry, Joanna Troutman, John Walker Stevens, Isaac Van Zandt, Big-Foot Wallace]Add to your cart.
Item 3: John H. ReaganAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Texas - Pre-Republic and RepublicAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Texas - State [Growth and Military Officers]Add to your cart.
Item 6: Texas - State [Growth and Military Officers]Add to your cart.
Item 7: Texas - Civil WarAdd to your cart.
Item 8: Texas - IndiansAdd to your cart.
Item 9: Texas - Dallas and Miscellaneous [Mainly Places]Add to your cart.
Item 10: Texas - Artists and WritersAdd to your cart.
Item 11: Texas - Historical Societies and RestorationsAdd to your cart.
Item 12: U. S. - American Revolution and Early American History [Mainly biographical]Add to your cart.
Item 13: U. S. - Civil WarAdd to your cart.
Item 14: U. S. - Biography [Kit Carson, Andrew Jackson, Wild Bill Hickock]Add to your cart.
Item 15: U. S. - Music and ArtAdd to your cart.
Item 16: England and EuropeAdd to your cart.
Item 17: Miscellaneous [Science, History, Foreign Affairs]Add to your cart.
Box 41: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 159: East Texas Historical Society Clippings. Writings of J. O. Dyer and Robert T. Hill, 1923-1935Add to your cart.
Item 1: J. O. Dyer - History Lessons of Texas and GalvestonAdd to your cart.
Item 2: J. O. Dyer - The Pioneer Texas FarmerAdd to your cart.
Item 3: J. O. Dyer - Nuggets of Texas HistoryAdd to your cart.
Item 4: J. O. Dyer - Jean Lafitte and BuccaneersAdd to your cart.
Item 5: J. O. Dyer - Robinson Crusoe of Texas CoastAdd to your cart.
Item 6: J. O. Dyer - Confederate NavyAdd to your cart.
Item 7: J. O. Dyer - IndiansAdd to your cart.
Item 8: J. O. Dyer - Texas PioneersAdd to your cart.
Item 9: J. O. Dyer - GalvestonAdd to your cart.
Item 10: J. O. Dyer - MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Item 11: Robert T. Hill, 1933Add to your cart.
Item 12: Robert T. Hill, March - June 1934Add to your cart.
Item 13: Robert T. Hill, July - September 1934Add to your cart.
Item 14: Robert T. Hill, October - November 1934Add to your cart.
Item 15: Robert T. Hill, December 1934 - January 1935Add to your cart.
Item 16: Robert T. Hill, February - March 1935Add to your cart.
Item 17: Robert T. Hill, April - July 1935Add to your cart.
Item 18: Robert T. Hill, August - October 1935Add to your cart.
Box 42: ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 160: Miscellaneous Notebooks and PamphletsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: "Adamites and Preadamites," Alexander Winchell, 1878. Printed, hardbound. "The Single Serpentine Course of the Moon," Henry V. Goold, 1883. Printed, hardbound. "The Lost Volcanoes of Connecticut," William Morris Davis, n.d. Printed, hardbound. "The Black Races of Oceanica," R. Verneau, n.d. Printed' handbound. "The Monism of Man," anon., 1876. Printed, hardbound.Add to your cart.
Item 2: "The Races of Mankind," E. B. Tylor, 1881. Printed, hardbound. "The Jewish Question in Europe," anon., 1881. Printed, Handbound. "How the Earth Was Regarded in Old Times," Falmmarion, n.d. Printed, handbound.Add to your cart.
Item 3: "The Edenic Period of Man," Alexander MacWhorter, n.d. Printed, handbound. "An American Anti-Rent Excitement," anon.' 1881. Printed, hardbound. "The Discovery of the Force Which Originally Imparted all Their Motions to the Stars," Jacob Ennis,  Printed, handbound. "Prehistoric Times," T. M. Coan, n.d. Printed, handbound.Add to your cart.
Item 4: Two memorandum books. Printed with some notesAdd to your cart.
Item 5: "The Land of the Shamrock and Thistle." [Color illustrations of landmarks in Scotland] Printed. "Views of Faribault, Minn." [Photographs of prominent buildings.] Printed. Student Notebook with list of Manuscripts copied.Add to your cart.
Folder 161: Writings of Henry C. Fuller and Jim Allen. Newspaper Clippings [Dor Creek, Smyrna, Richard Parmalee, Nacogdoches County history]Add to your cart.
Folder 162: Political Cartoons from Harper's Weekly and Puck, 1880Add to your cart.
Folder 163: Note Cards - Lists of photocopies and typescript [Asbury Papers?]Add to your cart.
Folder 164: Agreement of San Augustine druggists not to sell sensational magazines. Signed by John Burrows and A. E. RushingAdd to your cart.
Folder 165: 2 Photographs of Crocket's Boy Scout Troop, 1927Add to your cart.
Folder 166: Photostats of 2 drawings, certificate, and "at home" card, 1892; 1875; 1867Add to your cart.
Folder 167: 2 Certificates for Priesthood of the-Order of Melchizedec, 1876; 1889Add to your cart.
Folder 168: Newspaper Clippings on Native Americans, 1921-1928Add to your cart.
Item 1: "Cherokees Were Forcibly Dispossessed," J. O. Dyer, GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, June 26, 1921Add to your cart.
Item 2: "Indian Depredations in East Texas Told by Survivor," Robert R. Penn, GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, September 11, 1921Add to your cart.
Item 3: "Claims of the Cherokee Indians in East Texas," Albert Woldert, TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES, April 28, 1925Add to your cart.
Item 4: "Texan Tells Story of Indian Fights in Western Texas," THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, May 27, 1925Add to your cart.
Item 5: "When the Fort Was Put in Fort Worth," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, September 13, 1925Add to your cart.
Item 6: "Two White Men Out of an Indian Past," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, January 17, 1926Add to your cart.
Item 7: "The Most Famous Indian Living Today," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, January 17, 1926Add to your cart.
Item 8: "Giant Cannibals Lived Near Old Highway Famous in Texas History," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, November 21, 1926Add to your cart.
Item 9: "Mysterious Nun Visitor Story One of Tales of Early Texas Road," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, December 5, 1926Add to your cart.
Item 10: "Fought Many Indian Battles in Early Days," W. S. Adair, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, September 12, 1926Add to your cart.
Item 11: "Alabamas in Texas Living in Poverty," DALLAS MORNING NEWS, January 22, 1928Add to your cart.
Item 12: "Kickapoo Indians, Kicked Out of Texas, Trekked to Mexico, Then Lived There in Peace," W. D. Hornaday, DALLAS MORNING NEWS,Add to your cart.
Item 13: "Some Indian History," [Nacogdoches]Add to your cart.
Item 14: "Indians Still Live and Hunt in 'Big Thicket,"' P. F. Lawson, THE BEAUMONT JOURNALAdd to your cart.
Box 43: Photocopy of manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters I - IX.Add to your cart.
Box 44: Photocopy of manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters X - conclusion.Add to your cart.
Box 45: Original manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters I - IX.Add to your cart.
Box 46: Original manuscript of Two Centuries in East Texas by G. L. Crocket. Chapters X - conclusion.Add to your cart.
Bundle 1: Certificates and ArtAdd to your cart.
Item 1: 2 Ordination Certificates of George L. Crocket, August 14, 1887; May 13, 1888Add to your cart.
Item 2: 8 Diplomas of George L. Crocket from the University of the South, Sewanee, TennesseeAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Photocopy of Charcoal Sketch of the Crocket House in San Augustine by E. W. OwenAdd to your cart.
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Item 4: 3 Pencil Sketches of Downtown Nacogdoches, 4 Pencil Sketches and 2 pastels of people.South side of Nacogdoches Public Square with courthouse, 1903Add to your cart.
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Item 5: Hand painted photographs of Stone Fort and Christ Church, 1895Add to your cart.
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