This collection presents the Telegraph and Texas Register from 1835 - 1846. This newspaper was the most significant of the Republic of Texas era, and began publication in San Felipe de Austin by Gail Borden, Thomas H. Borden, and Joseph Baker.
The San Antonio Public Library presents its collection of African American funeral programs. The collection consists of over 1,000 programs that date from 1935 to present day and depicts the African American community in Bexar County.
The Canadian Record began publishing in 1893 and continues today. This weekly newspaper was and still is "Devoted to the interests of Canadian and the Surrounding Country" as stated in the publications early masthead atop the front page.
The San Saba County News is a weekly newspaper that includes local, state, and national news along with advertising. It was formerly known as San Saba News prior to 1892.
The Witte Museum's Carpa Cubana and Sabino Gomez Photograph Collection documents the Mexican American tent shows that traveled Mexico and the Southwestern United States. Active from around 1910 until the 1940s, the "carpas" combined traditional circus acts such as acrobats and clowns with theatrical performances such as singing, dancing, and comedy routines.
The Wolf Creek Heritage Museum partnered with us to provide access to materials that document the history of Lipscomb County. Materials include photographs of early citizens, tornado damage from the devastating storms of 1947 and 1949, and ranching. The collections also include two books: Lipscomb County Cemeteries and A History of Lipscomb County, Texas, 1876-1976.