The Tulia Herald documents the history of the west Texas town of Tulia. The Swisher County Public Library presents the Tulia Herald from 1918-1962. The weekly newspaper contains, local, national and world news, stories, illustrations, poetry, jokes, and advertisements. Funding for this project was provided by the Tocker Foundation.
The Corral is the first student publication of Hardin-Simmons University beginning in 1902 and continuing to the present time. Once the Brand began publication in 1916, the Corral was dedicated to literary offerings. Beginning in the 1960's art submissions, including drawings, paintings, and photographs were included in the Corral. The significance of this publication is both a history of ...
Established in 1888, the Waco Evening News was one of several newspapers published by the firms Hill and Ivy and The News Co. The Evening News routinely touted Democratic platforms and published lists of every party member running for office, from the President of the United States and the Governor of Texas down to local officials. The paper was published ...
The Austin History Center at the Austin Public Library presents images from General Collection Photographs (also called the Austin Files) that depict the city of Austin, Texas from the 1830s to the 1970s. The photographs include a wide range of subjects, from images of the Texas State Capitol and Barton Springs, to aerial views, cityscapes, and much more.
The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History presents The Eastern Texian, a weekly newspaper published by George W. King between 1857 and 1859 from San Augustine, Texas. The newspaper includes local, state, and national news along with advertising.
The San Antonio Conservation Society Foundation Library documents the history of San Antonio and South Central Texas with an emphasis on the built environment. Our contribution to the portal includes images from the Raba Collection, which consists of photographs of San Antonio street scenes and a few portraits, taken by professional photographer Ernst Raba between c. 1853 and c. 1939.