This collection consists of photographs of Wilbur Lee “Pappy” O’Daniel - radio show host, Texas governor from 1938-1941 and US Senator in the 1940s. He was best known for his Populist views and vaudeville-hillbilly image, all of which are portrayed in these images. The collection includes photographs of his various campaigns, his inauguration, hunting trips, and his family, as well ...
The Charles and Catherine Schulze Collection at the Irving Archives features photographs donated by Charles Schulze Jr. and his wife, Catherine. Charles Schulze Jr. was the nephew of J. O. Schulze, a co-founder of Irving. The photographs include images of Irving at the turn of the century, as well as many images taken by the Chicago Rock Island railroad survey ...
Austin College presents its newspaper Sherman Daily Register. The Sherman Daily Register began October 20, 1885 as an Independent publication and continued through 1906. The paper was published each evening, except Sunday for .75¢ per month. This daily newspaper included local, state and national news along with extensive advertising.
Will Mayes began publishing the Brownwood Bulletin as a daily in 1900 after purchasing the two 19th century weeklies, the Brownwood Banner and the Brownwood Bulletin. The paper continues to serve Brownwood, Texas to this day. The collection is presented by Howard Payne University.
Established by Eli Merriman, Ed Williams, and W.P. Caruthers, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times is still published today, though its location has moved three times since its founding.
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art collections include rare books that document early Fort Worth history for the grant "Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures." Among the included publications are: Souvenir of Fort Worth, Texas: Photo-gravures, 1907; The Stock Manual by George B. Loving, 1881; and Texans and their State: a Newspaper Reference Work, 1918.