The Atlanta Public Library presents the Cass County and Atlanta Newspaper Collection including the Cass County Sun, the Citizens Journal, the Atlanta News, the Atlanta Times, and the Paper. The collection's publications provided news, entertainment, and advertising to the residents of Cass County for over 100 years.
UNT Libraries present the Jewish Herald-Voice, the longest running Jewish newspaper in the Southwest. The weekly paper was started over 106 years ago and has served the Jewish community of Houston, TX ever since, providing local and national news as well as advertising to enrich the lives of the Texas Gulf Coast Jewish residents.
Henderson is a city in Rusk County, Texas. It was founded in 1843, nearly three years before Texas became a state. From 1881 to 1906, its weekly paper the Henderson Times was owned and edited by Robert T. Milner, a president of Texas A&M University and a notable Texas legislator.
From Republic to State: Debates and Documents Relating to the Annexation of Texas, 1836-1856 features maps, books, letters and pamphlets relating to this volatile era in Texas history. As one of only two sovereign nations to become a part of the United States of America, the Republic of Texas occupies a unique place in American history. Funding for this project ...
Beginning in 2012, UNT Libraries partnered with Texas State Library and Archives to receive current publications for digitization and inclusion in the Portal to Texas History. This growing collection of materials produced by the State of Texas includes agency annual reports, legislative publications, statistical reports, and various state government reports and periodicals.
The Concordia University Texas Library presents images of the original campus in central Austin, which was then a boys’ high school called Lutheran Concordia College. These photographs feature early faculty and students as well as buildings including Kilian Hall, Texas Hall, Hirschi Library, Birkman Chapel, Behnker Hall, Studtmann Hall, Woltman Activities Center, and Kramer Hall. Also included in the University Records series is correspondence between the institution’s Board of Control and the national Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod leadership describing the campus development. Correspondence features discussion with architects and contractors regarding building construction and repairs. The Theodore Schmidt Collection includes 73 photographs taken by a student of the first Lutheran Concordia College class, admitted in 1926.