Collections - H
The Hallettsville Area Newspaper Collection represents the Lavaca County seat and South Texas, beginning in 1924. These newspapers are printed in both English and Czech, representing the area's deep connections to Czech immigration. Funding was provided by a Rescuing Texas History grant.Added: May 2016.
The Hallettsville Rebel is one of thirteen newspapers that circulated in the Halletsville area by 1913. Once the state paper of the Socialist Party, it ran from 1911 until 1917 when it was forced to cease publication. The Hallettsville Rebel featured political news and articles as well as advertising.Added: May 2014.
These catalogs describe the governance, history, course offerings, and campus life of Hardin-Simmons University. Hardin Simmons University was founded in 1891 as Abilene Baptist College and since 1941 has been associated with the General Baptist General Convention of Texas.Added: May 2009.
This collection includes The Bronco, which depicts photos and information about the Hardin-Simmons University, its student body, professors, and organizations. This rich source documents the history and development of Hardin-Simmons University, a community dedicated to providing excellence in education enlightened by Christian faith.Added: March 2009.
Hellcat News was a publication dedicated to the activities of the 12th Armored Division and its previous servicemen. The division was activated in September of 1942 at Camp Campbell, Kentucky. It conducted operations in France and Germany and was recognized for, among other things, being a liberating element of the Kaufering concentration camps.Added: May 2014.
The Hemphill County News began publication in 1939, and was published until 1968 by editor Othello Ontje Miller and his wife Elna, who were the sole owners of the newspaper. He was the publisher and editor and she was in charge of the reporting and advertising.Added: September 2009.
Henderson is a city in Rusk County, 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. Funding was provided by a TexTreasures grant.Added: August 2012.
This collection contains personal correspondence, military special orders, combat reports, military publications, a military ID card, photographs, and other materials created by Henry R. Clay, Jr., documenting his time in the military as a pilot during WWI while receiving his training in England and during his deployment in France.Added: May 2016.
Home of the Big Cypress Bayou and a Carnegie library, Jefferson contains a variety of historic establishments and tourist attractions. The Home Advocate was "A Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Education, Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence," and was owned by George A. Kelly and edited/published by F. J. Patillo. Funded by a TexTreasures grant.Added: August 2012.
The Hondo Anvil-Herald was a weekly newspaper with roots starting as early as 1886. The Anvil-Herald is the culmination of an early 20th century merger between two newspapers, the Castroville Anvil and the Hondo Herald, serving the population of Medina County. Digitization was made possible through a Tocker Foundation grant.Added: December 2014.
Established in Fannin County in 1891, the Honey Grove Signal was published until 1929, when the newspaper changed ownership and became the Honey Grove Signal-Citizen. This collection of newspapers was gathered the citizenry of Honey Grove as well as local institutions. Funding was provided by the Hall-Voyer Foundation.Added: October 2013.
The Hopkins County Area Newspaper Collection serves as the digital repository for The Cumby Rustler, The Daily News Telegram, Hopkins County Echo, and The Sulphur Springs Gazette. The Hopkins County Genealogical Society holds the physical editions for the majority of the existing early Hopkins County newspapers.Added: February 2017.
The Horse Country USA Archive includes photographs from the Cutting Horse Photography Collection, the Don Shugart Photography Collection, and the Ray and Joyce Bankston Dalco Photography Collection. The Archive consists of a wide variety of photographs of horses, their riders, and cutting horse competiions.Added: May 2014.
Officially formed in 1886, the Daily Post established itself as the premier paper in Houston and one of the leading daily publications in Texas. The paper was led by its editor and future U.S. Senator Rienzi M. Johnston. Digitization was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of the "Chronicling America" project.Added: September 2010.
The Houston Post collection represents the issues of the significant Houston title that was the succeeding title of The Houston Daily Post. This collection adds new issues, after 1903, to the Houston Daily Post run in the Texas Digital Newspaper Program, and continues up to 1923.Added: May 2015.
The Howard Payne catalog is an annual publication describing the campus location, statement of purpose and beliefs, faculty and staff, types of courses and degrees offered, boarding facilities, and campus organizations as well as early Brownwood homes and businesses.Added: June 2009.
The Lasso, and the The Swarm are the yearbooks for Howard Payne University in Brownwood. They include photos of students, professors, campus buildings, campus organizations, and sporting events. The Lasso was published annually from 1912 until the publication changed its name to The Swarm in 2002.Added: May 2009.
These newspapers begin in 1910, documenting the development of the North Texas town of Howe and surrounding Grayson County. The city was originally named Summit until 1876 because its elevation, at 810 feet above sea level, was thought to be the highest point between the Gulf of Mexico and the Red River. Funding provided by a Rescuing Texas History grantAdded: May 2016.
Since 1974, this grant has enabled communities develop local programs to promote heritage, culture, and education. This collection includes historical photographs, letters, and documents relevant to Texas history. More than 2,500 grants have been issued supporting a wide range of programs, including oral history projects, lectures, museum exhibits, and more.Added: May 2014.
The Humble Echo started in 1942, providing a window into Humble life through local news, ads for local companies, and personal memos from local townspeople to their loved ones fighting in the war. Later issues show the construction of Houston Intercontinental Airport when it was being built in the area. Funded by a Rescuing Texas History grant.Added: May 2016.
The Huntsville Item was founded in 1850, succeeding the Texas Banner. It began as a weekly paper, published every Saturday morning. The Item is one of the oldest continuously published newspapers in Texas and is still in print today. The Item's presses also print college newspapers: the Battalion of Texas A&M and the Houstonian of Sam Houston State University.Added: July 2014.
These papers include personal and business correspondence, financial and legal records, manuscripts, prints, photographs, and translations and transcriptions in German, French, and English. They show the activities of Ferdinand Louis Huth, a merchant, public official and entrepreneur who immigrated to Texas and helped establish Castroville.Added: April 2012.
The Ladd and Katherine Hancher Library Foundation Grants Collection includes any newspaper collection whose digitization has been funded by the Hancher Library Foundation, which supports public libraries in Texas that serve populations of 50,000 and under.Added: April 2014.