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- [Envelope from Gallatin, Tennessee, June 13, 1878]
- An envelope that is torn and stained has a postal stamp on the front stating that it was sent from Gallatin, Tennessee. On the back is a message dated June 13, 1878. The note talks about a visit from Dudley and the children, letters received this week, and the weather.
- [Hoofbeat: Welcome Back, Nelson]
- An article from Hoofbeat that is welcoming back Bill Nelson, a prior student who has now returned to W.T. White to be a teacher.
- ["November 22, 1963" by Sarah T. Hughes, with Lyndon B. Johnson first day of issue cover]
- Typescript by United States District Judge Sarah T. Hughes recounting her experiences on November 22, 1963, following President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas. Judge Hughes describes the scene aboard Air Force One at Love Field as she administered the presidential oath of office to Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson. She concludes by expressing her confidence in President Johnson's character and his ability to lead the country in the aftermath of the assassination. In addition to Judge Hughes's narrative, the first page of the typescript serves as a first day of issue cover of a United States postage stamp featuring Lyndon B. Johnson, first authorized for use on August 27, 1973. The postal frank on the first page, below the stamp, reads "AUSTIN, AUG. 27, 1973, TX" and "FIRST DAY OF ISSUE".
- [Receipt for Charles B. Moore from C. W. Moore, August 6, 1879]
- Receipt from C. W. Moore of Sherman, Texas to Charles B. Moore for $4.57.
- [Scrapbook: Reprimand]
- A scrapbook full of the materials surrounding Bill Nelson being reprimanded for wearing a March on Washington t-shirt and being featured in the Village Station, a LGBTQ publication. The photograph that initiated the controversy is on page 31 of the scrapbook and the letter of reprimand he received for it begins on 51.
- Texas Gay Task Force - A Review of 1978
- A report from the Texas Gay Task Force giving an overview of news from 1978, including the annual Texas Gay Conference, the opening of the office headquarters in Austin, campaign work, and other activities throughout the year.