11 Matching Results

Search Results

Man, Bird and Beast

Description: Collection of Texas and Mexican folklore, including stories about folk medicine and ranch remedies, folk songs, legends and other folklore. The index begins on page 176.
Date: 1930
Creator: Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964
Partner: UNT Press

Happy Hunting Ground

Description: Collection of popular folklore from Central and South America, including Mexican ballads, primitive art, cowboy dances, reptile myths, superstitions, Indian pictographs, and other folktales. The index begins on page 127.
Date: 1925
Creator: Texas Folklore Society & Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964
Partner: UNT Press

Happy Hunting Ground

Description: Collection of popular folklore from Central and South America, including Mexican ballads, primitive art, cowboy dances, reptile myths, superstitions, Indian pictographs, and other folktales. The index begins on page 127.
Date: 2017
Creator: Texas Folklore Society & Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964
Partner: UNT Press

Time Book

Description: Book containing monthly wages and hours worked by the Lerma family across Terlingua, Lajitas, Marathon, Redford, and Marfa, Texas. Includes family dates of births of family members. The leather book has a frayed spine.
Date: 1900~
Creator: de León, Simón L.
Partner: Private Collection of Matta Family

CCC Service Camp Employees

Description: Photograph description by Calistro Nunez Sr. in an interview on January 18, 1975 by Calistro Nunez, Jr., "This picture, taken in January 23, 1934, shows five federal employees standing in front of their barrack, These men worked in the CCC camps." The photo shows men standing on the steps outside the doorway.
Date: January 23, 1934
Partner: Marfa Public Library

CCC Service Camp

Description: Photograph description by Calistro Nunez Sr. in an interview on January 18, 1975 by Calistro Nunez, Jr., "This picture was taken in 1933, during the depression, when President Roosevelt held office. It shows a CCC Service Camp, which was formed so that the people could work. Their jobs were at making roads on the Chisos Mountain, where Big Bend is now located. The government paid the federal workers according to their duties and responsibilities under several different pay plans. They lived in these camps and were allowed to leave every fifteen days to go to the nearest town."
Date: 1933
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Man, Bird and Beast

Description: Collection of Texas and Mexican folklore, including stories about folk medicine and ranch remedies, folk songs, legends and other folklore. The index begins on page 176.
Date: 2017
Creator: Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964
Partner: UNT Press