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[Letter from John J. Herrera to Tony Silba - 1968-05-09]

Description: Onionskin paper carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera to Tony Silba advising Silba on his position of owing a gambling debt and suggesting that in the future he not sign any checks that would indicate his acknowledgement of a debt.
Date: May 9, 1968
Creator: Herrera, John J.
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

Letter to Cromwell Anson Jones, 2 June 1877

Description: Letter from Mary Jones, wife of the last president of the Republic of Texas.
Date: June 2, 1877
Creator: Jones, Mary Smith McCrory
Partner: University of Houston Libraries' Special Collections

[Letter from Tony Silba to John J. Herrera]

Description: Letter from Tony Silba to John J. Herrera, handwritten on unlined paper and undated. In the letter, Silba asks about school tax and requests the dates of the next League of United Latin American Citizens convention.
Date: unknown
Creator: Silba, Tony
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Letter from Tony Silba to John J. Herrera - 1968]

Description: Letter from Tony Silba, of Moulton, Texas, to John J. Herrera. Silba writes to Herrera inquiring about the legality of paying gambling debts with a check to a man named Jimmie Strys, from Flatonia, Texas.
Date: 1968
Creator: Silba, Tony
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Transcript of Letter, November 18, 1835]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter, on November 18, 1835, proclaiming that Texas will not surrender, but that they will accept the Mexican government as their own. Mexico also admits that they were harsh in their subjugation of Texas colonists, and agrees not to send more troops to Texas.
Date: November 18, 1835
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of Resolutions of Nacogdoches, 1835]

Description: Copy of transcript for Resolutions of Nacogdoches, in which citizens of the jurisdictions of Gonzales, Mina, Austin, Matagorda, and Columbia have recommended that a convention of Texas be called to discuss the changing political climate in Mexico and Mexico's relationship to the citizens of Texas.
Date: 1835
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History