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[Interview with Eanes Rock Schoolhouse Alumni]

Description: Photocopy of an interview with Myrtle Blankenship Treadwell, Pauline Becker, Ellen Seals, and Frank Spiller about the happenings of the Eanes Rock Schoolhouse in the thirties and forties. The interview goes into the start of the hot lunch program started by the PTA mothers of the Eanes Rock Schoolhouse students. The interview also talks about the influx of people into the Spiller Hill area and how that inevitably drove out the "hillbillies" that lived there previously but could not afford the rent to stay there.
Date: unknown
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Interview with Earl Short]

Description: Photocopy of a transcription of an interview with Earl Short by Dorothy Depwe. Short talks about multiple murders that occurred in the Westlake, Texas area, as well as the lives of several families in the area.
Date: June 18, 1982
Creator: Depwe, Dorothy
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Typed Interview with Mary Ellen Mowinkle]

Description: Typed interview from Mary Ellen Mowinckle (later Johnson) talking about her time as a teacher at Eanes Rock Schoolhouse. Mowinckle recalls how she acquired the position and the times she spent teaching and disciplining her students, as well as the time that a case of Measles broke out and only two students were able to come to class.
Date: unknown
Creator: Eanes History Center
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Barton Family Tree and Bob Barton Obituary]

Description: Photocopy of a family tree chart for the Barton family. The chart is both typed and handwritten and lists the husband, wide, and children in order of birth. There is also an obituary from the San Marcos Daily Record for Bob Barton Sr.
Date: 1874~
Creator: Eanes History Center
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Biography of Gertrude Johnson and Winnie Johnson]

Description: Photocopy of a biography of Gertrude (Mrs. Frank A.) Johnson and Winnie (Mrs. E. W.) Johnson that talks about the two women as founding members of the Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas. The document also states that the two women will be given "Honorary Life Memberships in the Women of the Church" for their work through out the years to the church. At the bottom of the first page there is "From Church: Westlake Presbyterian Church Collection, Notebook" handwritten in pen.
Date: 1971
Creator: Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Essay about Jackson Cemetery]

Description: Photocopy of an essay titled "Jackson Cemetery, Travis County, Texas" and under that "Its Value as an Historical Landmark". The essay goes into the creation of the cemetery and how the lot was purchased as well as the fact that much of the information from the essay comes from interviews conducted by Melissa W.
Date: unknown
Creator: Eanes History Center
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Essay about the Carlson Family]

Description: Photocopy of a handwritten report about the the Carlson family of the Eanes area. The essay mostly focuses on Oscar Carlson, the son of John Hendrik Carlson and a Swedish woman named Morning Star and their life in the Eanes County area. On the front of the essay, "9th Grade 1304 Constant Spring Dr. 327-0350" is written in black pen.
Date: unknown
Creator: Swenson, Suzy
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Typed Interview with Dan Molberg]

Description: Photocopy of an interview with Dan Molberg who talks about what life was like for students at Eanes Rock Schoolhouse in the 1940's. He describes how classes were held in two rooms known as the "big room" and "little room" and goes on to talk about the different meals that were served each day. The interview also consists of details about how recess was held, PTA events, and fundraisers that occurred during this time.
Date: 1975
Creator: Eanes History Center
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Handwritten Note about the Dellana Family]

Description: Photocopy of a handwritten account of what is was like to live on Tucker Lane in the 1920's. Dorothy Depwe goes into how many children the Tuckers the family had as well as goes into the lives of the Teague, Ryan, Young, and Small families.
Date: March 28, 1986
Creator: Depwe, Dorothy
Partner: Westbank Community Library District

[Typed Quote: Attitude]

Description: A quote from Charles Swindoll that discusses the importance of attitude.
Date: 19uu
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Handwritten Notes: Social Security for AIDS patients]

Description: Handwritten notes by an unknown author discussing Social Security for people who have contracted the HIV virus in addition to health insurance programs that covers AIDS patients.
Date: December 1992
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Cultural influences in Cass county: A cemetery survey

Description: Photo album consisting of color photographs of cemeteries in Cass County, Texas submitted as a survey of the subject for Terry Jordan's Geography class at the University of North Texas by Anita Pitchford.
Date: unknown
Creator: Pitchford, Anita
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Upland southern burial traditions in Montague county, Texas

Description: Research paper about the upland southern burial traditions found in Montague county cemeteries, submitted to Dr. Terry Jordan's Geography 501 class at North Texas State University by Lynette Schroeder.
Date: July 1974
Creator: Schroeder, Lynette
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Lonesome Dove Baptist Church and cemetery, Tarrant county, Texas

Description: Research paper about the Lonesome Dove Baptist Church and cemetery in Tarrant county, Texas, written by Darla Allcorn for Dr. Terry Jordan's Geography 501 class at North Texas State University. The paper also contains color photographs of the church and cemetery adhered to its pages.
Date: July 1975
Creator: Allcorn, Darla
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Field study of cemeteries in Tyler county

Description: Research paper and field study of cemeteries in Tyler county, Texas, conducted by Martha Stone for Dr. Terry Jordan's Geography 501 class at North Texas State University. The paper also contains three loose color photographs of the cemeteries.
Date: July 1975
Creator: Stone, Martha
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Folk cemeteries: A grave situation

Description: Research paper about the conditions of folk cemeteries in Grayson county, Texas, written by North Texas State University student Charles Templeton for Dr. Terry Jordan's Geography 501 class.
Date: July 1976
Creator: Templeton, Charles
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Handwritten notes: Therapy groups]

Description: Handwritten notes from an unknown author pertaining to personal experiences in therapy groups.
Date: 199u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Notes: Philip Wells]

Description: A group of documents with handwritten notes about gay and lesbian student organizations.
Date: 1994
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Handwritten: LGBT organizations]

Description: A document with handwritten notes about various gay and lesbian organizations and planned press releases.
Date: 199u
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections