Paper documenting a reunion of former Round Rock Institute students that took place on Sunday, July 12, 1931. A list of attendees can be seen starting on page 4. Pencil notes and corrections made by an unknown person can be seen on several pages.
Paper documenting the history of the Palm Valley Lutheran Church from 1836 to 1963, including information on membership, pastors, building programs, the cemetery, school, and notable events. A personal description of the family history of the author and his relation to the church can be seen on the last page.
Paper documenting the history of Round Rock's fire department, including information on equipment, mascots, the Girl Pumper Team, and Robert G. Griffith, a long time educator and resident of Round Rock who served as mayor. Footnotes and a bibliography appear on pages 26 and 27.
Two papers combined into one for a university class that together discuss the history of both the Round Rock Cemetery and Slave Cemetery, as well as their layouts, evolution since the 19th century, and the specific graves of Sam Bass, Vander Barbette, and Virginia Masterson. Excerpts from an interview with Joe Lee Johnson, whose father had been a slave, are also included.
Paper documenting the history of Round Rock, Texas, for a university level histroy class, including coverage of geography, flora, Native American History, European exploration, businesses, educational and religious development, the Sam Bass shootout, and general settlement up until 1879. A bibliography begins on page 41. Notes can be seen from the writer's professor, Dr. Pool, throughout the paper, including at the top of the title page.
Paper documenting the history of the "Round Rock", or "Old Rock", located in Brushy Creek and from which the town of Round Rock, Texas took its name in 1854. The report includes descriptions of the Texas landscape and unique geography of the area.
Creator: Ledbetter, Mrs. John W. & Gregg, Mrs. D. B.
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