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[Col. Nicholas Copeland letter to Martin Bridgman, April 25, 1835]

Description: 1835 letter of Col. Nicholas Copeland to his son-in-law Martin Bridgman of Arkansas, enticing him to move to Texas. The letter discusses the price of land and cattle, as well as the profitability of crops such as cotton and corn. Copeland adds a note for Harry Currin, a free African-American, stating that Texas is a safe place to settle. His land grant (settlement & fortification) described in the letter was 25 miles west of the Trinity River just before crossing the Navasota River. This letter was written at Robbins' Ferry on the Old San Antonio Road at the crossing of the Trinity River (letters went east from there to be carried & put in the US mail system).
Date: April 25, 1835
Creator: Copeland, Nicholas
Partner: Other

[Copy of Telegram from Jack Sayles to C. F. Rayburn, November 25,1939]

Description: Copy of Telegram from Jack Sayles to C. F. Rayburn discussing the purchase and lease of Wiggins Land. Sayles writes that there is a vendor's lien and deed of trust lien securing the purchase money note held and owned by the Lyle Family Trust which affects the Wiggins Land.
Date: November 25, 1939
Creator: Sayles, Jack
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Copy of Telegram from Jack Sayles to C. F. Rayburn, November 25,1939]

Description: Copy of Telegram from Jack Sayles to C. F. Rayburn discussing the purchase and lease of Wiggins Land. Sayles writes that there is a vendor's lien and deed of trust lien securing the purchase money note held and owned by the Lyle Family Trust which affects the Wiggins Land. There is a hand written correction visible.
Date: November 25, 1939
Creator: Sayles, Jack
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodanksy and Lowell S. Selling - April 1939]

Description: Letter from Dr. Meyer Bodansky to Dr. Lowell S. Selling, explaining that a person who had received a very high recommendation from Dr. Selling for a position at the John Sealy Hospital had stolen from the hospital, committed several other crimes, and become a fugitive from the authorities. Attached in Dr. Selling's original recommendation, which provide a glowing review of the man in question and portrays him as one of the best occupational therapists available for numerous reasons.
Date: 1939-04-25/1938-09-27
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Selling, Lowell S.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Anna M. Young - May 1939]

Description: Letter from Dr. Meyer Bodansky to Dr. Anna M. Young confirming his attendance at the general meeting of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and his ability to present a report in connection with the Chemical Research Committee, of which he is chair. Attached is a letter from Dr. Young reminding Dr. Bodansky about the meeting and requesting that he present a report on the activities of his committee.
Date: 1939-04-25/1939-05-05
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Young, Anna M.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Edward R. Mugrage - March 1939]

Description: Letter from Dr. Edward R. Mugrage to Dr. Meyer Bodansky requesting that Dr. Bodansky consent to be the key note speaker at a meeting of the Colorado Society of Medical Technologists. The letter also discusses several matters of reimbursement for travel made by speakers at the meetings. Dr. Bodansky's letter respectfully declines the invitation because of prior engagements made writing a book.
Date: 1939-03-25/1939-03-28
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Mugrage, Edward R.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Eric Ponder - June 1934]

Description: Letters written between Eric Ponder and Meyer Bodansky exchanging thanks for the receipt of various monographs and textbooks donated between the two men. They also discuss methods of red blood cell counting and literature associated with the various methods.
Date: 1934-06-25/1934-06-30
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Ponder, Eric
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Ina Boyd Herrmann - July 1939]

Description: Letters between Dr. Meyer Bodansky and Ina Boyd Herrmann, dated July 25, 1939 and July 27, 1939. In the first letter, Mrs. Herrmann notifies Dr. Bodansky that she has included his name as a reference for her application at the Medical Bureau in Chicago. The second letter is a response from Dr. Bodansky that wishes Mrs. Herrmann good luck.
Date: July 25, 1939
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Herrmann, Ina Boyd
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and J. M. D. Olmsted - November 1939]

Description: Letters between Dr. Meyer Bodansky, who is from the Department of Pathological Chemistry of the School of Medicine at the University of Texas, and Dr. J. M. D. Olmsted, who is from the Department of Physiology at the University of California Medical School. The first letter, which is from Dr. Bodansky, is dated November 25, 1939. It requests that Dr. Olmsted send him a copy of a book that Dr. Olmsted wrote that concerns students' notes on the lectures of John Hunter. Dr. Bodansky explains that he is researching this topic, so any help would be appreciated. The second letter, which is from Dr. Olmsted, is dated November 30, 1939. The note describes some of Dr. Olmsted's experiences and ideas on gathering such notes.
Date: November 25, 1939
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Olmsted, J. M. D.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Marguerite Stadelhofer - September-October 1940]

Description: Letters between Marguerite Stadelhofer, the Production Editor of the C. V. Mosby Company, and Dr. Meyer Bodansky. The first letter, which is from Ms. Stadelhofer, is dated September 25, 1940. It is addressed to Dr. Herman L. Gardner, and informs him that the collaborative article that he wrote with Dr. Levine and Dr. Bodansky is published in a current issue of "the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology". The letter includes a quote on reprints of the article. The first letter, which is from Dr. Meyer Bodansky and dated October 7, 1940, is a response to Ms. Stadelhofer's previous letter on behalf of Dr. Gardener. Dr. Bodansky states that he would like to order 400 total reprints, and requests that 200 of them be sent to Dr. Gardner.
Date: September 25, 1940
Creator: Stadelhofer, Marguerite & Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence from Catherine Murphy to Eleanor Brown, Oct 25, 2004]

Description: Correspondence from Catherine Murphy to Eleanor Brown containing a copy of the information Murphy has on file for Brown and a list of the WASPs in Region 2. A handwritten note at the top of page 1 states, "Total 175 WASP in Reg II."
Date: October 25, 2004
Creator: Murphy, Catherine A.
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Correspondence from David Read to William Crain]

Description: Correspondence from David Read to William Crain requesting that Crain transfer a note for nineteen dollars and fifty cents to [Michael Reed].
Date: July 25, 1831
Creator: Read, David
Partner: Southwestern University

[Correspondence to Julia Maria Pease]

Description: A letter to Julia Maria Pease from a former employee who had emigrated from Japan—he wants to go back and get married, and he asks Pease to verify that he had legally come into the US from Japan, so that he can return with his wife.
Date: October 25, 1919
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Email from Catherine Murphy to Sherry Ringler, June 25, 2006]

Description: Email from Catherine Murphy to Sherry Ringler discussing her reservations against hiring an executive director to manage the administrative duties of the WASP organization.
Date: June 25, 2006
Creator: Murphy, Catherine A.
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum