Subject Source: Tgm
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — 19, Box: 1
Collection — 153b, Folder: 3F
Collection — 153d, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents File contains partial article concerning negotiations for a consolidation of Edinburg Junior College and Texas A & M College at College Station, ca. 1931, a photograph of Edinburg High School, and a letter from Brad Smith about the article.
Collection — Other 3O
Identifier: UTPA-MS-Smith B L
Scope and Contents Bruce Lee Smith was a newspaper photographer and reporter. His collection contains primarily newspapers. Original photographs, color separation positives, and notebooks or other original materials were retained. Newspapers not held in microfilm by the University Library, or newspapers with color photographs taken by Bruce Lee Smith were also retained. Â Newspapers with articles by Bruce Lee Smith that are available in microfilm will not be retained in this archival collection.
Collection — 2, Box: 257R
Scope and Contents The collection consists of business and personal files from John H. Shary, the largest collection of which is the United Irrigation Company series. The collection primarily contains business files, correspondence, internal memos, legal proceedings, maps, blueprints, and newspaper and magazine clippings.
Collection — 153x, Folder: 3F
Scope and Contents Collection contains materials related to Margaret and Malcolm Snavely and Malcolm's parents: Guy and Charlotte Snavely including photographs, Harlingen Study Club yearbook from Mrs. Guy Snavely, and Methodist Church directories from Margaret Snavely.
Collection — Other 1F
Identifier: UTPA-MS-Gilbert M
Scope and Contents Collection includes articles written by Minnie Gilbert, including "Bethlehem on the Rio Grande" about a pastorela play. File also includes documents concerning ornithologist Irby Davis, "Birdman of the Valley" and author of "A Field guide to Birds of Mexico and Central America). File includes black and white photographs.
Collection — Photographs Miscellaneous, Box: 2
Content Description 53 photographs of agricultural activity in the Texas Rio Grande Valley and the McAllen, Texas region, c. 1920. 39 of the photographs are 8 x 10, mounted on card stock and backed with linen, bearing the "Edrington" studio name. The remaining photographs are 5 x 7 and mounted on card stock. Four bear the "Ziebell, McAllen" studio name, six bear the "Eskildsen" name, and four have no studio identification marks. All save one of the photographs are captioned.
Collection — 43, Box: 1OV
Scope and Contents 39 black and white photographs of the Mexihcah, descendents of the ancient Aztecs from the Chichimec lineage of Northern Mexico.