RHC. Regional and Historical Collections
Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains research material collected for Thomas E. Simmon's book: Who's shooting firecrackers? : the "riot" at Fort Ringgold, Texas. The book discusses an incident that occurred when Troop D, Ninth U. S. Cavalry Regiment (Colored) stationed at Fort Ringgold and townspeople in Rio Grande City exchanged shots on the night of November 20, 1899. Materials include photostatic copies from the National Archives, Texas State Archives, microfilm, and photographs.
Collection contains annual reports for the Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center of Hidalgo County (1969/1970 and 1970/1971, and the Tropical Texas Center for Mental Health and Mental Retardation (1976, 1978, and 1979).
Trial transcripts of United States of America vs. Jorge Garza in the United States District Court Southern district of Texas, McAllen Division. Case number 7:13-CR-70-12
Collection contains a file regarding the agreement between Rudy Nordmeyer and Guenther Weiske to dissolve Valley Brick and Tile Company in 1972 and its sale to John Grimes. Collection also contains six daily planners "yearbooks" dating from 1961 to 1966.
Newspaper clippings from 1960-1965 glued onto a 1942 Powers Road and Street Catalog. Catalog has a label from W. O. Washington, City Engineer, Brownsville Texas.
Collection contains ledger books concerning customer and business accounts and newspaper clippings of weekly advertisements.
39 black and white photographs of the Mexihcah, descendants of the ancient Aztecs from the Chichimec lineage of Northern Mexico.
Yearbook includes a list of past presidents from 1926-1974, life members from 1910, constitution and by-laws. As well as 1974-1976 officers, committees, roll call, and programs.
Ya Mero Tomo I and Tomo II, newspaper published in McAllen, Texas.