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Collection contains miscellaneous publications, reports, and other documents created by, for or about the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council.
The collection consists of correspondence, invitations to Valley dances, Samuel W. Brooks and Charles Falgout property dealings, Brooks' personal documents, photographs, and accompanying documents pertaining to the Falgout, Merkling, Tijerina, and Alegria family.
File includes mock-up cards for "Outdoors in the Valley" and "Gift of the Rio."
Collection is comprised of photocopies of church records from Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico (archivo eclesiástico) from 1767 to 1880, including baptisms (bautismos), marriages (matrimonios), and deaths (defunciones). There are copies for staff and patron use.
Digital scans on CD with two photos of Lyndon Baines Johnson. One is of him sitting at a desk and the other is of him standing in front of an American flag.
This collection of one document case contains research files on Major Jacob Brown whom Brownsville is named after.
13 map samples in various formats.
Sample collection of 17 maps of colonial Mexico and Texas from the Archivo General de la Nacion, Mexico. Project funded by the Summerlee Foundation.
Images are accessible via our institutional repository.
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 contains organizational files for planning and hosting McAllen's 1976 Bicentennial celebration. The majority of the collection is comprised of expense receipts.
Collection contains organizational files for planning and hosting the 2004 McAllen Centennial.
Collection includes reports, economic data, visitor guides, programs, and photographs.
Collection includes the 8th Annual Family History Seminar, A Workshop in Genealogical Problem Solving.
The collection consists of event programs, exhibition flyers, and newsletters.
Applications for McAllen Landmark Heritage Property (or district).
Collection primarily consists of photographs from Mission, Texas, as well as others that are unidentified. The collection also contains documents pertaining to Robertie McMurray and G. M. McMurray.
One photograph of the Mercedes Green Hornets fastpitch softball team from 1947. District Championship Team.
1 45 RPM record with piano score and guitar chords. Spanish lyrics with English transcripts.
The majority of the collection is comprised of municipal records including official communications as well as financial records from the town of Mier, Mexico. The collection also includes school records, marks and brands, inhabitant lists, inventories, election and census records.
Collection includes articles written by Minnie Gilbert, including "Bethlehem on the Rio Grande" about a pastorela play. Documents concerning ornithologist Irby Davis, "Birdman of the Valley" and author of "A Field guide to Birds of Mexico and Central America". File also includes black and white photographs.
This collection is comprised of photographic prints and negatives on a variety of topics from different donors.
This collection consists of: plans, measurement files, public domain pictures, maps, research items on architect Robert Bertram Kelly, text documents on the depot written by Mr. David N. Currey, photos, photographs of the first depot, photographs of the "sister depot" in SL-SF passenger station in Pensacola, Florida, and postcard views of neighboring El Jardin Hotel.
File includes short notes of daily activities as recorded in a 1939 year book and a 1941 desk diary.
This collection of three document cases consists of research material pertaining to the Battle of Resaca de la Palma and the Battle of Palo Alto, as well as the overall Mexican-American War. Included are primary sources and reproductions of battle maps, books, reports, and surveys as well as published booklets, invitation, flyers, and newsletters published by the Palo Alto National Historic Site; the only National Park in South Texas.
The collection consists of papers collected, and audio interviews conducted by Paul Henggeler regarding his research and publication interests on the continuing influences John F. Kennedy and the Kennedy family continued to play on future presidents. Files also include Paul Henggeler's new research interest in Cesar Chavez and the farm labor movement.