The Wilhelmina Pegram Robertson Papers
Scope and Contents
The collection contains three box of land deeds and titles.
- Creation: 1835-1921
Conditions Governing Use
The collection is open for research.
Biographical / Historical
These papers originally belonged to Elijah Sterling Clack Robertson, son of Empresario Sterling Clack Robertson, who established Robertson's Colony in Texas. He later worked as a clerk in the land office of his father's colony, and then served as Spanish translator in the General Land Ofiice in Austin. He became an expert in locating land titles, and was asked to file land claims. The later documents concern land titles in Salado, Texas and Temple, Texas.
3 Linear feet
Language of Materials
The collection is arranged in chronological order.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Louise B. Raggio, guardian of the estate of Wilhemmina Pegram Robertson in December, 1973.
- The Wilhelmina Pegram Robertson Papers
- Lisa Pena
- May, 2018
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