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The TCU Ledgers include various accounting information for AddRan Christian University, Texas Christianity Univeristy, and the Brite College of the Bible for the years 1901 until 1972. The bulk of the ledgers cover the years 1901-1940. The ledgers include information on tuition payments, student credits, bookstore accounting records, faculty and staff payrolls, financial campaign records, loans, building funds, departmental expenses, and insurance payments.
Seven boxes of photographs produced by the TCU Marketing Department pertaining to TCU campus events, people, buildings & statues, and many things related to campus and student life.
This collection contains assorted items of TCU memorabilia related to athletics. The provenance of the individual items is not known. The items include a "Texas Christian" branded football, a TCU Frisbee, a set of Southwest Conference commemorative coins, a deck of TCU Fort Worth playing cards, and a TCU foam finger.
Seven textiles made by members of the Navajo tribe. Four were donated by Joe Ray Jones in 1982. The architect Walter Netsch donated two rugs in the Two Grey Hills style while he was designing the 1980's wings of the libray.
Two of the textiles are made to look like Navajo rugs but are not authentic. According to the original inventory notes there are three more Navajo rugs that have yet to be located (as of 1/8/2020 - Kerri Menchaca).
The scrapbooks are arranged chronologically. The description column notes the general subject content of each scrapbook. Folder numbers have been assigned to each scrapbook to aid in identification.Items include news clips, letters, programs, photos, and invitations.
Various grants requested by faculty and staff in relation to the Vision in Action and Strategic Planning Program. Also includes correspondence.
This collection contains ephemera, news clippings, a book of minutes, a secretary's book, and six large scrapbooks.
The papers contain mostly correspondence of T.E. Tomlinson and mostly regarding the move from Waco to Fort Worth, after the fire in 1910. Also including is Board of Trustees by laws, finances, ephemera, news clippings, etc.
Vertical files containing miscellaneous Texas ephemera.
Series 1 contains newspaper clippings, photocopies from books, and written notes pertaining to Mr. Turner's research into Major General William Jenkins Worth, Edward H. Tarrant and Lyndon B. Johnson. Series 2 are correspondences with Lyndon B. Johnson from 1933-1967. Also included in the collections a books, correspondences with Jim Wright and Mr. Turner's personal history.
Eighteen boxes of the records, files and research of Paulette Burns from her career in Nursing instruction.
The collection includes personal correspondence to and from Hutton concerning his family and business matters, narratives of his many trips both personal and professional, and numerous newspaper and magazine articles which he used in his ministry. Also included are church programs, newsletters and bulletins, as well as course outlines from the classes he taught at TCU. Also included are unpublished manuscripts and his personal library of books.
Speeches, drafts, magazines, and cassettes pertaining to Suzanne Coleman's speech writing for Ann Richards from 1981 to 2006.
The collection contains three box of land deeds and titles.
The collection contains one news clipping, photographs of various stage productions and individual actors, individual and bound volumes of programs from the Fort Worth Little Theatre from 1925-1942.
Business papers, correspondence, deeds, receipts from the Thrasher and Winchell families of the 1800s. The receipts are mostly from the Perry County Indiana Treasurer’s office.
Administrative records, correspondence, and memorabilia document the Tom B. Saunders Company from 1899 to 1974. The collection includes material on other notable Texas trail drivers collected by the family. The family's Fort Worth Stock Show planning material is also included.
The collection includes writings and published works of Tony Clark including articles, notes, poems, short stories and plays. Also included are school papers, exams, news clipping, photographs, illustrations, publicity, and videotapes.
Correspondence, writings, newspaper clippings, and ephemera document the literary career of Violette Newton from 1938-2001. The collection includes histories written by Newton on her early books, correspondence with other notable writers and publishers in Texas, and scrapbooks documenting her literary career.
The collection contains reproductions of over 200 letters from Adolphe Appia wrote to Chamberlain between 1893 and 1904. The letters maintain the creator’s original organization and follow a chronological format.
This collection contains correspondence and a personal notebook from Wanda's time at Alcon.