Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The papers document the career of Dave Oliphant. The majority of the papers consist of correspondence, Oliphant's writings, and the publications produced by Prickly Pear Press.
This collection contains correspondence, diaries, record books, manuscript drafts, photographs, and scrapbooks. The bulk of the papers are dedicated to the Character Research Project founded by Ligon. There is also extensive correspondence between Ligon and Eli Lilly, who supported his research.
The collection includes a complete set of letters written by Joseph Warren Hays to his family while serving in the Army Air Corps during World War II. The letters detail his aviation training across the United States and his service in Europe toward the end of the war. In his later years, Mr. Hays wrote recollections of his missions over Europe. The collection also includes printed publications, newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, a photograph of Hays, and ephemera.
The papers include correspondence, student records and recitals, performance programs, and news clippings.
Correspondence (87 letters and fragments) and a Dallas Morning News article. Letters are arranged chronologically, individually enclosed and then organized into folders by decade. The folders lay flat in an oversized box.
The correspondence deals primarily with the daily life of soldiers, troop movements and battles fought. Requests are often made for news from home. The newspaper article gives a detailed description of the assassination of Robert Love.
The collection is one folder of notes received from classmates. The notes are often invitations to social or religious events. They depict the active social life of a young college student at AddRan College in Thorp Spring in the late 1880s.
Organizational records, correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs document the Bryson Club between 1923 and 1995. The records reflect the club's original filing organization, with the exception of loose material. The papers document the membership and activities of the club, and the Bryson scholarship recipients. No literary works from members are included in the collection.
Scrapbooks, photos, negatives, TCU and non-TCU ballet programs, dance magazines, dance step books, posters, and TCU performance videotapes from 1914-1996. Includes documents of the Fort Worth Ballet Association.
The papers include programs and other materials related to his years as choral director for TCU, University Christian Church, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Series I. includes video and audio recordings from various concerts. Series II. Includes ephemera, correspondence, class material, newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, and other assorted material There are quite a few programs from TCU concerts and programs from non TCU venues.
This collection contains research, interviews, and audiovisual materials collected by Sherrie Reynolds and her staff for the TCU Story project and for the book Arms of God: the Sisters of St. Mary of Namur, 2011.
The bulk of the papers contains artifacts from WWII, documents, correspondence, ephemera, journals, photographs, etc. from his time as a prisoner of war in Hirohata, Japan. The collection also covers his post-military life and contains Texas Christian University ephemera, photographs, correspondence, etc..
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.