This series consists of 855 photographs, 507 postcards, 17 photoengravings, three tintypes, 10 copy photographs, 21 steel engravings, and 22 engravings.
The subject matter of the photographs is fairly disparate and covers a wide geographical area. Hulen papers Papers documenting the military career and life of Brigadier General John A.
The records in the Texas Digital Archive include only a subset of the photographs series. Among the numerous subjects and events represented are the Hunnicutt family, Marlin High School Athletics, student life at Texas A&M University, the Capitol Lands Resurvey Project, his service with the Texas Rangers, his participation in Shriner and Masonic activities, and his aviation training with the Customs Service. Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar, second elected president of the Republic of Texas, was a statesman, soldier, historian, and poet.These are Lamar’s personal and official papers as well as material gathered by Lamar as a collector of historical documents with a particular interest in the histories of Texas and Latin American republics.Documents include correspondence, historical manuscripts, clippings, drafts, notes, editorials, poems, maps, reports, legal documents, histories of Texas and Mexico, and biographies of prominent regional figures. The 1982 publication Calendar of the Papers of Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar includes a detailed chronological listing of the papers.The material relating to prison reform (1917-1932) and the peace movement (1866-1960), although small, is rich.A portion of the records have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive. engages in the provision of wire line and cable broadband, video and voice services. The Cable segment provides security and connectivity to businesses through its hosted and managed services offerings and network of data centers operated by One Neck IT Solutions. Cellular, Wireline, Cable, Hosted and Managed Services, and Corporate, Eliminations and Other. The Wireline segment focuses on broadband offerings.The families represented, related by marriage, are Elmore, Miller, Obenchain, Wall, Rugeley, Bachman, Hawkins, Guinn, and Pigford. The collection contains images in a variety of photographic formats, including cased images, card photographs, snapshots, and Polaroids.The variety of images include a young Confederate soldier, Company C of the Texas Rangers, various family members, and several unidentified individuals. Folsom, were deeply involved in the woman’s suffrage, peace, and temperance movements in Texas and nationally.Laffite’s activities and communications concerning his alleged Laffite family materials and his sale of the materials, and Price Daniel’s purchase of and interest in the Laffite materials.Photographic formats include tintypes, cartes-de-visite, and prints.