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Ron and Barbara Thompson Collection
Dr. and Mrs. Thompson donated a book on the oil and gas industry which was placed in Closed Stacks. In addition, the collection contains a scrapbook kept by Mrs. Thompson’s mother and containing information on old homes ...
Elda Dougherty Collection
Elda C. Dougherty moved to San Angelo, TX from Denver, CO with her husband Dr. Newal J. Dougherty in the 1930s and worked as a professional dance instructor for most of her life. She died in 1991. The collection contains ...
Ed Fisher Collection
Ed Fisher (born 1924) had a varied career. He taught at Angelo State University, surveyed land, and worked in real estate. After his retirement he poured himself into writing about the history of West Texas. The majority ...
Marilyn Mohler Collection
While a student under Dr. Escal Duke at Angelo State University, Marilyn Mohler submitted this research paper, entitled “The Hatton Building on Concho Avenue, San Angelo, Texas” and about the Hatton Building (Miss Hattie’s) ...
Junior League Historic Survey of San Angelo Collection
The Junior League was started as the Young Women’s Service League; the name was changed in about 1957. In 1984, the Junior League of San Angelo voted to match a grant offered by the Texas Historical Commission for the ...
Woman's Forum Collection
The Woman’s Forum was organized 15 February 1937. Since that time the group has sponsored numerous other organizations. These organizations have been involved in charitable and social work within the city. The collection ...
Ray B. Johnston Collection
Ray B. Johnston was born in Bryan, Texas on December 25, 1892, and moved to San Angelo when he was eight years old. He worked as a farmer in Irion County. Following a drop in crop prices at the Santa Fe RR freight warehouse. ...
San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society Collection
The San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc., was organized in 1972. The collection consists of papers, photographs, and scrapbooks containing SAG&HS and San Angelo genealogical and historical information.
Tom Green County Historical Society Collection
The Tom Green County Historical Society was organized in 1944 by Susan Miles, Grace Bitner and Doris Hoffman. The collection contains research material compiled by the Society, including papers, photographs, newspaper ...
Fort Concho Library Collection
John Neilson, Fort Concho Librarian, brought the ledger, telephone directories, and other materials to the West Texas Collection. The collection includes a ledger (Abstract of Lands, Irion County, 1854-1860), Worley’s City ...