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    • J. B. Morris Boy Scout Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
      In 1944, J.B. Morris became District Executive of the Concho Valley Council Boy Scouts of America, serving in Del Rio and San Angelo. During that time he collected a number of early San Angelo BSA history, including role ...
    • Junior League Historic Survey of San Angelo Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2014-01-25)
      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 ...
    • Leona Bruce Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-17)
      Leona Bruce was an author from Santa Anna in Coleman County. The collection includes one box containing photographs and memorabilia from the Santa Anna area in Coleman County. Included are three copies of Santa Anna’s ...
    • Lillian and Gladys Talbert Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
      Lillian, 1903-1987, and her younger sister Gladys Talbert grew up in San Angelo. The collection consists of material from both Lillian and Gladys’ years at San Angelo High School and at Mary Hardin Baylor. In addition, ...
    • Marie Russell Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-03)
      For a number of years Marie Russell served as County Clerk for Tom Green County. During that time (1978-1991), she received many queries for genealogical material. The collection contains two boxes of parallel lists ...
    • Marilyn Mohler Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
      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) ...
    • Mary O'Harrow Robinson Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
      The collection includes the San Angelo Garden Club Yearbooks, 1956-1969 and 1988-1989; a scrapbook of the 1936 flood in San Angelo; Needlecraft magazines from 1914 and 1919; genealogy; and books. The genealogy includes the ...
    • Miles Baptist Church Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-03)
      Miles Baptist Church was organized in 1891, first under the name Missionary Baptist Church of Christ and later as the First Baptist Church of Miles. The collection includes materials used to write a history of the church ...
    • Mozelle Tonne Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
      Mozelle Tonne and her husband Gilbert have lived in San Angelo for over 50 years. Mozelle has written a few articles for publication, and most of her research has focused on family history. She published a book about her ...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baze Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-03)
      Albert Baze (1910-1997) grew up on ranches around San Angelo; his family came to Tom Green County in 1872-3 and included prominent members of the community. Eventually, Baze worked for General Dynamics in Fort Worth. ...
    • Mrs. J.Q. Counts Photograph Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
      Mr. and Mrs. J.Q. Counts were early settlers of West Texas. Mrs. Counts was the daughter of Lindsey Houston McDorman, who settled in Coke County in the late 1880’s. The collection contains two ca. 1900’s photographs found ...
    • National Weather Service of San Angelo Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-17)
      The National Weather Service of San Angelo, originally the Weather Bureau, opened its San Angelo office in 1947 at the Mathis Field terminal. The collection includes ledgers which contain data compiled by the National ...
    • Ollie Joyce Eaton Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-10)
      Donated by Ollie Joyce Eaton (associated with the DAR, the DRT, and the Tom Green County Historical Society), the collection contains four boxes of miscellaneous materials relating to CC Fitzgerald, the Parsons’ Texas ...
    • Pancho Villa and the Border Revolution 

      West Texas Collection (2014-01-25)
      Material pertains to Pancho Villa and the Border Revolution including books, periodicals, maps, manuscripts, lantern slides, music and post cards covering all aspects of the military operation including first use of military ...
    • Pocahontas Chapter, DAR Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
      The Pocahontas Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was founded by Mrs. Penrose Ions in 1910. Mrs. Ions was one of the first 500 women in the United States to become a member when the DAR was founded in ...
    • Poll Tax Records of Irion County Texas 1913-1963 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-03)
      The collection contains photocopied poll tax records; some of the areas covered include Mertzon, Arden, Barnhart, Irion City, and Sherwood.
    • Probandt Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-17)
      The collection includes two leather-bound ledgers dated 1891-1895, possibly from related to the business of Felix Probandt, an early San Angelo merchant. Each ledger lists customers whose names are included in the finding aid.
    • Ralph Preston Fairbanks Art Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
      Ralph Preston Fairbanks (1931-1990), the owner of the art collection, was actively involved with Fort Concho and the Tom Green County Historical Commission. The collection contains 10 pieces of artwork: 6 watercolors by ...
    • Ray B. Johnston Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2014-01-25)
      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. ...
    • Robert and Nona Carr Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
      Robert G. Carr (1895-1978) was an oil operator and a member of the U.S. Air Force, serving in both world wars and instrumental in bringing Goodfellow Air Force Base to San Angelo in 1940. Robert and Nona Carr were longtime ...