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J. B. Morris Boy Scout Collection
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 ...
Emil Rassman Collection
Emil Rassman of Midland, TX served on the Board of Regents for the Texas State University System and the Board of Regents for the West Texas Chamber of Commerce; he was also affiliated with the Permian Basin Petroleum ...
Charles Coombes of Benjamin Texas married Eleanor Bierschwale in 1937. Coombes was employed by West Texas Utilities and active in civic affairs and the Christian Church. The collection is compiled of two linear feet covering ...
Mrs. J.Q. Counts Photograph Collection
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 ...
Historical and Biographical Record of the Cattle Industry and the Cattlemen of Texas and Adjacent Territory
Collection contains one book, Historical and Biographical Record of the Cattle Industry and the Cattlemen of Texas and Adjacent Territory by James Cox, published in 1895. The book contains histories and biographies of ...
Concho Valley Electric Co-op Power Collection
Today the Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, a non-profit organized in May 1940, serves over 4,400 members and has 3,606 miles of line covering 4,175 square miles in ten counties: Tom Green, Coke, Concho, Sterling, ...
Colonel Robert E. Byrns Collection
Colonel Robert E. Byrns (1910-1999) was active in the military and served in World War II before later working as a professor of history at Angelo State University. The collection contains 46 issues of Frontier Times; an ...
Poll Tax Records of Irion County Texas 1913-1963
The collection contains photocopied poll tax records; some of the areas covered include Mertzon, Arden, Barnhart, Irion City, and Sherwood.
Tweedy Family Papers Collection
Joseph Tweedy came to the Concho Valley in 1877 and established the community of Knickbocker Texas. He reared sheep and in 1881 was elected president of the first Wool Growers Association in the area. He also helped start ...
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baze Collection
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. ...