Ed Fisher Collection




West Texas Collection

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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 of the collection pertains to the history of West Texas and those who settled the country. Fisher was also extremely interested in surveying and land records. The collection includes a large number of maps.


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Ed Fisher, Finding aid, Maps, Ira Driver, West Texas History, Evalena Blowey, Andrews County, Borden County, Dawson County, Garza County, Howard County, Irion County, Loving County, Lynn County, Martin County, Midland County, Mitchell County, Pecos, Reagan County, Sutton County, Ward County, Llano Estacado, South Plains, Fort McKavett, Red River Indian War, Fort Richardson, Fort Davis, Fort Lancaster, Fort Concho, Camp Verde, Fort Mason, Buffalo Soldier, Fort Bliss, Butterfield Trail, Surveying, Windmill, Dowser, Water Witching, Agriculture, Camp Louis Farr, Cowboy, Del Rio, Gilcrease Institute, Ernest Hinds, Oliver Heard, Mason County, Masons, Knights of Templar, Amelia Earhart, Institute of Texan Cultures, Postal History, Frontier, Petroleum, Oil, San Angelo, 80 John, XIT Ranch, World War II, Maps, Spear, Lackey, Flipper


Ed Fisher Collection, West Texas Collection, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas