Research Ready: April 2018

May 14, 2018 paulfisher

Each month, we post an update to notify our readers about the latest archival collections to be processed and some highlights of our print material acquisitions. These resources are primed for research and are just a sampling of the many resources to be found at The Texas Collection!

April’s print materials
By Amie Oliver, Librarian and Curator of Print Materials

Strubhart, Idella Unterbrink. A Small Town in God's Country: Riviera, Texas: Commemorating 90 Years of History, 1907-1997. Norcross, Georgia: Sitton & Associates, [1997]. Print.

Strubhart, Idella Unterbrink. A Small Town in God’s Country: Riviera, Texas: Commemorating 90 Years of History, 1907-1997. Norcross, Georgia: Sitton & Associates, [1997]. Print. 

Written in a scrapbook style, this volume provides a closer look, from public spaces to early families, at Riviera, Texas, and includes many photographs, illustrations, and newspaper clippings.

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Curtis, Albert. Fabulous San Antonio. San Antonio, Naylor Co. [1955]. Print.

 

Curtis, Albert. Fabulous San Antonio. San Antonio, Naylor Co. [1955]. Print. 

With a mix of folklore, anecdotes, and history, this volume provides a closer look at San Antonio and tells her story through the people and places that make up this beloved Texas city. 
 

 

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Dealey, Ted. Diaper Days of Dallas. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press [1966]. Print.

 

Dealey, Ted. Diaper Days of Dallas. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press [1966]. Print. 

Famed publisher Ted Dealey wrote this volume based on his “I Can Remember When” articles originally published in the Dallas Morning News. Through personal recollections, Dealey tells the story of Dallas. 

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