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Texas--Social life and customs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Dad Coburn to Kids Letter

Identifier: SC 01504
Scope and Contents

Letter to kids about his return home by train.

Dates: 1945 April 7

John Menefee Diary

Identifier: SC 01332
Scope and Contents Contains a diary that was also used as an autograph album and service record for Corporal John Menefee of Purcellville, Virginia. Menefee was a member of the Quartermaster Camp stationed in Stockton, California. The diary was given out to service members during World War II as part of the "My Life in the Service" series. The diary is divided into sections for identification of the owner, service record, citations and awards, my buddies in the service, officers I have met, civilians I have...
Dates: 1942-1945

Charles E. Kolodzey Papers

Identifier: Mss. Acc. 2009.563 and 2011.276
Scope and Contents

Included are 32  diaries, 1947-1978 (1955 is missing) of  engineer Charles E. Kolodzey of Texas with entries of varying length and regularity.  The author mentions activities related to work, family and social life.  There are also photographs and slides of Charles Kolodzey from his work and personal life. Charles E. Kolodzey designed and constructed the first offshore oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

Dates: 1947-1978

Anna Taylor Diary

Identifier: SC 01043
Scope and Contents Diary, 1929, of Anna Bob Taylor, a teenager from Houston, Texas. Includes information about a trip taken to Europe, including stops in England, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, and the Netherlands from June until August. Also includes information about her day at school, people with whom she meets, activities in which she participates, and her relationship with her mother. Events include dates on which she goes, going to the movies, and taking a trip to Chattanooga with other students....
Dates: 1929

Texas Settler Letters

 Collection — Box Small Collections Box 118
Identifier: SC 01729
Content Description

Three letters, a total of ten pages, written by a Virginian settler in Texas to his sister.

Dates: Majority of material found within February 1867; 1867-07-29