Monthly Archives: July 2012

Research Ready: July 2012

Each month, we post a processing update to notify our readers about the latest collections that have finding aids online and are primed for research. Here’s the scoop for July: Andrew Joseph (A.J.) Armstrong papers: The Andrew Joseph Armstrong papers … Continue reading

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Looking Back at Baylor: Simple Pleasures in Independence

This piece by former Texas Collection director Kent Keeth originally was published in The Baylor Line in November 1978, then was reprinted in Looking Back at Baylor (1985), a collection of Keeth and Harry Marsh’s historical columns for the Line. … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, Baylor at Independence, Baylor Female College, Baylor Line Camp, Baylor University, Christmas, Independence columns, Kent Keeth, Looking Back at Baylor, Margaret Hall Hicks, Rufus Burleson, San Jacinto Day, The Baylor Line, William Carey Crane | 6 Comments

Soaring on Wings like Eagles: Greaver Miller, Rich Field and World War I

The year was 1918. The United States, under the leadership of President Woodrow Wilson, had struggled to remain neutral in a conflict that had engulfed the European powers and their colonial empires in war. For three years, Wilson successfully navigated … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, aerial photography, Archives, Army Signal Officer's Reserve Corps, Cooper Texas, Greaver Lewis Miller, Historic Waco, Perry Rich, pilot wings, Rich Field, Richfield High School, U.S. School of Military Aeronautics, Waco, World War I | Leave a comment