Category Archives: Frank Jasek

Soldiers of the Wooden Cross: Military Memorials at Baylor

If you are in the Waco area for Memorial Day weekend, consider spending some time on the Baylor campus reading the names on the memorial lampposts–what a great way to remember those who have fallen in service to our country. And if you find yourself wanting to know more about the names on the plaques, check out Soldiers of the Wooden Cross and Frank Jasek’s research files for the book at The Texas Collection. Continue reading

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Research Ready: November 2013

Civil War, Texas Revolution, Baylor, Baptist, and Dallas history? “Check” on all counts! Discover our newest finding aids in our latest Research Ready. Continue reading

Posted in Baptist history, Battle of Glorieta Pass, Baylor University, broadsides, church history, Civil War, Columbus Avenue Baptist Church, Dallas, Frank Jasek, Gertrude Harris Cook, John Graham Jones, Mexico, military history, New Mexico, New Mexico campaign 1862, performing arts, Republic of Texas, Research Ready, Soldiers of the Wooden Cross, Texas Baptists, Texas Revolution, United States Armed Forces, United States history, Waco, war memorials, women's education, Woodrow School of Expression and Physical Culture | Leave a comment