Category Archives: J.M. Dawson

Research Ready: August 2013

Lose yourself in a nineteenth century courtship via the Akin-Rose papers. Get fired up about the separation of church and state with the Joseph Martin Dawson papers. These opportunities and more await you in our most recently processed collections–read our August edition of Research Ready to learn more Continue reading

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Mother Neff State Park: A Texas Original

“There is no more typically Texas spot in all Texas than Mother Neff Park.” Learn more about the first state park in Texas as depicted in scrapbooks in the Pat Neff collection, and maybe get some ideas for a Central Texas day trip Continue reading

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