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!
March’s finding aids
By Paul Fisher, Processing Archivist
- BU records: Hankamer School of Business, circa 1930-2014 (#BU/102): Contains materials relating primarily to the school’s operations, with an emphasis on special events and programs.
- Joynes family papers, 1899-1929, undated (#3989): Letters and photographs to and from various Joynes family members. One of the family members, Claude Joynes, was in the McLennan County jail in May 1916, and wrote a letter about a mob probably coming to look for Jesse Washington, who was lynched five days later.
- BU records: Carl B. Wilson and Pat M. Neff’s “History of Baylor University” papers, circa 1936 (#BU/385): Includes a two-volume manuscript draft of “History of Baylor University” by Baylor University Professor Carl B. Wilson written in circa 1936.
March’s print materials
By Amie Oliver, Librarian and Curator of Print Materials