Category Archives: Seventh and James Baptist Church-Waco

Research Ready: September 2016

Explore a rare book about presidents of the Republic of Texas, a collection of photographs of Waco, the papers of an early Waco educator, and more in this month’s Research Ready. Continue reading

Posted in Baptist women, Baylor University, Historic Waco, Jewish Federation of Waco and Central Texas, McLennan County, Myron Wood, Photographs, Research Ready, Sam Houston, Seventh and James Baptist Church-Waco, Texas, Texas Baptists, Waco ISD | Leave a comment

Research Ready: October 2013

Just a couple of new finding aids this month, but ripe for exploration if you’re interested in Confederate units from Central Texas or Texas Baptist missionaries in Brazil! Continue reading

Posted in Anne Ellen Luther Bagby, Baptist history, Baptist missions, Baptist universities and colleges, Baptist women, Baylor at Independence, Baylor Female College, Baylor University, Brazil, Civil War, Confederate States of America, Freestone County, John Hill Luther, missionaries, missions, Research Ready, Seventh and James Baptist Church-Waco, Texas Baptists, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, William Buck Bagby | 1 Comment

Research Ready: June 2013

Whatever your interest, we’ve got you covered. The early days of Baylor’s Student Union Building? Waco pioneers? World War II photographs? Check out this month’s Research Ready to learn more Continue reading

Posted in Accountants, African-Americans, Air warfare, America (song), Ava Walkup Storey, Baptist history, Baptist missions, Baptist universities and colleges, Baylor at Independence, Baylor athletics, Baylor University, Cherokee, Chris H.W. Rueter, Civil War, Dixie Anderson Butcher, Edcouch, Edward Horner Wiley, First Baptist Church-Edcouch, Frank L. Wilcox, Frontier and pioneer life, George Barnard, Gonzales, Hidalgo County, Historic Waco, Immortal Ten, Independence, Independence Baptist Church, Indians of North America, James Anderson Slover, Lawrence Sullivan Ross, Lily McIlroy Russell, Mary Jane Hannah Wiley, Mayors, missionaries, missions, My Country Tis of Thee, Newel Berryman Crain, Newton M. Berryman, Pat Neff, Patriotism, Pheba, Pipkin Drug Store, Race relations, Railroad accidents, Research Ready, Robert "Bob" Lee Hannah, Round Rock, Rufus C. Burleson Society, Samuel Francis Smith, Seventh and James Baptist Church-Waco, Slavery, Student Union Building, Texas, Texas Baptists, Trading posts, Traffic fatalities, Waco, World War I, World War II | Leave a comment

Research Ready: January 2013

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. As we did in December, we have a few special entries from the Archival Collections … Continue reading

Posted in Austin's Colony, Baptist history, Baylor at Independence, Baylor athletics, Baylor Female College, Baylor University, Bertie Routh Barron, Charles Wellborn, Civil War, classical education, Colonization in Texas, Delta Sigma Pi, diaries, Edna, genealogy, Grimes County, Harry Raymond Morse Jr., Henry Trantham, Jackson County, Jacob de Cordova, James M. Kendrick Jr., Jews in Texas, Julie Holcomb, Kendrick family, McLennan County, Milam County, Olive McGehee Denson, Research Ready, Revivals, Rhodes Scholarship program, Roger Conger, Seventh and James Baptist Church-Waco, Southwest Athletic Conference, Texas Baptists, Waco, Waco tornado 1953 | Leave a comment