Category Archives: Slavery

Research Ready: June 2016

In this month’s Research Ready, learn about a treaty between the Republic of Texas and Great Britain, materials on a Waco retail business, dining room reports from Georgia Burleson Hall cafeteria at Baylor University, and more! Continue reading

Posted in Archives, Baptist universities and colleges, Baylor athletics, Frontier and pioneer life, Luling Texas, Nate Chodorow Dry Goods Store, Race relations, Research Ready, Slavery | Leave a comment

Research Ready: June 2015

This month’s finding aids include the research materials of a noted ceramic expert and a letter from a Civil War general. Read more in our June edition of Research Ready! Continue reading

Posted in American South, Civil War, Confederate States of America, Harding Black, P.G.T. Beauregard, Research Ready, Slavery, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Research Ready: November 2014

Discover the hospital record book of a Confederate surgeon, sports cards of Baylor football and basketball players, materials on the Waco Veterans Administration Medical Center, and more in this month’s Research Ready! Continue reading

Posted in 5th Texas Cavalry Regiment, American South, basketball, Baylor football, Baylor University, Civil War, Confederate States of America, First Baptist Church Robinson, football, Foy Valentine, John M. Bronaugh, McLennan County, Research Ready, Robinson, Sarah C. Pier Wiley, Sibley's Brigade, Slavery, sports cards, Texas Baptists, Uncategorized, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Woman pioneers | Leave a comment

Research Ready: July 2013

Explore ranch life for Texas women, learn how oratory was taught in the 1890s, discover the intrigue of US politics in the 1840s…and much, much more! Check out our latest processed collections in this month’s Research Ready to connect with this information Continue reading

Posted in African-American history, African-Americans, Alexander Bumpass "Tip" Jones, Anna Louisa Wellington Stoner, Baptist General Convention of Texas, Baptist history, Baptist universities and colleges, Baptist women, Baylor Female College, Baylor University, Ben Guttery, Benjamin Edward Green, BGCT, Bill Pitts, Branch Davidians, Civil rights in Texas, Curriculum at Baylor, Discrimination in Education, Dominican Republic, Frontier and pioneer life, Irwin Green McGee, James Weldon Jones, Lillie Worley McGee, Lone Star School of Oratory, Mary Margaret Stoner McLean, Mathematical Association of America, Mathematicians, Mental Health Mental Retardation Center, Mexican War 1846-1848, Pat Neff, Prohibition, Race relations, Republic of Texas, Research Ready, Royal Clinton "Red" Stoner, Slavery, Texas Baptists, Texas ranches, Texas Revolution, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Vivienne Malone-Mayes, Waco, Walter Hale McKenzie, Woman pioneers, Women and Mathematics, World War I | Leave a 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: April 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. Here’s the scoop for April: Sadie C. Cannon papers, undated: An unpublished manuscript, Sing Hallelujah, … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Baptist history, Baylor University, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Civil War, Confederate States of America, Discoveries, Elizabeth Farr, Elsie Maynard, Emmanuel Baptist Church Waco, Frontier and pioneer life, Germanium, Gordon Kidd Teal, Institute of Radio Engineers, Memorial Baptist Church Waco, Reconstruction, Republic of Texas, Research Ready, Richard Farr, Sadie Cannon, Slavery, Texas Academy of Science, Texas Baptists, Texas Instruments, Texas land grants, Transistors, William Chapman, William McCutchan, World War II | Leave a comment

Research Ready: October 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 October: Bolt Family Homestead and Legion Valley Indian Massacre Collection, 1985: … Continue reading

Posted in 10th Texas Infantry Regiment, Adolf Hitler, African-Americans, Albert Luper, Baptist history, Baptist missions, Baptist women, Baylor at Independence, Baylor University, Bolt Family Homestead, Brazil, Camp MacArthur, Civil War, Confederate States of America, diaries, Fannie Mae Luper, First Baptist Church Oak Cliff Dallas, Fred Gildersleeve, Frontier and pioneer life, Georgia Jenkins Burleson, German-Americans, Germany, Granbury's Texas Brigade, Harry Hall Womack Jr., Historic Waco, Indians of North America, Kentucky National Guard, Legion Valley Massacre, letters, Llano County, Lydia Ann Guyler English, Mary "Kitty" Jacque Du Congé, Mexican War 1846-1848, military history, missionaries, missions, Oscar "Doc" Norbert Du Congé, Otto Georg Thierack, Portugal, Reconstruction, Research Ready, Rufus Burleson, Sam Houston, Slavery, Texas Catholics, Texas governors, Texas Mayors, United States Air Force, United States Navy, University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston, Waco race relations, Woman pioneers, World War I, World War II | Leave a comment