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University of Texas at Austin



  • Existence: 1967-

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Dr. Jim Eanes Reese and Sarah Burton Reese Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-2660
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF)The personal and professional papers (1913-2004) of University of Oklahoma economics professor Dr. Jim Eanes Reese and his wife, Norman public schools teacher Sarah Burton Reese, and their respective families from the Comanche, Texas, area. Of particular note are the many letters (1943-1944) exchanged between Jim and Sarah during World War II, when Jim served in the U.S. Navy as a gunnery officer in Hawaii. Also included are the personal and professional papers of J. R. (James Ryland) Eanes, who was a Texas state legislator and mayor of Comanche, Texas. In addition, the collection contains historical information on the Comanche, Texas, area; several Civil War-era letters (1861, 1865) from Eanes family members regarding military service in the Confederate States Army; and legal documents (1742-1753) from Goochland and Henrico counties,...
Dates: 1742-2004

Map Collection #30: University of Texas

 Collection — Drawer 8510
Identifier: WHC-M-2824
Scope and Contents


This map collection features topographical maps of Texas and Oklahoma, Big Bend Area. Most of these maps were created by the Texas Reclamation Department in Austin in the 1920s.

Dates: 1920-1924

Pi Kappa Alpha Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1983
Scope and Contents


Fraternity. Records (1933-1943) of District 14 of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, encompassing Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas, of which Ted W. Beaird and Herbert Scott were District Presidents. Records consist of Chapter files (1933-1943), including correspondence, reports, minutes, and financial statements from individual chapters; correspondence (1933-1938) with alumni and the Supreme Council; correspondence (1934-1940) concerning petitions, installations, and conventions; convention reports and publicity (1937-1941); and the constitution and bylaws (1933-1941).

Dates: 1933-1943