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Title: John Warren Smith Papers, 1836-2009Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Extent: 13.0 Boxes

Arrangement: The collection contains documents, probate records, maps, pictures, articles, correspondence and the manuscript for the novel No Holier Spot of Ground: A Texas Story. Many of the items in this collection are the research materials collected in preparation for this book. The materials are arranged in the order previously assigned to them.

Subjects: Cincinnati (Tex.), Confederate States of America - Army - Texas Brigade, Ghost towns - Texas, Plantation life - Texas, Polk County (Tex.), Slavery - Texas, Smith, John Warren, 1928-, Steamboats - Texas, Trinity River (Tex.) - Description and travel, Walker County (Tex.), Yellow fever - Texas

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The John Warren Smith Collection (1836-2009; ten boxes) contains materials documenting the history of John Warren Smith and the Smith family of Walker County, Texas.  The Walker County probate and deed records include information that was used in the writing of John Warren Smith’s novel No Holier Spot of Ground published by Sam Houston State University’s Texas Review Press in 2004.  The original manuscript and author’s notes for No Holier Spot of Ground are part of the collection, which also includes materials pertaining to many early Walker County residents, businesses, and historically significant incidents.  Included are articles on the Trinity River and steamboat travel, early Huntsville newspaper clippings, early Texas and Walker County maps, information on Polk County, and material on the ghost town of Cincinnati, Texas.  The majority of the materials concern the Smith family of Walker County (Cincinnati) and includes information regarding Hood’s Texas Brigade, the yellow fever epidemic, slaves, the mentally ill, lawsuits, family wills, as well as photographs of family gravestones.  Also included in the collection are early Sam Houston Normal Institute and Sam Houston Teachers College certificates and diplomas for Boyce O. Smith and Mary Traylor.

Collection Historical Note

John Warren Smith was born in Huntsville, Texas in 1928.  His parents were Willie B. Smith and Mary Traylor Smith.  He grew up in Huntsville and attended Sam Houston State Teacher’s College in the late 1940s.  During his High School years, he was yearbook editor and while at Sam Houston, Smith had a poetry column in the school newspaper.  He was President of the National Honor Society and worked as literary editor for the SHSTC Alcalde.  He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Sam Houston State Teacher’s College and went on to earn his Master of Arts from Columbia University in New York.  Smith then attended the University of Texas in Austin where he was awarded his Ph.D. and worked as an instructor. Smith also spent a summer at the University of Michigan and the Sorbonne in Paris. Early in his life, John Warren Smith had the desire to write a family history that would include some of the stories and accounts he had always heard.

After receiving his education, John Warren Smith taught English and American Literature in Ft. Worth at Texas Christian University for fifteen years.  He was appointed Acting Dean of the College of Arts/Sciences and co-authored Patterns for Prose Writing while at Texas Christian University.  Smith went on to teach for 20 years at West Texas State University then moved to Houston where he continued to research his Walker County heritage.  As he discovered his unique and interesting family history, Smith began his decade long work on No Holier Spot of Ground.

In 2004 No Holier Spot of Ground was published by Sam Houston State University’s Texas Review Press.  The novel takes place on family land from the early 1830s to 1869 and concentrates largely on John Stephen Smith as well as his extended family at his plantation near Huntsville.  No Holier Spot of Ground gives a glimpse of the Civil War’s impact on early Texas settlers and of the Smith family land alongside the Trinity River near “Old Cincinnati”, now a ghost town.

John Warren Smith now lives in Houston, Texas close to his two sons and has published several other books.

Subject/Index Terms

Cincinnati (Tex.)
Confederate States of America - Army - Texas Brigade
Ghost towns - Texas
Plantation life - Texas
Polk County (Tex.)
Slavery - Texas
Smith, John Warren, 1928-
Steamboats - Texas
Trinity River (Tex.) - Description and travel
Walker County (Tex.)
Yellow fever - Texas

Administrative Information

Repository: SHSU Special Collections & University Archives

Access Restrictions: Some materials in this collection are restricted due to personal content. Restrictions are noted at the file level.

Use Restrictions:

The materials represented in this finding aid have been made available for research, teaching and private use. For these purposes, you may reproduce (print, make photocopies, or download) these items without prior permission on the condition that you provide proper attribution of the source in all copies.

Please contact the Newton Gresham Library's Special Collections and University Archives department to request permissions to reproduce materials for any other purpose, or to obtain information regarding the copyright status of a particular digital image, text, audio or video recording.

Preferred Citation: John Warren Smith Papers. Thomason Special Collections, Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas.


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: P.H. Fullenwider Biographical Information, 1860, 1998; no dateAdd to your cart.
Contains 1860 Walker Co. census information, Fullenwider family records, and county probate records.  Reference to Rev. Peter H. Fullenwider's organization of the First
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 2: Creath Family Probate Records, 1836, 1849, 1856Add to your cart.
Estate of Francis A. Creath deed by JWD Creath
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Folder 3: Almanzon Huston Biographical Information, 1997, 2005; no dateAdd to your cart.
Articles and correspondence concerning Almanzon Huston.  Portrait of Almanzon Houston
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Folder 4: J.C. Dunlap County Deed Records, 1856Add to your cart.
Walker Co. Deed records and case notes
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Folder 5: Keeble Family County Deed Records and Biographical Information, 1847, 1999, 2002; no dateAdd to your cart.
Correspondence, information, and Walker Co. Deed Records concerning the Keeble family
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 6: Mae Wynne McFarland notes on Walker County, 1871Add to your cart.
Concerning martial law in Walker Co. after the Civil War.  Material copied from McFarland Papers located in SHSU University Archives.  Reference to I.B. McFarland
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 7: James M. Alexander Journal and Biographical Information, 1859-1860, 1953; no dateAdd to your cart.
Journal, photocopied newspaper articles, and biographical information concerning James M. Alexander
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Folder 8: Paul Mensfelder Huntsville Merchant Price List, 1851Add to your cart.
Handwritten price list of merchandise sold at a general store
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Folder 9: Publications on Phrenology, no dateAdd to your cart.
Handwritten notes on publications about Phrenology
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Folder 10: Steamboat Anchor Subsidy, 1837 May 31Add to your cart.
Photocopies of County Records
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 11: Articles by Greg Smith, 1989, 1991,  no dateAdd to your cart.
"The Yellow Girl Emily Morgan: Harlot or Spy at the Battle of San Jacinto" and "Old Cincinnati - Trinity River Ghost Town Revisited"
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 12: Historic Huntsville Item Newspaper Articles, 1858-1902Add to your cart.
Photocopies of Huntsville Newspaper Articles
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Folder 13: Early Texas Newspaper Articles, 1845-2002Add to your cart.
Copies of early articles
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Folder 14: Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center Material, 1865, 1963, 1986, no dateAdd to your cart.
Texas State Genealogical Society information on Cincinnati, Ben Stuart's unpublished manuscript on Steamboats, Pictorial history of Chambers County, list of vessels lost in the Trinity River, Picture of steamboat, and copy of J.D. Martinez survey
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Folder 15: Dr. James H. Smith Biographical Information, 1956, 2001, no dateAdd to your cart.
Articles, biography, and county records concerning J.H. Smith
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Folder 16: Louis Jordy Family Information, 1854-2000; no dateAdd to your cart.
Articles, correspondence, notes, and county records concerning the Jordy family
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Folder 17: Funeral Program for Napoleon Butler, 2002 December 11Add to your cart.
Houston, Texas
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Folder 18: Miscellaneous Historic Walker County Information, 1856-2000; no dateAdd to your cart.
Contains articles, notes, and advertisements
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Folder 19: Photograph of a large bowie knife carried by George Weedon [OV], no dateAdd to your cart.
Photograph used in "No Holier Spot of Ground"
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 20: Map of Texas by David H. Burr, 1909 January 8Add to your cart.
From the Texas State Archives.  Includes correspondence
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Folder 21: "A Report on the Descendants of James Milton Alexander and Nancy Jane Allen Alexander" by Herbert Lloyd Alexander, 1964Add to your cart.
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Folder 22: Polk County materials concerning Robert Smith Sr. [1 of 3], 1860-1998; no dateAdd to your cart.
Notes, maps, articles, correspondence, and biographical information on Robert Smith Sr. and Polk County
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 23: Polk County materials concerning Robert Smith Sr. [2 of 3], 1860-1998; no dateAdd to your cart.
Notes, maps, articles, correspondence, and biographical information on Robert Smith Sr. and Polk County
Originals or Copies Note: Originals and Copy
Folder 24: Polk County materials concerning Robert Smith Sr. [3 of 3], June 1998-Feb. 2002Add to your cart.
Robert Smith Jr. and family Gravestone photographs. 21 pictures
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: District Court Records concerning Shuch v. Peliorita, 1865-1999; no dateAdd to your cart.
Handwritten notes and court records
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Folder 2: Newspaper Clippings on Old Cincinnati, 1960-1980; no dateAdd to your cart.
Articles relating to old Cincinnati
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Folder 3: Vernon Schuder's Cincinnati Story Materials, 1847-1999; no dateAdd to your cart.
photocopies of notes and articles relating to Old Cincinnati
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Folder 4: Isaac Tousey Will, 1834Add to your cart.
Walker County Probate records concerning Isaac Tousey
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 5: John Rodgers Biographical Information, 1849-2000; no dateAdd to your cart.
Notes, articles, correspondence, and county records concerning John Rodgers
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Folder 6: George Weedon Biographical Information and related County Records, 1831-2002; no dateAdd to your cart.
Notes, articles, correspondence, and county records concerning George Weedon
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Folder 7: Cush and Robert Eason Biographical Information, 1852-2000; no dateAdd to your cart.
Notes, correspondence, masonic records, early Texas Infantry records, and county records
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Folder 8: Walker County District Court materials concerning Robert E. and Cushingberry Smith, 1862-1998; no dateAdd to your cart.
County records
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Folder 9: Walker County Court Records on John Smith, 1868-2005; no dateAdd to your cart.
County records and articles relating to mental health and John Smith
Originals or Copies Note: Originals and Copy
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Walker County Court Records on the Smith family [1 of 2], 1860-2000; no dateAdd to your cart.
Deed records, notes, Smith family timeline, articles, Texas Infantry listings, and correspondence
Originals or Copies Note: Originals and Copy
Folder 2: Walker County Court Records on the Smith family [2 of 2], 1860-2000; no dateAdd to your cart.
Deed records, notes, Smith family timeline, articles, Texas Infantry listings, gravestone photographs, and correspondence
Originals or Copies Note: Originals and Copy
Folder 3: Smith Family Gravestone Photographs, 1999 March 16Add to your cart.
Two photographs and negatives
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 4: Walker County Court Records on the Peliorita Lawsuit, 1865-1998; no dateAdd to your cart.
Deed records and notes
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Folder 5: Walker County Court Records and Biographical Information on Thomas Stevens, 1834-2004; no dateAdd to your cart.
Daughters of the American Revolution Information on Tola Underwood, "Crucify Me!" by Angela Morgan, The First Census of the State of Texas, Property Maps, Correspondence, County records, and Various articles
Originals or Copies Note: Copies and Originals
Folder 6: Walker County Court Records and Information concerning George S. Hunter, 1837-1998; no dateAdd to your cart.
County deed records, articles, correspondence, and information on Freemasons, Hunter family records, Emigrants from England listing, 1840 census, proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Texas
Originals or Copies Note: Copies and Originals
Folder 7: Walker County Court Records and Information concerning Captain Jim Hunter [1 of 2], 1850-2002; no dateAdd to your cart.
Newspaper articles [OV], military records and biographical information on Jim Hunter, Confederate Veteran Magazine articles, articles on Hood's Texas Brigade, correspondence and information from the Texas Ranger Museum, articles on Texas military and confederate history, and county records
Originals or Copies Note: Copies and Originals
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Walker County Court Records and Information concerning Captain Jim Hunter [2 of 2], 1850-2002; no dateAdd to your cart.
Newspaper articles, military records and biographical information on Jim Hunter, Confederate Veteran Magazine articles, articles on Hood's Texas Brigade, correspondence and information from the Texas Ranger Museum, articles on Texas military and confederate history, and county records
Originals or Copies Note: Copies and Originals
Folder 2: Walker County Court Records and Information concerning John Stephen Smith, 1834-1995; no dateAdd to your cart.
Walker county deed records, building sketches and floor plans, land tracts, notes, correspondence, and biographical information concerning John Stephen Smith
Originals or Copies Note: Copies and Originals
Folder 3: Walker County Court Records concerning John S. Smith, 1845-1998; no dateAdd to your cart.
(Packet S, cause 395) Walker Co. deed records, Walker Co. probate records, biographical information on John Smith and family, articles, and notes
Originals or Copies Note: Copies and Originals
Folder 4: Trinity River Steamboats and the Jean Epperson Collection, 1859-1984; no dateAdd to your cart.
Listing of vessels that were lost on the Trinity River, "East Texas Riverboat Era and Its Decline" by Edna McDaniel White, "A Short History of the Sidewheel Packet A. S. Ruthven" by Andrew W. Hall, and various other articles on steamboats
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 5: Citizens of Old Cincinnati [1 of 2], 1848-2006; no dateAdd to your cart.
Walker county deed records, district court civil minutes, notes, correspondence, index of people involved with Cincinnati, and newspaper articles
Originals or Copies Note: Originals and Copy
Folder 6: Citizens of Old Cincinnati [2 of 2], 1848-2006; no dateAdd to your cart.
Walker county deed records, district court civil minutes, notes, correspondence, index of people involved with Cincinnati, and newspaper articles
Originals or Copies Note: Originals and Copy
Folder 7: Walker County Slaves, 1850-1999; no dateAdd to your cart.
Walker county deed records, notes, Notary Public's official recordings in early Walker County, Will of Pleasant Gray, 1860 slave schedule, and materials from the Center of American History of UT Austin
Originals or Copies Note: Originals and Copy
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Walker County Yellow Fever, 1854-1999; no dateAdd to your cart.
Notes, Disease definitions, glossary of medical terms, articles on yellow fever, and Walker County probate records
Originals or Copies Note: Original and Copy
Folder 2: "No Holier Spot of Ground" Manuscript and Notes [1 of 5], 2004Add to your cart.
Tentative Table of Contents and Notes
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Folder 3: "No Holier Spot of Ground" Manuscript and Notes [2 of 5], 2004Add to your cart.
Chapters 1-28
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Folder 4: "No Holier Spot of Ground" Manuscript and Notes [3 of 5], 2004Add to your cart.
Chapters 29-55
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Folder 5: "No Holier Spot of Ground" Manuscript and Notes [4 of 5], 2004Add to your cart.
Chapters 56-80
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Folder 6: "No Holier Spot of Ground" Manuscript and Notes [5 of 5], 2004Add to your cart.
Chapters 81-99 and notes
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Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Photocopied Walker County District Court Records [1 of 2], 1858-1871; no dateAdd to your cart.
Photocopied Walker County Court records use for writing "No Holier Spot of Ground"
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 2: Photocopied Walker County District Court Records [2 of 2], 1857-2005; no dateAdd to your cart.
Photocopied Walker County Court records use for writing "No Holier Spot of Ground"
Originals or Copies Note: Copies
Folder 3: Allen T. Smith Correspondence and Information, 1994 December 10Add to your cart.
Originals or Copies Note: Original and Copy
Folder 4: "Last of His Kind " by Steve Brewer [OV], 1998 July 30Add to your cart.
Huntsville Item article on Willie Smith.  Includes a copy
Originals or Copies Note: Original and Copy
Folder 5: "Ground tells epic tale of Walker County" by Matthew Jackson [OV], 2009 February 22Add to your cart.
Two copies of a Huntsville Item article on John Warren Smith and the publication of "No Holier Spot of Ground"
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 6: "New 'non-fiction novel' relives Walker County's History" by Leslie Howland, 2005 January 25Add to your cart.
Huntsville Item article on John Warren Smith
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Folder 7: "A Novel Idea" by Kelly Prew, no dateAdd to your cart.
Photocopied newspaper article on John Warren Smith and "No Holier Spot of Ground"
Originals or Copies Note: Copy
Folder 8: Newspaper clipping on Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Smith, 1975 August 31Add to your cart.
Photograph from Huntsville Item concerning Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Smith of Huntsville
Originals or Copies Note: Original and Copy
Folder 9: Huntsville Item Obituaries, 1997-2005Add to your cart.
Joseph Marcus Smith, Judge Robert Lee Bunting, Jr., Suzanne Davis Gillespie, Dan Smith Davis,  and George Winston Smith
Originals or Copies Note: Original and Copy
Folder 10: Crossroads and Contact Zone: American Studies Association of Texas 48th Annual Meeting, 2004 November 20Add to your cart.
Panel Schedule for meeting.  Includes newspaper article concerning John Warren Smith's "Problems of converting Family History to Story" speech.
Originals or Copies Note: Original and Copy
Folder 11: John Warren Smith, Paul Culp Photographs and correspondence, 2005 January 1Add to your cart.
Photographs on Paul Culp, John Warren Smith, and Smith descendant at the Alamo.  Includes small note from John Warren Smith to Paul Culp
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Folder 12: John Warren Smith, Paul Culp Correspondence, 2005-2009Add to your cart.
Correspondence between Paul Culp and John Warren Smith. Includes correspondence and articles on Boyce Smith and the Smith Family
Originals or Copies Note: Copy
Folder 13: Map of Trinity River and Surrounding area [OV], no dateAdd to your cart.
Originals or Copies Note: Copy
Folder 14: Bookseller's Description of "No Holier Spot of Ground", no dateAdd to your cart.
3 copies
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Folder 15: Poem "Lady on the Hill" by John Warren Smith, no dateAdd to your cart.
Originals or Copies Note: Copy
Folder 16: War Ration Book, 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
WWII war ration book no. 2, no stamps
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 17: War Ration Book with Envelope and Token, 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
WWII war ration book no. 3 with stamps and token, includes envelope.
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 18: War Ration Book and Cover, 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
WWII war ration book no. 4 with stamps and Douglas M'Arthur cover.
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 19: Souvenir de Brest postcard book, no dateAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
24 postcards. French
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 20: Boyce Smith Diary, circa 1919Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Small pock sized diary, includes several pictures
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 21: World War II USO Guest Book [OV], 1943Add to your cart.
One of the guest books kept at USO on Huntsville downtown square during WWII.  Book belonged to Mary Traylor who worked as hostess of USO.
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Huntsville Alien Internment Camp Ledgers [R], 1943-1944Add to your cart.
Ledgers from the medical department of the Huntsville Prisoner of War Camp.  ***These ledgers are restricted from public access until 2030***
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 2: Huntsville Alien Internment Camp Ledgers [R], 1943-1944Add to your cart.
Ledgers from the medical department of the Huntsville Prisoner of War Camp.  ***These ledgers are restricted from public access until 2030***
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 3: Huntsville Alien Internment Camp Ledgers [R], 1943-1944Add to your cart.
Ledgers from the medical department of the Huntsville Prisoner of War Camp.  ***These ledgers are restricted from public access until 2030***
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 4: William Bradley Smith Personal Ledger [R], 1948-1960Add to your cart.
Bookkeeping ledger of William Bradley Smith.  ***These ledgers are restricted from public access until 2030***
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 5: Letter Detailing Collection Provenance, 2008 September 1Add to your cart.
Letter from John Warren Smith
Originals or Copies Note: Copy
Series 2Add to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Boyce Smith Diploma, 1930 August 29Add to your cart.
The University of Texas, Master of Arts Degree
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Folder 2: Boyce Smith Certificate, 1919 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Service Certificate United States Marine Corps
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Folder 3: United States Marine Corps Poster, circa 1919Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Writing in French
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Folder 4: English translation of United States Marine Corps Poster, circa 1919Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
English translation of French poster
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 5: Boyce Smith Honorable Discharge USMC, 1919 August 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
United States Marine Corps
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Folder 6: Boyce Smith SHNI Certificate, 1922 August 15Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Teachers Permanent High School Certificate, Bachelor of Science
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 7: U.S. Marine Correspondence, no dateAdd to your cart.
Transmission concerning copies of Citations of Marines in France
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 8: Boyce Smith Teacher Temporary Certificate, 1920 August 3Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The Department of Education, State of Texas
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Folder 9: Boyce Smith SHNI Diploma, 1924 June 6Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
SHNI Diploma
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 10: Application for Membership in American Legion Auxiliary, no dateAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Lilah Smith of Walker County.  Back of document has handwritten service record for Boyce Smith
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 11: Boyce Smith SHNI Bachelor of Science Diploma, 1922 August 25Add to your cart.
Diploma is framed and on the partition wall in Thomason Room
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 12: Mary E. Traylor SHNI Diploma, 1922 June 5Add to your cart.
Diploma is framed and on the partition wall in Thomason Room
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder 13: Documents concerning land belonging to Joseph Utz, 1861Add to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder Item 1: Class of '21 Diploma Scroll Holder, 1921Add to your cart.
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Folder Item 2: Class of '22 Diploma Scroll Holder, 1922Add to your cart.
Originals or Copies Note: Original
Folder Item 3: Envelope from J.W. Thomason to Boyce Smith, 1924 June 17Add to your cart.
Envelope attached to cardboard tube
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Folder Item 4: Envelope from The University of Texas to Boyce Smith, 1930 November 18Add to your cart.
Envelope attached to cardboard tube
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Box 3Add to your cart.
Item 1: Alcalde, 1910Add to your cart.
Item 2: Alcalde, 1918Add to your cart.
Item 3: Alcalde, 1920Add to your cart.
Item 4: Alcalde, 1924Add to your cart.
Item 5: Alcalde, 1925Add to your cart.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Item 1: Alcalde, 1926Add to your cart.
Item 2: Alcalde, 1929Add to your cart.
Item 3: Alcalde, 1930Add to your cart.
Item 4: Alcalde, 1931Add to your cart.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Item 1: Alcalde, 1932Add to your cart.
Item 2: Alcalde, 1936Add to your cart.

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