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Philip Smith Hale Papers, 1836, 1855. 2 items.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
Correspondence of Philip Smith Hale concerning a description of the Texas Revolution by a member of Houston's army; a description of West Texas. Papers related to military affairs.

Julia Elizabeth Nunn Hardy Papers, 1814–1912. 3 in.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The Hardy Papers are comprised of correspondence, diaries, financial and legal records, and genealogical material relating to Thomas Nunn primarily. Subjects also covered in the papers include land transactions, crop production, business affairs, and family history in Texas.

Sam Houston Hearne Collection, 1820–1929. 11 in.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
Great-grandson of Sam Houston, Sam Houston Hearne's collection is comprised primarily of Houston family correspondence, letters sent and received by Houston during and directly after the Texas Revolution and during his Texas presidency, and correspondence between Houston and Guy M. Bryan concerning Stephen F. Austin.
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William N. Henson Family Papers, 1825–1895. 167 items.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The papers contain correspondence, legal documents, tax receipts, financial records, and literary productions relating to family matters, including crop prospects and illness within the family; military affairs, including the organization of Rusk County; troops for service in Mexican War; and production of California gold fields.

Mary Austin Holley Papers, 1784–1846. 1 ft. 3 in.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
These papers contain correspondence, diary, notes, and literary productions relating to Mary Austin Holley's life in Connecticut, Louisiana, Kentucky, and Texas, and the history of Texas. Also included is the last will and testament of Stephen F. Austin.
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