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John Joseph Linn Papers, 1833–1941. 4 ft.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
Correspondence, surveys, deeds, receipts, contracts for purchase of slaves, legislation, printed material, creative works, election certificates, and speeches, were created and maintained by several generations of the Linn family. John Joseph Linn's letter describing the battle of San Jacinto (April 1836) is included. The activities of John J. Linn as alcalde or mayor of Victoria, Texas, are chronicled, as is the multi-faceted political career of one of his sons-Edward Daniel Linn. E. D. Linn served in elected and appointed federal positions before his election to the Texas House and Texas Senate.

Map Collection, 1513–present. 35,000 items
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The collection depicts many geographic areas throughout the world, but their special strengths relate to Texas, the U.S. South, the U.S. Southwest, and Mexico.

Maverick Family Papers, 1660–1938. approx. 6 ft.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The Maverick Family Papers document the land and real estate transactions of the Maverick family, from Samuel Maverick's land holdings in South Carolina through the administration of the estate of Mary Adams Maverick, sole heir of Samuel Augustus Maverick. The papers consist of account papers, bonds, certificates, correspondence, court records, deeds, diaries, diplomas, estate records, land books, leases, legal proceedings, letterpresses, licenses, literary productions, memoirs, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, notes, plat maps, receipts, reminiscences, sketches, survey notes, tax sales lists, titles, and title abstracts.
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