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US TxSaT SC.023 · Collection · 1921

Collection of primary source materials related to the 1921 flood in San Antonio, Texas, assembled by historian Dr. Char Miller.

Miller, Char, 1951-
Alumni Relations
US TxSaTua UA0070 · Collection
Alumni Relations and Development
AOT Collection
US TxSaTua UA0355 - Restricted · Collection
US TxSaT SC.029 · Collection · 1857-1897, n.d.

This collection consists of correspondence written or received by members of the Armstrong family and their associates. Some of the manuscripts are incomplete, with pages missing. Included are letters from Mary J. Durst, Mary Helena "Mollie" Durst Armstrong, and D.W.C. Baker. One letter's author is unidentified.

Armstrong Family
US TxSaTua UA0075 · Collection · 1875-

This collection consists of assorted university related publications such as newsletters, literary magazines, and newspapers.

Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.)
B.E. Looney Collection
US TxSaTua UA0317 · Collection · 1870s-1966

This collection consists of correspondence from Looney with Alumni Affairs and the President's Office. Also included are Trinity related items from a small scrapbook and folder of miscellaneous items. This is an artificial collection of correspondence and items were pulled together as an individual collection. Correspondence regards his gift of presidential portraits, gifts to the library, and dealings with the alumni office.

Looney, B.E.
US TxSaTua UA0002 · Collection · 1877-1915

This collection contains correspondence with Benjamin Gilbert McLeskey, as well as Ella and Minnie McLeskey. Also included are documents from Trinity University from when McLeskey was president. The collection is completed by B.G. McLeskey's personal bible.

McLeskey, Benjamin Gilbert, 1834-1885
US TxSaTua UA0147 · Collection · 1963 - 1985

The Bill Bristow Art Department Files include correspondence, records, scrapbooks, and photographs from Bristow's tenure as Art Department Chair, spanning from 1963-1985. The bulk of this collection dates to the 1960s and 1970s.

Bristow, Bill, 1937 -
US TxSaT SC.032 · Collection · 1938-1980

Collection of playbills and theater programs collected by Bill Case and Ann Walker of San Antonio. A majority of the collection comes from productions staged in New York City; some items represent productions in San Antonio, Chicago, and London.

Case, Bill (1905-2000)
US TxSaTua UA0100 · Collection · 1948 - 2010

This collection consists of office files of registered student organizations, events, and inter-office information. Student organizations files vary in content, but contain documentation like rosters, constitutions, flyers, and correspondence.

Office of Campus and Community Involvement
Carl F. Parker Papers
US TxSaTua UA0015 · Collection · 1980

This collection consists of documents pertaining to Parker's family and career as a university administrator and vice president of the Texas Association of Developing Colleges.

Parker, Carl F.
US TxSaTua UA0142 · Collection · 1930-2009

The personal papers of Dr. Franklin Lubbock (Char) Miller IV document his tenure at Trinity University (1981-2009), academic research, publications and personal life. The material dates largely from 1930-2009, predominately focused on Dr. Miller’s time at Trinity. Any material prior to 1930 is related to Dr. Miller’s research materials. The collection includes the personal papers of Dr. Miller’s father, Frank L. Miller III; Dr. Miller’s personal correspondence commencing in the 1950s; Miller family genealogical research; copies of the articles, essays and reviews written by Dr. Miller; manuscripts and publications to which Dr. Miller contributed; conferences he attended and his teaching materials; as well as miscellaneous media related to all of the above subjects.

Miller, Char, 1951-
US TxSaT SC.001 · Collection · 1890 - 2009 (predominant 1940-2008)

The personal papers of the Reverend Claude William Black, Jr. and his wife, ZerNona Stewart Black document their civil rights, community activism, and Baptist ministry activities, predominantly from the 1940s through 2008, in San Antonio, TX.

The collection spans the early 1900s through 2009 (the year of Reverend Black’s death). The bulk of the papers are relevant to Reverend Black’s activities, with approximately one-fifth related to ZerNona Black’s endeavors. Included are: audiocassettes, reel tape, videocassettes and movie film of events, sermons, and addresses; handwritten sermons and accompanying notes; annotated periodicals, including rare and specialized journals such The Crisis (NAACP), African Forum, and other African American publications; scrapbooks of memorabilia, ephemera and news clippings, about San Antonio and national events; communications with local and national leaders, including A. Philip Randolph and Martin Luther King, Jr.; photographs and slides of community and personal events; awards, certificates and governmental proclamations; appointment books and daybooks; extensive records related to activities of Mount Zion First Baptist Church and additional organizations.

Series 1: Mount Zion First Baptist Church Records, 1940-2007

The collection includes detailed records of the Mount Zion First Baptist Church kept over 50 years of Reverend Black's ministry there. These records include financial, annual meeting notes and reports, details on mission activities, event brochures, funeral programs, Sunday service pamphlets, The Messenger newsletter, scrapbooks, photographs, and published histories of the church.

Series 2: Personal and Family Records

Personal files primarily include records about family members and friends, assorted family letters and correspondences, and daily planners and notes.

Series 3: Local Government Materials

The local government records contain the campaign and city council-related materials of Reverend Black from 1965 through 1977. The overall range of materials spans 1950 through 2008, and includes documents that originate from local government offices, including the City of San Antonio and Bexar County; documents that pertain to the the years of 1973-1977, when Reverend Black served as a member of City Council, and as the city's first African American Mayor Pro Tem; documents that relate to issues of local government that originate from a variety of sources, such as neighborhood organizations and coalitions; information from individual politicians; and documents from bodies with close local government affiliation, such as the City Public Service Board. The documents reveal Reverend Black's long interaction with government as an individual and as a minister.

Series 4: Organizations

Extensive files by and about organizations reflect the Blacks' participation and interest in local and national programs. Included are the records of the Mount Zion First Baptist Church-affiliated organizations of Project F.R.E.E., Health, Inc, and New Community Builders, Inc..; records related to organizations and conferences such as the Baptist Minsters Union, San Antonio Mothers Organization, Economic Opportunities Development Corporation (EODC), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), The American Baptist Convention, and the 1966 White House civil rights conference, To Fulfill These Rights.

Series 5: Writings

The writings are primarily dated and undated sermons, sermon notes, talks and editorials by Reverend Black, with a small quantity of talks and notes by ZerNona Stewart Black.

Series 6: Correspondence and Letters

The records include extensive electronic correspondence with Morris T. Johnson from 1966 through 2007, carried out mostly via email or fax. The conversations cover issues of the day and scriptural topics, most often in the tone of lively debate. Mr. Johnson has resided in Los Angeles, California for many years, served in World War II as one of the Tuskegee Airmen, and graduated from Harvard University Law School.

The series also includes letters from Maury Maverick, Jr., Apolonio "Arnold" Flores, and extensive personal, professional and political communications.

Series 7: Printed Materials

The series includes extensive subject files that include reports, newlsetters, newsclippings from local (many documenting the Blacks' activities) and national newspapers; magazines and journals, many of which are annotated or rare; books; awards, proclamations, and certificates; and ephemera, such as local event brochures, directories, and calendars, The topics covered by the files reflect Reverend Black's research interests throughout the years: education, poverty, housing, class relations, race relations, politics and political figures, aging, the health system, the economy, jobs, homosexuality, human relationships, religion, theology, scriptural interpretation, incarceration, the death penalty, the Middle East, and the African American experience.

The newspapers included in the series are primarily local African American issues, such as the San Antonio Register, SNAP News, the San Antonio Informer, and the San Antonio Observer.

Series 8: Scrapbooks

The series includes eleven scrapbooks, the bulk of which document the local government activity and interests of Reverend Black from the 1960s to the 1970s.

Series 9: Visual Materials

The series include photographs, slides, photographic albums and scrapbooks, and guestbooks, primarily created by ZerNona Stewart Black.

Series 10: Audio Recordings

The series includes twenty-two open reel tapes of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) radio broadcast series, Martin Luther King Speaks. It also includes sermons, talks, radio talks, and church and community events and conferences recorded on open reel tape and audiocassettes, many of which include Reverend Black as a participant.

Series 11: Audiovisual Recordings

The series contains videocassettes of talks and recorded church and community events, many of which include Reverend Black as a participant. Also included are three reels of 16mm movie film (no soundtrack), in the "home movie" genre, which document the Blacks' travels through the United States, Europe, and the Middle East, as well as local family and community occasions. One movie film includes a brief appearance by the civil rights leader A. Philip Randolph.

Series 12: Computer Disks

The series includes one hundred and fifty 3.5-inch floppy disks, unprocessed; eighty 5.25-inch floppy disks, unprocessed.

Series 13: Realia

The series includes a Grundig Niki portable open reel tape recorder (two track, 3 3/4 ips recording) and assorted personal and political memorabilia.

Black, Claude W. (Claude William), 1916-2009
US TxSaT SC.058 · Collection · 1938-1940

Scrapbook of Claudius Earle Belk's first few years in military service. Includes a log of major events in his life, as well as world events, from 1938 to 1939; photographs of his family and home; photographs, postcards, and real photographic postcards of locations during his training on Parris Island and deployment on the USS Yorktown; other photographs and postcards collected by Belk, predominantly of military subjects; and two maps of his travels.

Belk, Claudius Earle
US TxSaT SC.057 · Collection · 1967-1993

Collection of newspaper issues from various publishers, focused on North American indigenous issues.

Trinity University Special Collections and Archives
US TxSaT SC.059 · Collection · 1942-1945

This collection consists of materials related to Colonel H. Haskell Ziperman's travels to Palestine while stationed in the Middle East in 1945. They include excerpts from letters to his wife; black and white photographs of Jerusalem; a copy of a typewritten guide "Iran to Palestine" written by prominent historian (and then First Lieutenant) John C. Greene; a map of Jerusalem; and informational pamphlets about Palestine.

Ziperman, H. Haskell, 1915-1987
Cynthia Herbert Papers
US TxSaTua UA0505 · Collection · 1967-2022

This collection consists of projects, publications, and curriculum that chronicle Herbert's professional career. Much of the material was written and designed in partnership with organizations such as the Learning About Learning Educational Foundation and the Texas Alliance of Education and the Arts.

Herbert, Cynthia Ridgeway
David Matias Papers
US TxSaTua UA0502 · Collection · 1979-1998

Collection contains drafts of poetry and plays written by David Matias, an alumnus of Trinity University who died of AIDS at an early age. Much of his work deals with issues of identity, coming out, and his illness. There are also three video recordings: a performance of one play, a poetry reading, and a guest lecture at a Harvard University class.

Matias, David, 1961-1996
US TxSaTua UA0466 · Records · 1960s-2010s

This collection consists of operational office files of the Department of Healthcare Administration. Syllabi, preceptors conference files, and self-study reports for accreditation largely comprises this collection. Some of the program's alumni association files, faculty meeting minutes, advisory council files, an assortment of recruiting brochures, additional data and information about the program, photographs, and other mixed media complete the collection.

Department of Healthcare Administration