This collection consists of files on events held at Laurie Auditorium. Files include planning and promotion documentation. One box contains technical information on the operation of the auditorium.
Volume 2, issue number 3 (March 1982) of "Artists' Alliance Revue: Magazine of the San Antonio Arts Scene." Includes coverage of James Sicner's "Man's Evolving Images" mural located in Coates Library.
This collection contains material from the former director of public relations, Leon “Tex” Taylor Taylor. The collection includes correspondence, biographical files, development department files, samples of print media, various articles about Trinity University, and assorted event files spanning Taylor’s tenure at Trinity University from 1947 to 1987.Sans titre
This collection consists of material from Susan Russell Marcus representing her involvement with the Learning About Learning Foundation, the creation of the New World Kids summer arts camp at the Aldrich Contemporary Arts Museum, the New World Kids book series, and interview footage of Paul Baker, as well as other projects she contributed to.
Collection of exhibition catalogues assembled by William Spurlock, representing work from his time as Director of University Art Galleries at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and Curator of Exhibitions and Contemporary Art at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in California. All of the catalogues are signed by Spurlock, and inscribed to Trinity University.Sans titre
Typescript manuscript of Jesse Sumpter's memoir, as dictated to Harry Warren. The memoir describes Sumpter's experiences in the Mexican War, and as one of the first settlers of Eagle Pass, Texas. Warren was an amateur historian, and deposited copies of the manuscript at several libraries, including the University of Texas in Austin. The memoir was edited and annotated by Ben E. Pingenot for the Encino Press in 1969, and published under the title "Paso Del Aguila: a Chronicle of Frontier Days on the Texas Border."
This collection consists of architectural sets, plans, drawings, and concepts of various campus buildings. The collection is limited to Trinity's Skyline campus.Sans titre
Two copies of a 1963-1964 booklet for the South San Antonio chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star.
Collection of newspaper issues from various publishers, focused on North American indigenous issues.Sans titre
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.Sans titre
This collection consists of planning documentation, proceedings, and recordings of the two Earl M. Lewis Symposium on Urban Affairs held at Trinity University in 2004 and 2005. The symposiums were planned and carried out by the Director of the Urban Affairs program, Char Miller, with the assistance of Trinity University trustee and alum Walter Huntley. The first symposium was titled The City: Past, Present and Future which focused on San Antonio. The second symposium was titled A Tale of Two Cities: Atlanta and San Antonio. The symposium was named in honor of Earl M. Lewis, Professor Emeritus at Trinity. Lewis was the founding director of the graduate program in 1968. He was appointed George W. Brackenridge Distinguished Professor of Urban Studies in 1982. Lewis retired from Trinity University in 1990.Sans titre
The collection consists of administrative files regarding media relations of the center, with a funding prospectus and two annual reports. Additionally there are several published reports produced by the center.Sans titre
Collection of primary source materials related to the 1921 flood in San Antonio, Texas, assembled by historian Dr. Char Miller.Sans titre
Material related to the Palo Duro Union Presbytery assembled by Reverend Robert D. Nicholson.Sans titre
The collection contains the papers of Victor Alessandro, conductor of the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra, including documents related to musical performances, records from the library of the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra, music-related ephemera, clippings related to the San Antonio Symphony, and scores and sheet music with significant annotation by Alessandro. Series 1 contains documents related to musical performances, including notes, correspondence, photographs, blueprints, clippings, and sheet music. Series 2 contains records from the San Antonio Symphony's library, including inventories and annual reports from the librarian. Series 3 contains clippings and ephemera related to the Symphony. Series 4 consists of scores and sheet music with significant annotation by Alessandro.Sans titre
This collection consists of original sketches, prints, and negatives of commissioned campus artwork by Jean Rosow.Sans titre
Artificial collection of rare and distinctive maps in Coates Library Special Collections and Archives. Contains thirty-eight maps, with subjects ranging from cities to the world.Sans titre
The Malcolm Lowry Collection contains all books by Lowry in all their hardcover and paperback editions available as of 1983. Nearly all Lowry contributions to both books and periodicals are included as well. Numerous translations of the works into other languages are part of the collection. Books about Lowry, books in which he is mentioned, and other books relating to him, notably those of Conrad Aiken, are included. This finding aid describes the non-book materials in the collection that are not listed in the library catalog.Sans titre
The Fay Sinkin Collection contains records relating to the activities of the Aquifer Protection Association (APA) during the 1970’s. Formed in 1974 by Fay Sinkin at the request of the San Antonio League of Women Voters, the APA drew public attention to the aquifer and developed support for the purchase of sensitive areas in the aquifer recharge zone. The APA was instrumental in promoting both short and long range policies and planning, particularly in regard to zoning, that focused on aquifer protection as the City of San Antonio rapidly grew northward.Sans titre