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The collected papers of Sister M. Agatha Sheehan (1899-1967), author of books about Texas literature and history; teacher and librarian at the Incarnate Word College in Houston, as well as other Texas colleges.
Creative works, photographs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings document the life and work of Sister Mary Claude Lane, O.P.
Artificial collection created by the Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission (TKCHC), Reverend Dr. Paul J. Foik, chairman, for the preservation of Texas Catholic history and for the writing of Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, Dr. Carlos E. Castañeda, historiographer.
Publications, photographs, and site reports of Franciscan missions in Texas and Louisiana comprise the Spanish Missions collection.
The St. Mary's Seminary collection includes photographs, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks of the seminary collected by students and the Catholic Archives of Texas.
An artificial collection of Catholic diocesan newspaper clippings and publications about the 1966 Starr County Farmworkers Strike and march to the state capitol.
The Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission (TKCHC) was established in 1923, to gather materials for and conduct the writing of the history of Catholicism in Texas. Records include correspondence, research notes, manuscripts, reports, minutes, and photographs.
Collection of published materials from the United States Conference of Bishops.