Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Contains materials related to Archie Gress and his wife Joan Penzenstadler’s service organization involvement and their advocacy efforts. The materials include correspondence, programs, presentations, reports, and publications.
The Bishop Vincent M. Harris papers encompass the personal life, priestly and episcopal career of Harris, the first Bishop of the Diocese of Beaumont and second Bishop of the Diocese of Austin.
Financial documentation, correspondence, minutes, printed material, programs, scrapbooks, clippings, and photographs, created, collected, and maintained by the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, document the organization's activities: administrative, charitable, and social, at the local, state, and national levels.
The Joan E. Penzenstadler photograph collection documents the organizations and events of the Catholic Church in Texas.
Thirty-four newspaper articles, collected and presented to the State Deputy of the Texas Knights of Columbus by St. Edward's Council # 2559 as part of its entry in the 1931 contest for the Daliet Historical Trophy.
Land concession for five sitios in the Department of Texas to Alejandro de la Garza, Legajo 24, Expediente 3, 1830
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.