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New Finding Aids Online Through TARO, February-March 2011

April 12, 2011

Finding aids for the archival collections listed below have been encoded and recently published online through Texas Archival Resources Online (TARO). The DRT Library has now encoded 100 legacy finding aids, or approximately one-fourth of the total number, and made them available online through the TARO website.

Dickinson Family Papers, circa 1850-circa 1883

William E. Howard Papers, 1910-1947

Matthey Family Papers, 1843-1926

Menger Hotel (San Antonio, Tex.) Register, 1874

Mewhinney Family Letters, 1847-1852

Ann McFadin Miller Papers, 1871-1982

Money Collection, 1773-2004

Alexander Moore Papers, 1876-1898

Muegge and Callaghan Families Papers, 1860-1978

Theodore G. Muegge Financial Records, 1897 and 1930

San Antonio Guidebook Collection, 1890-circa 1979

San Antonio Historical Association Records, 1940-1985

San Antonio Self Culture Club Records, 1900-1975

Mardith Schuetz-Miller Papers, 1954-1983

Julia Smith Papers, 1965-1967

Andrew Jackson Sowell Family Papers, circa 1880-circa 1954 [NEW COLLECTION]

Sports Card Album, circa 1880-circa 1920 (bulk 1909-1913)

Sultanas de Bejar (San Antonio, Tex.) Records, 1976-2009

Finding aids for all processed archival collections can also be located and searched through the DRT Library’s online catalog or by using its browse by title and browse by subject webpages.

For more information about the DRT Library’s ongoing project to convert legacy finding aids, see this entry posted earlier at “Inside the Gates.”

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