Skip to main content

Add or remove other collections to your search:



Narrow your search by:



You've searched: All Collections

  • All fields: German Americans.
(915 results)



Display: 20

    • Interview with Margaret N. Williams, 1979

    • Williams, Margaret N.; Crystal City Internment Camp (Crystal City, Tex.).; Japanese Americans.; German Americans.
    • Crystal City, Texas One of first to start work at the Crystal City Internment Camp, Margaret Williams describes physical features and employees of the camp which opened in October of 1942 with German and Japanese famillies arriving the following ...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Men skinning beef carcass on the Wilhelm Ranch, Menard County, Texas

    • Wilhelm Ranch (Menard County, Tex.); German Americans.; Slaughtering and slaughterhouses.; Ranches - Menard County (Tex.); Shepherds - Menard County (Tex.); Cowboys - Menard County (Tex.); German Americans.; Mexican Americans.
    • Photograph shows Fritz Wilhelm (left) holding one side of the skin. Nearby is Stefan de los Santos ( looking at camera on right), the ranch sheep boss.
    •  
    • Carl Brockmann

    • German Americans.; Merchants - Fredericksburg (Tex.); German Americans.
    • Photograph shows studio portrait of Carl Brockmann.
    •  
    • Fritz Wilhelm butchering a beef on the Wilhelm Ranch, Menard County, Texas

    • German Americans.; Slaughtering and slaughterhouses - Menard County (Tex.); Ranches - Menard County (Tex.); Shepherds.; Cowboys.; German Americans.; Mexican Americans.; Wilhelm Ranch (Menard County, Tex.)
    • Photograph shows Fritz Wilhelm (left) at work. Standing nearby is Stefan de los Santos ( far right), the ranch sheep boss.
    •  
    • Cigar manufacturing notice for Charles H. Schiege, Jr.

    • German Americans.; Notice (Law); Cigar industry.
    • Photograph shows a cigar manufacturing notice that reads: "Charles H. Schiege, Jr., Round Top. NOTICE: The Manufacturer of the Cigars herein contained has complied with all the requirements of the law. Every person is cautioned, not to use either...
    •  
    • Cigar manufacture notice for Charles H. Schiege Jr.

    • German Americans.; Notice (Law); Cigar industry.
    • Photograph shows a cigar manufacturing notice for Charles H. Schiege, Jr. Notice reads: "Charles H. Schiege, Jr., Round Top. NOTICE: The Manufacturer of the Cigars herein contained has complied with all the requirements of the law. Every person...
    •  
    • Group at picnic in San Antonio, Texas.

    • German Americans.
      Picnicking.
    • Photograph shows group--some seated, others kneeling on ground. Some identified with numbers: 1. Albert F. Beckmann; 2. Mary Guenther; 3. Amanda Wagner; 4. Adolph Wagner; and 5. Tillie Guenther.
    •  
    • Charles Henry Nimitz, Sr.

    • German Americans.
    • Photograph shows bust portrait (carte-de-visite) of Charles Henry Nimitz, Sr., Fredericksburg, Texas, hotelier, organizer of the Gillespie Rifles during the Civil War, and grandfather of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.
    •  
    • Dr. John Herff, Sr.

    • German Americans.
      Physicians.
    • Photograph shows studio bust portrait of Dr. John Herff, Sr., husband of Eda Kampmann Herff and a surgeon in San Antonio, Texas.
    •  
    • Adolf Herff, Jr.

    • German Americans.
      Muscles.
      Physical fitness.
    • Photograph shows Adolf Herff, Jr. grandson of Ferdinand Ludwig Herff, without a shirt, looking at flexed muscle on his right arm.
    •  
    • Mrs. George Wahrmund's millinery and dressmaking shop, Fredericksburg, Tex.

    • German Americans.; Millinery.; Dressmakers - Fredericksburg (Tex.); Stores & shops - Fredericksburg (Tex.)
    • Photograph shows women and children standing in front of the two-story building on San Saba Street. The sign shows'' Mrs. Geo. Wahrmund / Millinary [sic{rcub} Dressmaking.'' Living quarters for the Wahrmund family on second story. George and Elise...
    •  
    • Advertisement for H. L. Levy's Eureka Cigar Store in Austin, Texas

    • Eureka Cigar Store (Austin, Tex.); German Americans.; Cigar industry.; German language.; Newspapers.; Advertisements.
    • Photograph shows advertisement, in German language newspaper, with illustration of an Indian smoking a long stem pipe while lying on a large cigar.
    •  
    • Carl G. von Iwonski

    • Iwonski, Carl G. von, 1830-1922.; Artists.; German Americans.; Immigrants, German.
    • Photograph shows German-Texas artist Carl G. von Iwonski.
    •  

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK