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    • Old San Antonio

    • Lewis Mill (San Antonio, Tex.); Mills - San Antonio (Tex.); Fords (Stream crossings) - San Antonio River (Tex.)
    • Photograph shows oil painting, by Hermann Lungkwitz, of the San Antonio River looking downstream towards Mill Crossing. Nat Lewis Grist Mill on far right, bell tower of San Fernando Church in distance on left.
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    • Initial excavation of grist mill, Mission San Jose, 1933

    • San Antonio Conservation Society. ; Central Relief Committee. ; Architecture - Conservation and restoration. ; Archaeology. ; Depressions. ; Grist mills. ; Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo (San Antonio, Tex.)
    • Photographs show workers excavating around stone foundations of structure later determined to be the grist mill. Ruins located a short distance from north wall of mission complex. Granary in distance at upper left. Views looking west.
    • San Antonio Light Photograph collection, MS 359, University of Texas San Antonio Libraries Special Collections from the Institute of Texan Cultures
    • Initial excavation of grist mill, Mission San Jose, 1933

    • San Antonio Conservation Society. ; Central Relief Committee. ; Architecture - Conservation and restoration. ; Archaeology. ; Depressions. ; Grist mills. ; Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo (San Antonio, Tex.)
    • Photographs show workers excavating around stone foundations of structure later determined to be the grist mill. Ruins located a short distance from north wall of mission complex. Granary in distance at upper left. Views looking west.
    • San Antonio Light Photograph collection, MS 359, University of Texas San Antonio Libraries Special Collections from the Institute of Texan Cultures
    • Czech Texans

    • Czech Americans -- Texas -- Biography. Texas -- Biography.
    • Part of the Institute of Texan Cultures' The Texians and the Texans series.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00234/utsa-00234.html
    • WomanSpace, September 1994

    • Lesbians--Texas--San Antonio.; Women artists.; Women--Social networks--Texas--San Antonio.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Women's periodicals.
    • First published as the Women's Community Journal in February 1986, WomanSpace was the longest continuously published women's community newsletter in San Antonio.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00028/utsa-00028.html
    • Interview with Baker Denman and Ross Pantalion, 1985.

    • Flour mills; corn meal.
    • Oral History Office, University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio.. Nacogdoches County residents Baker Denman and Ross Pantalion operated a grist mill at the Texas Folklife Festival, grinding corn as had been done for decades in...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Sombrilla

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Sombrilla Magazine is published three times a year by the Office of University Publications. It is mailed without charge to alumni, faculty, staff and friends of The University of Texas at San Antonio.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • Irish Texans

    • Irish Americans -- Texas -- History.; Texas -- History.
    • A history of the early Irish settlers in Texas.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00123/utsa-00123.html
    • Interview with Thomas Earl and Iola Gentry, 1986.

    • Conroe (Tex.); Nutter, Cedric N.
    • With family history reaching to the Texas Revolution, Thomas Earl and Iola Gentry relate familial sagas that parallel Texas' progress through the 19th and 20th centuries.The long-time Conroe residents also recall that community's development as an...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Matt Pantalion, 1988.

    • Nacogdoches (Tex.); Farm life--Texas
    • Matt Pantalion, his wife and son, Bobby, relate stories of their Spanish immigrant family, farm life and culture in Nacogdoches during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection

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