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    • 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
    • WomanSpace, June 2001

    • 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.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42
    • WomanSpace, February 2000

    • 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.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42
    • Progress

    • Southwest Foundation for Research and Education (San Antonio, Tex.)--Periodicals.; Medicine--Research--Periodicals
    • This collection includes digitized publications of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute between 1953 and the present.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00315/utsa-00315.html
    • Progress

    • Southwest Foundation for Research and Education (San Antonio, Tex.)--Periodicals.; Medicine--Research--Periodicals
    • This collection includes digitized publications of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute between 1953 and the present.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00315/utsa-00315.html
    • The Calendar, June 18-July 1, 1982

    • Calendar (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Calendar was a San Antonio GLBTQ publication, which was published every other Friday. Vol. II No. 3
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • WomanSpace, November 1988

    • 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.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42
    • River City Empty Closet, March 7, 1991

    • River City Empty Closet (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Lesbians--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • River City Empty Closet, a GLBTQ periodical was published bi-weekly in San Antonio, Texas. Vol. 2 No. 4
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • Out in San Antonio, October 31, 1991

    • Out in San Antonio (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Lesbians--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Gay Liberation Movement--Periodicals.
    • Out in San Antonio, a GLBTQ periodical was published bi-weekly in San Antonio, Texas. Vol. 1 Issue 10
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • Interview with Mary Parchman, 1980.

    • Jazz musicians; Women musicians; African American musicians; Pianists
    • Biography and experiences of classically-trained jazz musician, Mary Parchman.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • The Marquise, March 25, 1993

    • Marquise (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Lesbians--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Marquise was an LGBTQ periodical published every other Thursday in San Antonio, Texas. Beginning in June 1994, publication occurred monthly. Vol. 2, No. 6
    • The Marquise Collection, MS 418
    • Seymour-Tilly-Watkins miscellaneous, 1943-1985

    • Family--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Social life and customs--20th century.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs--History.
    • Genealogy materials compiled by family members
    • Brown and Lane Family Papers
    • The Calendar, August 21, 1987

    • Calendar (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Calendar was a San Antonio GLBTQ publication, which was published every other Friday.
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • Correspondence, 1998-1999

    • Rainbow Garden Club (San Antonio, Tex.); Gardening--Texas.; Gays--Texas--Societies and clubs.
    • The Rainbow Garden Club is an LGBT organization devoted to broadening member's knowledge about plants, gardening and landscape design. The club was founded in 1996 in San Antonio, Texas.
    • Rainbow Garden Club records, MS 350
    • Pope-letters to Elise Lane Brown, 1915-1952 and undated

    • Family--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Social life and customs--20th century.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs--History.
    • Genealogy materials compiled by family members
    • Brown and Lane Family Papers
    • Tax receipts, 1910-1911

    • Business--Texas--San Antonio.; Family--Texas--San Antonio.; Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Texas--San Antonio.; Mexican Americans--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--History.; San Antonio...
    • Francisco A. Chapa legal documents
    • Francisco A. Chapa Family Papers
    • Frank L. Chapa newsclippings, 1960s-1980s

    • Business--Texas--San Antonio.; Family--Texas--San Antonio.; Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Texas--San Antonio.; Mexican Americans--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--History.; San Antonio...
    • Frank L. Chapa newsclippings
    • Francisco A. Chapa Family Papers
    • WomanSpace, April 1993

    • 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.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42
    • Snap, July 14, 1961

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection
    • The Calendar, December 25, 1984

    • Calendar (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Calendar was a San Antonio GLBTQ publication, which was published every other Friday. Vol. 5 No. 25
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • Interview with Lt. Col. James B. Sweeney, USAF, ret., 1984

    • World War, 1939-1945--Journalists.; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American.
    • A retired combat reporter who served during World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam, Sweeney describes the environment in which men serve during war and the shock of combat.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Elizabeth S. Robinson, 2010

    • United Service Organizations (U.S.).; USO-Camp Shows, Inc.; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives.; Dancing.
    • Personal history of Betsy (Berkley) Robinson who left Seguin, Texas for New York City during the Depression. She trained and worked as a dancer and entertainer before joining the USO and working in the camp shows during World War II.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Pope allied lines books 1 and 2, 1939-1999 and undated

    • Family--Texas--San Antonio.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Clubs.; San Antonio (Tex.)--Social life and customs--20th century.; Women--Texas--San Antonio--Societies and clubs--History.
    • Genealogy materials compiled by family members
    • Brown and Lane Family Papers
    • Interview with Steve Swenson, 2000

    • Ranch life--Texas.; Stamford (Tex.).; Swenson, Swede.; Swenson, Bill.; Swenson, Swante Magnus.; Swedish Americans.; Swenson Land and Cattle Company.; Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association.
    • Developed from property purchased in 1838 by Swante Magnus Swenson, his grandfather and the first Swedish settler in Texas, Swenson describes the history and ranching operations of the Swenson Land and Cattle Company.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Sparks Rust Jr., 1983

    • Horses.; American Quarter Horse Association.; Horse racing.
    • Rust discusses the history of the quarter horse and the impact of the American Quarter Horse Association on their development in Texas and the world.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Roadrunner

    • University of Texas at San Antonio--Periodicals
    • Internal faculty and staff newsletter of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Published weekly (except spring break); biweekly during summer sessions.
    • UTSA University Publications Collection
    • WomanSpace, December 1988

    • 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.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42
    • WomanSpace, July 2005

    • 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.
    • Womanspace Records, MS 42
    • Budgets, 1978-1979

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    • Subject Files from Zavala County: Budgets, 1978-1979.
    • José Angel Gutiérrez Papers
    • The Calendar, March 29-April 12, 1984

    • Calendar (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Calendar was a San Antonio GLBTQ publication, which was published every other Friday. Vol. 5 No. 6
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • The Calendar, May 9-22, 1986

    • Calendar (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Calendar was a San Antonio GLBTQ publication, which was published every other Friday.
    • Happy Foundation Archives Collection, MS 394
    • Interview with Cliff and Ruth Gillette, 1980.

    • Saxophonists; singers; pianists; Jazz musicians; Dance orchestras
    • Jazz musician Cliff Gillette and his wife, former big band singer Ruth, remember the heyday of their musical lives when they crossed the country in the 1930s and 1940s performing with some of the most noted musicians of the era.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Gay Pride Picnics, 1993

    • Gay community--Texas--San Antonio. Gay rights--Texas--San Antonio. Gays--Legal status, laws, etc.--United States. Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions. Gays--Texas--Societies and clubs. Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Policial activity....
    • Gay Pride Picnics, 1993
    • San Antonio Lesbian Gay Assembly (SALGA)
    • Interview with Jiroo Tanamachi, 1979

    • Japanese Americans--Texas.; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.; Discrimination.
    • Jiroo Tanamachi tells of discrimination and restrictions for Japanese in California, resulting in family moving to Texas in the early 1900s for opportunity to buy land and begin farming. Includes discussion of discrimination and relocation of...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview With Gilbert Rodriguez, 1998

    • Mexican Americans --Texas --Music.; Musicians--Texas.; Tejano music.; Music--Mexican-American Border Region.
    • Co-founder of Gilberto Rodriguez and the Blue Notes, with his cousin, Gregorio Pedroza, they discuss history of their family, Tejano music, and the band.
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Camp Maxey IV : archaeological testing of six sites, Lamar County, Texas

    • Archaeology; Texas History
    • Archaeological survey report No. 326; "Texas Antiquities Committee Permit No. 2180." "Prepared for Adjutant General's Department of Texas, Directorate of Facilities and Engineering, Environmental Branch, Austin, Texas; prepared by Center for...
    • Archaeological Survey Report (ASR)
    • The Marquise, December 16-29, 1993

    • Marquise (San Antonio, Tex.); Gays--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; Lesbians--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.
    • The Marquise was an LGBTQ periodical published every other Thursday in San Antonio, Texas. Beginning in June 1994, publication occurred monthly. Vol. 2, No. 25
    • The Marquise Collection, MS 418
    • Snap, April 6, 1962

    • African American churches--Texas--History.; African American--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Periodicals.; African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.; African Americans--Texas--San...
    • Snap was a weekly local publication that covered San Antonio politics, social events, and current events from an African-American perspective. A large but incomplete run of Snap magazine covers the years 1955 to 1966.
    • San Antonio Black History Collection

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