New Acquisitions for December 2012
January 17, 2013
- MS 348, Killis Almond and Associates, Inc. records, 16 boxes of binders with photographs and slides
- MS 022, Women’s Overseas Service League records, 1 box of convention and conference programs, 6th area conference materials, reports and materials from the Bay Area unit
- UA 99.0023, UTSA. Papers of Faculty and Staff: Kessler, Carolyn, 4 boxes consisting of publications and research files
- UA 99.0024, UTSA. Papers of Faculty and Staff: Johnson, David, 2 boxes of strategic planning and committee files
- UA 99.0022, UTSA. Papers of Faculty and Staff: Cantu, Norma E, 35 boxes of teaching materials, university administration files, files of Las Mujeres, and drafts of manuscripts
- UA 15.01.14, UTSA. ITC. Texas Children’s Festival, 5 boxes of planning and publicity files
- UA 15.01.15, UTSA. ITC. Research and Collections Department, 11 boxes of office files of John Davis and Laurie Gudzikowski, directors of Research and Collections Department
- UA 15.01.09, UTSA. ITC. Texas Folklife Festival, 6,600 slides
- UA 15.01.08, UTSA. ITC. Educational Programs, , 14 boxes of educational guides, weekly reports, and planning files; office files of Sara Massey, former director of Educational Programs Department
- UA 15.01.04, UTSA. ITC. Communications and Marketing, 6 boxes of publicity and marketing files
- UA 15.01.07, UTSA. ITC. Production Division, 3 boxes of print shop files related to ITC publications
- UA 15.01, UTSA. Institute of Texan Cultures, 4 boxes of files related to the ITC’s heritage tours program
- UA 15.01, UTSA. Institute of Texan Cultures, 2 boxes of files related to ITC special events
- UA 15.01, UTSA. Institute of Texan Cultures, 4 boxes of ITC publications, reports, and brochures
- UA 15.01.09, UTSA. ITC. Texas Folklife Festival, 1 box of newspaper clippings related to the Texas Folklife Festival
- UA 15.01.11, UTSA. ITC. Curator of Exhibits Records, 14 boxes of planning and research files for preparation of ITC exhibits
- UA 99.0022, UTSA. Papers of Faculty and Staff: Cantu, Norma E, 25.3 GB of electronic records (approximately 20, 445 files)
Rare Books: 10 titles [December Rare Books Title List]
- Mexican Porfiriato Cookery Manuscripts 1900-1928 of Hortensia Volante.
- This collection of 10 manuscript recipe books written in school notebooks includes a variety of Mexican recipes, as well as some French ones, from the early 20th century. Like the previously-acquired series of six manuscript cookbooks from Durango, Mexico, Volante’s recipe books provide a glimpse of household cookery among the well-off during the period surrounding the Mexican Revolution.
- Stars Over Texas (1987) and Borglum in Texas (1991)
- Two fine press miniature books by Valentine J. Poska, published by Windcrest Press in San Antonio. Stars over Texas honors Texans in Hollywood. Borglum in Texas was printed in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the dedication of Mount Rushmore. Danish-American sculptor Gutzon Borglum, creator of the Mount Rushmore sculptures, lived in Texas for many years.