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The collection was purchased circa 1976-1977, by the Sons of the Republic of Texas, under the guidance of San Antonio archivist Miss Carmen Perry.
The collection was purchased from the widow of Mexico City antiquarian book and coin dealer Jesús Sánchez Garza, deposited in the UTSA Library at the time of its purchase, and placed on indefinite loan in 1979.
Descriptive Summary Historical Note Scope and Content Note Organization of Collection Restrictions Index Terms Administrative Information Notes to Researchers Viceroys of New Spain, 1535-1822 Description of Series Series 1. In 1922, the organization was reactivated in Houston by Odin M. The society now maintains more than 55 chapters in various cities throughout Texas.
Kings, Emperors, Popes, Viceroys and Presidents, 1489-1921 Series 2. Its objectives were then, as now, to perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women who founded Texas, to encourage research, to promote the observance of Texas holidays, to preserve and mark historical sites, and to foster comprehensive knowledge of the state. Jones, the society was influential in securing funds for construction of the San Jacinto Monument.
A broad array of topics is covered in the collection, including information on government, politics, finances, work, religion, social status, marriage and family, and numerous other subjects of social and historical interest. The society met in conjunction with the Texas Veterans Association for several years before becoming inactive.
The collection includes government documents, financial records, legal petitions, political and ecclesiastical decrees, wills and legal testaments, and personal and business letters. Ten days later, a state society was formed in Houston.
The final series is Assorted Newspapers, dating from the 19th-20th centuries.
The collection is physically organized into three series.
The first series is related to Kings, Emperors, Popes, Viceroys and Presidents.
She died in Victoria on February 8, 1979, and was buried at River Ranch in Refugio.
In 1980 a collection of rare documents about Texas-Mexico history, owned by the Sons of the Republic of Texas and housed at the University of Texas at San Antonio, was named in her honor.