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1 microfilm reel (75 ft.) : negative Includes scrapbooks, newspaper clippings and programs of the Heile-Trantor Studio, Holmes High School and the Wayne Babb Players.A featured performer in stock companies throughout Texas and the Midwest, Babb organized his own company, the Wayne Babb Players, which was headquartered in Dallas in the 1940s.Back, Vera Papers, 1967-1975 2 microfilm reels : negative Include papers written by Vera Back's students, correspondence, news clippings, youth corps files, programs, Tiger Posts (school newspaper), reports, and notes on historical events in Mc Lean, Texas.Back is a teacher and author who taught English and History in the Mc Lean public schools, and wrote a weekly historical column in the town's newspaper.She also published a book on her family's history entitled Feathers. 4,349 leaves Primarily contains correspondence and background information from Baggett's newspaper and magazine columns, bringing together in-depth information on several topics, including civic groups and area politics.
Active in community affairs, Baggett served with the Urban Renewal Commission, City-County Board of Health, Lubbock League of Women Voters (president), Texas League of Women Voters (vice-president), United Fund (Board of Directors), Lubbock Humane Society, Civic Center Board, and Civic Lubbock, Inc. Baggett, William Ramsey Papers, 1907-1957 1 microfilm reel (50 ft.) : negative Includes business accounts of Baggett's ranch, livestock records, genealogical material, weather accounts, and formulas for prairie dog poison and sheep dip.
Baggett was born in 1878 and moved to Crockett County in 1898.
There, he and his brother, Monroe, built up a 22 section ranch three miles north of Ozona.
He married Caroline Mary Perner in 1908 and the marriage produced two children.
Active in church and community affairs in Ozona, Baggett was also the director of the Ozona National Bank. Bailey, Clarence Collection, 1938-1975 1 microfilm reel (100 ft.) : negative Consists of a series of scrapbooks containing primarily news clippings reflecting Texas history, ranching, rodeo, and illustrated historical sketches entitled "Texas!
Discovering the Lone Star State with Frank Oliver." Some genealogical information is also included.