MARC Record For Collection: Kennard Family Collection, 1842-1884
LDR 00000npcaa a 4500
099 9 _a01/HM.68
245 10 _aKennard Family Collection
351 _aMaterials are arranged by type.
506 _aThis collection is not restricted.
520 2 _aThe A. D. Kennard Family Papers contains documents that focus on A. D. Kennard Jr.’s cattle business in Texas. The collection also includes the undertakings of his son David Kennard while he was in the Confederate Army in Galveston County, Texas and in Arkansas. David Kennard’s letters discuss the boredom of waiting for battle, rumors of his unit’s moving, the official news of the war that was given to the soldiers, and descriptions of the fortification of Galveston after three Union war vessels are seen in the Gulf of Mexico from that town. Included in the collection are slave bills of sale and pension notification for soldiers who volunteer in the war between Texas and Mexico.
524 _a[i]Kennard Family Collection, [/i]University of North Texas Special Collections
541 _aUnidentified donor
856 42 _3Control Card
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