The Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Library, Midland, Texas
J. Evetts Haley Research Center, Midland Texas
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Midland, Texas 79701
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DANIEL LINCOLN THRAPP COLLECTION

INVENTORY OUTLINE

Bibliography

SERIES I - CORRESPONDENCE

Series I - Correspondence

  1. Chronological
  2. Religion Editor, Los Angeles Times
  3. University of Oklahoma
  4. Individuals (wallets)
  5. Individuals (vertical file)

SERIES II - LITERARY PRODUCTIONS

Series II - Literary Productions

  1. Books
  2. Articles
  3. Edited, Forewords, Introductions
  4. Books under the name of X.X. Jones
  5. Unpublished
  6. Book Reviews by DLT
  7. Correspondence with publishers
  8. Talks by DLT
  9. Interviews by DLT (purple ring binder)

SERIES III - RESEARCH FILES (for books)

Series III - Research Files

  1. Streeter
  2. Al Sieber
    1. mss
    2. Research files
  3. Tom Cover
  4. Conquest of Apacheria mss
  5. Victorio Material
  6. Arizona/New Mexico material
  7. Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography, mss
    (Original titles were: Dictionary of Frontier Characters and Encyclopedia of Frontier Characters.)

    1. mss, Vol. I-II-III
    2. mss, Vol. I-II-III
    3. mss, Vol. I-II-III
    4. mss, Vol. IV
    5. mss, Vol. IV
    6. Biographical files, unsorted
    7. Research Notes, unsorted

SERIES IV - GENERAL RESEARCH FILES

Series IV - General Research Files

  1. Africa
  2. Animals
  3. Indians
  4. Federal Archives material
  5. Unsorted
  6. Northeast U.S. and Canada
  7. World History/Travel
  8. Jim Walker files
  9. Works of other writers
  10. Topical file (vertical)
  11. Topical file (wallet)

SERIES V - EDITOR’S FILES - THE PERIODICAL (c.a.m.p.)

Series V - Editors Files

SERIES VI - BIOGRAPHICAL FILES (VI)

  1. Individual files
  2. Collective files

SERIES VII - DLT PERSONAL FILES (VII)

  1. Biographical/genealogical
  2. Personal files
  3. Scrapbooks

SERIES VIII - CARD FILES (VIII)

SERIES IX - MICROFILM AND AUDIO TAPES (IX)

  1. Microfilm
  2. Audio Tapes

SERIES X - PHOTOGRAPHS

(Photo Files Outline)

  1. U.S. Historic - Used in published works
  2. U.S. Historic - Not used
  3. U.S. Historic - Individuals
  4. U.S. historic - Groups
  5. U.S. Historic - Indians
  6. U.S. Historic - Locations
  7. U.S. Historic - Forts
  8. U.S. Historic - Sprout Collection
  9. U.S. Historic - Misc.
  10. U.S. Historic - The Periodical Files
  11. JPL/NASA/Space
  12. Animals
  13. Africa Series
  14. Scenes/Events/Misc.
  15. People
  16. Jim Walker Photos
  17. Oversize material
  18. Photo Albums, #1 to #7
    (C album was retained by family, some photos returned after inventory)

    1. Scrapbook
    2. X
    3. A
    4. D
    5. Black Album
    6. Black Album
    7. M
  19. Framed Photos
  20. Unassigned series
  21. Vertical File Material Related to Photos

SERIES X - NEGATIVE FILES

  1. Western subjects
  2. Western Subjects that match with Album “X”
  3. Research subjects
  4. Africa, Europe
  5. Argentina, Bolivia, China, Peru, South America
  6. Animals, Trees, and related trips
  7. Photo Albums, I, II, Red Leather
  8. Early U.S. Travels (up to WWII)
  9. Misc. Post-War period, Family, Vacations, Etc.
  10. Unidentified Negatives and prints

SERIES X - DLT PHOTOGRAPH CARD FILE INDEX

SERIES XI - MAPS (XI)

SERIES XII - OFFICE ITEMS (XII)

  1. Equipment
  2. Desk Items and Personal

SERIES XIII - RELICS (XIII)

SERIES XIV - ARTIFACTS (XIV)

SERIES XV - MICROFILM EQUIPMENT (XV)

SERIES XVI - AWARDS, PLAQUES (XVI)

SERIES XVII - PRINTS (XVII)

SERIES XVIII - CAMERAS (XVIII)

SERIES XIX - OVERSIZE ITEMS (XIX)

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