The calendar has been digitized and is available in the Texas Digital Archive.Jean Laffite Collection Jean Laffite, along with his brother Pierre, engaged in piracy and smuggling in New Orleans, Louisiana, and then Galveston Island, Texas, during the 1810s-1820s. One component consists of original journals, documents, photographs, and publications allegedly written or owned by Jean Laffite or other Laffite family members.These materials were in the possession of claimed Jean Laffite descendant John A. The second component consists of documents, photographs, postcards, maps, publications, clippings, research materials, manuscripts, and artwork that were collected by former Texas Governor Price Daniel Sr.The collection pertains to Jean Laffite’s career as a pirate/privateer, his alleged post-1820s life in the United States, Laffite family history, John A.Richard Niles Graham Photograph Collection: This collection of photographs document the family, social, and business life of R.
Many individual collections originally contained not only manuscript material but other items, such as maps, photographs, and memorabilia.
The photographs in this collection have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive. Mariana Folsom was also a minister in the Universalist church, while Erminia T.