Belo, A.H., Foundation photograph collection, 1880-1920.


Belo, A.H., Foundation photograph collection, 1880-1920.

Photographs document 19th Century Texas, including the first faculty of the University of Texas at Austin (1883); images of Austin, Texas; sculling on the Colorado River; and portraits of noted and notorious people who lived or spent time in Texas in that period.

22 photographic negatives.


SNAC Resource ID: 7437318

University of Texas Libraries

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