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Independent Order of Odd Fellows Records
The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) is an international altruistic and benevolent fraternal organization. This collection contains records from the Beaumont Lodge of the Odd Fellows, and its auxiliary chapters for women and adolescents.
Iva Tevis Collection
J. Glenn Cummings Research Papers Related to Harry Brinkley Bass
Jackson Broocks Osborne Papers
The Jackson Broocks Osborne Papers are a series of papers primarily related to Osborne's grandfather, John H. Broocks, and step-father, William Seale. The Broocks' papers include correspondence regarding his business ventures, papers from his legal practice, and his own personal writings. While the Seale's papers consist of correspondence and deeds, and financial ledgers from his sister's pharmacy, R. Seale & Co. Drugs.
Jacqueline Barnes Papers
The Jacqueline Barnes Papers is a small artificial collection consisting of historical Barnes family deeds and oil leases in the Houston and Refugio county region, vital records of Laura Lee Conrad Barnes, pet medical records, Brittany dog breeding records, and photographs of dog shows. These materials were found among a donation of geneaology and history books from Jacqueline Barnes in 2020.
Janice Zahn Adams Collection
J.D. Campbell Collection
Jeanette Mulder Greer Papers
Jeannette Doiron Papers
This collection of materials belonged to Jeannette Doiron, Club Historian for the Woman's Club of Beaumont. Materials include club yearbooks from 1959 to 2015, budgets, newsletters, periodicals, brochures, events, programs, newspaper clippings, awards, meetings, and other administrative materials.
Jefferson Amusement Company Records
Jefferson Theatre Preservation Society Records
Joan and Norman Lowrey Papers
John C. Hooper, Jr., Photograph Collection
John C. Hooper, Jr., was a native of Fort Worth, Texas. He lived in Beaumont for 73 years and was the owner of Hooper Graphic Arts and also was employed as a freelance photographer for the Beaumont Enterprise newspaper. This collection includes photographs of landmark structures around the City of Beaumont, landscapes, industrial, and portrait photographs that date back to the early 1900’s.
John Dollinger, Jr., Incorporated Records
The John Dollinger, Jr., Company moved in 1907 to Beaumont, Texas, from Plaquemine, Louisiana, where it quickly became a local leader in the steel fabrication industry until its closure in 1995.
John E. Glasgow Photograph Collection
John H. Walker Papers
John H. Walker (1909-2001) was born in Beaumont, Texas, and held a deep interest in Beaumont history. This interest culminated in the publication of his book, Beaumont: A Pictorial History.
Joseph Bryan Morris Papers
Juanita H. Phelps Papers
Judge Al Gerson Papers
This collection contains photographs, professional documents, plaques and memorabilia pertaining to the life and career of Judge Al Gerson, who presided over the Jefferson County Court of Law Number One for twenty-seven years, from 1984 until his retirement in 2011.
Junior League of Beaumont Records
The Junior League of Beaumont, a civic organization of women devoted to volunteerism, was first organized in 1937 with thirty-eight members. In 1945 the League joined the Association of Junior Leagues of America. This collection consists of Junior League of Beaumont publications including issues of the “Spinnings from Spindeltop” newsletter and annual reports. Annual reports include information on by-laws and membership lists.
Kathleen Elizabeth "Betty" Lamont Maloney Leaf Papers
Keith Griffin Collection
KFDM-TV Channel 6 Collection
KFDM is the first and oldest television station in the Beaumont area, serving Port Arthur, Orange, and Lake Charles, as well. It first went on air April 24, 1955. This collection consists of KFDM's PM Magazine Tapes and the News Library Tapes. There is also an index section, which contains Log Books to news clippings, chronological list of PM Magazine episodes, and listings of newsclips by date.
Lena Milam Papers
Lena Triplett Milam (1884-1984) had a profound impact on the development of the musical arts in Beaumont. This collection spans Lena Milam's professional life and the period of her retirement. Newspaper clippings highlight important periods in her life, such as the formation of the Music Study Club and the start of Music Week. Correspondence mainly includes letters of appreciation from admirers. Program guides offer a concise look at music events in Beaumont.
Looney Family Photograph Albums
Wilber C. Looney was a prominent businessman in Beaumont, Texas. When he retired he was a manager in southeast Texas for Westinghouse Electric Corp. He and his wife, Thyrza, a well-known local interior designer, resided at a now-historic home on North Eleventh and Toccoa Streets. Known then as the Vaughn House, the couple restored this Victorian cottage into a plantation-style mansion in 1948.
Lynn H. and Frances Katherine Shaw Gilbert Papers
Lynn H. and Frances Katherine Shaw Gilbert were long-time residents of Beaumont, Texas. Prior to their marriage in 1966, they had both been previously married. This collection consists of family photo albums, loose photographs, and a patent certificate with accompanying correspondence for an extended family member. Also included in the photographs are items related to friends, vacations, and events that occurred in the course of their lives.
Magnolia Garden Club
Collection containing administrative and financial documents, scrapbooks, newsletters, and awards belonging to the Magnolia Garden Club and reflecting decades of activity in and around Beaumont.
Margaret A. Chamberlain Papers
This collection contains the personal and legal papers, and artifacts of Margaret A. Chamberlain during her life in Beaumont, Texas.
Mari Burke South Park Collection
Mary Ogden Hayden Papers
- Photographs 65
- Correspondence 53
- Beaumont (Tex.) 52
- Scrapbooks 36
- Beaumont (Jefferson county, Texas : inhabited place) 29
- Community life--Beaumont (Tex.) 24
- Newspaper clippings 24
- Genealogy 17
- Programs (documents) 16
- Newsletters 15
- Clippings (information artifacts) 14
- Financial records 14
- Black-and-white photographs 13
- Family life 13
- Minutes (administrative records) 13
- Women--Societies 13
- Community organization 11
- High schools—Beaumont (Tex.) 11
- Historic buildings--Beaumont (Tex.) 11
- Performing Arts 11 + ∧ less
- French 1
- Beaumont Music Commission (Beaumont, Tex.) 3
- Jefferson Theatre (Beaumont, Tex.) 3
- Jefferson Theatre Preservation Society (Beaumont, Tex.) 3
- Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 3
- KFDM 3
- Melody Maids (Beaumont, Tex.) 3
- South Park High School 3
- Texas League of Professional Baseball Clubs 3
- Tyrrell Historical Library (Beaumont, Tex.) 3
- American National Bank (Beaumont, Tex.) 2
- Association of Desk and Derrick Clubs (ADDC) 2
- Beaumont Chamber of Commerce 2
- Beaumont Civic Opera (Beaumont, Tex.) 2
- Beaumont Exporters Baseball Team 2
- Beaumont Independent School District (BISD) 2
- Beaumont Junior League (Beaumont, Tex.) 2
- Beaumont Library Commission 2
- Beaumont Symphony Women's League (Beaumont, Tex.) 2
- Brooks, Jack, 1922-2012 2
- Delta Kappa Gamma, Eta Nu Chapter 2 + ∧ less