THE DAUGHTERS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS LIBRARY

 

Col 926

Ernst F. Schuchard Papers

1832-1973

 

 

Collection information

 

Physical description: 8 document boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 2 negative boxes

Acquisition: Gift of Mrs. Dorothy Schuchard

Processed by: Warren Stricker, 1995

 

 

Table of contents

 

 

 

 

Biographical Note

 

Ernst F. Schuchard was born in San Antonio October 22, 1893, son of Hermann and Mathilda Guenther Schuchard.  He was educated in San Antonio public schools and at Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, where he received a degree in mechanical engineering.

 

After serving in the army in World War I, Schuchard began work as an engineer for Pioneer Flour Mills, the business founded by his maternal grandfather, Carl Hilmar Guenther.  He later served as Secretary and President of the company.

 

In 1920, Schuchard began making scale drawings of the eighteenth century San Antonio missions, plotting their color designs from remnants of the decorative elements still to be found on the walls, and from evidence that appeared in old photographs.  He conducted detailed research of fresco paintings on missions and other buildings around the world, and analyzed the paints used.  A skilled artist, he completed an oil painting of Mission San José in 1927, showing his conception of the exterior fresco designs, and in 1932 and 1933 executed watercolor studies of San José and Concepción, including detailed studies of the patterns.  In 1949, with the approval of local Catholic Church authorities, he repainted a portion of the designs directly on the south wall of Mission San José.

 

Also in 1933, Schuchard began research and work on the reconstruction of the mill at Mission San José.  While excavation work was being done at the mission, remnants of the original mill were found, apparently dating from the same period as the mission church.  The San Antonio Conservation Society agreed to sponsor the mill's reconstruction, and the Colonial Dames of America donated funds for the mill building.  Pioneer Flour Mills, through its president, Erhard Guenther, provided the working parts of the mill.  Walls and housing were restored to their former state by Schuchard, who included reproductions of the early machinery, horizontal water-wheel, and grindstones.

 

Another of Schuchard's extensive historical research projects involved the publication of 100th Anniversary, Pioneer Flour Mills, San Antonio, Texas, 1851-1951.  In addition to the history of the milling company, Schuchard compiled facts and photographs related to the history of San Antonio, integrating them into a timeline that charted the growth of the company and the city.  The book became a popular and valuable resource, and received an award of merit from the American Association for State and Local History.

 

Ernst Schuchard was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, the Conopus Club, Order of the Alamo, State Association of Texas Pioneers, San Antonio Manufacturers' Association, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, and an honorary member of the San Antonio Conservation Society.  He died in San Antonio in 1972, survived by his second wife, and two daughters.

 


Scope and Content Note

 

Notebooks, scrapbooks, printed material, artwork, and photographs make up the Ernst F. Schuchard Papers, the material produced and gathered as part of research into San Antonio history.

 

The papers consist primarily of the organized results of research efforts, organized into notebooks, scrapbooks, and articles.  The most detailed work concerns San José y San Miguel de Aguayo Mission in San Antonio, its history and the restoration work of the mission church and its mill.  The appearance of the mission is documented by drawings, photographs, and written accounts.  The original decoration of the mission buildings is also the subject of detailed investigation.  A lesser amount of material is related to Nuestra Señora de la Purisima Concepción de Acuña Mission, and other San Antonio missions.

 

Another area of in-depth research concerns Pioneer Flour Mills of San Antonio, which is documented primarily through photographs, with a few original records.  The compilation of data into a published history of the company is included in this documentation.

 

Several related subjects, such as mills and milling, water, acequias and irrigation systems, and historic buildings, are also the subject of research material, usually compiled into scrapbooks and notebooks.

 

A number of published sources were used in researching these subjects, represented by periodicals, newspapers, and books and pamphlets, included with the papers.

 

An extensive photograph collection includes some personal photos in addition to those related to research projects.

 

The papers are organized by subject, with most printed material and photographs placed in separate series.  The 15 series are:

 

I. Correspondence and Subject files: notes, letters, and printed material on several miscellaneous subjects, including some files related to more detailed research material contained in other series.  Also included is information on Schuchard's grandfather, Carl Schuchard, and some personal items.

 

II. Old Buildings: consists of a single scrapbook containing photographs of buildings in San Antonio and vicinity, showing examples of early buildings, and clippings.

 

III. Acequias: a scrapbook on irrigation systems, particularly those established during San Antonio's early history.  Three artistic renderings by Schuchard of San Antonio acequia sites are also included.

 

IV. San José Mission: two scrapbooks containing a detailed photographic record of the mission's history, and material related to its restoration.

 

V. San José Mill: a notebook on the mill and its restoration, and articles written by Schuchard on the mill, illustrated by photographs and drawings, and with additional notes.

 

VI. Mission Frescoes: notebooks containing research material on frescoes at San José and Concepción missions, and their restoration.  Articles by Schuchard on the subject include illustrations and additional notes.

 

VII. Mills: two scrapbooks contain research material on mills in general, with some references to San Antonio mills.  A print of a Fredericksburg, Texas mill is also included.

 

VIII. Water: a scrapbook gathers a variety of information on water in Texas, including weather records and information on irrigation.  Some loose newspaper clippings on water and weather are also included.

 

IX. Pioneer Flour Mills: personal records related to the company are found here in the form of notebooks maintained by Adolph G. Beckmann, an officer with Pioneer Flour Mills, and by Ernst Schuchard.  Both contain an informal journal of activities at the mill, along with notes, photographs, clippings, and correspondence.  Schuchard's journal also includes a number of drawings and diagrams of the mill property and its components, along with some engineering data.  A scrapbook compiled about 1968 includes a number of photographs, primarily showing construction work in the San Antonio River channel, near the mill.  Some advertising-related prints and photographs, along with printed material are also in this series.

 

X. Pioneer Flour Mills 100th Anniversary book: Schuchard's work on the centennial history of the company includes notes, edited typescripts, and notebooks containing the layout of the text and illustrations.  The illustrations themselves are described in the Photographs series.

 

XI. Periodicals: professional and popular journals, most apparently retained for content related to Schuchard's research interests.  Divided between those related to mills and milling, and general subjects.

 

XII. Newspapers and Clippings: whole and partial copies of several German women's magazines, and a number of clippings related to fashion.  These were often used as a source of illustrations for the Pioneer Flour Mills centennial history, and for company promotional material.

 

XIII. Paintings: two framed watercolors by Schuchard, showing his conception of the church frescoes at San José Mission and Concepción Mission.  Each framed item is double sided, one side depicting a frontal view of the mission, the opposite side showing several details from the interior and exterior of each church.  An earlier oil painting depicts a scene at the San José church.

 

XIV. Books and Pamphlets: published material related to Schuchard's research and personal interests.  Particularly extensive are items on mills, milling, flour, and baking.  Also numerous are items related to art, artists, and art materials, and to Texas history and culture.  Many items, particularly those used in research projects, contain annotations by Schuchard.  Several publications related to Texas have been separated from the papers and individually cataloged.  These items are listed on separation sheets.

 

XV. Photographs: all photographic prints, stereographs, and negatives are listed in this series, other than those included with scrapbooks, notebooks, or manuscripts.  Prints are arranged by subject.  These include most of the items used to illustrate the Pioneer Flour Mills history, which are arranged according to the page of the book on which they appear.  A small number of prints in other formats, including stereographs and panoramic photographs are stored in different locations, noted in the inventory.  Negatives are also arranged by subject.  These are frequently associated with the prints included in scrapbooks and notebooks in the papers, and prints appearing in the photo files, or are of views similar to those prints.  Particularly extensive are negatives of mills, missions, Pioneer Flour Mills, and family gatherings.  Many negatives, particularly family photos, do not have prints associated with them.

 

 

 

Box/Folder

 

 

I. Correspondence and Subject Files

 

 

1/1

Alamo Downs.  Notes regarding opening of Alamo Downs.

 

 

1/2

Kurt D. Beckmann.  Photograph and architectural plans for unidentified dwelling.

 

 

1/3

King William area.  Notes and typescripts.

 

 

1/4

Mills--General.  Correspondence, clipping, and postcards relating to mills throughout the U.S.

 

 

1/5

Mills--San Antonio.  Notes and typescripts on San Antonio mills.

 

 

1/6

Mission San José--Schuchard paintings, material on copyright and reproduction

 

 

1/7

Pioneer Flour Mills--Notes regarding history and construction, and miscellaneous correspondence

 

 

1/8

Schuchard, Carl--Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, and notes on Carl Schuchard

 

 

1/9

Schuchard, Ernst--Miscellaneous notes and correspondence.

 

 

1/10

Schuchard, Ernst--100th Anniversary Medal Citation, Stevens Institute of Technology

 

 

1/11

Steves, Edward--Homestead--Miscellaneous notes and receipts relating to the Steves Homestead and its restoration, 1952-1953

 

 

1/12

Texas Grain and Feed Association--"Our Farm Program," speech given by W.R. Poage to the Texas Grain and Feed Association, April 17, 1964

 

 

1/13

Texas Historical and Landmarks Association--List of markers.

 

 

1/14

Texas Old Missions and Forts Restoration Association--Brochures and membership information

 

 

1/15

YWCA--History of the San Antonio YWCA.

 

 

1/16

Yturri-Edmunds House and Mill--Correspondence, notes, drawings relating to its restoration

 

 

1/17

Miscellaneous printed material

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II. Old Buildings

 

 

1/18

"Old Buildings" scrapbook: photographs, clippings, and maps; buildings in San Antonio, Leon Springs, and Fredericksburg.

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III. Acequias

 

 

2/1

"Ditches" scrapbook: clippings, notations, maps, photographs.

 

 

2/2

Artwork: Pajalache ditch; Edmunds House ditch to mill; Alamo Madre ditch crossing on Fifth Street.  Ink-resist, by Ernst Schuchard, 1940.

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV. San José Mission

 

 

2/3

"San José Mission" scrapbook: mission chronology and index of pictures; bibliography, and sequence by Erik K. Reed; photographs, dated 1852-1953

 

 

2/4

San José Mission scrapbook: clippings, excerpts, notes, primarily on restoration work.  Additional material on other missions.

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V. San José Mill

 

 

3/1

Article: Ernst Schuchard, "San José Mill," 1939.  Manuscript, typescript, 3 copies, attached letter.

 

 

3/2

"San José Mill" notebook: notes, typescripts, clippings, correspondence, photographs, drawings, diagrams.

 

 

3/3

Typescript: Ernst Schuchard. "The Old Mill at San José Mission," July 1936.  With notations, bibliography, photographs

 

 

3/4

Typescript: Ernst Schuchard. "The Old Mill at Mission San José." September 1936.  With notations, photographs, excerpt.

 

 

3/5

Pencil sketch: San José Mission, signed by H.C. Stiles.

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI. Mission frescoes

 

 

4/1

"San José" notebook on fresco paintings: notations, excerpts, photographs, architectural plans, detailed fresco studies, field drawings, descriptive information, and correspondence

 

 

4/2

"Concepción" notebook on fresco paintings: photographs, field drawings, notes on frescoes, paint tests, architectural plans, clippings, correspondence, National Park Service inspection report on San José Mission

 

 

4/3

Typescript: Ernst F. Schuchard. "Fresco Paintings of the Missions." 2 copies.

 

 

4/4-5

Typescript: Ernst F. Schuchard. "Fresco Paintings of the Missions." San Antonio, 1935. 2 copies. Include photographs, drawings, printed material.

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VII. Mills

 

 

5/1

"Old Mills" scrapbook: Pamphlets, clippings, notes, photographs, reproductions, correspondence, typescripts.

 

 

5/2

Oliver Evans. The Young Mill-Wright and Miller's Guide. 6th edition, 1829.  Photocopy, with added notes, drawings, clippings, and pamphlets.

 

 

5/3

Print: "The Old Mill on Live Oak Creek, Fredericksburg, Texas," by Lloyd Harting.

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIII. Water

 

 

5/4

"Water" notebook: Pamphlets, correspondence, notes, charts, clippings.

 

 

5/5

Clippings: water and weather.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IX. Pioneer Flour Mills

 

 

6/1

Journal: Adolph G. Beckmann, with added notes, diagrams, letters, printed material, photographs, concerning Pioneer Flour Mill operations, general information, 1912-1927.

 

 

6/2

Journal: Adolph G. Beckmann, loose items removed from journal.

 

 

6/3

Journal: Ernst F. Schuchard, with added notes, diagrams, printed material, photographs  concerning Pioneer Flour Mill operations, advertising, construction projects, 1920-1963

 

 

6/4

Journal: Ernst F. Schuchard, loose items removed from journal.

 

 

6/5

Photographs: album page, with photos of Trades Parade, 1903 flood, personal photos.

 

 

6/6

Scrapbook: photographs, printed material, April 1968.

 

 

6/7

Advertising and promotional material: photographs, pamphlets, drawings.

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X. Pioneer Flour Mills 100th anniversary book

 

 

Oversize 9/1

Typescript: [Introduction, Werner N. Beckmann. "Carl Hilmar Guenther and the Story of the Pioneer Flour Mills."]

 

 

Oversize 9/2

Notes: San Antonio businesses and institutions

 

 

Oversize 9/3

Chronology: manuscript, notes, and clippings.

 

 

Oversize 9/4

Chronology: typescript, notes, and clippings.

 

 

Oversize 9/5

Typescript: edited text with added notes

 

 

Oversize Box 9

Notebook: edited text, with illustrations

 

 

Oversize Box 9

Notebook: 1851-1870 section, layout

 

 

Oversize Box 9

Notebook: 1871-1889 section, layout

 

 

Oversize Box 9

Notebook: 1890-1909 section, layout

 

 

Oversize Box 9

Notebook: 1910-1929 section, layout

 

 

Oversize Box 9

Notebook: 1930-1945 section, layout

 

 

Oversize Box 9

Notebook: 1946-end section, layout

 

 

 

            See also XV. Photographs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

XI. Periodicals

 

 

 

Mills and Milling

 

 

7/1

Allis Chalmers Milling Equipment, Bulletin 1265, June 1937.

 

 

7/2

American Miller, Vol. 63, No. 12, December 1935; Vol. 64, No. 3, March 1936; Vol. 68, No. 3, March 1940.

 

 

7/3

American Miller and Processor, Vol. 95, No. 7, July 1967.

 

 

7/4

The Bright Scrawl Magazine. Vol. 12, No. 6, March 1939. 4 copies.

 

 

7/5

Ciba Symposia, Vol. 8, No. 9, December 1946.

 

 

7/6

Food Facts, Vol. 9, No. 4, April 1940. 2 copies.

 

 

7/7

Ford Times, Vol. 57, No. 9, September 1964.

 

 

7/8

Lloyds of America, Vol. 10, No. 2, February 1935.

 

 

7/9

MIAG, No. 153 E, ; 155 E; 2089 E.

 

 

7/10

Die Mühle, April 7, 1960; June 2, 1960

 

 

7/11

The Northwestern Miller, Vol. 170, No. 1, April 13, 1932; Vol. 189, No. 5, February 17, 1937; Vol. 197, No. 7, March 8, 1939; Vol. 259, No. 10, March 11, 1958; Vol 274, No. 9, September 1967.

 

 

7/12

Occasional Letter, No. 248, February 1960; No. 255, November 1963.

 

 

7/13

The Southwestern Miller, Vol. 33, No. 9, July 6, 1954.

 

 

7/14

Yankee, Vol. 27, No. 5, May 1963; Vol. 27, No. 8, August 1963; Vol. 34, No. 1, January 1970; Vol. 35, No. 4, April 1971.

 

 

 

 

 

General

 

 

7/15

Arizona Highways, Vol. 37, No. 3, March 1961.

 

 

7/16

Daily Radio News, May-August 1938.

 

 

7/17

Naylor's Epic Century Magazine. Vol. 2, No. 4, January 1936. 2 copies.

 

 

7/18

The Old Print Shop Portfolio. Vol. 21, No. 5, January 1962; Vol. 21, No. 9, May 1962.

 

 

7/19

San Antonio. Vol. 1, No. 3, March 1959.

 

 

8/1

The Shamrock. Spring 1964.

 

 

8/2

Southern Living. Vol. 2, No. 10, December 1967.

 

 

8/3

Southwestern Historical Quarterly. Vol. 25, No. 2, October 1921.

 

 

8/4

Southwestern Historical Quarterly. Vol. 77, No. 1, July 1973.

 

 

8/5

Witte Quarterly. Vol 1, No. 3, 1963; Vol. 3, No. 2, 1965; Vol 7, No. 2, 1969.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

XII. Newspapers and clippings

 

 

Oversize 10/1

Der Bazar, December 1, 1868 (incomplete); May 1, 1869; June 15, 1869; October 1, 1869; December 1, 1869; February 15, 1870; April 15, 1870; April 3, 1871; March 18, 1872; September 16, 1872; October 1, 1872; January 27, 1873; August 4, 1873; January 31, 1876; July 30, 1877; January 28, 1884 (incomplete)

 

 

Oversize 10/2

Illustrirte Frauen-Zeitung, February 2, 1890 (incomplete); March 1, 1891; November 1, 1904 (incomplete)

 

 

" "

Illustrirte Frauen-Zeitung, patterns, March 1,1891

 

 

Oversize 10/3

Die Modenwelt, January 1, 1892; March 11, 1894; April 15, 1894 (incomplete); June 10, 1894; August 12, 1894; October 14, 1894; November 1, 1894; November 11, 1894; January 13, 1895 (incomplete); February 10, 1895; April 1, 1895; May 1, 1904 (incomplete); January 1, 1909 (incomplete); May 15, 1910 (incomplete); 1912 (incomplete).

 

 

Oversize 10/4

Die Modenwelt, patterns, January 1, 1892; May 15, 1892; April 15, 1894; June 10, 1894; October 1, 1894; October 14, 1894;

 

 

Oversize 10/5

Die Modenwelt, prints, March 11, 1894; February 10, 1895; January 1, 1900.

 

 

" "

Unidentified print, 1884.

 

 

Oversize 10/6

German newspapers, fragments

 

 

Oversize 10/7

Clippings, 1920's-1930's

 

 

Oversize 10/8

Clippings, 1940's

 

 

Oversize 10/9

Clippings, 1950's, n.d.

 

 

Oversize 10/10

Mock-ups, 1907, 1914, 1925 with overlay; 3 undated; 2 items.

 

 

 

            See also separation sheets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

XIII. Paintings

 

 

Oversize Box 11

San José y San Miguel de Aguayo Mission, by Ernst F. Schuchard, 1932.  Watercolor.  2 paintings: front view of mission; opposite, fresco details; in a single frame.

 

 

" "

Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción de Acuña Mission, by Ernst F. Schuchard, 1932.  Watercolor.  2 paintings: front view of mission; opposite, fresco details; in a single frame.

 

 

Art Coll-ection

San José y San Miguel de Aguayo Mission, by Ernst F. Schuchard, 1927.  Oil.  Unframed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

XIV. Books and Pamphlets

 

 

 

Art and artists

 

 

Oversize Box 12

Art Association of Montreal. A Catalogue of the Permanent Collections of Paintings, and of the Learmont Collection. 1921.

 

 

 

Carnegie Institute Pittsburgh. Catalogue, Twenty-Second Annual International Exhibition of Paintings. 1923.

 

 

 

Davidson, Mary Frances. The Dye-Pot. Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Mary Frances Davidson, 1950.

 

 

 

Doerner, Max. The Materials of the Artist and their use in Painting. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1935.

 

 

 

An Exhibition of Italian Paintings Lent By Mr. Samuel H. Kress of New York to Witte Memorial Museum. New York: The Burland Printing Co., 1934.

 

 

 

Go West Young Man: An Exhibition of Early Western Paintings and Lithographs. San Antonio: Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, 1960.

 

 

 

Gold Leafing Methods. Technical Bulletin No. D-138. Chicago: Technical Service Bureau, Inc., 1945.

 

 

 

Hanfstaengl, Eberhard. Meisterwerke der Älteren Pinakothek in München. München: Franz Hanfstaengl, 1922.

 

 

 

Harman, Roberta. The Art of Decoupage. Temple City, Calif.: Craft Course Publisher, 1966.

 

 

 

Katalog der Königl. Neuen Pinakothek in München. n.p., n.d.

 

 

 

Leggett, William F. Ancient and Medieval Dyes. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Chemical Publishing Co., 1944.

 

 

 

Offizieller Katalog der Münchener Jahres-Ausstellung 1906 im Kgl. Glaspalast. München: Münchener Künstlergenossenschaft, 1906.

 

 

 

Pach, Walter. Catalogue of European and American Paintings, 1500-1900. Art Aid Corporation, 1940.

 

 

 

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Catalogue of the 110th Annual Exhibition, February 7 to March 28, 1915. Philadelphia, 1915.

 

 

 

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Catalogue of the 111th Annual Exhibition, February 6 to March 26, 1916. Philadelphia, 1916.

 

 

 

Pigments used for Artists' Oil Colors: Their Composition, permanence and Application to the Fine Arts.  New York: Devoe and Reynolds Co., 1925.

 

 

 

The Private Collection of Frederick S. Gibbs. New York: The Dempsey and Carroll Press, 1899.

 

 

 

Snead, Jane. Pennsylvania Dutch Designs. Media, Penn.: Jane Snead, 1953.

 

 

 

Stevens, Thomas Wood. Lettering. New York: The Prang Company, 1916.

 

 

 

Taubes, Frederic. Taubes on Painting Media. Cincinnati: Permanent Pigments, Inc., 1962.

 

 

 

Weber, F.W. Artists' Pigments: Their Chemical and Physical Properties. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1923.

 

 

 

 

 

Mills, Milling, Wheat, Bread

 

 

Oversize Box 12

Amos, Percy A. Processes of Flour Manufacture. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1912.

 

 

 

Beardsley, Josephine Brandenburg. From Wheat to Flour. Chicago: Wheat Flour Institute, 1937.

 

 

 

Bradford, Betty. Tested Recipes from "The Woman's Hour." San Antonio: Pioneer Flour Mills, n.d.

 

 

 

Bucks County Historical Society. A Collection of Papers Read before the Bucks County Historical Society, Volume V. Meadville, Pa.: The Tribune Publishing Co., 1926.

 

 

 

Bucks County Historical Society. Papers Read before the Society and other Historical Papers, Volume VII. Allentown, Pa.: Berkemeyer-Keck Co., 1937.

 

 

 

Buhler Brothers. References from the Milling Industry. n.p., n.d.

 

 

 

Buhler Brothers Engineering Works. Mill Construction since 1870. n.p., n.d.

 

 

 

Castonguay, A. Harold. Two Men on a Mill. South Yarmouth, Mass.: The Wayside Studio, 1962.

 

 

 

Coggeshall, Charles P. "Some Old Rhode Island Grist Mills," Bulletin of the Newport Historical Society 39 (January 1922) 39

 

 

 

The Consolidated Grain Milling Catalogs, Third Edition, 1932-33. Chicago: National Miller Publications, Inc., 1932.

 

 

 

Crowson, Margaret M. Enriched Corn Meal and Grits Recipes. Circular 69. Clemson, S.C.: South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station of Clemson Agricultural College, 1945.

 

 

 

Dale, Jane. Wheat for my Bread. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.: Artists and Writers Guild, 1938. 2 copies.

 

 

 

Evans, Oliver. The Young Mill-Wright and Miller's Guide. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1832.

 

 

 

From Wheat to Flour. Chicago: Millers' National Federation, 1950.

 

 

 

Flour Milling. San Antonio: Pioneer Flour Mills, n.d. 8 copies.

 

 

 

Flour Milling. San Antonio: Pioneer Flour Mills, n.d.

 

 

 

Gray, James. Business Without Boundary: The Story of General Mills. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1954.

 

 

 

The Hagley Museum: A Chronicle of America's Industrial Heritage. Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation, Inc., 1963.

 

 

 

History of Flour Milling in Texas and a Description of Modern Milling. San Antonio: Pioneer Flour Mills, [1938]. 8 copies.

 

 

 

Jacob, H.E. Six Thousand Years of Bread. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1944.

 

 

 

Kozmin, Peter A. Flour Milling. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1920.

 

 

 

McCollum, E.V. Present Day Knowledge of Foods. Chicago: Wheat Flour Institute, n.d.

 

 

 

100 Years: Buhler Brothers, Switzerland. Buhler Brothers, n.d.

 

 

 

An Outline of the Simon Engineering Group. n.p., n.d.

 

 

Oversize box 13

Payne, Lloyd. The Miller in Eighteenth-Century Virginia. Williamsburg, N.C.: Colonial Williamsburg, 1958.

 

 

 

Pioneer Recipes. San Antonio: Pioneer Flour Mills, n.d. 11 copies.

 

 

 

Pioneer Recipes. San Antonio: Pioneer Flour Mills, [1964?]. 7 copies.

 

 

 

Snyder, Clara Gebhard. Large Quantity Bread Recipes. Chicago: Wheat Flour Institute, 1944.

 

 

 

Snyder, Clara Gebhard. A Primer of Bread Baking. Chicago: Wheat Flour Institute, n.d.

 

 

 

Snyder, Harry. Bread. Minneapolis: The Miller Publishing Co., 1927.

 

 

 

Teacher's Outline for a Unit of Work on Wheat and Flour. Chicago: Wheat Flour Institute, n.d.

 

 

 

Teachers Outline for a Unit of Work on Wheat and Flour for Intermediate Grades. Chicago: Wheat Flour Institute, n.d.

 

 

 

Through Silken Sieve. Chicago: Wheat Flour Institute, n.d.

 

 

 

Weiss, Harry B. and Robert J. Sim. The Early Grist and Flouring Mills of New Jersey. Trenton, N.J.: New Jersey Agricultural Society, 1956.

 

 

 

What do you Really Know About Bread? New York: Standard Brands, Inc., 1936.

 

 

 

Wimberly, C.W. Stone Milling and Whole Grain Cooking. Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones Press, 1965.

 

 

 

 

 

Texas

 

 

Oversize box 13

El Abrazo. 1968.

 

 

 

Aniol, Claude B. San Antonio: City of Missions. New York: Hastings House, 1942.

 

 

 

Chabot, Frederick C. Mission la Purissima Concepcion. San Antonio: The Naylor Co., 1935.

 

 

 

Chabot, Frederick C. Presidio de Texas at the Place Called San Antonio. San Antonio: Naylor Printing Co., 1929.

 

 

 

Chabot, Frederick C. San Fernando: The Villa Capital of the Province of Texas. San Antonio: Naylor Printing Co., 1930.

 

 

 

Gideon, Samuel A. Fredericksburg: A Little German Town in the Lone Star State. Fredericksburg, Tex.: Gillespie County Historical Society, n.d.

 

 

 

Harris, Ethel Wilson. San José Mission: Queen of the Missions. 10th edition. San Antonio: Ethel Wilson Harris, 1942.

 

 

 

Hill, Robert T. and T. Wayland Vaughn. Geology of the Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande Plain Adjacent to Austin and San Antonio, Texas. n.p., n.d.

 

 

 

Historic San Antonio, 1700-1900. San Antonio: San Antonio Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 1963.

 

 

 

Hurst, Regina Beckmann. Literal Translation of Diary and Letters of Carl Hilmar Guenther. San Antonio: The Clegg Co., 1952

 

 

 

Ilg, John. San Jose: Queen of the Missions. San Antonio: Franciscan Fathers, 1937.

 

 

 

Lawler, Ruth Curry. The Story of Castroville. 1957.

 

 

 

Leaves From a San Antonio Sketch Book. San Antonio: South Texas National Bank, n.d.

 

 

 

Nix, Helen Bollons. San Antonio de Valero or, The Alamo and Mission San Jose on the San Antonio. San Antonio: Naylor Printing Co., 1929.

 

 

 

Picturesque San Antonio: Where Life is Different. San Antonio: Municipal Information Bureau, n.d.

 

 

 

A Review by the San Antonio Conservation Society of its Aims and Accomplishments, Awards, Tributes, and Citations. San Antonio: San Antonio Conservation Society, 1970.

 

 

 

Schmitz, Joseph W. Mission Concepcion. Waco: Texian Press, 1965.

 

 

 

See San Antonio. San Antonio: San Antonio Advertising Commission, n.d.

 

 

 

Shuffler, R. Henderson. Winedale Inn. Reprinted from The Texas Quarterly, Summer 1965.

 

 

 

Simonds, Frederic William. The Geography of Texas: Physical and Political. Boston: Ginn and Co., 1905.

 

 

 

Souvenir Guide of San Antonio, Texas, the Alamo City. San Antonio: Weiner News Agency, n.d.

 

 

 

The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide. Dallas: A.H. Belo Corporation, 1936.

 

 

 

Texas--South-West--Misc.: Catalog Number 250. Waco, Tex.: W.M. Morrison Books, 1967.

 

 

 

The Year Book of the San Antonio Conservation Society, 1924-1936. San Antonio, 1936.

 

 

 

 

 

General

 

 

Oversize box 13

A Catalog of the World Famous N.H. Rose Collection of Old Time Photographs of the Frontier. Houston: Ed Bartholomew, 1952.

 

 

 

Cooper, Oscar H., et al. History of Our Country: A Text-Book for Schools. Boston: Ginn and Co., 1903.

 

 

 

Crisis in Rubber. B.F. Goodrich Co., 1943.

 

 

 

Dutton, Bertha P., ed. The Indians of New Mexico. New Mexico Department of Development, n.d.

 

 

 

Dutton, Bertha P., ed. Indians of the Southwest. Santa Fe: New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs, 1958.

 

 

 

Gante, Pablo C. de. The Archaeological Zone of Teotihuacan. México: Ediciones Botas, 1935.

 

 

 

Granados, Rafael Garcia and Luis MacGregor. Huejotzingo: La Ciudad y el Convento Franciscano. México: Talleres Graficos de la Nacion, 1934.

 

 

 

Herff, Ferdinand P. Cherry Blossoms and Snowflakes. 1959.

 

 

 

Herff, Ferdinand P. Dapples of Light and Darkness. 1954.

 

 

 

Herff, Ferdinand P. Sketches from a Notebook. 1958.

 

 

 

Koehler, Otto A. Ku-Winda. San Antonio: The Clegg Co., 1956.

 

 

 

Lester, Katherine Morris. Historic Costume. Peoria, Ill.: The Manual Arts Press, 1925.

 

 

 

Mission Churches of New Mexico. New Mexico State Tourist Bureau, n.d.

 

 

 

The Panama Canal. n.p., n.d.  Enclosed postcards.

 

 

 

Preserving America's Heritage. Washington: National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings, n.d.

 

 

 

A Sunset Discovery Book: Mexico. Menlo Park, Calif.: Lane Publishing Co, 1959.

 

 

 

Thornborough, Laura. The Great Smoky Mountains. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1942.

 

 

 

Waugh, Ida. Over the Hills: A Collection of Juvenile Pictures In Colors. New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1882. Enclosed sheet music.

 

 

 

            See also separation sheets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

XV. Photographs

 

 

 

Photoprints

 

 

Photo files

Alamo: 3 prints

 

 

 

Battle of Flowers Parade, 1936: 2 prints

 

 

 

Black Creek Pioneer Village: 5 prints, 3 postcards

 

 

 

Bosshardt Saloon: 1 print

 

 

 

Charros: 1 print

 

 

 

Clothing, Western (children's): 1 print

 

 

 

Ditches Notebook: 31 prints, 3 stereographs

 

 

 

Floods: 1 print (missing)

 

 

 

Girl: 1 print

 

 

 

House: 1 print

 

 

 

Indians, Plains: 2 stereographs

 

 

 

Military: 1 print

 

 

 

Mills--miscellaneous:

 

 

 

Koester's Mill, New Braunfels, ca. 1870: 1 stereograph

 

 

 

Manos and Metates: 1 print

 

 

 

Mission Concepción: 5 prints

 

 

 

Mission Espada: 1 print

 

 

 

Mission Fresco Paintings: 21 prints

 

 

 

Mission San José: 8 prints, 1 stereograph

 

 

 

Mission San José--Mill: 31 prints

 

 

 

Missions--Miscellaneous: 1 print, 5 postcards

 

 

 

Oil Wells: 1 stereograph

 

 

 

Old Buildings Scrapbook: 11 prints

 

 

 

Old Mills Notebook: 18 prints

 

 

 

Park: 1 print, 4 stereographs

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills: 1 print

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills--Construction, 1967: 4 prints

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills--Employees: 3 prints

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills--Equipment, plant, etc.: 3 prints

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills--Floats, Trade Parade: 3 prints

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills 100th Anniversary

 

 

 

Pages 1-10: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 11: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 12: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 13: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 14: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 15: 2 prints

 

 

 

Page 16: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 17: 8 prints

 

 

 

Page 18: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 19: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 20: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 21: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 22: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 23: 10 prints

 

 

 

Page 24: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 25: 1 print

 

 

 

Page 26: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 27: 9 prints

 

 

 

Page 28: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 29: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 30: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 31: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 32: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 33: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 34: 8 prints

 

 

 

Page 35: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 36: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 37: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 38: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 39: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 40: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 41: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 42: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 43: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 44: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 45: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 46: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 47: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 48: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 49: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 50: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 51: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 52: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 53: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 54: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 55: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 56: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 57: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 58: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 59: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 60: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 61: 2 prints

 

 

 

Page 62: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 63: 1 print

 

 

 

Page 64: 8 prints

 

 

 

Page 65: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 66: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 67: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 68: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 69: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 70: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 71: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 72: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 73: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 74: 7 prints

 

 

 

Page 75: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 76: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 77: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 78: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 79: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 80: 5 prints

 

 

 

Page 81: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 82: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 83: missing

 

 

 

Page 84: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 85: 6 prints

 

 

 

Page 86: 3 prints

 

 

 

Page 87: 4 prints

 

 

 

Page 88: 2 prints

 

 

 

Page 91: 4 prints

 

 

 

Pages 92-93: 8 prints

 

 

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills Scrapbook: 22 prints

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills--Transportation: 6 prints

 

 

 

Ranch Subjects: 2 stereographs

 

 

 

San Antonio River: 7 prints

 

 

 

Schuchard, Carl--Illustrations: 16 prints, 11 negatives

 

 

 

Schuchard, Ernst: 1 print

 

 

 

Stereoptican views: 4 stereographs

 

 

 

Streets: 3 prints

 

 

 

Telephone: 1 print

 

 

 

Transportation: 6 prints, 1 stereograph

 

 

 

Wheat: 7 prints

 

 

 

 

 

Stereographs

 

 

Stereo- graphs

Alamo Plaza-Rough Riders: 4 stereographs

 

 

 

Alamo Plaza: 3 stereographs

 

 

 

Austin: Travis County Courthouse: 1 stereograph

 

 

 

Galveston: 2 stereographs

 

 

 

Mission Concepción: 1 stereograph

 

 

 

Mission San José: 11 stereographs

 

 

 

San Fernando Cathedral: 1 stereograph

 

 

 

 

 

Panoramic photographs

 

 

Panoramic photos

San Antonio, from the Pioneer Flour Mills elevator, 1934 April 21: 1 panoramic photo 10" x 72"

 

 

 

 

 

Negatives box 1

 

 

Negatives

Alamo: 3 negatives.

 

 

 

Alamo Plaza: 2 negatives

 

 

 

Photo album pages: 2 negatives (folder #)

 

 

 

"Ditches" scrapbook: 20 negatives

 

 

 

Ditches and acequias, including houses and property located on ditches: 19 negatives

 

 

 

Family and trips

 

 

 

Hunting group: 4 negatives

 

 

 

Group photo: 1 negative

 

 

 

Group photos: 4 negatives

 

 

 

Two men, 1897: 1 negative

 

 

 

Gatherings: 4 negatives

 

 

 

E.R. Guenther: 7 negatives

 

 

 

Children: 1 negative

 

 

 

Schuchard family: 51 negatives

 

 

 

Hermann Schuchard residence: 9 negatives

 

 

 

Schuchard family (?): 9 negatives

 

 

 

Picnic gathering: 6 negatives

 

 

 

"Stevens and others": 73 negatives

 

 

 

Christmas 1916: 24 negatives

 

 

 

Trips, Hoboken, N.J.; Stevens 1917; Murdock's-Larsdown, Pa.: 94 negatives

 

 

 

Cedar Creek, July 1916: 39 negatives

 

 

 

Enchanted Mountain, 1915: 33 negatives

 

 

 

Family and trips

 

 

 

Colorado, 1914: 53 negatives

 

 

 

West Indies, 1925: 84 negatives

 

 

 

Government posts

 

 

 

Fort Sam Houston: 2 negatives

 

 

 

Arsenal: 1 negative

 

 

 

Military Plaza: 1 negative

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

 

 

Dining room: 2 negatives

 

 

 

Unidentified men: 1 negative

 

 

 

Clothing, Western: 1 negative

 

 

 

Telephone: 1 negative

 

 

 

Trades Parade, Pioneer Flour Mills float: 4 negatives

 

 

 

Longhorn: 1 negative

 

 

 

Branding irons: 1 negative

 

 

 

Ship: 1 negative

 

 

 

Mexican beggar, illustration: 1 negative

 

 

 

Cactus: 1 negative

 

 

 

Unidentified: 1 negative

 

 

 

Oil wells, Beaumont, Texas: 1 negative

 

 

 

"Old Buildings" scrapbook: 60 negatives

 

 

 

Old houses and early buildings: 11 negatives

 

 

 

"Old Mills" scrapbook: 29 negatives

 

 

 

Old mills: 6 negatives

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills scrapbook: 32 negatives

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills: 11 negatives

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills: 105 negatives

 

 

 

Pioneer Flour Mills trucks: 4 negatives

 

 

 

San Antonio River at Pioneer Flour Mills: 6 negatives

 

 

 

River: 3 negatives

 

 

 

San Antonio River bridges: 3 negatives

 

 

 

Vehicles and horses: 14 negatives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Negatives Box 2

 

 

Negatives

Photographs of prints

 

 

 

Aribaca: 1 negative

 

 

 

Mission Concepción: 7 negatives

 

 

 

"Concepción" Mission notebook: 2 negatives

 

 

 

Mission Espada: 2 negatives

 

 

 

Mission San José: 19 negatives

 

 

 

San José Mission scrapbook: 11 negatives, 2 slides

 

 

 

"San José Mill" notebook: 25 negatives

 

 

 

Mission San Juan: 1 negative

 

 

 

Mission frescoes: 31 negatives

 

 

 

Mission, unidentified: 1 negative

 

 

 

Mission Concepción: 3 glass plate negatives

 

 

 

San José Mission: 1 glass plate negative

 

 

 

Aqueducts: 4 glass plate negatives

 

 

 

Miscellaneous: 5 glass plate negatives

 

 

 

 

 

Separated items: books and pamphlets

 

Ambrosio de Letinez, or the First Texian Novel. Austin: The Steck Co., 1967.

 

Brooks, Charles Mattoon. Texas Missions: Their Romance and Architecture. Dallas: Dealey and Lowe, 1936.

 

Chabot, Frederick C. San Antonio and its Beginnings. San Antonio: Naylor Printing Co., 1931. 

 

Davis, M.E.M. Under Six Flags: The Story of Texas. Boston: Ginn and Co., 1897. 

 

Duell, Prent. Mission Architecture: As Exemplified in San Xavier del Bac. Tucson, Ariz.: Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, 1919.

 

Gruening, Ernest. Mexico and its Heritage. New York: The Century Co., 1928. 

 

Hallenbeck, Cleve. Spanish Missions of the Old Southwest. Garden City: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1926. 

 

Hawthorne, Hildegarde. California's Missions: Their Romance and Beauty. New York: D. Appleton-Century Co., 1942. 

 

Hoermann, Alto S. The Daughter of Tehuan, or Texas of the Past Century. San Antonio: Standard Printing Co., 1932. 

 

Hoermann, Alto. Die Tochter Tehuans, oder Texas im Vorigen Jahrhundert. San Antonio: Texas Free Press Publishing Co., 1929. 

 

Kilham, Walter H. Mexican Architecture of the Vice-Regal Period. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1927. 

 

Madlem, Wilma. San Jose Mission: Its Legends, Lore and History. San Antonio: The Naylor Co., 1934 

 

My First Cookbook. Sugar Land, Tex.: Imperial Sugar Co., 1959.

 

Smith, Frances Rand. The Mission of San Antonio de Padua (California). Stanford University: Stanford University Press, 1932. 

 

Vaillant, George C. Indian Arts in North America. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1939.

 

Velásquez Chávez, Agustín. Indice de la Pintura Mexicana Contemporanea. Mexico: Ediciones Arte Mexicano, 1935.

 

 

 

Separated items: maps

 

Finder Map of Greater San Antonio. San Antonio: Southwell Map Co., [194-]

 

Gillespie County. n.p., n.d.

 

Index to Topographic Mapping in Texas.  Washington: United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey, 1950.

 

A Map of Historical Homes and Buildings Throughout Texas. Humble Oil and Refining Co., n.d.

 

Map of San Antonio and Suburbs, Centennial Issue. San Antonio: Southwell Map Co., [1936].

 

New Bexar County and Texas Highway Map. San Antonio: San Antonio Map Co., 1928. 

 

Rand, McNally and Co.'s Texas. Chicago: Rand McNally and Co., 1893. 

 

Sanders, J.J. Scenic Road Map of Comal County, Texas and Adjacent Areas. 1955.

 

Tamayo, Jorge L. Carta General del Estado de Chihuahua. México, D.F.: Libreria Patria, 1943.

 

Texaco Road Map: Texas, Oklahoma. Chicago: Rand McNally and Co., [ca.1936].

 

Udden, J.A., et al. Geological Map of Texas. University of Texas. Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology, 1916.

 

Udden, J.A., et al. Geological Map of Texas (Revised Edition). University of Texas. Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology, 1919.

 

 

Separated items: newspapers

 

[Fredericksburg] The Radio Post, May 4, 1967, Vol. 45, No. 43.

 

Special issue on the renovation and dedication of the old Gillespie County Courthouse.