"Thanks to a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences, the Texas State Library and Archives has digitized a collection of 3900 large-format drawings documenting park development and construction activities by the CCC that took place in Texas from 1933-1958. The majority of plans and drawings were prepared by National Park Service staff, with later materials prepared by the staff of the Texas State Parks Board. Many of the drawings are extremely fragile. Most are pencil drawings on tracing vellum; other plans are done in black ink on linen, with some diazo copies and blueprints also present."
"Provides access to "finding aids" from archives and libraries across Texas. Consider these an extended table of contents which describe unique materials only available at the individual repositories. In most cases, the collections themselves are NOT available online"
An online exhibition from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission provides background on tribes and key events in Indian relations in Texas since first contact in the 16th century. The exhibition features materials from Texas Indian Papers at the Texas State Library and Archives, supplemented by other collections.