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Scope and Content: Relates primarily to the land development activities of John J. and Roy P. Conway in the Mission, Texas area. A number of items are concerned with additional business activities other than real estate. There is also a group of personal and family-related documents. A small group of photographs documents mostly family activities, but includes a few business-related images also. The collection contains two books that belonged to members of the Conway family.
Scope and Content: Mission Times newspaper, Friday, 13 Feb 1925, containing an article regarding the laying of the cornerstone and placement of the time capsule. List of signatures on Mission Public Schools stationery. Probably names of Masons who attended the laying of the cornerstone. List of school board members. Roster of principal and teachers. Rosters of students in each of grades one through seven. First Grade, North Mission Grammar School. A roster of students as of 13 Feb 1925. Collection of poems and stories by Thomas Elmore Lucey.
Scope and Content: Thirty-two yearbooks published by the Texas Citrus and Vegetable Growers and Shippers in conjunction with their annual conventions. Years 1944 through 1980 are represented, with the exception of 1945, 1947, 1952, 1957, and 1962. Several contained additional loose materials tucked between the pages.