Education in the Texas Panhandle
Photographs, published material, and documents show the evolution of education in the twenty-six counties of the Texas Panhandle, from the late nineteenth century through 1930. Students, teachers, organizations and schools are documented, showing a range of activities at rural schools, small-town academies, and colleges. Items have been selected from across the museum’s archival collections and digitized with the assistance of the Train to Share program of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, funded by an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant, and hosted by the Portal to Texas History.
Kay Shuey Palm photograph collection
Showing farming and ranching activities, community events, and family outings, this selection of photographs comes from the collection of Kay Shuey Palm (1885-1946) of Armstrong County, Texas. Dating from 1911-1934, images include scenes of the Shuey and Palm family homes, local communities, and other places around the Texas Panhandle. Digitized and hosted by the Portal to Texas History through a Rescuing Texas History grant from the University of North Texas.