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The collection was purchased from the widow of Mexico City antiquarian book and coin dealer Jesús Sánchez Garza, deposited in the UTSA Library at the time of its purchase, and placed on indefinite loan in 1979.Carmen Perry, first archivist for the collection, and later Isabel de Pedro Solis, Professor of Spanish, worked for twenty-five years to compile an index-card catalog of this collection.The collection is physically organized into three series. Government documents include items by or about the Kings of Spain; two emperors of Mexico (Iturbide and Maximillian); Viceroys of Mexico; Presidents of Mexico and the United States.The first series is organized initially by office; then by name of the individual King, Pope, Viceroy or President; and lastly by date.
The collection includes government documents, financial records, legal petitions, political and ecclesiastical decrees, wills and legal testaments, and personal and business letters.The Permission to publish material from the Sons of the Republic of Texas Kathryn Stoner O’Connor Mexican Manuscript Collection must be obtained from the Sons of the Republic of Texas.Contact the Sons organization at: SRT Headquarters, 1717 Eighth Street, Bay City, Texas, 77414, Attention: SRT/O'Connor Collection, Telephone: 979-245-6644, Fax: 979-244-3819 The collection was purchased circa 1976-1977, by the Sons of the Republic of Texas, under the guidance of San Antonio archivist Miss Carmen Perry.In 2004, the SRT obtained additional funding from the Summerlee Foundation to continue the project for two more years and expand the information in the database.The resulting product was a searchable electronic database of the collection.
This extensive and detailed card catalog system served as the basis for the creation of the electronic database in 2002.