“The Carter Home 108 Auditorium Circle” – 1980 Tour Pamphlet
“Maverick-Carter House” – The Victorian Society in America 2012
Maverick Carter House Museum Library
Carter, Aline B. Doubt Not the Dream. The Naylor Company, 1968.
Carter, Aline B. Halo of Love. Avalon Press, 1946.
Carter, Aline B. Journey through the Milky Way. Unpublished Manuscript.
Carter, Aline B. Light Beyond the Hills. Unpublished Manuscript.
Carter, Aline B. “Pinions of Love.” Wings Over Chaos, edited by Lilith Lorraine, pp. 19–25.
Carter, Aline B. “[Three Poems].” In Memory of the Old Guard, edited by Julia Glass, pp. XX-XX.
Carter, Aline B. “Vers Cette Nuit Lointaine.” La Poesie Contemporaine Aux Etats-Unis, edited by Jacques Cardonnet, Editions De La Revue Moderne, 1962, pp. 33.
Carter, Randolph L. Love Lines To Muriel. 1960.
Driscoll, Clara. In the Shadow of the Alamo. Illustrated by Florence Eagar. The Knickerbocker Press, 1906.
Edwards, Margaret Royalty. Poets Laureate of Texas 1932-1966. The Naylor Company, 1966, pp. 43-48.
“Mrs. Eager Interview.” Interview by Leona Bender. Featuring Sarah Riddle Eagar. WOAI Radio 16 Inch Transcription Recording. Clear Channel, 1942.
Maverick, Mary A. Memoirs of Mary A. Maverick. Edited by Rena Maverick Green, Alamo Printing Company, 1921.
Ransom, Ralph. Steps on the Stairway. Better World Books, 1981.
External Resources & Links
Selected Architecture & History Resources
Allen, Paula. San Antonio Then and Now. Thunder Bay Press, 2005.
Burkholder, Mary V. Down the Acequia Madre: in the King William Historic District. Burkholder, 1976.
Burkholder, Mary V. The King William Area: A History and Guide to the Houses. King William Association, 1973.
Fisher, Lewis F. Saving San Antonio: The Preservation of a Heritage. Texas Tech University Press, 1996.
Fisher, Lewis F. St. Mark’s Episcopal Church: 150 Years of Ministry in Downtown San Antonio 1858-2008. Maverick Publishing Company, 2008, pp. 4, 71, 98, 128.
Fisher, Lewis F., and Maria Watson Pfeiffer. San Antonio Architecture: Traditions and Visions. American Institute of Architects San Antonio, 2007.
Frost, Susan Toomey. Colors on Clay: Tiles from the San José Workshops. Trinity University Press, 2009.
George, Mary Carolyn Hollers. The Architectural Legacy of Alfred Giles: Selected Restorations. Trinity Univ. Press, 2006, pp. 68-71.
Hagner, Lillie May. Alluring San Antonio: Through the Eyes of an Artist. Clemens Print. Co, 1947.
Hendricks, Barbara Dean, and Emily Denman Thuss. The Building Arts of South Texas: Stories of Endangered Building Arts & the Craftsmen Who Keep Them Alive. Franklin Scribes, 2015.
Jutson, Mary Carolyn Hollers. Alfred Giles: an English Architect in Texas and Mexico. Trinity Univ. Press, 1972, pp. 62.
Langford, David K., and Lorie Woodward Cantu. Hillingdon Ranch: Four Seasons, Six Generations. Texas A&M University Press, 2013.
Robinson, Willard B. Gone From Texas: Our Lost Architectural Heritage. Texas A&M University Press, 1981.
Shannon, Bud, et al. This Is San Antonio / Asi Es San Antonio. Freymann and Associates, Inc., 1982.
Steinfeldt, Cecilia. San Antonio Was – Seen Through a Magic Lantern: Views from the Slide Collection of Albert Steves, Sr. San Antonio Museum Association, 1978.
Valentine, Maggie. John H. Kampmann: Master Builder – San Antonio’s German Influence in the 19th Century. Beaufort Books, 2014.
Selected Art History Resources
Halff, Harry A., et al. Julian Onderdonk: A Catalogue Raisonné. The Museum of Fine Arts, 2016.
McGuire, James Patrick. Iwonski in Texas: Painter and Citizen. San Antonio Museum Association, 1976.
Pinckney, Pauline A. Painting in Texas. Amon Carter Museum of Art, 1970.
Sandweiss, Martha A., et al. Eyewitness to War: Prints and Daguerreotypes of the Mexican War, 1846-1848. Amon Carter Museum, 1989.
Steinfeldt, Cecilia. Art for Historys Sake: The Texas Collection of the San Antonio Museum Association. Texas State Historical Association for the San Antonio Museum Association, 1993.
O’Neill, Mora Dianne. The Artists’ Halifax: Portraits of the Town and Harbour through 250 Years. Formac Publishing Company, 2003.
O’Neill, Mora Dianne. “William Eagar: Artist and Gentleman.” Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society Journal, vol. 6, 2003, pp. 65–91.
Piers, Harry. “Artists in Nova Scotia.” Nova Scotia Historical Society, vol. 18, 1914, pp. 101–165.
Library of Congress
Photo, Print, Drawing – Drawings from Survey HABS TX-3497
National Park Service – Charles E. Peterson Prize
National Register of Historic Places
Listing – TEXAS, BEXAR COUNTY, Maverick–Carter House, 119 Taylor St., San Antonio, 98000844, LISTED, 7/21/98
University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries
Laurel, Letty. “A Family’s Legacy, A San Antonio Story.” Sombrilla Magazine. Vol. 25, No. 2., University of Texas at San Antonio. Summer 2009, pp. 22–25.
UTSA “Aline B. Carter Family Papers” – A Guide to the Aline B. Carter Family Papers, 1823-2003 (bulk 1840-1955)
UTSA Libraries Digital Collections. “Eagar House, 434 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas.” General Photograph Collection. Urban Renewal Project 5 (HemisFair site)
UTSA Libraries Digital Collections. “Eagar House, 434 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas.” [Second] General Photograph Collection. Urban Renewal Project 5 (HemisFair site)
UTSA Libraries Digital Collections. “Sarah Eager” General Photograph Collection. Painting. Louise Wueste. Witte Museum. [Note – Misidentified. Though Mrs. Stella E. Tyler told David Carter, the painting is not of Sarah Eagar. Incorrect spelling.]
UTSA Libraries Digital Collections. “Eagar House Dependency, 434 1/2 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas.” General Photograph Collection. Urban Renewal Project 5 (HemisFair site)
UTSA Libraries Digital Collections. “Robert Eager” General Photograph Collection. Painting. Carl G. von Iwonski. [Incorrect spelling.]
UTSA “Emma Martin Carter Papers” – A Guide to the Emma Martin Carter papers, 1896-1958
UTSA “Alfred Giles Family Papers” – Alfred Giles Family Papers, 1861-1955, 1972-1989
“Interview with Ethel Wilson Harris, 1976” – Audio of interview with Ethel Wilson Harris. Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
University of Texas at Austin Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
UT “Maverick Family Papers” – A Guide to the Maverick Family Papers, 1660-[circa 1980s]
UT “Maury Maverick, Sr., Collection” – A Guide to the Maury Maverick, Sr., Collection
UT “Maury Maverick Jr., Papers” – A Guide to the Maury Maverick Jr., Papers, [ca. 1835-2000]
UT “Rena Maverick Green Papers” – A Guide to the Rena Maverick Green Papers, 1924-1959
UT “John Twohig Papers” – A Guide to the John Twohig Papers, 1835-1944
UT “Solms-Braunfels Archives” – A Guide to the Solms-Braunfels Archives, 1842-1957
UT “John Salmon ‘Rip’ Ford Papers” – A Guide to the John Salmon “Rip” Ford Papers, circa 1836-1896
UT “Alfred Giles: An Inventory of his Drawings” – Alfred Giles: An Inventory of his Drawings, 1878-1907
University of the Incarnate Word
“Alfred Giles” by Frank W. Jennings 1992
Sul Ross State University
Smith, Mildred. “The Poets Laureate of Texas,” Sul Ross State College, 1959. (Thesis)
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Yates, Bill. “Aline B. Carter, ‘The Angel of St. Mark’s’.” The Messenger. Vol. 97, Issue 15, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. August 28, 2008, pp. 3–4.
Poetry Society of Texas
“Past Poets Laureate of Texas” – History
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
DRT “Riddle and Eagar Families Papers” – A Guide to the Riddle and Eagar Families Papers, 1840-1945
DRT “Eagar Family Papers” – A Guide to the Eagar Family Papers, 1866-1966
DRT “Sarah Eagar and Florence Eagar Roberts Alamo Papers” – A Guide to the Sarah Eagar and Florence Eagar Roberts Alamo Papers, 1905-1913 and undated
DRT “Florence Eagar Roberts Papers” – A Guide to the Florence Eagar Roberts Papers, 1905-1944
Avery, Laura Maverick Graves. Black Velvet and Diamonds: The Life of Emilie Virginia Chilton Maverick, A Biography and Transcription of Her Letters. [S.l.]: Laura Maverick Graves Avery, 2004.
DRT “Samuel Augustus Maverick Family Papers” – A Guide to the Samuel Augustus Maverick Family Papers, 1836-1909
DRT “Maverick Family Papers” – A Guide to the Maverick Family Papers, 1840-1980
DRT “Samuel Augustus Maverick Letter, 1861” – A Guide to the Samuel Augustus Maverick Letter, 1861
DRT “Samuel Maverick, Jr. Letter, 1912” – A Guide to the Samuel Maverick, Jr. Letter, 1912
DRT “Albert and Jane Lewis Maury Maverick Papers” – A Guide to the Albert and Jane Lewis Maury Maverick Papers, 1927-1954
DRT “Lucy Maverick Letters” – A Guide to the Lucy Maverick Letters, 1913-1941
DRT “Maury Maverick, Jr. Research Papers, 1857-1964” – A Guide to the Maury Maverick, Jr. Research Papers, 1857-1964
DRT “Maury Maverick, Jr. Papers on the Reinterment of Joseph H. Barnard, 1979-1982”– A Guide to the Maury Maverick, Jr. Papers on the Reinterment of Joseph H. Barnard, 1979-1982
DRT “John W. Smith Papers” – Col 917 John W. Smith Papers, 1822-1934
Tobin and Anne Armstrong Texas Ranger Research Center
Texas State Library Archives
Texas Poets Laureate 1947-1949
“John Salmon Ford” – An Inventory of the John Salmon Ford Papers at the Texas State Archives, 1858-1866, 1870-1876, 1883-1896, undated, bulk 1861-1865
“Texas Governor Beauford H. Jester” – An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1946-1949
New York Public Library
Maverick Family Papers, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library.
Lola Maverick Lloyd Papers, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library.
University of Virginia
Papers of Jane Lewis Maury Maverick, ca. 1887, 1927-1944, Accession #1946, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Rheinland-Pfalz State Archive
[Prince Carl of Solms Diary] (See Also: Library of Congress facsimiles from German archives)
“Maverick Carter House”
The Portal to Texas History
434 South Alamo Lot No. 211-Eager House, photograph, 196u; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66391/), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.
434 South Alamo Lot No. 211-single family dwelling, photograph, 196u; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66390/), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.
Texas State Historical Association – Texas Almanac
State Poets Laureate 1947-1949
“Poet Laureate” – TSHA
“La Villita Earthworks” – TSHA
“Giles, Alfred” – TSHA
Bexar County Historical Commission
City of San Antonio
“Ethel Wilson Harris House” – Mission Trails Historic Sites
The Living New Deal
“Artist: Ethel Wilson Harris” – San Antonio River Walk Tile Plaques – San Antonio TX
Tile Heritage Foundation
“W.P.A.-Era Mural to Return to River” – San Antonio River Foundation
“San Jose Tiles and Pottery” – SusanFrost.org
Public Broadcasting Company (PBS) KLRN
“HemisFair” – San Antonio Remembered. 8/04/2010. Approximately 01:28:59. Marlene Richardson. KLRN.
NASA Johnson Space Center Astronomical Society
San Antonio News Articles:
San Antonio Express News Articles
“Cityscape: Maverick-Carter House” by Francisco Vara-Orta 1/12/2013
“Carter House: Hidden jewel of the concrete jungle” by Lauri Gray Eaton, Managing Editor 11/17/2011
“A Tour of the Tobin Center” by Nancy Cook-Monroe 8/15/2013
“Tile artists captured city’s essence” by Steve Bennett 9/12/2009
“San Antonio’s historic downtown Maverick Carter House a Victorian time capsule” by Steve Bennett 7/29/2018
“A force of nature: Ethel Wilson Harris” by Lily Casura 6/25/2017
“Architect Alfred Giles’ work admired by many” by Silvia Foster-Frau 10/20/2017
“Cityscape: The Original HemisFair Buñuelos company” by Neal Morton 1/12/2014
“Buñuelos — a lucky holiday tradition” by Chris Waters Dunn 12/29/2010
“Buñuelos bring luck and tradition” by Julie Cohen 4/7/2016
“Alfred Giles, Architect” by Janet W. Harris 9/1998
“Days of Heaven – Celebrating the charms of hidden chapels along the roadside” by Dee Jacques Moynihan. Photographs by Laurence Parent 8/2008
“Before There Were Mavericks, There Was Texas Legend Sam Maverick” by Gene Fowler. Photographs by Will van Overbeek 8/2018
“Historic Maverick Carter Family Home Opens to the Public” by Shari Biediger 10/20/2018
Texas Public Radio
“Whitley Strieber On Shrunken Heads And Wonder “ by Paul Flahive 9/10/2018
“HemisFair ’68 Revisited: Event That Transformed San Antonio” by Jack Morgan 10/5/2018
“Historic Maverick-Carter House Now Open To Public” by Brian Kirkpatrick 10/12/2018
West Kerr Current
“Giles’ life as architect also filled with family devotion” by Irene Van Winkle 2006
Port Aransas News Articles:
Chapel On The Dunes
“Texas coast chapels offer peace, solitude” by Dee Jacques Moynihan 9/2/2001
Corpus Christi Caller Times
Port A South Jetty
Dallas Morning News
“Get married at the tiny Port Aransas’ Chapel on the Dunes” by Elaine Kollaja 9/2012