OST Development Across the American Continent, South Central Motor News by Harral Ayres

Item

Title

OST Development Across the American Continent, South Central Motor News by Harral Ayres

Description

Newspaper article by Ayres detailing the history of the OST from the days of European Colonialism to the modern OST Association and highway.

Spatial Coverage

Gulf of Mexico
St. Augustine (Florida)
San Diego (California)
Old Spanish Trail
The East
The West
Mexican Borderlands
Florida
California
Georgia
South Carolina
San Antonio (Texas)
Tuscon (Arizona)
Nogales (Arizona)
Western Mexico
New Mexico
El Paso Valley
South Texas
East Texas
Sonoma (California)
Louisiana
Biloxi (Mississippi)
Mobile (Alabama)
Mississippi River
Red River (Texas)
Mobile River
New Orleans (Louisiana)
New Iberia (Louisiana)
St. Martinville (Louisiana)
Tulsa (Oklahoma)
Pensacola (Florida)
Santa Fe (New Mexico)
Juarez (Mexico)
Lafayette (Louisiana)
El Camino Real
The Midland Trail

Temporal Coverage

unknown (1933??)

Creator

Ayres, Harral B. (Managing Director, OST Association)

Date

Unknown (1933??)

Identifier

SC17_01_25_001 OST Development Across the American Continent, South Central Motor News by Harral Ayres

uri

http://dspace.stmarytx.edu:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/2161

Extent

5.5 x 7.75 inches

Medium

Paper

Language

en-us

Publisher

South Central Motor News

Subject

Ayres, Harral B. (Managing Director, President 1933~, OST Association)
Rollins, J.F. (Tulsa Auto Club)
Andrews, J.R. (Secretary- Tulsa Automobile Club License Bureau)
Casares Gil, Rafael, Sr. Don (Spanish Representative)
Ubarri, Pablo (Spanish Consul at Galveston - Galveston, Texas)
Royal Spanish Government
South Central Motor News (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
Royal Order of Isabel la Catolica
newspapers
articles
Old Spanish Trail
missions
Spanish heritage
Spanish history
missions -- Spanish
irrigation -- agriculture
livestock
Native peoples
trails
cities
towns
settlements
pageants and parades
motorcades -- Old Spanish Trail Association
award
bridges
Old Spanish Trail construction
highway construction

Type

Newspaper Clippings