This collection contains information on government officials, proclamations and related items.
Biographical information on current City of Pflugerville Council Members may be found on the City's website.
Pflugerville is on Farm Road 1825 fifteen miles north of Austin in northeastern Travis County. It was named for Henry Pfluger, who brought his family to the area from Germany in 1849.
Residents established a school in 1872 and a Lutheran church in 1875.
The Pflugerville Pflag began publication in 1980. From 1980 through 1988, new …
This collection consists of items from Clifford Ward. Some of the highlights of the collection include documents related to the establishment of Pflugerville's Colored Addition. In 1910, African-American workers who worked in the Pflugerville cotton industry and ice factory were not allowed to move into the town. La Rue Noton, a …
2015 marks the 40th anniversary of Deutschen Pfest! To find out more about this year's pfestival go to the City of Pflugerville website.
Items in this collection pertain to Pflugerville's Annual Deutschen Pfest celebration. Pflugerville's most popular pfestival began in 1976 and is held the third weekend in May every year! …
This collection holds photographs and excerpts from the 2006-2007 Oral History Project conducted by the Friends of the Pflugerville Library.
These oral histories were used in the book Pflugerville: A Heritage to Remember which documents life in Pflugerville in the early 20th Century. Pflugerville: A Heritage to Remember is available …
This project seeks to preserve the cultural, geographical and biographical history of Pflugerville, Texas. Works include photos, documents and memorabilia that are historically significant to Pflugerville and that exemplify the diverse culture of the community.
This project was made possible by the City of Pflugerville, the Friends of the Pflugerville Library, the Heritage House Museum, the Pflugerville History Diggers, library volunteers, and the families who have donated items for the collection.
This is an ongoing project. Information in the archive is correct to the best of our knowledge. If you see an error or if you are interested in contributing, please read the information on the About link at the bottom of this page or click on Contact Us.
Works included in the Pflugerville Digital History Archive collection may be protected by copyright and/or other applicable laws.
Items in the collection have, to the best of our knowledge, been obtained by permission or are in the public domain. Please contact us with any questions or complaints. Feedback is welcome!