These are bank statements wrapped around checks and debit slips from the Stone Fort National Bank in Nacogdoches, Texas. They are related to the account of Mrs. Albert Thomas with transactions ranging from May 24, 1930 to July 1, 1930.
This is a beige-white belt that is 3.2 cm in width, and 29.5'' in length. It is permanently stiff. There are four horizontal black stripes that goes the length of the belt. It has a rusted metal buckle.
This is a card that is titled "heartfelt sympathy." Inside the card it says "Since clouds hang low and sorrow hides/ The sunlight from your view,/ Each true and friend/ heart goes out/ In Sympathy to you!" It is also signed by Kittie Dunagan,...
The envelope is addressed to Mr. Albert Thomas and it is sent from Jack Rafferty in Houston. It is postmarked June 25, 1934. The letter is written to the Thomas family sending condolences for their little boys death.
This is a two page letter, hand written, from the Texas State Hotel in Houston, Texas, dated September 9, 1936. It is addressed to Albert [Thomas] and it is from P.F. (Percy Foreman Room 1431) and it is a condolence letter for his loss.
This is a letter from Maurine M. Cason to the Thomas family. She talks about being concerned about her son's health, and also about taking courses in government and elementary psychology, and asks the Thomas family to visit.
The envelope is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Thomas and it is postmarked September 14, 1935. The letter thanks them for sending a high chair and how sweet it was for them to send it. It is signed by Lucille Sharp.