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    • Men Standing Next to Silo

    • Working class; Men; Grain elevators; Silos; Historic buildings; African Americans; Agricultural laborers; Agricultural productivity; Agricultural machinery & implements; Architecture; Ladders;
    • A 3.5'' x 3.5'' black and white photograph of three men at work near a grain silo. One of the men is hanging off the ladder of a silo while the other two men are feeding grain onto a belt run machine. The silo looks like the one located off 259,...
    • Men Standing Next to Silo

    • Working class; Men; Grain elevators; Silos; Historic buildings; African Americans; Agricultural laborers; Agricultural productivity; Agricultural machinery & implements; Architecture;
    • A 3.5'' x 3.5'' black and white photograph of three men at work near a grain silo. One of the men is hanging off the ladder of a silo while the other two men are feeding grain onto a belt run machine. The silo looks like the one located off 259,...
    • Portraits in the Snow

    • Children; Childhood & youth; Clothing & dress; Snow; Au pairs; Child rearing; Babysitting; Fences; Women domestics; African Americans;
    • A faded photograph of an unidentified young boy and an African American woman. They are standing outside against a picket fence. They are both dressed in coats and hats and there is a light dusting of snow at their feet.
    • 1852 Letter from D. Hays in San Augustine

    • Farming; Croplands; Corn; Cotton; African Americans; Slavery; Railroads; Hunting; Travel; Families;
    • A letter from D. Hays in San Augustine, Texas, to his brother, James Hays, regarding family, corn and cotton crops, slaves, and the railroad. Sent in response to three letters sent June 12, 20, and July 4 of 1852. D Hays had been in Fort Jesup...
    • 1913 Road Construction in Houston

    • Road construction; Roads; Horses; Construction; Construction equipment; Schools; Universities & colleges; Mules; African Americans;
    • A photograph of a mule pulling a cart spreading Solvay roadbinder on a finished road at the Rice Institute in Houston, Texas. An African-American man wearing a light colored jacket, hat, pants, and boots is driving the mule. There are lamps and...
    • Boys Playing Outdoors

    • Friendship; Children; Childhood & youth; Children's clothing & dress; Boys; Country life; Houses; Housing; African Americans;
    • A photograph of two unidentified young boys, one white and the other African American, playing outside. They are in front of a large tree and a corner of a house with siding is visible in the background. No other buildings are visible and the...
    • 1860 Bill of Sale

    • Land; Law & legal affairs; Slavery; Slave trade; Slaves; African Americans
    • An 1860 deed of transfer for one-half of a tract of land in Stanford, Fairfield County, Connecticut and two slave children (George and Eliza) for $1800, between Joseph F. Palmer and Fenetta M. Baker, wife of Ameziah E. Baker. October 16, 1860. ...
    • Crews Preparing the Caboose for Transportation

    • Railroad cabooses; Transportation; Men; Historic sites; African Americans; Fences; Trailers;
    • Color photograph of the caboose in the process of being moved to Millard's Crossing on a wheeled steel l-beam frame. The caboose is part of train chartered by the E.B. Hayward Lumber Company in 1905 (later Nacogdoches and Southeastern Railroad...
    • Textile or General Store

    • Storefronts; Stores & shops; Textile industry; Textile labels; Textiles; Men; Children; Thread; Display cards; Hats; Stained glass; Architecture; Columns; Mirrors; African Americans; Awnings; Cash registers;
    • Four men are standing in a textile store, presumably on the square or plaza of downtown Nacogdoches. In addition, there are two boys in the middle aisle of the store. To the far left, a woman and a young girl are sitting at a counter. The young...
    • Textile or General Store

    • Storefronts; Stores & shops; Textile industry; Textile labels; Textiles; Men; Children; Thread; Display cards; Hats; Stained glass; Architecture; Columns; Mirrors; African Americans; Awnings; Cash registers;
    • Four men are standing in a textile store, presumably on the square or plaza of downtown Nacogdoches. In addition, there are two boys in the middle aisle of the store. To the far left, a woman and a young girl are sitting at a counter. The young...
    • Jimmy Thomas Scrapbook

    • Scrapbooks; Albums; Photographs; Family; Children;
    • Blue scrapbook belonging to Jimmy Thomas, given to him on Christmas Day, 1932. There is a Native American scene on the front cover with an American Indian paddling a canoe. The scrapbook has a blue string binding and blue press board front and...
    • Lera Thomas Watches Crew Hook Up Caboose

    • Railroad cabooses; Transportation; Historic sites; Trailers; Carriage houses; African Americans; Fences; Historic buildings;
    • Lera Thomas can be seen in the background of this color photograph watching the men prepare the caboose to be processed and moved. The caboose is being moved to Millard's Crossing on a wheeled steel l-beam frame. The caboose was part of train...
    • Kids on Parade

    • Horses; Wagon trains; Childhood & youth; Children; Parades & processions; City & town life; City & town halls; Cityscapes; Architecture; Fire stations; Brickwork; Pony carts; Ponies; African Americans; Umbrellas; Flower arrangements; Clothing &...
    • Two children are sitting in a wagon adorned with flowers. The wagon is being pulled by a pony held at the bridle by a man. The man is wearing a cap, a white coat, and black pants. The boy in the wagon is wearing an oversized top hat and in a suit....
    • Kids on Parade

    • Horses; Wagon trains; Childhood & youth; Children; Parades & processions; City & town life; City & town halls; Cityscapes; Architecture; Fire stations; Brickwork; Pony carts; Ponies; African Americans; Umbrellas; Flower arrangements; Clothing &...
    • Two children are sitting in a wagon adorned with flowers. The wagon is being pulled by a pony held at the bridle by a man. The man is wearing a cap, a white coat, and black pants. The boy in the wagon is wearing an oversized top hat and in a suit....
    • Series of Millard Lee House Pictures

    • Houses; Historic buildings; Photographs; Architecture; Houses;
    • The Millard-Lee House is located in downtown Nacogdoches off the square. It was built in 1837 by Robert Millard, later purchased by Lee family, along South Fredonia Street (former El Camino Real) in what is now the Stone Fort Bank parking lot. It...
    • 1847 Writ Ordering Transfer of Slaves

    • Slaves; Slavery; Law & legal affairs; Ribbons; Seals (Impressions); African Americans;
    • Writ of sequestration signed by Clerk G. W. Banton, Walker County, Texas ordering Sheriff William Reeves to find and hold slaves in the possession of Stephen G. McClenny. These were runaway or escaped slaves - includes names, ages, and...

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