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    • Advertising for Shoes

    • Advertisements; Shoes
    • This is a metal figurine pin that appears to be a small boy with oversized shoes. On the shoes it says "Holland Shoes." This item, along with several others, was in a small box approximately 6 1/2" x 2" x 3" which contained several souvenirs...
    • Commercial National Bank

    • Buildings; Construction workers; Construction industry; Construction equipment; Construction; People associated with manual labor; People associated with transportation; People; Electric lines; Electricity; Utility poles; Wagon sheds; Horses;
    • The construction of the Commercial National Bank in Nacogdoches, Texas. Men are completing the work on the roof. A sign on the bank states that "Plumbing, Gas, Fitting and Steam Heating in this BLDG being installed by Collins Bros." Men and a...
    • 1856-1866 A. E. Baker & Sons Account Book

    • Business & finance; Credit; Dry goods stores; Mailboxes; Postal service; Post offices;
    • Account Book of Dr. Joseph F. Palmer at the store of A. E. Baker & Sons (Amaziah E. Baker) in San Augustine, Texas, from 1856 to 1866 containing dates, amounts, types, and costs of goods sold such as corn. Another section (pages 2-5) appear to be...
    • Taylor Sympathy Card 1936

    • Cards; Death; Envelopes; Condolence notes; Death;
    • A sympathy card from Dr. E. E. Taylor to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas at 2701 Ruth Street, Houston, Texas postmarked September 12, 1936, Houston , Texas and sent in response ot the death of Albert Thomas's mother, Lonnie Thomas. The card has "With...
    • 1839 Hiring of a Wagon and Train

    • Carts & wagons; Pack animals; Packtrains; Republic of Texas
    • July 24, 1839 receipt made in Nacogdoches to H. J. Offett for the $150.00 hire of wagon and animals to carry supplies to the Sabine River for the army of the Republic of Texas. Signed by John S. Roberts, Quarter Master, and William G. Cook,...
    • 1877 Citizens Savings Bank Check

    • Checks; Banks; Banking; Bank notes; Cheering; Railroads;
    • Check no. 12134 from the Citizens Savings Bank in Jefferson, Texas for twenty-five dollars. Paid to J. N. Hughes and signed by Jno. M. Sims. Payable by the Bank of Commerce, St. Louis, Mo. The check has several decorative images including a woman...
    • Man, Boy, and a Corn Cobbed Pipe

    • Childhood & youth; Youth;
    • Black and white photo of a man and a young boy in front of a house. The man is wearing white pants, dark jacket, and a top hat. The little boy is wearing jacket with a corn cob pipe in his mouth. The man is standing with his hand in his pant's...
    • Movie Token

    • Coins; Cinematography; Advertising; Actresses; Entertainment;
    • A teal colored 1933 movie token for "Hold Your Man" starring Jean Harlow. This item, along with several others, was in a small box approximately 6 1/2" x 2" x 3" which contained several souvenirs collected by Jimmy Thomas prior to his death in...
    • 1836 Letter for Purchase of a Horse

    • Committees; Horses; Militias; Republic of Texas; Military service;
    • Letter to Capt. Hamilton, directing him to sell his horse for fifty dollars to Mr. Smith, and charge the amount to the Nacogdoches Committee of Vigilance and Safety. Signed by K. H. Douglass, Henry Raguet and H. [Hayden] Edwards, Secretary. This...
    • 1832 Invitation to a Public Dinner

    • Committees; Meetings; Grand juries; Judicial proceedings; Sectionalism (United States); Politics & government; State rights;
    • Printed invitation to attend a public dinner in Columbus, Georgia to discuss "mode and measure of redress" in reaction to the Federal government's treatment of Southern states. August 15, 1832. Names of senders: James W. Fannin, Jr., Nicholas...
    • 1848 Letter by Thomas J. Rusk

    • Correspondence; Publishers; Architecture; Architects; Politicians;
    • Letter to Messrs. Fowler & Wells by U.S. Senator Thomas J. Rusk that he had received their letter of the 26th and the books. Rusk appreciated their work and hoped all the youth of the country would read them. Washington, DC. He asked that their...
    • 1843 Bill of Lading

    • Cotton; Shipping; Republic of Texas; Commerce;
    • Bill of lading for fifteen bales of cotton for A. (Arnold) Thomason of Nacogdoches. Signed by Charles Chevallier, April 15, 1843. Dated at Pattonia, Texas, Robert S. Patton. Possibly part of a legal case because the back has "Exhibit No. 3"...
    • Nacogdoches Compress

    • Cotton; Warehouses;
    • This photograph is of the Nacogdoches Compress. The compress is in the background. A great majority of the photograph contains finished cotton stacks. The photograph has the following written on it: “Nacogdoches Compress, Mr. Sturdenauch [unclear]”...

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