J.W. Millard released a lien against property in the I. G. Parker survey of Nacogdoches, Texas, owned by R. F. Davis and his wife for a paid debt of $740.00 as of September 5, 1923. Filed in the office of the County Clerk, Nacogdoches County, Texas.
Postcard from Clifford Baker congratulating Albert Thomas in Nacogdoches on his marriage. Baker reports on his financial prospects, attempts to purchase cotton, crop conditions, sends well wishes to Lera Thomas, and asks Thomas to write him back...
A business-size card with Jim Nelson Thomas III centered at the top and dated August 30, 1923, Nacogodches, Texas. The names Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langston Thomas are printed directly under it at the bottom of the card. Possibly a birth announcement.
J. W. Millard released a lien against property in the I. G. Parker survey of Nacogodches owned by R. F. Davis and his wife for a pid debt of $740.00 as of September 5, 1923. Filed in the office of the County Clerk, Nacogdoches, Texas.
The following images are from various calling cards relating to the birth of Jimmy Thomas. Most of the cards contain little information beyond the names of the people who sent them, but some of them do have a front and back side which is noted in...
Various florist cards with envelopes to Mrs. Albert Thomas, St. Joseph, 2208 Isabell Ave. Names listed on cards are Alice Garrett, Gene Thomas, Mrs. T.L. Sojourner, Bing and Mary Porter, Bob and Billie, O.D. Smith, William McCraw, and Albert.
A set of calling cards from: Mrs. D. K. Cason, Mrs. Luther Swift, Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Adouis, Clifford Baker, Jane Caradine, Adlai Travis Mast, Jr. Mrs. Reeves Marian Lane, Billie Burke, Estelle Streetman, Jim Nelson Thomas III, and Estelle Lindsey.