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.
A cloth covered notebook in very poor condition. The pages are browned and crumbling. The user of this notebook put the papers in upside down and worked from the back. The cover (now slightly green in color) has an eagle with a crest stamped into...
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. Edwards.
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.
1835 document acknowledging receipt of a ten dollar donation for the U.S. volunteers, made by William Loyd on behalf of the Committee of Vigilance & Safety, Nacogdoches, Texas. Received by J. Porter and H. H. Edwards.
Request for formal possession of a farm known as El Loco by Manuel de Los Santos Coy and his brothers. after death of their father Francis de Los Santos Coy. Other names included in document: Samuel Norris, Jose Antonio Chireno, Mariana Sanches,...
An 1838 warranty deed, conveying land along King's Highway in Nacogdoches County, Texas, from Jose Ma. Mora to John Walling. Signed by Jesse Walling, John Pattillo; George Humphries; Jose Ma. Mora and O. L. Holmes, December 8, 1838.
Order requesting that William Smith forward lead and gunpowder to the Texas Rangers under the command of Captain Silas and charge the cost to the government of Texas. Signed by Henry Millard, Committee Chair, San Felipe, Texas.
This item is a small sling shot made of some type of metal. It has pieces of red cloth glued to it. It also has some excess string on the top. The handle has the patent date of Sept. 8 1918. On the reverse side it reads Zip-Zip.