This is a Houston Chronicle article about Mrs. Lera Thomas, who is to run for election on March 26, 1966. Mrs. Thomas made the decision to run for her late husband's seat in Congress. The newspaper is dated Febuary 26, 1966.
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...
This is an undated invitation from the Minister of the United States inviting Lera Thomas to a reception honoring former Congress members. It is addressed the Honorable Lera Thomas for September 13th at 7 pm. The Adam Room is a conference room in...
A newspaper article by Lera Thomas traveling to the Far East to visit Japan, Korea, Thailand, and South Vietnam. She met with frontline troops and villagers in South Vietnam and examined the economic aid programs sent to SEATO.
This is a two page, hand-written condolence letter 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).
This a photograph of the flag ceremony that was included in a letter thanking Mrs. Thomas for her donation of an American flag. The letter, from the Knights of Columbus, was dated 1967 sent from Baytown, Texas.
Color prints of deconstruction and restoration of the Sitton Dog Trot Log Cabin, showing former board and batten siding, chinking, and shingles. The cabin was built in 1843 by William Hayter and was donated by Sam Sitton. It was originally located...
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.