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    • Postcard to Carrie

    • Offices; Office workers; Office furniture; Office equipment & supplies; Office buildings; Flowers; Fans; People associated with agriculture; People; Doors & doorways; Documents; Land use; Land;
    • A postcard to Carrie. Side 1 has men and a woman in an office and the back has a sweet message for Carrie.
    • Rocking Bench in Millard-Lee House

    • Antiques; Furniture; Rocking chairs; Benches;
    • Wooden rocking bench with a special railing to hold infants as it was displayed in the Millard-Lee House. This was handmade in the mid-nineteenth century. There is a floral rug underneath the bench and unpainted wooden walls behind. Originally...
    • Upstairs Hallway in Millard-Lee House

    • Antiques; Furniture; Historic sites; Wheelbarrows; Chairs;
    • The upstairs hall in the Millard-Lee House when decorated with an eighteenth century (1700s) crib and chair both made in Germany and a child's small wooden wheelbarrow. All of these are wooden, handmade artifacts as originally displayed by Mrs....
    • Burrows House Dry Sink

    • Antiques; Furniture; Historic buildings; Interiors; Pottery;
    • A "dry sink" in the Burrows House located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village. China plates and other artifacts are in the cupboard. A large metal tray is in the sink as originally displayed by Mrs. Thomas.
    • Millard-Lee House

    • Dwellings; Structures; Historic buildings; Architecture; Chimneys;
    • The Millard-Lee house was built in 1837 as a family home. It is a rare East Texas example of a “two-story double house” and furnished with nineteenth-century antiques and historic documents.

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