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    • 1847 Description of Lands Involved in a Lawsuit

    • Land; Land grants; Trials, litigation, etc.; Law & legal affairs; Republic of Texas; Seals (Insignia);
    • Description of lands in a lawsuit, once held by Robert A. Irion and passed to Austin Closs. Names mentioned include Mosley Baker, Gibson Kuykendall, Radford Berry (Alcalde of Nacogdoches), Charles Gill, Vital Flores (Constitutional Alcalde of...
    • 1860 Baker Witness to Deed

    • Right of property; Land;
    • Document stating Finetta M. Baker, wife of Amaziah E. Baker, appeared before S. W. Blount, Notary Public in the County of San Augustine, Texas, for the purpose of reviewing a deed from J. F. Palmer recorded October 7, 1860 by J. H. Dixon, clerk...
    • Birth Announcement and Florist Cards

    • Cards; Announcements; Births; Florist shops; Condolence notes; Sick persons;
    • Included are name cards as well as some envelopes given to Mrs. Albert Thomas following the birth of her son James "Jimmy" Nelson Thomas on August 30, 1923 and then sympathy cards from the late 1920s or early 1930s when she was sick in the hospital...
    • Group Photograph by a Building

    • Men; Suits (Clothing); Schools; Women; Bricks; Architecture; Vests; Dresses; Teachers;
    • The photograph is of a group of people, mainly men, posing for a picture outside of a brick building's wooden doorway with a transom. It is possible that this is the faculty of the local high school on Washington Square. There are two ventilation...
    • 1860 Bill of Sale

    • Land; Law & legal affairs; Slavery; Slave trade; Slaves; African Americans
    • An 1860 deed of transfer for one-half of a tract of land in Stanford, Fairfield County, Connecticut and two slave children (George and Eliza) for $1800, between Joseph F. Palmer and Fenetta M. Baker, wife of Ameziah E. Baker. October 16, 1860. ...
    • Group Photograph by a Building

    • Men; Suits (Clothing); Schools; Women; Bricks; Architecture; Vests; Dresses; Teachers;
    • The photograph is of a group of people, mainly men, posing for a picture outside of a brick building's wooden doorway with a transom. It is possible that this is the faculty of the local high school on Washington Square. There are two ventilation...
    • 1863 Transfer of Deed

    • Land; Law & legal affairs
    • Transfer of deed for 800 acres land in Nacogdoches County, North of the stage road between Nacogdoches and Chireno and south of the land owned by Thomas J. Carl and partly by the road east of the land owned by D. H. Vail part of B. Hardeman Sr.'s...
    • Thomas and Evans, April 1937

    • Letters; Correspondence; Government officials; Legislators; Political posters; Politicians; Politics & government; Political organizations; Political conventions; Political activity; Women; Women's suffrage; Hotels; Donkeys; Cartoons (Working...
    • Exchange of typed correspondence between Albert Thomas and Mrs. May Thompson Evans, the Assistant Director of the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee. The exchange occurred in April 1937. Evans writes to Thomas regarding the...
    • All Male Group Photograph

    • Portrait photographs; Group portraits; Men; Suits (Clothing); Family; Families; Portraits;
    • Thirteen men, one young man, and a small boy pose for a photograph that appears to be taken in studio. The men are wearing nice dress suits (coats, vests, ties, pants, boots, and pocket watches with chains). The boy is wearing a long dark shirt...
    • Petition for Pay Increase

    • Petitions; County government; Seals (Impressions); Postal service employees;
    • Document from San Augustine County, Texas petitioning citizens for a pay increase to cover expenses made by Postmaster Amaziah E. Baker. The previous pay was $77.00 per year. Signers included F. H. Dixon, S. W. Blount, I. C. Rohte, J. J. Hale, M....
    • Receipt for Mortgage Payment

    • Mortgages; Land grants; Debt
    • Receipt for $1935.00 paid by Amaziah E. Baker, to S. W. Blount, to pay off a mortgage held by him for a tract of land which was part of the Chireno Grant and originally purchased by Blount from B. Hardiman. Witnessed by Frank B. Sublett and Henry...
    • 1860 Statement of Account

    • Debt; Credit; Estates; Dry goods stores;
    • Document reviewing account owed to Amaziah E Baker & Son by the deceased, Miss Leannah Horton, for purchases of soap and fabric, in the amount of two dollars in San Augustine County, Texas. S. W. Blount, Notary Public.
    • Clifford Baker Postcard

    • Postcards; Agriculture; Correspondence; Cotton;
    • 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...

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