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    • European Church

    • European Church

    • Church & state; Churches; Architectural & site components; Architectural elements; Architecture; Statues; Religious facilities; Roofs; Stone buildings;

    • A church in Europe in either Spain or Germany. There are many statues along the roof of the church which is constructed out of red and tan colored stones in which has many different windows. There is a street sign in white above the white booth...
    • 1839 Marriage License

    • 1839 Marriage License

    • Marriage licenses; Republic of Texas;

    • Marriage license issued in Nacogdoches County, Texas, to Benjamin Thomas and Martha Engledone, sworn to by Rev. Littleton Fowler, Minister of the Gospel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, filed January 17, 1839.
    • Eastern European Cityscape View From Park

    • Eastern European Cityscape View From Park

    • Cityscape photographs; Parks; Churches; Buildings; Gardens; architecture; Domes;

    • Photograph of Eastern European cityscape with a development date of October, 1973. The city consists of two major church steeples. The one on the left is hard to make out but is darker colored. The one on the right consists of a copper or brass...
    • Matthias Church in Budapest, Hungary

    • Matthias Church in Budapest, Hungary

    • Cathedrals; Churches; Steeples; Buildings; Architectural elements; Stained glass; Bell towers; Architecture; Roofs;

    • Photograph taken the mid 1970s as part of Lera Thomas's European trip. The 13th century Gothic cathedral has several stained glass windows along the central nave, a large belltower over the entrance. The roof has a triangluar polychrome tiles...
    • All Dressed Up

    • All Dressed Up

    • Children; Childhood & youth; Grandparents; Apartment houses; Apartments; Clothing & dress; Coats; Hats;

    • A photograph of Anne and Lera Thomas standing with an older woman (possibly a grandmother) in front of a brick apartment building. They are all wearing heavy coats and hats, but their attire is nice/formal which could mean they are going to church...
    • Baptisms Down by the River

    • Baptisms Down by the River

    • Churches; Baptisms; Water; Waterways; Water holes; Religion; Religious communities; Religious meetings;

    • A faded and torn photograph of a larger group of people gathered along the banks of a river, pond, or lake. They are all dressed in their Sunday church clothes (mostly white clothes). There is a group of nineteen people who are waist-deep in the...
    • 1917 Pine Burr Yearbook

    • 1917 Pine Burr Yearbook

    • Education; Educational facilities; Young adults; Youth; Architecture; Structures; Student organizations; Students; Sports; Recreation; Advertisements; Buildings; Schools;

    • 1917 Nacogdoches High School yearbook with black cover. It includes photograhs of the school board, faculty, and staff and all of the students: seniors, juniors, sophomores, and freshman. It has notable Nacogdoches buildings including...
    • 1918 Pine Burr Yearbook

    • 1918 Pine Burr Yearbook

    • Education; Educational facilities; Young adults; Youth; Architecture; Structures; Student organizations; Students; Sports; Recreation; Advertisements; Buildings; Schools;

    • 1918 Nacogdoches High School yearbook with black cover. It includes photograhs of the school board, faculty, and staff and all of the students: seniors, juniors, sophomores, and freshman. It has notable Nacogdoches buildings including...
    • Buildings Around Nacogdoches Series

    • Buildings Around Nacogdoches Series

    • Buildings; Churches; Tourism; Historic sites; Universities & colleges;

    • This is a series of postcard pictures showing landmarks and tourist attractions of Nacogdoches titled "Nacogdoches: In the Piney Woods of East Texas." Some of the attractions pictured are no longer in business and have since been shut down. Hotel...
    • Wilson Sympathy Letter 1936

    • Wilson Sympathy Letter 1936

    • Condolence notes; Letters; Stationery; Publishers; Death; Segregation; Churches; Newspaper industry; Newspapers;

    • A typed letter from Robert W. Wilson to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas expressing his condolences for the death of Albert's mother, Lonnie Thomas, dated September 10, 1936. Typed on Houston Times letterhead stationery which lists the All-Church Press...
    • Restored Parsonage at Millard's Crossing

    • Restored Parsonage at Millard's Crossing

    • Historic buildings; Historic sites; Photographs; Houses; Fences; Chimneys; Architecture

    • Black and white print of First Methodist Church parsonage after its move to Millard's Crossing and restoration. It was built in 1900 and was originally located on North Fredonia Street in Nacogdoches. It features 12' ceilings and notable woodwork,...

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