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    • 1856-1866 A. E. Baker & Sons Account Book

    • Business & finance; Credit; Dry goods stores; Mailboxes; Postal service; Post offices;
    • Account Book of Dr. Joseph F. Palmer at the store of A. E. Baker & Sons (Amaziah E. Baker) in San Augustine, Texas, from 1856 to 1866 containing dates, amounts, types, and costs of goods sold such as corn. Another section (pages 2-5) appear to be...
    • Boarnet Sympathy Card

    • Cards; Envelopes; Correspondence; Death; Children;
    • A condolence letter for the death of Jimmy Thomas addressed to Albert Thomas, U.S. Post Office Building, Houston, Texas from A.S. and Irwin H. Boarnet, postmarked Houston, Texas.
    • 1839 Hiring of a Wagon and Train

    • Carts & wagons; Pack animals; Packtrains; Republic of Texas
    • July 24, 1839 receipt made in Nacogdoches to H. J. Offett for the $150.00 hire of wagon and animals to carry supplies to the Sabine River for the army of the Republic of Texas. Signed by John S. Roberts, Quarter Master, and William G. Cook,...
    • Children in Plaid

    • Children; Childhood & youth; Clothing & dress; Photographers; Photographic studios; Photography; Photographs; Portraits; Family;
    • A portrait of three unidentified children, possibly siblings. From left to right: a young boy stands wearing a dark jacket, dark pants, dark shoes, a white shirt with a large collar that covers his shoulders, and an over-sized plaid tie. In the...
    • A Sweet Cherub Face

    • Children; Childhood & youth; Infants; Clothing & dress; Photographers; Photographic studios; Photographs; Photography; Portraits; Portrait photographs;
    • An unidentified baby girl or boy in a light colored dress, possibly a christening gown, with long sleeves and a lace collar. The baby's feet are clad in black shoes poke out from under the dress. Behind the child is a blurred backdrop featuring a...
    • Group Portrait 1

    • Children; Women; Portrait photographs;
    • A 5.75'' x 7.75'' photograph on card board. The photograph is stamped "C. H. Cagle Photographer Nacogdoches, Tex." Shows a boy and a girl seated on a chair, a boy standing next to the chair, and a woman standing behind the three children.
    • Portrait of a Young Couple

    • Clothing & dress; Couples; Jewelry; Hair; Hairstyles; Youth; Young adults; Photographs; Photography; Photographers; Wedding clothing & dress; Weddings;
    • A portrait of a young couple taken by C. H. Casley, Photo in Nacogdoches, Texas. The young man wears a black suit jacket and vest with a white dress shirt and white bow tie. The woman next to him wears a dark colored dress with a high neckline...
    • 1836 Letter for Purchase of a Horse

    • Committees; Horses; Militias; Republic of Texas; Military service;
    • 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. [Hayden] Edwards, Secretary. This...
    • 1832 Invitation to a Public Dinner

    • Committees; Meetings; Grand juries; Judicial proceedings; Sectionalism (United States); Politics & government; State rights;
    • Printed invitation to attend a public dinner in Columbus, Georgia to discuss "mode and measure of redress" in reaction to the Federal government's treatment of Southern states. August 15, 1832. Names of senders: James W. Fannin, Jr., Nicholas...
    • Nacogdoches Compress

    • Cotton; Warehouses; Gin; Architecture; Agricultural facilities; Agricultural productivity;
    • This photograph is of the Nacogdoches Compress. The cotton compress is in the background. A great majority of the photograph contains finished cotton bales. The photograph has the following written on it: “Nacogdoches Compress, Mr. Sturdevant...
    • Nacogdoches Compress Picture

    • Cotton; Warehouses; Gin; Architecture; Agricultural facilities; Agricultural productivity;
    • This photograph is of the Nacogdoches Compress. The cotton compress is in the background. A great majority of the photograph contains finished cotton bales. The photograph has the following written on it: “Nacogdoches Compress, Mr. Sturdevant...
    • 1836 Receipt for Coffee

    • Credit; Paying bills; Stores & shops; Coffee; Militias; Military rations; Republic of Texas;
    • Receipt for payment of an account on January 24, 1836 in Nacogdoches with Johnston & English from John M. Henrie, for the purchase of coffee for Texas Volunteers. Signed by H. Henderson.
    • Account with Henry Raguet, 1854

    • Debt; Dry goods stores; Merchants; Credit;
    • John J. Simpson's 1854 acount with C & H. W. Raguet in Nacogdoches County merchant. He owed over six hundred dollars as of January 14, 1854. In a different handwritting at the bottom of page 1 is a series of notations including proceeds from...

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