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    • Woman Holding Oranges Postcard

    • Postcards; Orange trees; Clothing & dress;
    • A postcard with a blonde woman picking oranges from an orange tree. On the back of the card is a 4-cent purple stamp in the right top corner, postmarked Cocoli, Canal Zone, June 9, 1954. The postcard is addressed to Mrs. and Mrs. J. W. (Jesse...
    • 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...
    • 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....
    • Two women in a red room

    • Interior decoration; Interior design; Interiors; Women; Dresses; Furniture;
    • Mrs. Lera Millard Thomas is sitting in a chair and an Asian woman is standing next to her with red walls. There is a large cabinet behind them that has large decorations on top. There are different pictures among the walls. The two women are next...
    • 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...
    • The Faded Unidentified Female

    • Photography; Photographs; Photographic prints; Photographic studios; Photographic postcards; Photographers; Pictures; Portrait photographs; Portraits;
    • 4" x 6" black and white photograph of an unknown young woman presumed to be related to Mrs. Lera Millard Thomas. Photo was taken by Littlefield Photography Studio in Nacogdoches, Texas around the turn of the twentieth century. Although...
    • Taylor Sympathy Card 1936

    • Cards; Death; Envelopes; Condolence notes; Death;
    • A sympathy card from Dr. E. E. Taylor to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas at 2701 Ruth Street, Houston, Texas postmarked September 12, 1936, Houston , Texas and sent in response ot the death of Albert Thomas's mother, Lonnie Thomas. The card has "With...
    • Sink Sympathy Card 1936

    • Envelopes; Correspondence; Cards; Condolence notes; Death; Grief;
    • A sympathy card from Mr. and Mrs. Sink addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas at 2701 Ruth, Houston, Texas. Postmarked September 11, 1936. It was sent in response to the death of Albert's mother, Lonnie Thomas. The card has a gold border, a...
    • Sharp Thank You Card 1935

    • Envelopes; Cards; Correspondence; Births; Gifts; Political campaigns; Voting;
    • An envelope postmarked Houston, Texas September 14, 1935 and letter addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Thomas, 2701 Ruth, Houston, Texas thanking them for sending a high chair and flowers. Signed by Lucille Sharp. On the front side of the card is...
    • Scott Sympathy Card 1934

    • Envelopes; Cards; Death; Condolence notes; Grief; Children;
    • A sympathy card from John Scott. The envelope is postmarked June 25, 1934, Houston, Texas and was addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas in response to the death of their son, Jimmy Thomas. There is a floral design on the card's front with a creme...
    • 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...
    • Robinson Sympathy Letter 1934

    • Poetry; Letters; Envelopes; Condolence notes; Death; Children; Stationery;
    • A letter of condolence to Lera Thomas thanking Lera for a previously sent sympathy letter and giving return comfort for the death of Lera's son, Jimmy Thomas, and a poem sent by Elsie Robinson of New York City. The envelope is postmarked October...

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