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. The postcard is addressed to Mrs. and Mrs. Millard from someone named Myrtle.
Various florist cards with envelopes to Mrs. Albert Thomas, St. Joseph, 2208 Isabell Ave. Names listed on cards are Alice Garrett, Gene Thomas, Mrs. T.L. Sojourner, Bing and Mary Porter, Bob and Billie, O.D. Smith, William McCraw, and Albert.
A set of calling cards from: Mrs. D. K. Cason, Mrs. Luther Swift, Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Adouis, Clifford Baker, Jane Caradine, Adlai Travis Mast, Jr. Mrs. Reeves Marian Lane, Billie Burke, Estelle Streetman, Jim Nelson Thomas III, and Estelle Lindsey.
4x6 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 unidentified,...
A hand written note from Mrs. W. F. Price talking about cemetery stones that her husband, Mr. Price had erected, and others that she had done. This letter was written about a week after the death of Jimmy Thomas.
An owner's manual for a Philco television set. Inside is a receipt from Crumpacker Distributing Corporation sold to Kamin Furniture Company and shipped to Mrs. J. W. Millard, Sr. It is dated December 2, 1953.
A letter sent from Oklahoma City and postmarked June 26, 1934. The card reads "There are always stars/ To shine through night/ When dark is deepest/ Dawn brings light/ Clouds will break/ And the sun shine though/ In God's time/ To comfort you, it...