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    • Advertising for Shoes

    • Advertisements; Shoes
    • This is a metal figurine pin that appears to be a small boy with oversized shoes. On the shoes it says "Holland Shoes." This item, along with several others, was in a small box approximately 6 1/2" x 2" x 3" which contained several souvenirs...
    • Lone Star Fertilizer

    • Agriculture; Agricultural laborers; Farm life; Farm produce; Farmers; Farming; Fertilizer industry; Fertilizers; Croplands;
    • A photograph of an older gentleman standing in a field with plants that reach his waist--roughly two-and-a-half to three feet tall. The man is holding a sign for Lone Star Brand Fertilizer 6-9-3 distributed by Texas Farm Products Co. in...
    • Burrows House Dry Sink

    • Antiques; Furniture; Historic buildings; Interiors; Pottery;
    • A "dry sink" in the Burrows House located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village. China plates and other artifacts are in the cupboard. A large metal tray is in the sink as originally displayed by Mrs. Thomas.
    • 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....
    • 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...
    • Autograph Book

    • Autographing; Names; Books; Children;
    • A small red padded autograph book with faded, gold-trimmed pages of alternating blue, white, and pink colors. The word "Autographs" is in black script on the front cover. Company stamp on the back cover. Some mold and discoloration on the first few...
    • Bank Statement

    • Banking; Checks; Financial facilities; Debt; Credit; Ladders; Architectural drawings; Architecture; Shopping; Office buildings; Logos;
    • These are bank statements wrapped around checks and debit slips from the Stone Fort National Bank and Commercial State Bank in Nacogdoches, Texas. They for the account of Mrs. Albert Thomas (Lera Thomas) with transactions ranging from May 24, 1930...
    • Stone Fort National Bank

    • Banks; Buildings; Architecture;
    • Image of the front facade of the Stone Fort National Bank facing the downtown square and Main Street in downtown Nacogdoches, Texas showing the office of J. L. Prince Real Estate, farms, ranches, and city property bought and sold in an upper...
    • Pioneer Bonnet

    • Bonnets; Pioneers; Clothing & dress;
    • A pioneer style bonnet with black and white lines as the design and a red lining on the outer edges. It is made of a stiff cotton material and is possibly machine made.
    • Boy with Snowman and Dog

    • Boys; Child behavior; Childhood & youth; Children; Children's art; Children's clothing & dress; Dogs; Backyards; Housing; Pictures; Picture frames; Photographic prints; Photographs; Porches; Snow; Snowmen; Architecture
    • This is a picture of a preteen boy (most likely Jimmy Thomas) wearing an insulated winter hat and posing in a peek-a-boo fashion from behind a snowman. The snowman is well constructed and detailed - hat, eyebrows, eyes, mouth, shirt buttons, and...
    • Black and White Photograph of the Millard-Lee House

    • Building dedications; Buildings; Historic buildings; Photographs; Architecture; Plaques; Chimneys; Bells;
    • This is a black and white photograph of the Millard-Lee house at Millard's Crossing after it was awarded a Texas Medallion by the Texas Historical Commission (THC). The house was built in 1837 by Robert Millard, later purchased by Lee family. It...

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