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    • 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...
    • Albert Thomas Congratulatory Letter

    • Letters; Political activity; Politicians; Political campaigns; Political elections; Politics & government;
    • Typed letter dated August 26, 1936 written by Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hessen of Silver City, New Mexico to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas congratulating Albert Thomas for his recent politcal victory. "Just yesterday we learned from the El Paso Herald Post, Mr....
    • Kids on Parade

    • Horses; Wagon trains; Childhood & youth; Children; Parades & processions; City & town life; City & town halls; Cityscapes;
    • Two children are sitting in a wagon adorned with flowers. The wagon is being pulled by a horse, which is led by a man. The man is wearing a driver's hat, a white coat, and black pants. The boy in the wagon is wearing an oversized top hate and suit...
    • 1863 Transfer of Deed

    • Land; Law & legal affairs
    • Transfer of deed for 800 acres land in Nacogdoches County, North of the stage road between Nacogdoches and Chireno and south of the land owned by Thomas J. Carl and partly by the road east of the land owned by D. H. Vail part of B. Hardeman Sr.'s...
    • 1835 Spanish Land Certification

    • Land grants; Republic of Texas; Surveyors; Land; Land tenure;
    • Three page document signed by the alcalde, or magistrate, of Nacogdoches, Radford Berry, recognizing Lancelott Smithers as the legal representative of Louis Carbajal of Bexar. Mr. Smither is to locate and measure two sites of land in the...
    • Grain Silo

    • Grains; Grain elevators; Grain industry; Silos; Ladders; People associated with manual labor; People associated with agriculture; People;
    • Three men working at a grain silo. One man is climbing a ladder on the side of the silo. The other two men, of which is African-American, are feeding the grain into the silo via grain elevator.
    • Photograph of Automobile in East Texas Fair

    • Vehicles; Women; Architecture; Dirt roads; Parades & processions; Transportation; Telephone lines; Horses;
    • This picture depicts a car with a folded down top - looks like an early Ford - being shown during the East Texas Fair in downtown Nacogdoches. There is a man sitting behind the wheel with three women passengers, all wearing hats and two of whom...
    • The W.E. Craighead Family

    • Portraits; Childhood & youth; Youth; Families; Family;
    • This photograph is of the W. E. Craighead Family in 1920 through 1940 in Bessarabia, Romania. The family consists of a mother and father who are pictured in the middle back row. Two older brothers stand on each end. The brother on the left holds...
    • Nacogdoches Compress

    • Cotton; Warehouses;
    • This photograph is of the Nacogdoches Compress. The compress is in the background. A great majority of the photograph contains finished cotton stacks. The photograph has the following written on it: “Nacogdoches Compress, Mr. Sturdenauch [unclear]”...
    • Family Photograph Outside Home

    • women; youth; family; men; children
    • This photograph is of a family outside of a house. The family has seven children, three women, and two men. Five of the children are sitting on the ground, one child is standing, and a man is holding the other child in the back row. The four adults...
    • Burrows House After Restoration

    • Historic buildings; Houses; Historic Sites; Architecture; Chimneys; Buildings; Porches;
    • This nineteenth-century farm house located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village features a gaming table with corner drink holders, a life-sized doll, hand carved furniture, and a back porch well where children can draw water. The Burrows house...
    • Boy's Herringbone Sports Jacket

    • Children's clothing & dress;
    • This is a white and gray herringbone boy's wool sports jacket with two brown button in front and on each sleeve. There is a notched collar for fold-over buttoning and two large front pockets. The jacket is about 19" in lenght. It belonged to...
    • Apollo 7 Launch and Space Flight

    • Rockets; Space flight; Space photographs; Space programs; Hurricanes; Weather;
    • This is a single color publicity photograph with three different pictures of the Apollo 7 space mission. The first is of the Saturn 1 B Rocket taking off in Florida October 11, 1968. The other two are pictures taken in space during flight: Apollo...
    • 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...

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