This is a letter written by Caroline Graham and N. Sojourner, sending their sympathy to Mr. Albert Thomas for the death of his mother. It is dated September 9, 1936, and the header says it is from the Department of Justice office.
The envelope is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Thomas and it is postmarked September 14, 1935. The letter thanks them for sending a high chair and how sweet it was for them to send it. It is signed by Lucille Sharp.
The envelope contains a letter of condolence to the Thomases. The card says "In Sympathy". Letter is dated Sept 12, 1936, and says "I am sending you a few lines in sympathy of the passing away of your mother in Nacogdoches this week. We know your...
This is a two page hand written letter from the Texas State Hotel in Houston, Texas, dated September 9, 1936. It is addressed to Albert [Thomas] and it is from P.F. (Percy Foreman Room 1431) and it is a condolence letter for his loss.
News clipping and sworn statement, publishing notice of the settlement of the estate of Mary Burk, deceased. Signed by James O. Ray publisher of the Nacogdoches News and W. Hillenkamp, District Court Clerk of Nacogdoches County.
Republic of Texas, San Augustine County, subpoena for Sheriff Rhoddy Anthony to summon David Barbee and T. F. Smith to appear before the Grand Jury and give evidence. Signed by C. Deen, District Clerk.
The front of the postcard depicts the L'Arc de Triomphe in Paris. There are cars in the picture and people walking and riding bikes. There are some trees in the picture as well. The postcard is addressed to Mrs. Jesse W. Millard.
This item is a small sling shot made of some type of metal. It has pieces of red cloth glued to it. It also has some excess string on the top. The handle has the patent date of Sept. 8 1918. On the reverse side it reads Zip-Zip.
1843 Republic of Texas order for the sheriff of San Augustine County to summon Joseph Broyles to appear in District Court to give evidence in the case of K. L. Anderson, Custom Collector, vs. B. R. Wallace, et al, signed by J. B. Johnson, Clerk.
Postcard from Clifford Baker to Albert Thomas telling him that congratulations are in order. Clifford says he went out to buy some cotton in Dublin, Texas and if all goes well, they are in for some money. He asks that Albert write him when he has...