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    • Group Photograph of Fishers on River

    • Rivers; Family; Families; Men; Women; Tree stumps; Trees; Tree limbs; Logs; Dresses;
    • A group of eight women, one small girl, and eight men pose for a photograph across a river or creek. They are standing on a fallen tree that is lying across the river or creek. All the women are wearing dresses, the small girl is wearing a dress,...
    • All Male Group Photograph

    • Portrait photographs; Group portraits; Men; Suits (Clothing); Family; Families; Portraits;
    • Thirteen men, one young man, and a small boy pose for a photograph that appears to be taken in studio. The men are wearing nice dress suits (coats, vests, ties, pants, boots, and pocket watches with chains). The boy is wearing a long dark shirt...
    • All Male Group Photograph

    • Portrait photographs; Group portraits; Men; Suits (Clothing); Family; Families; Portraits;
    • Thirteen men, one young man, and a small boy pose for a photograph that appears to be taken in studio. The men are wearing nice dress suits (coats, vests, ties, pants, boots, and pocket watches with chains). The boy is wearing a long dark shirt...
    • Photograph of Lera Millard Thomas

    • Portrait photographs; Girls; Hairstyles; Portrait prints; Portraits; Photographs; Pictures; Women
    • 4 x 6 inches A half-length portrait of a a young Lera Millard with her hair pinned in a bun, and styled down and across her forehead. Although the portrait is half length, the woman appears to be modestly dressed and positioned catty-cornered from...
    • S. 2697 Notes and Amendments

    • Political issues; Politics & government; Legislators; Legislation; Agriculture; Cotton; Cotton industry; Surplus commodities; Warehouses; Political issues; Price lists; Prices; Committees; Commodity exchanges; Letterheads;
    • Notes and Amendment to Senate Act 2697. The Act deals with the "exchange of surplus agricultural commodities" from the U.S. for "reserve stocks of strategic and critical materials produced abroad." The first few notes are about the cost and...
    • 8th District Correspondence Envelope

    • Envelopes; Correspondence; Legislators; Politics & government; Politicians;
    • Brown envelope with a stamp in the upper left hand corner reading "House of Representatives U.S., Part of Congressional Record, Free." M. C. is stamped in the upper right corner. Across the top in blue reads "Misc: D." Also in blue in the middle:...
    • A Little Boy in a Little Wooden Chair

    • Tintypes; Portraits; Childhood & youth; Children; Chairs; Clothing & dress;
    • A tintype photograph of an unidentified young boy between the ages of three and five. He is dressed in a dark colored coat with one button fastened at the neck with a white shirt and lace-up shoes. He is sitting in a small wooden chair against a...
    • A Man Sits and Waits

    • Buildings; Building materials; Architecture; Clothing & dress; Men;
    • A faded photograph of a middle-aged unidentified slightly balding man sitting cross-legged on the cement steps of a building. He is wearing a suit and tie and has a large smile on his face. The building behind him has two small square windows...
    • A man and woman standing in front of a boat

    • Boats; Women; Men; Water; Structures; Rivers; Tourism; Architecture; Mountains;
    • Marjorie McMurrey is standing with a man in front of a boat that has a group of people on it. There are several buildings across the water, plus wooded area along with a hill. This appears to have been taken during the trip to Osaka, Japan for the...
    • A concrete highway bridge

    • Bridges; Forests; Forestry; Automobiles;
    • A long and high bridge that goes over a wooded valley with mountains extending upwards in the corner of the photograph. Cars are moving across the bridge which is presumably in the Alps, most likely Germany.
    • A Beautiful Home

    • Houses; Porches; Porticoes (Porches); Family; Families; Trees; architecture; Yards;
    • A photograph of a large two-story wooden home with siding, white trim, and a two-story porch that spans across half of the front of the house. In front are two large trees and four individuals (two men, a woman, and a toddler). The photograph is...
    • Burrows-Millard House Medallion

    • Historic buildings; Historical markers; Dwellings; Plaques;
    • Texas Historical Commission medallion on the Burrows-Millard House located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village. The medallion reads, "Confederate veteran Elijah M. Burrows (1844-93) built the rear portion of this pioneer farmhouse before he...
    • Photograph of Unknown Man

    • Portrait photographs; Portraits; Suits (Clothing);
    • 3 x 5 inch photograph by Littlefield photographer in Nacogdoches, Texas. The date of the photograph is unknown. The photograph is of a white male wearing a light colored shirt and a dark colored tie, vest, and jacket. The male has a comb over hair...
    • 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...
    • Millard-Lee House after Dedication

    • Historic buildings; Buildings; Building dedications; Photographs; Architecture; Houses; Chimneys
    • Millard-Lee house black and white photograph after it was awarded a Texas Medallion (Recorded Historic Texas Landmark - RHTL) by the Texas Historical Commission. Built in 1837 by Robert Millard, the house was later purchased by the Lee family. It...
    • Millard-Lee House After It Receives Texas Medallion

    • Building dedications; Buildings; Photographs; Historic buildings; Architecture; Chimneys; Houses
    • Millard-Lee house black and white photograph after it was awarded a Texas Medallion (Recorded Historic Texas Landmark - RHTL) by the Texas Historical Commission. Built in 1837 by Robert Millard, the house was later purchased by the Lee family. It...

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