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    • Lera's Senior Portrait

    • Portrait photographs; Portraits; Posing; Clothing & dress; Youth; Women;
    • A portrait of Lera Millard. It looks like one of her senior portraits. Her hair is pulled back and she is wearing a white blouse with a dark colored, flower detail along the neckline that hangs down the front of the blouse. She has a long scarf...
    • 1839 Letter Douglass to Logan

    • Militias; Military officers; Frontier & pioneer life; Republic of Texas; Agriculture; Law enforcement;
    • A 1839 letter from K. H. Douglass to Captain William Logan discussing Douglass' nomination for Major General of the Militia and the need for regular protection of the frontier.
    • Cross Sympathy Card

    • Cards; death; Religion; Symbols; Condolence notes;
    • A card and envelope from Dr. E. E. Taylor of 804 Scanlan Bldg., Houston, Texas expressing sympathy. The card front has a flower filled gold cross and text below. Is most likely from either 1934 or 1936 for the death of Jimmy Thomas or Lonnie...
    • Pella Condolence Card 1934

    • Envelopes; Correspondence; Cards; Death; Children; Ribbons; Poetry; Architecture; Columns; Drawings;
    • A card sent by Mrs. Pella addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas at 2208 Isabella St., Houston, Texas. The envelope is postmarked Oklahoma City, June 26, 1934 and has a 3-cent George Washington stamp. The card reads "There are always stars/ To...
    • Dunagan Family Sympathy Card

    • Cards; Envelopes;
    • A card titled "heartfelt sympathy." Inside the card it reads: "Since clouds hang low/ and sorrow hides/ The sunlight from your view,/ Each true and friendly/ heart goes out/ In Sympathy to you!" Signed by Kittie Dunagan, Everett Dunagan, and Eugene...
    • Christmas Card

    • Christmas cards; Greeting cards; Holidays; Correspondence; Childhood & youth;
    • A Christmas card signed by Jimmy Thomas at the bottom. It has a silhouette of a girl with a large quill pen writing "A little Christmas greeting And tho' it comes but yearly, I wish you joy the whole year through And sign myself Sincerely." The...
    • Christmas Card

    • Christmas cards; Correspondence; Greeting cards; Holidays; Childhood & youth;
    • A Christmas card signed by Jimmy Thomas at the bottom. It has three green gingerbread type houses in the background and says "Christmas Greetings and a since wish for a New Year of success and happiness!!"
    • Christmas Card

    • Cards; Holidays; Christmas cards; Correspondence; Childhood & youth;
    • A Christmas card titled "Greetings" for "Jimmie" from "Ned." This card is horizontal in orientation, has three carolers standing in front of a snow covered house. One caroler is holding a lamp and another holds a song book. The inside is blank...
    • Boarnet Sympathy Card

    • Cards; Envelopes; Correspondence; Death; Children;
    • A condolence letter for the death of Jimmy Thomas addressed to Albert Thomas, U.S. Post Office Building, Houston, Texas from A.S. and Irwin H. Boarnet, postmarked Houston, Texas.
    • Price Letter to Thomas July 1934

    • Letters; Cemeteries; Graves; Monuments & memorials; Children; Death;
    • 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.
    • Levy Sympathy Card 1936

    • Envelopes; Cards; Correspondence; Condolence notes; Death; Grief;
    • A handwritten card expressing sympathy to the Thomas family after the death of Albert's mother, Lonnie Thomas. Addressed to the Albert L. Thomas Family at 2701 Ruth Street, Houston, Texas. Postmarked Houston, Texas and stamped with "Buy U.S....

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