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    • Letter to Lera from her mother, June 11, 1934

    • Grandparents; Letters; Envelopes; Hunting; Hay; Ponies; Family; Summer; Menopause;
    • A letter to Mrs. Albert Thomas from her mother, Annie Donnell Watkins Millard, dated June 11, 1934. The letter is two pages front and back with the original envelope. She is updating Lera on how Jimmy Thomas is doing and how his visit is going,...
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 1856-1866 A. E. Baker & Sons Account Book

    • Business & finance; Credit; Dry goods stores; Mailboxes; Postal service; Post offices;
    • Account Book of Dr. Joseph F. Palmer at the store of A. E. Baker & Sons (Amaziah E. Baker) in San Augustine, Texas, from 1856 to 1866 containing dates, amounts, types, and costs of goods sold such as corn. Another section (pages 2-5) appear to be...
    • 1860 Statement of Account

    • Debt; Credit; Estates; Dry goods stores;
    • Document reviewing account owed to Amaziah E Baker & Son by the deceased, Miss Leannah Horton, for purchases of soap and fabric, in the amount of two dollars in San Augustine County, Texas. S. W. Blount, Notary Public.
    • Account with Henry Raguet, 1854

    • Debt; Dry goods stores; Merchants; Credit;
    • John J. Simpson's 1854 acount with C & H. W. Raguet in Nacogdoches County merchant. He owed over six hundred dollars as of January 14, 1854. In a different handwritting at the bottom of page 1 is a series of notations including proceeds from...

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