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    • Photograph of Road and Park Construction

    • Roads; Road construction; Parks; Mules; Automobiles; Universities & colleges; Landscape photographs;
    • Photograph of mule pulling a cart along a dirt road. There are cars parked and men standing in the background with surrounding trees, pillars, and brick entrance. In the lower left is written "Spreading Solvay Road Binder on finished road at the...
    • 1913 Road Construction in Houston

    • Road construction; Roads; Horses; Construction; Construction equipment; Schools; Universities & colleges; Mules; African Americans;
    • A photograph of a mule pulling a cart spreading Solvay roadbinder on a finished road at the Rice Institute in Houston, Texas. An African-American man wearing a light colored jacket, hat, pants, and boots is driving the mule. There are lamps and...
    • 1917-1918 Graduation Journal of Lera Millard

    • Scrapbooks; Schools; Football; Social life; Correspondence; Graduation ceremonies; Education; Sports; Students; Student organizations; Recreation; Young adults; Youth; Baseball; Architecture; Travel; Photograph albums; Photographs; Buildings;...
    • This is a published graduation journal for Lera Millard's senior year of high school, 1917 to 1918. It has a collection of classmate pictures and her activities during her last year of high school. "The Girl Graduate Hier Own Book" designed and...
    • Nacogdoches Compress

    • Cotton; Warehouses; Gin; Architecture; Agricultural facilities; Agricultural productivity;
    • This photograph is of the Nacogdoches Compress. The cotton compress is in the background. A great majority of the photograph contains finished cotton bales. The photograph has the following written on it: “Nacogdoches Compress, Mr. Sturdevant...
    • Nacogdoches Compress Picture

    • Cotton; Warehouses; Gin; Architecture; Agricultural facilities; Agricultural productivity;
    • This photograph is of the Nacogdoches Compress. The cotton compress is in the background. A great majority of the photograph contains finished cotton bales. The photograph has the following written on it: “Nacogdoches Compress, Mr. Sturdevant...

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