This is a series of pictures taken while Mrs. Thomas made trips to Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam. She started in December of 1966 and ended in March of 1967. She takes pictures with soldiers and with Japanese men and women.
Historic buildings; Lumber; Selling; Republic of Texas;
Letter from Rufus Doak, Lebanon, TN, to Dr. Alex Dients, Temple, TX, regarding the sale of original logs from 1818 Sam Houston law office in Lebanon. Typewritten on Hudson Insurance Company letterhead.
A large dogtrot house with a sleeping loft and squared logs originally located about five miles west of Central Heights, Texas, on County Road 698. Built by William and Susan Hayter who came to Texas in 1842.
A postcard from Lera Thomas describing to her parents how beautiful Mexico is. The front of the postcard, shows a desert with mountains in the background. Along with four cacti or palm trees. On the bottom left corner it says something in white...
A postcard with a blonde woman picking oranges from an orange tree. On the back of the card is a 4-cent purple stamp in the right top corner. The postcard is addressed to Mrs. and Mrs. Millard from someone named Myrtle.
A sepia-tone class photograph of thirty-five children. Printed in white on the right side of the photograph are the words "Ga Pringle/ 1934." In black ink on the bottom border are the words "My Friembs" [sic].
Various florist cards with envelopes to Mrs. Albert Thomas, St. Joseph, 2208 Isabell Ave. Names listed on cards are Alice Garrett, Gene Thomas, Mrs. T.L. Sojourner, Bing and Mary Porter, Bob and Billie, O.D. Smith, William McCraw, and Albert.