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    • Thomas and Evans, April 1937

    • Letters; Correspondence; Government officials; Legislators; Political posters; Politicians; Politics & government; Political organizations; Political conventions; Political activity; Women; Women's suffrage; Hotels; Donkeys; Cartoons (Working...
    • Exchange of typed correspondence between Albert Thomas and Mrs. May Thompson Evans, the Assistant Director of the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee. The exchange occurred in April 1937. Evans writes to Thomas regarding the...
    • Rocking Bench in Millard-Lee House

    • Antiques; Furniture; Rocking chairs; Benches;
    • Wooden rocking bench with a special railing to hold infants as it was displayed in the Millard-Lee House. This was handmade in the mid-nineteenth century. There is a floral rug underneath the bench and unpainted wooden walls behind. Originally...
    • Woodring, Henderson to Thomas, June 1939

    • Letters; Legislators; Correspondence; Military facilities; Airports; Estates; Politicians; Politics & government; Real estate development; Letterheads; Maps;
    • Typed correspondence between Albert Thomas, Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring, and lawyer Devereaux Henderson in June 1939. The letters are about the possibility of turning the Frank R. Bell Estate in Houston in a military airport.
    • Looking at a Car Exhibit

    • Automobiles; Educational facilities; People; Exhibitions;
    • Two men looking a car exhibit at a museum. The man on the left is wearing a hat with a black suit and red tie. The man on the right is wearing a white button down shirt with khaki pants and belt. The room has wooden panels on the ceiling with...
    • Dancing Girls

    • Girls; Dancers; Tourists; Pavilions; Patios; Bricks;
    • Two girls dancing on the concrete while a group of people look on. It appears that the men, women, and children are at a outdoor restaurant. The covered area is made of bricks and wooden beams with lights. Some people are sitting at tables, while...
    • Kids on Parade

    • Horses; Wagon trains; Childhood & youth; Children; Parades & processions; City & town life; City & town halls; Cityscapes; Architecture; Fire stations; Brickwork; Pony carts; Ponies; African Americans; Umbrellas; Flower arrangements; Clothing &...
    • Two children are sitting in a wagon adorned with flowers. The wagon is being pulled by a pony held at the bridle by a man. The man is wearing a cap, a white coat, and black pants. The boy in the wagon is wearing an oversized top hat and in a suit....
    • Kids on Parade

    • Horses; Wagon trains; Childhood & youth; Children; Parades & processions; City & town life; City & town halls; Cityscapes; Architecture; Fire stations; Brickwork; Pony carts; Ponies; African Americans; Umbrellas; Flower arrangements; Clothing &...
    • Two children are sitting in a wagon adorned with flowers. The wagon is being pulled by a pony held at the bridle by a man. The man is wearing a cap, a white coat, and black pants. The boy in the wagon is wearing an oversized top hat and in a suit....
    • Grandmother and Granddaughter

    • Children; Childhood & youth; Grandparents; Houses; Housing; Flowers; Flowerpots; Coats; Hats;
    • Toddler Anne Thomas sits on the lap of an older woman, most likely one of her grandmothers. They are sitting in a plain chair in front of a dark brick house surrounded by flowers in full bloom. The weather is sunny, but both subjects are wearing...
    • Hidden Behind Nature

    • Women; Nature; Plants; Agriculture; Farm produce;
    • Three young women, one of them Lera Millard, standing behind a large plant with large leaves. The women's heads are the only part of them visible over the foliage. Behind them is a large tree.
    • 1835 Spanish Land Certification

    • Land grants; Republic of Texas; Surveyors; Land; Land tenure;
    • Three page document signed by the alcalde, or magistrate, of Nacogdoches, Radford Berry, recognizing Lancelott Smithers as the legal representative of Louis Carbajal of Bexar. Mr. Smither is to locate and measure two sites of land in the...

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