This is a black and white photograph of parsonage in 1912. There is a note accompanying it that says "Where I was born, W.N. McKenney, 8737 Bunningham, Houston, TX 77055. My father was Rev. S. Stephen McKenney."
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This is a black and white photograph of the Millard-Lee house after it was awarded a Texas Medallion by the Texas Historical Commission. The house was built in 1837 by Robert Millard, later purchased by Lee family. It was located along South...
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Black and white photograph of the Burrows-(Millard)
house after it was awarded a
Texas Medallion by the Texas Historical Commission,
from the right front view. Constructed around 1867-1874,
it was originally located
1/2 mile south of...
The caboose, after repairs were made at Millard's Crossing, is shown in this black and white photograph. The caboose was part of train chartered by the E.B. Hayward Lumber Company in 1905 (later Nacogdoches and Southeastern Railroad line,...
The photograph is 7.75'' x 5.5'' on cardboard paper, and it has a young child standing in a backwards chair. The child is wearing all white. There is an oval stamp with a logo that reads "Collins Card."
This a photograph of the flag ceremony that was included in a letter thanking Mrs. Thomas for her donation of an American flag. The letter, from the Knights of Columbus, was dated 1967 sent from Baytown, Texas.
Group portraits; Photographs; Meetings; Suits (Clothing);
A color photograph of three rows of men and women, all wearing a similar name tag. There is an American flag in the background. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. McMurrey are seated in the middle row. May possibly be at the 1970 Expo in Osaka, Japan.
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The Burrows-(Millard) house after it was awarded a Texas Medallion by the Texas Historical Commission. The black and white photograph was taken from the left front of the house. Constructed between 1867-1874, the house was originally located 1/2...