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    • Five Men and a Dog Portrait

    • Men; Dogs; Portrait photographs; Mustaches; Clothing & dress; Group portraits; Studios; Suits (Clothing);
    • 4 ¼ x 6 ½ inches Black and white photograph of five white males and a dark colored dog. Three of the men are sitting and two are standing. The dog is underneath the sitting men's legs. The sitting men are posed with their left legs crossed over...
    • Portrait of Three Children

    • Children; Twins; Portrait photographs; Stools; Children's clothing & dress; Photographic studios;
    • 4 3/16 x 6 7/16 inches Black and white photo of three children. Two possibly toddler-aged twins are seated on tall, wooden stools while the older girl (about 6 years old) stands in between them with her arm resting on one of the stools. All of the...
    • A Family Affair

    • Photography; Photographs; Photographic prints; Photographic studios; Photographic postcards; Photographers; Pictures; Portrait photographs; Portraits;
    • 4" x 6" black and white photograph taken by C. H. Casley Photographer in Nacogdoches, Texas. A family of four poses against a backdrop resembling a porch with trees in the background. From left to right: the father, seated on a stool, wears a...
    • Letters from Jimmy, June 17, 1933

    • Letters; Children; Childhood & youth; Grandparents; Summer; Envelopes; Games; Farm life; Country life; Gardening; Gardens; Hunting; Hay; Cattle; Sunburns;
    • A set of four notes and letters included in one envelope addressed to Mr. Albert Thomas in Houston and stamped in Nacogdoches, Texas on June 17, 1933. Some of the letters are to Albert, but others are written to Lera.
    • Men Standing Next to Silo

    • Working class; Men; Grain elevators; Silos; Historic buildings; African Americans; Agricultural laborers; Agricultural productivity; Agricultural machinery & implements; Architecture; Ladders;
    • A 3.5'' x 3.5'' black and white photograph of three men at work near a grain silo. One of the men is hanging off the ladder of a silo while the other two men are feeding grain onto a belt run machine. The silo looks like the one located off 259,...
    • Men Standing Next to Silo

    • Working class; Men; Grain elevators; Silos; Historic buildings; African Americans; Agricultural laborers; Agricultural productivity; Agricultural machinery & implements; Architecture;
    • A 3.5'' x 3.5'' black and white photograph of three men at work near a grain silo. One of the men is hanging off the ladder of a silo while the other two men are feeding grain onto a belt run machine. The silo looks like the one located off 259,...
    • Photograph of Dog and Five Men

    • Photography; Men; Dogs; Group portraits; Studios; Suits (Clothing);
    • A 3" x 5" photograph by studio of Littlefield Photographer in Nacogdoches, Texas, date unknown, of five males and a dark colored dog. Three of the men are seated on a paisley covered bench and the back two men are standing in front of a backdrop...
    • Group Portrait 1

    • Children; Women; Portrait photographs;
    • A 5.75'' x 7.75'' photograph on card board. The photograph is stamped "C. H. Cagle Photographer Nacogdoches, Tex." Shows a boy and a girl seated on a chair, a boy standing next to the chair, and a woman standing behind the three children.
    • Hair or Hat Pins

    • Pins & needles; Clothing & dress; Women; Hats;
    • A case that reads "Swift Bros & Smith Inc. Jewelry Department" and "Nacogdoches, Texas." There are three long metal pins for either hats or hair inside the case, two of which are the same and third is longer and more ornate.
    • Christmas Card

    • Christmas cards; Correspondence; Greeting cards; Holidays; Childhood & youth;
    • A Christmas card signed by Jimmy Thomas at the bottom. It has three green gingerbread type houses in the background and says "Christmas Greetings and a since wish for a New Year of success and happiness!!"
    • Christmas Card

    • Cards; Holidays; Christmas cards; Correspondence; Childhood & youth;
    • A Christmas card titled "Greetings" for "Jimmie" from "Ned." This card is horizontal in orientation, has three carolers standing in front of a snow covered house. One caroler is holding a lamp and another holds a song book. The inside is blank...
    • A Faded Family Gathering

    • Families; Family; Women; Men; Children; Childhood & youth; Portraits; Portrait photographs; Trees; Infants;
    • A faded photograph of a group of six individuals: one man, three women, and two children under the age of three. One woman sits under a tree in a wooden chair holding a baby on her lap while everyone else stands behind her. There is a row of...
    • Albert Thomas Notebook

    • Book covers; Books; Education;
    • A green cloth covered notebook in very poor condition. The pages are browned and crumbling. The user of this notebook put the papers in upside down and worked from the back. The cover has an eagle with a crest stamped into it. The inside of the...
    • Oak Grove School District

    • School children; Schools; Education; Educational facilities; Children; Childhood & youth; Students; Rural schools; Architecture;
    • A group photograph of the Oak Grove School District. There are between twenty and thirty students in the picture ranging in age from first grade through high school. They are standing in front of the school building that looks like a simple...
    • Architectural Stone building

    • Architectural elements; Architecture; Automobiles; Parking lots; People; Trees; Plants; Buildings; Courthouses;
    • A large stone building with a flag and window boxes. There are two side towers, three rows of arcaded windows. A parking lot full of cars and people walking faces the building. There are shrubs and trees planted between the building and parking...
    • 1852 Letter from D. Hays in San Augustine

    • Farming; Croplands; Corn; Cotton; African Americans; Slavery; Railroads; Hunting; Travel; Families;
    • A letter from D. Hays in San Augustine, Texas, to his brother, James Hays, regarding family, corn and cotton crops, slaves, and the railroad. Sent in response to three letters sent June 12, 20, and July 4 of 1852. D Hays had been in Fort Jesup...

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