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    • Catching up on the News

    • Women; Young adults; Youth; Newspaper industry; Newspapers; Architecture; Clothing & dress; Photographs; Photography;
    • A photograph of a young Lera Millard surrounded by three other women. They are sitting on a set of stone stairs outside of what could be a courthouse or other large building, but most of the building is not in the photograph. Lera is the woman in...
    • Dunagan Family Sympathy Card

    • Cards; Envelopes;
    • A card titled "heartfelt sympathy." Inside the card it reads: "Since clouds hang low/ and sorrow hides/ The sunlight from your view,/ Each true and friendly/ heart goes out/ In Sympathy to you!" Signed by Kittie Dunagan, Everett Dunagan, and Eugene...
    • 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...
    • Buildings Around Nacogdoches Series

    • Buildings; Churches; Tourism; Historic sites; Universities & colleges;
    • This is a series of postcard pictures showing landmarks and tourist attractions of Nacogdoches titled "Nacogdoches: In the Piney Woods of East Texas." Some of the attractions pictured are no longer in business and have since been shut down. Hotel...
    • Appleton Poem

    • Poetry; Typewriting; War; Battlefields; World War I;
    • This creased paper is 8.5'' x 14'' and is a typewritten poem titled "The Fighting Failure" by Everard Jack Appleton. It describes the glory found by a group of soldiers that do not give up their fight during a losing battle. Was enclosed in a...
    • Robinson Sympathy Letter 1934

    • Poetry; Letters; Envelopes; Condolence notes; Death; Children; Stationery;
    • A letter of condolence to Lera Thomas thanking Lera for a previously sent sympathy letter and giving return comfort for the death of Lera's son, Jimmy Thomas, and a poem sent by Elsie Robinson of New York City. The envelope is postmarked October...

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