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    • 1836 Loan to the Texas Republic

    • Transportation; Military mobilizations; Republic of Texas; Soldiers;
    • An 1836 receipt of a loan for $25, from Joseph Rowe to the Texas Republic, to be used in transporting military volunteers to headquarters. Signed by D. Watson, Asst. Quarter Master, San Augustine, Texas, July 24, 1836.
    • Baby Portrait in Metal Frame

    • Children; Children's clothing & dress; Wicker furniture; Infants; Portraits;
    • A baby sitting on a wicker chair. The chair appears to be indoor furniture. The baby is wearing a full length white colored dress that has designed ruffles around the collar, including the sleeves and around the skirt. The baby is barefooted and...
    • Samuel B. Nixon Enlistment Paper

    • War; Recruiting & enlistment; Republic of Texas; Military service;
    • Enlistment paper of Samuel B. Nixon of Tennessee into the Army of the Republic of Texas for the duration of the war. He swore the oath at Randolph on January 28, 1837. Name may also be Mixon or Mixen. May have been used in a court case because...
    • Millard-Lee House

    • Dwellings; Structures; Historic buildings; Architecture; Chimneys;
    • The Millard-Lee house was built in 1837 as a family home. It is a rare East Texas example of a “two-story double house” and furnished with nineteenth-century antiques and historic documents.
    • Photograph of Baby Sitting in Wicker Chair

    • Children; Children's clothing & dress; Wicker furniture; Infants; Portraits;
    • A baby sitting on a wicker chair. The chair appears to be indoor furniture. The baby is wearing a full length white colored dress that has designed ruffles around the collar, including the sleeves and around the skirt. The baby is barefooted and...
    • Reed Case

    • Musical instruments;
    • This is a set of four musical reeds used for either a clarinet or saxophone. They were sold by The Houston Band House at 812 McKinney St. in Houston, Texas. They are made from canes of the Arundo donax a type of grass, and they're 6.6 cm long and...
    • Restoration of Sitton Dogtrot Log Cabin

    • Historic buildings; Historic sites; Wooden buildings; Log buildings; Architecture;
    • Color prints of deconstruction and restoration of the Sitton Dog Trot Log Cabin, showing former clapboard siding being removed and reavealing the timbers, chinking, and wooden shingles. The cabin was built in 1843 by William Hayter and was donated...

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