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    • Noyes to Thomas 01-18-1937

    • Letters; Letterheads; Legislators; Legislation; Correspondence; Government officials; Political activity; Political issues; Political organizations; Political representation; Politicians; Politics & government; Committees;
    • This letter is typed on stationary from The Citizens’ Joint Committee on National Representation for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. In the letter, Noyes writes: Dear Representative Thomas: I am pleased to note your letter in which you...
    • European Church

    • Church & state; Churches; Architectural & site components; Architectural elements; Architecture; Statues; Religious facilities; Roofs; Stone buildings; Towers; Clock towers; Bell towers; Sculpture;
    • A church in Europe in Germany. There are many statues along the roof of the church which is constructed out of red and tan colored stones in which has many different windows. There is a street sign in white above the white booth that is in front of...
    • Jimmy Thomas Scrapbook

    • Scrapbooks; Albums; Photographs; Family; Children;
    • Blue scrapbook belonging to Jimmy Thomas, given to him on Christmas Day, 1932. There is a Native American scene on the front cover with an American Indian paddling a canoe. The scrapbook has a blue string binding and blue press board front and...
    • Kodak Verichrome Advertisement

    • Film negatives; Film stills; Photography; Photographs; Advertisements; Advertising;
    • A color advertisement approximately 3.5 inches by 5 inches in size. This accompanied a set of negatives. The advertisement is for Kodak Verichrome film which developes "better pictures."
    • Portrait of Unidentified Youth

    • Photography; Photographs; Photographic prints; Photographic studios; Photographic postcards; Photographers; Pictures; Portrait photographs; Portraits; Suits (Clothing);
    • 4" x 6" black and white photograph taken by Harrington & Casley Photographers in Nacogdoches, Texas. Although weathered and faded, the image shows a young man posing next to a studio prop with his hat and upon which his right hand rests. An image...
    • Photograph of Lera Millard Thomas

    • Portrait photographs; Girls; Hairstyles; Portrait prints; Portraits; Photographs; Pictures; Women
    • 4 x 6 inches A half-length portrait of a a young Lera Millard with her hair pinned in a bun, and styled down and across her forehead. Although the portrait is half length, the woman appears to be modestly dressed and positioned catty-cornered from...
    • Portrait of an Infant Wearing Shoes and a Dress

    • Portrait photographs; Infants; Children's clothing & dress; Photographic studios;
    • 4 5/16 x 6 ½ inches Black and white photograph of a seated infant. The child stares just to the right of the camera and is wearing a long sleeved white gown with black shoes. The chair in which the child is seated has a blanket draped over it....
    • Drewry to Thomas, Sept to Nov,  1936

    • Legislators; Letters; Telegrams; Correspondence; Government officials; Politicians; Politics & government; Committees; Victories; Political elections; Political organizations; Political campaigns;
    • Telegram and typed sent from P.H. Drewry, Chairman of the Democratic National Congressional Committee, to Albert Thomas in September and November 1936. In the telegram, Drewry congratulates Thomas on his election. In the letter, Drewry thanks him...
    • 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.
    • Stone Fort Rifles Standing in Front of Tents

    • Military camps; Military facilities; Military leadership; Military life; Military occupations; Military officers; Military personnel; Military service; Military training; Military uniforms; People associated with military activities; People...
    • The Stone Fort Rifles, a militia group from Nacogdoches which operated from 1887 to 1907, are standing in a row along the edge of a road facing several officers and a woman in military style dress. She is holding a sword in the air while the men...
    • 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...
    • Sun, Snow, and an Infant

    • Winter; Sun; Snow; Photographs; Children; Childhood & youth; Mothers; Infants; Baby carriages; Clothing & dress;
    • Several photographs of Lera Millard with her daughter Anne Thomas as an infant. The location is unknown, but the images are taken outside and there is snow which makes it possible that the images were taken in or around Washington, DC.
    • Two Women with Interesting Hair

    • Women; Clothing & dress; Hair; Hairstyles; Trees; Houses;
    • A photograph of two unidentified young women in dresses standing outside in the yard. The photo is a closeup on the women which blocks most of the background; however, a few trees and part of a house are visible. The women have interesting...


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