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    • 1928 - 1930 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Documents; Diseases; Business & finance; Physicians;
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • 1924-1928 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Business & finance; Physicians;
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • 1920-1924 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Business & finance; Physicians
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • 1916-1920 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death; Death & burial; Business & finance; Physicians;
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • Rusk High School

    • Schools; Buildings; Architecture; Educational facilities; Arches; Windows
    • The old Rusk High School on Henderson Street in Rusk, Texas, which faced Henderson Street adjacent to the old elementary school. The building, constructed of red brick, demonstrates an example of a NeoClassical Revival style of architecture...
    • Elementary School Class

    • Students; School children; Boys; Girls; Teachers; Buildings; Architecture; Educational facilities;
    • Miss Ruth Gibson's elementary school class, 1920-1921 school year, pictured in front of an arched entryway to a brick school building in Rusk, Texas. There are twenty-eight students and one teacher. Most of the students have shoes on but a few...
    • Elementary School Class

    • Schools; School children; Students; Boys; Girls; Teachers; Buildings; Architecture
    • Miss Ruth Gibson's elementary school class, circa 1920s, pictured in front of an arched entryway to a brick school building in Rusk, Texas. There are thirty-six students and the teacher. Most fo the students have shoes, but some do not.
    • Alto High School Football Team

    • Students; Sports; Football; Football players; Teachers; Mascots; Buildings; Architecture; Coaches (Athletics); Schools;
    • Alto, Texas, High School Football Team, 1929, pictured in front of brick school building; list of names of those pictured as follows: Front - Arnold Arnold Atkinson, Leland Rozelle, Angus Ray, Paul Rounsaville, ___ Boyd, Homer Atkinson, Carlos...
    • Jacksonville High School

    • Buildings; Schools; Architecture; Educational facilities;
    • Two-story, red brick Neoclassical Revival Jacksonville High School building in Jacksonville, Texas. Architectural features of the building include a pyramidal hipped roof, domed towers, bracketed cornices emphasized by dentiled trim bands,...
    • Jacksonville High School Class

    • Schools; Alumni & alumnae; Graduation ceremonies; Students; Buildings; Churches; Stained glass; Columns; Clothing & dress; Hats; Bouquets;
    • Jacksonville High School Class of 1922 graduation photograph, taken in front of a church and its stained glass windows; names of those pictured as follows: Front row left to right - Marshall Holland, Katsy Lowe, Jesse Pruitt, Everett Gragard Jr.,...
    • Odom & Moseley's Drug Store

    • Stores & shops; Drugstores; Storefronts; Window displays; Buildings; Architecture
    • Odom & Moseley's Drug Store, established 1907 by E. M. Moseley, in Rusk, Texas; photograph of storefront. The brick storefront demonstrates a commercial form of the Gothic Revival style architecture. There is a metal awning with advertising...
    • Liberty Hotel

    • Hotels; Buildings; Architecture; Travel; Icons;
    • The Liberty Hotel, which opened in Jacksonville, Texas, in 1920 was destroyed by fire in 1972. Built in the Mission revival style. There is a handcart along the curb of the dirt road next to the concrete steps. There is some type of banner and...
    • Main Street, Jacksonville, Texas

    • Business districts; Buildings; Architecture; Stores & shops; Streets; Automobiles; Telecommunication cables;
    • Main Street, Jacksonville, Texas, looking south from near Ragsdale's Corner, 1926. Showing a busy intersection with offices, stores, and housing along the paved street, telephone poles, and cars parked diagonally into the curb.
    • Octagon Barn

    • Buildings; Barns; Architecture; Octagonal buildings;
    • Two views of a rare eight-sided barn, with cupola, on farm of Reba Sessions in New Summerfield, Texas, the only one of its type known in Cherokee County. Built around 1900, it is still in use. There is no interior support for the structure, which...
    • Parade

    • Parades & processions; Mayors; Business districts; Streets; Automobiles; Crowds; People; Telecommunication cables;
    • Automobiles in parade on a dirt street with mayor in lead. Men, women, and children line the dirt road in front of brick multi-story buildings and many telephone poles.
    • Rusk High School Junior Class

    • Schools; Students; Buildings; Architecture; Educational facilities;
    • Rusk, Texas, High School Junior Class 1921-1922, photographed in front of brick school building and either standing or sitting on a bench: Top row - 1. Charles Kerr, 2. Prof. Garner, 3. Chester Gifford. 2nd row - 4. Summer Korman, 5. Carrol Gregg,...
    • Miss Robert Leake's Teaching Resume

    • Teaching; Teachers; Education; Employment; Wages;
    • Teaching resume of Rusk, Texas, school teacher Miss Bob Leake, encompassing her during the years 1916 to 1960, written out on notebook paper. It includes each of the schools where she taught, subjects, and, occasionally, her pay. She taught at...
    • Leggett family

    • Family; Millers; Mills; Sawmills; Lumber industry
    • (Left to right) Hattie Kolb-Leggett, Jim Leggett, and Maud Leggett in front of an entrance at Frost-Johnson Mill in Nacogdoches, Texas. Jim Leggett was an employee of Frost-Johnson Mill.
    • Land deed, 1922

    • Law & legal affairs; Business & finance; Land; Land tenure; Dead persons
    • One thousand dollars paid in hand by L.P. Teel for 42 acres of land in San Augustine County owned by minors Ydelle Teel and Yvonne Teel children of the deceased John Teel.
    • Land Deed, 1920s

    • Business & finance; Farming; Land; Document signings;
    • Land deed filed April 15, 1926 for $3,075 with a 10% interest rate. Land deed filed March 15, 1926 for $10.
    • Rodrigues Brothers

    • Families; Men; Bottles; Suits (Clothing)
    • Neely Cecelio Rodrigues (left) was born on November 20, 1890 and Antonio “Tony” Rodrigues (right) was born on January 17, 1889. The Rodrigues brothers were born and raised in Nacogdoches.
      In 1909 Antonio married Christine Lazarine who died...
    • Warranty Deed, 1927

    • Business & finance; Land; Land tenure
    • Warranty deed for four tracts of land that are a portion of the James Moss survey situated about 6 miles west from the town of San Augustine. The amount of $1,000 cash paid in hand to W.H. Teel by L.P. Teel.
    • Warranty Deed, 1923

    • Business & finance; Land;
    • Warranty deed for land five miles west of the town of San Augustine for the amount of $37.50 paid to T.W. Lilliard by L.P. Teel
    • Wright, Albert

    • African Americans; Children; Photographs;
    • Albert Wright's baby photo. Born on April 11, 1920 to Mr. and Mrs Eddie Wright in Nacogdoches.
    • Timpson Service Men

    • Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Military organizations; Militias; Rifles; Firearms;
    • A group of service men posing in front of the Methodist Church South in Timpson, Texas.
    • Mt. Zion Sacred Harp Singing Minutes

    • Music; Singing; Folk music;
    • Ledger consisting of meeting notes from the Mt. Zion Sacred Harp Singing Convention that took place once a year starting on the Thursday before the third Sunday in August. Sacred Harp Singings are musical and social events consisting of a...
    • First Baptist Church of Beckville, 1925

    • Churches; Meetings;
    • Record book of the First Baptist Church of Beckville in Panola County. Includes members and meeting minutes. October 17, 1925 - December 18, 1943.
      Note: Members A only partially scanned and found on the Church Covenant page.
    • History of E.J. Campbell School

    • African Americans; Education; Teachers; School principals; Educational facilities;
    • Short essay about the history of E.J. Campbell School. The unknown author discusses former locations, teachers, and principals. While the exact date is unknown, the essay was written after 1961.
    • Mallory, Henry

    • African Americans; Men; Suits (Clothing); Portraits; Postcards
    • Mr. Henry Mallory posing for a photo portrait postcard. He is dressed in a suit and bow tie.
    • Pearl

    • African Americans; Children; Infants;
    • Mrs. Pearl is sitting and holding a baby in her lap while a young girl stands next to her. They are posing in the middle of a field and a wooden fence is in the background.
    • Rivers

    • African Americans; Men; Portraits; Suits (Clothing); Hats
    • Mr. Rivers is sitting and posing for a portrait. At the bottom of the photograph is written - this is Gennie (?) Rivers he lives at Boynton (?) R2. #33.
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Men; Portraits; Suits (Clothing); Hats
    • Unidentified male posing in a suit, tie and hat. His image is framed inside a leaf shape.
    • Rusk Family

    • African Americans; Men; Women; Children; Cotton; Cotton industry; Cotton pickers; Laborers;
    • Charlie Rusk and his family posing in the middle of a cotton field. Each person is wearing a hat and carrying a cotton picking bag.
    • Crain Family

    • African Americans; Women; Men; Children
    • Phil Crain and his family posing in a yard. There is a wooden building in the far background behind a fence covered in foliage. On the left side of the image there is an unknown A-frame structure which looks like a swing set but there doesn't...

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