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    • Pine Log, 2012-11-12

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-09-29

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Hatchett's Ferry Inn

    • Wooden buildings; Taverns (Inns); Architecture
    • Photograph of Hatchett's Ferry Inn, on the Angelina River at the boundary between Cherokee and Nacogdoches counties in Texas. The old road that passed through here serviced Atoy, Lowe's Chapel, Taylor's Chapel, and Smith County from Nacogdoches...
    • Dial House

    • Wooden buildings; Lodging houses; Architecture; Porches; Fences; Fencing;
    • Photograph of the Dial House in Dialville, Texas, owned by John J. Dial and his wife. The Dials were early settlers to the area before the town was established along the Kansas & Gulf Short Line Railroad (later Cotton Belt). The boarding house was...
    • Mary Eccleston Diary

    • Women; Socialites; Social Life; Religion; Episcopal churches;
    • Mary Louise Anable Eccleston was born in New York City around 1838. On May 20, 1856 she married Reverend John Clarkson Eccleston, M.D., who was born Maryland. Between 1856 and 1863, Dr. Eccleston was rector of St. John's Episcopal Church in Staten...
    • East Texas House 17

    • Houses; Dwellings; Columns; Balustrades; Sidelights; Architecture;
    • Unidentified two-story house in East Texas. The house demonstrates an excellent example of Greek Revival style architecture represented in the low pitch hipped roof and four prominent square columns supporting the full width, full height front...
    • East Texas House 19

    • Houses; Dwellings; Towers; Balustrades; Architecture;
    • House of the Seasons in Jefferson, Texas was built in 1872 by Colonel Benjamin H. Epperson. The house demonstrates an Italianate style of architecture represented by features such as the square tower centered on top of the flat roof, triple row of...
    • East Texas House 18

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Bay windows; Friezes (Ornamental bands); Architecture;
    • Unidentified house in East Texas. The house demonstrates Victorian architecture, Queen Anne specifically, represented by the irregular shaped roof with patterned shingles, bay windows, and wrapping porch with delicate appearing turned porch...
    • East Texas House 13

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Architecture;
    • Unidentified house in East Texas. Demonstrates a Victorian style house, specifically a Queen Anne style of architecture, represented by the steeply pitched, irregular shaped roof and delicate looking turned porch supports with decorative brackets.
    • East Texas House 26

    • Houses; Dwellings; Columns; Architecture;
    • The Holcome House was built around 1850 in Marshall, Harrison County. Eight large columns along the front of the house reflect Greek Revival style architecture. Other features include six-over-six double hung windows topped with pediments. The...
    • East Texas House 16

    • Houses; Dwellings; Masonry; Bricks; Columns; Architecture;
    • Unidentified two-story brick home in East Texas. There are two large columns to the front of the house, and a chimney on the side. The house demonstrates a Neoclassical style of architecture typically built from 1895-1950. Representative features...
    • East Texas House 12

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Columns; Architectural photographs; Architecture;
    • Unidentified house with overgrown bushes and snow on the ground. Simple one-story example of Greek Revival architecture demonstrated by the low pitched side gable roof, wide trim band emphasizing the cornice, full height entry porch with four...
    • Nacogdoches High School

    • Schools; Postal cards; Architecture; Historic buildings; Education;
    • Early buildings, on current site of Thomas J. Rusk Middle School (1992). Neoclassical architecture. Black and white postcard, circa 1940.
    • The cenotaphs of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan

    • Monuments & memorials; Monuments; Architecture; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Gates;
    • An Indian architecture cenotaphs of Mughal Empress Mumtaz Mahal (1593-1631) and Emperor Shah Jahan inside the Taj Mahal. The cenotaph is made out of marble that has a pattern created within the marble that is surrounded by a gate.
    • Posing on the Porch

    • Porches; Architecture; Architectural elements; Women; Photography; Photographs; Architecture; Houses;
    • A faded photograph of two unidentified women posing on a front porch. One woman is sitting on the railing while the other is standing with a hand resting on the railing. The porch has detailed spindles and columns, brick piers, and spans at least...
    • Public Square in Japan

    • Plazas; Stores & shops; Architectural & site components; Architectural elements; Architecture; Pagodas; Roofs;
    • This is a view of different pagoda markets with a public square and lamppost on the square. There are many people walking around the square to different buildings. The buildings have red roofs with Asian architecture. There is an aerial tramway in...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 18

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 18

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in it's city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • 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,...
    • Alto Men's Group Photograph

    • Buildings; Architecture; Water towers; Automobiles; Weather vanes; People
    • Group of men in Alto, Texas, in front of a Colonial Revival style one-story brick building with a hipped roof and weathervane on top. In the background are automobiles, a water tower, and an electricity generating station. List of names of those...
    • Bolton & Commerce Streets in Jacksonville, Texas (right half)

    • Business districts; Roads; Traffic signs & signals; Buildings; Architecture; Construction; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Automobiles; Horses; Mules; Telecommunication cables;
    • Intersection of Bolton and Commerce streets looking North and East. Bank. The street is dirt, there are telephone and telegraph lines and poles in front of the buildings. There is a large pile of bricks in the middle of the street which also has...
    • Parade

    • Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Horses; Crowds; Business districts; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Streets; Automobiles; Architecture;
    • Jacksonville, Texas, parade with horse mounted honor guard with Gillespie's Variety Store in background as well as Cherokee Hardwar Co., Star Market. Crowds line the streets with cars and a float with outriders.
    • Car Rally in Business District

    • Automobiles; Streets; People; Storefronts; Business districts; Architecture; Telecommunication cables; Parades & processions;
    • Many automobiles parked on street in front of stores with large crowd bordering streets. It appears to be some type of special event occurring in the dirt street. Lots of boys and men in shirtsleeves are looking on from the sides while drivers...
    • 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...
    • Cotton Market Wagon Train

    • Horse teams; Streets; Horses; Mules; Carts & wagons; Business districts; Buildings; Architecture; Cotton; Telecommunication cables;
    • A long line of wagons loaded with baled cotton gathers on East Commerce Street in Jacksonville, Texas, as farmers sell their cotton, c. 1900. The wooden carts each have four wheels and two horses or mules. The street is dirt with brick and stone...
    • 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.
    • Moore Hotel

    • Hotels; Carts & wagons; Buildings; Horses; Architecture; Barns; Columns; Porches;
    • The Moore Hotel in Alto, Texas. A free classical enlarged foursquare wooden structure with a front gable. It has several brick chimneys and cross gables. There is a wooden barn in the background.A man and woman are pictured reading on front...
    • 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...
    • Horse and rider

    • Horseback riding; Horses; Men; Houses; Architecture; Saddles
    • Horse and rider, wearing a long, black coat or duster, standing in front of Queen Anne style house with spindle porch supports and railing.
    • J. F. Mallard's Store

    • Stores & shops; Storefronts; Buildings; Architecture; Streets; Telecommunication cables;
    • View from across the street of the two-story brick J. F. Mallard store. There are several men standing on the sidewalk. The road is dirt.
    • Theo Miller Building

    • Buildings; Architecture; Men; Women; People; Horses; Brickwork; Business & finance; Horses;
    • Crowd of men and women in front of Theo Miller building, a Victorian massed brick three-story commercial structure. There is a man riding a horse and people standing on the second story balcony and sitting in the third story windows.
    • Summers' Home

    • Dwellings; Houses; Buildings; Men; Women; People; Fences; Architecture; Porches; Bricks; Chimneys; Fences; Clothing & dress;
    • The Summers family home on the corner of Fifth and Sycamore streets in Rusk, Texas. It is a three-story brick Victorian structure with a cellar. There are about twenty men and women on the second story porch with a wooden railing. Three women...
    • Corner & Fairris Building

    • Buildings; Hotels; Architecture; Horses; Carts & wagons; People; Business & finance;
    • Brick, three-story Corner & Fairris building with Hotel sign over first floor door. It has a sooden balcony for the second story and it could be used for the third story. It is a Italian Renaissance style structure.
    • New Rusk Hotel

    • Buildings; Hotels; Architecture
    • New Rusk Hotel. The Italianate three-story brick structure still stands on the north side of the courthouse square in Rusk, Texas It is shown with scaffolding along the fron tof the building, ornate brickwork, and low shrubs.
    • Public Square in Rusk

    • Cityscape photographs; Courthouses; Architecture; Crowds; People; Men; Women; Buildings; Statues; Monuments; Churches;
    • Large crowd around the courthouse with tall clock and belltower. Also visible are stores and businesses along one street and the Confederate Veterans Memorial statue in the square in Rusk, Texas. Taken some time after 1907. The square has dirt...
    • Cherokee County Courthouse

    • Buildings; Courthouses; Architecture; Fences; Horses; Trees
    • A photograph of the first Cherokee County courthouse in Rusk, Texas. A saddled horseis tied to a hitchng post. A board fence surrounds the courthouse grounds filled with trees and possibly outbuildings. The courthouse is a central plan structure...

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