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    • Carriage Ride

    • Horses; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Roads; Transportation
    • W. B. Tunnell and Avalona Starling, later married, pictured on a carriage ride down a dirt road during their courting days, c. 1900.
    • Dr. Brittain's Office

    • Physicians; Medical offices; Pharmacists;
    • Dr. J.M. Brittain, a doctor in Jacksonville, Texas, is seated on the far right examining an unidentified patient in his office by taking his pulse; pharmacy area and pharmacist in background, circa late 19th-early 20th century.
    • Cotton Market

    • Horse teams; Streets; Horses; Mules; Carts & wagons; Business districts; Buildings; Architecture; Cotton
    • A long line of wagons loaded with baled cotton gathers on East Commerce Street in Jacksonville, Texas, as farmers sell their cotton, c. 1900.
    • Summers' Home

    • Dwellings; Houses; Buildings; Men; Women; People; Fences; Architecture
    • 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.
    • Jacks and Jennets Ad

    • Advertisements; Horses; Mules; Selling; Donkeys; Animals
    • A Wilkerson Bros. advertisement listing names and descriptions of the mules being sold from the estate of H.C. Ezell.
    • Certificate of Birth

    • Birth certificates; Children;
    • Fred Manchaca's birth certificate. He was born on May 29, 1891 in Nacogdoches, Texas, to Nick Manchaca and Antonia Montes.
    • Teel Letter, January 1, 1897

    • Business & finance; Economic & industrial aspects; Cotton; Prices; Health & welfare;
    • Letter to sister about his health troubling him lately. He tells her about how pleasant his Christmas was and goes on to write to Wyatt Teel in the letter. He asked if Wyatt had sold his cotton yet and tells him it is only worth 5 cents where he is...
    • Fears, Mr. & Ann

    • African Americans; Posing; Sitting; Standing; Suits (Clothing); Portraits
    • Mr. Fears and Ann posing for a formal portrait. Mr. Fears is sitting and Ann is standing next to him with her arm on his shoulder.
    • Colt 44

    • Arms & armament; Firearms
    • Single action Colt .44-40 caliber cowboy pistol, 7 1/2 barrel.
    • 1899 Series $5 Silver Certificate

    • Money; Indians of North America; Business & finance;
    • Five dollar silver certificate, 1899 "Chief" note (FR 280). Hunkpapa (Lakota Sioux) Chief Running Antelope is pictured on the front of the note. Note that his head dress is Pawnee.
    • 1882 series $10 National Bank Note

    • Money; Business & finance
    • Ten dollar national currency note issued by "The Frost National Bank of San Antonio." This type of currency was issued from 1864 to 1935 by federally chartered banks.
    • L.T. Barret Interrogations

    • Land; Land grants; Marriage
    • Letter from Lyne T. Barret to J.R. Arnold about the Arnold and Attoway Suit which involves land certificates belonging to Angelina Barret
    • 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.
    • Nacogdoches University Building

    • Schools; Universities & colleges; Buildings
    • Nacogdoches University Building in 1890
      Nacogdoches University was chartered in 1845 with its first home being the "Red House" in downtown Nacogdoches. In 1858, a permanent brick building was erected on Washington Square, a few blocks...


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