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    • 1900-1911 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 ...
    • 1904-1909 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 ...
    • 1911-1916 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...
    • Carriage Ride

    • Horses; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Transportation; Men
    • David Harrison Todd and Henry Todd on a Sunday afternoon carriage ride, c. 1900. There are two horses, one gray and one dark. The carriage is a four-wheeled vehicle with a convertable top.
    • 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,...
    • Third automobile in Cherokee County

    • Automobiles; Roads; Transportation; Automobile driving; Men
    • Photograph of the third automobile in Cherokee County, on a dirt road. The automobile is a Buick with carbide headlights and no windshield; occupants pictured include D. B. Tucker, Jacksonville, Texas, merchant, and his twin sons Knox and Paul;...
    • Carriage Ride

    • Horses; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Roads; Transportation; Dogs;
    • W. B. Tunnell and Avalona Starling, later married, pictured on a carriage ride down a dirt road during their courting days, c. 1900. The horse is a draft-type gray horse pulling a four-wheeled, single seated cart. There are fences and buildings...
    • 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...
    • Dr. Brittain's Office

    • Physicians; Medical offices; Pharmacists; Patent medicines; Offices;
    • 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 nineteenth to early twentieth century. It...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • John Noblitt Store

    • Stores & shops; Storefronts; People; Men; Dogs; Business people;
    • Two men stand in front of the John Noblitt store, a wooden gabled building with a porch. There is a dog sitting on the wooden boardwalk in front of the door. A sign is advertising Owl Cigars for 5 cents.
    • Arrant's Store

    • Stores & shops; General stores; Men; People; Interiors
    • Customers and clerks in Arrant's store, a purveyor of general merchandise, located on the south side of San Antonio Street in Alto, Texas, in 1915. The image includes produce, fabrics, house wares, food, and other items. The people are all men...
    • Horse Drawn Wagons

    • Carts & wagons; Horse teams; Mules; Buildings; Houses; Gables
    • Wagons filled with household goods (chairs, mattresses, etc.) on dirt street in front of two gable fronted wooden buildings (one two-story and one single-story). The wagons are pulled by mules, the lone rider is on a gray horse.
    • Turney, Texas

    • Carts & wagons; Horses; Dogs; Stores & shops; Buildings; Business districts
    • Turney, Texas, business district showing several businesses as well as the box and crate factory in the left background, people, wagons, horses, and a dog in c. 1905. Mules and horses are hitched to wagons or hitching posts. It appears to be...
    • 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.

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