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    • J.R. Isaac's store

    • Stores & shops; Business districts; Business & finance; Interiors; People
    • Nacogdoches, Texas; interior of J.R. Isaac's store, c. 1900. Gift of Stone Fort Museum, February, 1983.
    • 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...
    • Nacogdoches Square, c. 1916

    • Business districts; Surveying; Building construction; Buildings; Business & finance; Horses
    • Nacogdoches Square looking west. There are two men surveying the square in order to build the new post office. The back of the photograph says W.G. Barron was the contractor for the survery. Construction began in January 1917 and the new post...
    • Nacogdoches Public Square, May 1917

    • Business districts; Building construction; Buildings; Business & finance; Bricklaying; Bricks; Brickwork; Construction; Plazas;
    • View from the southwest corner of the public square during construction of the new post office. Construction began in January 1917 and the new post office opened in February 1918
    • Ox team

    • Ox teams; Carts & wagons; Plazas; Business districts; Transportation; Business & finance; Cotton
    • Nacogdoches, Texas; Ox team with load of cotton on Main Street, hauled from San Augustine, Texas, 1892. Gift of Captain J.J.Cooper, April, 1936.
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Alto, Texas

    • Streets; Business districts; Storefronts; Architecture; Automobile dealerships; Dry goods stores; Post offices; Theaters; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Buildings; Trucks;
    • Automobiles parked on Busy Bee Street, 1924, showing the Ford dealership to the far left, the post office, the ornate Majestic Theater, a tailor shop, and the Berryman & Watters Dry Goods store. There is an elevated concrete sidewalk, the road is...
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Men; Automobiles; Cityscapes; Buildings; Business districts
    • Unidentified man standing next to a light pole on the sidewalk of an unidentified city. There are office buildings in the background.
    • Faye Rison on Bridge on Lanana Creek

    • African Americans; Posing; Young adults; Bridges; Hardware stores; Business districts
    • Faye Rison stands on a bridge, possibly Lanana Creek bridge, in downtown Nacogdoches. There are businesses in the background including Olds Hardware and Lumber store.
    • Polly

    • African Americans; Standing; Hardware stores; Young adults; Bridges; Business districts
    • Polly Davis on a bridge, possibly Lanana Creek bridge, in downtown Nacogdoches.There are businesses in the background including Olds Hardware and Lumber store.
    • Kilgore, Texas, Main Street

    • Business districts; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Carts & wagons; Utility poles
    • Main Street, Kilgore, Texas. Kilgore State Bank and other buildings. The Crimbro's Grocery Store was the Thompson's Brother's store. It was built and stock removed to it from the Millsite in 1874. Also shown are horses, carriages, drivers, crates,...


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