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    • Afghan Children from Houston Hospitals, 1986

    • Children; Wounds & injuries; People; Politicians
    • Nine young Afghans aged 8 through 18, some of them rebel fighters against invading Soviet forces, arrived at the Houston Intercontinental Airport to receive medical treatment. Charlie Wilson was credited with initiating the arrival of the nine...
    • Lunchtime

    • African Americans; Eating & drinking; Sitting; Standing; Trees; Benches
    • One unidentified young woman is sitting on a bench around a tree and eating her lunch at E.J. Campbell High School. Another young woman in the background is standing and looking into the distance.
    • Entertaining on Campus, c. 1930

    • Eating & drinking; Dinner parties; Stephen F. Austin State University; Universities & colleges; Students; College administrators; Teachers colleges; Teachers; Politicians; Schools; Landscapes (Representations); Crowds; Educational facilities
    • Faculty and staff of Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College having dinner with members of the Texas Legislature on Vista in front of the Austin Building. c. 1930
    • Thomas Letters, September 30, 1916

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Studying; Social life; Eating & drinking; Courtship;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert had received a letter and package containing candy from Lera. Describes the food that they serve the students at Rice Institute. He calls his dormitory room the "bull pin." Albert says that he has...
    • Stone Fort Rifles

    • Spanish-American War; Eating & drinking; Military service; Military life
    • Stone Fort Rifles, 1900. There are a number of men and one woman sitting at a table under a tent. There are tin cups on the table and the woman appears to be eating.
    • Bone Letter, February 10, 1863

    • Military life; Military camps; Correspondence; Family; Civil War; Eating & drinking; Medical personnel; Medical aspects of war
    • Camp near Pine Bluff. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he had a good meal (hog jaw, peas, butter and buttermilk) when he went out of camp to see a sick soldier, sold his mule, has $525 in his pocket and will send some money home.
    • Stone Fort Rifles

    • Spanish-American War; Eating & drinking; Tents; Military camps; Military cookery; Military life; Military service
    • Stone Fort Rifles; three of the men at dinner in Mobile, Alabama, 1898 Co. B, 2nd Texas: Capt. J. W. Ireson, 1st Lieut. McNeil Chapman, 2nd Lieut. Robt. Shindler.

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