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    • Kolb family

    • Family; Children
    • Tintype of an unknown child (presumably a member of the Kolb family) in a dress sitting on chair.
    • 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...
    • 1840 Kelsey H. Douglass Notes

    • Money; Business & finance; Merchants; Merchandise exchanges; Merchants' exchanges;
    • Examples of 1840 currency issued by local merchant, Kelsey H. Douglass. Douglass established a thriving mercantile business in Nacogdoches, Texas, using his own currency, which was circulated freely at near par in 1840. His sudden death in 1840...
    • Transporting Lumber, c. 1920s

    • Railroads; Railroad freight cars; Employees; Lumber; Transportation; Transportation industry; Men; Commerce; Business people; Lumber industry
    • Three men standing next to a train with lumber nearby that is presumably waiting to be loaded or unloaded, c. 1920s. The company operating the train is the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad and FRISCO (St. Louis - San Francisco Railway).
    • Child Cooking

    • Lumber industry; Food; Child labor; Children; Stoves; Interiors; Employees; Cooking utensils; Kitchens
    • Young African American boy, presumably an employee of Thompson Lumber Company, next to a Majestic wood burning stove with biscuits baking in the oven, c. 1920.
    • Children's Portrait

    • Children; Childhood & youth; Family; Clothing & dress; Photographers; Photography; Photographic studios; Photographs; Portraits;
    • A photograph of three young children (two girls and one boy) presumably siblings. On the far left is the older girl wearing a simple white, short-sleeved dress, white tights, and black Mary Janes. She has a large bow in her short, brown hair. In...
    • Man with Horse Drawn Cart

    • Carts & wagons; Horses; People; City & town life;
    • Photograph taken as part of Lera Millard's 1970s Europe trip. The photograph contains an unknown man (presumably someone in the same tour group) standing next to a bay horse with a blaze and stripe harnessed to a wooden cart with truck and car...
    • Mini Golf Card

    • Cards; Golf; Recreation; Childhood & youth;
    • A ticket to play a free round of mini golf at "Blue Bell" miniature golf course, 4407 Main Street signed by Sid Mitchell. Presumably a souvenir of Jimmy Thomas.
    • Albert Thomas Notebook

    • Book covers; Books; Education;
    • A green cloth covered notebook in very poor condition. The pages are browned and crumbling. The user of this notebook put the papers in upside down and worked from the back. The cover has an eagle with a crest stamped into it. The inside of the...
    • Jimmy Thomas Scrapbook

    • Scrapbooks; Albums; Photographs; Family; Children;
    • Blue scrapbook belonging to Jimmy Thomas, given to him on Christmas Day, 1932. There is a Native American scene on the front cover with an American Indian paddling a canoe. The scrapbook has a blue string binding and blue press board front and...
    • 1917-1918 Graduation Journal of Lera Millard

    • Scrapbooks; Schools; Football; Social life; Correspondence; Graduation ceremonies; Education; Sports; Students; Student organizations; Recreation; Young adults; Youth; Baseball; Architecture; Travel; Photograph albums; Photographs; Buildings;...
    • This is a published graduation journal for Lera Millard's senior year of high school, 1917 to 1918. It has a collection of classmate pictures and her activities during her last year of high school. "The Girl Graduate Hier Own Book" designed and...


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