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    • Lehmann, Theodore.
    • Newspaper item: "$20 REWARD. STRAYED or STOLEN. a Spanish Mare, iron grey, strongly built, back made sore by the saddle; with a broad white stripe on the face and nose, about 8 or 9 years old; with three brands on her left hind leg. Also, a Spanish...
    • Lehmann, T.
    • The Morning Star (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 65, Ed. 1, July 8, 1840. (University of North Texas, The Portal to Texas History). URL: http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80003/m1/4/
    • Bishop, Josiah.
    • Newspaper advertisement: "$20 Reward. Stolen from the subscriber's shop in Houston about the 15th May, by A. Youry, a thin gold Elippine watch. Said Youry has been seen on the Brasos river, and said he was going to Velasco: he is a tall man, black...
    • Bishop, Josiah. ; Youry, A.
    • Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), June 8, 1837 ; June 13, 1837 ; June 24, 1837. Electronic version. (University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History). URL: http://texashistory.unt.edu/explore/collections/TTXR/browse/
    • Reed & Lathrop.
    • Promissory note for $200.00, dated April 27th, 1876 from Lovelace & Hudson to R. F. Campbell. Pictured on the note is a woman holding a sword and shield and a bald eagle with the American shield.
    • ink ; paper -- unspecified
    • Donated to the Dallas Historical Society by Miss Emma Campbell.
    • Lehmann, Theodore.
    • Newspaper item: "$50 REWARD.--Ranaway [sic] from Bigelow's farm, near Travis, county of Austin, a man named Samuel H. Martin, who lived folmerly [sic] with Mr. Robt. Kleberg, at Cold Spring. Said Martin took away from that place my riflle [sic]...
    • Lehmann, Theodore
    • The Morning Star (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 65, Ed. 1, July 8, 1840. (University of North Texas, The Portal to Texas History). URL: http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80003/m1/3/
    • Taylor, J. M.
    • Newspaper advertisement: "$500.00 Reward, For the man who can employ 10 clerks at $50.00 per month, pay $100.00 per month house rent and sell goods 13 months out of each year at cost(?), Arrest Him and Put Him in Jail, Bring me his prices and I...
    • Taylor, J. M.
    • Denton County News (Denton, Texas), Vol. 7, No. 27, November 3, 1898, image sequence 4. (Microfilm edition)
    • ---h, J. A.
    • "62 [age] ; Carpenter ; Massachusetts [place of birth]."
    • ---h, J. A.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of Dallas, ED 55, Dallas County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1299, p. 31 (stamped), p. 9 (handwritten), entry 110.
    • Warren, David B.
    • "--------- + Jones 1866 Dir Adv / Auction + Comm. Merchants / / auction sales every Thurs. + Fri / consisting of a general asstmt of / Merch. Furn. Prod. Clothing / glassware + c."
    • ----- & Jones.
    • David B. Warren research notes: Galveston City Directory 1866.
    • Bishop, Josiah.
    • Newspaper notice: "$100 REWARD.--The foregoing reward will be giv-en for the apprehension of the thief or thieves who entered my silversmith shop on Friday evening the 21st inst. by the means of false keys, and purloined therefrom a large amount of...
    • Bishop, Josiah.
    • Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), September 29, 1838 ; October 6, 1838 ; October 13, 1838. Electronic version. (University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History). URL: ...
    • Fowler, Jim.
    • Presentation regarding the history and production of 19th century Texas stoneware.
    • Meyer Pottery. ; H. Wilson & Co. ; Wilson, Hiram. ; Wilson J. M. ; Leopard, John. ; Duncan, Matthew.,
    • Unpublished presentation: Fowler, Jim. "19th Century Texas Stoneware." Presentation at Austin Community College, Austin, Texas, March 22, 1999.
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    • Photograph bank building under construction. Hand-printed caption on photographic mount: 1st State Bank; Edna, Texas. Four men standing on top of the building, several under the porch area, one wearing overalls, children to the side of the...
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    • 1st State Bank, Prints and Photographs Collection file-Edna Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
    • Parks, Percy.
    • Newspaper item: "28 Photos and one button for 25 cts. Owing to bad weather, which prevent-ed a number of people from getting pictures before the time we advertised to leave we have decided to remain here until Wednesday, April 17th, which is...
    • Parks, Percy.
    • Denton Monitor (Denton, Texas), Vol. 33, No. 50, April 13, 1901, image sequence 1. (Microfilm edition)
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    • Newspaper advertisement: "83 Continuous Years in Business in San Antonio. Your Parents, Your Grandparents, Your Great-Grandparents have been Bell's patrons. In the far-away days of 1852, Samuel Bell and his two sons established a jewelry store in...
    • Bell & Brothers. ; Bell Jewelry Company. ; Bell, Samuel.
    • San Antonio Express, December 31, 1935, MFAH Object file B.81.6
    • Raba, E.
    • Description from label on back: "Photo showing Acequia Street, now Main Avenue, with Presbyterian Church at left, Main Plaza at lower corner to right, view looking north. Photo taken in early sixties." A sign for saddles is visible in the...
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    • Freeman, Alfred.
    • Studio portrait of Athanase Cretien (1824-1895) at the age of 53. He has a long beard and mustache and is wearing a suit. Cretien was a member of the La Reunion colony in Dallas County. Card mount has a pink backing printed with a decorative border...
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    • Donated to the Dallas Historical Society by Charles Cretien.
    • Wright, Charles J.
    • Studio portrait of a boy, possibly identified as Jamie. He is sitting on a bench made from rough cut branches next to a short fence or gate made of the same. He is wearing shorts and a pleated dress shirt and tie, with long socks or stockings and...
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    • Donated to the Dallas Historical Society by Mary Riggs.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Three sketches, including one of a cactus, and two facial profiles, on one page.
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Pencil sketches of (upper left) one whole camel, (upper right) one head of camel (Camp Verde Camel Experiment), (lower right) one head of a caracara bird (Mexican eagle)
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Bartlett and Hooker. ; Lone Star Gallery.
    • Studio Portrait of Charles Rhodes Brown holding hat and cane; leaning on a table.
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    • Lone Star Gallery, 159 Market Street in Galveston, Texas
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Two sketches, including one of two women and a horse and another image of a crawling child, on one page.
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • [Unknown].
    • Hand drawn survey map from Sarah Horton Cockrell collection of a portion of downtown Dallas, Texas. Map showing blocks by the Trinity River east to Poydras, and from Gibbs (north) to Columbia (south); blocks and some lots are colored.
    • paper -- unspecified
    • Donated to the Dallas Historical Society by Sarah Horton Cockrell.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Graphite drawing of two dragon heads or serpent-like heads. The sketch is on machine-made woven light brown paper with no visible watermark.
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Sketch in pencil and crayon of a sheet draped over something.
    • charcoal ; graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Sketch in pencil and crayon of a sheet draped over something.
    • chalk ; charcoal ; graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Sketch of the backside of a man in uniform and a tall hat with a plume.
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Drawing of a nude male standing and to the right is a sketch of an artist.
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Ink drawing of a figure wearing a checkered outfit and pointed hat with plume riding on the back of a flying stork. Behind the image there are some graphite markings indicating that the image was drawn first. Sketch is on a small piece of paper. On...
    • graphite ; ink ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Bolton & Mitchell.
    • Studio portrait of a group of five unidentified children. The second child from the left is wearing a light colored dress with a large collar and pin. The two girls in the middle are wearing matching dresses and necklaces, and they appear to be...
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    • Donated to the Dallas Historical Society by Sue R. Diggle.
    • Cottage Studio, The.
    • Group studio portrait of four unidentified children. The two girls and toddler in the front are wearing light colored outfits, while the boy in the back is wearing a dark outfit with a fancy collar.
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    • Donated to the Dallas Historical Society by O. B. Colquitt.
    • Strickland & Clarke, Lith.
    • Lithographed stationery, possibly a cut letterhead, for Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Railway Company, Sun Set Route. Features decorative typography and images of San Antonio, Galveston, and a railroad track headed toward the setting sun.
    • paper -- unspecified
    • Donated to the Dallas Historical Society by Mary Riggs.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Sketch of a small child sleeping.
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • Petri, Friedrich Richard.
    • Sketch of a horse head underneath an oak tree. The drawing covers two pages in the sketchbook.
    • graphite ; paper -- unspecified
    • Gift to Texas Memorial Museum from Alfred O. Wupperman Family, 1972.
    • [Illegible], James.
    • "30 [age] ; Wagonmaker ; South Carolina [place of birth]."
    • [Illegible], James.
    • Includes data from the 1870 Census Population Schedules, Town of Coffeeville, Upshur County, Texas, Series: M593 Roll: 1607, p. 83 (stamped), p. 162 (handwritten), entry 214.
    • [Illegible], Marie.
    • "23 [age] ; Female [sex] ; Seamstress ; Louisiana [place of birth]."
    • [Illegible], Marie.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of San Antonio, ED 13, Bexar County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1291, p. 73 (stamped), p. 18 (handwritten), entry 205.
    • [Illegible], S.
    • "34 [age] ; Brick Mason ; 185 [value of personal estate] ; South Carolina [place of birth]."
    • [Illegible], S.
    • Includes data from the 1870 Census Population Schedules, Cusseta Post Office, Davis County, Texas, Series: M593, Roll: 1582, p. 47 (stamped), p. 12 (handwritten), entry 100.
    • [illegible], W. [illegible].
    • "32 [age] ; House carpenter ; Missouri [place of birth]."
    • [illegible], W. [illegible].
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Greenwood, ED 130, Wise County, Series: T9, Roll: 1333, p. 227 (stamped), p. 26 (handwritten), entry 233.
    • [illegible], Wm. H. H.
    • "25 [age] ; Blacksmith ; Texas [place of birth]."
    • [illegible], Wm. H. H.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Greenwood, ED 130, Wise County, Series: T9, Roll: 1333, p. 227 (stamped), p. 26 (handwritten), entry 230.
    • [illegible]rion, Ludwig.
    • "36 [age] ; Tailor ; Prussia [place of birth]."
    • [illegible]rion, Ludwig.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of New Braunfels, ED 38, Comal County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1297, p. 1 (stamped), p. 2 (handwritten), entry 11.
    • Raba, E.
    • Description from label on back: "Immaculate Conception (first mission) photo taken in 1864" ; From a Texas Memorial Museum Collection of photographs near San Antonio by E. Raba of San Antonio.
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    • Journeay, William O.
    • Studio portrait of J. M. Presler, Jr., at the time he served in Texas Senate. He is wearing a suit with a bow tie.
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    • Ankenman & Co.
    • Photographic reproduction of a studio portrait of J. M. Presler, Sr. Card mount features scalloped and gilt edges with an impressed imprint on front, and two ghost images transferred to the back of the mount, both feature women.
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