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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/
    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • [Galveston Art Gallery].
    • Faded green & red label that reads, "[top worn away] [ga]LLERY DEALERS IN PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, WINDOW SHADES & ARTISTS MATERIALS J.H. FLETT, MANAGER. M. GALEWSKY, PROPRIETOR. 160 MARKET ST. BET 21 & 22ND GALVESTON, TEX."
    • Galveston Art Gallery. ; Flett, J. H. ; Galewsky, M.
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    • [Galveston Art Gallery].
    • red & green sticker; "THE GALVESTON ART GALLERY. DEALER IN ALL STYLES OF PICTURES, FRAMES, [MOU]LDINGS, CORN[ICES], [PAI]NTINGS AND [ARTIST]S [MATE]RIALS. Mouldings, Frames and Window Shades [illegible] WHOLE[sale] RETAIL J.H. FLETT, PROPRIETOR...
    • Galveston Art Gallery. ; Flett, J. H.
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    • [Last name faded on Census record] , Thomas W.
    • "14 [age] ; Printer ; [unable to read] [place of birth]."
    • [Last name illegible], Thomas W.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of Navasota, ED 58, Grimes County, Texas, Series T9, Roll: 1307, p. 1 (stamped), entry 5.
    • [last name illegible], A.
    • "29 [age] ; Painter ; England [place of birth]."
    • [last name illegible], A.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of Houston, ED 72, Harris County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1308, p. 1 (stamped), entry 28.
    • [last name illegible], George.
    • "22 [age] ; Painter ; Texas [place of birth]."
    • [last name illegible], George.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of Houston, ED 72, Harris County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1308, p. 1 (stamped), entry 28.
    • [last name illegible], George.
    • "43 [age] ; Saddler ; Maine [place of birth]."
    • [last name illegible], George.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of Houston, ED 72, Harris County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1309, p. 1 (stamped), entry 14.
    • [last name illegible], Henry.
    • "40 [age] ; House Carpenter ; Hanover [place of birth]."
    • [last name illegible], Henry.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Precinct 4, ED 96, Tarrant County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1328, p. 185 (stamped), p. 39 (handwritten), entry 333.
    • [last name illegible], Jacob.
    • "32 [age] ; Tailor ; Bavaria [place of birth]."
    • [last name illegible], Jacob.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of Houston, ED 72, Harris County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1308, p. 1 (stamped), entry 28.
    • [last name illegible], M.
    • "28 [age] ; Car. [?] ; Texas [place of birth]."
    • [last name illegible], M.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, Town of Houston, ED 72, Harris County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1308, p. 1 (stamped), entry 28.
    • [Last name illegible], W. B.
    • "36 [age] ; Boot Maker ; Alabama [place of birth]."
    • [Last name illegible], W. B.
    • Includes data from the 1880 Census Population Schedules, City of Weatherford, ED 133, Parker County, Texas, Series: T9, Roll: 1322, p. 328 (stamped), entry 148.

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