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Mary Crain Boyd Collection | Manuscripts

By Laurel Alexander and Rachel Motes

Collection Overview

Title: Mary Crain Boyd CollectionAdd to your cart.
ID: 01/AR0040
Primary Creator: Mary Crain Boyd
Extent: 2.0 Boxes
Arrangement: Arranged by type of material.
Languages: English

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Abstract

Contains two scrapbooks and three folders full of newspaper clippings and other items compiled by Mary E. Crain Boyd.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Newspaper clippings cover topics of poetry, obituaries, the frontier, gender, religion, marriage, moralism, military, science, wealth, politics, people, and political cartoons.  Other items include pressed flowers, feathers, leaves, yarn, and hair as well as school programs, invitations, name cards or calling cards, pictures, cards, and more.

Collection Historical Note

Mary E. Boyd's maiden name was Mary E. Crain.  It can be seen that her maiden name Crain was sometimes written mistakenly as Crane.

It's noted that Miss Crain lived in New York until she moved to McKinney, Texas in 1876 where sometime in 1878 she married Union Army Captain W.L. Boyd.  They were married for 28 years before Mr. Boyd's death in 1906.  Prior to her own death in 1937, Mary Boyd recieved the honor of having the original McKinney Boyd High School, built in 1914, named after her.  While the original McKinney Boyd High School was condemned in 1959, a new McKinney Boyd High School was built and recieved the honor of being named after Mrs. Boyd once more in 2006

Administrative Information

Repository: Manuscripts
Access Restrictions: This collection is not restricted.
Use Restrictions: Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Archives and Rare Books department. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Note: This collection is stored off‐site and require a minimum of 24 hour notice prior to use.
Acquisition Source: Mary E. Boyd Estate

Box and Folder Listing

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Box 2: Mary Crain Boyd Collection, 1870 - 1910Add to your cart.
 
Barcode: 642256
Item 1: Mary Crain Scrapbook, 1870 - 1910Add to your cart.
A green and gold scrap book with the name Mary E. Crain typed on its inside cover containing stories, articles, pictures, portraits, poetry, songs, obituaries, advertisements, programs, pamphlets, and pressed flowers, leaves, feathers, and other miscellaneous items.
Item 1: Page 1-3: Female PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains pictures of the The Lady Godiva - from Leutz's Picture, The Maid of Saragossa - along with an article about her legend, and Going To Work - engraved and printed by Illman Brothers and painted by E. U. Eddle
Item 2: Page 4: A Picture and PoemsAdd to your cart.
Contains poems and the picture Happy Valley.
Item 3: Page 5-6: PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contains poems.
Item 4: Page 7: A Picture and PoemsAdd to your cart.
Contains the picture Scene In Venice and poems.
Item 5: Page 8-9: PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contains poems.
Item 6: Page 10-12: Articles and PoemsAdd to your cart.
Contains poems and articles about the "Death of the Author of Beautiful Snow," "Opposite Sides of the Counter," "Anna Dickinson and the Soldiers," "How Mark Twain Began Life," "Henry Ward Beecher on Love," and "Judgments of Other Men.".
Item 7: Page 13: A Picture, A Poem, and ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Contains the picture The Cocoa Palm, the poem People Will Talk, and articles about "Women Lecturers" and "The Man Who Drinks."
Item 8: Page 14: PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contains poems.
Item 9: Page 15: Scenic PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the pictures "Views In Switzerland. Rorschach" and " Summer Afternoon."
Item 10: Page 16-18: PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contains poems.
Item 11: Page 19: Dr. Kane PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the pictures "Mrs. Almy's Hotel, Havana" (where Dr. Kane died, February 16, 1857) and "Dr. Kane's Body Lying in State" (in Independence Hall, Philadelphia).
Item 12: Page: 20: PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contains poems.
Item 13: Page 21: Scenic PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the pictures " The Slide Lake George" (New York) and " Chocorua Peak" (White Mountains).
Item 14: Page 22-26: PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contains poems.
Item 15: Page 27: A Picture and a PoemAdd to your cart.
Contains an unknown picture and poems.
Item 16: Page 28: William Cullen BryantAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of William Cullen Bryant and the poem The Future Life that he wrote as well as the poem The Death of Bryant and an short article over Bryant's Statue.
Item 17: Page 29: Pictures and PoemsAdd to your cart.
Contains the pictures of Sir William Herschel and Bismark as well as the obituary of Sir John Frederick William Herschel and the poem Gratulation of Americas by William Ross Wallace.
Item 18: Pages 30-31: Poems and a PictureAdd to your cart.
Contains poems and the picture Going to the Party (printed by Dicksee and engraved & printed by Illman Brothers).
Item 19: Page 32: Advertisement, Articles, and a PassAdd to your cart.
Contains an advertisement for "Musical and Dramatic Entertainment," articles about Mexico and a sickly lady, and a pass permiting the bearer to visit the Workshops at the Navy Yard, Pensacola, Fla. on the day June 25, 1872.
Item 20: Page 33: ProgramsAdd to your cart.
Contains the program for the Corunna "Michigan" High School Graduating Class of 1873 on Friday Evening, June 27th, 1873 for the class of John Carland and James G. Miller.  Also contains the program for Private Theatricals on January 12th, 1872.
Item 21: Page 34-68: Poems and Pictures and StoriesAdd to your cart.
Contains poems, stories, and the pictures Suspense (printed by A. Johnaton and engraved & printed by Illman Brothers), Peace-Burial of Wilkie, Whaling, Rev. Glezen Fillmore, Rev. J. F. Wright, Suspense, The Mother's Blessing, Mrs. Elizabeth Fry (engraved by J.C. Buttre New York), Mary Queen of Scots (J. Champagne and W.G. Jackman), Washington Irving, Madame Roland, Old Letters, Golden Summer (printed by Goe. C. Lambdin and printed & engraved by Illman Brothers), and Benj F. Nortes.
Item 22: Page 69: Opera House Program, 1877-12-10Add to your cart.
Contains a program for the Opera House on Monday Evening, December 10, 1877.
Item 23: Page 69-75: Poems, Pictures, and StoriesAdd to your cart.
Contains poems, stories, and the pictures The Self-Made Men of Our Times, Room in which Newton was born, and several other unnamed pictures.
Item 24: Page 76-78: Advertisements and PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the advertisements for a benefit event of the Episcopal Church at Historic Hall on Tuesday Evening, August 13-17 and for a Moonlight Pic Nic at Grove Hall on May 21st, 1872.  Also contains the pictures A Butting Match and On the River (engraved expressly for Peterson's Magazine).
Item 25: Page 79-81: Poems, Marriage, and a MemoriamAdd to your cart.
Contains poems, stories related to marriage, and "Dr. Parker's Touching Eulogy on the Late Henry Ward Beecher."
Item 26: Page 82-83: Peacock Feather, 1872-08Add to your cart.
Contains a clipping of a male peacock feather.
Item 27: Page 84-85: ProgramsAdd to your cart.
Contains the program for the Easter Festival at St. Thomas' Church, Sunday School, on April 9th, 1871 as well as a program for An Evening of Sacred Song with Philip Phillips of New York in Greenville, Ala. Feb. 23rd, 1872.
Item 28: Page 86-87: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the pictures Meeting of the Waters and the Vale of Avoca (County Wicklow), McGillicuddys Reeks and the upper Lake of Killarney (From Ronans Island), The Ruined Church, Lismore Caste (Waterford), and East View of the Giants Causeway (Co: Antrim).
Item 29: Page 88-96: Poems, Pictures, and StoriesAdd to your cart.
Contains poems, stories, and the pictures of The Ebb of Tide, The Grand Duke Alexis of Russia, and Charles R. Darwin Esq.
Item 30: Page 97: Empty PageAdd to your cart.
 
Item 31: Page 98-105: Poems, Pictures, and StoriesAdd to your cart.
Contains poems, stories, and the pictures of Cupid Sharpening His Arrow and Ralph Waldo Emerson (drawn by John W. Alexander).
Item 32: Page 106-107: Personal ItemsAdd to your cart.
Contains pressed flora, yarn, hair, feathers, stickers, name card, and ribbons.
Item 33: Page 108: A Poem and a StoryAdd to your cart.
Contains a poem and a story.
Item 34: Page 109-111: Cotton and FloraAdd to your cart.
Contains a spiral of cotton carded in Greenville, Alabama by an old native and press flora of some type.
Item 35: Page 112-115: Poems, Stories, and a PictureAdd to your cart.
Contains poems, stories, and a picture of A Scene in Rome.
Item 36: Page 116-118: Personal ItemsAdd to your cart.
Contains personal journal entries and poems written while in Dallas, Texas 1974, several metalic engraved paper cut-outs, feathers, and ribbon.
Item 37: Page 119: Empty PageAdd to your cart.
 
Item 38: Page 120: ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Contains several articles in which one makes mention of Mrs. Boyd and another is addressed as "Generous Gift of Mrs. Boyd, 1910-04-10"
Item 39: Page 121-125: Empty PagesAdd to your cart.
 
Item 40: Page 126: Personal Letter to Miss CrainAdd to your cart.
Contains a personal hand-written letter that was sent to Miss Crain on March 16, 1874 while in Dallas, Texas.
Item 41: Page 167-168: Empty PagesAdd to your cart.
 
Item 42: Page 169: A Page of Poems and a PictureAdd to your cart.
Contains poems and a picture of The Bridge of Sighs - drawn by Georgie A. Davis.
Item 43: Page 170-171: Empty PagesAdd to your cart.
 
Item 44: Page 172-176: Poems, Stories, and PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains poems, stories, and pictures of a torn scene and John B. C Gough.
Item 45: Page 177-190: Empty PagesAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 1: 2153 - From the Mary Crain Scrapbook, 1873 - 1910Add to your cart.
Items that came out of the scrapbook: advertisements, programs, invoice, ribbon, publications, etc.
Items: 47
Item 1: The World's Industrial Cotton Centennial Exposition, 1884 - 1885Add to your cart.
An advertisment depicting dimensions of buildings and explanations of what it is, where it will be held, how it can be reached, and some of what people attending may expect.  It notes that this exposition will be held from December 1, 1884 to May 31, 1885.
Item 2: Hymns for Congregational Singing, at McVickersAdd to your cart.
Features two hymns.
Item 3: Corunna High School Graduating Class of 1873 Programme, 1873-06-27Add to your cart.
Presentation of Diplomas to the Class: John Carland and James G. Miller.
Item 4: Chicago Tribune Art Supplement, 1893-10-22Add to your cart.
A Chicago Tribune Art Supplement depicting the Liberty Bell .
Item 5: TravelAdd to your cart.
Contains a Santa Cruz and a Hotel Del Coronado travel brochure, and a Lake Tahoe Steamer ticket.
Items: 3
Item 6: Name CardsAdd to your cart.
Features six name cards, also known possibly as calling cards, containing the names of W. B. Shaw, Mrs. Chas. H. Lay, John Churche, H. T. Gall (possible), H. A. Wiley, and Jones 1877.
Items: 6
Item 7: EnvelopeAdd to your cart.
States "...Mary Crain...McKinney Texas"
Item 8: Great Concerte!, 1876Add to your cart.
As the program states, "A Lyste of Hymns and Tunes, and likewife Worldlye Songs, to be sunge by ye Olde Folks, at a Great Concerte, To be attended at Ye Brick Meeting House, In ye Town of Union, on Tuesday Evening, Ye 22nd, of Ye Month of February, In ye yere of our Lord MDCCCLXXVI: Certain of wh were sunge in ye yere of our Lord MSCCLXXVI."
Item 9: True Love CardAdd to your cart.
Front cover states, "Be my guide.  True Love.  Sweet heart."  The inside states, " Thy smiles, by pure affection wrought, Like rays of light each other chase, And love in thee a home has sought, For love could find no better place."
Item 10: Visitors to Lake TahoeAdd to your cart.
A visitor information guide for the Lake Tahoe area.
Item 11: The Columbian University of Law School Twenty Eighth Annual Commencement and Conferring of Degrees, 1893-06-13Add to your cart.
A program featuring the graduating classes of 1893 in both the Bachelors of Law and the Masters of Law.
Item 12: A NoteAdd to your cart.
A handwritten note in cursive about a phrase used in French to designate the ideas, persons, and things characteristic to the closing years of the 19th century.
Item 13: Notes and Tickets, 1910Add to your cart.
 
Items: 4
Item 14: The Westminster Palace Hotel Company, Limited. Receipt, 1910Add to your cart.
A receipt of purchases made by Mrs. Boyd at the Westminster Palace Hotel Company, Limited.
Item 15: The Columbian University Law School Twenty-Ninth Annual Commencement and Conferring of Degrees, 1894-06-12Add to your cart.
A program featuring the graduating classes of 1894 in both the Bachelors of Law and the Masters of Law.
Item 16: Hotel Del Monte Menu, 1888-08-05Add to your cart.
A list of wines and food items as well as meal hours.
Item 17: Bible VerseAdd to your cart.
Isaiah 42:16 (Revised Version)
Item 18: Ribbon, 1886-12Add to your cart.
St. Peter's Sunday School Christmas 1886 ribbon in blue.
Item 19: Travel, 1909Add to your cart.
One picture, three train tickets (Mobile & Ohio Rail Road, Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Company, and Missouri, Kansas & Texas R. W.), and one travel programme.
Items: 5
Item 20: Travel Programme, 1909Add to your cart.
 
Item 21: Wylie Permanent Camping Company - Full Fare Ticket, 1909-07-10Add to your cart.
A ticket for the transportation and board and lodging through the Yellowstone National Park.  Ticket number 1939.
Item 22: Wylie Permanent Camping Company - Full Fare Ticket, 1909-07-10Add to your cart.
A ticket for the transportation and board and lodging through the Yellowstone National Park.  Ticket number 1938.
Item 23: In the Shadow of the CrossAdd to your cart.
A pramphlet for "the unfinished and unexplained miracle picture of Henry Hammond AHL" at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in the Swedish Building.
Item 24: Butler Hotel Annex Name Card, 1909-07-23Add to your cart.
A name card introducing Mrs. W.l. Boyd and M.S. Church.
Item 25: Chicago Culture Club, 1898-1899Add to your cart.
A book of club information
Item 26: EnvelopeAdd to your cart.
An empty purple envelope addressed to Mr. W.L. Boyd.
Item 27: First Appearance of the Mystic Revellers Advertisment, 1876Add to your cart.
An advertisment or invitation for the Mystic Revellers at the Dallas, Texas Field's Opera House & Lively Hall on February 24, 1876.
Item 28: Mystic Revellers Envelope, 1876Add to your cart.
 
Item 29: Knights of Momus, 1878Add to your cart.
A picture invitation or advertisment of the Knights of Momus fifth representation on February 28, 1878.
Item 30: Personal Invitation, 1878Add to your cart.
A personal invitation to Mr. W.L. Boyd for the Knights of Momus at the Opera House on February 28, 1878.
Item 31: Knights of Momus Eighth Annual Carnival Advertisment for Mardi Gras, 1878Add to your cart.
 
Item 32: Miscellaneous Items, 1878Add to your cart.
A personal invite from King Momus to Mr. W.L. Boyd and lady as well as a name card from Miss Mary Dorris.
Items: 2
Folder 2: 2153 - From the Mary Crain Scrapbook, 1873 - 1888Add to your cart.
Items that came out of the scrapbook: clippings.
Clippings: 14
Item 1: Newspaper Clipping: President Benjamin Harris , Republican Candidate for Re-ElectionAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping from a photograph by Sherman & McHugh.
Item 2: Newspaper Clipping: William II., Emperor of Germany and King of PrussiaAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Item 3: Newspaper Clipping: Victor HugoAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Item 4: Newspaper Clipping: Lieutenant-General Philip Henry Sheridan, U.S.A.Add to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Item 5: Newspaper Clipping: The Late Richard WagnerAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Item 6: Newspaper Clipping: The Late Wendell Phillips, 1884-02-09Add to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping from a photograph by Sarony
Item 7: Newspaper Clipping: Lieutenant-General Philip Henry Sheridan, U.S.A., 1888-06-02Add to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Item 8: Newspaper Clipping: Peter CooperAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping drawn from life by John W. Alexander.
Item 9: Newspaper Clipping: McVicker's Theatre Programme, 1873Add to your cart.
A McVicker's Theatre Programme advertising for a Macbeth play featuring Charlotte Cushman as the lead actress.
Item 10: Newspaper Clipping: Mary Anderson, 1888Add to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Item 11: Newspaper Clipping: Daniel WebsterAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping drawn by John W. Alexander.
Item 12: Newspaper Clipping: Unknown GentlemanAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Item 13: Newspaper Clipping: George and Martha Washington, and Mary Washington, 1886Add to your cart.
A newspaper clipping featuring portraits of George and Martha Washington and Mary Washington.  The portrait of George and Martha Washington was "reproduced in Mezzotint by Dawson, from Sharpless' hitherto unpublished Pastel Portraits, in Wadsworth's Athenaeum, Hartford, Connecticut (Harper & Brothers, 1886)."  The portrait of Mary Washington was from "Mary and Martha," copyright, 1886, by Harper & Brothers.  The caption below her portrait states that it is "the only portrait extant of Mary Washington and that the portrait, loaned by Professor S. F. D. Morse to Mr. Benson Lossing, is the only picture of the mother of Washington which can be accepted as at authentic.  It pictures Mrs. Washington before her marriage... (Harper & Brothers, 1886)"
Item 14: Newspaper Clipping: Unknown GentlemanAdd to your cart.
A newspaper portrait clipping.
Folder 3: 2153 - From the Mary Crain Scrapbook, 1870 - 1910Add to your cart.
Contains items that had fallen out of the Mary Crain Scrapbook.
Item 1: Newspaper Clippings: Dr. John Heyl Vincent and Mrs. Lincoln's ConditionAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of Dr. John Heyl Vincent and an article about Mrs. Mary T. Lincoln's medical condition on January 1, 1882.
Item 2: Newspaper Clipping: Secret of Human SoulAdd to your cart.
An article on if "F. W. Myers Solved the Great Problem so Long Baffling the World?"
Item 3: Newspaper Clippings: Poems and an ArticleAdd to your cart.
Contains two poems and an article on "The Savior's Orthodoxy: An Answer to the Question, 'Was Jesus a Christian?' Given by the Rev. R. Heber Newton."
Item 4: Newspaper Clipping: Henry WilsonAdd to your cart.
A picture of Hon. Henry Wilson, Senator from Massachusetts, with a copy of his signature.
Item 5: Newspaper Clipping: Mrs. H. O. StoneAdd to your cart.
A sketched picture
Item 6: Newspaper Clipping: Dr. Giuseppe SanarelliAdd to your cart.
A picture and article about Dr. Giuseppe Sanarelli.
Item 7: Newspaper Clippings: PoemsAdd to your cart.
Contains two poems.
Item 8: Newspaper Clippings: ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Contains an article about "Her Final Epistle, When She Indited It" and one "About Mrs. Sheldon, Will Deliver Lectures."
Item 9: Newspaper Clipping: ObituaryAdd to your cart.
Contains the obituary of Mrs. Jerome Bowen, Charlotte A. Baggerly.
Item 10: Pressed LeafAdd to your cart.
 
Item 11: Newspaper Clipping: Thomas A. EdisonAdd to your cart.
A picture stating "Electrical Wizard Is Near Death."
Item 12: Newspaper Clippings: PoemsAdd to your cart.
Contains two poems.
Item 13: Newspaper Clippings: Articles and a PoemAdd to your cart.
Contains a poem and articles about "Crank Mexico: Colonies of Mormons and Zionist settling in Hidalgo's Land" and " Letter from President Davis."
Item 14: Newspaper Clippings: ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Contains three articles.
Item 15: Newspaper Clippings: ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Contains two articles.
Item 16: Newspaper Clippings: BeliefsAdd to your cart.
Contains two articles related to the topic of belief, religions, and prophecy.
Item 17: Newspaper Clippings: ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Contains four articles
Item 18: Newspaper Clippings: Articles and PoemsAdd to your cart.
Contains two articles about some Saints and "the death of the Lady for whom "Home, Sweet Home" was written as well as two poems.
Item 19: Newspaper Clippings: Palace HotelAdd to your cart.
A picture of the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, Ca.
Item 20: Newspaper Clippings: Women of the French SalonAdd to your cart.
Contains an article about the Women of the French Salon written by Mrs. Fannie Finch of McKinney and contributed to the Woman's Century by the Owl club of McKinney.
Item 21: Newspaper Clipping: WyomingAdd to your cart.
Contains a map of Wyoming with the Denver & Rio Grande R.R. highlighted featuring its Scenic Line of the World.
Item 22: Newspaper Clipping: Russ HouseAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of the Russ House, the leading business and Family Hotel of the City on Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
Item 23: Newspaper Clipping: C. H. HohmesAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of C. H. Hohmes or C. H. Holmes.
Item 24: Newspaper Clippings: TravelAdd to your cart.
Contains clippings for the Truckee Hotel in Truckee, California, a map of the alignment of the D. & R. C. R. R. over the Marshall Pass, and a picture of a stage coach .
Item 25: Newspaper Clipping: Railroad GazetteerAdd to your cart.
Contains a page from the Railroad Gazetteer that writes about "California, the Empire of the Pacific, and San Francisco, its metropolis."
Item 26: Newspaper Clipping: TravelAdd to your cart.
Contains an clipping with information about the "Trip of  the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse by Nautical Days."
Item 27: Newspaper Clipping: General J. W. Throckmorton, 1894Add to your cart.
Contains an article made in tribute to General J. W. Throckmorton, who died on April 20, 1894.
Item 28: Newspaper Clipping: Double-sided PictureAdd to your cart.
Contain a picture of Mrs. Langtry depicted as a the Jersey Lily on one side and on the other side is Virginius, impersonated by Mr. John McCullough, along-side a poem dedicated to him.
Item 29: Newspaper Clippings: An Article and PictureAdd to your cart.
Contains an article about the health of Colonel S. H. Hastings and a picture of the "Lake Park Hotel and Bathing Pavilion, the famous resort on D. & R. C. Western R. R., Lake Park, Great Salt Lake, Utah."
Item 30: Newspaper Clipping: Mrs. Albert E. EbertAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture along with an article about Mrs. Albert E. Ebert, "the president of the International Sunshine Societty."
Item 31: Newspaper Clipping: City of AspenAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of the City of Aspen.
Item 32: Newspaper Clippings: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains pictures of Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris and the author of "The Red Badge of Courage," Stephen Crane.
Item 33: Newspaper Clippings: Travel and DeathAdd to your cart.
Contains two pictures and an obituary.  The pictures are of the Minnehah Falls on Line of D. & R. C. R. R. and of the Hotel Arcadia in Santa Monica, California.  The obituary is for Mrs. Mary C. Crain who died on March 18, 1884.  She was the wife of Chester E. Crain and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stahl.
Item 34: Newspaper Clippings: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of the Twin Lakes, an unknown section to an article, and an article about Montrose.
Item 35: Newspaper Clippings: PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contains several poems.
Item 36: Newspaper Clippings: Pictures and PoetryAdd to your cart.
Contain a poem, a picture of the Cathedral Spires (garden of the Gods) on Line of D. & R. C. R. R, and a picture of Salt Lake City, on Line D. & R. C. R. R.
Item 37: Newspaper Clippings: Pictures and a LessonAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of the Summit of Veta Mountain on Line of D. & R. C. R. R., a picture of Major Domo, on Line of D. & R. C. R. R., and an article about "A Lesson of Sweetness."
Item 38: Newspaper Clippings: VarietyAdd to your cart.
Contains a poem about Thanatos, an article about Benjamin P. Shillaber, and an article about the Death of Anson B. Ranney.
Item 39: Newspaper Clippings: a Picture and a ParableAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of the Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse and an article over "the Parable of the Laborers" by Henry Ward Beecher.
Item 40: Newspaper Clipping: The Hotel Del CorondoAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of the Hotel del Coronado, Coronado Beach, San Diego County, California.
Item 41: Newspaper Clippings: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the picture of the Sierra Madre Villa Hotel, the Marshall Pass - Eastern Slope, and on of Climbing the Mountain at Veta Pass, on Line D. & R. C. R. R.
Item 42: Newspaper Clippings: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the pictures of Toltec Gorge on the Line D. & R. C. R. R., Curricanti Needle - Black Canon of the Gunnison, and Wagon Wheel Gap.
Item 43: Newspaper Clippings: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains pictures of a Bird's Eye View of Ouray and a Bird's Eye View of Manitou.
Item 44: Newspaper Clippings: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Contains a poem, an article about "the First Hoss Car," and a picture of the Temple Square in Salt Lake City.
Item 45: Newspaper Clippings: Mollie FancherAdd to your cart.
Contains an article about Mollie Fancher, "A Psychical Puzzle: a remarkable woman in Brooklyn who sees without looking."
Item 46: Newspaper Clippings: VarietyAdd to your cart.
Contains an article about "Aluminum Notepaper Possible," a picture of a thirty-four stories tall building, and the picture of McKinney (Boyd) High School.
Item 47: Newspaper Clipping: Oversized Poem, 1888-06-09Add to your cart.
Contains the poem "Uncle Nate's Funeral" by Will Carleton with a picture to go along with it.
Item 48: Newspaper Clipping: Life Story of Mark TwainAdd to your cart.
Contains an article about the life of Mark Twain.
Item 49: Newspaper Clippings: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Contains the picture of Mule Shoe Curve on Line D. & R. C. R. R. and the picture of Canon of Rio Las Animas on Line of the D. & R. C. R. R.
Item 50: Newspaper Clipping: Mrs. Harrison, the Wife of the President-ElectAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of Mrs. Harrison.
Item 51: Newspaper Clipping: John BrightAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of "The Late John Bright, Member of Parliament For Birmingham."
Item 52: Newspaper Clipping: C. H. HohmesAdd to your cart.
Contains a picture of C. H. Hohmes or C. H. Holmes.  His name is unclear due to how his signature was copied on to the page.
Item 53: Newspaper Clipping: Charles ReadeAdd to your cart.
Contains an article in tribute to Charles Reade after his death.
Item 54: Emily Selwood TennysonAdd to your cart.
Contain an article about Emily Selwood Tennyson, Baroness d'Eyncourt, after her death.

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