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Historical Collection - Collected Materials | University Archives

Collection Overview

Title: Historical Collection - Collected MaterialsAdd to your cart.
ID: 01/U0663
Extent: 27.0 Boxes
Arrangement:

The individual collections are divided into the following series: general, subject headings, business and organizations, university materials, photographs, negatives and slides, and artifacts.

The individual collections are arranged based on their unique contents.

Languages: English

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Abstract

A collection of documents, photographs, and personal papers that were donated to the former museum on the University of North Texas campus that was known as the Historical Collection.  The collections have various donors.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The materials that are held include photographic prints and negatives, artifacts, business and organizational records, papers from university alumni, university and school organizations documents, and items of general historical interest.

Administrative Information

Repository: University Archives
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 Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Note: Portions of this collection are stored off-site and require a minimum of 24 hours notice prior to use.  Boxes 80 and 81 are housed in the Research Collections Library.
Acquisition Source: Historical Collection; Art Department
Acquisition Method: Transferred to Archives from the Historical Collection in 1986. The Art Department transferred the Texas County Courthouse slides to the University Archives.
Finding Aid Revision History: Rachel Motes processed to this collection the accretions of Box 61 on August 5, 2016, Box 80 on June 30, 2017, and Box 81 on July 5, 2017.

Box and Folder Listing

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Series 1: GeneralAdd to your cart.
 
Box 1: Historical CollectionAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706040
Folder 1: Common School Report for Jack Barston, 4th Grade (No Card); Prorepeal Card for Maine (Hamilton, Sydney); Constitution and Bylaws of Masonic Mutual Benefit Association, Fort Worth, Texas (Card, No Donor Name); I.OO.F. District Deputy Notice, Texas, November 6, 1855, 1884Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 438, 724, 1020, 1108
Folder 2: Sherman, Texas-"Soldier of Stone" Monument, (Dean, A.R.) (Pamphelet), 1937Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 979
Folder 3: Copies of Texas Treaties, 1844Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 6
Folder 4: Furr; Tax Reciept, Etc., 2 Indentures, 1855-1888Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: ST 431
Folder 5: Rosters of Volunteer Troops Texas Revolution (Copies of), 1836, 1903Add to your cart.
 
Folder 6: Love, Mrs. R.C., 1896Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 76.1.L
Folder 7: Button Family Migration, 1959Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: Y160
Folder 8: 35.2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Contains pages of calligraphy. This is folder 1 of 2.
Folder 9: 35.2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Contains pages of calligraphy. This is folder 2 of 2.
Folder 10: Y251, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 11: Cathedrals-Gothic, 18 (Prints), undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Numbers: Y74 1-20 (Y(47-15))
Folder 12: Poem: "The Guy In The Glass", 1912Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: Y2162
Folder 13: Lord's Prayer, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Numbers: 81.11.696
Folder 14: Randolph Scott's Grandmother Info, 1860-1861, 1901Add to your cart.
 
Folder 15: North Texas State Teachers College, State Historical Collection, 1813, 1899, 1919Add to your cart.
 
Folder 16: Prussian Passport to North America, (Envelope), 1800Add to your cart.
 
Folder 17: Handkerchief Envelope, 1904Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 2304
Folder 18: Correspondence, To: Miss Sallie Morris, From: W.H. Hobbs, 1913Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 83.15.1
Folder 19: B.C. Murray, Sketch of Life, 1926Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: Y227.2
Folder 20: Johnson, W.H. Account Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 21: Land Deed To William Bates, 1858Add to your cart.
 
Folder 22: Miscellaneous Reciepts, 1871, 1874, 1882Add to your cart.
 
Folder 23: Captain R.S. Bushnell/German Grammer, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Numbers: 38038004
Folder 24: Wager on Presidential Election, Mrs. Weaver, 1872Add to your cart.
 
Folder 25: Friendship Cards, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 26: Trains, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 27: The Printer's Musuem, 1966Add to your cart.
 
Folder 28: Glimpses of Koreans and Korean Life, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 29: Graded Bible Lessons, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 30: 66.2-.8, 1861, 1884, 1888, 1890Add to your cart.
 
Folder 31: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walker, 1927,1929, 1930, 1934, 1968Add to your cart.
 
Folder 32: Y183, Y182, Y185, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 33: Funeral Announcements for Doctor A.M. Gilliam, 1859Add to your cart.
 
Folder 34: Possible Japanese Stationery, WWII Era, circa 1940-1945Add to your cart.
Contains what may be Japanese stationary from World War II.
Folder 35: Carbon Papers, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 36: Fans, "A Fan For Carlotta", 1935Add to your cart.
 
Folder 37: Peruvian Watercolors, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Numbers: 39.111 A-C
Folder 38: Yellow and Black Figures, Fragment E.F., undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 39: Haden, W.A.; 2 Documents, 1854, 1862Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 322(.2,.3)
Folder 40: Spanish Land Deed (Copy), 1843Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 127.2
Folder 41: Twice Told Tales of Texas, Texas Through 250,000,000 Years, 1937Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 83.15
Folder 42: Intercostal Canal Association of Lousiana and Texas; Life Insurance Form, 1946Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: Y246, Y250.3
Folder 43: Estabrook and McDaniel, Japanese Newspaper; Estabrook and McDaniel, Japanese Booklet; Estabrook and McDaniel, German Pamphlet; Parker, Homer W., Map of Honolulu, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Numbers: 1618, 1626, 1627, 1628
Folder 44: Census of 1900, 1900Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 513.2
Folder 45: Two Pictures of Vienna, 1903Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: ST515
Folder 46: Holland, D.B.; Early Days of Dallas, 1941Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 1168
Folder 47: Montgomery, Alva; Hilltop Echo, November 6, 1941Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 2218
Folder 48: McCollow, Iva Mae; Hazetime Pocket Almanac (Envelope Only); Clark, Edward T.; International Petition; Kingsbury, Doctor T.L.; Clipping (Envelope Only), 1883, 1886, December 27, 1943Add to your cart.
This folder may contain correspondence from Lela Clark.
Numbers: ST99, 1315, 2021
Folder 49: Three Copies Treaty of Annexation, June 8, 1844Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 718
Folder 50: Coit, J.C.; Newspaper Clipping, Last Check Lincoln Signs; Kingsbury, Margaret; Japanese Propaganda; Jones, Mrs L.G.; French Calendar, 1919Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 31.2, 1535, 721 (C.195)
Folder 51: Brown, Mr. G.L.; "To The General Assembly of Virginia"; "Traveller" (Lifestory of General Robert E. Lee's Horse, August 10, 1886Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: ST220
Folder 52: Southwestern Congerence of Museums, June 1939Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 1556
Box 2: Historical Collection MaterialsAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706041
Folder 1: Medical Notebook of Doctor Kimbrough, 1906Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 1346
Folder 2: Medical Notebook of Doctor Kimbrough (A), 1906Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 1346
Folder 3: Lock Of Hair, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 4: Texas Electric Railway Ticket, June 1924Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: 77.6.4
Folder 5: Real Whole Wheat Recipes, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 6: Mrs. Tucker's Shortening Notebook, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 7: Milky Way Bar Wrappers, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 8: White Crest Cookbook, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 9: Grand Dedication Ball, New Year's Eve, 1875Add to your cart.
 
Folder 10: Clothing List and Plastic American Flag, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 11: Envelope To K. Watkins Esquire, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 12: Kentucky Derby Sweepstakes Ticket, May 16, 1931Add to your cart.
 
Folder 13: Gift Tags, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 14: Professor Burtenshaw - Notes/Instructions, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 15: Informational Cards on Birds and A Dog, 1949Add to your cart.
 
Folder 16: Tag: "Christmas Gift to Mrs. Weaver's National Doll Collection', undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 17: Train Tickets, September 3, 1890, November 10, 1890Add to your cart.
 
Folder 18: Anniversary Fall of Alamo Poem, March 6, 1930Add to your cart.
 
Numbers: ST107.2
Folder 19: Red, White, and Blue Ribbon On Stockpin, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 20: School Memories- Scrapbook, 1914Add to your cart.
 
Folder 21: Book Fragment, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 22: Print Samples, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Box 44: 14th Training Battery, World War IAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706072
Box 45: Alabama Plantation RecordsAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706073
Box 46: Ariel ClubAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 642562
Box 47: Financial Documents, 1860 Election Returns, Teacher Retirement , Correspondence, Prints - PhotographsAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706074
Box 48: Letters, OversizeAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706516
Box 49: Letters, Printed Material, Photographs, PrintsAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706075
Box 50: Phillippines, WarAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706076
Box 64: Mary Jackson Postcard CollectionAdd to your cart.
 
Barcode: 708158
Item 1: O. M. Curtis, 1907Add to your cart.
An image of an ad for the O. M. Curtis Drug and Jewelry store in Denton, Texas.  The card is addressed to Mary E. Jackson, Denton, Texas.
Item 2: Main Building, North Texas State Normal, Denton, Texas, undatedAdd to your cart.
This is a postcard to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 3: Flowering Redbuds, undatedAdd to your cart.
A postcard with a view of flowering redbuds with "Redbuds in Bloom, Texas state College for Women, Denton, Texas" below the image. The Texas State College for Women is now known as Texas Woman's University. The card was never written on or mailed.
Item 4: Little Chapel in the Woods, undatedAdd to your cart.
A colored image of "Little-Chaapel-In-The-Woods, Texas State College for Women, Denton, Texas." The college is now Texas Woman's University. This card was never filled out or mailed.
Item 5: Auditorium and Music Hall, undatedAdd to your cart.
This postcard shows a structure on the Texas Woman's University.  The card was never mailed.
Item 6: Sullivant Visitor Center, undatedAdd to your cart.
This is the image of an entry sign for the North Texas State University (now the University of NorthTexas) that stood in front of the Sullivant Visitor Center. This structure is now known as the Performing Arts Center Annex.
Museum Number: 81.13.6
Item 7: Coliseum, undatedAdd to your cart.
A postcard that shows the University of North Texas Coliseum. The postcard has no writing on it and was never sent.
Museum Number: 81.13.5
Item 8: "To My College Chum", undatedAdd to your cart.
A postcard from Eula K. to Miss Mary Jacson, Celina, Texas. At the time Eula wrote the card she had a six week old son, she was living in Lewisville and planning to move to Grapevine, Texas.
Item 9: Aerial View of the Early University of North Texas Campus, undatedAdd to your cart.
Among the buildings shown on this card are the Administration Building (now the Auditorium Building), the Science Building, the Historical Building (now Curry Hall), the Power Plant, the Education Building (torn down in 1979), the Library (now Sycamore Hall), the fooball field (now the Library Mall), Chilton Hall, Marquis Hall, and Terrill Hall.
Item 10: "A Merry Christmas" with a Holly Branch, undatedAdd to your cart.
A Christmas postcard to Mary Jackson from Virgil Michael.
Item 11: "Christmas Greetings" on a Stocking Shaped Card Decorated with Holly, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 12: "A Christmas Greeting" with an Image of Santa Claus, 1909Add to your cart.
A Christmas card from Eva Hughston to Mary Jackson.
Item 13: "A Merry Christmas to You", undatedAdd to your cart.
This card shows a scene of seven children having a snowball fight. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Vance Clayton.
Item 14: "Jan. [January] 1, With New Year Greetings", 1908Add to your cart.
This card is decorated with the date in a snow covered box with a sprig of holly beside it. The card was sent ot Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from W. J. Earls.
Item 15: "Reasons Why You Should Vote For Young", 1909Add to your cart.
An election card for R. E. Young with his portrait on half of the front of the card. The postcard was sent to Miss Mary Jackson in Celina, Texas.
Item 16: "Christmas Greetings", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image on the card is the face of a child over the image of a bell. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 17: "Best Wishes for a Merry Christmas", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image is of a Christmas pudding sitting on a sled that is decorated with holly. Below the image is "May Heaven with Special blessing mark each new day, And gild with sunshine all you furture way." The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 18: "A Merry Christmas", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image on the front is of holly decorating a rough wood window that frames a view of tree.  The card is addressed to Miss Mary E. Jackson, Celin, Texas and is from Ada.
Item 19: "Christmas Message of Love", 1910Add to your cart.
The image on the front is of holly and a red bow framing a rectangular view of three houses at night.  The widows have light in them and the image is reflected in a pond. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Ethel.
Item 20: "A Merry Xmas To Greet You", 1911Add to your cart.
The image on the card is of two red breasted birds flying under the image of a man hearding sheep. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Ora May Compton.
Item 21: "A Happy New Year", 1909Add to your cart.
The front of the card shows holly at the top of an oval that frames an image of a  woman looking out a window. The card is addressed to Miss Adda M. cummings of Trenton, Tennissee and is from Cassie H.
Item 22: "A Merry Christmas", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image on the front of the card shows a young girl looking at her reflection in a mirror. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  It was from Birdie.
Item 23: "Merry Christmas Greetings", circa 1901Add to your cart.
The image o the front of the card shows Santa Claus, a partial view of a church steeple, two bells, and a view of a house in a snow scene. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  It is from Nora W.
Item 24: "Christmas Greetings", 1912Add to your cart.
The image of a poinsettia is above a card with "My Greeting" on it. The card is from Daisy Mahar to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 25: "A Merry Christmas", 1912Add to your cart.
The front is decorated with ribbon decorated with holly and a "T" shaped frame for the image of a figure walking in a snowy scene. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 26: "Yule-Tide Greeting", 1909Add to your cart.
The front of the card shows holly framing a snow covered field with a house in the background. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 27: "A Bright New Year, To Miss Mary From May", 1908Add to your cart.
The image is of three gold bells.  There is no message on the back of the card.  It is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson.
Item 28: "A Happy Christmas, 1910Add to your cart.
The card has a circle with holly over it with a snow scene with a large building in it. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  It is from Mary Spurgeon.
Item 29: "December 25 Christmas Day, Merry Christmas", circa 1912Add to your cart.
The image on the card is an open book that gives the date of Christmas.  Holly is behind  and beside the book on one side and a bell with an "A" on it is on the other side. The card is to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Ethel.
Item 30: "Christmas Greetings to You", 1910Add to your cart.
The image on the front is of a holly ringed circle that shows a snow covered scene. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas from R. R. L.
Item 31: "A Heary Christmas Greeting", 1910Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with branches and a pinecone.  It is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and is from Bessie.
Item 32: "Christ the Lord is Born Today", circa 1910Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with Mary holding the baby Jesus. It also has holly leaves on it. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and is from Eula K.
Item 33: "Christmas Greeting", 1911Add to your cart.
The postcard is decorated with the image of a piece of parchment with a ribbon attached that holds a branch of mistletoe.  The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and is from Bessie.
Item 34: "All Happiness Be Thine This Day", 1907Add to your cart.
The front of the card has an image of holly leaves in the snow. The snow has blown onto one leaf that shows a town with Santa in his sleigh flying into the air.  The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  It was signed, "M. B."
Item 35: "A Merry Christmas", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image on the front has holly leaves with a view of a windmill and house on the largest leaf. The card is addressed to Mss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and was from Jewel.
Item 36: "The Bells are Ringing in the Christmas Morn", 1913Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with holly, ribbons, and a gold colored bell. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and is from Ora May Compton.
Item 37: "With Best Wishes ot Greet You, A Happy Xmas", 1912Add to your cart.
The front of the card is decorated to look like a wrapped package with a gift tag on it. It is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  There is no message.
Item 38: "Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye!! Christmas Joys Be Thine", 1911Add to your cart.
The front of the postcard shows an image of a parchment that has been nailed up with a Christmas message. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas from Ray Carr.
Item 39: "A Merry Christmas", 1909Add to your cart.
Winged puty ring three bells over a small town on the front of the card. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and is signed by another Mary.
Item 40: "A Joyous Christmas", 1910Add to your cart.
A angel rings two bells on the front of the card. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Susie.
Item 41: "With Sincere Wishes for Your Hppiness This Year", 1912Add to your cart.
The writing on the front of the card is made to look like an illuminated manuscript. It was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Josephine.
Item 42: "Best Christmas Wishes", undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard is decorated with three circles (the center has Christmas wishes; the smaller ones on each site have holly in them).  There is writing below the circles.  The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Mabel M.
Item 43: "The Girls' Club of the Ladies' Home Journal Wishes You A Merry Christmas", 1905Add to your cart.
On the front of the card is a wreath that surrounds the portrait of a woman. On either side of the message are Christmas trees that are decorated with swastikas.  The card was sent to Miss Mary E. Jackson of Celina, Texas. There is no message or signature.
Item 44: "From North-East Corner Square, McKinney, Texas", 1907Add to your cart.
The card shows an image of the McKinney Square with a horse and buggy, a man riding a horse, and men on a street corner. The streets appear to not be paved.  The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 45: "The Original Texas Steer", 1907Add to your cart.
The image on the card is of a man in a pen with a longhorn steer. The card was not sent.
Item 46: "Exposition Building at Night, State Fair, Dallas, Texas", 1908Add to your cart.
The image is of the Exposition Building at night with lights in the windows and street lights. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson in Denton Texas at North Texas State Normal.  The card was signed "M. B."
Item 47: "Taking It Easy", 1919Add to your cart.
The card has an image of a couple kissing while ballanced on the rim of a fountain. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson in Van Alstyne, Texas.
Item 48: "Will She be Surprised?", 1907Add to your cart.
The card shows a couple in a forest. The man is carving into a tree.  The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson in Celina, Texas.  It is signed by R. R. Loggins.
Item 49: "J", 1907Add to your cart.
The card has the outline of a "J" with images of young women inside it and a floral arrangement around the letter. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas and is signed by Vera Burgberri.
Item 50: "Sunday Morining in Dixieland", 1912Add to your cart.
The card shows an image of a group of African Americans with one white man outside a cabin. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson in Celina, Texas from R. R. L.
Item 51: "A Joyful Easter", 1911Add to your cart.
The card has an image of a purple and gold cross with two sheep below it. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson in Van Alstyne, Texas and was signed by Mary S.
Item 52: "Stock Exchange, N. Y. [New York]", 1904Add to your cart.
The card has a view of the Stock Exchange Building in New York City. It was sent to Mr. W. N. Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 53: "Greetings From Van Alstyne, Tx [Texas]", 1907Add to your cart.
The greeting is written in black and is over a still life of peaches and flowers.  The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 54: Postcard with image of Windmills, 1910Add to your cart.
The postcard is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson.
Item 55: "Is My Necktie on Straight", 1908Add to your cart.
The image on the postcard is of a cat with a bow around its neck. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas by Della B.
Item 56: Girl with Dog, 1906Add to your cart.
The card shows an image of a small girl posing with her dog. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, "Selina," Texas.  It was signed by Berta.
Item 57: "American Beauties", 1908Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with a painting of a woman in profile.  "Stella" was written above her head. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.  It was from Stella Burch.
Item 58: "No Man Has A Monopoly on the Supply of Good Nature, Wade in and Help Yourself!  Smoke Talks", 1907Add to your cart.
The card is navy blue with white lettering and an outline of the image of a man with a long stemmed pipe. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas. It is from E. C.
Item 59: Lily of the Valley, 1908Add to your cart.
A postcard that has an image of lily of the valley on the front. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas. The card was sent by Irma Burch.
Item 60: "Reflections", 1908Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with an woman looking at her image in a mirror. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas. It was sent by Melissa Braswell.
Item 61: "Best Wishes", 1907Add to your cart.
The image on the front of the card is of a planter filled with a blue flowering plant. The planter is pink. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 62: "Greetings From Anna, Tex. [Texas]", undatedAdd to your cart.
There are painted red and yellow flowers that are decorated with glitter on the front of the card. The card has no address on it.
Item 63: Boy Demonstrates the Tricks his Dogs Can Do, 1908Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows two dogs on a bench performing a trick at a little boy's direction.  Two little girls watch the demonstration. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas.  It was signed by Dollie.
Item 64: "Happiness Makers", 1907Add to your cart.
The following is on the front of the card, "Blessed are the happiness makers! Blessed are they that remove friction, that make the courses of life smooth, and the intercourse of men gentle! Henry Ward Beecher"  The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas. The card was sent by Annie and Susie.
Item 65: "X", circa 1907Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with an "X" that is filled with images of young women. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas.  It was sent by Gay.
Item 66: "Twin Springs, Siloam Springs, Ark. [Arkansas], undatedAdd to your cart.
An image of people in a boat with houses in the background and stone stairs going down to the water. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 67: Rural Scene, 1907Add to your cart.
The image on the card is a rural scene with people placing hay on a wagon that is pulled by oxen. A church steeple can be seen behind a row a trees. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas.  It was signed "M. A. C."
Item 68: "Best Wishes", 1911Add to your cart.
The card has images of irises and an inset image of a mountain scene with a house and ducks flying. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas. It was signed by Dassie.
Item 69: Image of Ships, 1907Add to your cart.
A postcard addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas from Susie.
Item 70: Postcard, undatedAdd to your cart.
This card was never sent.  It has an orange border of entwined vines with a poem in the center.
Item 71: Bank Advertisement, 1911Add to your cart.
The card shows a woman with in a room that is on fire on the left side and an image of a bank's interior. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson by Continental Stat Bank of Van Alstyne, Texas.
Item 72: "Rolling Country", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card shows a drawing of a road through a rural scene. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of "Van Austine" (Van Alstyne), Texas. The card was sent from Mary S.
Item 73: "Haslemere, A Cornfield", undatedAdd to your cart.
This card shows a rural scene in Surrey.  It was never mailed.
Item 74: "Valentine Greeting", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image is of a seated couple who are talking. The card was addressed to Miss Mary E. Jackson, Denton, Texas.
Item 75: "The Tortoise and the Hare", 1911Add to your cart.
The image shows a tortoise at the front gates of a bank with the hare running up behind him. The card was sent by the Continental State Bank of Van Alstyne, Texas. It was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson.
Item 76: "I've Inside Information", 1907Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with two cartoon male figures.  It was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas.
Item 77: Image of a Woman in a Large Hat, 1911Add to your cart.
The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Van Alstyne, Texas.  It was signed by Neva.
Item 78: Image of Flowers and a Wishbone, 1910Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas.  It was signed B. W. C.
Item 79: "The Energetic Mother-in-Law", 1907Add to your cart.
The card shows a three quarter view of a woman in profile. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson care of State Normal, Denton, Texas. It is signed Nora H.
Item 80: Early Autumn, 1911Add to your cart.
The picture on the card is a drawing of light on a pond with trees growing around the body of water.  The note is from Lottie Pearce asking for the address of a place to order a basketball outfit.  The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Van Alstyne, Texas.
Item 81: "Julia Marlowe", 1907Add to your cart.
A photograph of the Shakespearean actress Julia Marlow is on the facr of the postcard.  She is seated and wears a toga like dress. The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas.
Item 82: "The End of the Whole Dam Family", 1907Add to your cart.
Gravestone with the family name on them are lined up in the image on the front of the postcard.  The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 83: "Greetings from Houston, Tex. [Texas]", 1907Add to your cart.
The front of the card is decorated with white and orange flowers and the greeting is oulined with glitter. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas. The card is from R. R. L.
Item 84: Image of Purple and White Flowers, 1910Add to your cart.
The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 85: "Savator, World's Fastest Running Horse", 1911Add to your cart.
A drawing of a horses head is on the front of the card. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.  It was signed by Gerry Orr.
Item 86: "We are Seven", undatedAdd to your cart.
A photograph of seven puppies on a step ladder is on the front.  The card was never mailed.
Item 87: "Excelsior", 1907Add to your cart.
The front of the card shows a couple at a mountain lookout with a poem by Longfellow below the image. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Denton, Texas.
Item 88: "Always", 1907Add to your cart.
An image of a couple in a garden with a poem below the picture. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Garland, Texas. The card was sent by Miss Jackson's mother.
Item 89: "To My Love", 1910Add to your cart.
An image of a figure delivering flowers outside a front door. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas. The card was signed by Rina.
Item 90: "A Valentine", 1910Add to your cart.
A dark blue background with a white silhouette of cupid with an arrow that forms a heart. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas and is from Ina.
Item 91: "Best Wishes", undatedAdd to your cart.
Kittens form a picture of a teacher with her class.  One kitten wears a dunce cap. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was signed by Clarence Clayton.
Item 92: "Carnations", 1910Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with three pink and red carnations and one white carnation. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 93: Two Flowers, 1908Add to your cart.
One yellow and one pink chrysanthemum. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.  It was signed by Mary.
Item 94: Birthday Greetings, 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with an oak leaf with a bow tied to it and the image of a buck by a lake. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 95: "A Wish for the Season", 1911Add to your cart.
The card shows a grandfather clock on one side and is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas on the opposite side.  The card is signed "Tot."
Item 96: Woman Wears a Large Hat, 1911Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Van Alstyne, Texas and signed by Laura B.
Item 97: "Easter Greetings", 1913Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with Easter Lillies. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from D. A. Stuart.
Item 98: Hot Air Balloon Made of Purple Flowers and a Gold Basket., 1909Add to your cart.
This card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  It was signed by Eunice Tooshee.
Item 99: "1911, New Year Greetings", 1911Add to your cart.
The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Van Alstyne, Texas.
Item 100: Postcard Decorated with Daisies, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Collin County, Texas. The card was sent by Birdie.
Item 101: A White Rose Surrounded by Pink Roses, 1909Add to your cart.
The card was sent ot Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was sent by Vance Clayton.
Item 102: "Lily of the Valley", 1911Add to your cart.
The flowers are on a gold colored background.  The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was sent by Abe.
Item 103: "Thanksgiving Day", 1910Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with an image pilgrims. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas. It was sent by B. C. D.
Item 104: A Girl on a Pony Talks to a Boy, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas. Berta signed the card.
Item 105: "Wet Paint", 1907Add to your cart.
The story of a man who sits on a newly painted bench and is unable to rise when a woman passes by decorates the front of the card. The card was addressed to Miss Mary E. Jackson, Denton, Texas.
Item 106: "Peacock Gun Club", 1908Add to your cart.
Men, dressed in uniforms, pose with their rifles. The writer asks if the reader can "pick me out of this gang?" The card was sent to Mary E. Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 107: Drawing of a Woman Wearing a Hat with a Large Feather., 1909Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas. The card has a postal stamp from Wylie and is signed "M. B."
Item 108: "A Morning Spin", 1908Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows four people in a car crossing a bridge while a fox hunt goes on around them. The card was mailed to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas.
Item 109: Man Carries Large Vase While Second Man Approaches, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas and signed "M. B."
Item 110: Barber Shop Scene, 1911Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Bryan Gee.
Item 111: "Forget Me Not", undatedAdd to your cart.
The front of the card is decorated with a bird standing on a letter .  The card wa sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was signed "Josephine."
Item 112: Pink Flowers Bloom by a Wooden Cross, 1912Add to your cart.
This postcard was sent to Mis Mary E. Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was signed by Mable.
Item 113: "Though Shadows Fall, or Sunlight Beams, Thy Voice is Near Me in My Dreams", 1900Add to your cart.
The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and was sent by Josephine.
Item 114: "Souvenir From", 1909Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows a house with smoke coming out the chimney; two birds on a branch; and a flowering branch. The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and signed by Irma.
Item 115: The Portrait of a Woman Wearing a Yellow Hat, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 116: "Birthday Greetings", 1908Add to your cart.
The card has a gold colored border and is decorated with images of Iris. The card was sent to Miss Mary E. Jackson of Denton, Texas. The card was signed by Irma.
Item 117: Man and Woman Meeting Under a Tree, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Douglas Baker.
Item 118: "I'm Afraid to Go Home in the Dark", 1912Add to your cart.
The image shows a woman being guided by a putti with a bottle. The card was sent by Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was sent by Lura.
Item 119: Still Life Image with Grapes in a Goblet, 1908Add to your cart.
The postcard was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas from Anna.
Item 120: "The Diner Call", 1908Add to your cart.
A child blows a bugle while standing on a barrel on one side of the card. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 121: "A Loving Thought", 1908Add to your cart.
The image of a boy and a girl, who is holding a basket of fish, are seen on the deck of a boat. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas. It was signed M. B.
Item 122: "Laddie", 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas and signed by R. R. L.
Item 123: "Under the Circumstances", 1908Add to your cart.
The card has an image of a woman holding a rolling pin while a man hides under a bed. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 124: "Easter Greetings", 1908Add to your cart.
The image is of a flower in a pink vase. The card was sent ot Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas. The card was sent by Duncan Edgar.
Item 125: "Greetings from Weston, Texas", 1908Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with daisies.  It was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas and was sent by Stella Burch.
Item 126: Fall Folliage Reflected in a Pond, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson by Ethel.
Item 127: Image of a Tree Lined River, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas and was signed R.
Item 128: "Shakespeare's Country: 'The Lynch Gate' - Welford on Avon", 1907Add to your cart.
Berta mailed this card to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 129: "Trite Sayings Illustrated No. 13 'Sweet as a Peach' ", 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 130: "You Auto be with Me in...", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image on the card is a man driving a car.  The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton Texas. The card was sent by Mrs. R. E. C.
Item 131: Flowers and a Butterfly, 1908Add to your cart.
The card has a small envelope glued to the image's side.  A small piece of paper with a message was inside it. The postcard was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.  The card was sent by Emma.
Item 132: "Mustard, Vinegar" Girls Play Jump Rope Game, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 133: Mountain Scene with River and Lake, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson by Eunice.
Item 134: "Greeting, This Little Token Sent by Me Brings Best Wishes Dear, to Thee", 1908Add to your cart.
The card shows a woman in a green dress accompanied by a girl in a blue dress with a pink ribbon. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson by E. Bustel.
Item 135: "In Lodgings", 1910Add to your cart.
The image is of a maid delivering the tenant's boots and mail. The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Sherman, Texas by Mrs. and D. W. H. Stallings.
Item 136: An Image of Two Women in Bathing Suits Standing in the Water, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was addressed to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Raleigh.
Item 137: Image of a Country Lane with a Stone Fence Beside It, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by J. King.
Item 138: A Rabbit Looks at a Bucket with a Label that Reads "SnowDrift", 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent ot Mary Jackson of Celine, Texas by Mary Mc___.
Item 139: A Flower, Leaf, and Bud Seen on a Wooden Background, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jacson of Denton, Texas by Roberta.
Item 140: "Mary", 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson in Denton, Texas by Susie.
Item 141: "Will you Keep a Cosy Corner in Your [Heart] For Me [Us], 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Jettie and Marvin.
Item 142: "Greetings From Hot Springs Ark. [Arkansas]", 1907Add to your cart.
Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas received this card from Rina.
Item 143: "A Happy Ester to You", 1907Add to your cart.
The image is of a blue egg in a basket with a golden egg on the ground. M. L. M. sent the card to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 144: "Why Knot", 1907Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows an man's head with a bandana that goes from under the chin and is tied above his face.  It was sent to Mary E. Jackson, Celina, Texas, by W. L. S.
Item 145: "Celina Public School Bl'dg. [Building], Cost, $12,000", 1906Add to your cart.
The image on the card is of the Celina Public School Building. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by C. R. J.
Item 146: "To My Valentine", undatedAdd to your cart.
A red colored card with the images of a girl and boy.  The lettering is white. The card was never sent.
Item 147: "Mary", 1907Add to your cart.
The image is the name Mary spelled out with images of women inside the letters. The card is addressed to Miss Mary E. Jackson of Denton, Texas.  It was signed W. L. G.
Item 148: Girl with Two Dogs and a Cat, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and signed W. B.
Item 149: "Dear - This place suits me a- I am making rapid Progress.  Don't Worry, Yours", 1910Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Aylstine [Van Alstyne], Texas.  The card was sent by Abe.
Item 150: "Every Things Looks Just Lovely Here", 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Lillian. The card shows a formally dressed man holding a top hat and looking at three large female heads.
Item 151: A Man and a Woman Plant Potatoes, 1909Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  The card provides information on the child of a friend who was killed in a cyclone.
Item 152: "A Happy New Year", 1907Add to your cart.
The card has three bells that have holly and mistletoe above them. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina Texas.  It was sent by J. B. C. of Weston, Texas.
Item 153: A Man Herds Sheep Down a Country Road, 1911Add to your cart.
The card was sent by Mary S. to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 154: "Exchange National Bank, Denton, Texas", 1911Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to W. N. Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 155: "Scoring", 1910Add to your cart.
The card shows a couple kissing. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was sent by Effie.
Item 156: "Metropolitan Business College, Dallas, Texas", undatedAdd to your cart.
This a an advertisement for a business school.
Item 157: A Geisha Rides in a Rickshaw, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent by Victor Davis to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 158: "A Jolly Race", 1908Add to your cart.
Four men in a red car moves down a dirt road as a dog runs away, a horse and rider can be seen in the background. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Ruth.
Item 159: Rural Scene of Bridge Over Rock Filled Stream and House in the Background, 1909Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Irma.
Item 160: Portrait of Dark Haired Woman in Green Dress with Green Bows in Her Hair, 1910Add to your cart.
A card addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The writer wasnt to know is Miss Jackson is going to Mary B.'s wedding.
Item 161: "Greetings Sincere", 1910Add to your cart.
The card was sent by Mary Shurgeon of Brownfield, Texas to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  Mary Jackson is thanked for the gift she sent.
Item 162: "The Bogie Man", 1907Add to your cart.
The card shows two children running past a fence decorated with a Jack-O-Lantern. The card was sent by Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas. It was signed "R."
Item 163: A Woman in a Large Hat Holds a Parasol, 1911Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas.
Item 164: "Winter Fire Scene in New York, Corner of Houston and First Avenue", 1904Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Aunt Sed.
Item 165: A Woman in a Dress With a Sailor's Style Top and Under an Umbrella, 1910Add to your cart.
A card sent to Mary Jackson of Van "Austine" [Alstyne], Texas.
Item 166: A Cat Plays with a Red Ball, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Mary S.
Item 167: A Woman Holds On To A Rope While Wading in Water, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was addressed to Mary Jackson form Oda.
Item 168: "To My Valentine", 1908Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows a boy and girl kissing while being shielded from view by the girl's muff. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 169: "What is Home Without Another!", 1911Add to your cart.
The card shows three toad stools with a toad sitting on one of them.  The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alsyne, Texas by Pearl.
Item 170: "How the Fashions Came", 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary E. Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 171: "I'm Pining For You Sweet [Heart], Day By Day", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was never sent.
Item 172: "Here's Where I Shine", 1907Add to your cart.
A postcard to Mary E. Jackson of Denton, Texas from W. L. Gunnell.
Item 173: "I Am Carrying Out Your Orders", 1907Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows a man carrying a basket filled with groceries. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Edna V.
Item 174: "Come Take a Trip in My Airship", 1907Add to your cart.
A card that was mailed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by M. A. C. and wife. The writer says that he saw Dr. Bruce (President of the Normal, now the University of North Texas) at "the Institute in McKinney"
Item 175: "Road To Wittley", undatedAdd to your cart.
This card shows a woman with three cards in a rural setting. The card was never sent.
Item 176: "Under the Shade of the old Apple Treew", undatedAdd to your cart.
An image of a couple kissing under a moon with a face that is watching them.
Item 177: "Was it a Pipe Dream?", 1911Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by O. D.
Item 178: "If You Can't Do Anything Else To Help Along- Just Smile", 1910Add to your cart.
The image is of a smiling puppy. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Ethel.
Item 179: "Hearty Wishes", 1911Add to your cart.
The central image is of a green shoe filled with roses. A card to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas that calls her "dear teacher."
Item 180: Bouquet of Flowers, 1910Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Sherman, Texas by Winona.
Item 181: Rose with Branch and Two Buds, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Ora Turerville.
Item 182: Two Saint Bernard Puppies by a Stream, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Raleight Loggins.
Item 183: "Heartiest Congraulations. May Your Troubles be Little Ones", 1907Add to your cart.
The card shows a newly married couple outside a church. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Annie.
Item 184: "Down in the Valley", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 185: "Don't Forget!", 1910Add to your cart.
The image is of a woman holding the hand of a man that is seated on a horse. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas.
Item 186: "Easter Greeting", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image on the care is of daffodils.  The card was sent to Mary Jackson in Denton, Texas.
Item 187: Man Fishes from a Pier, 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary E. Jackson of Denton, Texas from Oda.  Oda asked to be remembered to Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
Item 188: "Sea Wall and Beach at Galveston, Tex [Texas]", 1907Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Alice F. at Kempe, Texas.
Item 189: "I Scarcely Know What To Say", 1907Add to your cart.
The image of a couple sitting on the beach and looking in different directions.  The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas from Rosebud. Rosebud was a former roommate.
Item 190: "Celina High School, Celina, Texas", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was never mailed.
Item 191: "Best Easter Wishes", 1909Add to your cart.
The image shows two chicks and some lily of the valley. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Vance.
Item 192: A Red Rose on a Wood Grain Background, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Mrs. Clayton. Mrs. Clayton suggested Mary teach at the Kelley School.
Item 193: Still Life with Vase and Yellow Roses, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was Mary Jackson of "Selina" [Celina], Texas and was sent by Blanche Randle.
Item 194: Image of a Dog's Head, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson to Celina, Texas from Stella Burch.
Item 195: Cartoon Couple Ice Skating, 1910Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. There is no message on the card.
Item 196: "Way Down South", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card shows a sun set in a rural scene. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from her mother.
Item 197: Woman Wearing Pink and White in a Carriage with Her Dog, 1908Add to your cart.
A card to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Ola.
Item 198: Five Puppies, 1908Add to your cart.
The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Claude.  The front of the card shows five white and brown puppies in a rural scene.
Item 199: "Carnation -- Pure and Deep Love", 1910Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with pink and a white carnations. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by E. K. The writer's baby has whooping cough.
Item 200: "I'm Pretty Handy Around The House", 1910Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alsyne, Texas by Roberts Ray. The image shows a man kissing a woman's hand.
Item 201: Coastal Scene with Town in the Background, circa 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celine, Texas by Clara.
Item 202: Roses Surround a Piece of Paper, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Irma B.
Item 203: Drawing of a Woman With a Cat on her Lap, 1910Add to your cart.
The card was sent ot Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by E. C.  The writer wanted to know if Mary was going to Austin during the summer.
Item 204: "With Love and All Good Wishes", 1908Add to your cart.
The card has an image of chrysanthemums with small blue flowers. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Mr. McCormick. The card was an invitation to a picnic.
Item 205: "Many Happy Returns of the Day", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card has an image of a girl in a pink dress. She holds up a large card with "Many Happy Returns of the Day" on it. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 206: "A Happy Birthday", 1909Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Miss Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 207: "I wish I were a Comet", 1911Add to your cart.
The card was sent to M. Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas.
Item 208: Snow Scene with Man Herding Sheep, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Pearle.
Item 209: "Best Wishes", 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with a red vase that over flows with flowers. The card was sent ot Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Birdie Clayton.
Item 210: "Best Wishes", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card has two birds and a floral arrangement surrounded by a gold colored border. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina Texas by Dorothy.
Item 211: Basket with a Pink Bow on the Handle That is Filled with Blue Flowers, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Nance Clayton.
Item 212: "Left in Charge", undatedAdd to your cart.
Two dogs are seen beside hunting equipment decorate one side of the card.  It was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Parris.
Item 213: "Evolution of a Chinaman", 1908Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 214: "Christmas and New Years' Greeting", undatedAdd to your cart.
Christmas Greeting from E. E. King of McKinney, Texas with a list of holiday events.  The card was never sent.
Item 215: "Best Wishes", undatedAdd to your cart.
A card that shows a cat teaching school to four kittens. It was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Birdie G.
Item 216: "We Are up Against It. Send Relief", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card shows a man holding on to a light pole. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Amy.
Item 217: "A Mountain Home", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card's image shows a log cabin by a lake with a mountain in the background.  The card was never mailed.
Item 218: "New Year Greeting", 1909Add to your cart.
An image of a cabin by a lake is on a grey colored background with blue flowers. The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson on Celina, Texas by Eula.
Item 219: "Best Wishes", 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with a golden basket that holds red roses. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Ada.
Item 220: "Lighthouse at Night", 1910Add to your cart.
The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Neva R.
Item 221: "1909 A Happy New Year", 1909Add to your cart.
The card was addressed to the Celina Drug Company, Celina, Texas and signed by Harvey Morton of Dallas.
Item 222: Poem by Eugene Field, 1909Add to your cart.
A rural scene with a green fence is on the front of the image.  It also has a small inset of a man, Eugene Field. The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and signed E. B.
Item 223: Small Waterfall in a Forest Scene, 1909Add to your cart.
The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. Ann sent the card.
Item 224: "Post Office, San Antonio, Texas", 1909Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Anna.
Item 225: "Lily of the Valley -- Return of Happiness", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is decorated with a pink bow that has lily of the valley around it. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Essie.
Item 226: "Message of Love", 1910Add to your cart.
An image of a bird at her nest with three baby birds decorates the card. It was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Eula.
Item 227: "Red Thistle Hill, VT. [Vermont], 1910Add to your cart.
The card shows a footpath in a rural scene. It was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Della.
Item 228: "On The Adriatic", 1910Add to your cart.
An image of ships is on the front of the card.  The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. It is signed by Ruth.
Item 229: "Westminster Institute, Westminster, Texas", 1909Add to your cart.
The postcard was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 230: "Easter Greetings", 1910Add to your cart.
The image on the front is of two eggs and a chick in a lided basket. The card was mailed to Mrs. Ella Jackson, care of Will Jackson, of Celina, Texas.  The card was sent by Bessie Stark.
Item 231: "It May Be Only A Pipe Dream", 1909Add to your cart.
The card also reads, "R. R. Loggins of Hempstead Tex. [Texas] has been here prospecting this week."  The image is of a man with a pipe and the image of a woman in the smoke from the pipe. The card was sent to Mary Jackson.
Item 232: "Neath the Pines", 1909Add to your cart.
The image on the card is of a road through a forest. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson in Denton, Texas by Roberta.
Item 233: "Violet -- I Am True", 1909Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows a letter tied with a green bow and decorated with violets. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Essie.
Item 234: "Wie Gehts Mit Dier?", 1911Add to your cart.
The image is of a dog sitting on a barrel while holding a pretzil and a stein of beer. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by a pupil named Bryan.
Item 235: "Auld Lang Syne", 1909Add to your cart.
The card has a decorated with a red and a yellow rose. It was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by "Neme."
Item 236: "A Happy Christmas To You", 1912Add to your cart.
The card was decorated with a sundial and roses. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Mr. and Mrs. Jones.
Item 237: A Deer in a Forest Scene, undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from her mother.
Item 238: "Best Wishes", 1910Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with a rose and rosebuds. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Susie. Susie said she had been ill for three weeks.  Her doctors' diagnosed appendicitis.
Item 239: "T U" [Trinity University], 1910Add to your cart.
The card has a drawing of a woman wearing a white sweater with black trim and a black bow in her hair. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  Ada sent the card.
Item 240: Man and Woman With Their Buggy and Grooms, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Vance Clayton.
Item 241: "The Original Texas Steer", undatedAdd to your cart.
A photograph of a longhorn steer is on one side of the postcard.  The card was never used.
Item 242: "Judging Sheep, Agricultural and Mechanical College, College Station, Texas", undatedAdd to your cart.
The colored photograph shows a six sheep being judged by a line of men.
Item 243: "All Happiness for Easter", 1909Add to your cart.
The image on the postcard shows two chicks holding sheet music and singing inside an egg.  A violet ribbon is tied around the egg and holds a wooden cross on top of the egg. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Birdie.
Item 244: "Viewing the Country", 1909Add to your cart.
The image on the card is a four-in-hand coach being driven across a stream. The card was mailed to Mary E. Jackson of Celina, Texas by Oda.
Item 245: Daffodils, 1911Add to your cart.
A postcard that was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by a pupil J. R. S.
Item 246: "Too Busy To Write, Have Something On My Mind", 1906Add to your cart.
The image is of a woman with a large bundle on her head. The card was mailed to Mary E. Jackson of Anna, Texas by W. L. G.
Item 247: "To My Valentine", circa 1910Add to your cart.
The card has a large heart shape with the image of a girl wearing a white bonnet. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Emma L.
Item 248: "Birthday Greetings", 1910Add to your cart.
The card is brown with images of leaves, flowers, and a horseshoe. The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 249: "I Believe", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was addressed to W. N. Jackson, C. H. Jackson, Mary Jackson, and Bill.
Item 250: "Don't Keep Me on the Fence Darling. Just Say the Word., 1913Add to your cart.
The card shows a cartoon drawing of a boy looking over the fence at a girl. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Kate Johnson.
Item 251: ""All Up In The Air About Mary", 1910Add to your cart.
The image shows a woman piloting an air ship. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Bessie.
Item 252: A Stream in a Forrest, 1913Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mrs. W. N. Jackson of Celina, Texas by Alma.
Item 253: Blue Flowers on Gold Background, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Eula K.
Item 254: "The Raggedy Man", undatedAdd to your cart.
A postcard with a picture of a boy and man seated on a porch.  The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Ola Orr.
Item 255: "Thy Will Be Done", 1910Add to your cart.
An image of a woman dressed in black in a graveyard. This postcard was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Elma Douglas.
Item 256: "We All Are Children Just Grown Up", undatedAdd to your cart.
A man dressed as a court jester blows bubbles, one of which looks like a woman's head is the image on the front of the card.  The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Clara.
Item 257: Two Views of Muskogee, Oklahoma, 1909Add to your cart.
The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by her mother.
Item 258: Woman Wears a Large Hat With Bow Tied Behind Her Ear, 1910Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyn, Texas by Anna.
Item 259: Two Birds on a Holly Branch, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Susie.
Item 260: "Between You and Me and the Lamp Post", 1910Add to your cart.
A couple kisses beside a lamppost. The card is addressed to "Merrie Jackson" of Celina, Texas.
Item 261: Image of a Smiling Woman Wearing a Hat., 1911Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Willa.
Item 262: Image of Woman in Pink Dress with Rose Decorated Wrap and a Rose in Her Hair, 1911Add to your cart.
The card was mailed in Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Willie.
Item 263: "Easter Greetings", 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with the image of a rabbit decorating Easter eggs. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Clarence Clayton.
Item 264: "The picture is taken, the man in delight kneels down at her side she starts in affright.", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Birdie Clayton.
Item 265: "Oh! So Tired", 1910Add to your cart.
The card was mailed by an old pupil of Ms. Jackson to Ms. Mary Jackson. The image is of a young girl yawning.
Item 266: "Best Wishes", 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated by an image of a house with a wreath of purple flowers framing the image. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Varner S.
Item 267: "Exchange National Bank, Denton, Texas", 1911Add to your cart.
The card shows a rural scene of geese under blooming apple trees. The card was mailed ot W. N. Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 268: "Easter Greetings", 1911Add to your cart.
The image shows two chicks using half an egg shell for a carriage with two rabbits harnesed with red ribbon in place of horses. The card was mailed to  Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Birdie Clayton.
Item 269: "Southwestern Girl", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card shows a young woman wearing a coat and a letter sweater with an "S" on it. The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Dorothy.
Item 270: "So many gods, so many creeds, So many paths that wind and wind, When just the art of being kind is all this sad workd needs.", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is addressed to Mary E. Jackson of Celina, Texas and was sent by "Papa."
Item 271: "Do You Sometimes Think of Poor Little Me", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card show two cartoon people with heart shaped heads.  It was addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from "Papa."
Item 272: Sheep in a Pen, 1910Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Susie R.
Item 273: "Fragrant and fair as the rose, Be the bright hours that unclose", 1908Add to your cart.
The card has an image of roses. It was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 274: "Bank of Happiness", 1908Add to your cart.
The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson by Irma S. Burch.
Item 275: "Easter Greetings", undatedAdd to your cart.
A chick pokes his head out of a giant, pink egg as three kittens look on. The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.
Item 276: "Rough on Rats", 1911Add to your cart.
The image is of a man helping a woman with her hair. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Lyda.
Item 277: Teacher and Classroom, 1910Add to your cart.
The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Eunice.
Item 278: Man and Woman Pose on the Deck of a Ship, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Beulah.
Item 279: A Man Watching A Woman Toss a Rose Away, 1908Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Birdie Clayton.
Item 280: "Hello? What Do You Think", 1908Add to your cart.
The front of the card shows a woman talking on the phone.  The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Katie.
Item 281: "Souvenir of McKinney, Texas", 1908Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas.  The card was signed J. B. C.
Item 282: "In Time of Storm", 1911Add to your cart.
A postcard advertisement for the Continental State Bank of Van Alstyne, Texas that was sent to Mary Jackson.
Item 283: "The little window where the sun came peeping in at morn.", 1908Add to your cart.
The image on the front of thecard shows a thatch roofed cottage. The card is addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  It is signed Vera B.
Item 284: "Greetings from Weston Texas", 1908Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with roses. It was sent to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas by Della Burch.
Item 285: A Cart On A Snow Street By a Large House, undatedAdd to your cart.
This card was never used.
Item 286: "A Prosperous New Year", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was never used.
Item 287: "Scene from Eugene Walter's Greatest Play 'The Wolf'", undatedAdd to your cart.
This card was never used.
Item 288: "Wishing You a Happy New Year", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is an advertisement for First State Bank, Celina, Texas.
Item 289: "Greetings for the New Year", 1912Add to your cart.
Falling leaves cover an image of a man walking up a snow covered road toward a church. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Susie.
Item 290: "Christmas Bells", 1907Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina Texas by Rena.
Item 291: "A Happy Birthday to You", 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with purple flowers. It was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 292: "Think of me long, Think of me ever; Think of the fun We've had together.", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Josephine.
Item 293: "Best Easter Wishes", 1911Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with a white cross and Easter lilies. It was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Susie.
Item 294: "Compliments of the Season", 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with tiger lillies.  The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas from Annie.
Item 295: "Happy Days", 1909Add to your cart.
The front of the card has a banner across the center with roses on either side. The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Ethel.
Item 296: "He then outpours love's fond narration and warmly makes his declaration.", 1909Add to your cart.
The card shows a man holding the hand of a seated woman. It was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Ethel.
Item 297: "All The Latest Songs", 1909Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Denton, Texas and signed M. B.
Item 298: "Dallas, Texas; Confederate Monuments at City Park", 1909Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Bessie Jones.
Item 299: Lake Scene at Sunset, 1913Add to your cart.
The card was sent to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Dollie Duncan.
Item 300: Woman in a Pink Dress, 1909Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas by Eunice L.
Item 301: "Thanksgiving Greetings", 1910Add to your cart.
The card has an image of a turkey with a wreath of corn encircling him. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Elma D.
Item 302: "A Joyful Easter", 1910Add to your cart.
The card has a cross and white flowers on a purple background with an inset of a rural scene with a church.  The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 303: "I Send My Love By Mail", 1909Add to your cart.
The card's image is of a girl mailing a Valentine's Day card. The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson, Celina, Texas by Dorothy.
Item 304: Scene of Windmills, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by J. Grayson King.
Item 305: "The Scenery Here Is Most Beautiful!", 1910Add to your cart.
A cricket is seen standing between the legs of two women. The postcard was sent to Mary Jackson of Van Alstyne, Texas by Mary S.
Item 306: "Peaceful Easter to You", 1909Add to your cart.
The image is of a silver colored cross and purple flowers. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  The cared was signed by Dee who makes reference to scarlet fever.
Item 307: "Easter Greetings", 1909Add to your cart.
The card is decorated with Easter lilies. The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas. The card was signed C. E. J.
Item 308: "Best Birthday Wishes", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card shows red poppies outlined in gold.  It is on a postcard that adverstises birthday cards that can be ordered from Paul Ebers of San Anionio, Texas.
Item 309: "The Brook Bridge", 1909Add to your cart.
The image on the card is of a bridge over a stream in a wooded area. The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.
Item 310: Red Rose, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is an advertisement for postcards with floral designs by the Kraemer Art Company.
Item 311: "I've something grand to tell you in Denison,Tex. [Texas] when will I see you!", 1913Add to your cart.
The card shows a Dutch boy on his knees taling to a girl.  Both wear wooden shoes. The card was addressed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas and was signed by Edna.
Item 312: Celina Drug Store Advertisement, 1910Add to your cart.
The image on the card shows two children feeding a dog ice cream.  The card is an advertisement for the Celina Drug Store.
Item 313: Three Dimemsional Image of Ducks and a Pond, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was never used.
Item 314: Asian Woman Blows Kisses, undatedAdd to your cart.
The image in this card can be altered by moving it back and forth.
Item 315: Three Dimensional Image of Parakeets, undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard was never used.
Item 316: "Jerusalem, Seen From Mount of Olives", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card shows a man with a donkey with the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the background. The card is three dimensional.
Item 317: "At a Beduin Tent in the Negev, Beduin Woman Weaving Carpet", undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard was never mailed.
Item 318: "Methodist Church, Kemp, Texas", circa 1921Add to your cart.
The card shows a black and white image of the church.  The card was mailed to Alice Faulkner of Alvord, Texas and was signed by Elvan.
Item 319: Barber at Work Outside Log Cabin, undatedAdd to your cart.
The photograph on the front is faded. The postcard was never used.
Item 320: "Round Up Horses Watering", 1912Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Alice Morgan of Orth, Texas.
Item 321: Baling Hay, undatedAdd to your cart.
The image on the card shows early motorized farming equipment as wiell a hoses and wagons. The card was never use.
Item 322: "Nude Study, 1856, Photogaph by Watson", undatedAdd to your cart.
A postcard from the Victoria and Albert Museum that was never used.
Item 323: Peniel College Building, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card shows a brick building with "Peniel College" written in pencil beside it. The card was sent to Alice Faulkner from E. B. Ridgeway.
Item 324: East Texas Normal College, Commerce, Texas, 1908Add to your cart.
The image on the postcard is of a building at East Texas Normal College. The card was addressed to Alice Faulkner of Alvord, Texas.
Item 325: State Capitol, Austin, Texas, undatedAdd to your cart.
The card was sent to Maulden Faulkner of Scurry, Texas.
Item 326: "Ruins of Fort Belknap - Powder House, North West of Graham, Texas", undatedAdd to your cart.
The image of a stone building with three individuals standing beside it. The card was never used.
Donor: L. G. Cook
Museum Number: ST 696
Item 327: "Monument Marking Butterfield Trail, North of Graham, Texas", undatedAdd to your cart.
Image of the stone monument with a stagecoach on top. The card was never used.
Donor: L. G. Cook
Museum Number: St.696
Item 328: "Grenoble - Place de la Bastille et le Cours St. Andre, undatedAdd to your cart.
A postcard that was sent to Mr. Orvis Hunder of Denton, Texas by Wesley S. Abbott.
Item 329: "Rogers Hospital, Decatur, Texas, undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard shows the exterior of the structure.
Museum Number: 1016
Item 330: "Viva Mexico", undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard is decorated with an embroidered flower and flag.  The flag has three sections, one is red and two are white (one may have faded to white from the original green). The card was addressed to Mrs. T. M. Cunningham from the Mexican Presbyterian Auxiliary by Mrs. A. G. Caceres of Corpus Christi, Texas.
Museum Number: D.39
Item 331: Le Grand Tianon, Le Peristyle, undatedAdd to your cart.
A postcard from Versailles that was never used.
Museum Number: 2388
Item 332: "Fontainebleau", undatedAdd to your cart.
The card is decorated with a coat of arms. The card was never used.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 333: "Fontainebleau", undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard has a photograph of the structure on one side.  The card was never used.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 334: Palace of Fontainebleau, undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard has a black and white image of the Palace of Fontainebleau.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 335: Garden of the Palace of Fontainebleau, undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard has a black and white photograph of a lake with a fountain with the palace in the background.
Item 336: "Camp de Coetquidan", undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard has a sepia colored photograph of a structure of the French military educational facility.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 337: "Les Forges de Paimpont", undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard is decorated with a black and white photograph of part of the former industrial site.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 338: "Camp de Coetquidan", undatedAdd to your cart.
The postcard has a sepia toned photograph of two long buildings at the military educational facility.
Item 339: "Camp de Coetquida, L'Hopital Militaire", undatedAdd to your cart.
A sepia toned image of a military hospital with a small raised area with trees is seen on one side of the card. The card was not used.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 340: "Paimpont: Porche de l'Englise", undatedAdd to your cart.
An image of two doors of a church separated by a statue of Mary with the baby Jesus in Paimpont, France.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 341: "Paimpont - Entree du Chateau de Comper", undatedAdd to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the entrance of the Castle of Comper in Paimpont. The card was never used.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 342: "Fontainebleau", undatedAdd to your cart.
A black and white photograph of Fontainebleau garden with a fountain in a lake with the palace in the background is on one side of the card.  The card was never used.
Museum Number: 2357
Item 343: Stamp, circa 1908Add to your cart.
A green and white stamp with Benjamin Franklin's portrait in the center.  It was sold for one cent.
Item 344: Pond with Houses in the background, 1911Add to your cart.
The card was mailed to Mary Jackson of Celina, Texas.  The writer reports that she had just passed into the eighth grade.

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