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2015-057, 2015-060, 2016-010, 2018-001, 2018-004, 2018-010, 2018-026, 2018-036, 2018-041, 2018-048
Oversized items have been separated out into oversized boxes. They are identified under the corresponding box/folder listing below where they have been removed from, as well as in the Oversized Box listing.
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Items are arranged into series chronologically by accession number. Oversized boxes are arranged by size.
Various documents and printed memorabilia from the 1800s through the 2010s, which include items such as journal pages, handwritten letters, locale brochures, political pamphlets, event programs, local histories, government publications, personal interviews, serials, advertisements, and post-slides. Geographical overage is mainly Texas, though there are some other state and international materials.
Accession #: 2015-057 Oversized item separated to Box 5: Velasco Daily Times" newspaper, 1892
From the Sam Bass Cafe in Round Rock, Texas
Accession #: 2015-060 Please note: Series 2 consists of just the one item--the census--and has been separated to Oversized Box 5.
Accession #: 2016-010 Oversized item separated to Box 6: Advertisement of land for sale in Clay County, Texas, circa late 1800s
Accession #: 2017-053 Continues into Box 2
Oversized item separated to Box 3: "San Angelo, Texas - The First One Hundred Years" newspaper (1 total)
Oversized items separated to Box 3: "A Guide to Washington County..." newspaper and "Fort Davis Exchange" vacation issue paper (2 total)
Contains newspaper directories, KKK recruitment cards, historical printings, store receipts and catalogs, etc.
Oversized item separated to Box 3: "Flag Song of Texas" booklet (1 total)
Accession #: 2017-053 Continued from Box 1
Oversized items separated to Box 3: "Weekly Digest - State Fair" newsletter, "The Daily Texan Centennial" paper, and "the H-SU Brand" paper (3 total)
Oversized items separated to Box 3: "Natural Hazards of the Texas Coastal Zone" booklet and "Hardeman County - Agricultural" printing (2 total)
Accession #: 2018-001
Oversized item separated to Box 3: Attendance Certficate, 1901 (1 total)
Accession #: 2018-004
Contains 7 postcards, an event program, and a party invitation, all from Denton, Texas or local towns
Texas high school programs and yearbook, tourist pamphlets, newspaper copies, newsletters, and political publications
Contains items from 3 World's Fairs: World's Columbian Exposition - Chicago, IL - 1893 Pan American Exposition - Buffalo, NY - 1901 Louisiana Purchase Exposition - St. Louis, MO - 1904
Contains items from 4 World's Fairs: A Century of Progress Exposition - Chicago, IL - 1933-34 New York World's Fair - New York, NY - 1939 The Golden Gate International Exposition - San Francisco, CA - 1939-40 HemisFair '68 - San Antonio, TX - 1968
Accession #: 2018-010
Accession #: 2018-026
Ads for the Company's performances at the New York Hippodrome
Bank calendar with historical photos and information about Montague County, TX
From Doughty, Slover, and Culwell in Weatherford, Texas
Continues into Box 7 Accession #: 2018-036
Accession #: 2018-036 Continued from Box 4
Accession #: 2018-041
Postcards and a bumper sticker featuring cowgirls
Acession #: 2018-048
Contains road, city, activity/attraction, and geologic maps.
"San Angelo, Texas - The First One Hundred Years" newspaper
"A Guide to Washington County..." newspaper
"Fort Davis Exchange" vacation issue paper
"Flag Song of Texas" booklet
"Weekly Digest - State Fair" newsletter
"The Daily Texan Centennial" paper
"The H-SU Brand" paper
"Natural Hazards of the Texas Coastal Zone" booklet
"Hardeman County - Agricultural" printing
Velasco Daily Times" newspaper
"State of Texas" Census
Advertisement of land for sale in Clay County, Texas by William Little.