By Catherine Keenan
|Title:||David Jones Eddleman Collection, 1854-1955|
|Arrangement:||The collection is arranged in four boxes by material type. One box contains materials from other collections, as described in the box contents.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsContains the papers of the Eddleman family concerning the genealogy and history of the family and the life of David Jones Eddleman, early settler of Denton County, Masonic Grand Lecturer of Texas, and publisher of the first daily newspaper in Indian Territory (Oklahoma) including an autobiography, birth certificates, clippings, correspondence, literary productions, personal notes, photographs and wills.
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|Preferred Citation:||David Jones Eddleman Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Finding Aid Revision History:||A box level inventory was added by Catherine Keenan from a legacy paper finding aid and observed box contents on April 27, 2017.|
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Photo of what is noted on the image as the Daughtry House in Old Alton, Denton County, Texas, built by James Madison Daughtry in 1851 or 1852.
Another photo of the Daughtry house, this time with no notes written on the edges of the image.
Photo of Myrta Eddleman Sams' house, inscription reading, "The house where I was born- North Locus St. Denton, Texas."
A photo of an old home in a field with an adult and child figure on the porch and another person sitting inside.