icant resource to researchers and historians.
Available in 1986, this guide will be the results
of a state-wide survey begun last year by the
Foundation. A directory of 19th century Texas
photographers is being prepared by David
Haynes of the Institute of Texan Cultures, and
will be published by THF as a complimentary
document to the Union Guide.
Through these publications and their
images of Texas, the Foundation intends to foster
an awareness of the photographic heritage
of the state. By calling attention to the wealth of
information contained in these photographs, a
great deal more of Texas history will be
Historic Photography Coordinator
Historical images of Texas, from the left:
[Dancing on a Wagonsheet in a Cow Camp.] Ray
Rector. [West Texas] circa 1930. Rector collection,
[Two young ladies in a carriage.] Georgetown,
Texas circa 1905. Collection of Tanya Fain.
[Mannequins at the Sanger Store.] Gildersleeve.
Waco, Texas circa 1925. Photography Collection,
[Judy Moses on tricycle, Interior.] Snapshot, John
Moses. La Marque, Texas 1956. Collection of
[Street car scene with Post Office.] E. 0. Goldbeck.
San Antonio, Texas circa 1925. Goldbeck collection,
the Humanities Research Center, the University
of Texas at Austin.
[Blacksmith shop on Sabine Avenue. Unidentified
Photographer.] Austin, Texas circa 1911. F. A.
Jacobsen, Senior; Mr. T. A. Christensen; Mr.
Swenson (left to right). Austin History Center
[Lightsey-Carroll Distributors' Falstaff Delivery
Trucks in front of the State Capital.] Ellison Photo
(Austin). Austin, Texas 1934. Austin History
[Knott Store interior. Unidentified Photographer.]
Robstown, Texas 1908. Mr. Knott is behind the
counter; J. M. Trygart is wearing the apron.
Photography Collection, HRC, UT-Austin.
Texas Historical Foundation. Texas Heritage, Spring 1984. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45446/. Accessed July 11, 2014.