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 Resource Type: Clipping
 Decade: 1900-1909
 Collection: The Civil War and its Aftermath: Diverse Perspectives
[Clipping and Tickets, October 1901]

[Clipping and Tickets, October 1901]

Date: October 1901
Creator: unknown
Description: These are documents from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The documents include a clipping and two tickets. The clipping details that P. O'Reilly and W. L. McCormick were elected as alderman to fill the position in their respective wards. On the reverse side of the clipping is a marriage announcement for Linnet Moore and Claude White; the reason this clipping was cut and saved. The tickets were for travel on October 16, 1901 from Dallas to Denison for two passengers on a passenger car designed by the Pullman Company.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Clipping, March 24, 1903]

[Clipping, March 24, 1903]

Date: March 24, 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Clipping, published by A. H. Belo and Company, that gives home remedies for livestock on one side. The other side has information on the publisher, the date, and an article on the choice of Panama for the building of a canal.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Obituary for J.K. "Tobe" Dodd, November 30, 1905]

[Obituary for J.K. "Tobe" Dodd, November 30, 1905]

Date: November 30, 1905
Creator: unknown
Description: Obituary for J. K. "Tobe" Dodd. Dodd passed away on Thursday, November 30, 1905 at the age of sixty-five at his home on the Dobbins Pike in Gallatin, Tennessee. According to the obituary, Dodd died due to a "general breakdown and softening of the brain." Dodd was a Confederate Lieutenant in Company D of the Second Tennessee Cavalry, and was later Sheriff of Sumner County, Tennessee.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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