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 Collection: Texas History Collection
[Bill and son in front of home]

[Bill and son in front of home]

Date: 1958
Creator: Edwards, Charles
Description: Photograph of Bill behind his son in front of a home. Bill is shown wearing a hat and holding a cigar in his right hand.
Contributing Partner: Other
[Bill, Bill's wife, child and Marie Edwards]

[Bill, Bill's wife, child and Marie Edwards]

Date: 1958
Creator: Edwards, Charles
Description: Photograph of Bill, Bill's wife, child and Marie Edwards standing in a doorway. Bill is standing between his wife and Marie Edwards. Bill is wearing a hat and tie.
Contributing Partner: Other
[Bill, his wife, and Marie Edwards]

[Bill, his wife, and Marie Edwards]

Date: 1958
Creator: Edwards, Charles
Description: Photograph of (l to r): Bill's wife, Bill, and Marie Edwards sitting on a couch. Bill is shown wearing a hat with his arms and legs crossed. Marie Edwards is the sister of Charles Edwards.
Contributing Partner: Other
[Bill, Jewel Kennedy Young, and Bill's children]

[Bill, Jewel Kennedy Young, and Bill's children]

Date: 1958
Creator: Edwards, Charles
Description: Photograph of Bill with his children and Jewel Kennedy Young. Young is shown holding one of Bill's children in front of a doorway. One of the children is wearing clothing with stripes.
Contributing Partner: Other
[T. C. Hill]

[T. C. Hill]

Date: c. 1935
Creator: unknown
Description: Studio portrait of T. C. Hill. Mr. Hill is shown against a plain background and is wearing a suit and hat.
Contributing Partner: Other
[T. C. Hill in the kitchen at Texas State College for Women, 1944]

[T. C. Hill in the kitchen at Texas State College for Women, 1944]

Date: 1944
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph shows T. C. Hill wearing a cook's apron and cap, and using a whisk to stir the contents of a bowl.
Contributing Partner: Other
[Cafeteria Employees' Banquet, c. 1942]

[Cafeteria Employees' Banquet, c. 1942]

Date: c. 1942
Creator: unknown
Description: Group portrait of participants in a banquet for Texas State College for Women's African American cafeteria employees and their wives, c. 1942. Pictured, back row, left to right are: Luther Lambert, Anna Lambert, Othello Hill, T. C. Hill, Velma Berry, Mr. Hollis, Norvell Hill Williams, Sanford Williams, Amanda Mohair, and Noble Holland. Pictured, front row, left to right are: C. J. Peace, Erma Peace, Mr. Miller, Dilly Miller, Dorothy Fox Fox, James Otis Fox, Lavada Hamilton, and Cliff Hamilton.
Contributing Partner: Other
[Cafeteria Employees' Banquet, c. 1942_digitally restored]

[Cafeteria Employees' Banquet, c. 1942_digitally restored]

Date: c. 1942
Creator: unknown
Description: Group portrait of participants in a banquet for Texas State College for Women's African American cafeteria employees and their wives, c. 1942. Pictured, back row, left to right are: Luther Lambert, Anna Lambert, Othello Hill, T. C. Hill, Velma Berry, Mr. Hollis, Norvell Hill Williams, Sanford Williams, Amanda Mohair, and Noble Holland. Pictured, front row, left to right are: C. J. Peace, Erma Peace, Mr. Miller, Dilly Miller, Dorothy Fox Fox, James Otis Fox, Lavada Hamilton, and Cliff Hamilton.
Contributing Partner: Other
[Charles W. Williams in South Korea at the DMZ, 1991]

[Charles W. Williams in South Korea at the DMZ, 1991]

Date: 1991
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Charles W. Williams in U.S. Navy uniform. He is shown in front of a historical display in South Korea. A sign is on the left, and a sand-bagged tunnel entrance is behind him.
Contributing Partner: Other
[Col. Nicholas Copeland letter to Martin Bridgman, April 25, 1835]

[Col. Nicholas Copeland letter to Martin Bridgman, April 25, 1835]

Date: April 25, 1835
Creator: Copeland, Nicholas
Description: 1835 letter of Col. Nicholas Copeland to his son-in-law Martin Bridgman of Arkansas, enticing him to move to Texas. The letter discusses the price of land and cattle, as well as the profitability of crops such as cotton and corn. Copeland adds a note for Harry Currin, a free African-American, stating that Texas is a safe place to settle. His land grant (settlement & fortification) described in the letter was 25 miles west of the Trinity River just before crossing the Navasota River. This letter was written at Robbins' Ferry on the Old San Antonio Road at the crossing of the Trinity River (letters went east from there to be carried & put in the US mail system).
Contributing Partner: Other
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