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 Collection: Texas History Collection
Two Women in a Horse Drawn Cart

Two Women in a Horse Drawn Cart

Date: c. 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Two women in a horse drawn cart on a dirt road in the country.. From the collection of James P. Thomas, Sr., McKinney.
Contributing Partner: North Texas History Center
Two Women Standing Against a Fence

Two Women Standing Against a Fence

Date: c. 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Two women standing by the side of the road, up against a fence. From the collection of James P. Thomas, Sr., McKinney.
Contributing Partner: North Texas History Center
[Two Young Brothers in a Field]

[Two Young Brothers in a Field]

Date: 1922
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a pair of brothers standing in a field behind a place known as the Calder House. They are both holding rifles balanced against the back of their necks. A handwritten note on the back of the photo identifies them as Ullmann and Joseph Kilgore, the sons of Theodore and Zonnie Kilgore.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
Tyler & Smith County, Texas: An Historical Survey

Tyler & Smith County, Texas: An Historical Survey

Date: 1976
Creator: Glover, Robert W.
Description: This book gives an overview of the history of Tyler, Texas and Smith County through a series of essays written by community members on various social and historical topics. A List of Illustrations is on page viii and the Table of Contents is on page ix; the index starts on page 279.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
[L. U. Mason, Marshall Educator]

[L. U. Mason, Marshall Educator]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Mr. L. U. Mason taught vocational agriculture at Pemberton High School in Marshall. Nothing further is known of him. The picture is from a yearbook. Pemberton no longer exists as a campus. The traditionally African-American senior high school became a ninth grade school following integration. It was finally merged with Marshall High School in 1988.
Contributing Partner: Marshall Public Library
[U. R. Weisner, Harrison County Leader]

[U. R. Weisner, Harrison County Leader]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Uriel Rosborough Weisner was a leader in the rural Leigh Community of Harrison County. Leigh is located northeast of Marshall at the intersection of FM 134 and FM 1999. Mr. Weisner was born in Leigh on October 15, 1890, the grandson of slaves who were brought to Texas, and he served the Leigh community his entire life. Receiving only an elementary education, he persevered to gain more learning credits until he completed the BA degree at Bishop College in 1941. However, he began teaching in 1912 and spent most of his career at Leigh's Antioch School. Becoming the principal there, he added several grades to make it the first rural high school in the county, 1936. He also organized the first PTA, a poultry hatchery, the district fair, and community health classes that led to the founding of a health center in 1939. He was instrumental in founding a dental unit and water corporation. He served his church faith in several capacities and was an officer in his professional organizations. He was also a historian who produced several local histories. He died in 1979 and is buried in the Antioch Cemetery, Leigh.
Contributing Partner: Marshall Public Library
[U.S. Armed Forces in a Parade]

[U.S. Armed Forces in a Parade]

Date: April 19, 1986
Creator: Kiecke, Albert
Description: Photograph of a procession of armed forces walking down Kansas Street in League City's 32nd Annual Village Fest parade. Leading in front are four individuals in a uniform of gray shirts, pants, helmets and boots; two are holding the U.S. flag and the Texas flag, while the other two hold rifles against their shoulders.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[Ullmann Kilgore and His Mother]

[Ullmann Kilgore and His Mother]

Date: 193u
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Ullmann Kilgore and his mother, Zonnie Kilgore, in his graduation cap and gown on the day of his commencement from Rice University. They are standing outdoors near a tree. Ullmann is Zonnie and Theodore Kilgore's eldest son.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[Ullmann Kilgore at Virginia Beach]

[Ullmann Kilgore at Virginia Beach]

Date: September 1942
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Ullmann Kilgore, wearing a U.S. Navy uniform, relaxing in a fold-out chair on Virginia Beach. He has a bottled beverage in his hand. The chair next to his is empty. A handwritten caption on the back of the photo reads, "The very best picture of Ullmann I've ever had. Va. Beach Sept. 1942." According to accompanying information, Ullmann was part of the 24th Seabee Battalion of the U.S. Navy.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[Ullmann Kilgore in Military Uniform]

[Ullmann Kilgore in Military Uniform]

Date: 1944
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Ullmann Kilgore in his U.S. Navy Service Khaki uniform, which consists of a garrison cap, a jacket, a collared shirt, and a tie. According to accompanying information, Ullmann was a part of the 24th Seabee Battalion of the U.S. Navy, who were stationed in New Guinea at the time this photo was taken.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library