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[Andrew J. Jensen's Honorable Discharge from the Army of the United States]

[Andrew J. Jensen's Honorable Discharge from the Army of the United States]

Date: 1919-06-26/1940-06-24
Creator: unknown
Description: Discharge paper given to Andrew J. Jensen from the Army of the United States. The document states that Andrew was honorably discharged from his position of mechanic by reason of demobilization. Andrew's physical description follows, along with signatures from a commanding officer. Further biographical information is given on the back. Additionally, a piece of paper has been stapled on the back that was signed by the clerk of the county court in Wharton authenticating the document.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Andrew Jensen Military Promotion

Andrew Jensen Military Promotion

Date: June 1, 1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Hand-written and printed document from the United States Army given to Andrew Jensen after a military promotion. At the very top of the document, there is a black and white illustration of an eagle amongst various symbolic elements that make up the particular emblem. It hovers over bold text and is enclosed in a gray cloud-like gray area. The document states that Andrew made the transition to corporal at Camp Travis in Texas. Crease lines can be seen both length-wise and width-wise.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Andrew Jensen's Naturalization Papers

Andrew Jensen's Naturalization Papers

Date: June 1, 1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Certificate of naturalization provided to Andrew Jensen after he became a citizen of the United States. Some biographical information is provided as well as additional standard signatures and bureaucratic fine print. There are two stamps on the back of the certificate, both of which appear to be written in Danish.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
[Danish Culture Newspaper Article]

[Danish Culture Newspaper Article]

Date: June 6, 2001
Creator: unknown
Description: Newspaper article titled "Danish culture cherished" discussing the grand opening of the new Danish Cultural Center in in 2001 in Danevang, Texas, known as "The Danish Capitol of Texas." The names of the people in the middle and bottom photographs are listed. The article appeared in the El Campo Leader in June 6, 2001.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Group of Men

Group of Men

Date: June 11, 1955
Creator: Eastman Kodak Company
Description: Photograph of a group of adult men standing in front of a parked automobile. They have been identified from left to right as Christian Brodsgaard, Jimmy Sones, George Adams, J. E. Sones, and Albert Treadwell. They are dressed in casual attire. The man on the far right has an injured left arm and is held close to his chest by a cast. A black stamp on the back of the photograph reads, "This is a Kodacolor Print made by Eastman Kodak Company T. M. Regis. U. S. Pat. OFf. Week Ending June 11, 1955 I R 3."
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Hans & Anna Andersen Family Reunion

Hans & Anna Andersen Family Reunion

Date: June 2002
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of men and women seated outdoors on a bench. They are dressed in casual attire smiling at the camera. From left to right, they have been identified as Kenneth Mads Andersen, Loraine A. McCarty, Virginia A. Hall, Doris Andersen Gray, and Roger L. Andersen. Behind them, there are two unidentified men looking down at the metal grill in front of them. A second grill is just to the right of the first. A fence and some trees are farther in the distance. Accompanying information states that the photograph was taken at the Hans and Anna Andersen Family Reunion.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Hans & Anna Andersen Family Reunion

Hans & Anna Andersen Family Reunion

Date: June 2002
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of men and women at the Danevang Community Hall in Danevang, Texas. The women are seated on what appears to be the stage of a small auditorium that has been closed-shut by a red curtain. Two men stand on each side. From left to right, the group has been identified as Kenneth Mads Andersen, Doris Andersen Gray, Loraine A. McCarty, Virginia A. Hall, and Roger L. Andersen. Large, block lettering on a banner in the back indicates that the photograph was taken at the Andersen Family Reunion.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Hans & Anna Andersen Family Reunion

Hans & Anna Andersen Family Reunion

Date: June 2002
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of adult men and women standing before an auditorium with closed curtains. From left to right, they have been identified as Kenneth Mads Andersen, Karyl Andersen, Loraine A. McCarty, John McCarty, Doris A. Gray, Harry Hall, Virginia A. Hall, Betty Andersen, and Roger Andersen. Accompanying information, as well as the large block lettering behind them on the banner, indicates that the photograph was taken during the Hans and Anna Andersen Family Reunion.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
[Lauritsen Family Deer]

[Lauritsen Family Deer]

Date: June 28, 2007
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Lauritsen family deer wearing a collar. His head is turned to the right, looking in that direction. Accompanying information indicates the deer's name is Buck, he was born in 1967, and pictured at the A. P. Lauritsen farm home. There are three small cats behind the deer. In the back, off to the left, there is a single-story structure, possibly a shed, surrounded by a few trees.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Letter Declaring Danevang to be the Danish Capital of the State of Texas

Letter Declaring Danevang to be the Danish Capital of the State of Texas

Date: June 22, 1990
Creator: unknown
Description: Correspondence sent to Mrs. Elsie Christiansen from D. R. "Tom" Uher, a member of the House of Representatives in the state of Texas. The document gives Mrs. Christiansen notice that House Concurrent Resolution 21 passed by both houses of the state congress, which made Danevang the Danish capital of Texas. Accompanying information indicates that Homer Smith worked with Mr. Uher on the process.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
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