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  Partner: Denton Public Library
 Decade: 1900-1909
 Year: 1909
[Ariel Club program for Miss Wright]

[Ariel Club program for Miss Wright]

Date: c. 1909-05-14
Creator: unknown
Description: Miss Wright's Ariel Club program is dated May 14, 1909. The program contains a list of readings, and musical pieces to be performed at the event including Chopin, Staunton, etcetera.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
Exterior of the Merchant Tailor Company

Exterior of the Merchant Tailor Company

Date: 1909?
Creator: unknown
Description: Exterior of the Boylan Tailor Shop and R.K. Rains' Barbershop, located on the north side of the square. There is a buggy in the foreground to the right. The tailor shop was originally opened by F.J. Boylan, the second man from the right, his stepsons, John W. and Walter R. "Rube" Scott are to his left, an unidentified African-American male stands on the far right. A barbershop pole and two signs hang from the shop to the right. The signs say: Hot & Cold Baths; and R.K. Rains. Richard Kerr Rains owned the R.K. Rains Barber Shop until he sold his business in April of 1910 to Ed Roberts. In 1912, the Boylan & Co., Merchant and Scott Tailoring Co. combined and formed the Scott Tailor Company. According to the 1910 Census, John W. Scott was 23 in 1910, his occupation was listed as "Tailor" and he owned the business. Walter R. Scott was 27 and his occupation was "Tailor in men's clothing." Later, in the 1923 Retail Merchants' Association's Denton City Directory, the brothers have several businesses: John W. Tailoring Co., on the west side of the square; Walter Scott was the Manager of the North Side Tailor Shop, ...
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
Girls' College of Industrial Arts, Denton, Texas.

Girls' College of Industrial Arts, Denton, Texas.

Date: c. 1909
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard contains a photograph of the Old Main Building at Girls' College of Industrial Arts, now known as Texas Woman's University, in Denton, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
Order of Macabees

Order of Macabees

Date: 1909
Creator: unknown
Description: Group of eighteen women in white dresses and caps from the Order of Macabees. Those identified are: Fannie Wiliams, Etta Woodsen, Edna Yerby Walker, Mollie Rich, Ada Bates Poling, Cora Mayer, Myrtle Joiner, Lizzie goode, Mollie Bushey, Gretna Cobb, Florence Elbert, Leona Bleweth, Fannie Blanks, Nellie Nipp, Annie Baker, Cora Bates, Eula Bates.
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[Post Card from Bettie to Hallie Thurman]

[Post Card from Bettie to Hallie Thurman]

Date: c. 1909-04-02
Creator: unknown
Description: Post card containing letter from Bettie to Miss Hallie Thurman of Denton, Texas. The post card was processed in Ft. Worth, Texas on April 2, 1909. The front of the post card contains a photograph of a house with wood siding and a porch with columns. A brick chimney is visible on the rear of the house.
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