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 Decade: 1920-1929
[Art Forum Scrapbook, 1922-1933]

[Art Forum Scrapbook, 1922-1933]

Date: 1922/1933
Creator: Carpenter, Allie Mae
Description: Scrapbook detailing art events in Abilene, Texas, especially the activities of the Art Unit of the Abilene Women's Forum from its inception in 1922 to 1933. Accomplishments of the various Abilene art organizations are included by year but not necessarily in chronological order. Emphasized are clippings and exhibits by the Texas Fine Arts Forum, the Abilene Art League, art at the West Texas Fair, activities at the Abilene High School, and special events at the three universities (Hardin-Simmons University, McMurry University and Abilene Christian University).
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[Art Forum Scrapbook, 1922-1955 (1954-1955)]

[Art Forum Scrapbook, 1922-1955 (1954-1955)]

Date: 1922/1955
Creator: Carpenter, Allie Mae
Description: Scrapbook containing clippings and event information concerning the Art Unit of the Women's Forum Club in Abilene, Texas, for the years 1954 to 1955. Includes clippings of events at the Abilene Fine Arts Museum, the Creative Arts Club, and other Abilene clubs. The second half of the press book contains clippings and memorabilia highlighting the career of A. M. Carpenter from 1922 to her retirement from Hardin-Simmons University in 1955.
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Texas: Artesia Wells Quadrangle

Texas: Artesia Wells Quadrangle

Date: 1925
Creator: Goodlove, C. W.; Reineck, R. H. & Hill, E. B.
Description: Topographic quadrangle map of Artesia Wells, Texas, and the surrounding area, showing boundaries, water bodies, marshes, roads, and landmarks. Relief shown by contours (interval 20 feet) and spot heights. The back of the map features a short introduction to the series of standardized maps to be published by the United States Geological Survey, of which this map is a part. Under the introduction is a collection of standard symbols that will be used in future maps, including culture, relief, and water symbols. Scale 1:62,500
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Trails made and routes used by the Fourth U.S. Cavalry: Under command of General R.S. MacKenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas, Indian-Territory (now Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old Mexico during the period of 1871-2-3-4 and 5

Trails made and routes used by the Fourth U.S. Cavalry: Under command of General R.S. MacKenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas, Indian-Territory (now Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old Mexico during the period of 1871-2-3-4 and 5

Date: 1927
Creator: Dorchester, E. D.
Description: Military map of the routes used by R.S. Mackenzie and his troops, including New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas as well as parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and Mexico. The map shows routes, trails, railroads, roads, camps, old forts, other landmarks, battles with American Indians, and names and locations of American Indian tribes in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Scale [ca. 1:1,405,436] (23.76 miles to the inch).
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Soil Classification

Soil Classification

Date: 1921
Creator: Penick, Dixon B.; Penick, Stuart T.; Floore, S. P.; Sellards, E. H. & Seashore, P. T.
Description: Map of soil classifications in parts of Tillman County, Oklahoma, and Wichita County, Texas, showing regions colored according to soil types, contour lines, and elevation. The map also includes bodies of water, roads, buildings, railroads, fences, and soil tubes. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Scale ca. 1:6,000
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Sectional Map indicating main Automobile Roads between Canada and United States (Middle West Sheet).

Sectional Map indicating main Automobile Roads between Canada and United States (Middle West Sheet).

Date: 1926
Creator: National Development Bureau
Description: Map of roadways in the Midwestern United States and southern portions of the Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario provinces of Canada. The map includes major towns and cities; bodies of water, including the Great Lakes; and boundaries. The map also includes an inset map of the four Canadian road map sheets in this series near the upper-right corner. Scale [ca. 1:2,217,600] (35 miles to the inch).
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Sectional Map indicating main Automobile Roads between Canada and United States (Great Lakes Sheet).

Sectional Map indicating main Automobile Roads between Canada and United States (Great Lakes Sheet).

Date: 1926
Creator: National Development Bureau
Description: Map of roadways of the region surrounding the Great Lakes, including Iowa, Kentucky, Wisconsin, New York, and the Canadian provinces Quebec and Ontario. The map includes major towns, bodies of water, and boundaries. The map also includes an inset map of the four Canadian road map sheets in this series bottom-center of the map. Scale [ca. 1,077,120] (17 miles to the inch).
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Red River Valley, Texas and Oklahoma, between the 98th and 100th meridians: In five sheets

Red River Valley, Texas and Oklahoma, between the 98th and 100th meridians: In five sheets

Date: 1920
Creator: Floore, S. P. & Penick, Dixon B.
Description: Map of the Red River and the Texas-Oklahoma broader, showing county lines, sandy soil areas, bluffs, cut banks, and creeks. The bluff and cut bank heights are labeled, and arrows in the main channel of the Red River indicate the direction of flowing water. There is an inset map near the upper-right corner of the five sheets as a whole, covering the Texas-Oklahoma boarder in its entirety. Scale [ca. 1:31,680] (1/2 mile to the inch).
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Red River Valley, Texas and Oklahoma, between the 98th and 100th meridians: In five sheets

Red River Valley, Texas and Oklahoma, between the 98th and 100th meridians: In five sheets

Date: 1920
Creator: Floore, S. P. & Penick, Dixon B.
Description: Map of the Red River and the Texas-Oklahoma broader, showing county lines, sandy soil areas, bluffs, cut banks, and creeks. The bluff and cut bank heights are labeled, and arrows in the main channel of the Red River indicate the direction of flowing water. There is an inset map near the lower-left corner of the five sheets as a whole, covering the Texas-Oklahoma boarder in its entirety. Scale [ca. 1:31,680] (1/2 mile to the inch).
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Red River Valley, Texas and Oklahoma, between the 98th and 100th meridians: In five sheets

Red River Valley, Texas and Oklahoma, between the 98th and 100th meridians: In five sheets

Date: 1920
Creator: Floore, S. P. & Penick, Dixon B.
Description: Map of the Red River and the Texas-Oklahoma broader, showing county lines, sandy soil areas, bluffs, cut banks, and creeks. The bluff and cut bank heights are labeled, and arrows in the main channel of the Red River indicate the direction of flowing water. There is an inset map near the lower-left corner of the five sheets as a whole, covering the Texas-Oklahoma boarder in its entirety. Scale [ca. 1:31,680] (1/2 mile to the inch).
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