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Excursion party of the John H. Shary Land Company

Excursion party of the John H. Shary Land Company

Date: February 10, 1920
Creator: Eskildsen
Description: Panoramic photograph of a large group of people posing in front of the Sharyland train station on the Missouri Pacific Railroad; the train station later burned down. John Shary is labeled (third from the right). Also shows a dog with 10 legs - a product of the panoramic photo processing. Text at the bottom of the image says, "Excursion Party of the John H. Shary Land Co., Feb. 10, 1920." A label on the back of the photo says "Sharyland Mo Pac RR Station (later burned)"
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Dinner honoring the Vice-President of the United States by his fellow citizens of Texas on the occasion of the visit to Washington of the Goodwill Special Train, National Press Club

Dinner honoring the Vice-President of the United States by his fellow citizens of Texas on the occasion of the visit to Washington of the Goodwill Special Train, National Press Club

Date: April 17, 1934
Creator: Tenschert Photographers
Description: John N. Garner and John H. Shary labeled in this group photograph of a banquet dinner.
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Excursion party of the Sharyland Co. in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas

Excursion party of the Sharyland Co. in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas

Date: November 18, 1919
Creator: Eskildsen
Description: Panoramic photograph of an excursion party in front of the William Jennings Bryan house in Mission, Texas. John Shary and Peter Bentsen are labeled in the image. The same man is at both ends.
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Southwestern Land Co. excursion party at Sharyland

Southwestern Land Co. excursion party at Sharyland

Date: June 16, 1931
Creator: Gardner, J. W.
Description: Excursion party posing in front of Shary lake. The same woman is at both ends.
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Excursion party of the Southwestern Land Co. at Sharyland

Excursion party of the Southwestern Land Co. at Sharyland

Date: January 9, 1924
Creator: Ziebel Studio
Description: Excursion party posing in front of Shary house. Peter Bentsen labeled
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Excursion party of the Southwestern Land Co. in the Rio Grande Valley

Excursion party of the Southwestern Land Co. in the Rio Grande Valley

Date: October 23, 1922
Creator: Ziebel Studio
Description: Excursion party posing in a citrus field in Sharyland, Texas.
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Southwestern Land Co. in Sharyland

Southwestern Land Co. in Sharyland

Date: March 3, 1924
Creator: Ziebel Studio
Description: Excursion party posing to the left of Charles Volz's brick home
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
John H. Shary excursion

John H. Shary excursion

Date: September 8, 1916
Creator: Murff, J.C.
Description: Excursion party posing in front of Charles Volz's brick home.
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
40 acres block Lot 426 on Taylor Boulevard pavement connecting to Mission and McAllen and all other parts of the Valley

40 acres block Lot 426 on Taylor Boulevard pavement connecting to Mission and McAllen and all other parts of the Valley

Date: August 5, 1929
Creator: Gardner, J. W.
Description: Panoramic photograph of a field ready for farming in Mission, Texas. There are surveyors standing on the left, farm house and cars shown on the right.
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Sharyland Co. excursion party near Sharyland

Sharyland Co. excursion party near Sharyland

Date: May 19, 1917
Creator: Eskildsen
Description: Panoramic photograph of a group of people posing out-of-doors. Part of a white house and a fence covered with climbing vines is visible in the background. Text at the bottom of the image says: "Shary Land Co's Excursion Party Near Sharyland, May 19th, 1917."
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American