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 County: Travis County, TX
[Announcement Card for the Reception and Ball in Honor of Governor James E. Ferguson, January 19, 1915]

[Announcement Card for the Reception and Ball in Honor of Governor James E. Ferguson, January 19, 1915]

Date: 1915
Creator: unknown
Description: Card announcing the Reception and Ball being held in honor of James E. Ferguson, governor of Texas, on January 19, 1915. This card was sent to Mr. E. P. Wilmot.
Contributing Partner: Rice University Woodson Research Center
[Invitation to the Inauguration of James Ferguson, Governor of Texas]

[Invitation to the Inauguration of James Ferguson, Governor of Texas]

Date: January 19, 1915
Creator: Texas
Description: Invitation to a reception and ball in honor of James E. Ferguson inauguration as governor at Austin, Texas. The inside of the invitation includes a list of those serving on the executive committee.
Contributing Partner: Rice University Woodson Research Center
[Invoice from S. B. Brush for Captain H. M. Bouldin, July 1863]

[Invoice from S. B. Brush for Captain H. M. Bouldin, July 1863]

Date: July 1863
Creator: Brush, S. B.
Description: Invoice from S. B. Brush for Captain H. M. Bouldin. The invoice listed what purchases Bouldin made including muslin, packs of pins, boxes of caps, and buttons. The purchase was made from a store that dealt in tin ware, stoves, pumps, house furnishing goods, etc.
Contributing Partner: Rice University Woodson Research Center
[Postcard from J. H. to Junia Roberts Osterhout, September 1, 1907]

[Postcard from J. H. to Junia Roberts Osterhout, September 1, 1907]

Date: September 1907
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard from J. H. to Junia Roberts Osterhout. The front has a picture of two buildings - one red and one yellow. The red building is three stories tall with a slanted roof. The yellow building is four stories tall and has a domed-shaped tower. There are a couple of trees in front of the yellow building and there is a black, ink smudge across the photo. At the bottom of the picture, J. H. asked whether Junia was back in Belton yet.
Contributing Partner: Rice University Woodson Research Center