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  Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[Saint David's Church Exterior]

[Saint David's Church Exterior]

Date: 1923
Creator: Jordan Company
Description: Photograph of the original exterior of St. David's Church, before the streets were lowered. The building is surrounded by small trees and there are two black automobiles parked on the street. The church is located at San Jacinto and 7th Street, in Austin, Texas.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[Sunday School Picnic]

[Sunday School Picnic]

Date: 1870~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a Sunday school picnic. A large group of people is posing in a line outdoors. Two women are holding umbrellas, and everyone pictured is wearing a hat. Small children are seated in the front row.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[Saint David's Episcopal Church Easter Egg Hunt]

[Saint David's Episcopal Church Easter Egg Hunt]

Date: 1930~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of an Easter egg hunt located at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bartholomew, at 904 West Avenue. There are children outside on a lawn, some are lined up standing and some are seated. Two small children are in the foreground playing with a truck, and women in coats and hats are standing in the background behind the children.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[The Saint Cecilia Window]

[The Saint Cecilia Window]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Saint Cecilia Window located inside Saint David's Episcopal Church, created in 1886. There is a decorative border around the window, with the Saint in the center.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[Sunday School Picnic]

[Sunday School Picnic]

Date: 1884
Creator: unknown
Description: Sepia photograph of a group of people at a picnic taken on the grounds of the James H. Raymond estate. The group is lined up outdoors, and there is a boy standing on a buggy in the background. A card accompanying the photograph identifies the people, from left to right, as: Mr. Oceolo Archer, Mrs. Archer, Mrs. Cochran (Mrs. Lee's mother), Charles Calloway, his mother Mrs. Charles Calloway, Mrs. Rosine Ryan, Miss Clara Maillot (Mrs. Robi Bacon's sister and later Mrs. Julian Smith), Mrs. Fannie Crooker (Church organist), Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lee, Mrs. Will Lambert (Mrs. Bacon's mother), Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew, and Mr. Richard Lee. The boy on the buggy is identified as Willie Lambert.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
Oral History Interview with Jessie Wand, April 29, 1984

Oral History Interview with Jessie Wand, April 29, 1984

Date: April 29, 1984
Creator: Hillis, Jean & Wand, Jessie Ziggler
Description: Interview with Jessie Wand of Austin, Texas, a long time member of St. David's Episcopal Church. In the interview, Jessie talks about her family and their travels when she was young, her time at Rice University and Texas Woman's University, and life during the Great Depression and war. She recalls some history about the church and talks about her involvement through the years.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[The Holy Bible Window]

[The Holy Bible Window]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Holy Bible Window located at St. David's Episcopal Church, created in 1880. There is a decorative border around the window, with an eagle in the center.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
Oral History Interview with Eleanor Tyler, May 7, 1984

Oral History Interview with Eleanor Tyler, May 7, 1984

Date: May 7, 1984
Creator: Vickers, Joan & Tyler, Eleanor
Description: Interview with Eleanor Tyler of Austin, Texas, a long time member of St. David's Episcopal Church. Eleanor describes what it was like being a student during the Great Depression, and also talks about her family life. She recalls some history about the church and also talks about founding Next to New Consignment.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[The Maggie Window]

[The Maggie Window]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Maggie Window located in St. David's Episcopal Church, created in 1876. The window was donated by James Hervey Raymond in memory of his wife's young niece. There is a decorative border around the window and three circles in the center.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church
[The Crown of Life Window]

[The Crown of Life Window]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Crown of Life Window located inside St. David's Episcopal Church, created in 1896. There are decorative patterns around the window, with the image of two angels holding a crown in the middle.
Contributing Partner: St. David’s Episcopal Church