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 Decade: 1920-1929
German Pioneers in Texas; A Brief History of Their Hardships, Struggles and Achievements

German Pioneers in Texas; A Brief History of Their Hardships, Struggles and Achievements

Date: 1925
Creator: Biggers, Don Hampton
Description: Compiled for the Fredericksburger wochenblatt and Fredericksburg standard by Don H. Biggers.
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[T.O. Bancroft]

[T.O. Bancroft]

Date: 1925,
Creator: unknown
Description: Oval photograph of T.O. Bancroft, wearing a suit.
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W.T. Farley Clothing Stores Convention in Hotel Texas, Fort Worth, 1923

W.T. Farley Clothing Stores Convention in Hotel Texas, Fort Worth, 1923

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Southwestern States Managers Convention in the Hotel Texas in Ft. Worth in 1923. There is a large table-cloth covered table topped with fine dinnerware. Seated around the table and standing behind the table are several men and women dressed in identical cowboy hats and bandannas. The men are wearing suits and ties and the women are wearing dresses. The wall has large curtain-covered windows and the hanging from the ceiling are several chandeliers. Printed in the center of the photograph it reads, "Southwestern States Managers Convention of the W.T. Farley Clothing Stores. Hotel Texas, Fort Worth, Tex., Oct 9, 1923."
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Mexico and Central America.

Mexico and Central America.

Date: [1920]
Creator: London Geographical Institute.
Description: Map shows railways, submarine communications cables, and steamer route distances between various ports in the United States, Mexico, and Central America. Insets: "British Honduras" and "Continuation of Central America." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:6,310,000].
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Southwestern road map : 1929 official road map (showing roads radiating from El Paso, Texas with mileage between points).

Southwestern road map : 1929 official road map (showing roads radiating from El Paso, Texas with mileage between points).

Date: 1929
Creator: El Paso Auto Association
Description: Map shows lesser and major highways, cities and towns, and points of interest for the southwestern states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, northern Mexico, and the southern portions of California, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado; distances between cities. Includes legend [key to highways], distance tables, text, and advertisements; in lower right corner: Metcalf, El Paso logo. Scale not given.
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Distribution of population [Fort Worth, Texas].

Distribution of population [Fort Worth, Texas].

Date: [1926]
Creator: Harland Bartholomew & Associates.
Description: Map shows railroads, cemeteries, golf courses, parks, and "Negro Districts" in early twentieth century Fort Worth, Texas. No scale provided.
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Scurry County Texas

Scurry County Texas

Date: [between 1923 and 1933]
Creator: R. M. Metcalfe Co.
Description: Map shows railroads lines, township boundaries, block and tract numbers, and land ownership, primarily by the Houston & Texas Central Railroad Company, for Scurry County and portions of adjacent counties. Includes advertisements for Scurry County Abstract Company and Snyder National Bank. Scale not given.
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Map of Andrews County, Texas.

Map of Andrews County, Texas.

Date: [between 1925 and 1930]
Creator: Logan Map Company.
Description: Map shows land ownership, university and public school land, existing and proposed railroad lines in Andrews County, Texas during the early twentieth century. Includes note and listing of abstract companies in various Texas counties. Scale not given.
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Looking Down Upon Lake Worth

Looking Down Upon Lake Worth

Date: 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Map depicts Lake Worth, surrounding communities, and nearby businesses. Roads, buildings, islands, and roadway from Indian Oaks [later named Lake Worth Village] to Fort Worth is shown. Includes notes and illustrations. Scale not indicated.
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Texas.

Texas.

Date: [1928]
Creator: George F. Cram Company.
Description: Map shows early twentieth century Texas railroads, major cities, towns, counties. "Electric Lines" shown in red. Inset: [Map of the Texas Panhandle]. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:292,000].
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