The Southwestern Land Co. in the Rio Grande Valley

The Southwestern Land Co. in the Rio Grande Valley

Date: August 27, 1923
Creator: Ziebel Studio
Description: Excursion party posing in front of Charles Volz's home
Contributing Partner: The University of Texas-Pan American
Heritage, Volume 18, Number 02, Spring 2000

Heritage, Volume 18, Number 02, Spring 2000

Date: 2000
Creator: Texas Historical Foundation
Description: Quarterly publication containing articles related to the preservation of historic artifacts and sites in Texas. Feature articles discuss various aspects of Texas history and heritage, often highlighting museums and collections within the state. Also included are book reviews, current preservation news, and a listing of historical museums in Texas.
Contributing Partner: Texas Historical Foundation
[Photograph of a Mexican Hut]

[Photograph of a Mexican Hut]

Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Photograph of a small hut with a thatched roof in Mexico, with two military men and a Mexican family with small children standing near the hut.
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
[Photograph of Company A of the 23rd NY Regiment National Guard]

[Photograph of Company A of the 23rd NY Regiment National Guard]

Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Photograph of Company A of the 23rd regiment of the NY National Guard marching down a dirt road holding rifles, with a mule in the foreground.
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
[Photograph of a Mexican Saloon]

[Photograph of a Mexican Saloon]

Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Photograph of a Mexican saloon with a large group of horses, wagons, and people in front of it. A sign above the saloon says "La Estrella, Guerra & Co, Comerciantes."
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
[Photograph of McAllen-Pharr Road]

[Photograph of McAllen-Pharr Road]

Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Photograph of the road connecting McAllen and Pharr, Texas, a dirt road lined with plants and telephone poles.
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
[Photograph of a Car in a River]

[Photograph of a Car in a River]

Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Photograph of a bull hitched to a rope pulling a car out of a river, with several men standing around the bull and one man sitting in the car.
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
[Postcard of the 23rd Infantry Baseball Team, 1916]

[Postcard of the 23rd Infantry Baseball Team, 1916]

Date: 1916
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Postcard of the 23rd Infantry baseball team, a group of ten men who won the Texas Championship in 1916. The men's last names are listed on the back of the postcard, but are mostly illegible.
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
[Scrapbook Page: Military Camp]

[Scrapbook Page: Military Camp]

Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Photographs of a military camp. The top left photo is of a cot inspection at the camp, with rows of cots between rows of tents and men walking among the rows. The top right photo is of a wooden screened building with a row of tents behind it, and a handwritten note: "I Co. Street." The bottom left photo is of a group of men in military uniforms standing in front of the wooden building of the guard house. The bottom right photo is of a group of men standing in lines at a distance with an American flag in the foreground, and a handwritten note that says "Guard Mount."
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
[Scrapbook Page: Pharr, Texas Scenes]

[Scrapbook Page: Pharr, Texas Scenes]

Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Description: Photographs of Pharr, Texas. The top left photo is of buildings in the distance. The top right photo is of The Shamrock Bar and Pharr Lunch Room building, with a sign on the side that says "Life Saving Station" and people sitting on the front porch. The middle photo is of a Gulf Coast Railroad train engine with a number 91 on it. The bottom left photo is of a building with a post office, Cage's Newsitorium, and Cage's Cigar Palace and Candies, with cars parked outside. The bottom right photo is of the Pharr train station with men standing around a wagon near stacks of boxes.
Contributing Partner: Museum of South Texas History
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