Map of Mason County.

Map of Mason County.

Date: 1859
Creator: unknown
Description: Cadastral map of Mason County, Texas, showing land property lines, ownership, land grants, and plat numbers. The map also includes towns, roads, rivers, and creeks. No scale indicated.
Contributing Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
Mason County

Mason County

Date: 1921
Creator: Giles, J. Bascom & Hedick, J. D.
Description: Blue line print of survey map of Mason County, Texas, showing rivers, creeks, original land grants or surveys, cities, and towns. Handwritten notes have been made on the published map in pencil and appear to denote the addition of tributaries off of Llano River. Scale [ca. 1:190,476] (5000 varas to 7/8 of an inch).
Contributing Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
[Portrait of Four Boys]

[Portrait of Four Boys]

Date: unknown
Creator: N. Ankenman
Description: Portrait of four unidentified boys of different ages. All four are wearing suits. The oldest boy is seated, and the other three are standing behind him. The photograph is matted, and "N. Ankenman, Mason, Texas" is printed at the bottom.
Contributing Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society
[Capitol Marble & Granite Company Inc. Quarry]

[Capitol Marble & Granite Company Inc. Quarry]

Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of a Capitol Marble & Granite Company Inc. quarry in Mason County, Texas. A sign stands in front of a gate, through which a dirt road passes by piles of rocks and a radio tower.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
[Roadsign for Mason County, Texas]

[Roadsign for Mason County, Texas]

Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of a sign that states "Welcome to Mason County." The sign is standing inside of a barbed wire fence to the right of a road. A pickup truck moves down the road.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
[Industrial Buildings and Equipment of Mason Feeders Inc]

[Industrial Buildings and Equipment of Mason Feeders Inc]

Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of industrial buildings and equipment behind two rows of barbed wire fences. A long tank printed with the words "Mason Feeders, Inc" is fenced off to the right. A crane rises above this tank and toward the main building, which is topped with chutes and a silo.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
[View of Mason Feeders Inc Building from Animal Pens]

[View of Mason Feeders Inc Building from Animal Pens]

Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of the Mason Feeders Inc. building as seen from an animal pen. The building is comprised of chutes and silos and is currently emitting a wisp of smoke.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
[Mason Feeders Inc Building and Equipment]

[Mason Feeders Inc Building and Equipment]

Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of Mason Feeders Inc buildings and equipment. A sign and mailbox for Mason Feeders Inc stands at the lower left of the photo. Above it, a long tank with the company's name sits in a fence. Crumpled metal is visible behind it. To the right, a pickup truck is parked near a crane and piles of earth. To the upper right stands a building comprised of several silos and chutes.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
[Pigs in Pens Near Feeders]

[Pigs in Pens Near Feeders]

Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of pigs running through rows of parallel pens towards cylindrical feeders.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
[Mason Feeders Inc Building and Equipment]

[Mason Feeders Inc Building and Equipment]

Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of Mason Feeders Inc buildings and equipment. A sign and mailbox for Mason Feeders Inc stands at the lower left of the photo. Above it, a long tank with the company's name sits in a fence. Crumpled metal is visible behind it. To the right, a pickup truck is parked near a crane and piles of earth. To the upper right stands a building comprised of several silos and chutes.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
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