Improvement in Cultivators.

Improvement in Cultivators.

Date: January 15, 1861
Creator: Alexander, J. T. D.
Description: Patent for the improvement of cultivators using adjustable blades and is adaptable to use different types of blades for a variety of other uses, including illustration.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
[1.00 Merchandise Token]

[1.00 Merchandise Token]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: One of a collection of 244 miscellaneous "Texas Trade Tokens." This coin is dual-colored (gold and silver) and says, "Good for 1.00 in Merchandise, Patd July 1899" on one side; on the other it has the text: "Thompson & Tucker Lumber Co., New Willard, Texas."
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Texas Long Leaf Lumber Company Token]

[Texas Long Leaf Lumber Company Token]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: One of a collection of 244 miscellaneous "Texas Trade Tokens." This coin is dual-colored (silver and gold) and says, "Good for 50 in Merchandise, Pat. Appld For." on one side; on the other it has the text: "Texas Long Leaf Lumber Company, New Willard, [Texas]."
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Thompson & Tucker Lumber Token]

[Thompson & Tucker Lumber Token]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: One of a collection of 244 miscellaneous "Texas Trade Tokens." This coin is dual-colored (gold and silver) and says, "Good for 50 in Merchandise, Pat. Appld For." on one side; on the other it has the text: "Thompson & Tucker Lumber Co., Texas."
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[1.00 Merchandise Token]

[1.00 Merchandise Token]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: One of a collection of 244 miscellaneous "Texas Trade Tokens." This coin is dual-colored (silver and gold) and says, "Good for 1.00 in Merchandise, Patd. July 1899" on one side; on the other it has the text: "Texas Long Leaf Lumber Company, New Willard, Texas."
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Buddy Temple Gives Speech at Wilson's Governor Day]

[Buddy Temple Gives Speech at Wilson's Governor Day]

Date: December 2, 1972
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of State representative Buddy Temple, friend of Charlie Wilson, speaking at Wilson's Governor for a Day ceremony at the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation in Polk County, Texas on December 2, 1972. Behind him are Charlie Wilson and his first wife Jerry, and Lufkin attorney Martin Dies. Judge John Hannah was also in attendance.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Charles Wilson Speaks to Alabama Coushatta Boys]

[Charles Wilson Speaks to Alabama Coushatta Boys]

Date: December 2, 1972
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Charlie Wilson standing among several Alabama-Coushatta Indian boys at his Governor for a Day ceremony on the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation in Polk County, Texas. December 2, 1972.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[John Hannah and Charles Wilson]

[John Hannah and Charles Wilson]

Date: December 2, 1972
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of State Representative John Hannah introducing Charlie Wilson, President Pro-Tem of the Texas Senate, as Governor of Texas for a day at the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation on December 2, 1972. State Representative Buddy Temple served as master of ceremonies and Judge Martin Dies Jr. swore Wilson into office. A reported 5,000 people were in attendance, including a complete National Guard unit that provided a 19-gun salute from 105mm howitzers. The mat is inscribed "To John, my trusted friend and guru, Charlie"
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Chief Batisse and Charles Wilson]

[Chief Batisse and Charles Wilson]

Date: December 1972
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of R.F. Batisse, Chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe in Texas, and Charles Wilson in December 1972 during the Governor for a Day celebrations.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Charles Wilson Governor for Day]

[Charles Wilson Governor for Day]

Date: December 2, 1972
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Charlie Wilson signing papers at his Governor for a Day ceremony on December 2, 1972 at the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation in Polk County, Texas. Chief R. F. Battise sits to Wilson's left.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
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