[Transcript of Letter from Charles B. Moore to Henry S. Moore, November 18, 1857]

[Transcript of Letter from Charles B. Moore to Henry S. Moore, November 18, 1857]

Date: November 18, 1857
Creator: unknown
Description: Transcript of a letter from Charles B. Moore to Henry S. Moore discussing his work at the mill in Texas, attempts to sell a house and lots and a buggy, a recent trip to Paris, his latest business dealings, and the wildlife around the mill. Page three of the transcript is missing.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Letter from Birdie McGee to Mary and Charles B. Moore]

[Letter from Birdie McGee to Mary and Charles B. Moore]

Date: 18
Creator: McGee, Birdie
Description: Letter from Birdie McGee to Charles and Mary Moore in which Birdie gave a report on the activities of her family, her sales of butter, and the weather.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Letter from Charles B. Moore to Henry S. Moore, November 18, 1857]

[Letter from Charles B. Moore to Henry S. Moore, November 18, 1857]

Date: November 18, 1857
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
Description: Letter from Charles B. Moore to Henry S. Moore discussing his work at the mill in Texas, attempts to sell a house and lots and a buggy, a recent trip to Paris, his latest business dealings, and the wildlife around the mill.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Letter from Birdie McGee to Linnet Moore, December 8, 1892]

[Letter from Birdie McGee to Linnet Moore, December 8, 1892]

Date: December 8, 1892
Creator: McGee, Birdie
Description: Letter to Linnet Moore in which the writer, Birdie McGee, states that everyone is well. Her school is out because the teacher's mother is so ill that school was dismissed entirely. She has since heard that the mother died. She has started a quilt. She thinks Clemmie Albright looks better in a corset and wants one too.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Letter from Laura Jernigan to Charles and Mary Moore, November 30, 1896]

[Letter from Laura Jernigan to Charles and Mary Moore, November 30, 1896]

Date: November 30, 1896
Creator: Jernigan, Laura
Description: Letter from Laura Jernigan to Charles and Mary Moore in which she informs them that Linnet is doing well in school with Lizzie Jernigan. She states that Jack is serving on the grand jury again. She updates them on the weather and family and friends. She also writes about soap making. It looks like one sheet of paper is missing from the letter.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
Hogs

Hogs

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of hogs feeding. There are two images, the one of the left is of a single hog by a wired fence. The second image is of three hogs crowded together eating, while a man stands in the background wearing slacks with a shirt and a hat. "It Pays to Raise Only the Best Hogs." is written on the bottom of the picture.
Contributing Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
John S. Clack Ranch

John S. Clack Ranch

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of the John S. Clack Ranch showing a wilderness area with trees and hills and three hogs retreating.
Contributing Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
Hogs

Hogs

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of hogs feeding. There are two images, the one of the left is of a single hog by a wired fence. The second image is of three hogs crowded together eating, while a man stands in the background wearing slacks with a shirt and a hat. "It Pays to Raise Only the Best Hogs." is written on the bottom of the picture.
Contributing Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
[Men butchering hog strung up on a wagon]

[Men butchering hog strung up on a wagon]

Date: 1949~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Pat Osuna butchering a hog strung up on a wagon at the Dunlop Place.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Men hog butchering on wooden wagon]

[Men hog butchering on wooden wagon]

Date: 1949~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Pat Osuna (right) butchering a hog at the Dunlop Place. The Osunas were sharecroppers who worked the Dunlop property.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
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