Little Peoples' Lesson Pictures, Vol. 5, No. 3, Part 4, July 28, 1895

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A card featuring a color illustration of the Hebrews traveling to Canaan, with scriptural information on the back. The card is part of Little Peoples' Lesson Pictures, a subscription based, quarterly series for participating Sunday schools.

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1 card: col. ill. ; h x w cm.

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American Sunday-School Union July 28, 1895.

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Private Collection of the CC Cox Family

Edith Virginia Cox Cooper, born 1909, inherited the personal and business papers of her father, Charles Claiborne Cox, who founded the town of Splendora, Texas. In turn, Edith left the papers to her daughter, Nina Ruth Cooper, who recognized their importance as a piece of early Texas history, providing insight into the settlement of early Texas. With the help of her niece (Edith’s granddaughter), Connie Cooper Henderson, Nina arranged for their preservation.

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A card featuring a color illustration of the Hebrews traveling to Canaan, with scriptural information on the back. The card is part of Little Peoples' Lesson Pictures, a subscription based, quarterly series for participating Sunday schools.

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1 card: col. ill. ; h x w cm.

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American Sunday-School Union. Little Peoples' Lesson Pictures, Vol. 5, No. 3, Part 4, July 28, 1895, image, July 28, 1895; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1246841/: accessed May 29, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Private Collection of the CC Cox Family.