[Photographs of Boerne Village Band at Börne Dedication]

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Four photographs of the Boerne Village Band playing at an event. The first photograph features the whole band, wearing traditional German dress, and playing instruments while sitting on chairs in front of a residential fence. The second photo features six of the men and a boy setting up their equipment and instruments. The third photo features three women (one of whom is not in traditional Germanic dress) and a man sitting down with their instruments. The two women in traditional dress are holding accordions. The fourth photo features a man in traditional dress in front of a fence, holding a ... continued below

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4 photographs : col. ; 10 x 15 cm. and smaller, on paper 35 x 22 cm.

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Creator: Unknown. June 11, 1995.

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Patrick Heath Public Library

In 1952, Boerne citizens created the Boerne Public Library. In 2011, the city added the Patrick Heath Public Library, which provides programming and cultural enrichment, local history archives, and stands as a community center.

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Four photographs of the Boerne Village Band playing at an event. The first photograph features the whole band, wearing traditional German dress, and playing instruments while sitting on chairs in front of a residential fence. The second photo features six of the men and a boy setting up their equipment and instruments. The third photo features three women (one of whom is not in traditional Germanic dress) and a man sitting down with their instruments. The two women in traditional dress are holding accordions. The fourth photo features a man in traditional dress in front of a fence, holding a brass instrument. The photos are attached to a piece of paper with handwritten notes on it, including one that reads, "Börne Dedication."

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4 photographs : col. ; 10 x 15 cm. and smaller, on paper 35 x 22 cm.

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Texas History Collection

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  • June 11, 1995

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[Photographs of Boerne Village Band at Börne Dedication], photograph, June 11, 1995; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth836012/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Patrick Heath Public Library.