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Painting of Charles S. Goodnight

Description: Photograph of a painting of Charles S. Goodnight, famed pioneer rancher of the Texas panhandle.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

[Sorghum plant diagram]

Description: Diagram of a Sorghum plant. There are three drawings on the diagram.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

Gulf Coast Tick

Description: Photograph of a drawing of a gulf coast tick. Below the tick are the words, "GULF COAST TICK, Amblyomma maculatum".
Date: unknown
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

Painting of Early Fort Worth by Miranda Leonard, 1873

Description: Painting of an aerial view of Fort Worth in 1873. The painting depicts a town square with an American-flag topped courthouse in the center. Surrounding the courthouse are several buildings, some with fences. Throughout the painting are people, buggies, covered wagons and trees. On the right side of the frame is a sloping hill.
Date: 1873
Creator: Miranda Leonard
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Cartoon of Costumed Apes in an Office

Description: Illustration of apes dressed in 19th-century clothing inside an office or courtroom. There are eleven apes total, ten males and one female.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Youth Group Flyer "Temple Teens Interfaith Program." Dec. 1959]

Description: Youth group flyer of the Beth-El Congregation Temple Teens Interfaith Program. "Temple Teens Interfaith Program Sunday Dec. 13th Supper Promptly Served at 6:15 Social-Meeting Youth Group of First Unitarian Church Will Join Us All Temple High School Youth Coming to Shabbos Services Friday, December 18th. "`
Date: unknown
Partner: Beth-El Congregation Archives

Painting of the First Rabbi of Beth-El Congregation, Rabbi Solomon Philo

Description: Painting of the first rabbi of Beth-El Congregation, Rabbi Solomon Philo (1842-1923). Hired on probation for $100 a month, he served the congregation for its first four months, from September through December of 1902. In the painting, he is a bearded man with white hair and waxed mustache studying from a book on a table in front of him. He wears a dark suit with a bow tie and black skull cap. There are two rings on his fingers and he is leaning on the table.
Date: unknown
Partner: Beth-El Congregation Archives