Pin with ribbon. Top "TEXAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION" Ribbon "SAN ANTONIO MAY 7 - 8 - 9 1912" Bottom in handwriting "J. H. Davis, J.H.P. Davis & Co., Richmond, Texas" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, banker
Three tiered pin that is connected by small chains. The top rectangular pin states "Executive Committee". Second tier is circular with an image of the Alamo in center. Underneath it states: "35TH ANNUAL CONVENTION MARCH 21-23, 1911 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS". Third tier is a blue star with a white circle on top that states: "CATTLE RAISERS ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Three tiered pin connected by small chains. Top tier has the head of a bull with a rectangular plaque underneath that states: "EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE". Second tier states: "SAN ANTONIO MAR. 9-10-11 1915". Third tier is a star with a circle on top. It states: "TEXAS CATTLE RAISERS ASSOCIATION". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Two tiered pin. Top pin is a semi-circle with image of Alamo in center. Underneath on rectangle, it states: "35th ANNUAL CONVENTION MARCH 21-23, 1911 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Two tiered pin connected with small chains. Top tier is a circle atop a pair of wings. Lettering states: "TRANS-MISSISSIPPI COMMERCIAL CONGRESS". Second tier has an image of a woman sitting with left hand extended upward holding a torch and right hand holding a corn stalk. Lettering on either side states: "NOV 1910 SAN ANTONIO, TEX." Old Object Term: Commemorative pin
Photograph of a woman sitting in an automobile as three people stand nearby. The woman, sitting in the driver's seat, is wearing a white blouse. Woman standing nearest car door is wearing a dark colored ankle length dress. Man standing in center is wearing a dark three piece suit. Man on far right, who is standing with his hands on his hips, is wearing knee high boots, pants, and jacket (may be a military outfit). The dirt road is to the right of the photo; wooden buildings with bare trees beside them in right and left background. Writing in black ink: "San Antonio Texas March 10 1918." Stamped on back in black "20".