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[Turkish style chair with tassled fringe]

Description: Chair, Turkish style. Green velvet upholstery, cut velvet floral trim; placed vertically on outer sides; green fringe around legs; overstuffed with wire frame and walnut legs. American c. 1880 Old Object Term: Turkish-style chairs
Date: 1880~
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Gold velvet dining chair]

Description: Chairs, side, Eastlake. Hall chair with gold-beige velvet upholstery; braid trim; Walnut; capstan round front legs, back legs square plain. American c. 1885 Old Object Term: Chair, Hall Pair
Date: 1885~
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Daguerreotype of Henry Jones]

Description: Daguerreotype of Henry Jones. He is wearing a dark jacket with a lighter colored jacket underneath. Also, he is wearing a light colored vest, white collared shirt and a dark tie. He has a full beard and his glasses are pushed up onto his forehead. Enclosed in a gold toned frame.
Date: 1840/1861
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Medal - Key hanging from ribbon]

Description: Medal. Two pieces. Key hanging from ribbon. All metal. "TCRA TWENTY SIXTH ANNUAL CONVENTION KEY TO CITY EL PASO 1902" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Date: 1902
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Metal key hangs from chain]

Description: Metal key, hangs from chain. Reads "KEY TO THE MONEY SITUATION K.C. MO. SHIP YOUR LIVE STOCK" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Medal - Key hanging from ribbon]

Description: Medal. Two pieces. Key hanging from ribbon. All metal. "TCRA TWENTY SIXTH ANNUAL CONVENTION KEY TO CITY EL PASO 1902" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Date: 1902
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Chair, Windsor, tall back]

Description: Windsor chair, tall back. The legs of the chair have been carved. A cream, floral-print cushion with fringe is tied to the seat of the chair.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park