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Colquitt Spoon
Actual spoon belonging to Alice M. Colquitt, wife of Robert K. Colquitt. They had a large ranch in Presidio County. "A.M. Colquitt" is engraved on the back of the handle. 1847 Roger Bros. 12 stamped on the back of the handle as well.
Leap Year Dance Nineteen And Twelve
Dance card for "Leap Year Dance Nineteen and Twelve." The inner pages list different types of dances, such as waltz, two-step and three-step. The dances repeat and there are 25 total dances. A handwritten name is on the line next to each dance. There is a small pencil attached to the pamphlet.
Leap Year Dance Nineteen And Twelve
Dance card for "Leap Year Dance Nineteen and Twelve." The inner pages list different types of dances, such as waltz, two-step and three-step. The dances repeat and there are 25 total dances. A handwritten name is on the line next to each dance. There is a small pencil attached to the pamphlet.
Two Flower Quilt Squares
Example of two "Flower" quilt squares made by Angelita M. Campos. One is made of red velvet and a white polyester fabric with a crepe texture. The other is a purple polyester print and a light blue paisley polyester print fabric.
[Wooden Cross]
This cross is wooden and a generic shape except that the base widens to 4 cm from 1 cm at the top. One side has a dark line in the natural pattern of the wood. The accompanying card has a printed note, "This cross hand carved of oak from the original cowboy's hitching post or mens prayer tree, Bloy's Cowboy Camp Meeting" and has a handwritten note on the back: "8-18-68. Carved by John Wilson, Pyote, Texas 79777."