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Die Tochter Tehuan's: oder Texas im vorigen Jahrhundert.

Description: This German text is a work of fiction that paints a historical picture of life in Spanish Texas. The protagonist is a young Spanish immigrant, Don Hesu Navarro, who befriends Tehuan and his family. The action is centered around the San Jose Mission in San Antonio.
Date: 1866
Creator: Hoermann, Alto S. (Alto Sebastian), 1829-1867
Item Type: Book
Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio

Frederiksen Family Portrait

Description: Studio portrait photograph of the Frederiksen family in front of a blank backdrop. An ornate table has been added on the right, on which one of the children sits. The man on the far right has been identified as Andrew C. Frederiksen. His first wife, Karen Marie Tarina Frederiksen, stands on the left with her right hand around the shoulder of Thora Marie Jorgine 'Doris" Frederiksen, her daughter. Her second daughter, a slightly older girl sitting in a small chair between her parents, has been identified as Olivia E. Frederiksen. Lastly, their son, Auderman Frederiksen, stands in the back with his left arm resting on his father's shoulder. There is a hand-written note on the back of the photograph but it cannot be read with certainty.
Date: 1869/1950
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Photograph of the Hill Country Antiques Building]

Description: Negative of the Hill Country Antiques in Fredricksburg, TX. The store has two American flags in front of the building. The store windows have papers hung in them and various items on display.
Date: 1869
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of the Hill Country Antiques Building]

Description: Photograph of the Hill Country Antiques in Fredricksburg, TX. The store has two American flags in front of the building. The store windows have papers hung in them and various items on display. On the back is the name of the store and address.
Date: 1869
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society