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Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and James F. Cherry Meet in the Pacific During WWII

Description: Photograph of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and James F. Cherry meeting in the Pacific during WWII. Admiral Nimitz was a Kerrville native and former Tivy school student, James F. Cherry was from San Antonio but attended Schreiner Institute before joining the U. S. Navy and serving in WWII. Text on back of photograph addressed to Harriet Garrett; "To Harriet Garrett from Chester W. Nimitz (to Hattie from Chester) (in the Pacific). Courtesy of James Cherry (Sept. 1, 1943)"
Date: September 1, 1943
Creator: James F. Cherry
Partner: Schreiner University

[Family attending church event]

Description: Photograph of a young couple who attended the Westminster Presbyterian Church one hundred year marker event. The husband holds a young child in his arms. The mother is holding the hand of the child. Visible in the background of the image is a piano, a door and a window.
Date: March 1, 1980
Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library

Full Text of the Game, Fish and Fur Laws of Texas with citations of Park Laws, 1965

Description: This book includes the full text of Texas laws (current at the time of publication) that are related to game, fish, and fur laws or to state park laws. There are eight sections: Game Laws; Fresh Water Fishing; Salt Water and Commercial Fishing; Fur-bearing Animals; Sand, Shell and Gravel; Pollution Laws; Commission--Powers, Duties; and Regulatory Responsibility. The preface includes information about citations used in the text. Indexes to wildlife statues, subjects, and park statutes start on page 501.
Date: September 1, 1965
Creator: Texas. Parks and Wildlife Department.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[One hundred year church marker]

Description: Photograph of the Westminster Presbyterian Church one hundred year marker as it appeared under a veil prior to the dedication ceremony. A United States flag held by an honor guard appears to the right of the marker. A group of men and women are shown standing next to the marker waiting for the unveiling.
Date: March 1, 1980
Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library

[One hundred year church marker event]

Description: A photograph of a church member providing historical information to a television media crew about Westminster Presbyterian Church. Two men stand to the right of the historic marker with a cameraman in front filming them and a news reporter with a microfilm standing directly behind the cameraman.
Date: March 1, 1980
Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library