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East Texas.

Description: This book was created to provide "authentic information concerning the natural and co-operative resources and opportunities offered by East Texas and her people" for the general public. It contains information about the "General Development in 1921-22, The Evolution of transportation and Fixing of Lower Rate Levels, The Marketing Problem Nearing Solution, Organization, Concentration and Standardization of Quality; Pack and Grade, Co-Operative Work of A. & M. College Department of Extension Service; State Agricultural Department; Markets and Warehouses Department; [and the] Chamber of Commerce in East Texas" (p. 1).
Date: 1923
Creator: East Texas Chamber of Commerce.
Item Type: Book
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Photograph of 1952 College Station City Council]

Description: Photograph of 1952 city of College Station, Texas City Council meeting. The back contains handwritten text as follows: "_____. Bill Fitch, Marion Pugh, Joe Sorrels, Ernest Langford, Howard Badgett,Harry Boyer, N. M. McGinnis, Ran Boswell" Individual not named in obverse text is identified as J. Wheeler Barger. At time of photograph, Earnest Langford was Mayor and Ran Boswell was City Manager.
Date: 1952
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: City of College Station

[Photograph of WTAW radio interview of Joe Boyd]

Description: Photograph of 1939 interview of 1939 All-American tackle. The back contains handwritten text as follows: "Eugene C. Oates, Battalion Sports Editor interview Joe Boyd in 1939 when Joe was announced as All-America tackle Station WTAW on 2nd floor YMCA Bldg probably Dec 1939"
Date: 1939
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: City of College Station

[Postcard of Street Scene in Byran]

Description: Postcard of a two story house with fenced front porch and sparse yard, described as "Street Scene, Bryan, Tex." The letter on the back is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin McFaddin Ave. Beaumont, Texas."
Date: August 13, 1911
Item Type: Postcard
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum