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[Drawing by Oscar Strobel]
A humorous drawing, with text, of a steer by artist Oscar Strobel.
[Drawing of Colonial Settlers]
Photographic reproduction of a drawing by Richard Petri of a group of men watching a man and a woman walk through a camp. The man is dressed in a military uniform and the woman appears to be Native American.
[Drawing of Man with Spear and Shield]
Photographic reproduction of a drawing by Richard Petri of a man (Native American) with a spear and a shield. The man is standing with one foot on a rock.
[Drawing of People on Horseback]
Photographic reproduction of a drawing by Richard Petri of three people (Native Americans) traveling by horseback. The man on the front horse is holding a spear and the woman on the back horse has her hand to her head. Sketches and studies are faintly visible on the right and left.
[Drawing of People on Horseback]
Photographic reproduction of a drawing by Richard Petri of three people (Native Americans) traveling by horseback. The man on the front horse is holding a spear and the woman on the back horse has her hand to her head.
[Drawing of Women Milking Cows]
Photographic reproduction of a drawing by Richard Petri of women milking cows. Other animals are also in the scene and a man is walking behind a fence.
[Illustration of People in a Ox-Drawn Wagon]
Photographic reproduction of an artwork by Richard Petri with five people in an ox-drawn carriage. Richard Petri is standing, Hermann Lungkwitz and his wife Elisabet Petri Lungkwitz are in the front seat, and Marie Petri and Theresia Lungkwitz are in the backseat.
[Original drawing from O. Henry's "Law and Order"]
Excerpt from O. Henry's "Law and Order" with original drawing by John Groth. Design and typography by William R. Holman. 1 of 200 printed on Hosho paper.
[Sketch by Elisabet Ney of a sculpture of Thomas Jefferson Rusk, with accompanying note]
Elisabet Ney's sketch of a sculpture of Thomas Jefferson Rusk, with an accompanying note.
Texas Military Institute
Photographic reproduction of a drawing by Hermann Lungwitz of the Texas Military Institute on a hill with trees.
[Unfinished Painting]
Photographic reproduction of an unfinished painting by Richard Petri of a group of men watching a man and a woman (Native American) walk through a camp. The man is dressed in a military uniform.
[A View of Fredericksburg, Texas]
Photographic reproduction of a landscape drawing by Hermann Lungwitz of a man looking over a landscape, with a forest between a field of cattle and a town. Note on the back reads. "Panoramic view of the City of Friederichsburg [sic] Texas presented to Texas State Archives by Ralph Bickler. Hermann Lungkwitz, grandfather (maternal) of Ralph Bickler. This was a pencil sketch made at the request of the Dresden Museum of Germany. It was made 1853-54-55 or 1856, the date is not known for sure. The museum made a litho plate (probably stone) and sent lithograph copies back to Friederichburg."