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Austin Star String Band
Photographic collage of the Austin All Star String band with six images of band members. Starting from the top, the first violinist is Charles Sterzing, the cornetist is A. D. Preuss, the violist is Charles W. Ohrndorf, the cellist is Henry Bastian, the clarinetist is Charles Thiele, and the second violinist is Oscar Neumann. Text on the image also notes that the band was formed June 1, 1871 and H. A. Klotz was the teacher.
[Portrait of C. P. E. Kellner]
Photograph of a man, who is standing, wearing a suit, and leaning on a table. Bow-tie is hand-tinted blue and cheeks are rosy. Inscribed on the back to Max Lungkwitz.
A Giant Cypress
Stereographic photographs of a large cypress tree. There are other trees in the background
Dead Man's Hole
Stereographic photographs of trees on a bank of the Pedernales river.
The Giants Pulpit, near Mable Falls
Stereographic photographs of large rocks with trees in the background.
[A Landscape With Trees]
Stereographic photographs of a hill with a lot of trees. Two men are standing on the hill among the plants.
[A View of the Comal River]
Stereographic photographs of the Comal river with a forest on one bank.
Cypress Grove at Dead Man's Hole
Stereographic photographs of a forest of trees along the Pedernales River.
[Portrait of Edmond Bellinger]
Photograph of Edmond Bellinger, who is only visible from the torso up and wearing a suit.
[A Group of Hunters Wait in Camp]
Stereographic photographs of a camp of buffalo hunters in Jones County. There is a tent held up by a log, with a covered wagon in the background.
[Portrait of Hermann Lungkwitz]
Photograph of Hermann Lungkiwtz, who is only visible from the chest up and is wearing a suit.
[Portrait of Jacob Bickler]
Photograph of Jacob Bickler as a young man, who is only visible from the chest up and is wearing a suit.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man, who is standing, wearing a suit, and only visible from the waist up.
[Portrait of a Boy]
Photograph of a young boy, who is wearing a suit and only visible from the chest up.
[A View of the Comal River]
Stereographic photographs of the Comal River. Trees are along the far bank.
[Portrait of a Boy]
Photograph of a boy, who is sitting in an armchair, wearing a suit, and only visible from the knees up.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man, who is wearing a suit and only visible from the chest up.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man, who is standing and wearing a suit. He is leaning on a table.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man who is only visible from the chest up and wearing a suit.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man, who is sitting and wearing a farm.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man, who is sitting and wearing a suit.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man, who is wearing a suit.
[Portrait of a Man]
Photograph of a man, who is wearing a suit and only visible from the chest up.
[Portrait of a Woman]
Photograph of a woman, who is sitting, wearing a dress, and only visible from the chest up.
[Portrait of Jennie Bickler]
Photograph of Jennie Bickler as a young girl, is sitting in a small armchair and wearing a dress.
[G. R. Goldbecks]
Photograph of a G. R. Goldbecks, who is sitting and wearing a suit. Inscribed on the back to Max Lungkwitz.
[J. G. Lieb]
Photograph of J. G. Lieb, who is sitting and only his torso and up is visible.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Lucadia Pease]
The sixth in a series of eleven letters to Lucadia Pease from E.M. Pease—in them he discusses, among other things, yellow-fever and typhoid epidemics.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Lucadia Pease]
The fifth in a series of eleven letters to Lucadia Pease from E.M. Pease—in them he discusses, among other things, yellow-fever and typhoid epidemics.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to President Rutherford B. Hayes]
A draft of a letter from E.M. Pease to President Rutherford B. Hayes.
[Correspondence to Beriah Graham from Texas Governor Edmund J. Davis]
A letter to Beriah Graham from Texas Governor Edmund J. Davis, who asks Graham to attend a conference regarding "the Indians on our frontier."
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Lucadia Pease]
The eighth in a series of eleven letters to Lucadia Pease from E.M. Pease—in them he discusses, among other things, yellow-fever and typhoid epidemics.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Lucadia Pease]
The eleventh in a series of eleven letters to Lucadia Pease from E.M. Pease—in them he discusses, among other things, yellow-fever and typhoid epidemics.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Lucadia Pease]
The tenth in a series of eleven letters to Lucadia Pease from E.M. Pease—in them he discusses, among other things, yellow-fever and typhoid epidemics.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Lucadia Pease]
The ninth in a series of eleven letters to Lucadia Pease from E.M. Pease—in them he discusses, among other things, yellow-fever and typhoid epidemics.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Lucadia Pease]
The seventh in a series of eleven letters to Lucadia Pease from E.M. Pease—in them he discusses, among other things, yellow-fever and typhoid epidemics.
[Correspondence from E.M. Pease to Julia Maria Pease, his daughter]
A letter from E.M. Pease to his daughter Julia Maria Pease—among other things, he discusses “the extravagance in dress that now prevails.” Includes typewritten transcription of the letter.
[San Antonio River, San Antonio]
Photograph of a small, wooden dam in the San Antonio, River. A log in the dam says, "Spanish Oil."
[John Caldwell]
Photograph of John Caldwell. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says, "Uncle John." Carte-de-visite format.
Colorado River, Texas near Marble Falls
Photograph of a river and the surrounding landscape near Marble Falls. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says, "Colorado River, Texas - 1879, near Marble Falls, below the falls."
[Marble Falls]
Photograph of the town of Marble Falls. Dirt roads criss-cross into the town. There are two circles of buildings in the distance, with people and horses standing in the dirt roads. A handwritten note on the back says, "Marble Falls, Texas 1879, Bank Saloon, Granite [Mountain?]"
[Tree in a Boulder]
Photograph of a tree growing through a boulder, with the boulder cracked midway. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says, "Tree splits a granite boulder near Marble Falls, TX, Llano County 1879."
[Marble Falls]
Photograph of a river at Marble Falls, Texas. The water is flowing down layers of flat rock. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says, "Marble Falls, Texas 1879, Granite Shoals, Looking North [illegible]."
[Andrew Jackson Sowell, Texas Ranger]
Photograph of Andrew Jackson Sowell, a Texas Ranger, holding a rifle by the barrel in his right hand, and a knife in his left. Portrait was taken in a studio with a painted background depicting a landscape. Cabinet card format.
A Topographical Map of the City of Austin
Photograph of a topographical map of the City of Austin published by P. De Cordova, Texas Land Agency. Original map drawn in May of 1872.
[View of Austin, 1871]
Photograph of Austin in 1871.
[Train at platform]
Photograph of a train at a platform. A man stands near it. Smoke billows from the smokestack. No other passengers are visible. Houses are visible on the left parallel to the rail line.
[Front exterior of Governor's Mansion]
Photograph of Texas Governor's Mansion front and south elevation, unpainted brick, with fence and grounds. The upper balcony is not connected to the columns. Built by Abner Cook in 1855 and continuously occupied since 1856. The occupant here in 1870 is Governor Edmund J. Davis. The mansion was declared a Texas historical landmark in 1962 and a National historic landmark in 1970.
[Governor's Mansion view from the old Capitol building]
Photograph of the Texas Governor's Mansion from the site of the old Capitol building looking at the West and north elevations of the Governor's Manstion, grounds, street, barn and picket fence. The mansion was built by Abner Cook in 1855 and was continuously occupied since 1856. The occupant here in 1874 was Governor Richard Coke. The mansion was declared a Texas historical landmark in 1962 and a national historic landmark in 1970.
[Pecan Street (6th Street) Before Driskill Hotel]
Photograph of Pecan Street (6th Street) looking east from Colorado circa 1879, taken before the Driskill Hotel was built. Hamilton Biscoe Hillyer's gallery is in the photograph.