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Household Arts Building (1913)

Description: Several women near the steps of the Household Arts Building at Texas State College for Women. The three-story brick building has six columns with Ionian capitals. The Household Arts Building was the second largest instructional building erected on the campus of Texas Woman's University. The Legislature appropriated $75,000 for it, and the building was occupied with the opening of the 1913-14 school year. Additions, repairs and changes subsequently may have brought the total cost of the building to approximately $100,000. The building was the home of the Department of Home Economics.
Date: 1913~
Creator: Carruth Studio, Denton.

[TSCW Household Arts Building (2nd floor, south gallery)]

Description: Photograph of the Household Arts Building's second floor balcony near the south gallery. A few troughs with plants growing in them are visible. The balcony is lined with a metal guardrail. Columns with Ionian capitals support the building right outside the balcony. Other parts of the Texas State College for Women campus including the Science Building are visible in the background. The Household Arts Building was completed in 1913.
Date: 1913~
Creator: Carruth Studio, Denton.

Texas Methodist Historical Quarterly, Volume 2, Number 1, July 1910

Description: Issue of the Texas Methodist Historical Quarterly which contains articles discussing the association's activities, biographical sketches, and historical essays. Contents of this issue:"Bob Potter and Old Rose"; Letters from Bishop Waugh; Enoch Mather Martin; History of North Texas Conference; History of the Texas Conference; The Rio Grand Conference; Our Early Schools; Daniel Poe, of the Eastern Texas Conference; The Circuit Rider--Early Days in Texas; Mexican Missions at Home.
Date: July 1910
Creator: Cody, C. C.

Texas Methodist Historical Quarterly, Volume 2, Number 2, October 1910

Description: Issue of the Texas Methodist Historical Quarterly which contains articles discussing the association's activities, biographical sketches, and historical essays. Contents of this issue:History of the Texas Conference; Rev. William Monk; History of North Texas Conference; J. W. Addison; History of Northwest Texas Conference Resumed; Sketch of Rev. John W. Fields; Chauncey Richardson; The Texas Mission; The Old Pitts Family; Old Seguin Church.
Date: October 1910
Creator: Cody, C. C.

[Denton Traction Company Transfer Ticket]

Description: Transfer ticket for the Denton Traction Company, a system of streetcars. Instructions on the ticket say "Good only for continuous passage at transfer point - Northwest Corner of Public Square - on first connecting car after time and on date punched in margin."
Date: [..1918]
Creator: Denton Arts Council

Pilot Point Fire Department

Description: Pilot Point fire department with two fire trucks in front of the fire house. Pictured in the photo are: Speck Barton, Dr. Hawley, Bill Miller, Earl Selz, Halford Russell, J. D. Elder, Fred Hayden, Mark Wylie, Foutch (first name unknown), Byron Moffitt, Fred Wilson, Walter Wenckens, Hugh Dunn, and Leo Selz.
Date: 1915?
Creator: Eschenbaum

Peoples Home Telephone Company

Description: The Peoples Home Telephone Company Directory contains phone numbers and addresses of businesses and residents in Denton and the surrounding area. The directory also includes advertisements for local businesses. The Peoples Home Telephone Company compiled the directory on December 1, 1918.
Date: December 1, 1918
Creator: Peoples Home Telephone Company

[Postcard of People with Dogs]

Description: Postcard of two women and a man standing outside of a house with two dogs sitting in front of them. A handwritten note on the front of the postcard says: "Here is something to keep the crows away." A handwritten message on the back from Cora Stone to Miss Vonnie Moseley reads: "Your letter received and was glad to hear from you. Am sending you in today's mail the waist pattern, also my skirt pattern. All well except colds. Pa thinks of going to Carroe this week, if so will go to see you all. Will write later."
Date: December 5, 1910
Creator: Stone, Cora