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Description: Portrait of a woman with short dark hair wearing a lace dress. A handwritten note on the back of the photo offers more details about the woman: "The first Mrs. W. L. Foreman. W. L. Foreman and his three wives are buried in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery in Denton. Mr. Foreman at one time (before 1900) worked in the Garrison and Kimmins Drug Store."
Creator: Jones, J. T.
Description: Portrait of Lloyd O'dell as a baby, sitting in a wicker chair. A handwritten note on the back of the photo offers more details on him: "Son of Dr. and Mrs. O'dell. The latter was a sister of Mrs. Nichols, living, at past 90, on Carroll St., Denton, Texas. Lloyd O'dell died in Ark. some years ago and was buried in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery in Denton."
Creator: Williams Art Co.
Description: Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith dressed as "Miss Kite," the painted lady, in "The Passing of the Third Floor Back" by Jerome K, which was performed at the College of Industrial Arts, where Smith was the Director of Music and Expression in 1905.
Description: Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith dressed as "Miss Kite," the painted lady, in 'The Passing of the Third Floor Back" by Jerome K, which was performed at the College of Industrial Arts, where Smith was the Director of Music and Expression in 1905.
Description: Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith dressed as Rosalind in "The Forest of Arden," reading a piece of paper held in her hands.
Description: Portrait of Nancy Jo "Nannie Joe" Minnis as a young girl, wearing a white ruffled dress and sitting in a wicker chair. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Minnis, and died of pneumonia at the age of 15 in 1912.
Creator: Shaw & Hargrove
Description: Post card containing letter from Bettie to Miss Hallie Thurman of Denton, Texas. The post card was processed in Ft. Worth, Texas on April 2, 1909. The front of the post card contains a photograph of a house with wood siding and a porch with columns. A brick chimney is visible on the rear of the house.
Date: c. 1909-04-02
Description: Postcard of a river with several people in white dresses and bonnets standing along the shore, and more standing on a raft in the river. A printed note on the front of the postcard identifies it as "Blue Hole" in Denton, Texas. The handwritten note on the back of the postcard, sent from Roanoke, Texas and addressed to Miss Amy A. Allen in Manhattan, Kansas, says, "I had Jessie's letter sealed when yours came with the money order. Many thanks for the same. Baby isn't feeling well today but nothing serious I guess. Marian is not very strong yet. Hoping to see you soon."
Date: February 3, 1908
Description: Postcard of First Christian Church in Tyler, Texas and its pastor, J. J. Lockhart, addressed to Eld. M. A. Smith. A handwritten message on the front of the postcard says: "This man performed the marriage ceremony for Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Smith."
Description: Souvenir program for a convention of the Second District of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, including a list of the district's cities, list of events for each session, and a list of the clubs belonging to the district.
Creator: Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. Second District.
Item Type: Text
Description: Group portrait of ten men in suits. Four men are identified as Sidney, T. Carroll (bottom row, middle), Monroe Davenport (bottom row, far right), Emory B. Peter (top row, 4th from left), Frank Erwin Piner (top row, fifth from left); the other six men are unidentified.