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Annual Reports, City of Dallas: 1900-1901
Report on various aspects of the city of Dallas, Texas describing activities, funding, and other information for fiscal year 1900-1901, including an overall report from the mayor as well as departmental reports from city officials.
[Boat on Trinity River Flood Waters]
Photograph of a boat on Trinity River flood waters. Handwritten note on back: "May 1908 flood waters ship crossing between Dallas and Oak Cliff."
Charter of the City of Dallas
Official copy of the text of Senate Bill 316, titled "An act to grant a new charter to the City of Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; repealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith, and declaring an emergency." It includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the Texas Secretary of State.
[Dallas Park Board Minutes, Book 7]
Minutes for the Dallas Park Board containing a record of the group's discussions, decisions, and other business. Also contains indexes.
[Flood Water in Turtle Creek Pumping Station]
Photograph of flood water inside Turtle Creek Pumping Station. Handwritten note on back: "1908 flood waters in old Turtle Creek Pumping Station water seceding."
[Flood Waters at Train Crossing at Turtle Creek]
Photograph of Trinity River flood waters. Handwritten note on back: "May 1908 flood waters M.K. + T. train crossing at Turtle Creek; Cotton belt trestle in back ground."
[Flood Waters, Katy Crossing at Turtle Creek]
Matted photograph of flood waters at the Katy [Railroad] crossing at Turtle Creek.
[Men Filling Sand Bags]
Photograph of several men filling sand bags. Trucks are parked on a dirt road. A handwritten note on back states: "Filling sand bags to use in protecting Fish Trap Road lake Dallas."
[T&P Bridge and Flood Waters]
Photograph of the T&P bridge and surrounding flood waters. In the photograph, a boat is visible floating behind a tree. Handwritten note on reverse: "May 1908 flood waters T&P Bridge remains standing tracks washed out."
(Site of Turtle Creek Pumping Station)
Matted photograph of flood Waters at Oak Lawn and Alamo, the site of the Turtle Creek Pumping Station.
[Site of Turtle Creek Pumping Station]
Photograph of flood Waters at Oak Lawn and Alamo, the site of Turtle Creek Pumping Station.
[Train Crossing Turtle Creek Through Flood Waters]
Photograph of the M. K. & T. train in Trinity River flood waters. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "M K & T crossing Turtle Creek through flood waters May 1908 Cotton Belt Train in back ground."
[Train In Flood Waters]
Photograph of the Trinity River flood waters. In the photograph, a train is surrounded by water.
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]
Photograph of Trinity River flood waters as seen from a train track. Beyond the train tracks, which appear on the left, are flood waters and trees. The photograph is inside a decorative black matte.
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]
Photograph of five figures walking on a train track with Trinity River flood waters in the background. A handwritten note on back of the photograph reads: "May 1908 flood Union Station at site of present structure."
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Train Track]
Photograph of Trinity River flood waters from a train track near Alamo Street. Trees are visible in the background, behind the flooding.
[Trinity River Flood Waters From Turtle Creek]
Photograph of the Trinity River flood waters. The photograph is inside a black matte. Poles are jutting out of the water. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Flood waters May 1908 M. K. + T. tracks and Alamo Street at Turtle Creek looking from Oak Lawn Ave towards the city."
[Turtle Creek Pumping Station]
Photograph of the Turtle Creek Pumping Station. The photograph, which is inside a white decorative matte, is washed out. A handwritten note on the back reads: "[Trinity River] Flood waters 1908 (May) old Turtle Creek pumping station in back ground."