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Description: Wooden chest with iron fixtures. The top is covered with a sheet of tin fastened with nails around the perimeter. Handles on either side of the box. Box is hand made, and seems designed to have an inner shelf. EMPTY.
Description: Wooden frame with the outside edge ornately carved. Still has glass.
Description: Photograph (copy) of an wooden house with an unidentified woman sitting on the front porch steps. The unpainted house has shutters on front windows (windows to right: one set of shutters is open, other closed but partially obscured by shrub). Woman seated on porch is wearing a light colored skirt with light colored jacket. She has a dark object in her lap. A wooden rocker can partially be seen through the doorway of house. Top of shrub in bottom left of corner. Limb of tree at top. Other wooden structures in left background. Scanned image and dimensions are of the copy.
Description: Wooden shipping box for "Kelly Perfect Axes, Kelly Axe & Tool Works of the American Fork & How Co. Charleston, W.Va., USA." (preceding text printed on side of box) Box contained "4 to 5 Dayton Pattern No. 2 hdls Red Tip Thin Blade," according to text printed on bottom of the box. 10-19-1937 imprinted on one end of the box. Water stains evident on wood.
Description: Photograph of the Woodmen of the World Cemetery in Rosenberg, Texas. A shrub is in the bottom left of photograph. A large cement free-standing monument can be seen to the right. Top of a bridge can be seen in far center distance.
Description: Postcard from World War I of Ligny in Barrois written by H.N. Pierce to his mother, Mrs. J.B. Pierce from Sugar Land, Texas. Photo has line of wagons on street. Buildings on left of photo. Postcard has tear on bottom (piece missing) and is crinkled in several places.
Item Type: Postcard
Description: Written declaration that John J Rogers and Julia Ann Rogers were Married July 3, 1917 in Kankakee, Illinois. Their child was not given a name until August 11, 1918--the time it was baptized as Lillian Jane Rogers at the All Saints Catholic Church in Houston.
Date: February 12, 1943
Item Type: Letter
Description: Photograph,mounted on cardboard, of a young couple. The man seated in a tasseled chair (right) is wearing a dark suit with white shirt. The woman is wearing a light colored dress with lace from elbow to above wrist. She is wearing a watch on her right wrist. She has a flower on her left shoulder and is holding a flower in her right hand. White spots on print.
Description: Photograph mounted on cardboard of a young girl in white dress and dark (finger-less) gloves. Her left arm is leaning on a dark backdrop board. Bottom of cardboard reads: From Anderson's 85 Main Street, Houston, Texas.
Description: Photograph of a young girl wearing a large white hat, a dark colored dress with a white fur trim, and she has a fur muff on her hands. Chair in background. Forest backdrop. Photograph is mounted on a white mat with black trim around photo. White spots around photo.
Description: Photograph mounted on (blue-black) cardboard of a young girl with long, curly hair. She is wearing a plaid dress with vest and lace at neckline. She has on dark stockings with dark boots. She is leaning on a fabric draped chair with her right elbow. Number on back of photo was 1972.065.006g and was changed to 1972.064.006g to match the numbers of this collection.
Description: Photograph mounted on cardboard of a young man dressed in a white shirt with white ruffled skirt. He has on stripe and design stockings with laced boots. He is standing on a covered backdrop that he is also able to lean on with his left elbow. Bottom of photo reads: From Anderson's, 85 Main Street, Houston, Texas.
Description: Photograph of a young man in a jacket (top button is buttoned) and vest with a striped necktie. Vest has a chain through bottom button. Man has thin mustache. Photo is mounted on a cardboard substrate. Cardboard is trimmed in gold. Bottom right corner is nicked. White spot on left. Back of photo in black print reads: T.B. Elrod, Artist Photographer, Columbus, Texas. Two drawings of women in round frames, a camera, and a paintbrush and paint palette on back as part of name advertisement.
Creator: Elrod, T. B.