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[Gold pocket watch with floral engraving on both sides]

Description: 14K gold pocket watch with floral engraving on both sides. The perimeter is decorated with diamond shape engravings and small swirled patterned engravings. Inscribed inside the back cover: "Mother to Albert Oct 7th 1891". Watch maker is "Elgin Natl, Watch Co." as seen on face of watch. Time is demarcated by roman numerals and has a separate dial for the seconds. A black ribbon with a gold two-pronged buckle on it is attached to the watch by a small gold chain.
Date: October 7, 1891

[Scale beam]

Description: Scale beam, missing two pieces. There are marks with weights from 20 to 160 on one side and marks from 5 to 50 on the other. The end is hook shaped. Wire has been added to hang it from. It has some rust. Old Object Term: scale,cotton
Date: 1890

[Beige silk ribbon with red writing]

Description: Beige silk ribbon with red writing that states: "MEMBERS' BADGE DAUGHTERS OF THE REPUBLIC (SEAL OF TEXAS IN CENTER) OF TEXAS. ORGANIZED AT HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOV. 6, 1891." Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon
Date: November 6, 1891

[Beige ribbon with blue star]

Description: Beige ribbon with blue writing that states: "(large star at top) Galveston April 21, 1896. Texas Veteran Twenty-Third Annual ..Re-union.." Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon
Date: April 21, 1896

[Sunday school pendant, five pointed bronze pin]

Description: Sunday school pendant, five pointed bronze pin, front reads "For good lessons and punctuality in sabbath school", back reads "Presented by Mrs. JHP Davis June 2, 1893". Mrs. JHP Davis was Belle Ryon Davis.
Date: June 2, 1893

[Silk cream-colored parlor chair with arms]

Description: Part of 7 piece Parlor set, Louis XVI; Walnut and upholstery in silk brocade of cream background pink and gold flowers in green-green baskets with ornate floral design; tufted with shirred edges and three inch back cushion build up; castors on front turned legs. Old Object Term: Chair, Gentlemens'
Date: 1890

[Silk cream-colored parlor chair]

Description: Parlor set, Louis XVI; Walnut and upholstery in silk brocade of cream background pink and gold flowers in green-green baskets with ornate floral design; tufted with shirred edges and three inch back cushion build up; castors on front turned legs. New York c. 1890 Old Object Term: Chair Side
Date: 1890

[Silk cream-colored parlor chair, shorter legs]

Description: Part of seven piece Parlor Suite. Walnut & upholstery in silk brocade of cream background pink and gold flowers in green-green baskets w/ornate floral design; tufted w/shirred edges & 3' back cushion buildup; casters on front turned legs. Louis XVI style, New York, c. 1890. Old Object Term: Chair, Ladies
Date: 1890

[Silk cream-colored parlor chair, legs slightly crooked]

Description: Part of seven piece Parlor Set; Louis XVI style; walnut and upholstery in silk brocade of cream background, pink and gold flowers in green-green baskets with ornate floral design; shirred edges, tufted, 3" back cushion buildup; casters on front turned legs. New York c. 1890 Old Object Term: Chair, Side
Date: 1890

[Medal and button connected by a red ribbon reads "FORT WORTH CHICAGO"]

Description: Medal and button connected by a red ribbon. Medal decorated with American flags, reads "FORT WORTH CHICAGO." Button reads "EXCURSION TO MEXICO VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC - SUNSET ROUTE Jan'y 20th, '98" with longhorn in center. 1898. Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon, livestock
Date: January 20, 1898

[Silk cream-colored parlor chair, legs slightly turned inward]

Description: Part of seven piece Parlor set, Louis XVI; walnut and upholstered; Louis XVI style; upholstery of silk brocade of cream background, pink and gold flowers in green-green baskets with ornate floral design; shirred edges and three inch back cushion buildup; casters on front turned legs. New York c.1890. Old Object Term: Chair, Side
Date: 1890

[Red Fort Worth livestock ribbon with brass tassles]

Description: Red ribbon with brass tassels at bottom, reads "~ ASSO'N OF TEXAS" at top (partial), "WELCOME TO THE LIVE STOCK CENTER OF TEXAS, SOUVENIR, 1896" on button in center, "FORT WORTH, TEX. MARCH 10 - 11 - 12, 1896" at bottom Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon, livestock
Date: [1896-03-10..1896-03-12]

[Large Stick and ball oak chair]

Description: Referred to as "stick and ball' describing the back design; arms of golden oak with cane seat Old Object Term: Chairs, arm
Date: 1890~/1895~