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[Art Print of the Matlock Home]

Description: Art print of an artist's rendition of the Matlock Home near Murphy, Texas; the house is two stories with windows along the upper and lower floors. The note printed on the reverse side of the picture says this was made "before the house was razed and replaced with a modern brick home." The note further says that Milton Meredith Matlock built it "when he settled on the land just South of the Back Homeplace."
Date: unknown

[Card from the Turneys to the Wooleys]

Description: Card from the Wooleys to the Turneys, which has an illustration of St. Francis of Assisi and woodland creatures in a green forest on the front of the card. Inside the card, there is a prayer by St. Francis of Assisi. There is a lot of handwritten text on the back of the card from the Wooleys.
Date: unknown
Creator: American Greetings Corp.

[Christmas Card]

Description: Christmas Card illustrated with a scene of a a couple and two children walking up to a house where another couple and child are standing. The card is signed "Jo" and there is a handwritten note on the back addressed to "Aunt Edna" expressing well wishes in the holiday season.
Date: unknown

[Christmas Postcard to a Mother]

Description: Christmas postcard from an individual to their mother saying they are sending a lot of cards and she should send them to whoever she wants to. The illustration on the front of the card shows a Santa Claus surrounded by children; he is holding a tablet that says: "My Best Wishes for a Merry Christmas."
Date: 191u-12

[Class Prophecy for the 1907 Class of Texas Baptist University]

Description: Class prophecy describing a person's eventful day dream that included a woman creating pictures in the room of different individuals; the pictures continue to appear and then disappear and showing different women in different locations. The last line of the piece comes after the person had awoken: "I was forced to turn from the glamers into the future and come back to the tasks of the present."
Date: 1907
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