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- Alabama Land Deed with President Buchanan's Signature
- Photograph of a Alabama land deed for 220 acres belonging to Garrison Deens. it is signed by President James Buchanan on November 1, 1858. Mr. Deens sold this land to James O. Sellers in 1859 or 1860. Mr. Sellers was Ethel Bryant's grandfather. This photo was included in a research paper by Mike Shurley for an American History class at Marfa High School in 1968.
- [Camel from US Army Camel Corps in transit from Europe to the US]
- Photograph of a drawing of a camel from the US Army Camel Corps. The camel has been secured against gale winds during its trip from Europe to America. It is kneeling on the deck of a ship.
- [Example of Bactrian camel used in US Army Camel Corps]
- Photograph of illustration of Bactrian camel used in the US Army Camel Corps. Camel's side view is facing right.
- [Example of dromedary used in US Army Camel Corps]
- Photograph of a drawing of dromedary used for the US Army Camel Corps. Side view of dromedary standing against a craggy background.
- James Osborn Sellers
- Photograph of a daguerreotype picturing James Osborn Sellers in the late 1850s. He was killed in 1864 during the Civil War. He was Ethel C. Bryant's maternal grandfather. This photo was included in a research paper by Mike Shurley for an American History class at Marfa High School in 1968.
- [Major Henry C. Wayne with sons]
- Photograph of Major Henry C. Wayne with his sons. Major Wayne is sitting down and his sons are standing on either side of him. Picture was taken before Major Wayne's trip to the Mediterranean.
- [Man in native African clothes riding camel]
- Photo of an illustration of a camel being ridden by an individual in native African clothing.
- [Riders, horses, and camels at a watering hole in Texas]
- Photo of an illustration of riders, horses, and camels at a watering hole in Texas. The camels are behind the horses and the men, awaiting their turn.
- [Typical US Army Camel Corps camp]
- Photograph of an illustration depicting a typical camp for the U.S. Army Camel Corps, including supplies, horses, and field personnel. In the foreground, men are organizing supplies while the camels and horses are resting behind them.