Private Collection of T. B. Willis - 20 Matching Results

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[Grave Marker of Andrew Whitley]

Description: Photograph of the grave marker of Andrew Whitley in Liberty Hill Cemetery in Williamson County, Texas. It reads: "Andrew Whitley, born February 10, 1872. Died September 2, 1901. One less to love on Earth, one more to keep in heaven." Several other headstones can be seen beside and behind Whitley's. The left bottom corner of the photo has been ripped away.
Date: 1901~
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[Photograph of Two Unidentified Girls]

Description: Photograph of two unidentified girls - the girl on the left stands on a wicker chair and the girl on the right stands on the ground beside the chair. Both girls wears matching light-colored dresses, hair bows, tights, and shoes. The background is difficult to discern, but a curtain is held against a wall in the right corner of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Creator: Stone

[Portrait of Mary Portfield Hickman]

Description: Portrait of Mary Portfield Hickman, visible from the chest up, wearing a dark-colored top with buttons up the front, an upturned collar, and puffy sleeves. A hand written note on the back reads, "Mary Portfield Hickman, born June 30, 1846 - Nacogdoches, Tex. Her parents came from the state of Miss. Attended school in Austin, kept by B. J. Smith. Sept. 29, 1869 married N. F. Hickman. Died Liberty Hill, Tex. Oct. 8, 1926." Many descendants are listed on the back of the photograph.
Date: unknown

[Postcard of St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church]

Description: Postcard of the interior of St. Peter Evangelical Church. A note on the front of the postcard says: "Ev. Luth. St. Petri Kirche Bei Walburg, Tex." A handwritten message on the back of the postcard is addressed to Miss Olga Fuchs in Manor, Texas and reads: "Hello Olga! How did you and your brother get over your trip? I came home the 30 after having a delightful time. With love to you from Olga Granzin."
Date: 1907
Creator: Granzin, Olga