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[Second Methodist University]
Copy negative of the Second Methodist University, demolished in 1923.
[Receipt for furniture from the Byrd Williams Jr. scrapbook]
Receipt from the Poindexter Furniture and Carpet Co., written to Edna McDaniel.
[Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution (TXSSAR) Membership Records: 314-415]
Compiled membership records for the Texas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution from November 26, 1928 through March 23, 1935 (member numbers 314 through 415 The materials include original applications and supporting documentation that accompanied the paperwork.
[Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution (TXSSAR) Membership Records: 233-313]
Compiled membership records for the Texas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution from April 1, 1925 through June 30, 1927 (member numbers 233 through 313 The materials include original applications and supporting documentation that accompanied the paperwork.
Teachers Temporary Certificate
A temporary teachers certificate from the Texas Department of Education presented to Izetta Sparks.
[NTSNC diploma]
A diploma from the North Texas State Normal College presented to Izetta Sparks upon graduation, signed by President Bruce.
[Charles Williams standing outside, 1920]
Photograph of Charles Williams, son of Byrd Williams, Jr., standing outside holding a toy.
[Charles Williams with Brownie, 1920]
Photograph of Charles Williams, youngest son of Byrd Williams, Jr., standing outside with the family dog, Brownie.
[Photo of a USRS crane in a field]
Photograph of a USRS crane in a field.
[Photo of an underground construction site]
Photograph of an underground construction site. "March 1922" is written into the side of the negative.
[Construction on the Leon River Bridge]
Photograph of the Leon River Bridge construction site.
[Hunters with kill]
Photograph of three men standing with guns around a squirrel they have killed, with a mountainous landscape behind them.
[The Williams boys with a girl]
Photograph of John, Charles, and Byrd Williams III with a young girl. The girl is possibly Mary Ellen Williams, eldest daughter of Robert Johnson Williams.
[The Williams boys with a girl and a dog]
Photograph of John, Charles, and Byrd Williams III with a young girl and Brownie the dog. The girl is possibly Mary Ellen Williams, eldest daughter of Robert Johnson Williams.
[John and Byrd III at the beach]
Photograph of John and Byrd Williams III standing on a rocky beach.
[Charles and Irene Biffle Williams]
Photograph of Charles Robert Williams, sitting with his mother, Irene Biffle Williams, outside on a bench.
[The Williams boys on a beach]
Photograph of Charles, Byrd III, and John Williams on a beach in California.
[Byrd Williams Jr. on a beach]
Photograph of Byrd Williams Jr. standing on a rocky beach in a suit.
[John and Byrd III]
Photograph of John and Byrd Williams III, standing on a rocky shore, looking out at the ocean.
[Byrd and John Williams]
Photograph of Byrd III and John Williams, standing on a rocky shore, looking at the ocean.
[Williams family picnicking]
Photograph of Charles, Irene, John, and Byrd Williams III picnicking on the side of the road.
[Byrd III and his brother John Williams overlook a pier]
Photograph of Byrd III and his brother John Williams overlooking a pier in a harbor.
[Men working in a ditch on Berry Street]
Photograph of four men working in a ditch on Berry Street in Fort Worth, Texas.
[Charles and Irene on a bench]
Photograph of Charles Williams sitting with his mother, Irene Biffle Williams on a bench outside.
Laying bricks on Berry Street
Photograph of men and horses working to lay bricks on what will become Berry Street in Fort Worth, Texas.
[Landscape of New Mexico]
Photograph of a landscape of mountains and trees in New Mexico.
[Students hazing during Hell Week in 1929]
Photograph of students hazing during "Hell Week" in 1929.
[Freshman parade]
Photograph of students dressed in costume for the Freshman parade in 1927. One student holds up a sign, which reads "South Seas."
[Family outing]
Photograph of a Cuellar family outing with three men and two women at an unidentified lake. Frank Sr. is seen in the middle of the group next to Julia (right side). The family is sitting on a boat laid on the ground in front of a lake. All three men are wearing a white button-up shirt with dark-colored trousers and two of them are wearing hats. The man on the right corner is holding a parasol. Both women are wearing flapper dresses and holding parasols but the woman on the left is also holding a ukulele. A field with another family picnicking are seen behind the lake. Written on back: "Frank Cuellar - Family outing."
[Album page with portraits]
Photograph of an early family album page with family portraits and photographs of different members of the Cuellar family. The top of the front page displays twenty-seven facial portraits of men and women from the Cuellar family. Adhesive can still be seen where the some photographs are missing. On the bottom left of the front page, two women and a girl stand in front of a crop field. On the right side of the front page, a woman with a necklace and light-colored blouse sits in front of a blank backdrop. On the left side of the back page, is a crop field already harvested. On the right side of the back page displays two women, while standing in a field, holding two large flags crossing each other. The flag facing to the left side is the Mexico flag and the flag facing the right side is the United States flag. Written on the bottom: "Sept. of 1921."
[Gonzales brothers orchestra]
Photograph of a festival with musicians, Gonzales Brothers Orchestra, on a stage with children wearing a sash. A man holding the Mexican flag stands on the left side of the photograph while the American Flag is on the right side. Decorations and portraits of historical figures are displayed on the background.
[Album page with five photos "fair/parade"]
Photograph of an early family album page with five photographs of different members of the Cuellar family. The front page, on the left side, there are two men paddling on a boat at an unidentified lake. The men wear a white shirt, a straw boater hat, and trousers. On the right side, a group of women (about twenty) and girls wearing similar dresses and a matching sash, stand in front of a fair. On the back of the page, on the left, a group of people stand next to car in front of a building. Four are women in different colored dresses next to a man (on the left) in a suit and tie who also wears a fedora hat. Bottom corner of the back page, there is a group portrait with four women wearing dark-colored dresses next to three men wearing boater hats, shirt, neck-ties, and trousers. The last photograph has three women in winter attire standing in front of parked cars.
[Three women on a staircase]
Photograph of three women posing on the staircase of the Kingsville Courthouse. Starting from left: Elisa Cuellar, Chabela Cuellar, and an unidentified woman.
[Cuellar Cafe interior with frame]
Photograph of family members inside the Cuellar Café restaurant located in Kaufman, Texas. Two men and two women stand behind the counter. A woman stands next to the counter stools in front of the restaurant tables and chairs. Written on back of the photograph: "Cuellar Cafe, Kaufman, TX 1928 - Carolina (sister), Frank Cuellar Sr., Julia Cuellar, Isabel, Amos (brother). This place originated in June 7, 1928".
[Jose portrait]
Photograph of a man with suit and glasses in front of a dark background. Written on back: "Para Isabel de su hermano - José 1-5-22." ( *Translation from Spanish: For Isabel from her brother - José 1-5-22 )
[Minnie Cuellar and her friends posing]
Photograph of Minnie Cuellar and her friends posing in fur winter coats in Maehigan. Written on back: "Minnie and friends in Maehigan - 1928".
[Frank Sr. and Gilbert Cuellar sitting on a hill]
Photograph of Frank Cuellar Sr. (left) and Gilbert Cuellar (right) sitting on a hill. Both men wear formal attire and are facing the camera from birds-eye view perspective. Written: "1924, Frank Cuellar."
[Elisa, Chabela, and Julia Cuellar at a ranch]
Photograph of three women posing in front of a field at El Rancho Amarillo. Written on the back are the names of the three women as seen in the photograph (starting from left to right): "Elisa, Chabela, and Julia Cuellar - El Rancho Amarillo".
[South Reading Room, Library, North Texas State Teachers College, 1929]
Photograph of the North Texas State Teachers College Library in the spring of 1929. Seen in the photo is a large room with long tables at which are seated a variety of young men and women looking at various books. Along the back wall can be seen shelves of books. To the left can be seen sculptures. The photographic image is affixed to a pale gray mount with line borders. At lower right front corner is embossed photographer's mark: "Shaw / Denton, Texas". On the reverse of the mount are handwritten the following notes: "This picture was made in the spring of 1929, soon after the few books on the wall were moved from the stacks to this room (South Reading Room in old Library Building - now Historical Building). It represents the beginning of the Reference Dept. - L. Brashears." and "For Miss Brashears Compliments of the Shaw Studio." The photograph shows the Library Building (built 1912-1913) the first library building on the NT campus, which later would be called the Historical Building, and is presently the O.J. Curry Building ("Curry Hall"). Lottie Brashears started at NT in 1921 as Assistant Librarian, and worked at various positions within the NT Library until her retirement in 1958. She was one of the first heads of the Reference Department.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 6, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 30, 1923
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 10, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 27, 1923
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 6, 1923
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 13, 1923
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 20, 1923
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 14, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 1, 1924
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 15, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 8, 1924
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 16, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 15, 1924
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 17, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 22, 1924
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 27, 1923
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Normal College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.
Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 22, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 6, 1923
Weekly student newspaper from the North Texas State Normal College in Denton, Texas that includes local, state, and campus news along with advertising.