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Trammel's Trace: The First Road to Texas from the North

Description: Map showing "Trammel's Trace," the first road from the north (present-day Arkansas) into Texas, used around 1800. It includes notations for abandoned settlements, modern cities, and Caddo villages documented from 1800 to 1840, as well as other historic roads used at the time of Trammel's Trace.
Date: 2015
Creator: Pinkerton, Gary
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Clark & Boyce Lumber Company]

Description: Copy photo of Clark and Boyce Lumber Company in Jefferson, Texas. There is a cloud of white smoke in front of the building, and a small creek is visible in the bottom right corner. Written on the bottom of the photo is "Clark & Boyce Lumber Co. Jefferson, Marion Co." Written below the image are "Scenes along the T&P 1895 - 1896" and "T&P."
Date: 1895/1896
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Wreck Group Photo]

Description: Copy photo of a small group of people posing in front of a head on train collision. In the bottom right corner of the image is printed "Texas & Pacific Topics." Below the image are written "#270 & #314 Jefferson, Texas Jun 4th 1903" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Cannonball Collision in Jefferson, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a collision between T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 in Jefferson, Texas. A few people are visible near the train wreckage. On the image are printed "Parker Photo" and "T. and P. 'Cannon Ball' Collision June 4th 1903." Beneath the image are written "#270 & #314 T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 Jefferson Texas - Jun 4th 1903" and "Avery Von Blon."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Parker Photo
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train #907 Wrecked in Jefferson, Texas]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #907 wrecked in Jefferson, Texas due to too much speed. Written below the image are "[sic] #907 Jefferson, Texas Oct 25 1947 (Passenger train wreck Fireman killed, 30 passengers injured. Too much speed.)" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: October 25, 1947
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Passenger Train Wreck in Jefferson, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the wreckage of passenger train #907 in Jefferson, Texas with a man standing in front. Written below the image are "[sic] #907 Jefferson, Texas Oct 25 1947 (Passenger train wreck fireman killed, 30 passengers injured. Too much speed)" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: October 25, 1947
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Head On Collision of T&P Cannon Balls]

Description: Photograph of a head on collision between two T&P trains. Written on the photo is "Collision of T. and P. 'Cannon Balls.' #5 and #6. Jefferson, Tex. June 4th 1903." Written underneath the image are "#270 & #314 T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 Jefferson, Texas - Jun 4th 1903" and "Avery Von Blon."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Von Blon, Avery
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #713]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #713 in Jefferson, Texas. Written below the image are "[sic] Jefferson Texas Sept 8th 1949" and "M. D. McCarter Collection."
Date: September 8, 1949
Creator: McCarter, M. D.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #907 Post-Wreck]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #907 after a high speed wreck. There is a man standing in front of the wreckage. Written below the image are "[sic] #907 Jefferson, Texas Oct 25 1947 (passenger train wreck fireman killed, 30 passengers injured. Too much speed)" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: October 25, 1947
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Collision Wreckage]

Description: Photograph of T&P trains #270 and #314 in a collision in Jefferson, Texas. Written below the image are "#270 & #314 T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 Jefferson, Texas - Jun 4th 1903" and "Avery Von Blon."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Von Blon, Avery
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Engine #600 in Jefferson, Texas]

Description: Photograph of train #600 in Jefferson, Texas. There are men working on the front end of the train as well as a large group of men behind it. Two cranes can be seen on either side of the engine. Written below the image are "[sic] Jefferson, Texas Mar 15 1946 (Broken Rail) #600 2-10-4" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: March 15, 1946
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train #600 Wrecked in Jefferson, Texas]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #600 wrecked in Jefferson, Texas due to a broken rail. A man can be seen to the right of the wreckage inspecting the train. Written below the image are "Jefferson, Texas Mar 15 1946 (broken rail) #600 2-10-4" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: March 15, 1946
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Group Photo Posing in Front of a Train Wreck]

Description: Photograph of a group of people posing for a picture in front of a collision of T&P Cannon Balls #5 and #6 in Jefferson, Texas. Large trees are visible in the background. Printed on the image is "Collision of T. and P. "Cannon Balls" #5 and #6. Jefferson, Tex. June 4th 1903. Parker Photo." Below the image is written "Ruth E. Frank."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Parker Photo
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Bell From T&P Train #715]

Description: Photograph of the bell from T&P train #715 on display in the Jefferson Court House Museum. Written below the image are "[sic] Jefferson, Texas Mar 10th 1976 T&P bell off #715 - Jefferson Court House Museum" and "D. Watson."
Date: March 10, 1976
Creator: Watson, D.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Private Car "Atalanta"]

Description: Photograph of Jay Gould's private rail car on display. There is a light post near the front of the car and two women in period-dress posing in front of it as well. Both women are wearing brightly colored dresses, one pink and the other green, and holding umbrellas. There is a sign post to the right of the image and trees in the background. Written below the image is "[sic] Jefferson, Texas Jay Goulds private car "Atalanta" -built in early 1890's."
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P "Cannon Ball" Collision]

Description: Photograph of the T. and P. "Cannon Ball" train collision in Jefferson, Texas. One of the trains lies on on its side along the tracks on the left. The front of the other train on the right is visibly damaged, though remains upright. Four men and two children stand center along the tracks. Several people stand examining the damage off to the right. A small fence separates the bushy hill of the railroad tracks from a grassy section in front. Text on the bottom of the photograph reads, "Parker, Photo. Jefferson, Tex. T. and P. "Cannon Ball" Collision June 4th 1903."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Parker Photo
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #600 Derailed]

Description: Photograph of T&P train #600 derailed in Jefferson,Texas. A line of people are inspecting the wreckage. Written below the image are "Jefferson, Texas T&P #600 laying on its side" and "Ed Robinson Collection."
Date: unknown
Creator: Robinson, Ed
Partner: The Grace Museum

Mcleod Quadrangle

Description: Satellite image topographic map of a portion of Texas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:24,000
Date: 2010
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department