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[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, November 12, 1911]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter describing the truck in the photo on the reverse side and its location. The photo shows a Webb Engine fire truck belonging to the St. Louis Fire Department in St. Louis, Missouri; the truck is parked outside of Station 43 in the city. Five firemen are also in the picture, four are on the truck and one is sitting in the garage entrance.
Date: November 12, 1911
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

Interview with Prentice Meador, 1985

Description: Interview with Prentice Meador, a feature correspondent for a CBS affiliate in Springfield, Missouri. In the interview, Meador discusses his news show, which is called "Breakthrough."
Date: 1985
Creator: Meador, Prentice & McCaleb, Gary
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

Oral History Interview with Trixie Lucille Dixon Sample, November 17, 1998

Description: Interview with Trixie Lucille Dixon Sample, registered nurse from Kerrville, Texas. Mrs. Sample recounts stories from her 30 years working as a nurse at the Veteran's Hospital - including how she met her husband and the problems she encountered with the hospital's policy against married nurses.
Date: November 17, 1998
Creator: Snodgrass, Clarabelle; Bethel, Ann & Sample, Trixie Lucille Dixon
Partner: Kerr County Historical Commission

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, November 18, 1911]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of "Engine Co. 32 Wagon" in St. Louis, Missouri. Eagan writes in his note on the back that "the driver made a special run" for him as he took the picture. The wagon is running down a street in the city with two firemen hanging off of the back end and two others sitting in the driver's seat. Eagan also asks Pendexter if he knows Chief van Toor in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Date: November 18, 1911
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of a Fire Station, Joplin, Missouri]

Description: Postcard of the Joplin Fire Department in four automobile fire engines outside of their station's garage. The vehicles are equipped (separately) with ladders, hoses, and water tanks. A note at the side of the postcard says, "Built and installed by the Webb Motor Fire Apparatus Company. Vincennes, Indiana. U. S. A"
Date: January 15, 1909
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, January 17, 1912]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter with a note talking about having to fight a large fire in 15-degrees below zero weather. He notes that the fire chief, van Toor, is sick but that Pendexter should hear from him shortly. The photograph on the reverse side of the card shows the crew of the "#32 Hose Wagon" in St. Louis, Missouri. There are six firemen in the photograph, all are standing or sitting on the wagon; the wagon itself is equipped with a large water cannon mounted towards the front.
Date: January 17, 1912
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, January 25, 1912]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter describing the vehicle in the reverse-side picture; according to Eagan the vehicle and crew are apart of the #2 Salvage Corps in St. Louis. The photograph shows a fireman sitting on top of the horse-drawn fire wagon with an alarm bell behind him and a ladder in the bed. This wagon takes too horses to pull it and it has an inscription on the side that reads "Salvage Corps No. 2."
Date: January 25, 1912
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, November 1, 1911]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter regarding the status of Eagan, he is out of the #32 apparatus, and it is he who is seated in the photographed car on the reverse side. The photograph shows Eagan sitting in the driver's seat of a Webb car with an engine from Calgary, Canada; he says that the car is parked in front of the Webb factory.
Date: November 1, 1911
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, March 17, 1912]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan in St. Louis, Missouri to George Pendexter in Austin, Texas discussing the man in the picture on the reverse side of the card; Eagan says that this man is picking up after a "roaring house fire on South Clark St." The photograph shows a fireman rolling up a large fire hose outside of a building.
Date: March 17, 1912
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, January 2, 1912]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter concerning Eagan's time spent with a fireman from Muskogee, Oklahoma and the opening of a new fire house in St. Louis: "#52 Auto Engine #18 Auto Truck." The photograph on the reverse side shows a group of firemen "making a quick hitch after open run in Court of Honor. Oct. 8, 1909." This team of firemen and their wagon are surrounded by a large crowd of people and patriotic decorations all around.
Date: January 2, 1912
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, January 2, 1913]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter discussing the building on the reverse picture, Eagan says: "This is where three people were burned and 15 injured Nov. 1st 1912 a servant girl set fire to the place." The photograph shows a crowd of people standing outside the main entrance to the Berlin Hotel as they wait to return back to their rooms after the fire.
Date: January 2, 1913
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, December 21, 1911]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter describing the photograph on the reverse side as a fire in St. Louis on May 23, 1911 and saying that Pendexter's new fire truck "is a dandy" and gives a descriptions of its technical features. The photograph on the reverse side shows a large number of fire fighters working to put out a fire at one of the buildings in the city; Eagan says "This is one of several paper stock fire." Three of the photographed firemen are walking up the large pile of debris while most of the others are at ground level working the hoses and spraying water on the pile.
Date: December 21, 1911
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Photograph of Henry Clay's Family on the Porch]

Description: Photograph of Henry Clay, Jr. and the rest of his family on the front steps of the porch to their home. The back of the photo lists the names from left to right: "Henry Clay, Sr., James Ashton Clay, Henry Clay, Jr., Clay's Mother, and unknown young girl with hat." James is holding a puppy in his arms for the picture. According to the photo this was taken "in Missouri before moving to Ft. Worth."
Date: unknown
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas