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[Palace of the Governor, Santa Fe, New Mexico]

Description: Photograph of the Palace of the Governor in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is a long, single-story building with a shaded walkway along the street. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, "The old Palace of the Governor, oldest Govt. Bldg. in U.S. Built about 1600, occupied by all Governors up to 1890. In this bldg. Gov. Lew Wallace wrote a portion of Ben Hur. This building is now the property of the American School of Archaeology - 4-27-13."
Date: April 27, 1913
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Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Newspaper Clipping: Texas News]

Description: Newspaper clipping of a small collection of articles discussing news from around Texas. The items of interest include Dallas Public Library's collection of framed pictures; a television set stolen in Paris, Texas; the renaming of Air Freight, Inc., to Santa Fe Freight Co.; an army contract with Travos Inc. in Austin; and the Texas Medical Association's correction of claims by the California Medical Association that their President was the first woman to head a state medical society. On the back of the clipping are portions of comic strips.
Date: March 31, 1971
Creator: Athens Daily Review
Partner: Texas Medical Association

Oral History Interview with Robert Lee Mosty, March 9, 1998

Description: Interview with Robert Lee Mosty, World War II veteran and owner/operator of a plant nursery in Center Point, Texas. Mr. Mosty tells stories from his service in WWII, including how his unit was one of the first to meet liberated prisoners of war, as well as how he was wounded and taken prisoner. He also discusses studying at A&M, his work for the National Park Service, and running a plant nursery in the 1920s.
Date: March 9, 1998
Creator: Witt, Gerald & Mosty, Robert Lee
Partner: Kerr County Historical Commission

[Raul Rodriguez Arreola Narrative]

Description: Autobiographical narrative written by Raul Rodriguez Arreola, a former postal worker from Kerrville. Mr. Arreola relates childhood memories, stories about his life and family, and some relevant local history.
Date: 2006
Creator: Arreola, Raul Rodriguez
Partner: Kerr County Historical Commission