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[Funeral Program for De Forest Henry, May 30, 2009]

Description: Funeral program for De Forest Henry, born March 16, 1930 and died May 26, 2009. The funeral was held May 30, 2009, at Jacobs Chapel United Methodist Church, officiated by Reverend Johnny R. Toy. Funeral arrangements were made through Lewis Funeral Home and she was buried in Meadowlawn Memorial Park in San Antonio, Texas.
Date: May 30, 2009
Creator: A Clark's Creation
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[Two Wall Moldings]

Description: Photograph of two separate decorate wall moldings. The first, marked number 18, features a column-like shape with a shield in the middle with two curled figures on either side leading up to a flat top, and two thin ribbon-like columns on the right. The second, number 19, has an arch shape and a curled figure in the middle. Attached to the photograph is a typewritten note that reads "Ct. Ho; Cu. Ho. & Post Office Brownsville, Texas April 30-32."
Date: April 30, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association


Description: Patent for a simply, durably, and efficiently constructed plow-stock that "will admit of changes being made in an expeditious and convenient manner to facilitate the grouping of the shares or plows to be carried by the stock" (lines 11-14).
Date: July 30, 1895
Creator: Abbott, Joseph W.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[RE: Extended Stays in Santa Barbara]

Description: A memo from Julie Abel, program associate for the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, to the Regional Institute Directors, Sheila Brown, Maggie DiBlasio, Phyllis Scott Johnson, Jessie Lovano-Kerr, Bill McCarter, Nancy Roucher, Brent Wilson, Jack Davis, Edith Curtis Johnson, Anne Lindsey, Nancy MacGregor, Tom McMullen, Frances Thurber, and Joyce Wright. The memo is in regards to the Four Season's Biltmore agreeing to extend the center's rate if they directors wish to stay before or after the Regional Institute Directors' Meeting, November 3 - 6, 1992. If they plan to do so, to make arrangements with Rebecca Huetter, and to tell Huetter that they are with the Getty Group. cc'd on the memo, Ann Bassi, Michael Kendall, Elizabeth Paul, Kathy Talley-Jones, Leilani Lattin Duke, Bill Keens and Mary Ann Stankiewicz.
Date: April 30, 1992
Creator: Abel, Julie
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections


Description: Patent for brick-kilns to "provide means for burning bricks in a much shorter time and more effectively than is possible with usual constructions, and, further, to protect the kiln-walls against the injurious effects of heat" (lines 9-13).
Date: October 30, 1900
Creator: Aber, Edgar
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Oral History Interview with Windy Goodloe, July 30, 2016

Description: Windy Goodloe is a staff member at the museum of the Seminole Indian Scout Cemetery Association. Goodloe grew up in Brackettville, spending most of her early life with her grandparents. She recalled being usually one of very few African American students in the local schools, and in particular her relationship with Mexican American students. Goodloe attended Spellman College in Atlanta, but did not complete her degree; after several years in Atlanta, she returned to Brackettville to care for her grandparents. She talked at length about issues of identity, the history of Black Seminoles in Brackettville, and the current status of Fort Clark Springs as a gated community, among other topics.
Date: July 30, 2016
Creator: Acuna-Gurrola, Moises; Wall, James & Goodlow, Wendy
Partner: TCU Mary Couts Burnett Library