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Isaac Parker's Log Cabin

Description: Isaac Parker's Log Cabin. Cabin has been moved from original location and reconstructed at Log Cabin Village
Date: unknown
Partner: Tarrant County College NE, Heritage Room

[Texas Historical Commission Marker: Cold Springs Log Cabin School]

Description: Photograph of the Texas Historical Commission marker for Cold Springs Log Cabin School in Denison, Texas. Text: Pioneers, who were camped near a spring on property of William S. Reeves (1794-1879) while waiting for their land grants, build this one-room schoolhouse about 1855. The leader of the group was William L. Holder (1820-1876) later used the cabin as a residence. In 1974 the structure was moved to the Old Settlers Village and restored. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1977
Date: 2011-12/2012-03
Creator: West, Carolyn Effie
Partner: Private Collection of Carolyn West

[Texas Historical Commission Marker: Davis-Ansley Log Cabin Home]

Description: Photograph of the Texas Historical Commission marker for Davis-Ansley Log Cabin Home in Denison, Texas. Text: Blacksmith Micajah C. Davis (1790-1860), one of the founders of Grayson County, erected this cabin about 1840 at Iron Ore Creek Settlement near present Denison. The pioneer home was built of hand-hewn oak logs with a plank floor. Sold in 1870 to Josephus R. Ansley (1826-1873) and his wife Gilley (1826-1915), the cabin was later occupied by their son Will (1861-1952). Mr. and Mrs. John Summers purchased the structure in 1953 and donated it in 1972 to the Old Settlers Village. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1976
Date: 2011-12/2012-03
Creator: West, Carolyn Effie
Partner: Private Collection of Carolyn West

[Portrait of a Couple]

Description: Hand-colored back and white photo of a couple. He is wearing a suit and tie, she wears a black dress with a gold necklace.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of unknown woman]

Description: Photograph of an unknown woman. The photograph is oval in shape and hand-colored.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of unknown man]

Description: Photograph of an unknown man. There is a lamp and group of books in the background. The photograph is oval in shape.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

Young Man with Blue Eyes

Description: Hand-colored photograph of a young man with blue eyes. He is wearing a suit with a vest and bowtie.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

Young Man with Dark Hair and Blue Eyes

Description: Hand-colored photograph of a young man with dark hair and blue eyes. He is wearing a suit with a vest and bowtie.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of unknown woman]

Description: Photograph of an unknown woman. The woman is wearing a fashion of bow tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Child Seated in a Chair]

Description: Small photograph of a young girl sitting in a chair. She is wearing a dress.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of child]

Description: Photograph of an unknown child sitting in a chair. This is a hand-colored tintype photograph.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of young Jessie Foster Field]

Description: Photograph of young Jessie Foster Field (1880-1971). Field, four or five years old, is shown holding the ropes of a swing. The photograph is hand colored.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of unknown man]

Description: Photograph of an unknown man. The photograph is oval, hand- colored and framed in a gold wooden frame.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of unknown woman]

Description: Photograph of an unknown woman. The photograph is oval, hand- colored and framed in a gold wooden frame.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Ambrotype of unknown man]

Description: Photograph of an unknown man wearing a hat. The photograph is oval in shape and is framed in gold-colored material.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of Mary Thomason Foster and Joseph Ancell Foster]

Description: Photograph of Mary Thomason Foster and Joseph Ancell Foster. Mr. Foster is seated and holding a newspaper while Mrs. Foster stands behind him. There are two columns in the background. J.A. Foster was the son of Hary Ancell Foster and Martha Davis Foster and M.T. Foster was the daughter of Judge James Monroe Thomason and Louise Harrison Thomason.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Portrait of Aunt Molly and Musley Jr.]

Description: Photograph of "Aunt Molly and Musley Jr." There is a cat and a child sitting on a woman's lap. The woman is smoking a pipe.
Date: unknown
Partner: Log Cabin Village