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[Letter from Don King to Captain Charles R. Griggs, May 2, 1945]

Description: Letter from a soldier named Don King to Captain Charles R. Griggs concerning his status in his current company as first sergeant but will probably be moved back once a new man is assigned. King tells Griggs that he wants him to spend time with him and his wife after the war is over and that he really would like to see him and talk to him in person.
Date: May 2, 1945
Creator: King, Don
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Letter from Sam Myres to R. C. Crane, May, 2 1933

Description: Letter from Sam Myres to Judge R. C. Crane apologizing for taking so long to write him back after his kind letter asking how Myers was doing. Myres explains that he has been avoiding doing work, and paying honest obligations and so that is why he has not responded. He tells Crane about a new book out that he has enjoyed and if Crane is interested, offers to mail it to him so he can also read it. Myres says that the next time he is in Sweet Water, he hopes to meet up with Crane to catch up.
Date: May 2, 1933
Creator: Myres, Sam
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Bill Myres wearing Jack Thompson's Buscadero belt]

Description: Newspaper clipping that depicts Bill Myres in a brown suit wearing a Buscadero belt. The article that is under the picture talks about Sam Myres' longevity as a leather maker. His business is known to produce dependable and good quality items. Now that Sam Myres has passed, his son, Bill Myres, has taken over the business and continues to produce S.D. Myres Saddle Company products.
Date: June 2, 1957
Creator: Wilke, L. A.
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Sam Myres' Gun Holsters]

Description: Newspaper clipping that focuses on Sam Myres' history as a maker of holsters for the FBI and the Texas Rangers. The article goes on to say that Bill Myres, Sam Myres son, has gone on after his father's death to run the family business. The article includes two pictures, the top shows a Texas Department of Public Safety Officer wearing a Myres-designed holster. Below that, there is a picture of Myres and Captain John R. Hughes discussing a holster. The title article of the article is "El Paso Firm Helped Carry Guns of West."
Date: June 2, 1957
Creator: Myres, Sam
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum