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[Woman Spinning Thread, Harrison County]

Description: An unidentified African-American woman demonstrates the art of spinning thread from either wool or cotton on a spinning wheel, possibly in Harrison County. She holds the spinning material in her left hand as she turns the wheel with her right. She wears a light colored blouse and a skirt reaching to her shoe-tops. A patterned scarf is around her neck. Sacks of raw material wait at her feet.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[Image of a longhorn with "KANSAS CITY" and "EL PASO" on either side]

Description: Image of a longhorn with "KANSAS CITY" and "EL PASO" on either side. Small red, white and green ribbon extends to a round medallion at end. It states: "KANSAS CITY LEADS THEM ALL". On back of medallion: "KANSAS CITY FAVORITE MARKET FOR THE SOUTH AND WEST FOR ALL KINS OF LIVESTOCK NEWEST LARGEST AND BEST". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Gold two tiered pin connected by small chains]

Description: Gold two tiered pin connected by small chains. Top tier is an image of a cougar with a banner underneath that states: "FT. WORTH MARCH 16-19 1909" A small circle is directly below and has initials "MKB" in center. Second tier is a small plaque that states: "33RD ANNUAL CONVENTION C.R.A. OF T. MEMBER". Image of a man on horseback with a herd of cattle in background. A small red and white striped ribbon is attached behind pin. Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Date: [1909-03-16..1909-03-19]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Image of a longhorn with "KANSAS CITY" and "EL PASO" on either side]

Description: Image of a longhorn with "KANSAS CITY" and "EL PASO" on either side. Small red, white and green ribbon extends to a round medallion at end. It states: "KANSAS CITY LEADS THEM ALL". On back of medallion: "KANSAS CITY FAVORITE MARKET FOR THE SOUTH AND WEST FOR ALL KINS OF LIVESTOCK NEWEST LARGEST AND BEST". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park