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Austin Aerials - CB Francis Rest Home

Description: Aerial shot of CB Francis Rest Home, 6909 Burnet Rd. Burnet Road running left to right in center. Cullen Ave on left and Justin Lane intersecting Burnet Lane and Burnet Road on the right. Two of buildings on left hand side of Justin Lane on the upper right are churches. Daugherty St running left to right (to Justin) on lower left.
Date: July 13, 1965
Creator: Douglass, Neal
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

C. J. Nelin Farm History

Description: A history of the ownership of the C. J. Nelin farm from 1882-04-24 when it was purchased by Peter Getziller until 2000-03-?? when it was sold to Bobye Hurd.
Date: [1958..2000]
Creator: Marcott, Ruth Nelin
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

Demographic Factors Affecting Real Estate

Description: This report examines demographic factors and their effects on real estate, describes data sources, and demonstrates several common methods for measuring population size, distribution, and composition.
Date: May 1988
Creator: Murdock, Steve H. & Hamm, Rita R.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[The Home of Dr. C.F. Yeager at 300 NE 1st Street]

Description: A note on the back of the print states that this home was located at 300 NE 1st Street. This home, of physician Dr. C.F. Yeager, stood next door and east of the Old Methodist Church, which may be seen on the left side of the photograph. Dr. Yeager's drugstore was one block west of his home at the SW corner of of NW 1st Street and NW 2nd Avenue.
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[A Mineral Wells Advertisement]

Description: A 1906 seasonal advertisement, compliments Central Texas Realty Association, depicts a young lady (An Art Nouveau goddess?) half-kneeling within a frame that suggests stained glass. She is holding a water jug, from which pours a stream of healing elixir that splashes into the lowermost center of the brochure. Decorative scrolls reminiscent of wrought iron sculpture decorate the advertisement. Stars, both in the advertisement and on the lady's tiara, hint that Mineral Wells is the City of Light. What appears to be a coffee stain shows at the upper left. Someone has penciled "1905" in the upper right corner.
Date: 1906
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

Clay County Abstract Company

Description: Interior of the Clay County Abstract Company around 1925. Employees stand behind their work tables. Typewriters are on the tables, a phone hangs on the wall, and electric lights hang from the ceiling. Written on the back of the photograph, "Clay County Abstract Company, my daddy's [Volney Lefevre] office during the oil boom that started in Burkburnett. Business was good. He made a mint of money and paid off all his business debt. by Lois V. Lefevre Malone"
Date: 1925~
Partner: Clay County Historical Society

St. Nicholas Hotel

Description: A note with the picture states: The original picture was re-done and re-named the "Delaware Hotel." This picture appears on page 104 in "Time Was..." The building was located at 316 N. Oak Avenue, Mineral Wells, Texas. It was eventually destroyed by fire. A report in the 1911 Weatherford Herald states that an opera house would be built to replace the "Auditorium"--probably the Chautauqua building nearby. The opera house was never built, and the Chautauqua building survived the hotel.
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library