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Design for a Badge or Medal.

Description: Design patent for a round souvenir badge or medal that has an image of a star on the front with a portrait in the center, and rays emanating toward the outside edge used for text. The back of the medal has an image of the Texas state capitol and spaces for additional text. The design also includes a suspending-bar shaped as a bald eagle with spread wings, holding crossed rifles.
Date: December 6, 1887
Creator: Maxcy, John Wharton
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Bronze medal]

Description: Bronze medal in 2 pieces connected with a red ribbon. Top "St. Louis National Stock Yards", on ribbon "Fort Worth March 21 - 22 - 23 1905", bottom is Texas star with longhorn bust. Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon, livestock
Date: [1905-03-21..1905-03-23]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Portraits of Boy in Chair]

Description: Photograph of 1 person. The young man is photographed in two torso length poses sitting in a chair. The left picture is a three quarter front facing pose. His body is turned left in the chair, and his face is turned toward the camera with his legs crossed, one arm resting in the lap, and the other on the arm rest. His hair is shaved on the sides and stands up on top. The second picture is a front facing view with one hand in the lap and the other on the arm rest. In this image, he is wearing a flat brimmed rounded hat with a thin band. "Hammond" is written in the upper right corner. Jobe Hammond is wearing a light striped collared button up shirt with a short light colored dotted tie, dark pants, a belt, and a medal on the hip on the right. The studio backdrop is a nature scene.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

Elder Ellis Brothers

Description: Photograph of two brothers in Mesquite, TX. Both are wearing suits and have Civil War Veteran medals pinned to their lapels. They also have several other medals on the opposite lapels. The brother on the right has white hair and a beard. The brother on the left has only a mustache. They are identified as the Ellis brothers. The man on the right is identified as William Ellis. According to accompanying information, William Ellis was the grandfather of Ernest Ellis, and father of Frank Ellis. William's son Frank was the owner of Ellis and Sons store, built in the 1880s in the New Hope district of Dallas County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Wisdom
Partner: Mesquite Public Library

[Portrait of Man and Woman]

Description: Photograph of 2 people. A man and woman are photographed in one torso-length, front-facing pose. Their names are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jamison. The man is standing on the left, and the woman is standing on the right. They are looking slightly inward. The man is wearing a top hat, a light shirt and vest with a medal pinned to it, a long dark coat, and dark pants. The woman is wearing a large flowered hat, a light high-collared shirt with a dark stripe around the neck, and a long plaid coat.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Gold Medal in a Box]

Description: Photograph of a gold medallion stood up inside its case on a table. The medal has an embossing of two planes in flight along with the air force wings below at the bottom. Text engraved around the edge of the medal reads, "The First Women in History to Fly American Military Aircraft" followed by another engraving at the top, "Act of Congress 2009".
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Gold Medal]

Description: Photograph of a gold medallion stood up inside its case on a table. The medal has an embossing of two planes in flight along with the air force wings below at the bottom. Text engraved around the edge of the medal reads, "The First Women in History to Fly American Military Aircraft" followed by another engraving at the top, "Act of Congress 2009".
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Gold Medal #2]

Description: Photograph of a gold medallion stood up inside its case on a table. The medal has an embossing of two planes in flight along with the air force wings below at the bottom. Text engraved around the edge of the medal reads, "The First Women in History to Fly American Military Aircraft" followed by another engraving at the top, "Act of Congress 2009".
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[WASP Congressional Gold Medal]

Description: Photocopy of a Congressional Gold Medal on a blue background. Engravings of several planes and the WASP diamond wings emblem can be seen on the surface, along with phrase, "The First Women In History To Fly American Military Aircraft Act" and "Act of Congress 2009".
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum