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[Photograph of Stephenville, Texas]

Description: Copy negative of a postcard showing a bird's-eye view of Stephenville, Texas, as seen from the courthouse looking west. The postcard was sent December 9, 1909 and has a handwritten note at the top of the image that says "Come over when you get a chance."
Date: March 29, 1973
Partner: Erath County Genealogical Society

[Stephenville city limit]

Description: Photograph of a Stephenville city limit sign. At this time, the population was 9,277. A historical marker sign can be seen as well. A tree and a road is visible in the background.
Date: 197X
Creator: WBAP-TV (Television station : Fort Worth, Tex.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Erath County Courthouse, Stephenville, Interior stone tower wall

Description: Photograph looking up at the interior tower wall of the Erath County Courthouse in Stephenville. The wall is made entirely of stone, and there is a wooden staircase leading upwards at the top of the photo. There are also several lamps on the two floors visible.
Date: August 1, 2005
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Major George B. Erath Monument

Description: Photograph of a monument in honor of Major George B. Erath, erected by the Sons and Daughters of Confederate Veterans in 2001. A picture of a Confederate and Texas flags are crossed at the top of the monument. It reads: "In Memory of Major George B. Erath, CSA and the more than 600 Confederate veterans of the War Between the States, who rest beneath the rich soil of Erath County. Ordinary men from across the South took up arms to fight an extraordinary war. Together they became one of the most acclaimed fighting forces in military history. The South devastated by war and the hard life during Reconstruction caused families to move to Texas where they hoped for a better life. Erath County prospered as veterans built homes, schools, churches, farms and businesses. CSA veterans became leaders in our towns and communities. They are our ancestors. Their lives, our sacred heritage, we remember with honor and devotion."
Date: August 1, 2005
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Partner: UNT Libraries
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