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Williamson County : State of Texas.

Description: Map shows tract boundaries, land patents, railroad land grants, landowners, railroads, and towns; portions of adjacent counties where property boundaries extend beyond county limits. No scale indicated.
Date: 1888
Creator: Texas. General Land Office.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Nelson's Hardware Store Postcard]

Description: Postcard featuring a pencil drawing of Nelson's Hardware Store, a historic two-story building built 1900 in Round Rock, Texas. The artist's signature can be seen on the bottom right edge of the drawing, and a typed description about the history of the building can be seen on the back..
Date: unknown
Creator: Winnette, Ward P.
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Nelson Merrell House Exterior]

Description: Photographs on contact sheet of the exterior of a home that once belonged to Captain Nelson Merrell, one of the earliest settlers of Round Rock, Texas. The first two photos show close up views of the two story home, while the third photo shows the home at a distance, surrounded by trees and a field or large yard. The top picture faces northeast, the middle faces northwest, and the bottom photo faces southeast.
Date: 1960?
Location Info:
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Views of Nelson Merrell House]

Description: Photographs on contact sheet of the exterior of a home that once belonged to Captain Nelson Merrell, one of the earliest settlers of Round Rock, Texas. The first photo shows an entrance way with a column on each side, and in the second photo, a yard with shrubs and trees can be seen with the partial edge of the home in the fore ground, along with another wing of the building seen in the background. The top picture faces south, while the bottom faces southeast.
Date: 1960?
Location Info:
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

The Round Rock

Description: Paper documenting the history of the "Round Rock", or "Old Rock", located in Brushy Creek and from which the town of Round Rock, Texas took its name in 1854. The report includes descriptions of the Texas landscape and unique geography of the area.
Date: 1971?
Creator: Ledbetter, Mrs. John W. & Gregg, Mrs. D. B.
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

Index to Contract Book

Description: This is the index for the Belford Contract books. The Belford Lumber Company was a well-known and respected business that operated in Georgetown, Texas, from 1891 until 1967. This company built some of the most architecturally and historically significant buildings and homes in Georgetown. C. S. Belford, the company’s founder, was known by other builders of his time as one of the best judges of construction in the state. The index has visible cloth tabs (on for each letter of the alphabet plus "Mc" and minus "X" and "Y" and "Z" share a tab). Smaller alphabet tabs are also visible at the bottom of the pages. On the backs of the pages that correspond with each letter (some are front and back) are a list of names (in Last, First format) with a short description of the job underneath ("Porch," "Addition to Residence," "Roof on Barn," "Hat Case," Sleeping Porch," etc). There is a bracket to the right of these lines and to the right of it is a number with a check mark next to it.
Date: [1910, 1919]
Creator: Belford, C. S.
Partner: Southwestern University

[Index to Contract Book]

Description: This is an index for the Belford Contract books. The Belford Lumber Company was a well-known and respected business that operated in Georgetown, Texas, from 1891 until 1967. This company built some of the most architecturally and historically significant buildings and homes in Georgetown. C. S. Belford, the company’s founder, was known by other builders of his time as one of the best judges of construction in the state. The index has visible cloth tabs (on for each letter of the alphabet plus "Mc" and minus "X" and "Y" and "Z" share a tab). Smaller alphabet tabs are also visible at the bottom of the pages. On the backs of the pages that correspond with each letter (some are front and back) are a list of names (in Last, First format) with a short description of the job underneath ("Tin roof," "Residence," "Filling Station," "Store Room," Sleeping Porch," etc). There is a bracket to the right of these lines and to the right of it is a number with (usually) a check mark next to it. There is a loose page pasted on a brown backing that is has prices for various construction supplies.
Date: [1910,1919]
Creator: Belford, C. S.
Partner: Southwestern University