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[Texas Ranger Captains]

Description: Four men standing behind a seated man on a porch. Back reads: "Texas Ranger Captains. Seated: Captain Dan Roberts. Standing L to R: Captain J. A. Brooks, Adjutant General W. W. Sterling, former Ranger Captain Frank A Hamer and Captain John R. Hughes."
Date: August 30, 1932
Creator: Ellison Photo Co.
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Texas Rangers]

Description: Group portrait of six men. Back reads: "Adjutant General W. W. Sterling with group of Rangers on steps of Capitol."
Date: unknown
Creator: Jordan-Ellison
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Texas Rangers]

Description: Group portrait of seven men on the steps of the Capitol. Back reads: "Adjutant General Sterling, Roxie and group of Rangers."
Date: unknown
Creator: Jordan-Ellison
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Rangers and sovereignty

Description: A book about Texas Rangers and the events they took part in. Some of the contents detail the battles that the Rangers fought in, the different criminals they dealt with, and some of the events in their own personal lives.
Date: 1914
Creator: Roberts, Dan W.
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Group portrait of Texas Rangers]

Description: Photograph of a group of Texas rangers. Each ranger is holding a rifle of their own. Identified on the back are Jim King, Bass Outlaw, Riley Boston, Charles Fusselman, -- Derbin, Ernest Rodgers, Charles Barton, Walter Jones, Bob Bell, Cal Aten, Captain frank Jones, Walter Durbin, JIm Robinson, and Frank Schmidt.
Date: 1932
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Captain Jeff; or, frontier life in Texas with the Texas Rangers

Description: From the title page: "Captain Jeff; or, frontier life in Texas with the Texas Rangers. Some unwritten history and facts in the thrilling experiences of frontier life. The battle and death of Big Foot, the noted Kiowa chief. The mortally wounding and dying confession of "Old Jape." The Comanchie, the most noted and bloodthirsty savages that ever depredated on the frontier of Texas. By one of the Nine, a member of Company "E" Texas Rangers."
Date: 1906
Creator: Maltby, William Jeff
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

[John Ryon]

Description: Tintype of John Ryon, a member of Terry's Texas Rangers. Man with dark hair parted on his right side. He has a dark mustache and beard. He is wearing a dark suit with bow tie. Scanned image is of a copy of the tintype.
Date: 1869
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Reunion of Terry's Texas Rangers]

Description: Photograph of the "Reunion of Terry's Texas Rangers". Six men are standing on the second step of a large set of wooden stairs. Man on far right is leaning on rail and has a cane in his right hand. There are several men and women standing on upper steps in the background. Photograph is mounted on a gray cardboard substrate and has "A Reunion of Terry's Texas Rangers" printed in ink at bottom of cardboard. Image dimensions are: 25.5 cm X 20.5 cm.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Reunion of Terry's Texas Rangers]

Description: Photograph copy of the Reunion of Terry's Texas Rangers dated 1908 in Houston, Texas. Group includes 62 men and 9 women. Front row of men are kneeling. Top of photo titled: Terry's Texas Rangers. C. S. A. Bottom reads: Terry's Texas Rangers Houston Nov. 10th 1908. Photograph is on 25.5 cm X 20.5 cm paper but image measures 24.4 cm X 8.3 cm. Names of members are listed at bottom. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: 1908
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

Texas Ranger Captain Joe Shely and wife, Mary Shely

Description: Photograph of Captain Joe and Mrs. Mary Shely, posed for a cabinet portrait, studio in Corpus Christi, Texas. The photo shows the couple from mid-chest up. Their heads are tilted together. Captain Shely has a bushy mustache and well-trimmed, dark hair. Mrs. Shely has tightly curled, dark hair. She is wearing a dark pleated dress or blouse with a broach at the neck. Captain Shely is wearing a dark suit with something other than a tie at the neck, possibly an ascot, with a white shirt collar. His top button is buttoned, making the neck tight. The next button is undone.
Date: unknown
Partner: Wilson County Historical Society

[Men and women kneeling around a stone]

Description: Photographic print of nine men and women kneeling around a stone with "D. Rugeley" painted on it in white. Another women is standing partially out of the frame at the left. According to a paper taped to the back of the image, the picture was probably taken at the site where John DeForest Rugeley was killed (Sept. 1862) at Woodbury, TN during the Civil War. Rugeley was in Co. B of Terry's Texas Rangers and was from Matagorda County. Rugeley's sister Minnie married Col. Philip E. Peareson and moved to Richmond in 1867. See paper on back of photo for additional family information. Substrate has been cropped close to image at bottom, right, and top sides. Substrate at left side is missing several large pieces. An 8.5 cm x 5.5 cm triangle is missing from the image at the center top. Upper right corner of image is missing. 4 cm semi-circular area is missing from image near bottom of right edge. Small triangular area is missing from image at bottom left.
Date: 1905
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Ira Aten, a Texas Ranger]

Description: Photograph (copy) of Ira Aten. Aten was a Texas Ranger. Aten, who has dark hair parted on his left side and a dark droopy mustache, is wearing a dark colored jacket (top button buttoned) with a white shirt and dark bow tie. His portrait ends just below the shoulders and has him facing slightly to his right. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

In the Line of Duty: Reflections of a Texas Ranger Private

Description: This book contains a series of anecdotes about Lewis Rigler's life, focusing on his time as a law enforcement officer in Texas. He discusses his life growing up, various cases that he worked on as a Texas Ranger, and general observations that he gained from his job. Index starts on page 181.
Date: 1995
Creator: Rigler, Lewis C., 1914- & Rigler, Judyth Wagner
Partner: UNT Press