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Casing Point or Strainer.

Description: Patent for casing point or strainer "particularly adapted for use in oil and Artesian wells... which will permit free circulation of the liquid around the lower portion of the casing and free and easy entrance of the same into the casing, and yet will prevent entrance of sand and gravel into the casing" (Lines 12-22).
Date: May 13, 1902
Creator: Carlson, Andrew Edward.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Well-Screen

Description: Patent for a well screen to prevent the entrance of sand or gravel into the wall of a deep well.
Date: June 18, 1907
Creator: Stancliff, George W.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Sand-Screen for Wells.

Description: Patent for a sand-screen for wells "to provide a simple and efficient device adapted for use on ordinary well-tubing, the same being capable of construction and repair at small cost, being readily attachable to and removable from the tubing, and having means for effectually excluding sand from the inlet end of the tubing, while permitting the free inflow of water therethrough" (lines 9-17).
Date: April 26, 1902
Creator: Jackson, Stokeley & Thompson, Neals
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Danevang Lutheran Church Congregration at Oil Well]

Description: Copy print of the Danevang Lutheran Church congregation at the sight of the first oil well drilling at Clemville, Texas. They surround a pool of water surrounded by a plot of land that is mostly sediment and dirt. Some of the people carry umbrellas, and the majority wear formal attire. Included in the group are also children. On the far right, there appears to be a pipe blowing a black liquid unto the water.
Date: 1930/1950
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Rice Water Well

Description: Copy negative of Otto Bram on his farm in Wharton County, Texas. In the photograph, Bram and an unknown man are standing next to a rice irrigation well.
Date: 1953
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society