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Oriental Man Pulling Cart

Description: Copy negative of an unidentified man of Asian descent pulling a cart on a dirt street with two bails of unidentified grass on it. In the background, there are other people looking towards the camera.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Three Children With A Goat-Cart]

Description: Photograph of three children in a cart pulled by a goat in front of a brick house. One is standing next to the cart, while the other two are sitting in the cart. Signs on the cart read "Austin" and "1924". A red paper heart has been cut out and affixed to the upper right corner of the photo.
Date: 1924
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Children's Train]

Description: Photograph of a mini train for children at theater located at 5601 North Lamar Boulevard. On the the engine where the conductor sits, an illustration of a Native American with a headdress can be seen painted on the side. Four children of varying ages can be seen riding in the cars of the train, which have animal cutouts placed on them for decoration. A train tunnel with a field beyond it can be seen in the back ground, and crossing signal light can be seen to the right.
Date: November 4, 1961
Creator: Mears, Dewey G.
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Women with Wheelbarrow]

Description: Photograph of two young women, wearing identical dresses and hats, in front of a buggy. One of the women is holding the handles of a wheelbarrow, while the other woman is sitting in the wheelbarrow.
Date: unknown
Creator: Mugg, Kilo
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

Barrel Truck.

Description: Patent for a new and improved barrel cart. This design "is to provide an improved barrel rack or truck which can be conveniently and easily loaded and transported from place to place; to provide means for assisting in loading the barrel or receptacle on the truck and for retaining the same on the truck against danger of accidental displacement while the truck and its contents are being moved or transported, and to provide an improved truck which shall be very simple, strong, and durable in construction, thoroughly effective in operation, and cheap and inexpensive of manufacture" (lines 14-26).
Date: July 13, 1886
Creator: Williams, William Preston
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Log-Cart.

Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvement sin log carts, including instructions and illustrations.
Date: February 20, 1900
Creator: Bender, Gustave
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Three women posing with wooden cart]

Description: Photograph of three women posing with a wooden cart. They are identified as Gay Eads, Blanch, Crouch, and LaNora Sherwood. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the cart is a city meat market "hack" that was used to deliver meat. Two of the women are riding on the back of the cart as the other is pretending to pull it forward, and there are houses in the distance behind them.
Date: 1912/1915
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

Sulky.

Description: Patent for improvements in sulkies by using materials such as curved springs, cross-bar and braces to support the body of the vehicle and making it rigid, with a sturdy frame, the sulky would vibrate freely in every direction. Illustration is included.
Date: July 28, 1891
Creator: Harper, William D.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Working on Well

Description: Photograph of men working on the Hendrick #13 oil well in Winkler County, Texas. A horse drawn cart is visible parked next to the well.
Date: unknown
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

Children with Goat Cart

Description: Copy negative of two images. The photograph on the left shows young boys, two in suits, posing with a teddy bear. Printed at the bottom of the frame is, "Forrest Studio, Inc. 209 Alamo Plaza. San Antonio, Texas." The photograph on the right shows two young boys sitting in a cart pulled by goats. On the cart is "Brownsville, 1926".
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Austin's First Ambulance

Description: Photograph of Austin's first ambulance taken at 33rd and Speedway streets. The ambulance is horse-drawn and on the side, in addition to a cross, is a small plaque that reads "V.O. Weed." On the back of the photograph there is a note that reads "Mr. Bob Weed says that the body of this horse-drawn ambulance was removed and motorized with the coming of the auto-mobile, therefore it became Austin's first real ambulance."
Date: 1910
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Austin's First Ambulance

Description: Photograph of a horse-drawn ambulance taken at 33rd and Speedway streets. On the side of the ambulance, in addition to a cross, is a small plaque that reads "V.O. Weed." The body of this horse-drawn ambulance was removed and motorized with the coming of the automobile, therefore it became Austin's first real ambulance.
Date: 1910
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library