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[Douglas Clark prepares for Christmas]

Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is from the early 1940s and is shot in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Douglas Clark prepares for Christmas. Doug is the son of Wade Hampton "Junebug" Clark, Jr. Doug studied agriculture at Lincoln Memorial University. He went to work managing farms in Brazil for R.J. Reynolds Company and then became a lobbyist for the Tobacco industry.
Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Douglas Clark with Christmas Tree]

Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is from the early 1940s and is shot in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Douglas Clark prepares for Christmas and is sitting by the tree. Doug is the son of Wade Hampton "Junebug" Clark, Jr. Doug studied agriculture at Lincoln Memorial University. He went to work managing farms in Brazil for R.J. Reynolds Company and then became a lobbyist for the Tobacco industry.
Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Yule-tide Greetings]

Description: Color postcard with an image of a young girl dressed in white with holly surrounding her. Below the image is the text, "Yule-tide Greetings." The correspondence on the back reads, "Dec 23rd, 1911, Dear Rosa may this be a joyful Xmas time to you. Hope Santa Claus has remembered you bountifully. You and Mama must come and see our baby niece Eugenia. Lovingly Ada and Ida Reed." The postcard is addressed to Rosa Louise Dill, 527 S. 18th, Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on Dec 23, 1911.
Date: 1911
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[To Greet You]

Description: Color postcard with a Christmas greeting. The text reads, "To Greet You, A Merry Christmas To Rosa Louise From Mr. & Mrs. Spinney." The correspondence on the back reads, "Dear Rosa Louise; Hope Santa has been good to you and sent you lots of pretty things. Lovingly Mrs. Spinney." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa L. Dill, 527 S. 18th St., Paris, Texas. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on Dec 23, 1911.
Date: 1911
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

To Wish You a Happy Christmas

Description: Hand-colored photo postcard picturing an arrangement of three pink and yellow orchids with "To Wish You a Happy Christmas" printed above them. Correspondence reads, "Dear Little Rosa I wish you a happier Xmas and a happie new year and a very well spent life and your mother and father will be proud of One I will be proud to hear of. wish all good wishes I am yours very truly Rass" It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise D Paris, Texas
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Photograph of a Christmas Tree in the Kammlah House]

Description: Photograph of a Christmas tree in the Kammlah House in the Pioneer Museum in Fredericksburg, Texas. The tree is decorated with hearts and gingerbread men, and there is a Santa Claus in front of it, along with some wrapped presents. There is a sign above the fireplace that says Home Sweet Home, and there is a wreath on the wall above it.
Date: 1986
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Portrait of Williams Family on Christmas Day]

Description: Posed group photo taken on a porch of the Williams family on Christmas Day, 1925. None of the individuals are identified. The house number is 801. (Note House Number is actually 1801). Entered on back in black and blue ink: Christmas Day Dec. 25th 1925 Williams Family (Williams family written twice on back , once in blue ink in bottom left corner, once in green ink in top right corner).
Date: December 25, 1925
Partner: Denton Public Library

Nativity scene print

Description: Color print of Christian nativity scene. Mary with baby Jesus in manger at center. Three kings with gifts are on the left side. A shepherd with animals is on the right. A bright star shines above Mary. The piece appears to have been clipped from a magazine. The advertising on the back of this image is for Elgin watches, dated 1922.
Date: 1920/1930
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum