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[Postcard of Gatesville, Texas High School Exterior]

Description: Postcard with a photo of the exterior of Gatesville High School on the front. The school is at least three-stories tall, with windows along each story, and a steep flight of steps leading up to the entrance. There is a partition wall running parallel to the front of the school, and several large trees blocking another building adjoining the school. Clouds are visible in the sky in the background, and a grassy lawn in the foreground. On the back are the postcard markings with a short description of the photo and the photographer's name.
Date: unknown
Creator: John A. Stryker
Partner: Private Collection of Mary Newton Maxwell

[Souvenir Folding Post Card]

Description: Souvenir folding postcard originating from Mineral Wells, Texas. The folding postcard features a drawing of a Native American man wearing a headdress and two one cent stamps on the front. When opened, two photographs of Mineral Wells are visible. The first photograph is a birds-eye view of the town, while the second is a photograph of Oak Street.
Date: July 1923
Partner: Mineral Wells Heritage Association

[Booth Selling Cajun Souvenirs]

Description: Photograph of a booth selling Cajun souvenirs at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. W.T. Oliver (right), co-chairman of Cajun Country, is standing in front of the booth, shaking hands with a festival participant. Several participants are behind the booth, selling crawfish pins for $1.75 and Cajun t-shirts for $2.50.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Creator: Smith, Jim
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Design for a Badge or Medal.

Description: Design patent for a round souvenir badge or medal that has an image of a star on the front with a portrait in the center, and rays emanating toward the outside edge used for text. The back of the medal has an image of the Texas state capitol and spaces for additional text. The design also includes a suspending-bar shaped as a bald eagle with spread wings, holding crossed rifles.
Date: December 6, 1887
Creator: Maxcy, John Wharton
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Woman Helping Visitors at Souvenir and Information Booth]

Description: Photograph of a woman helping festival visitors at the Institute of Texan Cultures Information and Souvenirs booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. The dark-haired woman is behind the booth, across from three festival visitors who are visible from behind. Hats, festival t-shirts, and buttons are hanging up all over the booth. Small signs are displaying price information for each item.
Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Institute of Texan Cultures Kiosk]

Description: Photograph of the Institute of Texan Cultures Information and Souvenirs booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. The square booth has t-shirts and hats hanging up inside of it. Two visitors are standing on one side talking to one of the four booth workers. At the top on each side is a sign that reads, "Kiosk, Souvenirs & Information."
Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Ashtrays

Description: A small, smoky gray, square, glass ashtray with a picture of the Washington State Park Museum in the center. "Washington State Park Museum" is printed on it in gold lettering and a simple gold border surrounds the picture.
Date: unknown
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

Ashtray

Description: One of five square smoked glass commemorative ashtrays from Star of the Republic Museum opening in 1970; (c) similar to (b) except that top inscription is missing
Date: 1970~
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

Ashtrays

Description: Two smoked glass commemorative ashtrays from Star of the Republic Museum opening in 1970; circular with ruffled edges; gold printing on white background; Texas flag with "Capitol of Lone Star State" in center surrounded by images of 7 capitol buildings
Date: 1970~
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum