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[Train pulling into Monterrey Station]

Description: Monterrey's Union station in the "Glory Days of Steam" January 1920. In this era, it was one of the finest railroad passenger depots in Mexico. This station had ten stub-end tracks. There were sixteen through passenger trains daily, inbound and outbound. In addition, there were trains originating at Monterrey, such as those to Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Realta, Saltillo and Tampico. The track in the foreground was a portion of Monterrey's electric street railway system. The paralleling track in the background was the main line of the National Railways of Mexico coming into Monterrey from Tampico.
Date: January 1920
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Letter to Regulo Riviera and draft of an article for the Johnson/Humphrey Texas Campaigner]

Description: The front is a letter addressed to Regulo Riviera of the US Consulate in Monterey, Mexico, regarding the visa application of a student. The letter is partially written in short-hand. On the back is the draft of the short article for the Johnson-Humphrey Texas Campaigner describing the contributions of Latin Americans.
Date: unknown
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Postcard from Terry Serna to John J. Herrera - 1962-07-16]

Description: Postcard to John J. Herrera from Terry Serna that reads: "Hi Johnny! Still in the convention mood. Having a ball before returning to the grind! Terry Serna." The front of the postcard has the image of of a waterfall with people in the foreground. The image is identified on the back of the postcard as "Cascada La Cola De Caballo, Horsetail Falls near Monterrey. Monterrey, N. L., Mexico"
Date: July 13, 1962
Creator: Serna, Terry
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Postcard from El Rey Bonito to John J. Herrera]

Description: Postcard to John J. Herrera from El Rey Bonito is postmarked Monterrey, Mexico. The image on the front of the card is a building that is identified on the reverse of the card as "Palacio de Gobierno. Monterrey, N.L., Mexico." The handwritten notes reads, "Greeting to you Mr. Herrera. Regards to Miss Hernandez Mr. Fielder y al abogados Pansas El Lic Tazzo el chofer d Welch Ortiz El Rey Bonito".
Date: unknown
Creator: Bonito, El Rey
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Letter from Jim Wright to Regulo Riviera - July 5, 1965]

Description: Letter from Jim Wright, House of Representatives, 12th District, Texas, to Regulo Rivera, American Consul, American Consulate General, Monterrey, N.L., Mexico with a copy to John J. Herrera, asking help obtaining an immigrant visa for Francisco Javier Lopez Molinero.
Date: July 5, 1965
Creator: Wright, Jim, 1922-
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

Plan of Monterey [Mexico] from actual survey

Description: Map shows routes of U. S. troops in and around Monterrey, Mexico during the Mexican War; street names, buildings, fortifications, and agricultural fields. Includes "explanation" and three illustrations of buildings. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1847
Creator: Norman, C. R.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[John Arthur and Byron Lee Tarver in School Uniforms]

Description: Photograph of John Arthur (left) and Byron Lee Tarver (right) posing together wearing their school uniforms. They are standing on a grass lawn in front of a stucco wall and have their hands clasped behind their backs. The uniform includes a white shirt and slacks, navy jacket, and a white cap with a dark brim. Each boy has a medal pinned over the left breast of his jacket. Handwritten text on the back of the photo says: "John Arthur Tarver, Byron Lee Tarver, with their medals received for the year 1964-1965 in Fraco. Picture taken in back yard at home in Col. de Valle Monterrey, N. L. Mexico."
Date: 1965
Partner: Private Collection of the Tarver Family

[Tarver Siblings Posing in Yard]

Description: Photograph of the Tarver siblings and their cousin posed together in a yard, in front of several plants and bushes. They are, from left to right: Byron Lee, Paula (Daniels), and John Arthur in the back; Lawrence Alden and Carol Lynn in the front. The older boys are wearing suits and neckties, the girls are wearing dresses, and the youngest boy is wearing a sweater and slacks with a bowtie.
Date: 1966
Partner: Private Collection of the Tarver Family

[Tarver Siblings Posing on Stairs]

Description: Photograph of the four Tarver siblings and their cousin posing in two rows on stone stairs in front of a house that has a large sliding-glass door and a window. The two older boys -- John Arthur (left) and Byron (right) -- are standing on either side of Paula and are wearing school uniforms that include dark-colored blazers and billed caps. The younger siblings in the front row are Lawrence (left) and Carol Lynn (right).
Date: 1965~
Partner: Private Collection of the Tarver Family

[Tarver Family Christmas Card, 1966]

Description: Christmas postcard from the Tarver family including a small photo of the children on the left, two black-and-white illustrations of stained-glass windows depicting Mary, Joseph, and baby Jesus on the left, and the words "una feliz navidad y un año nuevo pleno de ventura" underneath. In the photograph, the Tarver siblings and their cousin are posed together in a yard, in front of several plants and bushes. They are, from left to right: Byron Lee, Paula (Daniels), and John Arthur in the back; Lawrence Alden and Carol Lynn in the front. A handwritten note at the bottom of the card says, "Arthur, Byron, Lynn, Larry, Paula, Wendell, & Janie."
Date: December 1966
Partner: Private Collection of the Tarver Family

[Photograph of the Tarver Family Out-of-Doors]

Description: Photograph of the Tarver siblings and their mother posing together in Monterrey, Mexico. They are wearing dressy clothes and are standing on a lawn in front of bushes and buildings in the background. From left to right: John Arthur, Mary Jane (Daniels), and Byron Lee (back row); Carol Lynn and Lawrence Alden (front row).
Date: November 1966
Partner: Private Collection of the Tarver Family
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