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Nut-Lock.

Description: Patent for a nut lock that has a washer divided on predetermined lines bent in a V-shaped fold line that provides attaching support. Identical sector-like portions of the nut lock have a curved edge that permit embedding in material through which a bolt is passed.
Date: April 11, 1916
Creator: Harding, William L.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Oral History Interview with Ruben Rosales, June 23, 2015

Description: Interview with Ruben Rosales from Pharr, TX. In the interview, Rosales discusses his childhood, military service, experiences with segregation and discrimination, the Pharr riot of 1971 and its' aftermath, police brutality, the Chicano movement, and politics.
Date: June 23, 2015
Creator: Rosales, Ruben; Enriquez, Sandra & Robles, David
Partner: TCU Mary Couts Burnett Library

[Scrapbook Page: Pharr, Texas Residential Section]

Description: Photographs of the residential area of Pharr, Texas. The top left photo is of a line of stores, including Pharr Drug Store and an ice cream stand. The top right photo is of men in military uniforms walking on a sidewalk near a large house. The bottom left photo is of a house next to the Methodist church, and the bottom right is a closer view of the Methodist church.
Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Partner: Museum of South Texas History

[Scrapbook Page: Co. I 23rd Infantry]

Description: Photographs of Co. I 23rd Infantry and camp. The top left photo is of military men setting up a camp, identified as "Brook Camp." The top right photo is of a large group of men marching in formation with tents in the background. The middle photo is of the Co. I 23rd Infantry, taken in Pharr, Texas on August 21, 1916, with handwritten labels identifying some of the men as missing, wounded, prisoner, or killed. The bottom left photo is of the camp kitchen, a fire pit with a pile of logs and pots next to it. The bottom right photo is of men in lines being issued ammunition for their rifles.
Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Partner: Museum of South Texas History

[Scrapbook Page: Pharr, Texas Scenes]

Description: Photographs of Pharr, Texas. The top left photo is of buildings in the distance. The top right photo is of The Shamrock Bar and Pharr Lunch Room building, with a sign on the side that says "Life Saving Station" and people sitting on the front porch. The middle photo is of a Gulf Coast Railroad train engine with a number 91 on it. The bottom left photo is of a building with a post office, Cage's Newsitorium, and Cage's Cigar Palace and Candies, with cars parked outside. The bottom right photo is of the Pharr train station with men standing around a wagon near stacks of boxes.
Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Partner: Museum of South Texas History

[Scrapbook Page: Military Camp Scenes]

Description: Photographs of events at a military camp. The top left photo shows a funeral procession with horse-drawn carriages and people walking on a dirt road. The top middle photo is of a baseball field lined with spectators for an Officers' ball game. The top right photo is of a uniform inspection for members of the National Guard. The bottom left photo is of two children sitting on a white horse with military barracks in the background. The bottom middle photo is of a group of men in a large swimming pool. The bottom right photo is of men disassembling a military camp, with the date identified as January 2, 1917.
Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Partner: Museum of South Texas History

[Scrapbook Page: Pharr, Texas Views]

Description: Photographs of different areas of Pharr, Texas. The top left photo is of a house near a dirt road, "Folsom's Home," according to a handwritten note. The top right photo is of a building with signs that say "Pharr Lunch Room" and "The Shamrock Bar," with horses outside. The middle left photo is of the Gawthrop's home, a two-story building with trees in the front yard. The bottom left photo is of a Methodist Church in Pharr. The bottom right photo is of a group of men in military uniforms, with a handwritten note that says "Fatigue Party."
Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Partner: Museum of South Texas History

[Scrapbook Page: Military Camp and Town]

Description: Photographs of different views of a military camp and the town nearby. The top photo is of a Mexican saloon with a sign that says "Bull Durham," and several other buildings in a row behind it. The middle left photo is of the brigade headquarters, a row of canvas tents. The middle right photo is of a man in a military uniform standing in front of a large cactus plant with Mexican women standing on either side of him. The bottom photo is of 1st Lieutenant R. Ireland stepping out of his canvas tent.
Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Partner: Museum of South Texas History

[Scrapbook Page: Pharr, Texas]

Description: Photographs of Pharr, Texas. The first three images at the top of the page are aerial views of the town of Pharr, with houses and barracks visible. The bottom left photo is of a military band marching down a dirt road, with a handwritten note: "Funeral of 3rd Tenn. private drowned in Lake Sardinia. On the bottom right is a cavalry walking on a dirt road into a city, with a drug store behind them and a handwritten note: "2nd F. A. passing thru Pharr."
Date: 1916/1917
Creator: Cook, Frank Lauderdale
Partner: Museum of South Texas History