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The MK and T : Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway.

Description: Map shows railroads connecting to the MK and T, Native American reservations in "Indian Territory," and New mexico, military outposts, and mountain ranges. Includes "List of the cities, towns, and stations located on the line of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway in Texas", information on Texas and select Texas counties, and a schedule for major station stops en route between Texas cities and Chicago. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [2,851,000].
Date: [1890..1910]
Creator: Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Company
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

A B C of Truck Growing

Description: This bulletin outlines the methods and best practices of commercial truck farming in the state of Texas. It provides an A to Z list of various crops and detailed information on cultivating each one.
Date: September 1910
Creator: Dixon, Sam H.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Men and Boy

Description: Copy negative of a group of men standing outdoors with a little boy standing on the left. One of the men has bullets strapped to him. There are other men sitting on the left by a fence with produce and a sign.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Photograph of Lectureship]

Description: Photograph of a large group of men forming the first unofficial lectureship at Abilene Christian College. The photograph has been taken from above and the men can be seen looking up toward the camera. Among those identified include: J.S. Banner, George Harvey Sr., Archie B. Baxley, D. Coffman, J.C. White, A.R. Lawrence, Lee Coffman, Sally Nichols, U.G. Wilkinson, A.H. McGarock, Price Billingsley, Steve Powers, James Powers.
Date: 1910
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

[Men Standing in Front of Train]

Description: Copy negative of a group of men standing in front of a train. According to accompanying information, the train is identified as a Mexican train by the name of "Nor-Oeste de Mexico." The locomotive is identified as the Ferrocarril del Noroeste which primarily ran between the Mexican states Sonora and Sinaloa. A uniformed soldier stands at the front of the engine.
Date: unknown
Partner: El Paso Public Library

El Atila del sur

Description: Novel with illustrations consisting of line drawings, photographic reproductions, and cartoons. It provides anecdotal information and interviews as well as a fictionalized account of his life. The work focuses not only on Zapata’s military achievements, but also personal information. Includes text of El Plan de Ayala, Zapata's manifesto on land reform.
Date: 1913
Creator: Ribot, Hector
Partner: University of Texas at El Paso

Calendar page

Description: Front page of calendar, found in the room in which O. Henry passed away, with June (month of death) showing.
Date: June 1910
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Postcard of Mexican Rebel Army]

Description: Postcard of a photograph of large expanse of rocky, desert mountains. Horses and men mill across a hillside. On man stands on a large rock, looking out over the landscape. Handwritten notes at the top of the postcard identifies the group as the Mexican rebel army. The other side of the postcard is blank except for postcard markings.
Date: [1910..1920]
Partner: Howard Payne University Library

[Postcard of Rebel Chiefs in Conference]

Description: Postcard of a photograph of a group of men in dark jackets, riding pants, riding boots, and hats (some of them sombreros) sitting and standing in a tight circle. Several of the men hold long rifles, propped with the butts on the ground, and wear bullet belts across their chests. The group is on a rocky, dusty hillside dotted with sparse scrub-brush. Handwritten notes at the top of the postcard identifies them as rebel chiefs in conference. The other side of the postcard is blank except for postcard markings and a stamp reading, "Leslie A. Boone."
Date: [1910..1920]
Partner: Howard Payne University Library

[Postcard of Centennial Mexican Flag]

Description: Postcard of an illustration of the Mexican flag bearing the portraits of two older men, one on the green section of the flag and one on the red section of the flag, with a scrolling banner at the bottom reading, "Centenario De Nuestra Independencia." The dates 1810 and 1910 are below the flag. The name Miguel Hidalgo Y Gostilla is under the portrait on the green section, while the name Porfirio Diaz is under the portrait on the right. The other side of the postcard is blank except for postcard markings.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Howard Payne University Library