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[Diary of Edith Marguerite Bonnet]

Description: Diary of Edith Marguerite Bonnet, presented to her Christmas 1918 by Hamilton M. Bonnet. According to the first page she began entries in January 1919, and covers events up until 1972; pages 140 to the end of the diary are left empty.
Date: 1919-01/1972
Creator: Bonnet, Edith Marguerite
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Portrait of Palo Cummings]

Description: Photograph of a man wearing a suit and hat and holding a small child. The man is identified as Palo Cummings and the child is his daughter, Edith. They are seated outside in a large, open field.
Date: January 15, 1919
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[A man working at a desk]

Description: Photograph titled "Beatrice, Nebr. Jan. 1919" as written below the image. The photograph shows a man seated behind a desk. The man, who is wearing a dark vest, white shirt, and a dark tie, is holding an ink pen in his right hand. There are several bottles of ink, stacks of papers, rolls of paper, and stamps and stamp pads on the desk top. There is a light fixture at top and drapes (pulled back) in the background. Written on back in pencil: "41".
Date: January 1919
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Funeral Program for Rosia L. Lee, December 8, 2012)

Description: Funeral program for Rosie L. Lee, born January 18, 1919 and died December 3, 2012. The funeral was held December 8, 2012 at Wheatley Heights Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. L.A. Williams. Funeral arrangements were made through Lewis Funeral Home and she was buried in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery near San Antonio, Texas.
Date: December 8, 2012
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[Children With Bicycle and Hoop,]

Description: Dated "Jan 10, 1919", this picture was contained in an envelope postmarked "Aug. 4 '75", and addressed to A. F. Weaver Photography from Charles W. [Windell] Simonds. Handwriting on the envelope indicates it was from a short-wave "Ham' radio operator correspondent and friend of Mr. Weaver. Notes on the envelope indicate the picture was probably taken by the correspondent's father, Clarence Winfield Simonds. The sign on the tree at the left edge of the picture indicates this was the Vance Villa (Rooming House) in a residential part of town. (Vance Villa is listed in the 1914 City Director of Mineral Wells at 811 N. College, which is now NW 5th Avenue.) Note the hoop held by the child on the left, while the boy on the right appears to be holding a unicycle--or, perhaps, an early bicycle whose rear wheel is not visible..
Date: January 10, 1919
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[A House in Mineral Wells]

Description: Writing on the side of the negative reads: "Vance Villa, Jan. 10, 1919, Mineral Wells." (The 1914 Mineral Wells City Directory lists Vance Villa at 811 N. College, which is now NW 5th Avenue. Mineral Wells actually did have a school in the 1890's, located at the corner of 5th Avenue and Hubbard Street.) This picture is one of 17 (4"X4") negatives that were found in an envelope from Charles W. Simonds (Route 5, Box 43, Norman, Oklahoma, 73069) and addressed to A.F. Weaver Photography. It is postmarked "Aug. 4, 1975." Some telephone numbers and the remark: "Father - C.W. Simonds (Clarence Winfield)" also appeared on the envelope.
Date: January 10, 1919
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[Soldiers Pay Record Book]

Description: Soldiers pay record book from World War I belonging to Andrew Jensen. Information recorded includes total monthly pay, deductions, net monthly pay, date paid, and the name of the quartermaster making the payment. According to the title page, this book was carried by the soldier for his own records. The book indicates that Jensen's total monthly wages were $33.00, and his net monthly pay, after $7.00 deducted for insurance, was $26.00. His monthly pat later went up to $40.20 total and $33.20 net. Jensen was drafted into the National Army on September 19, 1917 and reported to Bay City, Texas. The pay book was opened on January 1, 1919, and he returned to the U.S. from foreign service on June 15,1919. He applied for War Risk Insurance in the amount of $10,000.
Date: January 1, 1919
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Funeral Program for Deacon Oliver T. Cross, June 4, 1986]

Description: Funeral program for Deacon Oliver T. Cross, born January 21, 1919 and died May 30, 1986. The funeral was held June 4, 1986 at Second Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. S. H. James. Funeral arrangements were made through Sutton-Sutton Mortuary, Inc. and he was buried in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery near San Antonio, Texas.
Date: June 4, 1986
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

Scouting, Volume 7, Number 1, January 2, 1919

Description: Weekly publication of the Boy Scouts of America, written for Boy Scout leaders, officials, and others interested in the work of the Scouts. It includes articles about events and activities, updates from the national headquarters, topical columns and essays, and news from various chapters nationwide.
Date: January 1, 1919
Creator: Boy Scouts of America
Partner: Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum

Scouting, Volume 7, Number 5, January 30, 1919

Description: Weekly publication of the Boy Scouts of America, written for Boy Scout leaders, officials, and others interested in the work of the Scouts. It includes articles about events and activities, updates from the national headquarters, topical columns and essays, and news from various chapters nationwide.
Date: January 30, 1919
Creator: Boy Scouts of America
Partner: Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum

Scouting, Volume 7, Number 3, January 16, 1919

Description: Weekly publication of the Boy Scouts of America, written for Boy Scout leaders, officials, and others interested in the work of the Scouts. It includes articles about events and activities, updates from the national headquarters, topical columns and essays, and news from various chapters nationwide.
Date: January 16, 1919
Creator: Boy Scouts of America
Partner: Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum

Scouting, Volume 7, Number 4, January 23, 1919

Description: Weekly publication of the Boy Scouts of America, written for Boy Scout leaders, officials, and others interested in the work of the Scouts. It includes articles about events and activities, updates from the national headquarters, topical columns and essays, and news from various chapters nationwide.
Date: January 23, 1919
Creator: Boy Scouts of America
Partner: Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum

[Downtown Mineral Wells, Texas : January 11, 1919]

Description: Downtown Mineral Wells, Texas is shown here, as taken on January 11, 1919. The first Crazy Hotel is the prominent building in the right middle portion of the picture. The first Roman Catholic Church can be seen on the side of West Mountain in the upper middle of the picture and the old High School, the "Little Rock School", and the West Ward School are at the base of West Mountain in the far upper left part of the picture. The Dr. A.W. Thompson home is at the foot of East Mountain in the lower middle foreground of the picture. The wide street in the left middle of the picture is NW 2nd Street, looking west. The First Presbyterian Church is the domed building on the right of 2nd Street at NW 4th Avenue, near the far end of NW 2nd Street.
Date: January 11, 1919
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

Famous Well by Lake Pinto

Description: Photograph of a brick building with three columns holding up an overhang. To the left of this building is a tin building with "Famous Well" written on a plank beside its door. Trees cover a rocky hill behind the buildings.
Date: January 10, 1919
Creator: A. F. Weaver Photography
Partner: Palo Pinto County Historical Association

[Back of El Paso Post Office]

Description: Photograph of the back of a U.S. Post Office building in El Paso, Texas, taken from the northwest corner. It is a two-story white stone building with many tall windows along the north and west sides of the building, several of which have decorative designs above them. Handwritten text on the back of the photo says "January 1st 1919, Looking East."
Date: January 1919
Location Info:
Partner: El Paso Public Library

Scouting, Volume 7, Number 2, January 9, 1919

Description: Weekly publication of the Boy Scouts of America, written for Boy Scout leaders, officials, and others interested in the work of the Scouts. It includes articles about events and activities, updates from the national headquarters, topical columns and essays, and news from various chapters nationwide.
Date: January 9, 1919
Creator: Boy Scouts of America
Partner: Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum