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[A portrait of Helen Edmunds Moore]

Description: A formal portrait of Helen Edmunds Moore. Mrs. Moore wears a strand of pearls and earrings with a dark dress. She has a corsage on her left shoulder. Her hair is cut short. Based on other photographs in the collection, this portrait was probably taken while she served in the Texas Legislature (1928-1936).
Date: [1928..1936]
Partner: Moore Memorial Public Library


Description: Map shows early twentieth century Texas railroads, major cities, towns, counties. "Electric Lines" shown in red. Inset: [Map of the Texas Panhandle]. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:292,000].
Date: 1928
Creator: George F. Cram Company
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Castle Exterior

Description: Copy photograph of castle ruins surrounded by several US Military servicemen. The castle is comprised of one tower and several smaller structures, all in ruins and covered with foliage. There are three automobiles in front of the tower.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Ira Trotter]

Description: Ira W. Trotter was the husband of Edith Trotter and the brother of Mrs. Carroll Huddleston of Houston. He died 30 January 1970 at the age of 67. He attended Cheyenne public schools, Blackstone Military Academy, West Point and Rice University. He received his law degree from Colorado University and practiced law in Houston from 1928-1938 before returning to Wyoming to operate a large ranch near Chugwater. This photo was included in the Pells-Trotter collection of photos and memorabilia which was donated to the Palestine Public Library.
Date: [1928..1938]
Partner: Palestine Public Library

[Cuellar Cafe interior with frame]

Description: Photograph of family members inside the Cuellar Café restaurant located in Kaufman, Texas. Two men and two women stand behind the counter. A woman stands next to the counter stools in front of the restaurant tables and chairs. Written on back of the photograph: "Cuellar Cafe, Kaufman, TX 1928 - Carolina (sister), Frank Cuellar Sr., Julia Cuellar, Isabel, Amos (brother). This place originated in June 7, 1928".
Date: 1928
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections