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[5" Gun Crew Manning "E" Gun]

Description: Photograph of a 5" gun crew manning Gun 16 during S.B.B.P. in October 1929. This is one of the ship's long guns, and it takes a large crew to adequately manage it, there is even a stripe painted on the deck that the crew operates around; most of the men in this photo are standing and watching the crew.
Date: October 1929
Partner: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

[The interior of the Post Office Grocery.]

Description: Photograph (copy) of the interior of the Post Office Grocery. Standing in the store are five men identified from left to right as: Ben Garcia, Frank Walenta, E. W. Luksa, Sam Epstein, Vince Nesvadba. Wooden shelves can be seen on the left wall with bins of items toward bottom. A table of goods sits on the left with baskets of produce in front of it. A sack of flour is on the floor in the far left corner of photo. The back of the store has a sign that reads: Post Office Cash Grocery. A counter with a scale in the middle is also on the back area. To the right are more shelves with stacked cans of goods. A glass counter with candies is to the bottom right corner of photograph. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: 1929
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Menu from the XIII International Physiological Congress, Boston 1929 and Two Tickets from The Philosophical Society of Texas for Dr. Meyer Bodansky and Mrs. Meyer Bodansky - August 22, 1929]

Description: Menu from the XIII International Physiological Congress Boston of 1929 including two tickets granted by The Philosophical Society of Texas to Dr. Meyer Bodansky and Mrs. Meyer Bodansky.
Date: August 22, 1929
Creator: International Physiological Congress.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Amanda Wedell Pike]

Description: A photograph of Amanda Wedell Pike standing outdoors in front of bushes and trees. A building can be seen in the background. Ms. Pike is wearing a drop-waisted dress with dark shoes and stockings. On the back of the photograph is written: "Amanda Wedell Pike."
Date: [1920..1929]
Partner: Moore Memorial Public Library