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[Article from the Brady Standard]

Description: Two clippings from The Brady Standard newspaper; an article giving details about the historical marker dedication ceremonies and identifying the individuals who attended.
Date: September 30, 1988
Creator: The Brady Standard
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

[Article from The Brady Herald]

Description: A clipping from The Brady Herald which reports that the Evangelical Free Church of Melvin will "be the first church in McCulloch County to receive an historical marker" in upcoming historical marker dedication ceremonies with excerpts from greetings sent to the church from the superintendent of the South Central District of the Evangelical Free Church of America in which he expresses the hope that "the day will be both a day of remembrance and a day of rejoicing in what this church has meant and continues to mean..."
Date: September 20, 1988
Creator: The Brady Herald
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

[Historical Marker Dedication Program for the East Sweden Presbyterian Church, Texas]

Description: Historical Marker Dedication Program for ceremonies held 1990-03-24 that recites the history of the church, including the fact that most of the East Sweden settlers in the 1880s were Lutherans but, because they could not find a Lutheran minister, they responded to a traveling Presbyterian minister, became Presbyterians, and then built the original East Sweden Presbyterian Church in 1891.
Date: March 24, 1990
Creator: Hurd, Bobbye
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

[Los Nogales Historic Marker]

Description: Photograph of the historic marker for the Los Nogales structure located in Seguin, Texas. The historic marker describes the history behind both the property and structure, including who owned it, and when it was designated as a landmark.
Date: March 1991
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Location Info:
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Moore House]

Description: Photograph of a historic house located in Seguin, Texas. The house is constructed of wood and painted white with green accents. There is a large porch with white columns that wraps around the exterior of the building. A historic marker plaque can be seen near the entrance to the home.
Date: May 1986
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Location Info:
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Plantation Style House]

Description: Photograph of a historic plantation style house located in Seguin, Texas. The house is two stories, painted white, and constructed of wood. A large balcony is located on the second story and there is a large porch with a historic marker plaque on the front of the house. A yard containing several large bushes and trees is pictured surrounding the house.
Date: May 1986
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Historical Plaque for Women's Club House]

Description: Photograph of a Texas Historical Marker plaque placed on the Women's Clubhouse located in Seguin, Texas. The plaque describes the history behind the house, how it was built, the style of architecture, and what the house was used for.
Date: May 1986
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Location Info:
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Spanish Governor's Palace in San Antonio]

Description: Photograph of the Spanish Governor's Palace located at 105 Plaza de Armas in San Antonio, Texas. The building appears to be constructed of adobe and has six flags flying in front of the building. A statue is located to the left of the building and on the right side of the entrance a historical marker is mounted on the front of the building.
Date: unknown
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Location Info:
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Postcard of Treue der Union Monument, Comfort, Texas]

Description: Postcard of the Treue der Union Civil War monument in Comfort, Texas. The postcard features a photograph of a light-colored stone monument sitting on a small grassy hill, surrounded by a rope fence with small stone posts. Behind the monument, there is a tall tree. The back of the postcard is blank except for postcard markings.
Date: unknown
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

[Sign Outside of Catholic Church in Czestochowa, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the front of the Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church located in Czestochowa, Texas. There is a sign outside of the entrance that describes the history of the church and how it was founded. On top of the sign is a cross that states it is from the steeple of the original church. The church can be seen in the background behind the sign and is painted white with windows and a small statue above the entrance.
Date: August 1981
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Location Info:
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Description of Treue Der Union Civil War Monument]

Description: Typewritten description of the Treue der Union monument in Comfort, Texas, for the Kendall County Historical Marker sign. The description includes a brief history behind the monument, and the German Union soldiers who honored their fallen comrades by burying them at the site. The description also provides a translation of the monument's name to "Loyalty to the Union." Three photographs also accompany the typewritten description.
Date: 1968
Creator: Texas Historical Survey Committee
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

Early Swedish Settlers

Description: Historical survey of the history of Swedish communities in McCulloch County, especially the East Sweden area and Soldiers Waterhole historic marker. This report contains compiled stories, correspondence, and tables.
Date: 1971/1972
Creator: McCulloch County Historical Survey Committee
Partner: McCulloch County Historical Commission

[Historic Marker at Indianola, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a historic marker in Indianola, Texas which served as an entry port for German immigrants in the mid 19th century. The marker is made of stone and is surrounded by bluebonnets and other miscellaneous foliage.
Date: May 1957
Creator: Streng, Evelyn Fiedler
Partner: Texas Lutheran University

[Photograph of John Ben Shepperd Standing with Historical Marker]

Description: Photograph of two older middle-aged men in dark suits standing on either side of a large Texan Historical Marker with the title, "The Pecos Cantaloupe." The man on the left has graying dark hair, dark-rimmed clear glasses, a red-striped tie. The man on the right, who has lighter gray hair, is turned to the left, slightly away from the camera and is also wearing a red tie. The marker is made of shiny silver metal and dark metal, with a large block of text below the title and the Texan historical marker insignia at the top of the marker. The men and marker are right in front a tall, cream-colored stone wall with a tall window on the left side.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas Permian Basin

[Photograph of Madge and Max Daniel With Historical Marker]

Description: Photograph of a small group of elderly people standing around a Historic Marker sign at the corner of a small one-story building with white and brown wood siding. The marker reads, "First Baptist Church," and has a block of text with information about the church. The building has blue and yellow stained glass windows. A white haired man wearing a light grey suit is standing directly to the right of the sign and is holding a black plastic trash bag. A brown-haired woman in a brown skirt-suit is standing to his right, and on the other side of the sign, a white-haired elderly woman in a red plaid skirt-suit stands with her arms behind her back.
Date: unknown
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.