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Aerial View of City

Description: Copy negative of an aerial view of Place de la Concorde in Paris, France. A body of water and a bridge that leads to it is in the foreground. In the background, there are buildings.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Trinosophes invitation, 1831]

Description: an invitation to de Zavala for a meeting of the Trinosophes, a French secret order. The document is corroborative evidence of Zavala's involvement in international masonry.
Date: September 22, 1834
Creator: Loge des Trinosophes
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

World War I Scenes

Description: Copy negative of two pictures from France in World War I. The first is of the obelisk in the Place de la Concorde in Paris. There is a fence around the monument, and there are buildings behind it. The picture on the right is of uniformed soldiers standing in line for Red Cross services in a building.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Photographs of E. J. Simons and Others in Various Locations]

Description: Four scanned photographs featuring E. J. Simons and other uniformed American soldiers at various locations in Europe. The original photos were taped onto a sheet of paper along with captions. The photo on the top right features soldiers identified as Joe, Ucyroski, and E. J. "Spike" Simons sitting on a bench in Paris, France. A stone wall, trees, and a statue are visible behind them. The next photo features Simons standing between two soldiers and a view of the Eiffel Tower in the background. The third photo has soldiers named Armstrong and Tummons sitting with Simons in a room in Germany. An open window and overhead fixture provide light. Armstrong sits on a sofa to the left, Tummons sits on a dressing table in the center, and Simons sitting to the right. The bottom photo shows two soldiers and Simons standing in front of the American Red Cross' Rainbow Corner club in Paris, France.
Date: {1945~, 1945-06-06}
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum