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Judge Black and Juror

Description: Photograph of Judge Black speaking with a juror. The judge is wearing a suit and tie and the juror, an African American woman, is wearing a light-colored blazer and skirt and a hat. There is a calendar on the wall behind the judge's desk.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Judge Black and Juror

Description: Photograph of Judge Black sitting at a desk and speaking to a juror. The judge is wearing a suit and tie and the juror, an African American woman, is wearing a hat and dress. There is a calendar on the wall behind the desk.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Judge and Mrs. Jo. O. Woodward and family

Description: Photograph of Judge Jesse Owen and Francis Woodward and their family sitting on the front steps of a house. They are identified from the left as Walter C. Woodward, Fannie Dillard Woodward, Jesse Owen Woodward, Willie Woodward Baker, Mable W. Henson, Garland Woodward, Nadine Woodward Howell, and Miss Jessie Woodward.
Date: 1925~
Partner: Coleman Public Library

Texas Judicial System Annual Report: 1994

Description: Annual report of the Texas Judicial System (the Texas Judicial Council and the Office of Court Administration) describing judicial branch operations, reports and developments, summaries and analyses of court activities, and providing a directory of judges and clerks for the 1994 fiscal year.
Date: December 1994
Creator: Texas Judicial Court
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Portrait of Thomas Falconer]

Description: Photograph of Thomas Falconer wearing judge's robes and a wig, seated next to a table with books. Handwritten text on the back says: "Thomas Falconer, Judge of County Court, August 1854." Falconer was a member of the 1841 Texan Santa Fe expedition.
Date: August 1854
Partner: Southwestern University

Judge Wilbur Fiske Hill

Description: Head-and-shoulders portrait of Judge Wilbur Fiske Hill in an overcoat buttoned up over a dark suit and bowtie and white shirt. His body is parallel to the camera, but his head and gaze are turned to the right of the camera. Judge Wilbur Fiske Hill was the oldest grandson of John B. Denton (1806-1841) for whom Denton County and city were named. Judge Hill was born March 15, 1844, near Clarksville, Red River County, Texas, son of Bernard Hill and Sarah Elizabeth Denton, oldest of John B. Denton's six children. He served in the Confederate Army, Company E, 34 Regiment, Texas Cavalry, from 1862 until he was wounded at the Battle of Mansfield, LA, in 1864. After the war he attended McKenzie College, Clarksville, TX, and in 1872 he graduated from Cumberland University, Lebanon, TN. Judge Hill began practicing law in Little Rock, AR, in 1873, where he was also elected probate and county judge for three terms (1884-1890). He married Sidney A. Willett (1847-1935), with whom he fathered one daughter. Judge Hill died February 1, 1905 and was buried in Mt. Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, AR. His picture hangs in the county courthouse in Little Rock, AR, which was built under his administration.
Date: unknown
Creator: Broome Studio
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Commissioners Watching a Presentation]

Description: Travis County Commissioners Richard Moya and Ann Richards and County Judge Mike Renfro seated together in a meeting room watching a presentation from an unidentified man in the foreground. The man appears to be holding a map or large document. Other spectators are off to the side.
Date: 1970~
Creator: Austin Citizen
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Portrait of D. Richard Voges, Jr.]

Description: Cropped copy-photograph of a young man in a bust pose. He is wearing a light-colored shirt with a black jacket and tie. Above his portrait is the word "Bailiff" and, below: "D. Richard Voges - Jr. - Tex." The edge of another photograph is visible on the left side of the page.
Date: unknown
Partner: Wilson County Historical Society