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[U.S. Military Post, San Antonio, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a U.S. Military post in San Antonio, taken from a distance uphill. A tower is visible in the background. Several buildings are at right and at center is a field with large mounds of hay. The back of the photograph provides a printed description and history of the vicinity.
Date: unknown
Creator: Jacobson, M. E.
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

U.S. Military Post, Officers' Quarters

Description: Photograph of Officers' Quarters at the U.S. Military post in San Antonio. The building is a slanted, two-story row of rooms in four segments. A brief, printed history of San Antonio is provided on the back of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Creator: Jacobson, M. E.
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a field at Fort Sam Houston near San Antonio, Texas. The rectangular field's perimeter is lined with trees. Cannons are visible at the base of the flagpole in the center of the image. A tower is in the background and other buildings are at the right. Cabinet card format.
Date: 1889
Creator: Paris, A. C.
Location Info:
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

U.S. Military Post from Tower

Description: Photograph of a U.S. Military Post, taken from a nearby tower. A low stone building is visible across the foreground, and a 2-story building, possibly housing, is visible across the background. Other buildings are in the center. Cabinet card format.
Date: unknown
Creator: Jacobson, M. E.
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Fort Bliss, Tex.

Description: Photograph of the refugee camp at Fort Bliss, El Paso. Patrolmen are seen on duty outside of a fenced off camp with rows of tents. A sign on a pole advertises "Horas de visita" Inscription on the back reads "Refugee Camp where 600 Mexican Federal Soldiers are kept."
Date: April 5, 1914
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas

Description: Photograph of Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. A Mexican bandit (Maximo Castillo) is being kept inside a fenced area with tents. The inscription on the back reads "Castillo, the Mexican Bandit, who is supposed to have blown up tunnels, killing several people and wrecking trains. I was not allowed to take this picture: U.S. officers made me put away my Kodak; so I put is on the ground at my feet and stepped on the bulb and got this snapshot. --F.C."
Date: April 5, 1914
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Fort Bliss, El Paso]

Description: Photograph of Fort Bliss, El Paso. A soldier is shown patrolling a fenced area. Inscription on the back reads "Showing Salazaar who objects to having his picture taken. El Paso, Ft. Bliss Refugee Camp. 4-5-14. I got this picture anyway by pressing the bulb with my foot. -F.C."
Date: April 5, 1914
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Postcard Showing the Entrance to Fort Sam Houston, Texas]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins with a colored picture of "Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. Entrance to the Infantry Post." The picture shows four soldiers standing near two tall posts with an American flag flying high in the background. There is a note on the back of the card written in pencil, and a blue stamped that says: "Leon Spring."
Date: [1907..1910]
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Photograph of Soldier on Horse at Fort Davis]

Description: Photograph of a man in a light blue, yellow, and navy cavalry uniform, holding a rifle and sitting on a honey-colored horse. His uniform is comprised of a black helmet with a long yellow plume, a navy jacket, light blue trousers with a yellow stripe down the leg, knee-high boots, and a saber attached to his hip. The horse is harnessed and saddled, with a small quilted blanket under the saddle. They are standing in a large, dry, dirt space, with three small, one-story houses in the far background. Behind the houses, there is a large, rocky cliff-range.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas Permian Basin

[Clipping: Wings]

Description: Newspaper clipping "Wings" from the Savannah Morning News discussing the biography of Helen W. Snapp and the Women Airforce Service Pilots. It concludes a photograph of Helen Snapp giving autographs to soldiers Gladys Garner and Melody Haro, as well as one of Helen Snapp in Liberty Field, Camp Stewart, Georgia. The back contains the community calendar for the area and the schedule for broadcast television.
Date: March 10, 2001
Creator: Phillips, Noelle
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Clipping: Flying fillies once occupied Liberty Field]

Description: Newspaper clipping of an article about members of WASP who were stationed at Liberty Field in Fort Stewart, Georgia during WWII. The article includes more details about Fort Stewart, and a photograph of Helen Snapp, Margery Moore, Bertha Mary Clifford, and Viola Thompson in flight jumpsuits, walking away from a small plane. The clipping includes other articles about the Fort Stewart and Hinesville, Georgia area, as well as local advertisements.
Date: October 23, 1987
Creator: Owens, Dianne
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[One O’Clock Lab Band Mexico Tour, January 26-February 21, 1967]

Description: Photograph of part of a fortress, tentatively identified as Fuerte San Miguel in Campeche, Yucatan, Mexico. Part of the ramparts, crenelations, a cannon, and a tower can be seen. This is one of a series of photographs taken during the One O’Clock Lab Band’s tour to Mexico, January 26 to February 21, 1967. The United States Department of State sponsored the tour, and the band traveled as representatives of the United States. Directed by Leon Breeden, the 20 member band and their guests vocalist Carol Lurie and pianist-organist Linda De Leon, toured for 26 days, giving 19 scheduled concerts and two impromptu shows at venues throughout Mexico.
Date: 1967-01-26/1967-02-21
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections