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Lawyers Meeting

Description: Photograph of seven lawyers attending a lawyers meeting in Abilene, TX. They are posed in two rows. Three are seated in front at the head of several long banquet tables. They are holding a document. Four of the lawyers are standing behind the first row.
Date: 1959
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Lawyers Meeting

Description: Photograph of seven lawyers attending a lawyers meeting in Abilene, TX. They are posed in two rows. Three are seated in front at a table set with drinks and small plates of dessert foods. They are holding a document at which everyone is looking. Four of the lawyers are standing behind, looking at the document as well.
Date: 1959
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Lawyers Meeting

Description: Photograph of eight lawyers of various ages meeting in Abilene, TX. They are all dressed in suit and tie. Most are seated and looking at something out of frame.
Date: 1959
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Lawyers Meeting

Description: Photograph of a large group of lawyers at a lawyers meeting in Abilene, TX. They are all seated or standing around two long banquet tables in large banquet hall.
Date: 1959
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Lawyers Meeting

Description: Photograph of a large group of lawyers at a lawyers meeting in Abilene, TX. They are all seated or standing around two long banquet tables in large banquet hall.
Date: 1959
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Man in Office

Description: Copy negative of two pictures of Thomas Hayden, District Attorney in Abilene, Texas. In the first picture, he is sitting in a chair reading a book with other furniture, office materials, and a woman behind him. In the second picture, he is sitting behind a desk with books on it, and there a view behind him into another room with shelves of books.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from John Patterson Osterhout to Sarah Osterhout, February 4, 1855]

Description: Letter from John Patterson Osterhout to his wife, Sarah Osterhout, regarding his time in Bellville, Texas. He apologized for not writing her sooner since he has been busy with setting up his business as a lawyer. He was considering purchasing slaves although he mentioned a preference for having "white hands" to work with like he did in Pennsylvania. Recently, his friends had been telling him that he was in a good position to marry and he told his mother that he had someone from Pennsylvania in mind. The rest of his family was offended that he had not written then, but he felt that they read the letters he sent to each of them and that it would be repetitive to write the same thing to all of them. He told his mother not to share this letter with any of them and shared that his lawyer business was going well.
Date: February 4, 1855
Creator: Osterhout, John Patterson
Partner: Austin College

[Legal document hiring attorneys to file a suit against the Texas Prison System on behalf of Domingo Torres]

Description: Legal document of Domingo Torres hiring attorneys, Ralph Estrada of Tuscon, Arizona, A.L. Wirin of Los Angeles, California, and John J. Herrera of Houston, Texas. Wirin and Herrera will prosecute a lawsuit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas for confining Torres to a segregated Prison Farm. Torres was convicted of rape in Matagorda, Texas and receiving a penalty of ten years in prison.
Date: unknown
Creator: Torres, Domingo
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Legal document hiring attorneys to file a suit against the Texas Prison System on behalf of Ernesto Longoria]

Description: Legal document of Ernesto Longoria hiring attorneys, Ralph Estrada of Tuscon, Arizona, A.L. Wirin of Los Angeles, California, and John J. Herrera of Houston, Texas. Wirin and Herrera will prosecute a lawsuit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas for confining Longoria to a segregated Prison Farm. Longoria was convicted of rape in Matagorda, Texas and receiving a penalty of ten years in prison.
Date: unknown
Creator: Longoria, Ernesto
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Legal document hiring attorneys to file a suit against the Texas Prison System on behalf of Ben Rios]

Description: Legal document of Ben Rios hiring attorneys, Ralph Estrada of Tuscon, Arizona, A.L. Wirin of Los Angeles, California, and John J. Herrera of Houston, Texas. Wirin and Herrera will prosecute a lawsuit against the Texas Prison System and the State of Texas for confining Rios to a segregated Prison Farm. Rios was convicted of rape in Matagorda, Texas and receiving a penalty of ten years in prison.
Date: unknown
Creator: Rios, Ben
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Partial letter by John J. Herrera]

Description: Page two of a letter by John J. Herrera. Includes at the end a transcription of the letter Herrera received from J. L. Goggans notifying Herrera that he had passed the State Bar Examinations.
Date: unknown
Creator: Herrera, John J.
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library