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A Favorite of Fortune

Description: Color postcard depicting a fashionably dressed woman in turquoise, gold, green and red clothing. There is a typewriter in the top right corner of the card. Printed on the card, " A Favorite of Fortune, Judged by the dress of some typewriting maids, Typewriting must be quite the best of all trades." Handwritten on the card, "Walk fast your machine is ill. A boy from the P.C.C." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Bassano, Paris, Texas. It is postmarked Paris & Cleb. R.P.O. on Feb 13, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Portrait of Young Women

Description: Copy negative of a portrait of three young women wearing ruffled dresses and hair up. One is sitting in a chair holding a hat in her lap, one is leaning on the left holding an umbrella and gloves, and one is standing in the back holding a hat. The portrait was taken in Walsh studio at 120 Perry St. in Trenton, New Jersey.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Fashion Show

Description: Copy photograph of two images of a fashion show at the Abilene Civic Center during the Abilene Centennial celebration. In the left image, a group of people in frontier-style clothing walk down the front steps of the Abilene Civic Center. A group of people watches. In the right image, two children in Native American costume walk across the front of the Abilene Civic Center. A woman stands in the foreground.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Birthday Cake; Fashion Show

Description: Copy photograph of two images taken during the Abilene Centennial Celebration. In the left image, a large birthday cake for the city of Abilene sits on a table. The cake says, "Happy Birthday Abilene 1881 1981." In the right image, a woman wearing a frontier-style dress walks in front of the Abilene Civic Center. A group of people watches.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

The Daedalian, Yearbook of the College of Industrial Arts, 1917

Description: Yearbook for the College of Industrial Arts in Denton, Texas, (now Texas Woman's University) includes photos of and information about the college, student body, faculty and organizations. The Daedalian represents the school's unique history and standing as a single-sex college established by the state of Texas for the education of women.
Date: 1917
Creator: College of Industrial Arts (Denton, Tex.)
Partner: Texas Woman's University

The Daedalian, Yearbook of the College of Industrial Arts, 1918

Description: Yearbook for the College of Industrial Arts in Denton, Texas, (now Texas Woman's University) includes photos of and information about the college, student body, faculty and organizations. The Daedalian represents the school's unique history and standing as a single-sex college established by the state of Texas for the education of women.
Date: 1918
Creator: College of Industrial Arts (Denton, Tex.)
Partner: Texas Woman's University