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[Postcard of Texas Pre-Civil War Houses, Boerne, Texas]

Description: Postcard of Texan houses built before the American Civil War. The postcard features two photographs of two houses on the front, with the caption "Early Texas Houses. Built Before Civil War. Many Still In And Near Boerne, Texas," and an invitation to Boerne's Centennial celebration. The photographs are of a two-story, gabled wooden house (on the left) with a staircase on the left side of the house, leading up to a doorway on the second story, and a small, one-story stone house (on the right) with three windows and a door on the left side. The back of the postcard is blank except for postcard markings.
Date: 1949~
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

[Postcard of Texas Pre-Civil War Houses in Boerne, Texas]

Description: Postcard of Texan houses built before the American Civil War. The postcard features two photographs - one of a one-story house, and one of a two-story house - on the front, with the caption "Early Texas Houses. Built Before Civil War. Many Still In And Near Boerne, Texas," and an invitation to Boerne's Centennial celebration. The photographs are of cabin style houses - the one on the right is made from wood and the one on the left is made from stones and wood. The house on the left has an overhang at the front, while the house on the right has an opening through the center. The back of the postcard is blank except for postcard markings.
Date: 1949~
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

[Postcard from Mabel to Mrs. M. E. Wise, November 28, 1949]

Description: Postcard from Mabel to Mrs. M. E. Wise, thanking her for her letter, sending her apologies that Mrs. Wise's father is unwell, and promising to explain why she will be unable to visit Boulder, Colorado until February. The front of the postcard features a photograph of two women standing on a large rock inside a dark cavern. Both women are wearing trousers and t-shirts, and the woman on the right has her hair pulled back into small draped turban. They are illuminated by a light from somewhere on the ground, which also reveals the large rock formations on the cave wall behind them. At their feet is a sign that reads, "Visit Cascade Caverns." The name of the cave, "Tobacco Room," is printed at the top of the postcard.
Date: November 28, 1949
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

["Business Section" of downtown Rosenberg, TX]

Description: Photographic postcard of downtown Rosenberg, TX, late 1940s. Intersection of Ave H and 3rd Street. Street light at top of photo. Photo at bottom reads: BUSINESS SECTION, ROSENBERG, TEX.
Date: 1949
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

["Welcome to Rosenberg" sign in downtown Rosenberg, TX]

Description: Photographic postcard of downtown Rosenberg, TX, late 1940s. View along Ave H. Welcome to Rosenberg lighted sign featured at center. On reverse is note from Emma Phillippi to brother Norveil Phillippi and family. postmarked June 12, 1949, Rosenberg. Gulf station in background. Schaffers Drug Store on right.
Date: June 12, 1949
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Sam Bass Headstone Postcard]

Description: Postcard with a photo of the headstone of infamous outlaw, Sam Bass, seen featured on the front. Text on the back of the postcard describes the outlaw's crimes and death, as well as the slow destruction of the headstone and community efforts to replace it.
Date: [1949..1955]
Creator: Sam Bass Cafe
Partner: Round Rock Public Library