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[T. B. Wessendorff residence in Richmond, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the T. B. Wessendorff residence in Richmond, Texas. This photograph copy was found in envelope 2000.053.010a. The house is a two and a half story white wooden house with dark trim. The house has a porch that wraps around one corner. The house has diamond shaped accents on windows and painted on the turret above the corner porch. There is a second floor balcony area on either side of the turret. Each gable of the roof has an half circle shaped window. There is a dormer to the left of the turret. The house is enclosed by a white picket fence. There is a hexagon shaped building to the left rear of the house and a white wooden building to the right rear. Text at bottom of photo reads: "T. B. Wessendorff. Res. Richmond Tex. 11."
Date: [1901..1905]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

Old Settler's Association of Grayson County, Volume 3.

Description: Volume 3 of the Old Settler's Association comprises resolutions passed in 1901, with the bulk of the material consisting of minutes from 1911-1925. Included in this volume are minutes, programs of annual reunions, annual treasury reports, and newspaper clippings.
Date: 1901/1925
Creator: Old Settlers Association (Grayson County, Tex.)
Partner: Old Settler's Association of Grayson County

Soil Survey of the Willis Area, Texas

Description: Text describes the area, history of settlement and agricultural development, climate, physiography and geology, soils, and agricultural conditions of the Willis area, Montgomery County, Texas.
Date: 1901
Creator: Martin, J. O.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[John B. Denton Funeral Notice]

Description: Funeral notice for John B. Denton, who was killed by indians on May 22, 1841. The interment was held at the Denton Courthouse on November 21, 1901. This notice was given to the Denton Public Library by Mrs. R.M. Mitchell and was included in one of three scrapbooks that she made for the library.
Date: November 21, 1901
Partner: Denton Public Library

Difficulties of a Mexican revenue officer in Texas

Description: This book discusses the action by the Mexican government to send a revenue officer and small contingent of soldiers into Texas during 1835 to collect taxes from the citizens and the resistance they faced. Includes some letters and notes from the author about later excerpts from newspapers.
Date: January 1901
Creator: Barker, Eugene C.
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library