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Vetus Mexico.

Description: Map shows birdseye Venice-like view of Mexico City surrounded by Lake Texcoco. Includes key to points on the map. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given.
Date: 1671
Creator: Ogilby, John, 1600-1676
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Market House, Caroline County, Va.]

Description: Robert Emmett Bledsoe Baylor Papers. Illustration of house; on front "Market House, Caroline County, Va. (John Baylor, 1758); on back "'New Market' Manor House, Caroline Co. Virginia. Home of the Baylors, who came from Tiverton, Devonshire, England, in 1676"
Date: 1758
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

"Esh-Tah-Hum-Leah, or the Sleepy Eye: A Sioux Chief

Description: Hand-colored lithograph of Sioux chief Esh-Tah-Hum-Leah visible from the waist up; he is wearing feathers in hair and has two braids, a scarf around his neck, and blanket over his right shoulder.
Date: 1836
Creator: Newsam
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

Surrender of Santa Anna

Description: Print of Santa Anna's surrender to General Sam Houston during the Texas Revolution
Date: April 22, 1836
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

[Engraving of Stephen F. Austin]

Description: Engraved portrait of of Stephen F. Austin. The image is round, in the center of a larger page, and Austin is visible from the chest up.
Date: December 16, 1836
Partner: Palestine Public Library

[Oval portrait of William Kinchen Davis with his hair parted]

Description: Copy of an original oval portrait of William Kinchen Davis. Davis, who has his dark hair parted on his right side, is wearing a dark jacket, white shirt, and a dark bow tie. Portrait ends just above the waist. Back of photograph in pencil: "Copy of original property of Mrs. A. Y. (Virginia) Scarborough Richmond, Texas 6-1981" and at bottom of back in pencil: "WKD/ph. 1:1".
Date: 1840 - 1855
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Clipping drawn at West Point Academy, 1847]

Description: Clipping of a man and woman by a stream. On the back is a handwritten poem and note dated August 15, 1895, stating it was drawn by William A. Nimmo at West Point and sent to C. B. Moore around 1847.
Date: 1847
Creator: Nimmo, William A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Description of Oregon and California, embracing An Account of The Gold Regions; to which is added, An Appendix, containing descriptions of various kinds of gold, and methods of testing its genuineness.

Description: Front cover and spine of the folio, and front cover and title page of a text containing a hand-colored, engraved pocket map of the western half of the United States showing roads, settlements, and rivers with "explanation" in lower left corner.
Date: 1849
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

Print of Sam Rayburn

Description: Print of Sam Rayburn based on an original painting by Douglas Chandor. Sam Rayburn sits at a desk. He is wearing a dark, three piece suit with a blue striped tie and white shirt. He sits in a green leather desk chair. His left arm rests on the desk. He holds a book in his lap with his right hand. Chandor created three of these paintings. One was given to the East Texas State University (Now known as Texas A&M--Commerce), the Capitol in Austin, Texas and one hung in Sam Rayburn's private office in Washington, D.C.
Date: 1850/1969
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum

Print of Snowy Mountain and Creek Scene

Description: Color print of a snowy mountain scene. A creek runs through the middle of the print. The water in the creek is very clear. Leafless trees can be seen on either side of the creek. A wood fence can be seen on the left side of the image. Cloudy sky above and in background.
Date: 1850/1969
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum

Print of Woman

Description: Watercolor print of a woman. The woman wears her dark hair piled upon her head. She wears a red dress. The print is oval shaped. The signature in the lower right corner appears to be Wiley. The image appears to be in the "Gibson Girl" style. Probably dates between 1890 and 1920.
Date: 1850/1969
Creator: Wiley
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum

Quote by Sid Richardson

Description: Print of quote by Side Richardson. The quote is in black ink and is printed upon ivory colored paper. A map of Texas is in the middle and is surrounded by Texas-themed artwork. Blue bonnets decorate the lower right corner, a cowboy riding a "bucking bronc" with cacti in the background can be seen in the upper right corner. In the upper left corner is a long horn skull. The lower left corner is dominated by the images of oil derricks. An airplane is featured near the south part of the Texas map and is headed east as if towards St. Joseph (San Jose Island), which is the only location denoted on the map, where Richardson lived for several months out of each year. The colors of the print include brown, yellow, black, green, purple, blue, red and white.
Date: 1850/1969
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum

Waller Family Coat of Arms

Description: Print of the Waller family coat of arms. Painted by Odine Mhoon. Odine was married to Sam Rayburn's nephew Morris Lightfoot in 1956. They divorced and Morris eventually remarried. The ivory colored paper displays the Waller coat of arms in shades of brown, black, gold, gray, white, blue, green and red. A shield at center shows three gold walnut leaves between two silver bands. At the top is a walnut tree with a pendant shoing three fleurs de lis (the arms of France) with the motto above, "HIC FRUCTUS VIRTUTIS" which is Latin for "This is the reward of integrity." The word "Waller" is below the coat of arms and is written in cursive.
Date: 1850/1969
Creator: Odine Mhoon
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum

[A View of Fredericksburg, Texas]

Description: Photographic reproduction of a landscape drawing by Hermann Lungwitz of a man looking over a landscape, with a forest between a field of cattle and a town. Note on the back reads. "Panoramic view of the City of Friederichsburg [sic] Texas presented to Texas State Archives by Ralph Bickler. Hermann Lungkwitz, grandfather (maternal) of Ralph Bickler. This was a pencil sketch made at the request of the Dresden Museum of Germany. It was made 1853-54-55 or 1856, the date is not known for sure. The museum made a litho plate (probably stone) and sent lithograph copies back to Friederichburg."
Date: 1854~
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Lipan-Warrior

Description: Hand-colored stone lithograph of a West Lipan Apache warrior sitting astride a horse and carrying a rifle; from Emory's United States and Mexican Boundary Survey, Washington, 1857
Date: 1857
Creator: Schott, A.
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

Engraved print of Abraham Lincoln

Description: Head-and-shoulders portrait of Abraham Lincoln with notation in lower left corner, "From life by F.B. Carpenter, 1864,"
Date: 1864
Creator: Carpenter, F. B.
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

Godey's Fashions for May 1865

Description: Print of "Godey's Fashions for May 1865." Color artwork of five women wearing dresses with very large, hoop skirts. The color on the image has faded. The background is composed of trees, sky and fountains.
Date: 1865
Creator: Godey's
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum

[Harper's Weekly: Camp Ford, Texas Sketch]

Description: Hand-colored print of the Civil War camp, Camp Ford taken from an 1865 issue of Harper's Weekly, page 132. Camp Ford, located near Tyler, Texas was established in 1863 as a Confederate prison camp during the Civil War. Over the course of two years, the camp held about 6,000 prisoners and was one of the largest Confederate prison camps west of the Mississippi River.
Date: March 4, 1865
Creator: Simmons, G. W.
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

[Harper's Weekly: Camp Ford, Texas Sketch]

Description: Hand-colored print of the Civil War camp, Camp Ford taken from an 1865 issue of Harper's Weekly, page 132. Camp Ford, located near Tyler, Texas was established in 1863 as a Confederate prison camp during the Civil War. Over the course of two years, the camp held about 6,000 prisoners and was one of the largest Confederate prison camps west of the Mississippi River.
Date: March 4, 1865
Creator: Simmons, G. W.
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

"Houston, Texas"

Description: From "Harper's Weekly." This item includes a sketch of Houston, Texas and the text on the reverse of the clipping.
Date: October 27, 1866
Creator: Davis, Theodore R.
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

"A Drove of Texas Cattle Crossing a Stream"

Description: Engraved woodcut of cattle crossing a stream printed in Harper's Weekly, October 19, 1867, page 665.
Date: October 19, 1867
Creator: Waud, A. R.
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum