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[Newspaper clippings discussing Dr. May Owen as head of the Texas Medical Association]

Description: Newspaper clippings of two articles: Dr. May Owen's election to the position of President of the Texas Medical Association, and the opening of the Medical Auxiliary Convention. The first article discusses Dr. Owen's career and accomplishments, while the second article discusses the details and agenda for the TMA Woman's Auxiliary 1960 convention.
Date: April 22, 1959
Creator: Justice, Blair
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Newspaper clippings about Dr. May Owen and the Texas Medical Association]

Description: Four newspaper clippings of articles about Dr. May Owen and the Texas Medical Association. The first article discusses Dr. Owen's receiving a distinguished service award. The second article discusses California's false claims that Dr. Roberta Fenlon was the first woman elected as president of a stat medical society. The third article features a photograph of Dr. Owen, newly elected to President of the TMA, with her predecessor, Dr. Franklin W. Yeager. The fourth article briefly discusses plans for the TMA District 1 annual meeting in Pecos, Texas.
Date: {1960-07-08, 1960-09-28, 1961-01-26, 1971-03-31}
Creator: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Newspaper clippings mentioning Dr. May Owen as president of the Texas Medical Association]

Description: 4 newspaper clippings of articles from various newspapers that mention Dr. May Owen as president and president-elect of the Texas Medical Association. One of the clippings includes a photographic portrait of Dr. Owen. On the back of the clippings are partial articles on a crime blotter, a salute to FDR, Texas State legislation, advice about horses, housing drops, and a sports team.
Date: {1960-03-10, 1960-04-13, 1960-04-17, 1961-03-03}
Creator: Kilgore News Herald
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Article: Obituaries]

Description: A series of obituaries in the Texas Medical Association's June 1988 Texas Medicine journal. Those listed in the obituaries included Dr. May Owen, Dr. William Frank Renfrow, Dr. Louis Reed Robey, Dr. Hampton C. Robinson, Dr. Lowell Edison Rutledge, Dr. Cassie Elizabeth Stuermer, Dr. Robert W. B. Terrell, Dr. Robert H. Thomason, and Dr. Leopoldo Villareal.
Date: June 1988
Partner: Texas Medical Association

[Clipping: Tack Supply ROom Opened Recently In Hollywood]

Description: Newspaper clipping describing a tack supply shop (Shade Western) opening in Hollywood which is affiliated with the S. D. Myres Saddle Company in El Paso and is owned by Bill Myres. The back of the clipping has partial advertisements for real estate. An attached handwritten note that seems to be describing a change in the shop's hours from what is printed in the article.
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Clipping: Forty Years Ago March 7, 1920 (Sunday)]

Description: Newspaper clipping reprinting a story from "forty years ago" that describes the opening of a manufacturing plant by Sam Myres in El Paso. It also describes the saddle that Mr. Myres designed for the 101 Ranch Wild West Show.
Date: March 1960
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Newspaper Clipping of Marie Windsor, Lloyd Bridges and Sam Myres]

Description: Newspaper clipping of a photograph with the caption "Marie Windsor and Lloyd Bridges, stars of 'The Tall Texan,' which is now showing at the Ellanay Theater, visit with El Paso's Tio Sam Myers [sic] during their stay in El Paso last week. -- (Photo by Arcy)." In the image, Myres (center) is posing with Windsor (left) and Bridges (right) behind two saddles that have decorative leatherwork. Myres is wearing a dark-colored suit and Windsor and Bridges are wearing light-colored western-style clothing. A portion of an advertisement is visible on the back of the page.
Date: 1953
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum