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[Carroll House in Missouri City]

Description: Photo of the Carroll House, Missouri City. White, wooden, two-story home with three round columns along front porch.
Date: 1962
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Terry Home in Missouri City]

Description: Photo of the Terry Home, Missouri City (Formerly Ransom-Dyer Home, Richmond). White, wooden, two-story with three roof peaks along front face. Lower porch extends across front of house. Upper porch at center of house.
Date: 1962
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Adams Home in Missouri City]

Description: Print of the Adams Home, Missouri City. Two story white wooden house, pictured from side, trees obscure the view of front of home.
Date: 1962
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[McBlain House in Missouri City]

Description: Print of the McBlain House, Missouri City. Two story house with front porch. Garage in the lower left corner of the photograph.
Date: 1962
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Missouri Pacific Caboose]

Description: Photograph of a Missouri Pacific caboose in Kansas City, Missouri. There is a second caboose visible behind it. Written below the image are "Kansas City, Mo. Sept 23rd 1974" and "R. H. Carlson."
Date: September 23, 1974
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

["Blue Bird" near St. Louis, Missouri]

Description: Wabash Railroad's famous streamliner "Blue Bird" train No. 24 northbound, powered by diesel locomotive No. 1002 with domes on Pullman cars and coaches. glides through beautiful Forest Park, St. Louis, enroute to Chicago.
Date: 1958~
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

["The Alton Limited" in St. Louis, Missouri]

Description: "The Alton Limited" Chicago and Alton Railroad train No. 4, northbound pulling through St. Louis, Missouri in 1946.
Date: 1946
Creator: Peters, Walt
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Douglas House, (Southeast facade)]

Description: Photograph of the Douglas House (located at 1619 3rd) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: January 1980
Creator: Batey, Sandra
Location Info:
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[J.T. Dyer House, (Northeast oblique)]

Description: Photograph of the J.T. Dyer House (located at 11510 South Garden) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[J.T. Dyer House, (West elevation)]

Description: Photograph of the J.T. Dyer House (located at 11510 South Garden) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[J.T. Dyer House, (Fort (East) elevation)]

Description: Photograph of the J.T. Dyer House (located at 11510 South Garden) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[J.T. Dyer House, (North elevation)]

Description: Photograph of the J.T. Dyer House (located at 11510 South Garden) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[J.T. Dyer House, (South elevation)]

Description: Photograph of the J.T. Dyer House (located at 11510 South Garden) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[J.T. Dyer House, (Southwest oblique)]

Description: Photograph of the J.T. Dyer House (located at 11510 South Garden) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[Craven House, (Southwest oblique)]

Description: Photograph of the Craven House (located at 13915 Pike Road) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: February 1980
Creator: Batey, Sandra
Location Info:
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[Robinson House, (East facade)]

Description: Photograph of the Robinson House (located at 302 Main) in Missouri City, Texas.
Date: January 1980
Creator: Batey, Sandra
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

["The Flying Crow" rolling through Eastwood Hills, Missouri]

Description: Kansas City Southern Railway's " The Flying Crow" train No. 15, southbound, rolls through Eastwood Hills, Missouri enroute from Kansas City to Shreveport, Louisiana, circa 1925. The train is headed by a beautiful Pacific type 4-6-2 locomotive with a Vanderbilt oil tender.
Date: 1925~
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Texas Historical Commission Marker: Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad]

Description: Photograph of the Texas Historical Commission marker for Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad in Denison, Texas. Text: In 1865 the Union Pacific Railway Southern Branch was incorporated to build a railroad from the St. Louis-Kansas City area to the Gulf of Mexico. In 1870, with construction completed to the border of Indian Territory, the line was renamed the Missouri, Kansas, & Texas Railroad. This title was often shortened to M-K-T, which led to the familiar nickname by which the line is best known - "The Katy". Following the route of an old cattle trail, the Katy became the first railroad to cross Indian Territory, now the State of Oklahoma, and enter Texas from the North. On Christmas Day 1872, over 100 passengers rode the first Katy train into Denison, a new townsite named for M-K-T Vice President George Denison. The construction and acquisition of branch lines soon extended the Katy east to Greenville, west to Rotan and Wichita Falls, and south to Galveston and San Antonio. By 1904, the system had over 1,000 miles of track in Texas. The railroad transported cattle, cotton, and other crops to market. It also carried passengers on such trains as the "Texas Special" and the "Katy Flyer" before passenger service ended in 1965. Today (1975) Denison is a division headquarters on the M-K-T and the home of about 600 railroad employees. (1975).
Date: 2011-12/2012-03
Creator: West, Carolyn Effie
Partner: Private Collection of Carolyn West

["The Kansas City Star"]

Description: On a snowy morning at 10 o'clock, with the temperature at 18 degrees, the Union Pacific Railroad's No. 69, westbound, headed by Engine No. 2877, a Pacific type 4-6-2 locomotive, departs from the Kansas City Union Station enroute from St. Louis to Denver on January 5, 1947.
Date: January 5, 1947
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[City workers standing in front of the old MKT and Texas & Pacific Depot]

Description: Photograph of workers who have been cleaning out the old power plant station in Denton, Texas and are transferring items to freight cars. Workers stand between two trucks. Cars are parked around the lot. The old MKT and Texas & Pacific Depot is in the background right. The depot was built in 1881 and the office was closed in 1983. The building was torn down in 1999.
Date: 1970~/1989~
Creator: Denton (Tex.)
Partner: Denton Public Library

Denton City School

Description: Exterior view of Denton first public school building, 1884-1904. The picture is captioned "Denton City School Established 1884. 425 Pupils." The text reads: Population of the town, 3,000; population of the county, 35,000. Character of soil, black sandy loam, on red clay subsoil. Timber and water in abundance. Staple products--Corn. wheat. oats, bartley and cotton. Fruits -Apples, pears peaches, apricots, plums and cberries [sic]; grapes and small fruits grow to perfection. Our town is situated on the Missouri Pacific Railway at the junction of the Dallas & Wichita Railway, 35 miles north of Dallas. We have one of the handsomest court-houses in the state, two banks, two newspapers, and business in fairly represented in other lines, for a new town. Photographed by William & Lenox, Denton, Texas. Compliments of Fredrick L. Kittredge
Date: unknown
Creator: Williams and Lenox
Partner: Denton Public Library

[909 N. Cedar]

Description: Photograph of the front and south side of a one-story, Craftsman bungalow-style house with masonry veneer, located at 909 N. Cedar in Palestine, Texas.
Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Location Info:
Partner: Palestine Public Library

[909 N. Cedar]

Description: Photograph of the front and south side of a one-story, Craftsman bungalow-style house with masonry veneer, located at 909 N. Cedar in Palestine, Texas.
Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Location Info:
Partner: Palestine Public Library