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[Photograph of A. P. Lauritsen Home]

Description: Photograph of a farm home in Danevang, Texas. Accompanying information states home belongs to A. P. Lauritsen, and was built after a model by Leonard Lauritsen. The photograph appears to have been taken during the winter season, as snow has piled up on the front lawn, roofs, and bushes. Two steps lead up to the single-story part of the house. The adjacent left side of the house is two stories. There is a single-story structure in the background, also covered by snow.
Date: June 28, 2007
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Reverend Seated Next to a Hospital Bed]

Description: Photograph of a Reverend seated on a chair and leaning against a hospital bed. The Reverend, who is facing toward the right-hand side of the image, is wearing a suit, a patterned tie, printed socks, and strap shoes. The bed, which is on the left-hand side of the image, is on wheels and has a reading light clipped to the headboard. There is a bedside table behind the man that has several objects resting atop it, including a mini fan, a plant, and a radio. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that reads, "Tornado in the hospital of the 'Tiburcio' June 20/51 For Brother Rev. E.J.A. Seddon. gr. Rev. J.A. Hernández 6-20-51".
Date: June 1951
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[Group of Hispanic Women Sitting at a Table]

Description: Photograph of a group of five Hispanic women sitting at a table in front of a stage. The wooden table in front of them has several objects on top of it, such as a bowl, a book, and a bell. There is a man standing on the far right-hand side of the image in between two of the women. The stage behind the group has steps leading up to it. There is a chalk board on the far left-hand side of the image with writing on it. There is also a piano, a couple of plants, and chairs on the stage. The handwritten note on the back of the image reads, "WACO Women of the Church- Officers. June 11, 1950 Pastor, (standing) Rev. Ismael Maldonado."
Date: June 11, 1950
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[Photograph of Two Children in Front of a Church Steeple]

Description: Photograph of two children playing in front of a church building. The two little boys are standing across the street from the church; one is riding a tricycle and the other is standing and facing him. The church has a tall, narrow steeple with a cross on top of the thin, pointed roof. The steeple is attached to the double-door entrance of the church, and there are two windows on either side. A sidewalk winds from the entrance to the back of the building. There is a telephone pole and electric wires that stretch across the image in front of the church building. There is a decorative border around the image, and a handwritten note on the back that reads, "Taft".
Date: June 1948
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[Letter from Ray A. Gano to John J. Herrera - 1979-06-08]

Description: Letter from Ray A. Gano dated June 8, 1979 and printed on League of United Latin American Citizens letterhead. The letter informs recipients that, due to family obligations, Gano will not be able to make it to the 50th Anniversary National Convention to be held in Houston. Below the typed text of the letter is a handwritten note to John J. Herrera from Gano. It reads, "Please help us, you are a man of principle and ethics, consider what happened to Arizona during Joe Benites' term - Again we must act to protect the League - I know you can help us and I know you will."
Date: June 8, 1979
Creator: Gano, Ray A.
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Letter from Ray A. Gano to John J. Rhodes - 1979-06-07]

Description: Letter from Ray A. Gano to Congressman John J. Rhodes, dated June 7, 1979, and printed on League of United Latin American Citizens letterhead. The letter states Gano has heard of Rhodes' plans to retire and urges him to reconsider stating that "the Hispanic's want you to stay".
Date: June 7, 1979
Creator: Gano, Ray A.
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Funeral Program for Leon A. Washington, June 5, 1980]

Description: Funeral program for Mr. Leon A. Washington, who died May 31, 1980. The funeral was held June 5, 1980 at St. James A.M.E. Church, officiated by Reverend Roger A. Givens. Funeral arrangements were made through Carter-Taylor-Williams Mortuary, and he was buried in Eastview Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas.
Date: June 5, 1980
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[Funeral Program for Edna A. Tollerson, June 2, 1988]

Description: Funeral program for Edna A. Tollerson, born May 22, 1907 and died May 28, 1988. The funeral was held June 2, 1988 at West End Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. Floyd T. Boone, Sr. Funeral arrangements were made through the Lewis Funeral Home, and she was buried in Meadowlawn Memorial Park in San Antonio, Texas.
Date: June 2, 1988
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[Letter from Harriet O'Kelley to Dr. Barbara A. Lawrence - June 20, 1996]

Description: Letter from Harriet O'Kelley to Barbara A. Lawrence asking that she not be reappointed as chairperson of the Arts Committee for the San Antonio chapter of The Links, Inc. She has already served a two-year term and a person with fresh ideas should hold the position. She will, however, gladly continue to serve on the committee.
Date: June 20, 1996
Creator: O'Kelley, Harriet
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Funeral Program for James Chatman, June 25, 1983]

Description: Funeral program for Mr. James A. Chatman, born September 6, 1898 and died June 16, 1983. The funeral was held June 25, 1983 at Mount Zion First Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. Claude W. Black, Jr. The funeral arrangements were made through Lewis Funeral Home and he was buried in Eastview Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas.
Date: June 25, 1983
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[Bills of Sale of a Slave Named Nancy, June 18, 1838]

Description: Bills of sale of a slave named Nancy. The initial bill was written by notary William Christy in New Orleans, Louisiana. Jacob Sevy is selling Nancy, approximately 15, to John Covington Thomas of Gainsville, Alabama, for $1,200. Handwritten bills are added explaining that John C. Thomas sells Nancy to James Chessher in August 1838 for $3,000, who in turn sells her to Stephen Jackson of Jefferson County, Texas, in 1840 for $1,000. A separate paper is included with a description of this document.
Date: June 18, 1838
Creator: New Orleans (La.)
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast