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[Carry Nation. Nation is seated in a decorative wooden chair.]

Description: Photograph of Carry Nation. Nation is seated in a decorative wooden chair next to a round wooden table. She has her right hand on the back of an open book and her left hand on the open page of the book and she is posed as if she were reading. Nation, who has graying hair and wears wire-rimmed glasses, is wearing a white dress that has buttons that extend from her left shoulder to the thigh area. The dress has long sleeves and a bow tied at the collar. The photograph is mounted on a gray cardboard matte with bevel cut edges that frame the perimeter of the rectangle portrait. Bottom of matte reads: WHITE 1261 BROADWAY N.Y. Photographer name also seen in white written between the table legs. Photo dimensions are: 10 cm X 14 cm.
Date: 1890
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Photograph of Carry Nation standing near a table.]

Description: Photograph of Carry Nation. Nation is standing next to a round wooden table. She is holding an open book in her hands. Nation, who has graying hair pulled up into a bun and wears eyeglasses, is wearing a white dress with buttons that extend from her left shoulder to her thigh. The dress has long sleeves and a bow at the collar. The portrait ends at the knees. The photograph is mounted on a gray cardboard matte with bevel trim around rectangle of picture. Bottom of matte reads: WHITE 1261 BROADWAY N.Y. Image dimensions are: 10 cm X 14.1 cm
Date: 1890
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, October 11, 1834]

Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias: On the politics surrounding Andrew Jackson and the Bank of the United States. On General Paez's efforts to obtain Spanish recognition of Venezuelan independence and on rumors that Mexico will declare war on Spain if it does not recognize the former's independence. N(ew) York, October 11, 1834.
Date: October 11, 1834
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de, 1788-1836
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Letter from Anthony Dey, May 5, 1834]

Description: Letter from Anthony Dey to unknown person: On granting 200 Poles to settle in Zavala's granted land between the Sabine River and the town of Nacogdoches. New York, May 5, 1834. Anthony Dey was the New York attorney for the Galveston Bay and Texas Land Company.
Date: May 5, 1834
Creator: Dey, Anthony
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Certified Marriage Record of Zavala and West]

Description: A certified Marriage record of Lorenzo de (Lawrence) Zavala and Emily West. Took place November 12, 1831 at R. C. Church of Transfiguration by the Rev. Felix Varela. New York. Copied from the Parish Register on October 11, 1900.
Date: October 11, 1900
Creator: R. C. Church of the Transfiguration
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[A man on horseback wearing light colored pants, dark jacket, white shirt, and a hat]

Description: Photograph of a man on horseback. The man, who is wearing light colored pants, dark jacket, white shirt, and felt cowboy hat, is seated on a dark horse. The man's face and the background are not distinguishable because of extensive fading. The photograph is cropped into a circle with a white rectangular border. There is a thick trim with gold edge around perimeter of the white rectangle. The photo is mounted on a cardboard substrate with backing that has a floral vining pattern. In a rectangle at center of pattern text reads: "[drawing in circle of a man's arms holding a camera] Manufacturers of The Kodak Camera Eastman Kodak Co. 115 Oxford St. London Rochester N.Y."
Date: [1885..1910]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Teachers and children at an unidentified school in New York]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified school in New York. The predominantly African-American school children are standing three rows deep, with a white female teacher on crutches on the right side of the picture, a white male teacher with glasses in back, center of the class and an African-American female teacher with glasses on the far left side of the class. There is one white girl with a ribbon in her dark hair, standing in the middle of the picture between an African-American boy on her right and an African-American girl on her left. On the back of the photo, handwritten: "From Hattie Jackson Brooklyn, N.Y. 167 Hoyt St. To Mrs. A.P. George Richmond, Texas April 16, 1953"
Date: April 16, 1953
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[John and Juanita Jordan]

Description: Studio photograph of a young couple. The man and woman are identified as John and Juanita Jordan. Juanita, who has short curly blond hair, is wearing a plaid dress with cap sleeves and bow tied at center of collar. John is wearing a pin striped suit, white shirt, and dark patterned tie. He has a white handkerchief in his left breast pocket of his jacket. Written near bottom of image in blue ink: "With All Our Love, Nita [&] John". Written on back of photograph in black ink: "John & Juanita Jordan Made - Nov. 3, 1949 John, 25 years of age Nita, 21 years of age". Also on back in pencil: "3-4130". The photograph was in a gray and tan folder accession 2000.042.023b.
Date: November 3, 1949
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Louise Kinch]

Description: Photograph of a young woman wearing a dress and gloves. She is standing on a curb; trees are visible in the background. (back of photo) Louise (a member of St. Matthews Parish, Brooklyn, N.Y.C. married Bill Kinch.
Date: unknown
Partner: Palestine Public Library
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