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[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A funeral on the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin on the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Funeral procession in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Judge W. J. Austin

Description: Group of unidentified individuals on the west side of Denton Square for the funeral procession of Judge W. J. Austin.
Date: September 8, 1888
Creator: Weatherington, G. R.
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Interior of the First National Bank - Palestine]

Description: Interior photo of the First National Bank taken in September 1893. People identified in the photo are: Ed Caldwell, W.P. McMeans, Dr. Colley, Ed Stedman, L. Gooch, J.D. Grigsby and George A. Wright.
Date: September 1893
Partner: Palestine Public Library

[Ventura Contreras marriage license]

Description: Marriage license from 1898, joining "Ventura" Contreras and Angelita Madrid in marriage.
Date: September 14, 1898
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Goldthwaite Public School Student 1898]

Description: Photograph of a group of students of varying ages gathered together outside the entrance-way to a stone building. Two girls are inside the building, sitting on the edge of an open window to the right of the entrance way. The window to the left of the entrance is partially opened. "1898" is written in pencil above the top right corner of the photo on the mat. "Goldthwaite, Texas Public School. Sept. 15th 1898" is written twice on the back.
Date: September 15, 1898
Partner: Jennie Trent Dew Library

Cotton Statement

Description: Photograph of a document that records the sale of three cotton bales from J. O. Olson to Webb Holloway & Co. for a total of $72.57.
Date: September 17, 1898
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Temporary Capitol Burning

Description: View of the Temporary Capitol building burning looking west. People witnessing the event in the intersection of 11th and Congress Avenue
Date: September 30, 1899
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Gates Model Farm]

Description: Photograph of two unidentified men standing on a plot of land at Gates Model Farm on 3100 Procter Street. Behind them, there is a two-story wooden house with a woman and a man standing in front of it. In the background, there are wooden barns and a silo.
Date: September 14, 1900
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Portrait of Allene Freeman]

Description: Portrait of Allene Freeman dressed in white with flowers in her hands.
Date: September 2, 1901
Creator: Miller
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

Kendall-Bruce Literary Society

Description: North Texas State Normal College, Kendall-Bruce Literary Society, September 30, 1901. Advertisement with text and two images of men in suits.
Date: September 30, 1901
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[East Texas Industrial Carnival and Fair]

Description: Photo of some unidentified people riding a float in the parade celebrating the East Texas Industrial Carnival and Fair, September 16-18, 1902.
Date: September 1902
Partner: Palestine Public Library

[First Shipment on the Texas Short Line From Grand Saline]

Description: Photograph of five attached railroad cars on tracks, viewed from the side. Text is visible on the cars. Houses and trees can be seen to the right of the cars in the background. Men in hats stand atop the train cars, while several others lead a cart of hay bales on the left. Another person stands alone off to the far left. Typed text below the image says, "Texas Short Line Ry. Co. First shipment out of Grand Saline. Five cars of cotton for Greenville. September 8th, 1902," and "3182" is handwritten and underlined to the right. Handwritten text below the image says, "Southwest Collection."
Date: September 8, 1902
Creator: Southwest Collection
Partner: The Grace Museum

[First Texas Short Line Shipment Out of Grand Saline}

Description: Photograph of five attached railroad cars on tracks, viewed from the side. "Texas Short Line Railway Company" and additional text are visible on the cars. Buildings can be seen in the distant left background. Men in hats stand atop the train and alongside it on the grass. Typed text below the image says, "Texas Short Line Ry. Co. First shipment out of Grand Saline. Five cars of cotton for Greenville. September 8th, 1902." Handwritten text below the image says, "Southwest Collection."
Date: September 8, 1902
Creator: Southwest Collection
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Photograph of Oil Well Fire in Port Arthur, Texas, September 13, 1902]

Description: Photograph of an oil well fire, with smoke roiling into the sky as eighteen men look on. A tank to the left of the blaze is itself giving off smoke. Industrial materials litter the foreground, and two intact oil rigs can be seen in the background. On the reverse side, there is a handwritten passage stating "Kieths Ward Fire - Texas Gusher throwing 200 ft and Higgins 10000 barrel Pressure Tank."
Date: September 13, 1902
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Group of Students]

Description: Photograph of the first group of students at Port Arthur Industrial Arts and Manual Training High School. They are posing in six rows on the entryway stairs, and students are also sitting around the pillars of the entryway. In the background, there are two sets of double doors.
Date: September 1906
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

Carlsbad Well

Description: This picture, dated September 19, 1907, shows the Carlsbad Well at 415 NW 1st Avenue, and west of the Crazy Well drinking pavilion. It was one of the first drinking pavilions in Mineral Wells, and boasted that the water "Makes a man love HIS [sic] wife, makes a wife love HER [sic] husband/ Robs the divorce court of its business/ Takes the temper out of red-headed people/ Puts ginger into ginks/ and pepper into plodders."
Date: September 19, 1907
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[The Carlsbad Well: First Building]

Description: The Carlsbad (also known as the Texas Carlsbad Well), one of the early drinking pavilions in Mineral Wells, was located at 415 NW 1st Avenue, directly across the street and west of the first Crazy Well pavilion. It was openled in 1901 by Lycurgus Smith, one of the people who claimed improvement of his health by drinking the mineral water. . The Carlsbad slogan was: "Makes a man love HIS [sic] wife/ Makes a wife love HER [sic] husband/ Robs the divorce court of its business/ Takes the temper out of red-headed people/ Puts ginger into ginks/ And pepper into plodders." The pavilion was prominent in several pictures around the turn of the century; this picture--labeled "Sept. 19/07" in ink--was from an advertisement by the Yeager Drug Company. This early pavilion had been demolished by 1911, and replaced by a larger brick structure.
Date: September 19, 1907
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library
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