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[Funeral Program for Elnora Coleman-Cunningham, February 1, 2011]

Description: Funeral program for Elnora Coleman-Cunningham, born September 30, 1915 and died January 23, 2011. The funeral was held February 1, 2011 at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. Jessie Hardeman. Funeral arrangements were made through Lewis Funeral Home and she was buried in Meadowlawn Memorial Park in San Antonio, Texas.
Date: February 1, 2011
Creator: A Clark's Creation
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[Brownsville Construction on Post Office]

Description: Photograph of construction on the Brownsville post office, a building consisting of two incomplete stories and no roof. The first floor has an arched doorway in the middle and several arch-shaped windows on either side and the second story has several rectangular windows on both sides. In front of the building a man is standing in front of a pile of lumber and other materials next to a tree. In the foreground there are several large stacks of bricks and on the right another building with two chimneys is partially visible.
Date: October 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse and Post Office Foundation]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville U.S. court house and post office, showing a large building site dug into the ground with another building on the street above in the background. In the foreground there is a large puddle with pieces of lumber scattered around it and part of a crane on the far right. Farther back tho horses are standing and two construction workers are standing in front of the site wall while several other men are sitting on the ground above in front of a large wall. In the background on the right there is a small structure with stairs next to a wooden wall and several trees and a JC Penney building can be seen on the street behind them. A text on the front of the postcard reads: "A. Rogers Photo. 11-1-1931."
Date: October 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse and Post Office From Tenth Street]

Description: Photograph of the Brownsville Federal Building and post office, a four-story brick building, taken from across the street. In the foreground several automobiles are parked on both sides of the street and part of a store front can be seen on the left. One of the cars in front has a label on the spare tire covering that reads "Clark Electric Shop" and telephone lines and palm trees are also visible in front of the building.
Date: November 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Post Office and Courthouse]

Description: Photograph of construction on the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, a building consisting of two incomplete stories and no roof. The left part of the building is only a single floor and has a large pole on top of it while the part on the right has two floors. In front of the building on the left several people are standing in the street in front of the sidewalk, which is covered in debris, and on the right cars are parked on the side of the street. Next to the post office on the right is another building with a sign that reads "Kress Store" and on the left another building and telephone lines are visible. A text on the front of the photograph reads " Rogers Photo 10-01-1931."
Date: October 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Construction of Post Office]

Description: Photograph of construction of the Brownsville U.S. post office, which consists of two completed stories without a roof. The building has a row of rectangular windows on the second story and arch-shaped windows on the first story. Directly in front of the building a man is standing in front of a pile of lumber next to a tree. In the foreground two workers can be seen behind a stack of bricks and there are several more stacks of bricks on the left and right and house is partially visible in the background.
Date: October 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Construction of Post Office Foundation]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville post office. In the foreground there is a large puddle with lumber and other materials scattered around it and what appears to be a steam-powered machine behind it on the right. In the middle several construction workers are standing space far apart and part of a crane can be seen on the far left. In the background there is wall made of wooden planks and a small building with stairs leading up to it and behind it a large multi-story building and treetops are visible.
Date: January 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Courthouse and Post Office Foundation]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office showing a large site dug into the ground with buildings visible on the street in the background. In the foreground the site is mostly empty except for what appears to be a machine on the left and a puddle on the right. Behind the site several people are watching from the street above, where various cars, trees, and buildings are also visible. A text on the front of the photograph reads "A. Rogers Photo 11-1-1931."
Date: October 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Decorative Moldings]

Description: Photograph of three separate decorative wall moldings. At the top the first one, marked 28, is a rectangular horizontal section featuring an eagle with folded wings and a shield in the center and a flowing banner behind it. Next to it on the right is another piece, marked 23, which looks like the top of a column with several curled figures in the middle, rope-like borders on the left and right, and a flat top. Underneath it the last piece, number 24, has a semicircle shape and features an eagle with spread wings and a shield with stars and stripes on it in the center. On the left the eagle is holding a branch in one claw and on the right it is holding a bundle of arrows in the other claw. Attached to the photograph is a typewritten note that reads "U.S. Ct. Ho; Cu. Ho. and P.O. Brownsville, Texas. June 1st-32."
Date: June 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Digging Foundation of Post Office]

Description: Photograph of construction workers digging the foundation for the Brownsville post office. In the foreground workers are standing in a row of holes lined with wooden planks while other men stand and watch from the ground above. Behind them lumber and other materials are scattered throughout the building site and a ladder is leaning against the side wall on the far left. Towards the back several men are standing next to what appears to be a steam-powered machine and behind them people can be seen watching from the street above. In the background several buildings and automobiles are visible. A handwritten note on the front of the photograph reads "A. Rogers Photo 1-1-32."
Date: January 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Foundation of Brownsville Post Office]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville post office consisting of a large building site dug into the ground with a city street visible in the background. In the foreground a pile of large pipes can be seen in the building site and behind it on the left there is what appears to be a steam-powered machine and a tall structure of some kind. On the left several barrels are visible on the ground above the site and behind the site there is a wooden wall with trees and houses partially visible on the other side. On the right side a small group of people is watching from the street and on the far right several automobiles are parked at a gas station. A text on the front of the photograph reads "Rogers Photo 12-1-1931."
Date: December 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Post Office Foundation]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville post office featuring a large construction site dug into the ground with several other buildings partially visible in the background. In the foreground a construction worker is standing in one corner of the site and behind him a steam-powered machine and large structure are visible. On the left there is a puddle and a pile of large pipes. In the foreground on the left a young man wearing a hat watches from the street above and a text on the front of the photograph reads: "Rogers Photo 12-01-1931."
Date: December 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Post Office Foundation Looking Northeast]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville post office consisting of a large building site dug into the ground with a city street visible in the background. In the foreground a pile of large pipes can be seen in the building site and behind it on the left there is what appears to be a steam-powered machine and a tall structure of some kind. On the left several barrels are visible on the ground above the site and behind the site there is a wooden wall with trees and houses partially visible on the other side. On the right side a small group of people is watching from the street and on the far right several automobiles are parked at a gas station. A text on the front of the photograph reads "Rogers Photo 12-1-1931."
Date: December 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Post Office Foundation Looking Southwest]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville post office featuring a large construction site dug into the ground with several other buildings partially visible in the background. In the foreground a construction worker is standing in one corner of the site and behind him a steam-powered machine and large structure are visible. On the left there is a puddle and a pile of large pipes. In the foreground on the left a young man wearing a hat watches from the street above and a text on the front of the photograph reads: "Rogers Photo 12-01-1931."
Date: December 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Steel Reinforced Wall]

Description: Photograph of a steel-reinforced wooden wall for the basement of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office. The wall consists of several wooden boards stacked on top of each other with a steel grid on the side. A handwritten note on the front of the photograph reads A. Rogers Photo 2-1-1932."
Date: February 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Wall Moldings]

Description: Photograph of two separate decorative moldings. The first, marked "30," is shaped the top of a column with several curly ornamental figures and a flat top. The second, marked "25," is a wreath with a bow on the bottom whose ribbon extends into decorative folds on the left and right. Attached to the photograph is a typewritten note that reads: "U.S. CT. HO; CU; & P.O. Brownsville, Texas. June 1-32.
Date: June 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
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Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[News release: Promoting Visibility of Lesbian/Gay & AIDS Issues During the Presidential Primaries]

Description: A news release from the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) discussing their organization utilizing the presidential primaries to forcefully promote their agendas and encouraging other HIV/AIDS and LGBT rights organizations to do the same.
Date: February 1, 1992
Creator: AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP)
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[RE: Page 34: Transcripts of the Regional Institute Director's Meeting, October 28 - 31, 1990, Captiva Island, Florida]

Description: A memo from Julie Abel, program associate of the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, to the Regional Insitute Directors, Sheila Brown, Maggie DiBlasio, Edith Curtis Johnson, Anne Lindsey, Nancy MacGregor, Tom McMullen, Nancy Roucher, Joyce Wright, Jack Davis, Dwaine Greer, Phyllis Scott Johnson, Jessie Lovano-Kerr, Bill McCarter, Jeffery Patchen and Frances Thurber. The memo is in regards to an enclosed transcript from the meeting of October 28 - 31, 1990. cc'd on the memo are Ann Bassi, Pamela Glintenkamp, Vicki Rosenberg, Leilani Lattin Duke, Michael Kendall, Mary Ann Stankiewicz.
Date: March 1, 1991
Creator: Abel, Julie
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[RE: Enclosed Documents]

Description: Photocopy of a memo from Julie Anne Abel, Program Associate, Getty Center for Education in the Arts, to Bill McCarter and Jack Davis. In regards to enclosed documents sent to McCarter and Davis about fundraising, as they researched to find institutes to support their education reform program. The enclosed document is a clipping from the Corporate giving watch, with some pages of potential foundations.
Date: September 1, 1989
Creator: Abel, Julie Anne
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections