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[Postcard Addressed to Nettie Hyde]

Description: Photograph of a post card addressed to Nettie Hyde. The bottom left of the postcard depicts a woman in a dress carrying a stack of boxes and walking in front of a trolley full of people looking at her. The top right has a quote that says, "It is really a shame to keep one waiting". The bottom right says "Greetings from San Antonio, Tex".
Date: 1907
Partner: Angelina County History Center

[Photos of Men in Fields]

Description: Photographs of men standing in fields in the mid 1940s. The photos on the first page are described as "Left: me behind the house. Right: me in a German lookout blind behind the house." and those on the second page are described as "Left: Dedricksen our company clerk. Right: me- Dedricksen and I were exploring in the woods near our house. The ground was a frozen over marsh. Cold – yes.".
Date: 1943/1945
Creator: Partain, Douglas Wise
Partner: Angelina County History Center

[Postcard Addressed to Nettie Hyde, 1906]

Description: Photograph of a postcard addressed to Nettie Hyde. The postcard depicts a man standing on the left wearing a suit and tie and holding a cigar and a woman standing on the right wearing a dress. A large suitcase is sitting in the middle of them and says "Can I put my little number 8 in your trunk?" on the side.
Date: October 1906
Partner: Angelina County History Center

[Redland High School Basketball Team, 1938]

Description: Photograph of the Redland High School Basketball team wearing black sweatpants and jackets. Photographed left to right standing in the back row: Russell Davis, Delmas Riley, William Billingsley, Ennis Modisette, Abe Lankford, Fain Allen, and Doyle Bowers. Photographed left to right kneeling in the front row: Lonny Griffith, Ronald Brough, Jim Lankford, Arthur Cloyd, Jim Billingsley, and Denman Russell,
Date: 1938
Partner: Angelina County History Center

[Lufkin Trail Riders Club]

Description: Photograph of members of the Lufkin Trail Riders Club identified from left to right as Helen Tillman (partially obscured), Bonnie Childers, James Denham (further back), unknown (back to camera), and Carl Edward "Spanky" Gibson.
Date: May 1956
Partner: Angelina County History Center

Souvenir of a Pleasant Evening at the Mural Room]

Description: Photograph of a group of people having dinner at the Mural Room in June 1947. Two gentlemen to the left are identified as AJ Nystom Co., the couple on the center are Mr. and Mrs. NS Holland. The couple to the right are identified as Willie and Annie Jewel Royle and the man seated next to them is CB Statler.
Date: June 1947
Partner: Angelina County History Center

[Men on Horseback]

Description: Photograph of two men on horseback and one of them on the ground during a snow storm. The man on the right is identified as Charles Donal Mills and the other men are unidentified.
Date: 194X
Partner: Angelina County History Center

[Photos of Roxie Crews in Germany]

Description: Photographs of Roxie Crews in Frankfurt, Germany. The photos on the first page are described as "Top left: Summfrour and me. Top right and bottom left: We brought our trailer “office” on to Frankfurt. Sometimes we got our gas in barrel easier to handle. We used the hanger for the cans out of the weather.". The photos on the second page are described "Left: Me and a large bicycle factory was here. Top right: Me and the masur, Summfrour, flags at half-mast the day Roosevelt died. Bottom right: Me in a field of wild poppies. Beautiful – the poppies.".
Date: 1943/1945
Creator: Partain, Douglas Wise
Partner: Angelina County History Center

[Southland Paper Mill Board of Directors]

Description: Photograph of the board of directors of the Southland Mill Paper Company posing around a conference table. The directors are all wearing formal clothing and they are identified as top row, left to right, Jiggs Medford, 4 unidentified, Arthur Temple, Sr., President of Southern Pine Lumber Co., Simon W. Henderson, Jr., unidentified; seated, left to right, unidentified, Mr. Kurth, Mr. R. W. Wortham, Jr., Ernest Kurth, Sr., 2 unidentified, Edward K. Gaylord.
Date: 1940
Partner: Angelina County History Center
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