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[Transcript of Letter from George Fisher to Stephen F. Austin, December 1, 1836]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from George Fisher to Stephen F. Austin, on December 1, 1836, impressing upon him the necessity for a newspaper that is sympathetic to the Texan cause, and asking that Austin help to revive the Correo Atlántico in New Orleans.
Date: December 1, 1836
Creator: Fisher, George
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Photograph of a Fire Station in Cincinnati, Ohio]

Description: Postcard of a fire station in the shoe and leather district in Cincinnati, Ohio. The fire department is outside the building with six horse-drawn vehicles in front of four garage doors. The doors are labeled (from left to right), "Engine Co - No. 44", "Engine Co - "No. 4", "Water Tower No. 2", and "Ladder Co - No. 7." A handwritten message on the back of the photograph says, "[...] I am sending you this to let you know that I am alive, but want to get back to [...]. Give all the boys my regards. [...]". The postcard is signed by S. W. Berkley.
Date: December 15, 1909
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Client Card: Mr. Clement J. Barnhorn]

Description: Client card describing work completed at the Roman Bronze Works Foundry for Mr. Clement J. Barnhorn, including a job number, brief description, monetary amount, and dates associated with each entry. Pieces included: "St. Monica", "Indian Statuette" (2 copies), "Relief Louis M. Schiel" (31" x 44"), "Indian Statuette" (2 copies), "Relief Woodward the Tanner", "Group of Three Figures", "Indian Statue" (2 copies), "Bust of William Williams", "Portrait Inscription Plaque" (48" x 31"), and "Bust of Charles F. Williams".
Date: 1929-12-18/1934-10-26
Creator: Roman Bronze Works Foundry
Partner: Amon Carter Museum

WASP Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 4, December 1,1944

Description: Partial WASP newsletter from a base in Maxwell Field, Alabama, announcing the death of a WASP Staff Executive, Katherine Dussaq, who was a key member in planning reemployment possibilities for WASP after deactivation. Dussaq perished in a plane crash when her AT-6 went down on her way to Cincinnati. Attached after the newsletter is a pilot's log page belonging to Betty Jo Streff.
Date: December 1, 1944
Creator: Women Airforce Service Pilots (U.S.)
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum
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