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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection was received from the Women’s Shelter of Nacogdoches. The majority of the collection is stereographs and un-mailed postcards. There are some postcards send by Marion Ellis to her family while she was in Europe in 1910-11, possibly on her honeymoon with husband, Lee Randolph, whom she married in July 15, 1910. The un-mailed European postcards were most likely collected by Evelyn Ellis during her time with the American Red Cross in France during World War I. There are also...
Photographs (18); postcards (12); funeral notice and obituary of Fred W. Harlacher; and genealogical research (photocopies of pedigree charts, family trees, notes, and photographs) on the Flores and Patterson families
Scope and Contents There are a wide range of materials in the Hall Family Collection. In the personal and family correspondence there are court records, diary entries, holiday cards, letters, newspaper clippings, notebooks, notes, poetry, postcards, sympathy cards, and telegrams. The business records in the collection often consist of accounts, bills, ledger books, letters, memos, minutes, notes, promissory notes, receipts, and reports. Leisure and travel are most often documented with booklets, brochures,...
Dates: Event: Donated 11/2/2019
Content Description The collection consists of a letter written by Mary Louise Fant concerning a pamphlet about racial integration by one T. G. Tilford, a magnetic record disc with unkown audio, several pieces of World War One memorabilia including position maps, a regiment book, a souvenir folder. and a song booklet. There are also forty-eight postcards addressed to various people, two postcard books from France, seven tintype photographs, two large photographs, and twelve World War One souvenir photographs....
Dates: Event: Donate 10/25/2021; 1899-1963