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Business at Twelfth street and University Avenue
Printed photograph of Huntsville, Texas showing the corner of Twelfth street and University Avenue. The corner building that houses several businesses is centered in the photograph. Poe and Wright's Photograph...
Downtown Austin toward the State Capitol
A view of Austin, Texas, looking north on Congress Avenue toward the State Capitol building from near Fifth Street. The State Capitol building in this photograph was destroyed by fire November 9, 1881....
Toothbrush Drill at the Brackenridge School
Printed half-tone photograph of a group of unidentified children at the Brackenridge School standing in a semi-circle and participating in a toothbrush drill. An early phonograph with external horn is...
Unidentified Gathering in front of the San Leon Motel
A large group of unidentified people poses by the entrance of the San Leon Motel. The men are dressed in uniform and are standing behind and among the women in the group. The first row is seated and includes...
J. Whitfield Barber Shop
The J. Whitfield Barber Shop operated out of a space on the first floor of a building in downtown Houston.
Five unidentified oil rigs
Five oil drilling derricks at an unidentified oil field. A stack of drill pipe is visible in the foreground next to the closest derrick.
Unidentified oil rigs
An unidentified oil field near Houston with a large concentration of drilling derricks.
Oil field in Humble
Artist's landscape drawing depicting a large concentration of drilling derricks in an oil field in Humble, Texas, seventeen miles north of Houston.
"Houston Post-Dispatch" (May 22, 1927)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by the "Houston Post-Dispatch" on May 22, 1927. The major headline refers to aviator Charles Lindbergh, who had landed the first transatlantic flight, from...
"Houston Post" (July 5, 1923)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on July 5, 1923. The major headline announces the boxing win of Jack Dempsey over Tommy Gibbons. Other national and world news stories...
"Houston Post" (November 11, 1918)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on November 11, 1918. The end of World War I is announced in bold headlines. The article in the lower left describes a plan of activities...
"Houston Post" (April 3, 1917)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on April 3, 1917. Two days after an American merchant ship is sunk by a German submarine, these headlines reflect the sentiment in...
"Houston Post" (May 6, 1910)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on April 22, 1910. Prominent headline in the top center of this newspaper announces the devastating earthquake in Cartago, Costa Rica....
World War I homecoming parade (unidentified street)
A group of men in military uniform gathers on the edge of an unidentified city street for a World War I homecoming parade. The street is crowded with cars--both parked and driving--and people line the...
"Houston Post" (April 22, 1910)
Image of the front page of a newspaper published by "The Houston Post" on April 22, 1910. Prominent headline in the top left of this newspaper announces the death of Mark Twain.
World War I homecoming parade (unidentified intersection)
Cars are stopped in multiple directions at an unidentified Houston street intersection. A horse-drawn water wagon is stopped in front of one line of cars. A few cars travel in the opposite direction and...
Soldiers marching down a street near Camp Logan
A line of soldiers march in formation down a street, preceded by a military band. A few unidentified people are watching from the side of the street. Houses line one side of the street, while poles supporting...
Soldiers marching near Camp Logan
A long line of soldiers march in formation down a street. A car waits in the foreground for room to proceed. Buildings and poles supporting wires line both sides of the street. Streetcar rails can also...
Advertisement promoting land to immigrants
Image of a broadside advertisement for the Houston and Texas Central Railroad offering land for immigrants. Multiple landscapes and cityscapes--many of which showcase modern modes of transportation--are...
Automobile with engine hand crank
An unidentified man leans on an automobile parked near a building. The hand crank for the automobile engine is visible in the photograph.
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