A typewritten manuscript for a sermon based on I Corinthians 3:9. This examines the ways we can work together, and the fact that without cooperation there is death. All the parts must work together, or the whole cannot survive. Cooperation multiplies power, gives denominational union, and blesses. First preached to San Saba Assoc. Then Mullen (10/25/1905); Lometa (1/7/1906); Abilene (1/27/1906); Cisco (2/18/1906); Kempner (2/11/1906); Ozona (3/1/1906); and May, Texas (3/3/1906).
A typewritten manuscript with a handwritten conclusion for a sermon. The idea is discussed that God predetermined all of us to be saved, but our freewill can separate us from God. Preached in May, and then Cisco, Texas (1/04/1920).
Photograph of men playing tennis on a court at Simmons University. The person third from the left has been identified as Edward Jackson Woodward. A description about the owner and photographer is included in a note on the back of the photo.
Letter from F. W. Flanagan to William John Bryan asking Bryan and other legislators to do something about the "door holding" practices at the court house preventing large groups of people from being able to buy land.