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[Portrait of Dr. Charles Carter]

Photograph of Dr. Charles Carter positioned from the chest up. Dr. Carter is pictured in front of a dark background wearing a dark suit and tie, and a light colored dress shirt underneath.
Date: unknown
Creator: A. Bachman
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History
[Clipping: African American Leaders Demand MLK Holiday] (open access)

[Clipping: African American Leaders Demand MLK Holiday]

Newspaper clipping of the article, "African American Leaders Demand MLK Holiday" in NOKOA: The Observer discussing a recent meeting between House Speaker Gib Lewis and several elected officials and community leaders, including Frank Tejada, Ron Wilson, and Mario Salas, regarding the bill to make Martin Luther King, Jr. Day an official state holiday.
Date: May 16, 1991
Creator: Adams, Ronald
Object Type: Clipping
System: The Portal to Texas History
[Clipping: African American [..] MLK Holiday] (open access)

[Clipping: African American [..] MLK Holiday]

Newspaper clipping of the article, "African American [..] MLK Holiday" discussing the passage of a Texas Senate bill to make Martin Luther King, Jr. Day an official holiday in Texas. The article includes a photo of Mario Salas, who was one of the civil rights leaders advocating for the bill.
Date: 199X-05-10
Creator: Adams, Ronald
Object Type: Clipping
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Portrait of a Young Woman Outdoors]

Photograph of an unknown woman positioned from the lower body up. She is wearing a light colored skirt, dark colored top with a lace collar pinned by a small spoon. She is holding a purse with her right hand. Trees and long grass are visible in the right side of the photograph. Text on the back identifies G. A. Addison, from Georgetown, Texas, as the photographer.
Date: unknown
Creator: Addison, G. A.
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Portrait of Unknown Woman Wearing Cross Necklace]

Photograph of an unknown woman positioned from the chest up. She is pictured wearing a dark colored top with a high lace collar and a cross necklace is visible over the collar. Text on back identifies G. A. Addison from Taylor, Texas, as the photographer.
Date: unknown
Creator: Addison, G. A.
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Unknown Man With Dark Hair and Mustache]

Photograph of an unknown man positioned from the chest up. He is pictured in a dark colored suit jacket and bow tie with a light colored dress shirt underneath. Text on back identifies G. A. Addison from Taylor, Texas, as the photographer.
Date: unknown
Creator: Addison, G. A.
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History
[Letter from J. B. Addison to C. C. Cox, June 19th, 1895] (open access)

[Letter from J. B. Addison to C. C. Cox, June 19th, 1895]

Letter from J. B. Addison to C. C. Cox discussing a payment to Cox. The envelope is included.
Date: June 19, 1895
Creator: Addison, J. B.
Object Type: Letter
System: The Portal to Texas History
Constitution and Bylaws of the Afro-American Pistol and Rifle Association (open access)

Constitution and Bylaws of the Afro-American Pistol and Rifle Association

Constitution and bylaws of the Afro-American Pistol and Rifle Association, which lists the mission of the association, its organizational structure, and the rules for membership. This document includes the first three pages only.
Date: 1977
Creator: Afro-American Pistol and Rifle Association
Object Type: Text
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Class of the Ninth Annual School For Firemen]

Photograph of the class of the 1938 School for Fireman in College Station, Texas. The men are gathered on the steps of a building and some are wearing peaked caps. The text reads, "Ninth Annual School for Fireman, College Station, Texas, July 18-22, 1938, Aggieland Studio."
Date: [1938-07-18..1938-07-22]
Creator: Aggieland Studio
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Class of the Second Annual School For Firemen]

Photograph of the class of the 1931 School for Fireman in College Station, Texas. The men are gathered on the steps of a building and many are wearing suits or uniforms. The text reads, "Second Ann[ual School for] Fi[rema]n, College Station, Texas, April 27-28-29, 1931, Aggieland Studio."
Date: [1931-04-27..1931-04-29]
Creator: Aggieland Studio
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Class of the Tenth Annual School For Firemen]

Photograph of the class of the 1939 School for Fireman in College Station, Texas. The men are gathered on the steps of a building and some are wearing peaked caps. The text reads, "Tenth Annual School for Fireman, College Station, Texas, July 17-21, 1939, Aggieland Studio."
Date: [1939-07-17..1939-07-21]
Creator: Aggieland Studio
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History
[Letter from A. C. Allen to C. C. Cox, November 18th, 1918] (open access)

[Letter from A. C. Allen to C. C. Cox, November 18th, 1918]

Letter from lawyer A. C. Allen to C. C. Cox discussing a lawsuit against a Mr. Corbett in Montgomery County, Texas. The envelope is included.
Date: November 18, 1918
Creator: Allen, A. C.
Object Type: Letter
System: The Portal to Texas History
[Adoption Statement of Deborah Amazon] (open access)

[Adoption Statement of Deborah Amazon]

Personal statement of Deborah Amazon regarding the adoption of Leah Amazon from Guangdong Province, China, describing the decision and process of adopting Leah. There is a photo of Deborah Amazon on the back of the page.
Date: unknown
Creator: Amazon, Deborah
Object Type: Text
System: The Portal to Texas History
[Oral History with Deborah Amazon] transcript

[Oral History with Deborah Amazon]

Oral history with Deborah Amazon regarding the adoption of Leah Amazon from China, describing how she arrived at the decision to adopt her daughter and her experiences raising her in Vermont. She speaks about Leah's challenges with being adopted and growing up in a majority white community.
Date: unknown
Creator: Amazon, Deborah
Object Type: Sound
System: The Portal to Texas History

Little Peoples' Lesson Pictures, Volume 5, Number 3, Part 4, July 28, 1895

A card featuring a color illustration of the Hebrews traveling to Canaan, with scriptural information on the back. The card is part of Little Peoples' Lesson Pictures, a subscription based, quarterly series for participating Sunday schools.
Date: July 28, 1895
Creator: American Sunday-School Union
Object Type: Image
System: The Portal to Texas History
Scholars' Lesson Paper, May 1895 (open access)

Scholars' Lesson Paper, May 1895

The Scholars' Lesson Paper for May 1895, a non-denominational Christian pamphlet for Sunday school teachers, featuring weekly and daily scriptural readings along with related lesson topics and questions.
Date: May 26, 1895
Creator: American Sunday-School Union
Object Type: Pamphlet
System: The Portal to Texas History
[American Wine, Liquor and Cigar Company Reopening Card] (open access)

[American Wine, Liquor and Cigar Company Reopening Card]

A business card announcing the opening of a new location for the American Wine, Liquor and Cigar Company in Omaha, Nebraska.
Date: [1900..1925]
Creator: American Wine, Liquor and Cigar Company
Object Type: Text
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Portrait of an Unknown Older Woman]

Photograph of an unknown older woman captured from the chest up. She is pictured wearing dark colored clothing that has button accents down the chest. Dangle earrings are visible within her ears.
Date: unknown
Creator: Anderson
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Two Young Children in Costumes]

Photograph of an unknown young boy and girl and wearing costumes. The young girl is wearing an all light color wedding dress with a veil that has a flowers at the crown. She is also shown hold a small bouquet of flowers in one hand. The boy is also dressed in all light color clothing in the style of a sailor with a necklace on with a pendant in the shape of an anchor. He is shown holding a straw hat in his hand.
Date: unknown
Creator: Anderson, S.
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History
San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, July 2, 1976 (open access)

San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, July 2, 1976

Weekly newspaper from San Antonio, Texas that includes local, state, and national news along with advertising.
Date: July 2, 1976
Creator: Andrews, U. J.
Object Type: Newspaper
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Portrait of a Woman Sitting Down]

Photograph of an unknown woman positioned from the chest up. She is pictured in front of a dark colored background while wearing a dark colored dress with a light colored printed lining. Text on the front identifies Ankenman & Butler from Mason, Texas, as the photographer.
Date: unknown
Creator: Ankenman & Butler
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Portrait of an Young Woman With Large Bow Collar]

Photograph of an unknown woman positioned from the chest up. She is pictured wearing a dark colored top with a bow on the collar pinned with a broach. Text on the front identifies N. Ankenman from Mason, Texas as the photographer.
Date: unknown
Creator: Ankenman, N.
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Unknown Man Standing Next to Fabric Covered Table]

Photograph of an unknown man positioned to show his full body. He is pictured next to a cloth covered side table and a grandfather clock is visible in the background. The man is wearing a dark colored suit with a lighter colored dress shirt and tie underneath. Text on the front identifies N. Ankenman from Mason, Texas, as the photographer.
Date: unknown
Creator: Ankenman, N.
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History

[Portrait of Ada Brown]

Photograph of Ada Brown captured from the chest up. In the image Brown is positioned in front of a dark color background while wearing a light color dress. Her dress has dark color line detailing around the collar.
Date: unknown
Creator: Anthony
Object Type: Photograph
System: The Portal to Texas History