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Third Court of Civil Appeals

1923

Front elevation and north elevation, screened porch, shows steps, snow. Built by Abner Cook in 1855 and continuously occupied since 1856. The house was occupied here by first female texas governor Miriam A. Ferguson.

1925

Studio portrait of Paul W. McFadden on November 24, 1926.

1926-11-24

Exterior view of Achilles Grocery store located at 1608-10 Lavaca Street, circa 1920s. The sign on the building says "Achilles Grocery and Market HEALTH FOOD CENTER, W.A. Achilles and Co., I.G.A. Stores".

undated

Map of the City of Austin

1922

Murray Perkins Ramsey (about 12 yrs. old) holding a baseball bat in batting stance at 4312 Speedway.

circa 1921

Men and women riding a parade float decorated with flowers, and flags from the United States, the United Kingdom and other places. Men and women in costume ride the float. From the album of W.D. Craig.

1921-04-21

Based on original map drawn in 1919. Includes Legend showing city limits, bridges, boundary lines of city divisions, railroads, original survey lines, electric street railroad, fire stations, sand, fire hydrants, and buildings. Mounted on linen.

1928

Group portrait in front of the Capitol of Texas entrance

1928

Garza Meat Market on 701 E 6th Street with three employees including a salesman, Mozy Valdez, and a meat clerk.

Exterior view of Exide Battery Station with three cars parked outside

undated

Exterior of City Hall looking northeast at the corner of Colorado and 8th Street.

1920

Group photo of children and adults, circa 1920s. Identified individuals include Rev. James A. Musa, principal (man standing in suite); Abundio Salinas (1904-1989)(#6 girl standing next to girl with head scarf); and Miss Linnie Hopkins (teacher, standing at far end, wearing dark overcoat)

undated

Group portrait of Governor Miriam Ferguson on the steps of the Texas State Capitol on February 3, 1925. Ferguson is standing with Louise Bond, James Ferguson, Julia Hogan , Louise Guince and James Peel.

1925-02-03

unknown on drums; John C Lane, trombone; Fred Simons, trumpet; Gerald Decker, Piano; Alex Zevely, saxaphone; Clarence Meyer, banjo.Photo taken in John Bremond living room.

1923

Group portrait of seven men from the Texas Rangers including Adj. Gen. W.W. Sterling on the steps of the Capitol

undated

View of a field of spinach. A man in a fur coat stands looking over the field. People working and trucks are in the background. The caption reads "Cutting Spinach Near Austin, Texas, Jan. 13, 1922, M.H. Crockett and C.L. Crockett."

1922/01/13

W.D. Craig, Jr. and Dorothy Craig standing outside surrounded by trees and shrubs.

1928

Miriam "Ma" Ferguson and her daughter standing outside with a mule.

1924

Christmas tree by a stairwell at the Frank Taylor Ramsey home 4412 Avenue B. A toy train set circles the base of the tree.

circa 1921

Exterior, angled view of St. John Orphanage in 1928, located in North Austin on a tract of land. The three-story, stone building was built to home over 300 orphan girls and a two-story frame building for a boys' dormitory. In 1893, the late Dr. L. L. Campbell became moderator. St. John District Association was known to be the largest association for African Americans. Moderator Campbell negotiated plans for an Orphan Home and School. He purchased three hundred and fifty (350) acres of land, and in 1906, built St. John Orphan Home, but not without struggle. The St. John Orphanage, which was located in North Austin on a tract of land, where Highland Mall is presently located. Rev. Campbell was known as the founder of the St. John Orphanage.

1928

Annual Meeting of Austin Street Railway Employees

1922-01-17

Dorothy Craig and W.D. Craig, Jr. sitting on porch swing.

1925

Group portrait of Texas Rangers on the steps of the Capitol.

undated

Group portrait of First Baptist Church congregation in front of church at 14th and Red River, 1922. (far left) #1 William Owens, grandfather of Murray Owens; #3 Edwin Owens, father of Murray Owens; #2 Murray Owens. This site was eventually the location of Brackenridge Hospital in 1994

1922

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