[Stone Building in a Field]

[Stone Building in a Field]

Date: unknown
Creator: Williams, Byrd, Jr.
Description: Photograph of a stone building in a field of flowers and trees.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Portrait of a Woman]

[Portrait of a Woman]

Date: unknown
Creator: Williams, Byrd, Jr.
Description: Photograph of a woman taken as a bust portrait. She is wearing a coat and a hat.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Automobile With a Sign]

[Automobile With a Sign]

Date: unknown
Creator: Williams, Byrd, Jr.
Description: Photograph of an automobile with a sign which says "I am ____ for Sheriff". Horses and wagons are seen in the field in the background.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Sunrise or Sunset Over Water]

[Sunrise or Sunset Over Water]

Date: unknown
Creator: Williams, Byrd, Jr.
Description: Photograph of a sunrise or a sunset over a body of water. A small part of the coastline is visible on the right side of the print. The photo has a large cream colored border.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Landscape With a Roadway]

[Landscape With a Roadway]

Date: unknown
Creator: Williams, Byrd, Jr.
Description: Photograph of a landscape with the side of a mountain and a river included in the frame. A roadway cuts through the landscape. Taken by Byrd Williams, Jr. during college.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Library Card]

[Library Card]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gurley Presbyterian Sabbath School
Description: Library card for Gurley Presbyterian Sabbath School. The card is issued to Irene Redway, under the direction of her teacher Miss Hirst. The front of the card contains call numbers for books wanted, and the back of the card contains directions for using the card.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Epitaph of Colonel Ezekiel Polk]

[Epitaph of Colonel Ezekiel Polk]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Newspaper clipping containing the epitaph of Colonel Ezekiel Polk, father of former President James K. Polk. The epitaph was contributed to the newspaper by Mr. O. P. Foote, who copied the inscription while visiting the burying-ground in Bolivar, Tennessee while stationed there with the Third Iowa Infantry in 1862. Ezekiel Polk was born September 7, 1747, and died August 31, 1824 at the age of 76. The epitaph is a 20-line poem written by Ezekiel Polk himself at the age of 74. A handwritten note on the clipping indicates that the clipping was given to Charles B. Moore from Hubert Sauer.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[John G. Arthur Sues for Divorce]

[John G. Arthur Sues for Divorce]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The article mentions the cause of John G. Arthur call for divorce. It also mentions how his wife Mattie became a lawyer and throughout the marriage was the boss of the relationship and caused him financial loss. John also accuses his wife of beating him physically and verbally. His wife also schemed to disinherit John's daughter from a previous marriage. He was then forced at gun point to give her the deeds to all of his properties.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
The Latest in Ovals.

The Latest in Ovals.

Date: unknown
Creator: Robinson, E. P.
Description: An advertisement describing the advantages and ease of use in framing photographs with oval borders. Includes pricing and an image of the finished product.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Periodical Clipping of Olivier Pain]

[Periodical Clipping of Olivier Pain]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: An article describing the adventures of Olivier Pain. Sarting with his writings against Napoleon III's government. It mentions his wife and children. Then his adventures against the Communist government of France and his subsequent inprisonment. After escaping to Australia he arrived in the United States and went on to London. He was then secretary to Osman Pasha, after losing to the Russians he was offered to the French Government and refused. He was then a Russian prisoner of war and after that term he returned to Paris only to leap again into another adventure. This adventure was as the El Mahdi's right hand man against the Anglo-Egyptian Government.
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