Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Mabel H. Brooks:

An Inventory of the Mabel H. Brooks Photograph Collection at the Texas State Archives, 1860-1920, undated



Overview

Creator:
Title: Mabel H. Brooks photograph collection
Dates: 1860-1920, undated
Abstract: The Mabel H. Brooks photograph collection consists of 220 photographs of Austin, Texas and the surrounding area, made between 1866 and 1920 by various photographers. The images were collected by Mabel Houghton Brooks and arranged into five scrapbooks. Samuel B. Hill, Hamilton Biscoe Hillyer, and William James Oliphant are the principal creators of the images, while some of the photographers are unknown.
Quantity: 1.25 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Biographical Sketch of Mabel Houghton Brooks

Mabel Houghton Brooks was born on April 29, 1876 in Greenville, Alabama. She moved to Austin, Texas in 1880. She received her bachelor of literature in 1898 and her master of arts degree in philosophy in 1901 from the University of Texas. In 1908 she was vice president of the University of Texas Alumni Association. Brooks was also a painter and commercial artist, training at the National Academy of Design and the Art Institute of Chicago and exhibiting her work at the Art Students League and at the Annual Exhibition by Texas Artists at the Fort Worth Art Museum in 1922 and 1923. She began working at the Texas State Library in April 1921 as the loan assistant and assistant cataloguer. In the 1920s, she is credited with finding the original glass plate negatives taken by George Robertson for William James Oliphant during a buffalo hunt in Buffalo Gap, Taylor County in 1874. She died in San Antonio, Texas on May 29, 1929.

(Sources include: Gracy, David. The State Library and Archives of Texas: a history, 1835-1962. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2010; Grauer, Paula L., and Grauer, Michael R. Dictionary of Texas Artists, 1800-1945. College Station: Texas A&M University, 1999.; Robinson, Charles M., The Buffalo Hunters. Austin: State House Press, 1995; Texas Library and Historical Commission. Biennial Report of the Texas Library and Historical Commission, Volumes 6-7. Texas State Library, 1921.)


Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Mabel H. Brooks photograph collection consists of 220 photographs of Austin, Texas and the surrounding area, made between 1866 and 1920 by various local photographers. The images were collected by Mabel Houghton Brooks and arranged into five scrapbooks. Samuel B. Hill, Hamilton Biscoe Hillyer, and William James Oliphant are the principal creators of the images, while some of the photographers are unknown. The majority of the images are of the State Capitol building, Congress Avenue, the Colorado River, and Barton Creek, in addition to images of local Austin businesses, churches, and individual family homes such as Pease Mansion and the Governor's Mansion. Also included are images of local landmarks such as the French Embassy, the Texas State Lunatic Asylum (now known as the Austin State Hospital), the Deaf and Dumb Institution (now known as the Texas School for the Deaf) and the Texas Military Institute. There are a series of images taken during the 1869 flood in Austin, along with an additional set of images documenting the construction and destruction of the first dam on Lake McDonald in 1900. Four images document President McKinley's visit to Austin in May 1901, showing the parade up Congress Avenue and a decorated welcome arch. Additional images show employees posing inside local businesses, including the Austin Statesman newspaper office, a city book store, and a dry goods store. The majority of the images are copy photographs and vary in size from 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. prints to larger 8 x 10 in. prints.


 

Arrangement of the Collection

These photographs were originally mounted within five scrapbooks but were removed because of preservation concerns. The prints have been numbered serially and remain in the original order in which they were arranged within the scrapbooks. Copy negatives of selected images are housed separately from the original and copy prints. The image descriptions have been adapted from the notes on the back of the prints. When known, the name of the photographer follows the title of the image. Duplicate images appear in the collection and have been noted within brackets. The breakdown of the scrapbooks is as follows:
Scrapbook 1: images 1932/005-1 thru 20
Scrapbook 2: images 1932/005-21 thru 97
Scrapbook 3: images 1932/005-98 thru 120
Scrapbook 4: images 1932/005-121 thru 185
Scrapbook 5: images 1932/005-186 thru 218
Images 1932/005-219 and 220 were later additions.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Under the Copyright Act of 1976 as amended in 1998, unpublished manuscripts are protected at a minimum through December 31, 2002 or 70 years after the author's death. The term of copyright for published material varies. Researchers are responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Hillyer, H.B. (Hamilton Biscoe), 1835-1903.
Hill, Samuel B., 1840-1917.
Oliphant, William J. (William James), 1845-1930.
McKinley, William, 1843-1901.
Corporate Names:
Texas State Capitol (Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Texas Governor's Mansion (Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Texas State Lunatic Asylum (Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Austin State Hospital (Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Texas School for the Deaf--Pictorial works.
Texas Military Institute (Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Subjects:
Landscapes--(Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Architecture--(Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Public buildings--(Austin, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Places:
Austin (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Burnet (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Colorado River (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Austin (Tex.)--Buildings, structures, etc--Pictorial works.
Barton Creek (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas--Austin--1860-1932, undated.
Negatives--Texas--Austin--undated.

Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
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Burleson (Emma Kyle) photograph collection, about 1869, 14 photographs [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1940/007.]
Souvenir of Austin, 1888, 57 engravings [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1941/015.]
Congress Avenue Photo, about 1900, 1 photograph [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1941/011.]
Nineteenth Century Austin collection, about 1860-1890's, 21 photographs [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1/015.]
Views of Austin, 1868-1923, undated, 25 photographs [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1/150.]
Firemen's Monument Dedication, 1896, 3 photographs [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1954/049.]
Souvenir of Austin, 1888, 56 engravings [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call number is 1970/036.]
Austin History Center
Hubert Jones Glass Plate Negative Collection, 1870-1900, 7 linear ft.
DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Lawrence T. Jones III Texas Photography Collection, ca. 1846-1945, 27 linear ft.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Mabel H. Brooks photograph collection. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1932/005

This collection was donated to the Texas State Library by Richard S. Brooks in 1932.

Processing Information

Preliminary inventory and notes by John Anderson, December 1983

Additional processing and EAD finding aid prepared by Halley Grogan, May 2013


Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Mabel H. Brooks photograph collection, 1860-1920, undated,
1.25 cubic ft.

Box Photo
PP0085 1932/005-1 Capitol in the snow, Austin, about 1920
1932/005-2 Capitol in the snow, Austin, about 1920
1932/005-3 Grand stand at Fair Grounds, now Hyde Park, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-4 President McKinley with military escort on Congress Avenue, Austin, about 1901
1932/005-5 The Arch of Welcome to President McKinley at Capitol Gate, Austin, about 1901
1932/005-6 President McKinley in Austin, about 1901
1932/005-7 President McKinley in Austin, about 1901
1932/005-8 State Capitol. Goddess of Liberty. Old Capitol, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1888
1932/005-9 Residence of J. H. Houghton. Residence of M. Butler. Brown & Maxey, Jewelers. Ph. Hatzfeld & Co., Dry Goods, Austin, undated
1932/005-10 Congress Ave. Pecan Street. Post Office. Driskill Hotel, Austin, undated
1932/005-11 Hebrew Synagogue. Methodist Church. Southern Presbyterian Church. Residence of Wm. H. Stacy. Catholic Church. Baptist Church, Austin, undated
1932/005-12 Tennis Grounds. Pecan Grove. Rustic Bridge. The Pool, Sunrise Spring. Sunrise Spring. A Bit of Road. Congress Avenue Bridge over Colorado River, Austin, undated
1932/005-13 Texas Land Office. First National Bank. Residence of Jno. Bremond. Governor's Mansion, Austin, undated
1932/005-14 A. J. Jernigan's Marble Yard. Residence of E. P. Hopkins. Group on South Side Drive. Residence of James Ford, Austin, undated
1932/005-15 St. Mary's Academy. Stuart Female Seminary. State University, Court House, Austin, undated
1932/005-17 Old Statesman Office between Seventh and Eighth on Congress, Austin, undated
1932/005-18 Old Statesman Office, between Seventh and Eighth on Congress, Austin, undated
1932/005-19 City Book Store, Austin, undated
1932/005-20 Racket Store, Sauter & Cuney, Congress Avenue between Ninth and Tenth Streets, Austin, undated
1932/005-21 "City of Austin The New Capitol of Texas in 1844." Drawing by Augustus Koch, 1844
[Same as 1932/005-219]
1932/005-22 and 23 French Embassy, exterior and interior views, Austin, undated
1932/005-24 Old Robertson Home, French consulate during the Republic of Texas, Austin, 1904
1932/005-25 Congress Avenue facing Capitol Building, Austin, 1866-1870
1932/005-26 Second Capitol building in Austin, 1865-1870
1932/005-27 and 28 Tight-rope performance by Denier, Austin. Fred Sterzing, photographer, about 1868
1932/005-29 Pecan Street. William S. Carter on horse, Austin. W. J. Oliphant, photographer, about 1866
[Same as 1932/005-173]
1932/005-30 Pecan Street and Congress Avenue, Austin, about 1866
[Same as 1932/005-172]
1932/005-31 Colorado River in flood, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, about 1869
1932/005-32 Colorado River in flood, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, about 1869
[Same as 1932/005-181]
1932/005-33 Home of Sir Swante Palm and stores, Austin, undated
Box Photo
PP0086 1932/005-35 Old City Hall, Austin, undated
1932/005-37 Old Land Office, Austin, before 1887
1932/005-38 Congress Avenue, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, about 1860's
1932/005-40 Congress Avenue facing Capitol Building, Austin, 1873-1877
[Same as 1932/005-220]
1932/005-41 View toward river, Austin, undated
1932/005-42 Ziller Residence, Peck's Hall, and Episcopal Church, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-211]
1932/005-43 Cart and horse at Ninth and Congress, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-98]
1932/005-44 Kluge's Restaurant, Austin, undated
1932/005-45 Lower town from Robertson Hill, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
1932/005-46 "Bird's Eye View of the City of Austin, Travis County, Texas." Drawing by Augustus Koch, 1873
[Same as 1932/005-107]
1932/005-47 Insane asylum, Austin State Hospital, Austin, 1873
1932/005-48 Deaf and Dumb Institution, Austin, undated
1932/005-49 View of Capitol Building from south bank of river, Austin, undated
1932/005-50 Governor's Mansion, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-180]
1932/005-51 Woodlawn, Pease Mansion, Austin. W. J. Oliphant, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-178]
1932/005-52 General Reynolds and the arsenal, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
1932/005-53 Old Capitol and First Baptist Church, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
[2 prints]
[Same as 1932/005-170]
1932/005-54 State Capitol, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1871
1932/005-55 Governor's Mansion and First Baptist Church, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, before 1877
[2 prints]
[Same as 1932/005-169]
1932/005-56 View of Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
1932/005-57 Government Building, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-185]
1932/005-58 View of Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
1932/005-59 City Hotel, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-184]
1932/005-60 Capitol Building, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, before 1881
[Same as 1932/005-66]
1932/005-61 Texas Military Institute, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-108]
1932/005-62 Insane asylum, Austin, 1873
[Same as 1932/005-109]
1932/005-63 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-64 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-65 View of Austin from the site of Deaf School. W. J. Oliphant, photographer, 1878
1932/005-66 Capitol Building, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, before 1881
[Same as 1932/005-60]
1932/005-67 25th Celebration of Saengerrunde on Congress Avenue, Austin. W. J. Oliphant, photographer, about 1879
[Same as 1932/005-112]
1932/005-69 Old Capitol Building burning, Austin, 1881
1932/005-70 Temporary Capitol Building, Austin, about 1880's
1932/005-72 Scots working on granite for Capitol Building, Burnet. N. M. Wilcox, photographer, 1884
1932/005-74 University of Texas, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, about 1885
1932/005-75 Capitol grounds, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1882 - 1883
1932/005-76 Congress Avenue, Union depot, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, about 1890
1932/005-77 Float in Labor Day parade, R. Bertram & Co., Austin, undated
1932/005-78 Capitol dedication parade, Austin, 1888 May 16
1932/005-79 Capitol dedication parade, Austin, 1888 May 16
1932/005-80 German Saengerfest, arch and streetcars on Congress Avenue looking towards Capitol Building, Austin, 1889
[Same as 1932/005-114]
1932/005-81 Stearn's Mill, Barton Springs, Austin, undated
1932/005-82 First dam under construction, Austin, undated
1932/005-83 First dam under construction, power house site, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-120]
1932/005-84 Laying the last stone of the first dam, Austin, May 1893
1932/005-85 Congress Avenue from Capitol Building steps, Austin, undated
1932/005-86 First dam, powerhouse, boathouse and Ben Hur, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-104]
1932/005-87 Winner of regatta on Lake McDonald, Austin, undated
1932/005-88 Boats in regatta on Lake McDonald, Austin, undated
1932/005-89 John Gandaur, winner of regatta on Lake McDonald, Austin, undated
1932/005-90 Boats on Lake McDonald: Ben Hur, Belle of Austin, Chautauqua, Austin, undated
1932/005-91 Wreck of the first dam, Austin, 1900
1932/005-92 Wreck of the first dam and powerhouse, Austin, 1900
1932/005-93 Peck's Hall, Austin, undated
1932/005-94 Congress Avenue from Capitol grounds, Austin, undated
1932/005-95 Temporary Capitol Building burning, Austin, undated
1932/005-96 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-97 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-98 Cart on West Ninth, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-43]
1932/005-99 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-101 "Old Dismal" hook and ladder wagon with Capitol Building in background, Austin, 1895
Box Photo
PPB007 1932/005-102 Hook and ladder and hose reel, Austin, 1892
Box Photo
PP0086 1932/005-103 First National Bank building, Austin, 1897
1932/005-104 Lake McDonald powerhouse, dam, boathouse, and Ben Hur, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-86]
1932/005-105 Governor's Mansion, Austin, before 1889
1932/005-106 "Austin the Seat of the Texas Government in 1840," photo of drawing in the Emigrant's Guide, 1844
1932/005-107 "Bird's Eye View of the City of Austin, Travis County, Texas." Drawing by Augustus Koch, 1873
[Same as 1932/005-46]
1932/005-108 Texas Military Institute, Austin, 1870-1873
[Same as 1932/005-61]
1932/005-109 State Insane Asylum, Austin, 1873
[Same as 1932/005-62]
1932/005-111 East Sixth Street, Austin, undated
1932/005-112 25th Celebration of Saengerrunde on Congress Avenue, Austin. W. J. Oliphant, photographer, 1879
[Same as 1932/005-67]
1932/005-113 Oliphant's Gallery and jewelry store, Austin, undated
1932/005-114 German Saengerfest, arch and streetcars on Congress Avenue looking towards Capitol Building, Austin, 1889
[Same as 1932/005-80]
1932/005-115 Congress Avenue, Austin, 1877-1881
1932/005-116 Congress Avenue, Austin, 1873-1877
1932/005-117 Congress Avenue, Austin, before 1873
Box Photo
PP0087 1932/005-118 Congress Avenue, Austin, before 1873
1932/005-119 View from south Austin, looking north, 1878
1932/005-120 First dam under construction, power house site, Austin, 1878
[Same as 1932/005-83]
1932/005-121 thru 125 Five views of the first log cabin of Swante Palm, Austin, undated
1932/005-126 Palm home 14th and San Jacinto, cabin is in the rear, Austin, undated
1932/005-127 First stone house in Austin, 12th and Sabine, Austin, undated
1932/005-128 Rust home, 200 W. Twelfth Street, Austin, undated
1932/005-129 Key to the French Embassy, Austin, undated
1932/005-130 Key to the French Embassy, Austin, undated
1932/005-131 French Embassy, Austin, undated
1932/005-132 Spaulding home, Austin, undated
1932/005-133 House built from logs of the first Treasury Building of the Republic of Texas, Austin, undated
1932/005-134 Log cabin in East Austin, undated
1932/005-135 Hatfield house, Austin, undated
1932/005-136 Old powder house, Austin, undated
1932/005-137 East Ash Street, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1881
1932/005-138 Congress Avenue, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1872
1932/005-139 Joseph L. Hume residence, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-140 East Pecan Street, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1868
1932/005-141 Mrs. Kirby's School for Girls, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1868
1932/005-142 Whitis Home, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1868
1932/005-143 Dr. Stoles' residence, Austin, undated
1932/005-144 Residence of H.B. Hillyer, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1868
1932/005-145 Congress Avenue, H.B. Hillyer's new gallery on Congress Avenue between Ash and Mulberry streets, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1868
1932/005-146 Post Office building, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1878-1881
1932/005-147 Hickory Street, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1881
1932/005-148 Congress Avenue, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1881
1932/005-149 East Ash Street, cotton bales on cart, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1881
1932/005-150 Mesquite Street, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, 1881
1932/005-151 View of Austin, Land Office. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1868
1932/005-152 U. S. Military Parade, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1866-1867
1932/005-153 Pontoon bridge at foot of Brazos Street, Austin, undated
1932/005-154 Monument to Sam Houston, Austin, undated
1932/005-155 Great flood, Austin, July 1869
1932/005-156 Grant House, Northern Presbyterian Church, Tips' residence, and R. R. Bridge, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
1932/005-157 Church, Austin, 1865-1870
[MISSING?]
1932/005-158 Glasscock Mill built by slave labor, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, 1860
1932/005-159 Residences of H. Hirschfield, Col. Ellis and Texas Institute for Deaf and Dumb, Austin, undated
1932/005-160 View looking north from Capitol dome, Austin, 1898
1932/005-161 East Pecan Street, Oliphant's gallery, Austin, undated
1932/005-162 City Hall, Austin, 1873
1932/005-163 Hook and ladder in front of Fire Station, Austin, 1894
1932/005-164 Hook and ladder on parade, Austin, 1900
1932/005-165 Soldiers home, Austin, about 1891
1932/005-166 French Embassy, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, about 1891
1932/005-167 Capitol Building, Austin, before 1881
[Same as 1932/5-171]
1932/005-168 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-169 Governor's Mansion and the First Baptist Church, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-55]
1932/005-170 Old Capitol and First Baptist Church, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, before 1881
[Same as 1932/005-53]
1932/005-171 Capitol Building, Austin, before 1881
[Same as 1932/5-167]
1932/005-172 Pecan Street and Congress Avenue, Austin, 1886
[Same as 1932/005-30]
1932/005-173 Pecan Street. William S. Carter on horse, Austin. W. J. Oliphant, photographer, 1866
[Same as 1932/005-29]
1932/005-175 Corner of Fifth and Congress Avenue, Austin, 1865-1870
1932/005-176 View of Austin, undated
1932/005-177 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-178 Woodlawn, Pease Mansion, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-51]
1932/005-179 Courthouse, river and mountains, Austin, undated
1932/005-180 Governor's Mansion, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-50]
1932/005-181 Colorado River in flood, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, July 1869
[Same as 1932/005-32]
1932/005-182 Roberson's and Hook's churches on the hill, Austin, 1865-1870
Box Photo
PP0088 1932/005-183 Looking down the river, Austin, undated
1932/005-184 City Hotel, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-59]
1932/005-185 Government Building, Austin. H.B. Hillyer, photographer, undated
[Same as 1932/005-57]
1932/005-186 Corporation Bridge, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-187 Mount Bonnell and Mount Barker, Austin, 1865-1870
1932/005-188 Eleventh Street, courthouse and stone jail, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, about 1880's
1932/005-189 African Methodist Episcopal church, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, about 1880's
1932/005-190 First National Bank, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-191 Post Office, Hancock Building, Masonic temple, Austin, after 1882
1932/005-192 East side view of Congress Avenue from Deaf School site, Austin, undated
1932/005-193 Austin north from the Deaf School, undated
1932/005-194 Congress Avenue at Eleventh showing temporary Capitol and courthouse, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-195 Courthouse, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-196 Old Land Office building, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-197 Jewelers on Congress Avenue, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-198 Dedication of Firemen's Monument, Capitol grounds, Austin, undated
1932/005-199 Congress Avenue, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, undated
1932/005-200 View of Congress Avenue towards Capitol, parade of people, Austin, about 1920's
1932/005-201 Lake McDonald filling and the Ben Hur, Austin, 1893
1932/005-202 Anderson Mill, Cypress Creek, Austin, undated
1932/005-203 Paggi's Mill, Barton Creek, Austin. Drawing by Lungwitz, undated
1932/005-204 Paggi's Mill, Barton Creek, Austin, undated
1932/005-205 Paggi's Mill, Austin, undated
1932/005-206 Steam mill on Barton Creek, Austin, undated
1932/005-207 Bridge on Barton Creek, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-212]
1932/005-208 Stone house, Sixth and Congress, Austin, undated
1932/005-209 Wooden toll bridge at foot of Congress, Austin. S.B. Hill, photographer, after 1876
1932/005-210 Chimney at First and Colorado streets, Austin, undated
1932/005-211 Ziller Residence, Peck's Hall, and Episcopal Church, Austin, undated
[Same as 1932/005-42]
1932/005-212 Bridge over Barton Creek, Austin, 1900
[Same as 1932/005-207]
1932/005-213 Congress Avenue, Austin, undated
1932/005-214 East Sixth Street, Austin, undated
1932/005-215 Congress Avenue, Austin, about 1890
1932/005-216 Congress Avenue, Austin, 1886
1932/005-218 "City of Austin: The Capitol of Texas in January." 1840
1932/005-219 "City of Austin The New Capitol of Texas in 1844." Drawing by Augustus Koch, 1840
[Same as 1932/005-21]
1932/005-220 Congress Avenue looking toward the Capitol, Austin, 1873-1877
[Same as 1932/005-40]