University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, 1907-2008



Descriptive Summary

Creator Runyon, Robert, photographer.
Title Robert Runyon Photograph Collection
Dates: 1907-2008
Abstract: The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection documents the diverse interests and multiple careers of Robert Runyon, including commercial photography in South Texas and Mexico, retail sales, local political office, and botany. The collection includes glass negatives, lantern slides, nitrate negatives, prints, postcards, correspondence, business records, and botany specimens.
Identification: 86-173; 86-239; 86-254; 88-168; 88-230; 89-118; 89-233; 89-238; 89-261; 89-298; 89-306; 89-314; 90-047; 90-101; 95-144; 97-324; 99-126; 2000-202; 2001-081; 2007-088; 2007-109; 2007-223; 2008-059; 2008-106; 2008-127; 2008-143; 2008-144; 2008-333
Extent approx. 15,000 photographs and 23 ft. manuscript material
Language Materials are in English and Spanish.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

The son of Floyd and Elizabeth (Lawson) Runyon, Robert Runyon was born on a farm near Catlettsburg in Boyd County, Kentucky, on July 28, 1881. On September 16, 1901, Runyon married Norah Young in Ironton, Ohio. The couple's only child, William, was born on August 6, 1904, in Ashland, Kentucky, where Runyon had taken a job selling insurance. On December 3, 1908, Norah died. In an effort to put the impact of her death behind him, Runyon left William with his late wife's parents and went to New Orleans and then to Houston looking for employment. In early 1909, the Gulf Coast News and Hotel Company hired him to sell sandwiches, fruit, candy, and cigarettes to passengers on the St. Louis, Brownsville, and Mexico Railway between Houston and Brownsville, Texas. Within a couple of months, the railway offered to make him manager of Gulf Coast's lunchroom and curio shop in the Brownsville depot. Runyon accepted the position and in April 1909 rented a room across the street from the railroad station, beginning a period of residency in Brownsville that continued without interruption for fifty-nine years until his death. Brownsville was very different from Runyon’s native Kentucky; with its tropical climate and close proximity to Mexico, the town embraced two cultures and thrived on diversity. Throughout the rest of his life, Runyon took an avid interest in studying and recording this unique area.

Runyon began work as a commercial photographer in 1910. His first images recorded urban life in Brownsville and Matamoros as well as the Rio Grande terrain. Then, during the summer and fall of 1913, he turned his attention to political events in Mexico as the Mexican Revolution reached the Texas border. On June 3, General Lucio Blanco and his Constitutionalist forces captured the Federal garrison at Matamoros. The next day, Runyon moved throughout the city, photographing the results of battle. He later recorded Blanco’s land distribution ceremony at Los Borregos in August and proceeded to travel with Blanco’s army south to Ciudad Victoria. Several months later, he returned to photograph revolutionary events in Monterrey. Back in Texas, Runyon also photographed the results of two 1915 bandit raids across the U.S. border: the August 15 raid at Norias Ranch and the October 18 train wreck at Olmito. Although small in number, Runyon’s images of the Mexican Revolution have great historical significance. The conflict between Rebels and Federals in Northeastern Mexico has gone largely undocumented; his photographs provide a unique record of this important event.

As the Revolution intensified, the United States responded by activating Fort Brown and transferring soldiers from across the country to the Brownsville camp. Runyon prodigiously recorded this military buildup and the subsequent preparations for U.S. entry into World War I. His photographs show the military transition from animal to mechanical power that occurred during this time period as well as the soldiers’ camp life and leisure activities. As with popular subjects such as bullfights and Mexican Revolution casualties, Runyon sold many of his Fort Brown views as postcards to the soldiers and to Valley residents and tourists.

The 1910s saw many changes in Runyon’s personal life in addition to changes in his career. He returned to Kentucky in the summer of 1910 to bring William back to Texas to live with him. On July 31, 1913, Runyon married Amelia Leonor Medrano Longoria, a young woman from a respected middle-class family with deep roots in northern Mexico. Between 1914 and 1926, Amelia bore five children: Lillian, Amali, Virginia, Robert, and Delbert.

After the tumultuous decade of the 1910s, Runyon returned to photographing familiar subjects in the peaceful and prosperous 1920s. He continued to document city life in the Lower Rio Grande Valley and in Matamoros, Mexico, and he also took many photographs of local beaches, lakes, and, especially, the Rio Grande. He began to pursue a growing interest in botany as well and used his camera to record native plants, including palm trees, yucca, and cactus. Runyon also continued to make and market postcards, but his most profitable enterprise during the early 1920s was studio photography. He aggressively promoted his small studio opposite the Brownsville railroad depot, drawing in thousands of customers and enjoying unprecedented popularity as a commercial photographer. In addition to studio work, he photographed school groups, sports teams, and the numerous excursion groups that came to Brownsville in the early 1920s as potential participants in the Valley land boom.

By 1926, however, Runyon decided to leave commercial photography for the more profitable trade in curios and souvenirs. He became a partner with his brother-in-law in a curio store in Matamoros, and later owned a store in Brownsville. Although he continued to take pictures of plants in conjunction with his botanical studies, after the late 1920s Runyon built his reputation as a highly successful amateur botanist and local politician rather than as a photographer. Runyon published two books on native plants, Texas Cacti (1930) and Vernacular Names of Plants Indigenous to the Lower Rio Grande Valley (1938), and in the 1920s began a crusade to save the native Texas palm, Sabal texana. Local politics became Runyon’s passion in the late 1930s. He was appointed Brownsville city manager in 1937 and in 1941 was elected mayor. The “stormy petrel” of Brownsville politics, as Runyon was known, held the position through 1943. In 1952 he unsuccessfully ran for the Texas House of Representatives. Runyon published a newspaper in the 1940s and wrote a small volume on family history, Genealogy of the Descendants of Anthony Lawson of Northumberland, England. He died after a short illness at the age of eighty-seven on March 9, 1968, in Brownsville.

Texas folklorist J. Frank Dobie, an acquaintance of Runyon, best summed up his life: “You have to admire a man like Runyon, who cuts off a little hunk of the world and dedicates a lifetime to its study.”


Scope and Contents

Comprised of approximately 15,000 photographs by Texas photographer Robert Runyon and related manuscript materials, the Robert Runyon Photograph Collection is a superb visual resource documenting the city of Brownsville, the Lower Rio Grande Valley and Northeastern Mexico during the 1910s and 1920s. Particularly notable are over 300 unique images of the Mexican Revolution, taken from 1913 to 1916. The collection contains a wide variety of photographic materials, including glass negatives, lantern slides, nitrate negatives, photographic prints, postcards, and panoramas. The photographs portion of the collection is arranged into series by photographic type, with several repeating subject sub-series: the Mexican Revolution, United States Military Forces, Mexico, Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas, Other United States Views, Botanical Studies, Portraits, and Copy Photographs (see below for a further description of the contents of these repeating subject sub-series).

Manuscript materials in the collection document Runyon's career as a commercial photographer based in Brownsville, Texas, and his growing interest postcard production (1909-1912). Correspondence, pamphlets, and price lists, many from photography supply companies in Texas, document the technical aspects of Runyon's photography business and the general state of photographic technology in the 1910s and early 1920s. Additional correspondence from Runyon's customers reveals the more personal side of commercial photography. Also included are records related to Runyon’s work with the Gulf Coast News and Hotel Company, his experience in local political office, Runyon family records, real estate records, other business and financial records, local publications featuring Runyon's photographs, and records pertaining to Runyon's interest in botany.

In addition, the collection includes image surrogates creating during archival processing projects and related exhibit materials.

Photographic subjects sub-series descriptions:

Mexican Revolution:

Robert Runyon’s photographs of the Mexican Revolution depict events in Northeastern Mexico from 1913 through 1916. Arranged by size, location and subject, the 350 unique images document revolutionary Matamoros, Monterrey, Ciudad Victoria, and the Texas border area and surrounding region. Beginning in Matamoros, Runyon photographed the Constitutionalist armies as well as the major military figures of the campaign. On June 4, 1913, the day after General Lucio Blanco and his rebel forces captured the Federal garrison at Matamoros, Runyon moved throughout the city photographing the victorious soldiers, Federal casualties, and political executions. Other Matamoros images include the Diez y Seis celebration in 1914 and the meeting of Mexican General Venustiano Carranza and U.S. Colonel A. P. Blocksom on the International Bridge in 1915. In Monterrey (1914), Runyon photographed Rebel soldiers, captured federal artillery, bombarded buildings, and memorial arches celebrating the Revolutionary cause, among other subjects. Most of the images from Ciudad Victoria relate to Runyon’s journey with Blanco’s army south from the Matamoros area to that city and to the Constitutionalist forces gathered there. At Los Borregos, Runyon photographed Blanco’s land distribution ceremony in August 1913, and he recorded the Villistas at nearby Las Rucias in 1915. He also recorded events surrounding several 1915 Mexican bandit raids in Texas including the August attack at Norias Ranch and the October train wreck at Olmito. General images of Carrancistas on horseback and in camp are grouped together, as are views of military executions and dead bodies. Blanco, Carranza, Pablo Gonzalez, and other leading figures are represented in the portrait section while unidentified groups of soldiers, soldaderas, nurses, and others are grouped under miscellaneous views. Finally the copy photographs include both Runyon images and other views taken by unidentified photographers. Note that some of the signed copy photographs probably were not taken originally by Runyon. By number and format, the Mexican Revolution images on microfiche are: 00001-00293, glass-plate negatives; 07905-07955, nitrate negatives; 10837-010840, prints; and 12405-12409, postcards.

United States Military Forces:

Robert Runyon’s photographs of U.S. military forces document the military buildup of troops in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas from 1913 through the end of World War I. These 2,108 unique images are arranged by location with the bulk taken at Fort Brown in Brownsville, Texas. Other locations include Llano Grande, Harlingen, Mercedes, Olmito, Point Isabel, Mission, and San Benito, Texas, as well as Fort Ringgold in Rio Grande City, Texas. The Fort Brown photographs are further subdivided by subject. General views include images of the base hospital, supply depot, and YMCA building as well as bird’s-eye views taken from the wireless tower. Numerous photographs show artillery, cavalry, and infantry groups in maneuvers and on review. Military support services are also documented. Of special note are views of the engineering corps building a pontoon bridge across the Rio Grande and photographs of innovative military equipment: armored trucks and cars, tanks, motorcycles, and airplanes. In addition, Runyon documented camp life at Fort Brown including soldiers’ leisure activities and “field day” athletic competitions. Funerals, parades, receptions, and banquets are among the special events Runyon photographed as is the visit to Fort Brown by President-elect Warren G. Harding in November 1920. Finally, Runyon took numerous portraits of soldiers stationed in and around Brownsville. Most are unidentified. By number and format, the images on microfiche of U.S. military forces are: 00294-02070, glass-plate negatives; 07956-08209, nitrate negatives; 10828, positive transparency; 10841-10887, prints; 12410-12423, postcards; and 12501-12520, panoramic prints.

Mexico:

Robert Runyon’s 681 unique images of Mexico document the cities of Matamoros, Monterrey, Tampico, and Ciudad Victoria as well as the surrounding countryside. The views of Mexico provide researchers with visual documentation of the culture, architecture, and landscape of the country’s northern towns and cities. Images of note include street scenes, buildings, railroads, cemeteries, plazas and bullfights from Matamoros, cityscapes and buildings of Monterrey, and photographs of churches taken at unidentified locations. Rural scenes include images of dams, jacals (houses), livestock, and peasants. There is also a group of photographs depicting Mexican crafts such as needlework and pottery. Copy photographs have been grouped together and include views of earthquake damage in the state of Vera Cruz. By number and format, the Mexico images on microfiche are: 02071-02394, glass-plate negatives; 08210-08507, nitrate negatives; 10829-10830, lantern slides; 10888-10928, prints; 12424-12441, postcards; and 12522, panoramic print.

Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas:

Robert Runyon’s 2,593 unique images of the Lower Rio Grande Valley document the region’s cities and towns, agricultural enterprises, leisure activities, and natural features. Many of the urban views are of Brownsville, Texas, including public and commercial buildings, residences, cemeteries, city activities, and special events. Other communities represented are: Donna, Edinburg, Harlingen, Hidalgo, La Feria, McAllen, Mercedes, Mission, Pharr, Point Isabel, Raymondville, Rio Grande City, San Benito, San Juan, Sebastian, Sharyland, and Zapata. Images not associated with particular towns are grouped according to subject. Valley technology is documented in images of oil wells, sugar and rice mills, cotton gins, and factories. Views of livestock, crops, fields, and orchards show the thriving agriculture of the area. The Valley’s leisure activities are well represented in photographs of fishing and hunting trips, football games, and other sporting events. In addition, a large number of images document the natural features of the area including the Rio Grande, the Gulf of Mexico, and such scenic views as sunsets and cloud formations. By number and format, the images on microfiche from the Lower Rio Grande Valley are: 02395-04133, glass-plate negatives; 08508-09082, nitrate negatives; 10722-10738, safety-base negatives; 10831-10833, lantern slides; 10929-11148, prints; 12442-12463, postcards; and 12523-12543, panoramic prints.

Other United States views:

Robert Runyon’s sixty-nine images of United States views outside the Lower Rio Grande Valley document public buildings and monuments in San Antonio, Texas, and Washington D.C. Included are views of missions, the Bexar County courthouse, and the Alamo in San Antonio and the White House and Capitol in Washington. Also included are images of the Kentucky and West Virginia countryside. By number and format, the images on microfiche of Other U.S. Views are: 04134-04189, glass-plate negatives and 09083-09097, nitrate negatives.

Botanical studies:

Robert Runyon’s botanical photographs document the plant life of the Lower Rio Grande Valley and Northeastern Mexico. The 927 unique images, arranged by subject, show plants discovered by Runyon as well as trees, maguey, yucca, flowers, and a variety of cactus including Mammillaria, Opuntia, and Echinocereus. The numerous cactus photographs are subdivided by genus, and many of the negatives and prints are identified taxinomically. By number and format, the Botanical images on microfiche are: 04190-04587, glass-plate negatives; 09098-09235, nitrate negatives; 10739-10827, safety-base negatives; 10834, lantern slide; 11149-11432, prints, and 12464-12469, postcards.

Portraits:

Robert Runyon’s portrait photographs represent his work as a studio photographer from the late 1910s through 1926. The 5,663 unique images, arranged alphabetically or by subject, show individuals and groups from Brownsville, Matamoros, and the surrounding areas. Of note are the panoramic excursion photographs that show potential land buyers brought to the Valley in the early 1920s by local immigration companies. Photographs of Runyon and his family are also included. By number and format, the portrait images on microfiche are: 04588-07732, glass-plate negatives; 09236-10718, nitrate negatives; 11433-12394, prints; 12470-12500, postcards; and 12544-12590, panoramic prints.

Copy photographs:

The series of Copy Photographs in the Robert Runyon collection show copied graphic images as well as documents. The 185 unique images, arranged by subject, include pages from military manuals, World War I songs, maps of Mexico, advertisements, personal legal documents, and blueprints. The graphic images are primarily scenes taken in Europe during World War I and portraits. By number and format, the Copy Photographs on microfiche are: 07733-07904, glass-plate negatives; 10719-10721, nitrate negatives; and 10835-10836, lantern slides: 12395-12404, copy photographs; and 12591-12595, panoramic prints.

Archivist’s note:

Many of the photographs on the finding aid are labeled with microfiche numbers and negative numbers from the 1988 NHPRC processing and reformatting project. For example, (001; 00001-00004) indicates that surrogate images are available on Runyon microfiche #1 with the negative numbers 1-4.


 

Organization and Arrangement

The papers are arranged by material type and subject into eleven series:
  • I. GLASS NEGATIVES--RESTRICTED
    • a. Mexican Revolution
    • b. United States Military Forces
    • c. Mexico
    • d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
    • e. Other United States views
    • f. Botanical studies
    • g. Portraits
    • h. Copy Photographs
  • II. NITRATE NEGATIVES--RESTRICTED
    • a. Mexican Revolution
    • b. United States Military Forces
    • c. Mexico
    • d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
    • e. Other United States views
    • f. Botanical studies
    • g. Portraits
    • h. Copy Photographs
  • III. SAFETY NEGATIVES
    • a. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
    • b. Botanical studies
    • c. Copy negatives with extant glass or nitrate negatives
  • IV. LANTERN SLIDES AND GLASS POSITIVES--RESTRICTED
    • a. Mexico
    • b. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
    • c. Botanical studies
    • d. Copy Photographs
    • e. Copy negatives with extant glass and nitrate negatives
  • V. PRINTS
    • a. Mexican Revolution
    • b. United States Military Forces
    • c. Mexico
    • d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
    • e. Other United States views
    • f. Botanical studies
    • g. Portraits
    • h. Copy Photographs
    • i. Duplicates
  • VI. POSTCARDS
    • a. Mexican Revolution
    • b. United States Military Forces
    • c. Mexico
    • d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
    • e. Botanical studies
    • f. Portraits
    • g. Later postcard accessions
  • VII. PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPHS
    • a. United States Military Forces
    • b. Mexico
    • c. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
    • d. Portraits
    • e. Non-Runyon panoramas
    • f. Duplicate panorama prints
  • VIII. ASSORTED PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS
  • IX. MANUSCRIPT MATERIALS
    • a. Gulf Coast News and Hotel Company
    • b. Commercial photography materials
    • c. Personal records
    • d. Assorted manuscript and printed materials
  • X. IMAGE SURROGATES
  • XI. EXHIBIT MATERIALS--RESTRICTED

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use of glass plate photographic negatives and nitrate negatives is by appointment only; please contact photo archivist for more information. For preservation concerns, some original materials are restricted. A microfiche or digital copy is provided for patron use.

Use Restrictions

A portion of this collection is stored remotely. Advance notice is required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.


Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Blanco, Lucio, 1879-1922--Photographs.
Blocksom, Augustus Perry, 1854-1931--Photographs.
Carranza, Venustiano, 1859-1920--Photographs.
Gonzalez, Pablo, 1879-1950--Photographs.
Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923--Photographs.
Runyon, Robert, 1881---Archives.
Runyon, Robert, 1881---Photographs.
Villa, Pancho, 1878-1923--Photographs.
Runyon family--Photographs.
Subjects (Organizations)
Gulf Coast News and Hotel Company.
King Ranch, Inc. Norias Division--Photographs.
United States. Army--1910-1920--Photographs.
Subjects
Buildings--Mexico--Matamoros--Photographs.
Buildings--Mexico--Monterrey--Photographs.
Bullfights--Mexico--Matamoros--Photographs.
Carriages and carts--Mexico--Photographs.
Cathedrals--Mexico--Monterrey--Photographs.
Cemeteries--Mexico--Matamoros--Photographs.
Church buildings--Mexico--Photographs.
Commercial photography--Texas.
Dams--Mexico--Photographs.
Dwellings--Mexico--Photographs.
Echinocereus--Texas--Photographs.
Horse railroads--Cars--Photographs.
Landscape photography--Mexico.
Landscape photography--Texas.
Livestock--Texas--Photographs.
Mammillaria (Cactus)--Photographs.
Opuntia--Texas--Photographs.
Photography--Equipment and supplies.
Photography--Portraits--Texas.
Plants--Texas--Photographs.
Plazas--Mexico--Matamoros--Photographs.
Postcard industry--United States.
Pottery--Mexico--Photographs.
Railroads--Mexico--Matamoros--Photographs.
Rio Grande (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.)--Photographs.
Streets--Mexico--Photographs.
Yucca--Texas--Photographs.
Places
Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.)--Photographs.
Brownsville (Tex.)--Photographs.
Capitol Hill (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
Ciudad Victoria (Mexico)--Photographs.
Donna (Tex.)--Photographs.
Edinburg (Tex.)--Photographs.
Fort Brown (Brownsville, Tex.)--Photographs.
Fort Ringgold (Tex.)--Photographs.
Harlingen (Tex.)--Photographs.
Hidalgo (Tex.)--Photographs.
La Feria (Tex.)--Photographs.
McAllen (Tex.)--Photographs.
Matamoros (Tamaulipas, Mexico)--Photographs.
Mercedes (Tex.)--Photographs.
Mexico, Gulf of--Photographs.
Mexico--History--Revolution, 1910-1920--Photographs.
Mexico--Rural conditions--Photographs.
Mission (Tex.)--Photographs.
Monterrey (Mexico)--Photographs.
Pharr (Tex.)--Photographs.
Port Isabel (Tex.)--Photographs.
Raymondville (Tex.)--Photographs.
Rio Grande (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.)--Photographs.
Rio Grande City (Tex.)--Photographs.
Rio Grande Valley (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.)--Photographs.
San Antonio (Tex.)--Historic buildings--Photographs.
San Benito (Tex.)--Photographs.
San Juan (Tex.)--Photographs.
Sharyland (Tex.)--Photographs.
Texas, South--Photographs.
Washington (D.C.)--Monuments--Photographs.
Washington (D.C.)--White House--Photographs.
Zapata (Tex.)--Photographs.

Related Material

Digitization of portions of the collection was funded by a 1996-1997 Library of Congress / Ameritech National Digital Library Competition grant. Digital images are available on the Library of Congress American Memory site at: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/runyon/.. See also The South Texas Border, 1900-1920: Photographs from the Robert Runyon Collection.

Examples of Robert Runyon’s photography may be found at other archives and libraries throughout the state. In the Rio Grande Valley, the Brownsville Historical Association and the Hidalgo County Historical Museum have significant collections of his work. Smaller groups of Runyon photographs are housed at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio, the Special Collections of the Library of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin (cacti photos only), and the Central Power and Light Company in Corpus Christi.

Materials pertaining to Runyon’s botanical interests have been preserved as well. Runyon’s herbarium, containing more than 8,750 individual items at the time of his death in 1968, is housed at the Plant Resources Center of The University of Texas at Austin. The Robert Runyon Botanical Library, which includes more than 1,000 books, journals, and magazines, was donated to Texas A & I University in Kingsville in 1970. The library contains many out-of-print items.


Separated Material

Some materials have been separated to the artifacts unit.


Administrative Information

Cite as

Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, 1907-2008, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

In 1988, the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center at The University of Texas at Austin (the predecessor organization of the Briscoe Center) began an eighteen-month grant project to preserve and make available for research its Robert Runyon Photograph Collection. The project, funded in part by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), made possible the arrangement, description, and conservation of Runyon’s vast collection of photographs depicting the Rio Grande Valley. Glass-plate negatives were cleaned and sleeved; nitrate negatives were duplicated onto safety-base film; the collection’s prints, postcards, and lantern slides were arranged and housed in protective boxes; and 12,595 unique images were filmed for viewing on microfiche. The collection’s then-small amount of manuscript material was also arranged and described. Finally, a description of the entire collection was entered into OCLC, a national bibliographic database, and was forwarded to the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections (NUCMC) of the Library of Congress.

Early accessions of the collection were processed by Lawrence Landis, Claire Maxwell, and Nancy Taylor in 1988. Later accessions were processed in 2007 by Amy Armstrong.

Subsequent revisions to the collection finding aid were made by Amy Bowman, Tim Mapp and Sydney Gulbronson, 2012-2014.


Detailed Description of the Papers

 

I. GLASS NEGATIVES--RESTRICTED

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3T411-Restricted a. Mexican Revolution
5x7 glass plate negatives
Matamoros, 1913-1915:
Venustiano Carranza, Colonel A.P. Blocksom, meeting on International Bridge (001; 00001-00004), November 1915
Soldiers and barricades (001; 00005-00023)
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3T412-Restricted Generals Pablo Gonzalez and Jesus Carranza visiting hospital (001; 00024-00026)
Military band (001; 00027-00031)
Monterrey, 1914:
Street scenes and barricades (001; 00032-00034)
Soldiers guarding hill (001; 00035-00036)
Captured artillery and ammunition (001; 00037-00045)
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3T412, 3T413-Restricted Ciudad Victoria, 1913-1914:
Trip to Ciudad Victoria, armed men and automobiles (001; 00046-00055), 1913
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3T413-Restricted Train wreck (001-002; 00056-00058), 1914
Groups of soldiers (002; 00059-00066), 1914
Cremated remains (002; 00067-00069), 1914
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3T414-Restricted Bombarded buildings (002; 00070-00072)
Los Borregos, Las Rucias:
Lucio Blanco and land distribution ceremony (002; 00073-00080), 1913
Las Rucias (002; 00081-00084), 1913
Los Borregos (002; 00085-00086), 1913
Las Rucias (002; 00087-00090)
Villistas (002; 00091-00095) 1915
Las Norias Bandit Raid, 1915:
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3T415-Restricted Rangers with dead bandits (002; 00096-00103)
United States soldiers (002; 00104-00105)
Las Norias ranch house (002; 00106-00107)
Olmito Train Wreck, 1915:
(002-003; 00108-00115)
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3T416-Restricted Carrancistas:
Troops and military band (003; 00116-00118)
Portraits (003; 00119-00130)
Executions and Bodies:
Hanging of Melquiades Chapa and Jose Buenrostro (003; 00131-00139), May 1916
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3T417-Restricted Unidentified corpse (003; 00140)
Portraits:
Jesus Carranza (003; 00141)
Lucio Blanco (003; 00142-00144)
Pablo Gonzalez (003; 00145-00146)
Jesus Davila Sanchez (003; 00147-00148)
Maria Gonzalez and soldaderas (003; 00149)
Miscellaneous:
Shooting practice (003; 00150-00151)
Soldaderas (003; 00152)
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3T417, 3T418-Restricted El Rural, guards, boy soldier, soldier groups (003; 00153-00167)
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3T418-Restricted Nurses; helping wounded soldiers (004; 00168-00172)
Unidentified (004; 00173)
Copy photographs, portraits and groups:
Pablo Gonzalez (004; 00174-00179)
Jesus Carranza (004; 00180-00185)
Venustiano Carranza (004; 00186-00187)
Vicente Segura (004; 00188)
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3T419-Restricted Luis Caballero (004; 00189-00190)
Pancho Villa; group shots with Toribio Ortega and Maclovio Herrera, Alvaro Obregon and John J. Pershing, United States generals (004; 00191-00198)
Lucio Blanco (004; 00199)
Francisco I. Madero (004; 00200-00201)
Jesus Davila Sanchez (004; 00202-00204)
Andres Saucedo (004; 00205)
Ernesto Santos Coy (004; 00206-00207)
Cesareo Castro (004; 00208)
Antonio I. Villarreal (004; 00209)
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3T420-Restricted Assorted copy photographs:
Miscellaneous (004; 00210-00212)
Carranza speaking to crowd at Durango (004; 00213)
Blanco’s land distribution ceremony (004; 00214) 1913
General Benjamin Hill’s Indian soldiers (004; 00215-00216)
Constitutionalist soldiers (004-005; 00217-00226)
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3T420, 3T421-Restricted Scenes in Monterrey (005; 00227-00238)
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3T421-Restricted Scenes in Juarez (005; 00239-00240)
Scenes in Matamoros and Ciudad Victoria (005; 00241-00254)
Federal artillery and infantry (005; 00255-00259)
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3T422-Restricted Wounded brought to Ramones (005; 00260)
Executions, cremations, and bodies (005-006; 00261-00280)
Grls. Pablo Gonzales, Jesus Carranza y Col. Lic. Molina (006; 00293)
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3T425-Restricted 8x10 glass plate negatives
Carrancistas in Matamoros (006; 00281), September 16, 1913
5x12 glass plate negatives
Mexican troops and civilians in Matamoros Plaza for holiday celebration (006; 00282-00292), September 16, 1914
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3T423-Restricted b. United States Military Forces
5x7 and smaller glass plate negatives
Fort Brown, Brownsville, Texas:
Views:
General views (007; 00294-00305)
Hospital (007; 00306-00314)
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3T424-Restricted Wireless tower (007; 00315-00319)
Target range (007; 00320-00324)
Supply depot (007; 00325)
Stables (007; 00326)
Water tower (007; 00327)
Officers’ row (007; 00328-00332)
YMCA building (007; 00333-00338)
“The Rink” (007; 00339)
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3T425-Restricted Unidentified buildings and encampments (007-008; 00340-00358)
Roads; Lovers’ Lane, entrance to National Cemetery (008; 00359-00365)
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3T426-Restricted Artillery:
Fourth U.S. Field Artillery, Battery D (008; 00366-00375), 1916
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3T426-3T427-Restricted Fifth U.S. Field Artillery, Batteries B and E (008; 00376-00394)
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3T427-Restricted Sixth U.S. Field Artillery, Battery D (008; 00395-00396)
First Minnesota Field Artillery, Batteries A,B, and C (008-009; 00397-00412)
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3T428-Restricted First Minnesota Field Artillery, maneuvers (009; 00413-00419)
New York Field Artillery, Batteries B and C, maneuvers (009; 00420-00438)
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3T429-Restricted Iowa Field Artillery (009; 00439-00440)
Coast Artillery Corps (009; 00441-00446)
Dallas Battery (009; 00447)
Unidentified artillery:
Artillery camps and equipment (009; 00448-00454)
Artillery review (009-010; 00455-00462)
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3T430-3T432-Restricted Artillery maneuvers and practice (010-011; 00463-00542)
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3T433-Restricted Cavalry:
Third U.S. Cavalry (011; 00543-00566)
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3T434, 3T435-Restricted First Illinois Cavalry (011-012; 00567-00603)
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3T435-Restricted First New York Cavalry (012; 00604-00611)
Virginia Cavalry (012; 00612-00613)
Sixteenth Cavalry (012; 00614)
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3T436-Restricted Unidentified calvary:
“Army patrol” (012; 00615-00616)
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3T436, 3T437-Restricted Cavalry review and exhibitions (012-013; 00617-00655)
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3T437, 3T438-Restricted Artillery maneuvers and practice (010-011; 00463-00542)
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3T438-3T440-Restricted Infantry:
Fourth U.S. Infantry (013-014; 00673-00713)
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3T440-Restricted First, Second, and Third Iowa Infantry (014; 00714-00724)
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3T440, 3T441-Restricted First and Second Virginia Infantry (014-015; 00725-00749)
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3T441-3T443-Restricted Seventh, Fourteenth, and Seventy-first New York Infantry (015; 00750-00788)
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3T443-Restricted Unidentified infantry:
Machine gun troops (015-016; 00789-00799)
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3T443-3T445-Restricted Maneuvers, firing practice, reviews (016; 00800-00848)
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3T445-3T446-Restricted Support services:
Fifth Engineering Corps, Companies E and F (016-017; 00849-00870)
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3T446, 3T447-Restricted Signal Corps (and wireless) (017; 00871-00888)
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3T447-Restricted Field hospital and ambulance companies (017; 00889-00892)
Motor Truck Company, No. 64; tanks and armored cars (017; 00893-00903)
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3T448-Restricted Wagons and guns on railroad cars (017; 00904)
Mules and pack trains (017-018; 00905-00920)
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3T448, 3T449-Restricted Motorcycle Corps (018; 00921-00942)
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3T449, 3T450-Restricted Airplanes (018; 00943-00960)
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3T450-Restricted National Guard, Texas Militia (018-019; 00961-00976)
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3T450-3T451-Restricted Officers (Generals John J. Pershing, James Parker, and staffs) (019; 00977-00985)
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3T451-Restricted Camp Life:
Military duties:
Guarding International Bridge (019; 00986-00995)
Military Police (019; 00996-00997)
Marching Mexican soldiers to Fort Brown after the battle of Matamoros (019; 00998-01003)
Soldiers at railroad depot (019; 01004-01005)
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3T451, 3T452-Restricted Mess lines and kitchen duty (019; 01006-01017)
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3T452-Restricted Drilling (019; 01018)
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3T452-3T453-Restricted Inspections (019-020; 01019-01038)
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3T453-Restricted Soldiers in camp (020; 01039-01046)
Mail train (020; 01047)
Miscellaneous activities (020; 01048-01059)
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3T453, 3T454-Restricted Musicians (020; 01060-01064)
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3T454-Restricted Leisure activities:
Bible class (020; 01065)
Buying money orders (020; 01066-01067)
Wedding cart (020; 01068-01070)
Sightseeing (020; 01071-01074)
Hunting (020; 021; 01075; 01080)
Soldiers “hamming it up” (021; 01076-01078)
Interior of barracks (021; 01079)
Polo (021; 01081-01085)
Boxing (021; 01086-01087)
Fencing (021; 01088)
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3T455-Restricted At Pt. Isabel pier (021; 01089)
Football (021; 01090-01097)
Swimming (021; 01098-01103)
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3T455, 3T456-Restricted Horse riding and jumping (021; 01104-01130)
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3T456-Restricted Barracks and tents (021-022; 01131-01135)
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3T457-Restricted Special events:
Funerals:
Pvt. Anthony Kraft, killed September 13, 1915 (022; 01136-01137)
Pvt. Henry Stubblefield, killed September 23, 1915 (022; 01138-01143)
Corp. McBee, killed in train wreck, October 18, 1915 (022; 01144-01151)
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3T457, 3T458-Restricted Pvt. Herman C. Moore, killed October 24, 1915 (022; 01152-01161)
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3T458-Restricted Quadruple funeral: Sgt. Owen L. Clements, Corp. Michael F. Ring, Pvt. Perry H. Rhode, and Pvt. Charles D. Wilton Best, drowned January 26, 1916 (022; 01162-01169)
Corporal Harrington (022; 01170-01175)
Pvt. Maluski (022; 01176-01179)
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3T459-Restricted Unidentified and undated funerals (022-023; 01180-01196)
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3T460-Restricted Field Days:
July 4, 1912 (023; 01197-01205)
1919 (023; 01206-01219)
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3T461-Restricted Undated (023-024; 01220-01244)
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3T462-Restricted Reviews and parades:
General Parker reviewing troops (024; 01245-01247)
Grand Review, November 25, 1916 (024; 01248-01249)
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3T462-3T464-Restricted Other reviews and parades (024-025; 01250-01303)
Arrival of Generals Frederick Funston and James Parker
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3T464-Restricted Soldiers parading down Elizabeth Street (025; 01308-01309)
Army bands (025; 01310-01313)
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3T465-Restricted Crowd at train station (025; 01314-01322)
Decoration Day, 1916 (025; 01323-01336)
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3T466-Restricted President-elect Warren G. Harding speaking at Fort Brown (025; 01337-01345), November 11, 1920
First train in Fort Brown (025; 01346-01347), August 27, 1919
Receptions and celebrations (025-026; 01348-01358)
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3T467-Restricted Banquet (026; 01359-01372)
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3T467-3T473-Restricted Portraits:
Single soldiers (026-029; 01373-01536)
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3T474-3T477-Restricted Groups (029-031; 01537-01640)
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3T478, 3T479-Restricted Soldiers with animals (031-032; 01641-01695)
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3T480-Restricted Copy photos of portraits and gag photos (032; 01696-01700)
Llano Grande, Texas:
General views (032; 01701-01702)
Indiana Infantry (032; 01703-01705)
Minnesota Infantry (032; 01706-01713)
Nebraska Infantry (032; 01714-01716)
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3T481-Restricted Fort Ringgold:
General views (032; 01717-01738)
Harlingen, Texas:
Sixth Cavalry (032; 01739-01740)
Twelfth Cavalry (032; 01741)
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3T482-Restricted Mercedes, Texas:
North Dakota Infantry (032; 01742-01744)
Third U.S. Cavalry (032; 01745)
Soldiers and recreation building (032; 01746)
Riding down a street (033; 01747)
Olimto, Texas:
Camp and troops in maneuvers (033; 01748-01761)
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3T483-Restricted Point Isabel, Texas
First New York Cavalry (033; 01762-01763)
First Illinois Cavalry (033; 01764-01766)
Artillery camp and unidentified camps (033; 01767-01768)
Rio Grande Railway with soldiers (033; 01769-01770)
Unidentified camps (033; 01771-01774)
Ambulance company (033; 01775)
First Oklahoma Infantry (033; 01776-01778)
South Dakota Infantry (033; 01779)
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3T725-Restricted 5x12 glass plate negatives
Fort Brown:
Views:
General view (033; 01780)
“The Rink” (033; 01781-01782)
Supply headquarters (033; 01783)
Guardhouse (033; 01784)
General views (033; 01785-01788)
Officers’ row (033; 01789)
General views (033; 01790-01798)
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3T726-Restricted YMCA building (033-034; 01799-01803)
Artillery:
Fifth U.S. Field Artillery, Batteries B and E (034; 01804-01813)
Sixth U.S. Field Artillery Battery D (034; 01814-01815)
Third New York Field Artillery (034; 01816-01817)
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3T726, 3T727-Restricted Coast Artillery Corps (034; 01818-01851)
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3T727-Restricted Unidentified artillery (034; 01852-01857)
Review at sugar mill (035; 01858-01859), Nov. 25, 1916
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3T727, 3T728-Restricted Cavalry:
Third U.S. Cavalry (035; 01860-01878), 1914
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3T728-Restricted First Illinois Cavalry, camp and review (035; 01879-01884)
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3T729-Restricted Unidentified cavalry (035-036; 01885-01918)
Infantry:
Fourth U.S. Infantry (036; 01919-01924)
First, Second, and Third Iowa Infantry (036; 01925-01929)
New York Infantry (036; 01930)
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3T730-Restricted First and Second Virginia Infantry (036; 01931-01933)
Unidentified infantry reviews (036; 01934-01944)
Support services:
Fifth Engineering Corps, Company F (036; 01945)
Iowa Field Hospital, No. 1 (036; 01946-01947)
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3T730, 3T731-Restricted Motor Truck Companies, No. 3, 20, and 64 (036; 01948-01963)
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3T731-Restricted Wagon trains (036; 01964-01965)
Motorcycle corps and armored car (036; 01966-01969)
Camp Life:
Military Duties
Inspection (037; 01970-01976)
Harness cleaning (037; 01977)
Levee maintenance (037; 01978-01982)
Miscellaneous camp scenes (037; 01983-01984)
Leisure Activities
Football (037; 01985)
Special Events
Field Day (037; 01986-01990) 1914
Swimming horses (037; 01991)
Decoration Day (037; 01992-01994), 1916
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3T732-Restricted Parade and reviews (037; 01995-02015), 1914, 1916 and undated
Entertainment at base hospital (037; 02016-02017)
Portraits:
Officers (037; 02018-02019), April 19, 1916
Other groups of soldiers (037; 02020-02021)
Soldiers at YMCA (037; 02022-02024), 1914
Other groups of soldiers (037-038; 02025-02028)
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3T733-Restricted Banquet (038; 02029)
Harlingen, Texas:
Sixth Cavalry (038; 02030-02031)
Llano Grande, Texas:
Indiana Camp (038; 02032-02033)
Third Minnesota Infantry (038; 02034-02035)
Nebraska Camp (038; 02036)
Unidentified camp (038; 02037)
Mission, Texas:
New York Militia (038; 02038-02040)
Point Isabel, Texas:
General camp view (038; 02041)
First Illinois Cavalry (038; 02042)
Oklahoma troops (038; 02043-02044)
General camp view (038; 02045)
San Benito, Texas:
Iowa Infantry (038; 02046-02047)
Virginia Infantry (038; 02048-02049)
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3T725-Restricted Unidentified Camps:
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3T733-Restricted (038; 02050-02056)
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3T718-Restricted 8x10 glass plate negatives
Fort Brown
Buildings:
Officers’ row (038; 02057), June 1919
Storage barn (interior) (038; 02058)
Camp Life:
Work detail (038; 02059)
Band (038; 02060)
Army pack mule (038; 02061-02065), June 1919
Parade through Brownsville (038; 02066-02067)
Portraits:
Group (038; 02068)
Single soldier (038; 02069-02070)
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3T484-Restricted c. Mexico
5x7 and smaller glass plate negatives
Cities and communities
Guaymas:
Churches (039; 02071-02072)
Matamoros:
Plaza de Armes and cathedral (039; 02073-02087)
Celebration in Plaza (039; 02088-02094), February 5, 1914
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3T485-Restricted Casa Mata (039; 02095-02097)
El Mercado (039; 02098-02102)
Commercial buildings (039; 02103-02107)
Street scenes (039; 02108-02117)
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3T486-Restricted Cemetery (039; 02118-02122)
City services: trollies and water vendors (039-040; 02123-02129)
Portraits: weddings, families, charro, peasants (040; 02130-02143)
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3T487-3T490-Restricted Bullfights (040-041; 02144-02220)
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3T490-Restricted Monterrey:
Views of El Cerro de la Silla and town (041; 02221-02227)
Tampico:
City views (041; 02228-02230)
Piers, ships, and canoes (041; 02231-02236)
Enroute to Ciudad Victoria (041; 02237-02238), April 10, 1926
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3T491-Restricted Ciudad Victoria:
Churches (042; 02239-02240)
Peasant family (042; 02241-02244)
Horse riders (042; 02245)
Building (042; 02246)
Garden scenes (042; 02247-02257)
Unidentified Locations:
Churches (042; 02258-02261)
Ruins of bullfight ring (042; 02262)
Aerial views (042; 02263-02264)
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3T492-Restricted Rural scenes:
Jacals and other houses (042; 02265-02288)
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3T493-Restricted Livestock (042-043; 02289-02301)
Crossing at Moquite (043; 02302-02304), Nov. 1919
Crafts:
Needlework (043; 02305-02307)
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3T494-Restricted Pottery (043; 02308-02315)
Basketry (043; 02316-02328)
Wood (ashtray) (043; 02329)
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3T495, 3T496-Restricted Copy Photos:
Earthquake damage in state of Veracruz (043-044; 02330-02356)
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3T496-Restricted Portraits: group and single, small pox victims (044; 02357-02367)
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3T496, 3T497-Restricted Bullfights (044; 02368-02381)
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3T496-Restricted Historical photographs of French Invasion, American army pontoon bridge over Rio Grande (044; 02382-02391)
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3T738-Restricted 5x8 and 5x12 glass plate negatives
Mexican wash women (044; 02392)
School groups, Matamoros (044; 02393-02394)
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3T498, 3T499-Restricted d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
5x7 and smaller glass plate negatives
Cities and Communities:
Brownsville, Texas:
General views and street scenes (045; 02395-02425)
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3T499-Restricted Governmental buildings and services:
Cameron County courthouses: 1882-1912 and 1912 to present (exterior and interior) (045; 02426-02446)
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3T500-Restricted Jail (045; 02447-02450)
Post Office (046; 02451-02452)
United States Immigration Service building (046; 02453-02455)
City water works and water tower (046; 02456-02463)
Mercy Hospital and charity home (046; 02464-02469)
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3T501-Restricted Schools:
Brownsville High School (exterior and interior) (046; 02470-02483)
Washington Park Elementary School (046; 02484)
Churches:
Catholic Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Sacred Heart Church, Grotto of Virgin Mary (046; 02485-02493)
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3T502-Restricted First Baptist (046; 02494)
Episcopalian (046; 02495)
Presbyterian (046; 02496-02497)
Unidentified (046; 02498)
Commercial building exteriors:
Banks, theaters (046-047; 02499-02515)
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3T503-Restricted Hotels (047; 02516-02528)
Country club (047; 02529-02530)
Market (047; 02531)
Runyon’s studio (047; 02532)
Car company (047; 02533)
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3T503, 3T504-Restricted Stores and buildings (047; 02534-02548)
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3T504-Restricted Laundries (047; 02549-02551)
Ice company (047; 02552)
Bottling works (047; 02553)
Transfer company (047; 02554-02555)
Wholesale grocer (047; 02556)
Sheet metal works (047; 02557)
Warehouses (047; 02558-02559)
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3T504, 3T505-Restricted Stores (047-048; 02560-02565)
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3T505-Restricted Lumber and sheet metal companies (048; 02566-02570)
Miscellaneous businesses (048; 02571-02577)
Commercial building interiors:
Banks (048; 02578-02586)
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3T506-Restricted Mercado (048; 02587-02588)
Movie theater (048; 02589-02591)
Furniture stores (048; 02592-02594)
Drugstore (048; 02595-02596)
Cafes (048; 02597-02600)
Confectionary (048; 02601-02602)
Tailor’s shop (048; 02603-02605)
Department store (048; 02606)
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3T507-Restricted Jewelry store (048; 02607-02611)
Barber shop (048; 02612)
Offices (048-049; 02613-02617)
Statex Oil Company (049; 02618-02619)
Banquets (049; 02620-02621)
Decorated interiors (049; 02622-02626)
Black Shell Ammo. Display (049; 02627-02629)
Copy photos (049; 02630-02632)
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3T508-Restricted Residence exteriors identified:
Runyon (049; 02633)
Creager, R.B. (049; 02634-02636)
Fernandez (049; 02637)
Moore, (Mrs.) C.H. (049; 02638-02641)
Combs, Pat (049; 02642-02646)
Champion, Frank (049; 02647-02650)
Young, J.J. (049; 02651-02653)
Stillman House (049; 02654)
Brulay, George (049; 02655)
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3T509-Restricted Ceyala, Jose (049; 02656-02659)
Fernandez, Jose (049; 02660-02663)
Hinckley, Burt E. (049; 02664-02666)
McAllen, John? (049; 02667-02669)
Kirkham, (Dr.) (049; 02670)
George, J.C. (0049; 02671-02672)
Merrill (050; 02673)
Armstrong (050; 02674)
Work, (Dr.) (050; 02675-02677)
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3T510-3T512-Restricted Residence Exteriors unidentified: (050-051; 02678-02747)
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3T513-Restricted Residence Interiors (051; 02748-02757)
Brownsville Cemetery and graves, identified:
McAllen, John (051; 02758-02762)
Brown, William (051; 02763)
O’Brien, Dave (051; 02764-02766)
Stark, (Mrs.) (051; 02767-02768), Jan. 1920
Werbiski, Cirilda (051; 02769)
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3T514-Restricted Brownsville Cemetery and graves, unidentified (051-052; 02770-02788)
Transportation:
Brownsville Depot (052; 02789-02793)
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3T515-Restricted American Railway Express Office (052; 02794-02795)
Depot (052; 02796-02798)
Depot Park (052; 02799-02801)
Rio Grande Railroad (052; 02802-02804)
Streetcars and buses (052; 02805-02810)
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3T515, 3T516-Restricted Trucks and automobiles (052; 02811-02827)
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3T516-Restricted Ferries (052; 02828-02837)
City Activities:
Delivery services: water, milk, freight (052-053; 02838-02844)
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3T517-Restricted Construction: Street paving (053; 02845-02847)
Construction: Washington Park, Nov. 1919 (053; 02848-02849)
Construction: Unidentified (053; 02850-02864)
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3T518-Restricted Railroad ties (053; 02865-02887)
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3T519-Restricted Special Events:
Pat Neff speech and ceremony (053-054; 02888-02903)
Crowds at depot (054; 02904-02909)
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3T520-Restricted Parades (054; 02910-02935)
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3T521-Restricted May Fest (054; 02936-02949), May 1, 1916
Convent School pageant (054-055; 02950-02958)
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3T522-Restricted Patriotic celebrations (055; 02959-02971)
U.S. officials destroying liquor at the Brownsville Custom House (055; 02972-02973), December 20, 1920
Donna, Texas:
Schools (055; 02974-02979)
Churches (055; 02980-02981)
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3T523-Restricted Commercial buildings (055; 02982-02984)
Edinburg, Texas:
Courthouse (055; 02985)
Harlingen, Texas:
General views and street scenes (055; 02986-02994)
Schools (055; 02995-03000)
Community house (055; 03001-03002)
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3T524-Restricted Commercial buildings and depot (055-056; 03003-03009)
Lon C. Hill’s residence (056; 03010)
Palm trees (056; 03011-03012)
Hidalgo, Texas:
Courthouse (056; 03013)
La Feria, Texas::
General views (056; 03014-03017)
Schools (056; 03019-03021)
Churches (056; 03018; 03022)
Mexican cemetery (056; 03023-03024)
Commercial buildings (056; 03025-03029)
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3T525-Restricted McAllen, Texas:
General views and street scenes (056; 03030-03046)
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3T526-Restricted School (056; 03047-03051)
Commercial buildings and depot (056-057; 03052-03064)
Residences (057; 03065-03068)
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3T527-Restricted Mercedes, Texas:
General views and street scenes (057; 03069-03082)
High School (057; 03083-03084)
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3T528-Restricted Commercial buildings (057; 03085-03094)
Depot (057; 03095-03098)
Park (057; 03099-03108)
Residence (057; 03109)
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3T529-Restricted Mission, Texas:
Street scenes (057; 03110-03114)
School (057; 03115-03118)
Church and Monastery (Novitiate of Oblate Fathers) (058; 03119-03121)
Commercial buildings and depot (058; 03122-03128)
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3T530-Restricted Padre Island:
Lighthouse (058; 03129-03130)
Quarantine station (058; 03131-03133)
Hotel (058; 03134-03136)
Hauling water (058; 03137)
Pharr, Texas:
High School (058; 03138-03139)
Bank (058; 03140)
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3T530, 3T531-Restricted Point Isabel, Texas:
General views and street scenes (058; 03141-03156)
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3T531-Restricted Lighthouse and pier (058-059; 03157-03175)
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3T532-Restricted Hotel (059; 03176-03179)
Store (059; 03180-03183)
Café (059; 03184)
Train (059; 03185-03187)
Hauling water (059; 03188-03191)
Raymondville, Texas:
General views (059; 03192-03198)
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3T533-Restricted School (059; 03199-03201)
Bank (059; 03202-03203)
Hotel (059; 03204-03205)
Residences (059; 03206-03208)
Rio Grande City, Texas:
General views and street scenes (059; 03209-03216)
Courthouse (059; 03217)
School (059; 03218)
Cathedral (059; 03219)
Rio Grande Garage Co. (059; 03220)
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3T534-Restricted San Benito, Texas:
General views and street scenes (059-060; 03221-03245)
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3T535-Restricted Depot (060; 03246)
Schools (060; 03247-03251)
Church (060; 03252)
Banks (060; 03253-03255)
Hotel (060; 03256-03257)
Valley Transmission Co. pole (060; 03258)
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3T535, 3T536 Restricted Residences and sidewalk scenes (060; 03259-03270)
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3T536-Restricted San Juan, Texas:
Water works (060; 03271)
School (060; 03272)
Commercial buildings (060; 03273-03276)
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3T537-Restricted Sebastian, Texas:
School (060; 03277-03278)
Store (060; 03279-03280)
Sharyland, Texas:
Depot (060; 03281-03284)
Club house and bath house (060-061; 03285-03289)
Turner Tract (five miles west of Lyford, Texas):
School (061; 03290-03291)
Church (061; 03292)
Store (061; 03293-03295)
Zapata, Texas (061; 03296-03297)
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3T538-Restricted Historical Sites:
Palo Alto Battlefield (061; 03298-03307)
Resaca de la Palma (061; 03308-03309)
Technology:
Oil wells (061; 03310-03319)
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3T539, 3T540-Restricted Sugar mills (061-062; 03320-03347)
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3T540-Restricted Rice mills (062; 03348)
Unidentified mills (062; 03349-03356)
Cotton gin (062; 03357)
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3T541-Restricted Pumping plants (062; 03358-03363)
Factories and miscellaneous scenes (062; 03364-03371)
Radio tower equipment (062; 03372)
Agriculture and Fairs:
Livestock (062; 03373-03384)
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3T542-Restricted Dogs (062; 03385-03386)
Crops: cabbage, cantaloupe, cauliflower (062-063; 03387-03405)
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3T543-Restricted Crops: corn, beans, lettuce, cotton, sugar cane (063; 03406-03427)
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3T544-Restricted Farm workers and fields (063; 03428-03437)
Unidentified views (063; 03438-03439)
Orchards:
Orange (063; 03440-03451)
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3T544, 3T545-Restricted Grapefruit (063-064; 03452-03464)
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3T545-Restricted Lemon (064; 03465)
Tangerine (064; 03466)
Unidentified citrus (064; 03467-03478)
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3T546-Restricted Fig (064; 03479)
Farms:
Noriegas cotton farm (064; 03480-03493)
El Jardin (064; 03494-03498)
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3T547-Restricted Bonnie Brae (064; 03499-03502)
Irrigation canals (064; 03503-03506)
Agricultural fairs (Mid-winter, Rio Grande Valley and unidentified):
Stage and crowd (064-065; 03507-03513)
Rodeo (065; 03514-03516)
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3T548-Restricted Parades, floats, and decorated vehicles (065; 03517-03535)
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3T549, 3T550-Restricted Halls, booths, and displays (065-066; 03536-03568)
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3T550-Restricted Wildlife, Fishing, and Hunting:
Horned toad (066; 03569-03573)
Iguana (066; 03574-03578)
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3T551-Restricted Rattlesnakes (Rio Grande Snake Farm, Joe Guerrero) (066; 03579-03598)
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3T552-Restricted Armadillo (066; 03599-03603)
Miscellaneous wildlife (066; 03604-03612)
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3T552, 3T553-Restricted Fishing (066-067; 03613-03628)
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3T553, 3T554-Restricted Hunting (067; 03629-03655)
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3T554-3T557-Restricted Sports:
Football (067-068; 03656-03724)
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3T557-Restricted Track (068; 03725-03730)
Basketball (068; 03731-03732)
Baseball (068; 03733)
Volleyball (068; 03734)
Soccer (069; 03735)
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3T558-Restricted Bridges:
International Bridge (Brownsville) (069; 03736-03758)
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3T559-Restricted Miscellaneous bridges:
Harlingen (069; 03759-03762)
San Benito (069; 03763-03764)
Weslaco (069; 03765)
Unidentified (069; 03766-03768)
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3T559, 3T560-Restricted General views:
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3T559-Restricted Salt Lake near Raymondville (069; 03769-03772)
San Benito Canal (069; 03773)
Arroyo Colorado, Harlingen (069; 03774-03777)
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3T559, 3T560-Restricted Lake Loma Alta (069; 03778-03788)
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3T560-3T562-Restricted Resaca (069-070; 03789-03800)
Rio Grande River (070; 03801-03846)
Ships and boats (071; 03847-03856)
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3T563-Restricted Beach and ocean views (071; 03857-03877)
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3T563, 3T564-Restricted Clouds and sunsets (071; 03878-03891)
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3T564-Restricted Eclipse (071; 03892-03899), June 8, 1918 and undated
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3T564, 3T565-Restricted Landscape near Brownsville Country Club (071-072; 03900-03907)
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3T565-Restricted Landscape around Point Isabel Railroad (072; 03908-03912)
Country roads (072; 03913-03923)
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3T734-Restricted 5x12 glass plate negatives
Cities and Communities:
Brownsville, Texas:
General views and street scenes (072; 03924-03936)
Rio Grande (072; 03937-03944)
United States Immigration Service building (072; 03945-03948)
Schools (072; 03949-03955)
Cemetery (072; 03956-03957)
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3T735-Restricted Commercial buildings (072):
Market (072; 03958)
Swift & Co. (073; 03959-03960)
Theater (073; 03961)
Country club (073; 03962-03966)
Train depot and park (073; 03967-03970)
Residences (073; 03971-03988)
Automobiles (073; 03989-03991)
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3T736-Restricted Harlingen, Texas: General views (073; 03992-03994)
Mercedes, Texas:
Hotel (073; 03995-03998)
Park (073; 03999-04000)
Point Isabel, Texas: General view and pier (073; 04001-04003)
Raymondville, Texas: General views and residences (073; 04004-04006)
San Benito, Texas: General views (073; 04007-04012)
Santa Maria, Texas: Rabb Ranch (073-074; 04013-04015)
Mills, Factories, and Railroad:
Armadillo Mill (074; 04016)
Rice mill (074; 04017-04023)
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3T737-Restricted Sugar mill (074; 04024-04027)
Brick plant (074; 04028-04033)
Unidentified mill (074; 04034)
St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico Railroad tracks (wreck?) (074; 04035-04042)
Agriculture and Farms:
Crops (074; 04043-04046)
Orchards (074; 04047-04049)
Farms and livestock (074; 04050-04057)
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3T738-Restricted Bridges: International Bridge and miscellaneous bridges (074; 04058-04063)
General Views:
Rio Grande River (074; 04064-04065)
Lake Loma Alta (074; 04066-04067)
Mercedes Lake (Campacuas) (074-075; 04068-04070)
Unidentified (075; 04071-04072)
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3T719-Restricted 8x10 glass plate negatives
Brownsville:
Old Courthouse/Masonic Lodge (075; 04073-04074)
High School (exterior and interior) (075; 04075-04077)
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (075; 04078-04079)
Commercial Buildings:
Exteriors: banks, San Carlos Hotel, garage (075; 04080-04091)
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3T720-Restricted Interiors: soda fountain/pharmacy, Luna Bar, auto parts store, auditorium (075; 04092-04100)
Residences (exteriors and interiors) (075; 04101-04106)
Ferry (075; 04107-04108)
Sunset (075; 04109)
Rio Grande (075; 04110-04111)
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3T721-Restricted Miscellaneous:
Sugar mill (075; 04112-04123)
Machinery (075; 04124)
Construction (075; 04125), June 1919
International Bridge (076; 04126-04127)
Roads (076; 04128-04133)
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3T566-Restricted e. Other United States views
5x7 glass plate negatives
San Antonio, Texas:
Alamo and other missions (077; 04134-04152)
Courthouse (077; 04153)
San Fernando Plaza and cathedral (077; 04154-04155)
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3T567-Restricted Alamo monument (077; 04158-04159), April 25, 1917
Automobile club (077; 04160), April 28, 1913
Bridge (077; 04162)
Washington D.C.: Views (077; 04163-04171)
Kentucky and West Virginia: (077; 04172-04181), June 1917
New Orleans, Louisiana: Park (077; 04182), April 28, 1913
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3T738-Restricted 5x12 glass plate negatives
San Antonio missions (077; 04183-04188)
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3T721-Restricted 8x10 glass plate negatives
Copy photo: Collegeport home of Burton D. Hurd (077; 04189)
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3T568-Restricted f. Botanical studies
5x7 glass plate negatives
Plants named by Runyon:
Echivaria Runyoni (078; 04190-04191)
Runyonia tubiflora (078; 04192-04193)
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3T568, 3T569-Restricted Trees:
Palms (078; 04194-04233)
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3T570-Restricted Fruit trees:
Papaya (078; 04239-04243)
Banana (078-079; 04244-04246)
Cordia Boisseri (079; 04247)
Flowering willow, 1920 (079; 04248)
Leucaena Pulverulenta (Tamarindo) (079; 04249-04250), Jan. 19, 1920
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3T570, 3T571-Restricted Miscellaneous trees (079; 04251-04270)
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3T571, 3T572-Restricted Shrubs and vines:
Roses (079; 04271-04279)
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3T572-Restricted Flowers in vases (079; 04280-04281)
Bamboo (079; 04282-04283)
Ebno bloom (079; 04284-04285)
Retana bloom (079; 04286)
Nacahuite (079; 04287-04288)
Oleander (079; 04289)
Crispan crepe myrtle (079; 04290)
Tenaza bloom (079; 04291-04292), May 1919
Pomegranate? (079; 04293)
Poinciana pulcherrima, L. (079; 04294)
Hibiscus blooms (079; 04295-04296)
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3T573-Restricted Unidentified shrubs (079-080; 04297-04303)
Vines (080; 04304-04308)
Maguey: (080; 04309-04318)
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3T574-Restricted Yucca: (080; 04319-04343)
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3T575, 3T576-Restricted Cactus:
Echinocereus (080-081; 04344-04373)
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3T576-Restricted Wilcoxia (081; 04374-04383)
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3T576, 3T577-Restricted Acanthocereus (081; 04384-04399)
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3T577-3T579-Restricted Echinocactus (081-082; 04400-04437)
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3T579-Restricted Lophophora (082; 04438)
Mammillari (082; 04439-04450)
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3T580, 3T581-Restricted Opuntia (082-083; 04451-04489)
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3T581-Restricted Cactus flowers (083; 04490-04495)
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3T582-Restricted Water Lilies: 083; 04496-04503)
Hyacinths: (083; 04504-04506)
Wildflowers:
Unidentified (083; 04507)
Poppies (083; 04508-04512)
Verbena (083; 04513-04514)
Gailardia (083; 04515), 1926
Hartmania Specioa, 1926 (083; 04516)
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3T582, 3T583-Restricted Lythrum Lineari Folium (083; 04517-04518)
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3T583-Restricted Argemone Platyceras (083; 04519)
Unidentified (083; 04520-04523)
Garden Scenes: (083-084; 04524-04533)
Wood Grain: (084; 04534-04540)
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3T739-Restricted 5x12 glass plate negatives
Trees:
Maguey: (084; 04559)
Cactus: (084; 04560-04562)
Garden Scenes: Easter lilies (084; 04563-04564)
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3T722-Restricted 8x10 glass plate negatives
Trees:
Palms (084; 04565-04575)
Ulmus Crassifolia and other trees (084; 04576-04578), ca. 1919
Trees with Tillandsia Usneoides, L. (Spanish moss) (084; 04579)
Shrubs: Poinciana (084; 04580-04581)
Garden Scenes and Flowers:
Easter lilies (085; 04582-04585)
Flowers in vase, June 1919 (085; 04586-04587)
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3T584-Restricted g. Portraits
5x7 glass plate negatives
Runyon family:
Robert Runyon (1881-1968) (086; 04588-04589)
Amelia Medrano Runyon (1892-1987) (086; 04590-04597)
William Thornton Runyon (086; 04598-04600)
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3T584-3T587-Restricted Lillian Runyon (Mahoney) (086-087; 04601-04675)
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3T587-3T590-Restricted Amali Runyon (Perkins) (087-088; 04676-04741)
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3T590, 3T591-Restricted Virginia Runyon (Gilbert) (088-089; 04742-04770)
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3T591-Restricted Other family:
Jose M. Medrano (Runyon’s father-in-law) (089; 04771-04774)
Felipe M. Gonzales (Amelia Runyon’s sister) (089; 04775)
Ana Gonzales (089; 04776)
Emilia (nursemaid) (089; 04777)
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3T591-3T595-Restricted Family groups (089-091; 04778-04881)
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3T596-Restricted Other Portraits:
Alegria, Regina (091; 04882)
Allen, Charley (091; 04883)
Allsmeyer, Louis (091; 04884)
Armstrong, (Miss) (091; 04885)
Armstrong boy (091; 04886), Sept. 1921
Ball, (Mrs.) William (091; 04887)
Ballard, Roy B. (091; 04888-04889)
Barbour, T.C. (group and children) (091; 04890-04891)
Batsell, (Mrs.) H. (091; 04892), July 15, 1921
Becarril, Josafina (091; 04893-04896)
Beck, (Mrs.) group (091; 04897)
Bega, O. group (091; 04898)
Biggs, Arthur, 1923 (091; 04899)
Bishop, Daisy (091; 04900)
Bishop, Sherwood (091; 04901)
Bolado, Ester and Clelia (091; 04902), 1921
Bolado, Ester (091; 04903-04904)
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3T597-Restricted Brown, Virginia (091; 04905-04906)
Bryson, Robert (091 04907)
Calderoni, Joe (091; 04908)
Champion, Oscar (091; 04909)
Cisneros, Berta (091; 04910-04912)
Clark, Clifford (091; 04913-04914)
Clark, Pearl (091; 04915-04917)
Cloxman, (Mr.) (091; 04918-04920), Sept. 26, 1921
Cole, (Miss) (Dr. Cole’s daughter) (092; 04921), Sept. 1, 1923
Collins baby (092; 04922-04923)
Collins, E. C. (092; 04924)
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3T598-Restricted Colsa, Leonor (092; 04925-04928)
Cowen, Edgar, Jan. 1923 (092; 04929)
Crowe, Ralph (092; 04930)
Cummins, Frank (092; 04931)
Cushing, (Sgt.) and wife? (092; 04932-04933)
Debardsleben, Fred (092; 04934)
Decosters children (092; 04935-04936)
Delahay, C. H. (092; 04937)
Dickason, (Dr.) (092; 04938), March 1921
Dickinson, (Miss), Dec. 1920 (092; 04939-04940)
Dixon, (Rev.), (092; 04941-04942) May 1921
Dixon, Irma (092; 04943-04944), Dec. 1920
Dodson, W.A. children (092; 04945-04946), June 16, 1923
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3T599-Restricted Ducker, (Mrs.) residence (092; 04947-04948)
Duran, (Dr.) (092; 04949-04951), 1920
Dutro babies (092; 04952)
Dutro, (Dr.) and Dr. Spike (092; 04953)
Espinosa, Martin and wife (092; 04954)
Fairchild, (Mrs.) V.S. and baby (092; 04955-04956)
Farias, Isuare baby (092; 04957-04958)
Fernandez family group (092; 04959), Aug. 8, 1921
Fernandez child (092; 04960)
Fernandez, Julia baby, (092; 04961; 04964-04965) May 22, 1920
Fernandez girl (092; 04962), 1921
Fernandez baby (092; 04963)
Fibble boy (092; 04966), Dec. 15, 1922
Fowler, Ethyl (092; 04967-04968)
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3T600-Restricted Fox, (Mrs.) J.J. little girl and baby (092; 04969-04971)
Freeman (Miss) (092; 04972-04973), July 1921
Gagne (Mrs.) (092; 04974)
Garcia, Abel and wife (092; 04975-04976)
Garcia, Abram (093; 04977)
Garcia, Josefina (093; 04978-04979)
Garza, (Mrs.) R.G. baby (093; 04980)
Ginn, Robert L. (093; 04981), August 15, 1923
Ginn, (Mrs.) Robert and child (093; 04982-04983)
Gonzales, Leocadia M. (093; 04984-04985)
Gonzales, Nacha (093; 04986-04987), Aug. 16, 1923
Goodrich, Frank (093; 04988)
Graham, Franklin (093; 04989)
Greathouse, (Mr.) (093; 04990), April 15, 1920
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3T601-Restricted Griggs baby (093; 04991)
Grover, (Mr.) (conductor) (093; 04992), April 10, 1920
Grumwald, (Mr.) and child (093; 04993-04994), Dec. 28, 1912
Grupe, George (093; 04995)
Guerra, (Miss) (093; 04996-04997), Dec. 1920
Guerrero, Falicitas (093; 04998), Dec. 6, 1922
Harris, Johnnie (093; 04999)
Hartin, Dallas (093; 05000)
Hay, J.H. little girl (093; 05001)
Hernandez, Roman S. (093; 05002)
Highsmith, C.C. (093; 05003-05004)
Hoogostratt, (Mr.) (093; 05005-05007)
Hoppe, Helen (093; 05008), Dec. 10, 1922
Hoppe, Grace (093; 05009-05010), Dec. 15, 1922
Hunter, (Mr.) (conductor) (093; 05011)
Ingram, (Mr.) and sons (093; 05012)
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3T602-Restricted Jimenez, Eutima (093; 05013)
Johnson, Mike (093; 05014)
Jones, Thetys (093; 05015)
Jones, (Mr. and Mrs.) (093; 05016), 1921
Kibbe boy (093; 05017), Dec. 7, 1922
King & Carter Jazzing Orchestra (093; 05018-05020)
Kirkland, Gordon (093; 05021-05022), May 16, 1920
Koch, (Mrs.) F.F. (093; 05023-05024)
Kraussee, (Mr.) (093; 05025), Aug. 5, 1921
Langdern boy (093; 05026), Jan. 1921
Laurent boys (093; 05027)
Longoria, Luis (093; 05028-05029)
Longoria girl (093; 05030-05031)
Loperena, Isis (093-094; 05032-05033)
Lopez, Augustine (094; 05034)
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3T603-Restricted Lovelace, (Miss) (094; 05035)
Lucio (094; 05036)
Lueck, Jerry (094; 05037)
Martinez, Abloja (094; 05038)
Martines baby (094; 05039)
McAllen residence (couple) (094; 05040-05041)
McAllen children (094; 05042), March 1912
McDonald, (Mrs.) W.F. and children (094; 05043-05044)
Medrano baby (094; 05045)
Merrill, John and children (094; 05046-05047)
Messa, Isidro (094; 05048)
Miranda, (Dr.) (094; 05049)
Miner, J.C. baby (094; 05050), July 15, 1921
Morton, Stanley (094; 05051)
Munoz (copy photo) (094; 05052)
Munoz, (Mr.) (094; 05053)
National Federation of Federal Employees (094; 05054-05055), Nov. 11, 1920
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3T604-Restricted Navarijo children (094; 05056-05058)
Nelson, M. children (094; 05059), April 1921
Newman, Willie (094; 05060), Dec. 16, 1922
Nunez de Carares, Jose (094; 05061)
Ottman, Frank (094; 05062), Dec. 1920
Ottman baby (094; 05063-05068)
Parenot group (094; 05069), Nov. 1921
Parenot children (094; 05070-05072), Nov. 1921
Parker, (Mr.) (copy photo) (094; 05073)
Pelacho, Pedro? group (094; 05074-05075), 1919
Pernet, (Mr.) (094; 05076)
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3T605-Restricted Pierce, (Mrs.) Frank (094; 05077-05080)
Puig, E.J. (094; 05081-05084), April 3, 1920 and undated
Ramirez, Pablo (094; 05085-05086)
Rentfro child (094; 05087)
Richardson family (094; 05088), Spring 1921
Roberts, B.S. baby (095; 05089)
Rogers family (095: 05090)
Rogers, F.J. and wife (095; 05091)
Saenz, (Miss) (095; 05092-05094), Dec. 1920
Salcedo, M.F. (095; 05095)
Santallana, E. (095; 05096)
Sethman, R. (095; 05097-05098), Nov. 1921
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3T606-Restricted Sewell, John (095; 05099)
Shearer, (Mrs.) William and child (095; 05100-05102)
Smith, Charles (095; 05103)
Spivey, Lillian, 1920-21 (095; 05104-05106)
Stark, Clara (095; 05107)
Stell, (Miss) (095; 05108-05109), Jan. 1921
Stell, (Dr.) George (095; 05110)
Stephenson, (Sgt.) A.P. (095; 05111-05112)
Strong, Curtis (095; 05113-05114), Jan. 1921
Swilley children (095; 05115-05117), Aug. 1923
Tennis, A.B. (095; 05118), Dec. 15, 1922
Thorn, (Dr.) (095; 05119-05121)
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3T607-Restricted Thurman, W.F. group (095; 05122)
Tucker, Annie (095; 05123)
Tuggle, Keith (095; 05124)
Tuttle, (Capt.) and lady (095; 05125)
Vana, Rud., and musical instrument (095; 05126-05127)
Vasquez, Y.Z. (Mexican consul) (095; 05128-05129)
Vela, Rachel (095; 05130-05131)
Viano, J.V. (095; 05132), 1919
Villanueva, (Mr.) (Mexican consulado) (095; 05133-05134), Dec. 5, 1921
Wade baby (095; 05135-05137), 1920
Walker, Irma (095; 05138)
Wallace, Effie (095; 05139-05141)
Webber, Rosa baby (095; 05142)
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3T608-Restricted Whiteside, J.L. (095; 05143)
Wilson, Dan (095; 05144), Dec. 1920
Woodmen of the World (096; 05145)
Workman children (096; 05146-05149)
Yzaguerre, Lauro (096; 05150)
Zavala, Guillermo (096; 05151)
Brownsville school groups:
High School class (096; 05152)
High School faculty (096; 05153)
High School track team (096; 05154-05155)
Unidentified school groups (096; 05156-05159)
High School? football team (096; 05160-05161)
High School girls’ basketball team (096; 05162-05163)
School class group (096; 05164-05167)
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3T609-Restricted High School football team (096; 05168; 05178), 1916
High School basketball team (096; 05169; 05174), 1918
High School track? team (096; 05170; 05173), 1918
High School girls’ basketball team (096; 05171-05172), 1918
High School class (096; 05175-05177), 1918
High School class (096; 05179-05182; 05184), 1919
School group (096; 05183), 1919
High School basketball team (096; 05185-05186), 1919
High School girls’ basketball team (096; 05187-05188), 1920
High School football team (096; 05189-05191), 1922
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3T610–3T614-Restricted Unidentified Portraits:
Babies (096-098; 05192-05289)
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3T614–3T623-Restricted Children (098-102; 05290-05507)
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3T623–3T643-Restricted Women (102-109; 05508-05919)
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3T643–3T681-Restricted Men (109-129; 05920-07029)
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3T682–3T684-Restricted Athletes (football, track and field, basketball) (129-131; 07030-07114)
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3T685–3T706-Restricted Groups (131-141; 07115-07701)
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3T723-Restricted 8x10 glass plate negatives
Runyon Family (141; 07702-07706)
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3X398 Glass negative (8x10): Amali Runyon as a baby (see note in holding record)
Single Portraits and Groups:
Kawalski, Benjamin family group (141; 07707-07708)
Funeral scene (141; 07709-07710)
Pierce, Frank group (141; 07711-07712)
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3T723, 3T724-Restricted Unidentified (141-142; 07713-07726)
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3T739-Restricted 5x12 glass plate negatives
Groups:
Banquet (142; 07727)
Football team (142; 07728)
Boy scouts (142; 07729-07730), May 20, 1916
Picnic at Las Palmas (142; 07731-07732), Aug. 4, 1914
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3T707-Restricted h. Copy Photographs
5x7 glass plate negatives
Military Subjects:
Diagrams of military strategies, Lt. Wilhelm (143; 07733-07742)
Instruction for guns (143; 07743-07749)
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3T707, 3T708-Restricted Military manual (143; 07750-07764)
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3T708-Restricted World War I songs (143; 07765-07769)
Soldiers (143; 07770-07773)
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3T708, 3T709-Restricted Maps:
Mexico (143; 07774-07785)
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3T709-Restricted Matamoros (143; 07786-07788)
La Carbonera and El Cureno (144; 07789)
Garden plat, Santa Luisa, Brownsville (144; 07790)
Unidentified (144; 07791-07792)
Copies made for Judge Philip Barbour, November 15, 1913:
(144; 07793-07802)
Documents:
Advertisements (144; 07803-07806)
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3T710-Restricted Blueprints (144; 07807-07812)
Business, legal, and personal records (144; 07813-07831)
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3T711-Restricted Miscellaneous documents (144-145; 07832-07852)
General Scenes
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3T712-Restricted Bombing destruction (145; 07853-07861)
European scenes (145; 07862-07866)
Cemeteries (145; 07867-07869)
Bermuda (145; 07870-07871)
Cuba (145; 07872)
Sugar factory (145; 07873)
Boat (145; 07874)
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3T713-Restricted Portraits:
Women (145; 07875-07882)
Men (145; 07883-07884)
Groups (145; 07885-07894)
Unidentified Scenes:
(145; 07895-07896)
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3T724-Restricted 8x10 glass plate negatives
Maps:
Matamoros (145; 07897)
Tamaulipas (145-146; 07898-07901)
Vera Cruz (146; 07902)
Miscellaneous:
Page from Andres Pacheco account book (146; 07903), 1923
Carton showing Father Time on mule (146; 07904)



 

II. NITRATE NEGATIVES--RESTRICTED

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AHC--Restricted a. Mexican Revolution
Matamoros:
Soldiers’ review in Plaza (147; 07905-07908), 1914
Monterrey:
Soldiers (147; 07909-07915)
Captured ammunition (147; 07916-07917)
Buildings (147; 07918-07925)
Decorative arches celebrating the revolution (147; 07926-07936)
Miscellaneous scenes (147; 07937-07940)
Views of the Dead, 1913
(147; 07941-07948)
Portraits:
Lucio Blanco (147; 07949)
Jesus Davila Sanchez (147; 07950-07955)
b. United States Military Forces
Fort Brown:
Views:
General views (148; 07956-07966)
Hospital (148; 07967-07969)
Wireless tower (148; 07970)
YMCA building (148; 07971)
Mess hall (interior) (148; 07972)
Machine shop (148; 07973)
Unidentified buildings (148; 07974-07975)
Ferry (148; 07976)
Unidentified encampments (148; 07977-07987)
Artillery, unidentified (at Palo Alto?) (148; 07988-07991)
Cavalry:
Third U.S. Cavalry (148; 07992)
Twelfth Cavalry (148; 07993-07995)
Unidentified cavalry (148; 07996-08001)
Infantry:
Fourth U.S. Infantry (148; 08002-08003)
Fourteenth New York Infantry (148; 08004)
Unidentified infantry: Firing practice (148; 08005-08007)
Support Services:
Engineering corps (pontoon bridge across the resaca, 1917) (148; 08008-08009), 1917
Fire brigade (148; 08010-08011)
Tanks (149; 08012-08016)
Airplanes (149; 08017-08027)
Camp Life:
Military duties:
Embarking at railroad station (149; 08028-08033)
Drilling (149; 08034-08036)
Crossing pontoon bridge (149; 08037-08042)
Building levees during Rio Grande floods of 1916 and 1917 (149; 08043-08058)
Mess lines (149; 08059-08063)
Military band (149; 08064)
Miscellaneous (149-150; 08065-08075)
Leisure activities:
Visiting Snake King (150; 08076-08080)
Boating (150. 08081-08083)
Horse riding and jumping (150; 08084-08101)
Baseball (150; 08102-08105)
Barrack and tent activities (150; 08106-08110)
Special events:
Funerals: Captain Winslow (150; 08111)
Cannon and ammunition arriving in Matamoros (150; 08112-08118)
Field Days:
(150-151; 08119-08123), October 7, 1918
(151; 08124-08133), September 30, 1919
(151; 08134-08143), October 1919
(151; 08144-08145), undated
Portraits:
Single soldiers (151; 08146-08163)
Groups (151-152; 08164-08182)
Soldiers with animals (152; 08183-08204)
Fort Ringgold: (152; 08205-08206)
Point Isabel, Texas: (152; 08207)
Brackettville, Texas (Ft. Clark?): (152; 08208-08209)
c. Mexico
Cities and communities:
Matamoros:
Plaza de Armas and cathedral (153; 08210-08213)
Celebration in Plaza (153; 08214-08215), May 5, 1914
Casa Mata (153; 08216-08219)
El Mercado (153; 08220-08221)
Colegio Modelo High School (153; 08222-08223)
Commercial buildings (153; 08224-08227)
Street scenes (153; 08228-08236)
Cemetery (153; 08237-08240)
Mule cars (153; 08241-08245)
Ox carts (153; 08246-08247)
Outing to Matamoros (153; 08248-08255)
Group with automobile, made for the Chamber of Commerce (153; 08256), 1921
Groups in car, Matamoros (bullfight parade?) (153; 08257-08259), July 1920
Bullfights (153-154; 08260-08320)
Monterrey:
General views (154-155; 08321-08332)
Governors Palace (155; 08333-08337)
Commercial building (155; 08338)
Churches:
El Obispado (155; 08339-08340)
Purisima (155; 08341-08344)
Monterrey Cathedral (155; 08345-08349)
Residence (155; 08351)
Landscapes (155; 08352-08357)
Plants (155; 08358-08360)
Ciudad Victoria: Landscapes and plants (155-156; 08361-08386), April 1926
Unidentified Locations:
General views and street scenes (156; 08387-08407)
Parks (156; 08408-08413)
Commercial buildings (156; 08414-08419)
Churches (156-157; 08420-08457)
Rural Scenes:
Rivers, dams, landscapes, etc. (157; 08458-08473)
Jacals and other houses (157; 08474-08478)
Carts (157; 08479-08487)
People (158; 08488-08505)
Crafts: Pottery (158; 08506-08507)
d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Cities and Communities:
Brownsville, Texas:
Views:
Aerial views (159; 08508-08511)
General view (159; 08512)
Along the bank of the Rio Grande before the bridge at 14th Street was built (159; 08513-08529)
Street scenes (159; 08530-08531)
Governmental buildings and services:
Cameron County Courthouse (159; 08532-08534)
Jail (159; 08535-08536)
Post office (exterior and interior) (159; 08537-08544)
Mercy Hospital (159; 08545)
Schools:
Brownsville High School (exterior and interior) (159; 08546-08547)
Washington Park Elementary School (159; 08548)
Churches:
Sacred Heart Church and St. Joseph College (159; 08549-08551)
First Baptist (159; 08552)
Presbyterian (159; 08553)
Commercial Buildings:
Exteriors:
Banks (159; 08554-08561)
Miller Hotel (159; 08562)
Country Club (159; 08563)
Borderland Furniture (160; 08564-08565)
Cueto Auto Sales (160; 08566)
Mason Transfer Co. (160; 08567)
Patterson Motor Co. (160; 08568-08569)
Radiola Parlor (160; 08570)
Interiors:
Bank (160; 08571-08572)
Community house (160; 08573-08575)
Local-Lite Bottling Co. (160; 08576)
Radiola Parlor (160; 08577)
Billboards (160; 08578-08580)
Residences:
Banker, H.H. (160; 08581)
Creager, R.B. (160; 08582-08586)
Goodrich (160; 08587-08588)
Gregg (160; 08589-08590), Aug. 10, 1920
Hinckley, Burt E. (160; 08591), June 5, 1920
More, (Mrs.) Charles (160; 08592), Aug. 15, 1920
Morris (160; 08593-08594), Aug. 10, 1920
Wells, James B. (160; 08595-08597), June 5, 1920
Unidentified (160; 08598-08600)
Cemetery Graves, identified:
Bowman, (Mr.) (160; 08601-08602)
Brown, William (160; 08603)
O’Brien, (Mrs.) (160; 08604)
Tumlinson (160; 08605), April 1924
Transportation:
Brownsville Depot, trains, and railroad crossings (160-161; 08606-08623)
Depot Park (161; 08624-08631)
Buses (161; 08632-08633)
Trucks and automobiles (161; 08634-08642)
Ferry (161; 08643)
Special events:
Small Pox outbreak (161; 08644-08650), 1915
Parade (161; 08651-08661), November 11, 1919
Other parades (161; 08662-08663)
Frontier Days Celebration (161-162; 08664-08683), September 1920
Visit of President-elect Warren G. Harding (162; 08684-08689), November 1920
U.S. officials destroying liquor at the Brownsville Custom House (162; 08690-08691), December 20, 1920
Masonic parade (162; 08692-08695), February 18, 1921
Brownsville citizens visiting construction work on the Rio Grande Railroad (162; 08696), September 2, 1921
Escaping gas in pond, at immigration station (162; 08697-08698), Sept. 3, 1920
Unidentified festival (162; 08699-08700)
Donna, Texas:
School (162; 08701)
Canal (162; 08702)
Harlingen, Texas:
General views (162; 08703-08705)
School (162; 08706)
Commercial buildings and depot (162; 08707-08713)
Residences (162; 08714-087150)
McAllen, Texas:
La Palma Hotel (162; 08716)
Edelstein Furniture truck (162; 08717)
Mercedes, Texas:
Aerial view (162; 08718)
School (162; 08719)
Residence (162; 08720)
Park (162; 08721)
Mission, Texas:
School (162; 08722)
Mission (162; 08723), April 10, 1920
Point Isabel, Texas:
Lighthouse, pier, and ferry (162; 08724-08729)
Jefferson Inn (162-163; 08730-08732)
Store (163; 08733-08734)
Hauling water (163; 08735)
Residence (interior) of R. B. Creager (163; 08736-08737)
Construction of railroad (163; 08738-08739)
Raymondville, Texas:
Street scenes (163; 08740-08742)
School (163; 08743)
Commercial buildings (163; 08744-08745)
Rio Grande City, Texas:
General views and street scenes (163; 08746-08748)
Church (163; 08749)
Sunset (163; 08750)
Commercial buildings (163; 08751-08752)
Ft. Ringgold? (163; 08753-08757)
Residences (163; 08758-08759)
Cross (163; 08760)
San Benito, Texas:
Aerial views (163; 08761-08762)
Street scenes (163; 08763-08766)
High School (163; 08767), Jan. 1, 1921
Residence of George H. Winsor, Jan. 1, 1921 (163; 08768)
Weslaco, Texas: School (163; 08769)
Wilson Tract: School (163; 08770)
Zapata, Texas: General view (163; 08771-08772), July 1925
Technology:
Oil wells (163; 08773-08783), March 2, 1920
Rice mill (163; 08784-08787)
Cotton gin (164; 08788)
Factories and miscellaneous views (164; 08789-08796)
Agriculture and Fairs:
Well on a ranch near Santa Maria (164; 08797)
Livestock (164; 08798-08807)
Crops (164; 08808-08821)
Farm workers and fields (164; 08822-08841)
Orchards (164-165; 08842-08853)
Farms: El Jardin (165; 08854-08868), 1919 and 1925
Fairs (165; 08869-08870)
Wildlife, Fishing and Hunting:
Rattlesnakes (165; 08871-08872)
Armadillo (165; 08873-08874)
Birds (165; 08875-08879)
Fishing:
President-elect Warren G. Harding fishing at Brazos de Santia (165; 08880-08884), November 1920
Other groups (165-166; 08885-08906)
Hunting (166; 08907-08913)
Sports:
Football (166; 08914-08943)
Golf (166; 08944-08947)
Croquet (166; 08948)
Bridges:
International Bridge (166; 08949-08950)
Red bridge in El Jardin (166; 08951)
General Views:
Salt Lake near Raymondville (166; 08952-08953), June 27, 1926
Resaca (166-167; 08954-08956)
Rio Grande River (167; 08957-08968)
Ships and boats (167; 08969-08984)
Beach and ocean (167; 08985-08989)
Clouds (167; 08990)
Country roads (167; 08991-08996)
Landscapes (167; 08997-09006)
Unidentified locations:
Aerial views (167-168; 09007-09023)
Street scenes (168; 09024-09031)
Church (168; 09032)
Commercial buildings (168; 09033-09046)
Residences (168; 09047-09061)
Funeral (168-169; 09062-09070)
Musical instruments (169; 09071-09075)
Miscellaneous views (169; 09076-09082)
e. Other United States views
San Antonio, Texas:
Missions (170; 09083-09089)
School (170; 09090)
Sunken garden (170; 09091-09097), July 1925
f. Botanical studies
Plants named by/for Runyon:
Echiveria runyoni (171; 09098)
Runyonia tubiflora (171; 09099)
Trees:
Palms (171; 09100-09112)
Miscellaneous trees (171; 09113-09120)
Maguey: (171; 09121-09130)
Yucca: (171; 09131-09147)
Cactus:
Echinocereus (171; 09148-09152)
Mammillaria (171-172; 09153-09160)
Coryphantha (172; 09161-09164)
Echinocactus texensis, March 22, 1921 (172; 09165)
Homalocephala texensis (172; 09166)
Runyon’s cacti garden (172; 09167-09168)
New Mexico cacti (172; 09169-09172)
Miscellaneous cacti (172; 09173-09189)
Flowers:
Water hyacinth (172; 09190-09192)
Echorina (172; 09193)
Bachelor’s button (172; 09194), Oct. 2, 1920
Crepe myrtle (172; 09195-09196), June 5, 1920
Macahuite (172; 09197)
Ratibida Picta (172; 09198-09199)
Yellow lilies (172; 09200-09201), Nov. 1920
Poinciana Pulcherrima L. (172; 09202-09203), 1919
Gaillardia Drumondi (172; 09204-09205), 1926
Ipomia (172; 09206-09207)
Clapia Suadefolia (172; 09208)
Hartmania Specioga (172-173; 09209-09210)
Cooperia Pedunculata (173; 09211-09212), May 4, 1926
Unidentified (173; 09213-09214)
Lantana Horrida (173; 09215)
Huesache (173; 09216)
Leucophyllum Texanum (173; 09217-09219)
Bauhemia species (cultivated in Brownsville) (173; 09220-09222), 1922
Lilly (173; 09223-09224)
Salvia Coccinea (173; 09225), March 20, 1922
Clappia Suaedaefolia (173; 09226)
Verbena (173; 09227), Oct. 2, 1920
Miscellaneous (173; 09228-09235)
g. Portraits
Runyon family:
Robert Runyon (174; 09236)
Amelia Medrano Runyon (174; 09237-09242)
William Thornton Runyon (174; 09243-09245)
Lillian Runyon (Mahoney) (174; 09246-09253)
Amali Runyon (Perkins) (174; 09254)
Virginia Runyon (Gilbert) (174; 09255-09261)
Other family:
Lanene Medrano (174; 09262-09263)
Carlos Medrano’s baby (174; 09264-09266)
Family groups (174-175; 09267-09301)
Other portraits:
Anderson, (Mrs.) (175; 09302-09303)
Anzuldua, (Mr.) (175; 09304)
Anzuldua child (175; 09305-09306)
Arismendez, Juan (175; 09307-09308)
Baker, (Miss) (175; 09309)
Barefield, Sadia and children? (175; 09310)
Barragon, Rosita (175; 09311-09314)
Barron, (Miss) (175; 09315-09320), 1925
Bauer, Edith (175; 09321-09322)
Bearden, Helen (175; 09323)
Bearden, I. (175; 09324-09327), July 1926
Berrada, (Miss) (175; 09328-09330), July 1924
Bigelow, N.R. wedding group (175; 09331-09332), June 21, 1926
Bois, June (175; 09333-09334)
Boling boy (175; 09335)
Bouchard, (Mr.) (175; 09336)
Bouis, P.H. (175; 09337)
Bowie, A.M. (San Benito, Texas) (175; 09338-09339)
Brady, Nancy (175; 09340)
Brown, Charlie (175; 09341-09342)
Buchard (wedding, Matamoros) (175; 09343-09345)
Buentella, Ysabel (175; 09346), June 10, 1926
Bullion, J.E. and wife (Olmita, Texas) (175; 09347)
Bullion, (Miss) (176; 09348), August 1926
Burnside baby (Ft. Brown) (176; 09349)
Caldironi, Charley (176; 09350-09351)
Cano, Ladeslan, and son? (176; 09352)
Cantu, Franciaca (communion) (176; 09353)
Carsner, (Miss) (176; 09354)
Cardenas, Guadalupe children (176; 09355-09356)
Carrasez, Lebrada (176; 09357)
Castenada, (Miss) (communion?) (176; 09358)
Castilla, Allen children (176; 09359-09360)
Castilla, Ines (176; 09361)
Unidentified (176; 09362-09367)
Ceyala, Maria (Matamoros) (176; 09368)
Ceyala children? (176; 09369), July 1925
Celsa, (Miss) (176; 09370)
Champion (Miss)/Coronado, Pedro (176; 09371-09372), 1925
Chancellor O. W. (Pt. Isabel, Texas) (176; 09373-09375)
Chapa boy (communion) (176; 09376)
Chatille, N.G. boy (San Benito, Texas) (176; 09377-09379), July 1925
Unidentified (176; 09380-09385)
Clowers girl (176; 09386-09387), Aug. 15,1924
Coates girl (176; 09388-09389), Aug. 15, 1924
Collector of customs, Matamoros, Mexico (176; 09390-09391)
Crixell, Joe (176; 09392-09394)
Crowe, Ralph (176; 09395)
Crowe, (Miss) (176; 09396), 1926
Day, E.P. (176; 09397), 1925
Dasal, (Miss) (176; 09398-09399)
de la Garza baby (176; 09400)
de la Mark children (176; 09401)
Deputy sheriffs (176; 09402-09403), June 1925
Donnau, (Mrs.) A.S. (177; 09404-09409)
Dougherty, Hattie (177; 09410), July 1925
Dutro, (Dr.) (177; 09411-09412)
Espinosa, Martin and Anna Gonzales (wedding) (177; 09413)
Espinosa, Martin daughter (177; 09414-09415), July 25, 1924
Evelyn’s baby (177; 09416)
Farmer, Galden (177; 09417)
Fernandez, Julia (177; 09418-09420)
Fernandez boy (177; 09421-09422)
Ford baby (177; 09423-09427)
Fragasa, Daniel (177; 09428-09429)
Garavan, Ampara (177; 09430), June 10, 1926
Garay, Consuela (177; 09431-09433)
Garcia, Francisco (177; 09434)
Garcia, M.J. daughter (177; 09435-09436)
Garcia, M.J. (177; 09436-09437)
Garcia, de, Ribera boys (communion) (177; 09438-09439), 1926
Garcia, (Miss) with mantilla (177; 09440-09441)
Garcia, (Mrs.) family (177; 09442)
Garabay, (Mr.) (177; 09443-09445)
Garabay baby (177; 09446-09447), 1926
Garrabay, (Miss) (177; 09448-09451)
Garza, Carmen (177; 09452)
Garza, (Mrs.) D. girls (177; 09453-09454), July 1925
Garza, Nicolasa (communion) (177; 09455)
Garza baby (christening?) (177; 09456), 1926
Garza, (Miss) (177; 09457-09459), July 28, 1924
Gavito, J.L. children (communion) (178; 09460-09462)
George, (Miss) (178; 09463)
Glick, W.L. (178; 09464)
Gomez, Garcia baby (178; 09465-09469)
Gonzales, (Miss) (178; 09470)
Gonzales, Tachita (178; 09471-09473), 1924
Graham, Elizabeth (178; 09474-09475), May 23, 1926
Graham? Baby (178; 09476)
Gregg, Sandar child (178; 09477-09479), Feb. 21, 1914
Gristy, Paul group (178; 09480)
Guerrero, Arito group (178; 09481-09482)
Hargrove, (Mr. and Mrs.?) (178; 09483)
Harrison, Hallie (178; 09484)
Haughting, Phinaus (178; 09485-09486)
Hernandez, Rosa (178; 09487), 1926
Hockaday boy (178; 09488)
Hoppe, Grace (178; 09489)
Houston, (Miss) (178; 09490-09492)
Ingram boy (178; 09493), Aug. 15, 1924
Ingram, (Miss) and Mexican girl (178; 09494-09495), July 1925
James, Elizabeth (178; 09496-09501)
Jeffers, (Mr.) (178; 09502)
Jiminez, Antonio children (178; 09503-09506)
Johnson, George W. (178; 09507)
Jones, Gertrude C. (178; 09508)
Jones, (Mrs.) John Paul (178; 09509-09511)
Jones, (Mrs.) W.J. (178; 09512)
Jones baby (178; 09513-09515)
Kibhe, Rosalis (179; 09516-09521)
King, (Mrs.) Charles and daughter (179; 09522-09524), 1925
Korbul, Charlotte (179; 09525)
Kowalski, B.L. little girl (179; 09526-09527), Aug. 15, 1924
Kowalski, (Mrs.) Bernie (179; 09528-09531)
Labias baby (179; 09532)
Lackner, Robert (179; 09533)
Larsen, Louise (179; 09534)
Laurence, Catherine (179; 09535-09536)
Lavenger, Wilma (179; 09537-09538)
Lekey boy (179; 09539-09540), Aug. 4, 1924
Lehman, Marcella (179; 09541-09542), Dec. 1924
Lightburn, Robert (179; 09543-09545)
Logue, (Mrs.) (179; 09546), 1925
Longoria, Amalia (179; 09547-09548)
Longoria, Amelia (179; 09549-09550)
Longoria, Angelita (179; 09551)
Lopez wedding (179; 09552)
Lopez baby (179; 09553-09554)
McCharen, W. E. and wife? (Raymondville, Texas) (179; 09555)
McChesney?, (Mr.) (179; 09556-09558)
McGee, (Mrs.) George (179; 09559)
Marshall, Raymond (179; 09560)
Martinez, Maria Teresa (179; 09561)
Mendez, Maria (179; 09563-09564), 1926
Mendosa (Miss) (179; 09565)
Mendosa Family (179; 09566)
Millard baby (179; 09567), July 1925
Montemayor? baby (179; 09568-09569), Aug. 1926
Moore boy (179-180; 09570-09573)
More, Dorothy (180; 09574)
Morris, (Mrs.) (180; 09575-09578)
Munoz, Yulema (180; 09579-09582)
Murphy, G.F. (Lyford, Texas) (180; 09583)
Murphy? Children (180; 09584-09587)
Neal, Ethyl (180; 09588)
O’Brien, Dave and wife? (180; 09589)
Oriva, (Mrs.) (180; 09590-09592), 1925
Orive, Carlote (180; 09593-09594)
Ortega, Consuela Toras Udade (communion) (180; 09595-09596)
Ortia, Hermilo (180; 09597)
Owens, C.L. group (180; 09598), Dec. 1924
Pachaco, de, (Mrs.) R.G. (180; 09599-09601)
Pacheco, (Miss) (180; 09602)
Pacheco, (Miss) (180; 09603), July 1925
Padilla, (Dr.) (180; 09604), 1925
Padilla wedding? (180; 09605-09607), Aug. 1926
Parish, Anita baby (180; 09608-09610)
Parish (birthday party) (180; 09611-09614)
Partman, Joe (180; 09615-09616)
Pelalla, (Miss) (180; 09617-09618)
Pena, Alfonsa children (communion) (180; 09619)
Pena, Lorenza and child (communion) (180; 09620)
Perez, Maria (180; 09621)
Perez, (Miss) (180; 09622-09625), July 1924 and undated
Perez children (180; 09626)
Pennet Family (181; 09627-09630)
Pitt, (Mrs.) (181; 09631)
Piz, Rosa (communion) (181; 09632-09634), 1926
Posada, Santiago Family (181; 09635), July 1925
Prosser, Ava baby (181; 09636-09637), Aug. 1, 1924
Quintana, Josafina (181; 09638-09639)
Quintana, (Miss) (181; 09640)
Raiford, B.F. baby (181; 09641), June 1925
Rendon, Luis (181; 09642-09647)
Robertson, Sam group (181; 09648-09649), Aug. 1926
Rocha, Aurora (181; 09650)
Rodes, Ricardo H. group (181; 09651), June 10, 1926
Rodriguez, Josafina (181; 09652), Aug. 4, 1924
Rodriguez, Maria (181; 09653), 1925
Rosette, Eugene (181; 09654-09655)
Ruguier, Garza (181; 09656), June 1925
Russ (or McKnight) (prisoner at jail) (181; 09657-09660)
Russell, A.M. children (181; 09661)
Saenz, Celia (181; 09662)
Salinas, Edevigis (181; 09663), Aug. 1926
Sanchez, (Miss) (181; 09664-09665)
Sandaval, Jose baby (181; 09666-09669), 1926
School teacher (Matamoros, Mexico) (181; 09670)
Sewell, John C. (181; 09671)
Sexton, Robert (181; 09672)
Sheriff (181; 09673)
Skelton, James baby (181; 09674)
Smith, (Mrs.) (at Depot Park) (181; 09675)
Solis, C. Family (Rio Grande, Texas) (181; 09676-09679)
Spivey, Leta (181; 09680-09681)
Stell, (Miss) (181; 09682), Jan. 1921
Stephens, Harriet (182; 09683-09684)
Strong, Curtis (182; 09685-09688)
Stubblefield, J.W. baby (182; 09689-09690)
Taday, (Miss) (182; 09691-09692), July 1926
Tamayo, Rosa (182; 09693)
Taylor, Volney girl (182; 09694-09695), Aug. 1926
Teel, Ted (182; 09696-09697)
Terry girl (182; 09698-09699), April 10, 1925
Thomas, (Mr.) (182; 09700)
Tiller? (Mr. and Mrs.) (182; 09701-09702)
Tujerina, (Miss) (182; 09703)
Todd, Marcyle (182; 09704-09705)
Torres, Ampara (182; 09706)
Torres, (Miss) (182; 09707)
Tumlinson, Nellie Ann (182; 09708-09709)
Turner, (Mrs.) C.W. children (Harlingen, Texas) (182; 09710-09711)
Turner, J. W. and wife? (182; 09712-09713)
Vega, Octavia wedding (182; 09714-09717)
Vick, Jewell (182; 09718-09720), July 1924
Villanueva, Alicia (182; 09721)
Villareal? (San Benito, Texas) (182; 09722), Aug. 4, 1924
Watson, C.W. boy (182; 09723)
Weller, Ester (182; 09724)
Welsh, J.P. (Ft. Brown) (182; 09725), Jan. 3, 1922
Weyand, (Mrs.) L. (182; 09726)
Williams, Elizabeth (182; 09727-09729)
Willis, Theresa (182; 09730-09731)
Ygizaguere, (Mrs.) (daughter of Dr. Barragan) (182; 09732-09735)
Ysasi, Maria Luisa (182; 09736)
Ysasi, Maria Refugio (182; 09737)
Zalizzi, Consuelo (182-183; 09738-09740)
School and convention groups:
Brownsville High School graduating class (183; 09741-09744), 1924
Brownsville? Junior High School girls’ basketball team (183; 09745-09747), May 19, 1926
Brownsville High School girls’ basketball team (183; 09748-09749), 1926
Brownsville High School boys’ basketball team (183; 09750-09751), 1926
Brownsville High School? student groups (183; 09752-09758)
El Jardin graduating class (183; 09759), 1926
El Jardin basketball team (183; 09760), 1926
Escuela Evangelica (Linares, N.L., Mexico) (183; 09761-09762), May 3, 1917
Sheriffs’ convention (183; 09763-09764), 1920
Unidentified portraits:
Babies (183-184; 09765-09841)
Children (184-186; 09842-09959)
Women (186-193; 09960-10300)
Men (193-195; 10301-10462)
Groups (195-200; 10463-10718)
h. Copy Photographs
Views made in France (201; 10719-10721)



 

III. SAFETY NEGATIVES

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3T748-Restricted a. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Brownsville, Texas:
Street scene (202; 10722)
Immaculate Conception Church (202; 10723)
Valley View Apartments (202; 10724-01727)
Parks:
Filmore Park (202; 10728-01735)
Ringgold Park (202; 10736-10738)
b. Botanical studies
Trees:
Palms (202; 10739-10749)
Miscellaneous trees (202-203; 10750-10789)
Shrubs (203; 10790-10803)
Maguey (203; 10804)
Yucca (203; 10805-10807)
Flowers (203; 10808-10827)
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3T740-Restricted c. Copy Negatives with extant glass or nitrate negatives
Copy Negatives (07926-10635 [incomplete range])
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3T741-Restricted Copy Negatives (07905-08201 [incomplete range])
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3T742-Restricted Copy Negatives (08205-08505 [incomplete range])
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3T743-Restricted Copy Negatives (08508-08807 [incomplete range])
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3T744-Restricted Copy Negatives (08813-09220 [incomplete range])
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3T745-Restricted Copy Negatives (09236-09598 [incomplete range])
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3T746-Restricted Copy Negatives (09599-10721 [incomplete range])
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3T747-Restricted Copy Negatives (08257-10634 [incomplete range])



 

IV. LANTERN SLIDES AND GLASS POSITIVES--RESTRICTED

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3T717--Restricted a. Mexico
Airplane and observers (204; 10828)
Casa Mata (204; 10829)
b. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Man next to Agave (204; 10830)
Men in buggy in river (204; 10831)
Pier (204; 10832)
Unidentified water scene (204; 10833)
c. Botanical studies
Men and palms (204; 10834)
d. Copy photographs
Warren G. Harding (204; 10835)
James M. Cox (204; 10836)
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3T714 e. Copy negatives with extant glass and nitrate negatives
VN #00006-00291 [incomplete range]
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3T715 VN #00482-00960 [incomplete range]
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3T716 VN #02072-08183 [incomplete range]



 

V. PRINTS

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3T750 a. Mexican Revolution
Matamoros:
Prints of VN #00001-00292 [incomplete range]
Portraits, miscellaneous, copy photos:
Prints of VN #00028-00266 [incomplete range]
Unidentified people (205; 10839-10840)
Carrancistas, weapons and ammunition, wrecked biplane, executions and bodies:
Prints of VN #00055-00279 [incomplete range]
Wrecked biplane (205; 10838)
Monterrey and Cuidad Victoria:
Prints of VN #00032-08460 [incomplete range]
Ammunition wagon? (205; 10837)
Las Rucias, Los Borregos, Villistas, Las Norias, Olmitos trainwreck:
Prints of VN #00064-00109 [incomplete range]
b. United States Military Forces
Fort Brown:
General views, artillery, cavalry:
Prints of VN #00295-01857 [incomplete range]
Aerial view (206; 10841)
Hospital (206; 10842-10843)
Artillery wagons on road (206; 10844)
Infantry, support services, officers:
Prints of VN #00443-08026 [incomplete range]
Field telephone (206; 10845)
Troops at depot (206; 10846)
Troops in formation (206; 10847-10850)
Pontoon bridge (206; 10851-10852)
Wrecked airplane (206; 10853-10855)
Military police (206; 10856)
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3T751 Camplife, special events, portraits:
Prints of VN #00916-08100 [incomplete range]
Mess line (206; 10857)
Cavalry exhibitions (206; 10858-10869)
Baseball team (206; 10870-10871)
Wagon in parade? (206; 10872)
Grand Review at Resaca de la Palma(206; 10873), Nov. 25, 1916
Field day spectators (206; 10874)
Soldier portraits (206; 10875-10881)
Officers in front of tent (206; 10882-10884)
Soldiers and horses (206; 10885-10886)
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3T769 Fort Brown, unnumbered [AR 97-324]
Fort Brown, numbered [AR 97-324]
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3T751 Point Isabel, Texas:
Encampment (206; 10887)
First Illinois Cavalry (VN #02042)
c. Mexico
Cities and communities:
Matamoros:
Bullfights:
VN #02176-02195 [incomplete range], unnumbered
Bullfight (207; 10899)
General Views:
VN #02081-08249 [incomplete range], unnumbered
Plaza de Armas and cathedral (207; 10888-10892)
Street scenes (207; 10893-10896)
Entrance to Medrano residence (207; 10897)
Cemetery (207; 10898)
Monterrey and other towns:
VN #02132-08445 [incomplete range]
Monterrey Cathedral (207; 10900)
Churches (207; 10901-10905)
City view (207; 10909)
Street scene (207; 10910)
Mayan? Sculpture (207; 10911)
Rural Scenes, crafts, copy photos:
VN #00048-10830 [incomplete range]
Mountains and clouds (207; 10906-10908)
El Obispado (207; 10912)
Jacals and houses (207; 10913-10914)
Cattle (207; 10915-10916)
Vacqueros (207; 10917)
Children and burros (207; 10918-10919)
Women with water vessels (207; 10920)
Man standing next to cacti (207; 10921)
Refugee group? (207; 10922-10924)
School group (207; 10925)
Frogs, El Gallo Ranch (207; 10926), 1922
Pottery (207; 10927-10928)
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3T752 d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Cities and communities:
Brownsville, Texas:
General views, government buildings:
VN #02395-08534 [incomplete range]
General view (208; 10929)
Old courthouse (Masonic Temple) (208; 10930)
Courthouse interior (208; 10931)
Post office and customs house (208; 10932)
Hospital, schools, churches:
VN #03949-03955 [incomplete range]
Mercy hospital (208; 10933-10934)
Brownsville High School (208; 10935-10937)
Junior High School (208; 10938-10939)
Ward School (208; 10940-10941)
St. Joseph’s College (and Sacred Heart Church) (208; 10942-10943)
First Presbyterian Church (208; 10944)
Commercial buildings (exterior and interior):
VN #02500-08560 [incomplete range]
Banks (208; 10945-10946)
Market place (208; 10947)
Country club (208; 10948-10949)
El Jardin Hotel (208; 10950)
Swift & Co. (208; 10951-10952)
Musical invention (208; 10953)
Residences (interior and exterior):
VN #02645-09055 [incomplete range]
Armstrong (208; 10954)
Banker, H.H. (208; 10955)
Ceyala, Jose (208; 10956)
Fernandez, Jose (208; 10957-10958)
McAllen, John? (208; 10959)
More, C.H. (208; 10960)
Runyon (208; 10961)
Young, J.J. (208; 10962)
Unidentified (208; 10963-10974)
Cemeteries, transportation, special events (Harding):
VN # 02798-08884 [incomplete range]
National Cemetery (208; 10975)
Brownsville Cemetery (208; 10976-10980)
Train, Jose Ayala (208; 10981)
Depot Park (208-209; 10982-10983)
Automobile (209; 10984)
Boat being unloaded (209; 10985), Oct. 1919
Visit of President-elect Harding (209; 10986-10989), Nov. 1920
School pageants (209; 10990-10991)
Parade (209; 10992)
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3T753 Donna – San Benito:
VN #02977-10832 [incomplete range], unnumbered
Hidalgo, Texas (209; 10993)
Point Isabel, Texas (209; 10994-10996)
Rio Grande, Texas (209; 10997-10998)
San Benito, Texas school (209; 10999)
Technology: Mills, Factories, etc.:
VN #03339-08784 [incomplete range]
Cotton gin (209; 11000)
Laundry? (209; 11001-11002)
Irrigation? (209; 11003-11005)
Railroad tracks (209; 11006)
Agriculture, Livestock, and Fairs:
VN #03191-08852 [incomplete range]
Cattle (209; 11007-11009)
Ox and wagon (209; 11010)
Goats (209; 11011-11012)
Burros (209; 11013)
Crops (209; 11014-11028)
Farm house (209; 11029)
Agricultural fairs (209; 11030-11031)
Wildlife, Hunting, and Fishing:
VN #03569-08901 [incomplete range]
Birds and nests:
Unidentified (209-210; 11032-11046)
Caspian terns (210; 11047-11050)
Common terns (210; 11051-11052)
Royal terns (210; 11053-11054)
Gull-billed terns (210; 11055-11056)
Black skimmer (210; 11057)
Gull-billed terns (210; 11058-11059)
Unidentified (210; 11060-11066)
Orioles (210; 11067-11069)
Reddish egret (210; 11070-11071)
Unidentified (210; 11072)
Fishing (210; 11073-11077)
Hunting (210; 11078-11086)
Sports, Bridges, Roads, Lighthouses:
VN #03154-08944 [incomplete range], unnumbered
International bridge (210; 11087)
Unidentified (210; 11088)
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3T754 General Views:
Lake Campacuas, Irrigation Canal, Rio Grande:
VN #02832-10833 [incomplete range]
Rio Grande (211; 11089-11094)
Unidentified waterways (211; 11095-11102)
Ships, boats, beach, ocean; clouds and sunset; eclipse:
VN #03784-08987 [incomplete range]
Boats and ships (211; 11103-11104)
Ocean and beaches (211; 11105-11124)
Eclipse (211; 11125-11129)
Landscapes and Roads:
VN #00363-08516 [incomplete range]
Miscellaneous landscapes (211; 11130-11134)
Roads (211; 11135-11138)
Unidentified:
VN #08053-09015 [incomplete range]
Unidentified (211-212; 11139-11148)
e. Other United States views
San Antonio, Texas:
VN #04134-04187 [incomplete range]
Washington D.C., West Virginia:
VN #04166-04180 [incomplete range]
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3T755 f. Botanical studies
Plants named by Runyon:
VN #04192, 04440
Echiveria runyoni (213; 11149)
Runyonia tubiflora (213; 11150)
Escobaria runyonii (213; 11151-11154)
Corypantha runyonii (213; 11155-11157)
Mammillaria runyonii (213; 11158)
Trees:
Palms and Fruit Trees:
VN #04194-10746 [incomplete range], unnumbered
Palms (213; 11159-11173)
Fruit trees (213; 11174-11176)
Miscellaneous Trees:
VN #03970-10784 [incomplete range]
Miscellaneous (213; 11177-11204)
Blooms and fruits (214; 11205-11207)
Shrubs and Vines:
VN #04273-10804 [incomplete range]
Chaparral (214; 11208-11213)
Verbena (214; 11214)
Coral bean (Sophora secundiflora) (214; 11215)
Cerriza (Leucophyllum texanum) (214; 11216)
Milkweed (214; 11217)
Unidentified (214; 11218-11220)
Pithecolobium brevifolium (214; 11221)
Strombocarpa cinerescens (214; 11222-11223)
Unicorn plant (Martnia fragrans lindl.) (214; 11224)
Unidentified (214; 11225-11226)
Century plant (214; 11227)
Agave and Yucca:
VN #04322-10791 [incomplete range]
Yucca (214; 11228-11229)
Cactus:
Echinocereus:
VN #04344-09181 [incomplete range]
Echinocereus (214; 11230-11255)
Echinocactus:
VN #04402-09176 [incomplete range]
Echinocactus (214-215; 11256-11282)
Opunia:
VN #04362-04562 [incomplete range]
Opuntia (215; 11283-11288)
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3T756 Mammillaria:
VN #04447-09160 [incomplete range], unnumbered
Mammillaria (215-216; 11289-11321)
Coryphantha, Ariocarpus, Wilcoxia, Acanthocereus, Lophophora, etc.:
VN #04374-09185 [incomplete range]
Others (216; 11322-11349)
Water Lillies and Hyacinths:
VN #04498-09192 [incomplete range]
Water Lillies and Hyacinths (216; 11350-11355)
Wildflowers:
VN #04304-10815 [incomplete range]
Wildflowers (216-217; 11356-11408)
Miscellaneous Plants, Garden Scene, and Wood Samples:
Miscellaneous Plants (217-218; 11409-11429)
Wood Collection and Samples (218; 11430-11432)
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2008-106/1 Botany Specimen Photograph Album
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3T757 g. Portraits
Runyon Family:
VN #04588-09236 [incomplete range], unnumbered
Robert Runyon (219; 11433-11436)
Amelia Medrano Runyon (219; 11437)
Lillian Runyon (Mahoney) (219; 11438-11440)
Runyon Family – Groups:
VN #09273
Family groups (219; 11441-11448)
Aguirre – Bryson:
VN #04883-09341 [incomplete range]
Aguirre, Blanca Margarita (219; 11449)
Allen, Bernard (219; 11450), 1923
Axsom, Cavita(219; 11451), 1923
Banta, Dorothy (219; 11452), 1923
Bates, Ruth (219; 11453), 1923
Bennett, Irene (freshman) (219; 11454), 1923
Biggs, Louise (219; 11455), 1926
Bishop, James (junior) (219; 11456), 1923
Boory, Juanita (219; 11457)
Brown, Margaret (219; 11458-11459), 1923-1924
Brown Family (219; 11460-11461), Dec. 20, 1919
Camiade – Cushing:
VN #04910-09370 [incomplete range]
Camiade, Lucille (219; 11462-11466)
Cantu, Egenio (left) and others (219; 11467)
Cardenas girl (219; 11468)
Carr, Arvilla (219; 11469), 1923
Ceyala, Charles (219; 11470)
Ceyala, Joe (219; 11471)
Ceyala, Lucy Tate (219; 11472-11473)
Ceyanes, Faustino (219; 11474), 1926
Chala, Eva (219; 11475)
Champion, Efrain and wife (219; 11476-11477)
Clint, Marcia (219; 11478)
Cobler, Jesse (219; 11479-11480), 1924
Cowan, Hazel (219; 11481-11482)
Crowe, Helen (219; 11483-11484), 1923-1924
Dalzell – Dutro:
VN #04934-09412 [incomplete range]
Dalzell, L.C. (219-220; 11485-11487)
Davenport, Wortham (senior) (220; 11488), 1923
Day, Fern (220; 11489), 1923
DeBardsleben, Mitchell (junior) (220; 11490), 1923
Delgado, Consuelo (freshman) (220; 11491), 1923
Dennis, Stella (220; 11492), 1923
Dutro, Dr. (220; 11493)
Espinosa – Garza:
VN #04962-09458 [incomplete range]
Espinosa, Martin wedding (220; 11494)
Espinosa, Martin children (220; 11495)
Fernandez, Albert (senior) (220; 11496), 1923
Fernandez (Mrs.) (220; 11497)
Fox, Mary Margaret (220; 11498)
Garcia, (Miss) (220; 11499-11500)
Garibay, Lalo wedding (220; 11501-11503)
Garibay, Maria (Mrs. Guerra) (220; 11504-11505)
Garza, Lucha (220; 11506)
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3T758 Ginn – Jones:
VN #04981-09739 [incomplete range]
Grider, Laurita (220; 11507-11508)
Guajardo, Avelina (junior) (220; 11509), 1923
Hernandez, Emilio (220; 11510)
Hilton, Craig (220; 11511), 1923
Hoppe, Helen (220; 11512)
Ingram boy (220; 11513), Aug. 15, 1924
Jennings, Myrtle (instructor of domestic science) (220; 11514), 1924
Jessup, (Mrs). C.L. (220; 11515)
Jones, Mary (220; 11516)
Karzack – McGee:
VN #05021-09578 [incomplete range]
Karzack, Mary (220; 11517-11518), 1923 and 1925
Lackner, Robert (220; 11519)
Laiseca, Julia (220; 11520)
Lamb, (Mrs.) J.W. (head of Spanish Dept.) (220; 11521), 1923
Lamberton, Katherine, “Princess of Brownsville” (220; 11522)
Leonard, George (220; 11523)
Leopold, (Mr.) (220; 11524)
Longoria, Gertrudis (220; 11525)
Lovinger, Wilma (junior) (220; 11526), 1923
McAllen, Salome (Mrs. Scanlan) (220; 11527)
McCain, Katherine (junior) (220; 11528), 1923
McDavitt, Gail (220; 11529-11530)
McDavitt, William (220; 11531)
Medrano – Nunez:
VN #05045-09580 [incomplete range]
More, Elizabeth (220; 11532-11536)
More, Gay (220; 11537)
Morris, Elvira (220; 11538)
Morris, (Mrs.) (221; 11539-11543)
Oriva – Plenn:
VN #05062-09625 [incomplete range]
Ortiz, Consuelo (221; 11544)
Pacheco, Alfonso and Ninfa (221; 11545-11548)
Padilla, (Miss) (221; 11549)
Parish, Anna (221; 11550)
Patterson, Eleanor (sophmore) (221; 11551), 1923
Perez, (Mrs.) (221; 11552)
Pierce, (Miss) (221; 11553-11556)
Plenn, Dora (221; 11557), 1925
Posada – Russell:
VN #05086-09661 [incomplete range]
Professional Photographers Association of Texas officers (221; 11558-11559)
Pumarejo, (Miss) (221; 11560-11561)
Racca, May Bell (221; 11562)
Reed, Albert William and Irene (221; 11563-11565)
Renfrow, Calesta (221; 11566), 1924
Richards, Jewell (221; 11567), 1923
Ruguier, Garza (221; 11568)
Ruiz, John (junior) (221; 11569), 1923
Russell, Mary Elizabeth (221; 11570), 1923
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3T759 Saenz – Swilley:
VN #05093-09740 [incomplete range]
Samono, Consuelo (Mrs. Perez) (221; 11571)
Seabury, Martha (221; 11572-11573), 1926
Smith, Anita (221; 11574), 1924
Solezzi, Consuelo (221; 11575)
Starck, Alice (221; 11576-11579), 1924
Starck, Anne (221; 11580)
Starck, F.E. (221; 11581-11582), 1924
Starck grandchildren (221; 11583)
Stillwell, Mary (221; 11584), 1924
Taggart – Zalizzi:
VN #05118-09739 [incomplete range]
Taggart, Margaret (221; 11585), 1924
Tamayo, Teresa (221; 11586)
Tansill, Laura Lee (221; 11587-11588), 1925
Taylor, Josephine (221; 11589)
Taylor, Marizell (221; 11590-11591)
Taylor, (Mrs.) Volney (222; 11592-11593)
Tucker, Annie (222; 11594)
Tuggle, (Mr.) (222; 11595)
Valent, Irene (junior) (222; 11596), 1923
Vava, Rud. (222; 11597), July 1926
Vick, Louise (222; 11599-11602), 1924 and 1927
Vivier, John (222; 11603-11604)
Vivier, Marie (222; 11605)
Webber, Roberta (222; 11606-11607)
Weller, Ester (222; 11608-11609), 1923 and 1925
Wood, Annebeth (222; 11610), 1923
Wood, Louise (junior) (222; 11611), 1923
Worley, Katherine (queen of halloween celebration) (222; 11612), 1926
Wortman, Jeanine (222; 11613)
Wortman, Marie (222; 11614)
Yoe, Thomas J. (superintendent of Brownsville schools) (222; 11615), 1922
Young, Bertha (222; 11616-11617)
Young, (Mrs.) J.J. (222; 11618)
Yzaguirre, Eva (222; 11619), 1923
Yzaguere, (Miss) (222; 11620)
Pageants, school groups, sports teams:
VN #09746-09760 [incomplete range]
Brulay, Lucy, Gail McDavitt, Jeanine Wortman, and Marizell Taylor (222; 11621-11622)
Brownsville High School, coronation of queen (222; 11623; 11625)
Coronation of queen at casino in Matamoros (222; 11624)
McAllen, Salome and other of yearbook committee (Palm Leaf) (222; 11626)
Brownsville High School girls’ basketball team (222; 11627), 1924
Brownsville High School track team, undated (222; 11628)
High school baseball players (222; 11629)
Brownsville High School football team (222; 11630), 1921
Brownsville High School football team (222; 11631-32), undated
Unidentified Portraits:
Babies:
VN #05220, 09802
Babies (222-224; 11633-11722)
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3T760 Children [2 folders]:
VN #05362-09958 [incomplete range]
Children (224-226; 11723-11821)
Women (with corresponding negatives):
VN #05510-10212 [incomplete range], unnumbered
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3T760, 3T761 Women [5 folders]:
(226-231; 11822-12113)
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3T761 Men (with extant negatives):
VN #01416-10424 [incomplete range]
Men [2 folders]:
(231-235; 12114-12286)
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3T762 Groups:
Group (with extant negatives)
VN #07131-10715 [incomplete range]
Weddings and Children
Weddings (235; 12287-12306)
Children (235-236; 12307-12338)
Families and other groups [2 folders]
(236-237; 12339-12394)
h. Copy Photographs
Mexican War, Maps (World War I):
VN #07786, 10719, 10720
French soldiers (238; 12395-12398), circa 1860-1869
Pontoon bridge across Rio Grande (238; 12399-12400), circa 1866
Map of eastern Mexico (238; 12401)
World War I soldier (238; 12402)
South Pacific Island, World War II (238; 12403)
Brownsville (238; 12404), circa 1860-1869
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3T750 Texas Rangers with dead Mexican bandits (VN #00097-00102)
Publication prints [3 folders]
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3T763 i. Duplicates
Duplicates
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3T764 Duplicates
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3T765 Duplicates
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3T766 Duplicates
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3T767 Duplicates
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3T768 Duplicates



 

VI. POSTCARDS

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3T749 a. Mexican Revolution
Soldiers:
Blanco and others with horses (239; 12405)
Grls. Gonzales, Murguia, Villareal, and J. Carranza (239; 12406)
Dead soldiers (239; 12407)
Miscellaneous:
Explosion (239; 12408)
Carrancista cattle (239; 12409)
b. United States Military Forces
Fort Brown:
Artillery (239; 12410)
Cavalry (239; 12411-12414)
Inspection (239; 12415)
Machine gun troop (239; 12416)
Truck (239; 12417)
Officers at depot (239; 12418)
Field Day activities (239; 12419-12421)
Banquet (239; 12422)
Miscellaneous: Military song (239; 12423)
c. Mexico
Cities and Communities: Matamoros (239; 12424-12440)
Miscellaneous: Aztec calendar stone (239; 12441)
d. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Cities and Communities:
Brownsville (239; 12442-12453)
Mercedes (239; 12454-12456)
Point Isabel (239; 12457)
Agriculture:
Livestock (239; 12458)
Crops (239; 12459-12460)
Fishing: (240; 12461)
General Views: Rio Grande (240; 12462-12463)
e. Botanical studies
(240; 12464-12469)
f. Portraits
Identified: Cerventes, Luisa W. (240; 12470)
Unidentified:
Babies (240; 12471-12474)
Children (240; 12475-12483)
Women (240; 12484-12488)
Men (240; 12489-12490)
Groups (240; 12491-12500)
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2008-059/4 g. Later postcard accessions
Postcard Collection (Runyon and others), circa 1920-1970
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3X398 Postcard album



 

VII. PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPHS

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3T408a a. United States Military Forces
Artillery:
3rd New York Field Artillery:
Camp, Brownsville (241; 12501)
Supply Train (241; 12502), Feb. 25, 1917
Cavalry: 4th Cavalry, Troop A (241; 12503)
Infantry:
First Texas Infantry, Company M, Brownsville (241; 12504)
Machine gun troop (241; 12505)
Support Services:
Motorcycle Corps (241; 12506-12507)
Engineering Corps with pontoon bridge (241; 12508)
Field Hospitals:
Louisiana Field Hospital (241; 12509), Feb. 5, 1917
Unidentified field hospital (241; 12510)
Truck Companies:
No. 3, Fe. 18 (242; 12511), 1917
Unidentified, at Ft. Brown (242; 12512)
No. 20 (242; 12513), June 9, 1918
Motor Transport Repair Branch, Quartermaster Depot, Brownsville, Texas (242; 12514), 1917
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3T408b Field Day (242; 12515)
Miscellaneous:
Unidentified soldier groups (242; 12516-12518)
Unidentified camps (242-243; 12519-12520)
Pontoon Bridge (unnumbered)
Second Iowa Infantry, Las Palms (unnumbered)
b. Mexico
General Views:
Palm grove and jacals by river (243; 12522)
La Casa Colorada, E.J. Puig owner – Tamaulipas, Mexico (unnumbered)
La Casa Colorada, E.J. Puig owner – Tamaulipas, Mexico (unnumbered)
Burrowes Rapid Transit Train – Matamoros, Mexico (unnumbered)
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3T408c c. Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Cities and Communities:
Brownsville, Texas:
Birds-eye views (243; 12523-12525)
Rio Grande from Travelers Hotel (243; 12526)
Rio Grande from Miller Hotel (243; 12527)
Rio Grande (at flood stage?) and sightseeing boats (243; 12528), May 1918?
Junior High School (243; 12529)
Country club (244; 12530)
Country club (unnumbered)
Cemetery (244; 12531), June 1919
Mercedes, Texas hotel and city park (244; 12532), March 20, 1918
Point Isabel, Texas:
Pier (244; 12533-12535)
Depot, lighthouse, and residences (244; 12536)
Hotel (244; 12537)
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3T408d Agriculture:
Potato field, San Rafiel (244; 12538), March 14, 1920
Piper Plantation (244; 12539)
Rabb’s Ranch, Santa Maria, Texas (244; 12540)
General Views:
Rio Grande flood (244; 12541), May 9, 1918
International Bridge (Brownsville) (244; 12542)
Unidentified school under construction (245; 12543)
Rio Grande (unnumbered), July 20, 1918
Foliage Citrus (unnumbered)
Las Palms (unnumbered)
International Bridge (unnumbered)
Birds eye view of Rio Grande (unnumbered)
El Jardin community house and arroyo (unnumbered)
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3T408e, 3T408f, 3T409a d. Portraits
Immigration Company Excursions:
El Jardin Immigration Company excursions (245-246; 12544-12561 and four unnumbered), 1920-1923
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3T409a, 3T409b, 3T409c Lone Star Immigration Company excursions (246-247; 12562-12577 and one unnumbered), 1919-1924
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3T409c Excursion group? with farm workers (247; 12578)
Unidentified excursion groups (248; 12579 and three unnumbered)
Excursion group Thanksgiving Dinner at El Jardin (248; 12580), 1924
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3T409d Other Groups:
“Chase” group with palms (248; 12581), Jan. 8, 1924
Party group holding grapefruits (248; 12582)
Family group at Claude Macy’s home in orange grove (248; 12583)
Church picnics? (248; 12584-12585)
First Presbyterian Church (Brownsville) congregation (248; 12586)
Rio Grande Valley Teachers Institute, Brownsville (248; 12587), Sept. 6-10, 1920
Epworth League Federation (248; 12588), Aug. 30-31, 1924
Passenger Ticket and Freight Agents of Texas, 16th Annual Convention (248-249; 12589-12590), Jan. 23, 1921
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3T409e e. Non-Runyon panoramas
Mexico: Plaza de Armas, Matamoros (249; 12591), 1916
Professional Photographers Association of Texas Conventions Ft. Worth (249; 12592), 1918
Dallas (249; 12593), 1919
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3T410a f. Duplicate panorama prints
United States Military Forces (15 prints)
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3T410b Mexico, Lower Rio Grande Valley Texas (16 prints)
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3T410c El Jardin Immigration Company (22 prints)
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3T410d Lone Star Immigration Company (11 prints)
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3T410e Other groups (13 prints)



 

VIII. ASSORTED PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS

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3S437 Negative Envelope, empty
Copies of original film box lids (lantern slides in box 3S471b and glass plate negatives in box 3S077a)
Polyester negatives:
April 21, 1958
Resaca Park, 9-10:30, September 30, 1958
May 30, 1962
February 7, 1962
Glass negatives 12x5, circa 1920's:
Alamo, San Antonio
San Jose Mission, San Antonio
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3So77a Glass negatives, 5x7:
Man on donkey
Amelia Runyon
Runyon family
Amelia and Amali Runyon, 1917
Amali and Virginia Runyon
Runyon family
Robert, Amali, Lillian Runyon
Amali Runyon
Jose Maria Medrano
Brownsville train station
Virginia Runyon, 1921
Article in Spanish (parts 1 and 2)
Amelia y Leocadia
Amali Runyon, 1921
Flower
Carranza’a troop trains, Matamoros
Amali Runyon
Rio Grande railroad engine
Family portrait
Man and woman portrait (5 shots)
Lillian, Amali, Virginia Runyon, circa 1921-1922
Oil derrick
Man and woman portrait
Felipe L. de Medrano
Car outside Runyon Studio
Oil derrick
Mission (2 shots)
Cowboy portrait
Cowboys and cowgirl
Aerial view of town square park
Mission
Cattle-Steers (3 shots)
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3So77b Lighthouse, Padre Island
Map of Mexico
Lillian, Amali, Virginia Runyon
Map of Mexico
Constitutional soldiers, Mexico
Don V. Carranza and Don P. Gonzales
Touring car
Runyon family
Amali and Virginia Runyon
Virginia Runyon, 1921
Lillian, Amali, Virginia Runyon
Robert Runyon
Amali Runyon, (2 shots) 1921
Football game (3 shots)
Cowboy portrait (3 shots)
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3S471a Glass negatives 5.5x3.5:
Amali Runyon
Runyon family, circa 1919
Amelia Runyon, circa 1919
Soldier on horse
Girl toddler, Runyon daughter?
Glass plate negatives 4x5:
Men fishing on beach (5 different shots)
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3S471b Lantern slides, Cramer’s Photo Dry Plates, 3x5:
Outdoor monument
Omnibus
Bridge
Pier
Civilian army parade, Mexico?
Civilian soldiers, Mexico?
Building Ruins
Man with donkey
Lantern slides, Hammer Lantern Plates, 3x5:
Man with flower
Map of Matamoros
Troop of soldiers
Mission
Church
City street
City street
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3T741.1--Restricted Unprocessed glass negatives
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3T770b--Restricted Damaged plates
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3T769 35mm negatives:
35mm negatives, 1956-1961
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3T748 Views of Brownsville, Flora, etc. [AR 89-233], 1953-1955
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2008-059/1 Photographs:
Flora and Fauna of Rio Grande Valley, circa 1950-60s
Locales and Buildings, Brownsville, Texas, circa 1940-1960s
Various Texas Scenes, circa 1920-1950s
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3T769 Photographs:
Photographs of Exhibit, “Robert Runyon: The Tools of Time,” at the Brownsville Historical Society [AR 89-306]
Botanical Studies: Flowers and Misc. Plants [AR 89-233], circa 1950-60s
Trees [AR 89-233], circa 1950-60s
Austin, Knoxville, Raleigh [AR 89-233], circa 1950s-60s
Brownsville: Street Scenes and Residences [AR 89-233], circa 1950-60s
Brownsville: Parks and Resacas; misc. [AR 89-233], circa 1950-60s



 

IX. MANUSCRIPT MATERIALS

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3B107 A. Gulf Coast News and Hotel Company:
Correspondence, accounts, and invoices:
Curio manufacturers and food supply companies, 1909-1912
Postcard manufacturers
Tom Jones (Cincinnati, Ohio), 1910-1914
Miscellaneous, 1909-1912
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2.325/V46 Inventory, March 31, 1911
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3B107 B. Commercial photography materials
Correspondence:
Texas photographic suppliers:
Houston Optical Company, 1911-1912
McBride Photo Supply Company (Houston), 1911-1912
Schaeffer Photo Supply Company (Houston), 1911-1914
O.S. Lammers Company (San Antonio), 1913-1919
George H. Pittman & Bro. (Dallas), 1919-1921
C. Weichsel Company (Dallas), 1919-1921
Southwest Photo Supplies (San Antonio), 1930-1940
Willman’s Pharmacy (Brownsville)
Non-Texas suppliers, 1910-1940
Postcard manufacturers, Curt Teich & Company (Chicago), 1911-1940
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3B108 Customer orders:
Requests for photographs:
Melado Land Company, 1911-1912
C.G. Malott, 1927-1928
Miscellaneous, 1911-1937, 1964-1966
Requests for developing and printing, 1911-1927
Requests for postcards, 1911-1931
Copyright registration cards and infringements, 1910-1912, 1927-1928, 1962
Photographic books and periodicals, 1911-1927
Kodak exposure records, 1907-1911
Receipt book, 1926-1927
Lists of negatives
List of lenses, May 11, 1953
Newspaper advertisements, 1921
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2.325/V46 Texas Commercial News, 1924, and Buried Treasure containing Runyon photographs, 1924
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3B109 Pamphlets and price lists
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2.325/V46 Pamphlets and price lists:
M. A. Seed Dry Plate Company
Gloeckner & Newby Co.
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3B110 C. Personal records
Correspondence and miscellany, 1909-1968
Botanical interests
Financial records, 1910-1940
Newspaper clippings, circa 1937-1963
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2.325/V46 Newspaper clippings, 1937, 1942, and circa 1973
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2007-223/1 D. Assorted manuscript and printed materials
Politics (includes clippings, speeches, correspondence):
Untitled
Letters of Thanks
Letters, January 1942
Untitled
Applications for jobs (city)
Politics
Proclamations by Runyon
Letters, Oscar C. Dancy
Letters, Menton Murray
City Politics
Politics
City of Brownsville
Travel, R. Runyon
Untitled (miscellaneous loose items)
Letters, Famous People (primarily elected and government officials)
Politics:
Untitled
City Bond Case
Miscellaneous City Business
“Runyon 702”
Runyon
Housing Authority, 1941
Untitled
Whitney (clippings)
Untitled (miscellaneous)
Miscellaneous Files:
Stationery
Cancelled checks
Travel Guide
Untitled (legal documents)
Tax Receipts, 1913 and later
Tax Receipts, Queen Theatre
Tax Statements, Brownsville Consolidated ISD and City of Brownsville
Untitled (personal financial)
Untitled (assorted items)
Printer engraving plate for invitation, 1963
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2007-223/2 Miscellaneous Files:
Catalogs and brochures
Weather Diaries, 1939, 1943, 1958-1967
The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels
Mirrors – how to silver
Honor for Robert Runyon
Biographies, Robert Runyon
Brownsville History
Fort Brown letters
Clipping, Bandit Raids (photocopy)
Copies, Robert Runyon Papers
Old Papers
Resaca Park
Paper on telegraph lines
Letters about Brownsville Railroad
Monty’s Monthly Magazine, 1925, 1927, 1936
Map of Matamoros
Maps
Untitled (miscellaneous loose items)
Tax Receipts, 1920-1939, 1956-1960
Building Permits
Microfilm copies of book, Houston Displayed, or Who Won the Battle of San Jacinto?
Weather–Hurricanes
Insurance, 1909-1911, 1940
My Copies (photocopies of correspondence), 1909-1910
Property, 1911-1940
Miscellaneous letters and receipts-rent, paper (includes financial documents and correspondence), 1911- 1940
Letters-Runyon to Editor, 1948-1949, 1956
Dobie-letters
Early Correspondence-Runyon, 1910-1920, 1940
Letterhead-Robert Runyon
Letters to Runyon-Matamoros, 1911-1912
R. Runyon-Miscellaneous Letters, 1910-1966
Old Receipts (includes Mexican identification papers), 1916-1946
Receipts-Runyon, 1909-1912, 1927, 1934
Anniversary-50th, 1963
Port Isabel, 1936
Brownsville News, 1936-1953
Robert Runyon letters, 1910-1912, 1928, 1937
For an album/scrapbook (telegrams, letters, bills, receipts)
C.L. Williams, County Clerk, 1911, 1939
Publications (tourism and church brochure, program)
Financial documents (letters, receipts)
Assorted letters and cards
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2007-223/3 Book Manuscript (Genealogy of the Descendants of Anthony Lawson):
Corrections
Orders, 1939, 1952-1953
Manuscript Drafts and Edits
Botany:
Botany Books donated to Jernigan Library, Texas A&I University
Notes on Plants
Field Notes, 1926-1928, 1937, 1940-1941
Lists of Plants Identified
The Basket Place, Jumping Bean
Letters, Ellen Schulz, 1930, 1956
Letters, Dr. Thorp, 1946-1950
Requests for plants, 1920-1922
Herbarium
Palm Grove
Botany (multiple folders)
City Parks
Printed items (newsletters)
Correspondence (membership, specimens, research)
Store:
Notices to appear (Equalization Board, Brownsville CISD)
City of Brownsville, Tax Statements (property of Robert Runyon), 1948-1960
Tax renditions, school district
Bank Books
Address Book (lists addresses and costs of various perfumes)
Curt Teich & Company
Buckhorn Letters
Products manufactured in Brownsville, 1931
Purchase Orders-Stores
Receipts
Basket Place
Correspondence
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2007-223/4 Photography:
“mine” (assorted correspondence)
Southwest Caller magazine and San Antonio pictures
Litigation (regarding copyright), 1927-1928
Clipping-Postcards, 1987
Requests for Photographs (photocopies), 1912-1965
General Electric Photo Data Book, business card, photographs, 1947, 1965, undated
Curt Teich & Company letters, 1912
Clipping-Photographing Flowers, 1913
Kodak Exposure Record (photocopies) (2 folders)
Inventory of Lenses, 1918, 1940, 1953
Photographic Lenses, etc., 1920-1923, 1953-1954
Brownsville Herald, 1925, 1948
Botany:
Correspondence
Flower Grower and Southern Florist magazines, 1928-1929
Mrs. Ellen D. Schulz (Witte Museum), 1923-1932
Correspondence (personal and business) (some in Spanish), 1933-1943
Miscellaneous:
Robert Runyon (business receipts and records in Spanish)
Assorted Correspondence, Financial and Photography Records (includes clippings, Exposure Records, business and personal receipts, 1939 British Journal of Photography)
Botany Specimens
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2007-223/5 Scrapbooks:
1935-1937
1938-1941
1938-1939
1940
1955-1956
1946, 1964-1967
1954-1966
1939
1943
1942
1944
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2007-109/1 Politics and Speeches, 1948-1961
Botany (articles, writings, notes, correspondence), 1923-1940
Politics (correspondence), 1935-1958
Income and Poll Tax Information (includes Appellants Brief of 1950 Civil Suit), 1912-1966
Politics (speeches, position statements, expenses, published Material, correspondence), 1937-1966
Botany (catalogs, notes, specimens), 1941, undated
Election, 1961
Newspaper Clippings (related to political and civic affairs), (6 folders), circa1940s-1950s
Photography and Botany (receipts for orders and supplies - some very brittle, correspondence, notes), circa 1920s-1960s
The Basket Place - Business (inventory, correspondence, orders) (some in Spanish), 1933-1949
Assorted Botany, Political, Business (some in Spanish), 1926-1958
Assorted Business (Guerlain, Teich, Interstate Circuit, taxes)(some in Spanish), 1929-1961
Assorted Business (perfume invoices, City Manager’s News Letter, etc)(some in Spanish), 1930-1941
Business Invoices (some in Spanish), 1929-1937
Business Invoices (some in Spanish), 1930-1936
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2007-109/2 Democratic Convention, Dallas, September 15, 1964
Fidel Loya vs The Brownsville News Publishing Company Civil Case, 1940
Business Invoices and Orders, 1930-1935
Tax Papers, 1937-1960
Correspondence-Political, 1924-1959
Correspondence-Political, 1949-1950
Business Invoices, etc, circa 1930s
Presiding Judge of Election, 1914, 1922, 1949-1966
Subject File: Legal Procedures, 1944-1947
Receipts from Basket Place, Mexico, 1929-1939
Curt Teich Postcard Orders, 1930-1936
Politics (published speeches, publications regarding Democratic Party), 1947-1952
Receipts (includes notes and correspondence), 1911-1961
Basket Place correspondence and orders, 1934-1935
Purchased Book Receipts, 1928-1963
Income Tax & Receipts, 1919, 1939-1958
Correspondence - Botany:
1965-1967
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2007-109/3 1937-1956
1929-1956
1930-1953
Correspondence – Business & Botany, 1929-1940
Correspondence – Botany, 1925-1940
Assorted Correspondence & Book Facsimiles, 1914-1961
Maps (mostly of Texas and Rio Grande Valley region), 1938-1947
Genealogical Writings - Runyon Family (2 folders)
Correspondence (alphabetical), 1940-1943
Assorted, 1926-1949
Correspondence, 1926-1927, 1946, 1960
Invoices (Runyon’s Curio & Gift Shop) & Correspondence, 1936- 1960
Botany Notes and Photographs, 1947-1956
Botany Notebooks and Photographs, 1926-1941
Photography Book, Fallowfield’s Photographic Annual 1928
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2007-109/4 Assorted Leaflets (related to botany, photography, government, US Department of Agriculture, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station)
Publications
The Democratic Digest (not complete and some duplicates)
June/July 1944
December 1948 – April 1953
Democratic Digest (some duplicates)
September – November, 1953
January – March, July – November, 1954
July, September – December, 1955
April, 1956
February 1957 – November/December 1960
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2007-109/5 Business Invoices & Correspondence:
Receipts and Bills, circa 1940s-1960s
Travel Receipts and Assorted Financial, circa 1920s-1960s
Runyon Business Cards, Nameplates, Empty Photo Envelopes, Book Index Cards
Daily Diaries (documenting weather conditions), 1943-1956 (not complete)
Receipt Books, 1933-1962
Account Book, 1939-1952
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2007-109/6 Stockholders Record Book, Brownsville News Publishing Company, 1939-1942
Publications:
Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1941
USDA, 1948
Texas Law Review, 1937
The Texas Quarterly, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1963
Botany Notes & Field Notes, circa 1930s, undated
Runyon Herbarium Index, 1963
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2007-109/7 Printing Blocks of Flora and Fauna Photographs
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2008-059/1 Assorted Receipts, Invoices, Correspondence, Legal Documents, 1910-1963
Williamson, West Virginia Estate
Accounts-Williamson, WV, 1931-1937
Correspondence-Mr. Poole, 1938-1945
Williamson Estate, 1939-1940
Correspondence-Goodykoontz & Slaven, 1939-1940
Correspondence-A.W. Mann, 1940-1941
Correspondence-Lant R. Slaven, 1941-1945
Correspondence-Lillie Kirk, 1937-1938
The Williamson Property-Deeds and Other Records
The Kirk Heirs (correspondence and notes), 1937-1945
Correspondence-Julia C. Ford, 1940-1941
Data and Expenses, Williamson Property, 1937-1945
Assorted Clippings and Letters, 1939
Correspondence-Charles Runyon and Kelly Maiden, 1940- 1945
Miscellaneous Letters-Williamson, WV & Ashland, KY, 1939-1945
Publications
Catalogue of Copyright Entries: Part 4 (pertaining to creative expressions and works of art), 1916
Forging Ahead in Business, 1946
U.S.A.: The Magazine of American Affairs, 1952
Barker History Center (correspondence, clippings regarding Runyon Collection)
Meteorological Data, 1925, 1931, 1942, 1965-1966
Democratic Party (state and national conventions, events, etc.), 1943-1962
Assorted Clippings, Notes, Ephemera, 1907-1999
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2008-059/2 Postcards (sent and received from various Runyon family members), 1909-1985
Correspondence (from various members of the Runyon family), 1935-1963
Publications & Basket Place Catalog (featuring Runyon’s photographs), 1940, 1976, undated
50th Anniversary Guest Books, 1963
Robert Runyon Memorial Guest Book, 1968
Amelia Runyon Memorial Guest Book, 1987
Runyon Rent Partnership, 1986-1989
Runyon Papers
Medical Histories, 1968
Clipping – Dobie & Runyon, 1967
Correspondence – The Basket Place, 1926-1928
Correspondence – The Basket Place, 1927-1928
Correspondence, 1914-1959
Correspondence, 1928-1960
Sympathy Cards, 1968
Posthumous Tributes, 2001-2002
Runyon Library Index
Democratic Party, 1946-1963
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2008-059/3 Clippings (some in Spanish), circa 1930s-1950s
Copyright Records & Miscellaneous Copyright Material, 1923-1939
Photography-Related Catalogs, 1887-1919
Litigation (elections, property tax), 1953-1960
Litigation, Supreme Court of Texas (libel), 1939-1941
Lawsuit
Litigation (City of Brownsville), 1939
City of Brownsville, 1939
Assorted Legal and Tax, 1955-1962
Amali Runyon Perkins Papers
Photographs
Weather Diary, Calling Cards, Tax Data, 1963-1968
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2008-059/4 Postcard Collection (Runyon and others), circa 1920s-1970s
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2008-106/1 Correspondence-Amelia Medrano and Robert Runyon (many in Spanish), 1912-1913
Correspondence-Assorted, 1909-1910
Correspondence-Assorted Family, 1910-1940
Botany/Specimen Note Cards, circa 1940s
Business Invoices & Correspondence-The Basket Place, photography, etc., 1919-1937
Political Correspondence & Documents, 1935-1965
Assorted Biographical (identification, letters, writings about Runyon, etc.), 1929-1968
Insurance Papers, 1902-1938
Postcards
Samples, circa 1900-1920s
Received, 1909-1913, 1958-1966
Amali Runyon Perkins Papers, 1934-1973
University of Texas, 1934-1936
Robert Albert Runyon
Biography
Letters, 1944-1973
Ephemera, 1922-1968
Notesbooks:
Diary (2), 1942
Field Notes and notes regarding Park Commission, 1942-1946
Photographic Exposure, 1926
MacManus Estate Sale:
Grammar Book and article, 1868, 1927, 2006
Assorted Documents & Correspondence, circa 1887-1920s
Assorted Postcards, circa 1900-1920s
Printed Matter
Assorted Travel Guides & Brochures of the Rio Grande Valley (many featuring Runyon photos), 1924-1962
The True Facts About the Expropriation of the Oil Companies’ Properties in Mexico, 1940
Botany Specimen Photograph Album
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3X398 Postcard Album
Award (framed), 1949
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3X398 Printed Matter
Periodical Publications:
A Year to Remember, 1945
American Photography, March 1919
Frontera (Spanish language magazine), March-April, 1947
Democratic Digest, September 1960
Horticulture, April 15, 1929
Matamoros (Spanish language magazine), February 1943
Our Times, December 4, 1963
Sheriff’s Association of Texas Magazine, December 1939
Texas Parade, 1938, 1940-1941, 1948-1950, 1954 (incomplete)
Trees: The Journal of American Arboriculture, July/August 1942
Western Homes and Gardens, February 1929
Photography Business Records (rolled), 1918-1919
Glass Negative (8x10): Amali Runyon as a baby
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2008-144/2 Oversize Material:
Assorted Travel Guides & Brochures of the Rio Grande Valley (many featuring Runyon photos), 1924-1962
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2008-144/1 Political, circa 1940s-1960s
Botany, 1938, 1959, 1969
Photography & Postcard Business, 1918, 1986
Real Estate, 1921-1927, 1933, 1986-1988
Amali Runyon Perkins & Doug Perkins, 1933-1936, circa 1960s
Assorted, 1916-1968
Ephemera, 1932, circa 1960s
Clippings, circa 1930s-1980s
Publications:
The International Standard, 1884
The Law Student, 1939
The New York Times Current History: The European War (8 issues) 1915-1916
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2008-333/1 Personal Papers
Letters, 1910-1958
Genealogy, 1956-1984
Ephemera, 1919-1963
Business Papers
Photography, 1927-1928
Property, 1925-1968, 1981-1983
Political Papers, 1938-1965, undated
Botany Papers, 1918-1954
Photographs
Amali (Runyon) Perkins and Doug Perkins, 1932-1997
Runyon Family, 1944-1947, 2008
Assorted
Published Material & Maps, 1937-1969
Lulac News, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1939
Matamoros Rotario (Spanish), May 1937
National Political Campaign of 1944, Part II, 1944
Time, November 21, 1969
United Press Self-Revising World Map, 1940
Vietnam (from newspaper), 1968
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2008-144/2 Oversize
The Gestapo: Hitler’s Secret Police, circa 1940
Map, Texas, General Land Office, 1958
Assorted Clippings, circa 1920-1930s
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OD 15 Print: Map of the Battles of Palo Alto and Resaca and Palma
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3T409f Panoramas, Rio Grande City and jacals on the Rio Grande, circa 1920-1929
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2.325/V46 Re-Elect Roosevelt & Garner posters
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2008-144/2 Newspapers (entire paper or just sections):
The Alamo Register, 1955
All Valley Morning Express, 1949
Ashland Daily Independent, 1949
The Brownsville News, 1940
The Brownsville City News (not complete), April 19, 1956–October 4, 1956
The Brownsville Herald, 1937, 1942, 1949
Chicago Daily Tribune, 1944
The Chicago Sun, 1944
Commercial Recorder, 1955
Daily Herald, 1945
The Daily Texan, 1935, 1937
The Democrat, 1952
El Paso Herald Post, 1962
Helotes Echo, 1973
The Houston Press, 1944
Leslie’s Weekly Illustrated, 1900
The New America, 1956
The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1945
PM Daily, 1944
The San Antonio Light, 1943, 1945, 1952, 1955-1956, 1963
San Antonio Sunday Light, 1945
San Antonio Express, 1943, 1945, 1947-1948, 1952, 1956, 1963
San Antonio Evening News, 1960, 1963, 1967-1968
San Antonio News, 1956
The Stars and Stripes, 1945
Southern Messenger, 1939
The Summer Texan, 1966
Sunday Journal Transcript, 1925
The Valley Farmer, 1928
The W. Lee O’Daniel News, 1944-1945
Newspaper Supplements:
The Dallas Times Herald - Sunday Magazine, 1962
San Antonio Light - The American Weekly, 1953
Sunday Express and News, 1958
Clippings: Johnson, Truman, Roosevelt, etc., circa 1940-1959



 

X. IMAGE SURROGATES

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3T770a Master Microfiche
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LSF Master Microfilm



 

XI. EXHIBIT MATERIALS--RESTRICTED

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3rd floor stacks--Restricted CAH Runyon exhibits
Contact photo archivist for information.