Items Owned by Texas State Library and Archives

thumbnail of Alonzo Steele, Only Survivor of Battle of San Jacinto
thumbnail of An Oil Gusher
thumbnail of An Oil Well Blown for 18 Hours
thumbnail of An Oil Well Gushing
thumbnail of Automobile Agency, Laredo
thumbnail of Barracks of Old Alamo
thumbnail of Business Street, Amarillo
thumbnail of Cavalry on the Border
thumbnail of Cock Fight, Rio Grande Border
thumbnail of Flow Tank on Fire near Eastland
thumbnail of Government Transport Leaving Galveston for Vera Cruz
thumbnail of Group of Mounted Texas Rangers
thumbnail of Group of Texas Rangers
thumbnail of Group of Texas Rangers Who Prevented Fitzsimmons-Maher Fight
thumbnail of John Lane, Fiddler
thumbnail of Laying an Oil Pipeline
thumbnail of Lignite Mine, Texas
thumbnail of Making Straw Hats, Brownsville, Texas
thumbnail of Mariscal Canyon
thumbnail of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Maxwell
thumbnail of Mrs. Killerease, Claimed to Be 131 Years Old
thumbnail of Oil Near Ranger Going Over the Top
thumbnail of Oil Well Gusher
thumbnail of Oldest Woman Telephone Operator
thumbnail of Parade in Brownwood, Texas
thumbnail of Picking Turkeys in a Packing Plant
thumbnail of Shipping Vegetables, San Benito
thumbnail of Soldiers of Fifth Brigade Awaiting Transport to Mexico from Galveston
thumbnail of Texas Ranger Mounted for Duty
thumbnail of The Alamo
thumbnail of Turkey Packing Plant in Texas
thumbnail of Turkey Trot in Cuero, Texas
thumbnail of Turkeys in the Street
thumbnail of Typical Western Texas Settler's Home
thumbnail of Uncle Moses Praetion and Aunt Fannie Tucker, Former Slaves
thumbnail of US Customs Inspectors with Mexican Smugglers of Mescal
thumbnail of Zapata, Texas