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"All that was left of her" (between 1900 and 1930)
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[Portrait of] Louis Kolle (between 1900 and 1930)
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[Rumely Oil Pull tractor], (between 1910 and 1930)
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[Lonze Edwards's grandson] (between 1910 and 1930)
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[Men with axes], (between 1910 and 1930)
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Prairie fly catcher (between 1910 and 1930)
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[Dirt work on Jack Kyle Ranch] (between 1910 and 1930)
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[Wildcat hanging on a dog kennel] (between 1910 and 1930)
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[Dog in a kennel] (between 1910 and 1930)
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Sunday afternoons (between 1910 and 1930)
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[Workers unloading rock in a gully] (between 1910 and 1930)
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[Unidentified baseball team] (between 1910 and 1930)
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Cotton pickers at Tivoli, Texas (between 1910 and 1930)
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Texians! We Made the State, (between 1910 and 1930)
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Jose Garza (between 1910 and 1930)
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Maria Ybarbo Artero (between 1910 and 1930)
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Luz Ybarbo (between 1910 and 1930)
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Austwell Texas (between 1912 and 1940)
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Kids & sheep at Uvalde's (between 1915 and 1930)
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Aransas Reserve, (between 1920 and 1940)
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Vidauri Mercantile (between 1920 and 1940)
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Cattle leaving dip tank (between 1920 and 1940)
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[barefoot on horseback] (between 1920 and 1940)
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[cattle herd] (between 1920 and 1950)
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[Girlfriends], (between 1920 and 1940)
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[Cattle in pens], (between 1920 and 1930)
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[Grand old tree], (between 1920 and 1940)
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[Feeding the chickens], (between 1920 and 1940)
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[Nuns out for a stroll] (between 1920 and 1950)
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[Branding Chute], (between 1920 and 1950)
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Old Preiss home, Stubb Community (between 1920 and 1940)
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[Open range work] (between 1920 and 1940)
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At the Handy's Ranch (between 1920 and 1940)
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[Working cattle at Greta pens] (between 1920 and 1950)
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[Tree in a rural setting] (between 1920 and 1960)
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[Aerial view of San Antonio Bay] (between 1920 and 1940)
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Documents (6)

Victoria Advocate "The tournament given by the Cuero Knighthood"

Notes of an article in the Victoria Advocate about a tournament in Cuero with the names of participating Knights and their individual scores.

Date: 1930's
Total Pages: 2

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Longhorn, Lasso, and Latigo

Article about the history of the cattle industry in Texas.

Date: December, 1930
Total Pages: 5

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Notes from Allhands, J. L. Gringo builders, Privately printed, 1931 Barbed wire

Article about the history of barbed wire fencing and the advent of the railroad in the Coastal Bend.

Date: 1931
Total Pages: 2

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SON SEEKS RELIC OF FATHER'S WORK,

A newspaper clipping of Otto Puppe , son of Charles Puppe traveling to Washington in an attempt to find the chair his father made for Dennis O'Connor and presented to President Benjamin Harrison. was made by Charles Puppe, father of Otto, lower left, and presented to President Harrison in 1889, ,

Date: between 1935 and 1969
Total Pages: 8

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SON FINDS RELIC OF FATHER'S LABOR

A newspaper clipping of Charles Puppe's creation of the longhorn chair and it's whereabouts in the Former Indianapolis home of President Harrison.

Date: May 7, 1936
Total Pages: 1

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The Tournament in Victoria and neighboring counties

A report written by Margaret Stoner McLean written on the Tournaments of Victoria and area ranches; a contest of skill on horseback.

Date: ca. 1937
Total Pages: 15

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