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Houston, Santa Anna, and Cos

Major Joe Bunker's last parade, or the fix of a senator and his 700 independents

Volunteers for Texas. As you were

The brilliant charge of Capt. May--At the Battle of Resaca de la Palma (Palm Ravine) 9th of May 1846 [...]

The capture of General Vega (In the act of discharging a canon) by the gallant Capt. May, of the U.S. Army, during the engagement of the 9th May / / Lith. & pub. by Sarony & Major, 117 Fulton St. N.Y.

Guadalupe Mountains, near El Paso, Texas, viewed from the east / Middleton, Wallace & Co., Cincinnati, O.

The charge of Captain May at the Battle of Resaca de la Palma / Designed by Jno. L. Morton ; Engd. by H.S. Sadd.

Branding cattle on the prairies of Texas - mirage in the background / from a sketch by James E. Taylor.

The Texas cattle trade. Cutting out / drawn by Frenzeny and Tavernier.

Western sketches - a freshet in the Red River, Texas / Hoskin ; drawn by Frenzeny and Tavernier.

Garza revolutionists in the Texas chaparral / drawn by Frederic Remington.

A & M Consolidated School, Agricultural and Mechanical College, Texas

Camp wagon on a Texas roundup

A group of Texas cowboys

X I T mess wagon

Cowboys at lunch

Weighing cotton--in one of the large cotton fields in Texas, U.S.A.

101 Ranch, Rita Blanco Cañon

JA Ranch, White Deer Division, Stake Plains

Open range branding

Bronch busting

Branding on the XIT

Day herds, XIT outfit

Broncho busting

Branding on the XIT

Branding on the XIT

JA Ranch, watering the day herd

Two of a kind

JA Ranch cowboys racing to dinner

JA Ranch, packing bedding

Heavily thrown

Mounting a "bronc" / photo by Erwin E. Smith, Bonham, Texas.

And then you might ride him if you could

A mumble-peg game

To "bust" him you first had to saddle him

"Red" Saunders, of Three Circle fame, saddling a bronco

In the bronc pens

Map in the sand / photo by Erwin E. Smith, Bonham, Texas.

Cutting out from the herd

Chuck-wagon on the move

A stray man, and mount

Pulling cow from gulley

Reading the news

J.A. chuck-wagon, getting dinner

A Texas cowboy / photo by Erwin E. Smith, Bonham, Texas.

The LS bronco buster

A rocky trail / photo by Erwin E. Smith, Bonham, Texas.

The bronc gets ugly

Cowboys eating tomatoes / photo by Erwin E. Smith, Bonham, Texas.

The stray man / photo by Erwin E. Smith, Bonham, Texas.

A sun-fisher, Bar Diamond Bar range

Cotton picking machine in Texas

Plunging broncho [sic], Bar Diamond Bar range

Library War Service, Camp Travis, Texas

Fighting it out

[Manoevre Camp at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas]

[Oscar Callaway, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left]

Maneuver Camp at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas

Texas Tommy swing

Two train robbers killed near Sanderson Tex., Mar. 13, 1912

A newspaper clipping of October 1913 about young Texas cotton pickers. Location: [Texas]

Newly designed canal structure in Franklin Canal, El Paso Valley - counterbalanced cylinder gates

Franklin Canal, El Paso: Completing reconstruction of settling basin and concrete lining. Mexican dam is seen across river

Aerial view of Motor Truck Group, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Major F.H. Pope, Cavalry, commanding, December, 1916

Aeroplanes and transportation, 1st Aero Squadron, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Captain B. D. Foulois commanding, U.S.A., 1916

[Camp Wilson, San Antonio, Texas]

The Millheisler Group

The Fairview Church wells

Officiers [sic] Training Camp, Camp Funston, Lions Springs, Texas, 1917

Officers, 32nd Division, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Tex., Dec. 23, 1917

Dedication of Red Cross Convalescent House, Base Hospital, Camp MacArthur, June 20, 1918

Officers, nurses, and hospital corps, Base Hospital, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas, June 4, 1918

Dedication of Red Cross Convalescent House, Base Hospital, Camp MacArthur, June 20, 1918

[Flag Day, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., 1918]

[Detachment Medical Department, U.S. Army Base Hospital, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.]

M. & P. Burk - block 818

Officeres [sic] and Office Force Hdqrs., Southern Department, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Feb. 18th 1919

Kelly Field, #2, Tex., Jan. 5, 1919

Pleasant Grove Church district

[Airfield near San Antonio]

[African American farmer, Texas]

[Prisoners in the woodyard, Darrington State Farm, Texas; A Baptist congregation at Alma Plantation, False River, Louisiana; Portrait of Rev. Haynes at Eatonville, Florida; A Methodist church; Portrait of an African American child]

Chuck wagon view

Driving cattle

Prisoner in camp hospital, Darrington State Farm, Texas

Working cowboy

Circus wagon, Texas. Carving shows Indians and white man. From circus of Miller Brothers. "101" Ranch

Circus wagon with carvings of Indians and white men from the circus of Miller Brothers in the "101" Ranch. Texas

Operating a harvester on a Texas wheat field

Cotton pickers in south Texas

Housing for cotton pickers. South Texas

Corn, dried up and lying in the field. The temperature was over one hundred degrees. Between Dallas and Waco, Texas

Family between Dallas and Austin, Texas. The people have left their home and connections in South Texas, and hope to reach the Arkansas Delta for work in the cotton fields. Penniless people. No food and three gallons of gas in the tank. The father is trying to repair a tire. Three children. Father says, "It's tough but life's tough anyway you take it"

Family between Dallas and Austin, Texas. The people have left their home and connections in South Texas, and hope to reach the Arkansas Delta for work in the cotton fields. Penniless people. No food and three gallons of gas in the tank. Father is trying to repair a tire. Three children. Father says, "It's tough, but life's tough anyway you take it"

Migrant cotton pickers. Texas

Dr. Tugwell and farmer of dust bowl area in Texas Panhandle. President's report

Dr. Tugwell and Chairman Cooke of the drought committee look at a nest of barbed wire in Texas dust bowl. President's report

Migrant family from Oklahoma in Texas. A family of six alongside the road. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture, took to the road a year ago and when the photographs were made they were found to be without money, shelter, and without food for the four children

Oklahoma migrant, Texas. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture,

Oxen once used as work animals on the farms of northwest Texas

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