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Hood Co., Texas.

Hood Co., Texas.

Shows land ownership. "Copyright 1879. W.C. Walsh Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office of the State of Texas." "Lithographed by A. Gast & Co-St. Louis & N.Y. new process." Two copies. Copy 1 mounted on cloth. ... more

Hood Co., Texas /

Hood Co., Texas /

Relief shown by hachures. Shows land ownership. Blueprint. "General Land Office, Dec. 1893." "Traced by Jno. C. Newton, August 1918." LC Land ownership maps, 1009 Available also through the Library of Congress ... more

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, Januar...

The name of one interviewee is unknown. Part of a series of recordings made by John Henry Faulk, Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942. Contents: AFS 06435A, Frank Dobie; John Talle... more

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, Januar...

The names of the interviewees are unknown. Part of a series of recordings made by John Henry Faulk, Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942. Contents: AFS 06433A, Co-ed at University ... more

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, Januar...

The name of one interviewee is unknown. Part of a series of recordings made by John Henry Faulk, Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942. Contents: AFS 06434A, Unidentified woman; AFS... more

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, Januar...

The name of one interviewee is unknown. Part of a series of recordings made by John Henry Faulk, Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942. Contents: AFS 06434A, Unidentified woman; AFS... more

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942

"Dear Mr. President," Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, Januar...

The names of the interviewees are unknown. Part of a series of recordings made by John Henry Faulk, Granbury, Austin, and Hood County, Texas, January or February 1942. Contents: AFS 06433A, Co-ed at University ... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood County, TX

Rock Church Suspension Bridge, Spanning Paluxy River, Tolar, Hood Coun...

Significance: One of the remaining vernacular suspension bridges in Texas, the Rock Church bridge is an example of a combination cable and stayed truss, an obsolete engineering design. Unprocessed Field note m... more

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