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    • Frisco engine 359 on new tressle over Brady Creek, Brady, Texas

    • 20 St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company; Frisco Line; Railroads Design and construction; Railroad bridges; Brady Creek (Tex.); McCulloch County (Tex.)
    • Photograph shows a Frisco train on the trestle two days before arrival of the first passenger train; workmen on lower level (bottom left)
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    • Crowd waiting for the first train, Brady, Texas

    • 20 St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company.; Frisco Line.; H. M. Rice Saloon (Brady, Tex.); Railroads Trains.; Bars (Drinking establishments); Brady (Tex.)
    • Photograph shows crowd that greeted the first Frisco (St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Company).
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    • Greer Garson and Mickey Rooney getting off train

    • Actors. ; Actresses. ; Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad. ; Railroad stations.
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    • San Antonio Light Photograph collection, MS 359, University of Texas San Antonio Libraries Special Collections from the Institute of Texan Cultures
    • Aerial of Cuero, Texas

    • Aerial photographs - Cuero (Tex.)
    • Photograph shows aerial looking north northeast. Railroad (center) with park and Muti Hotel beyond. Gonzales Street crossing tracks (left).
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    • Aerial view of intersection of W. Commerce Street and Interstates 10/35, San Antonio, Texas, March...

    • Aerial photographs - San Antonio (Tex.) ; West Side (San Antonio, Tex.) ; Cattleman's Square (San Antonio, Tex.) ; Vista Verde (San Antonio, Tex.) ; Commerce Street (San Antonio, Tex.) ; Pecos Street (San Antonio, Tex.) ; Leona Street (San Antonio,...
    • Photograph shows view looking northwest with W. Commerce Street Viaduct and Missouri-Pacific Railroad Station (upper left); intersection of W. Commerce and San Saba Street (lower right).
    • Ray Howell Photograph collection, MS 354, University of Texas San Antonio Libraries Special Collections from the Institute of Texan Cultures
    • Interview with Julia Hoyle-Gayden, June 11, 1997

    • African American women--Interviews; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.;
    • Born in 1894, Hoyle-Gayden tells of her experience growing up and living in Texas as an African American. She began teaching in the 1920s, worked for the Republican Party, and was a civic activist.
    • Archives for Research on Women and Gender Oral History Project
    • Interview with Rev. Claude Black, 04-11-2006

    • African Americans--Civil rights--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Interviews.; Mt. Zion Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.); San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.; Segregation--Texas--San...
    • Black was born in San Antonio on Nov. 28, 1916, the son of a Pullman porter and a housewife. After graduating from then-Douglass High School in 1933, he enrolled at St. Philip’s College. Black earned a bachelor’s degree in 1937 from Morehouse...
    • College of Liberal and Fine Arts Oral History Program Collection;
    • Afro-American Texans

    • African Americans--Texas--History. African Americans--Texas--Biography. Texas--History.
    • Part of the Institute of Texan Cultures' The Texians and the Texans series.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00234/utsa-00234.html
    • Ahr's Garage and North Side Restaurant, LaCoste, Texas,  1920s

    • Ahr's Garage & Machine Shop (LaCoste, Tex.)
      North Side Restaurant (LaCoste, Tex.)
      Garages (LaCoste, Tex.)
      Restaurants (LaCoste, Tex.)
      Machine shops (LaCoste, Tex.)
    • Bird's-eye view, from railroad water tower, of the two businesses on North Front Street.
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    • Interview with Paul Forchheimer and Ernest Speck, 1988

    • Alpine (Tex.); Brewster County (Tex.); Sul Ross State University
    • Alpine, Texas The influence of Sul Ross State University, the McDonald Observatory, well-traveled ranchers and culture-hungry residents made Alpine and Fort Davis much more cosmopolitan than their small size would indicate, long-time residents...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection

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