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    • San Jacinto Monument, model

    • San Jacinto Memorial
    • Quarter size model of sculpture for the pedestal of the San Jacinto Memorial depicting the beginning of colonization in 1824.
    • MSS0019 Alfred C. Finn Papers
    • San Jacinto Monument, model

    • San Jacinto Memorial
    • Quarter size model of sculpture for the pedestal of the San Jacinto Memorial.
    • MSS0019 Alfred C. Finn Papers
    • San Jacinto Monument, model

    • San Jacinto Memorial
    • Quarter size model of sculpture for the pedestal of the San Jacinto Memorial depicting early settles to Texas.
    • MSS0019 Alfred C. Finn Papers
    • San Jacinto Monument, model

    • San Jacinto Memorial
    • Quarter size model of sculpture for the base of the San Jacinto Memorial depicting different industries in Texas.
    • MSS0019 Alfred C. Finn Papers
    • San Jacinto Monument, model

    • San Jacinto Memorial
    • Quarter size model of sculpture for the pedestal of the San Jacinto Memorial.
    • MSS0019 Alfred C. Finn Papers
    • San Jacinto Monument, model

    • San Jacinto Memorial
    • Quarter size model of sculpture for the pedestal of the San Jacinto Memorial depicting early education in Texas.
    • MSS0019 Alfred C. Finn Papers
    • San Jacinto Monument, model

    • San Jacinto Memorial
    • Quarter size model of sculpture for the pedestal of the San Jacinto Memorial, depicting the siege of the Alamo.
    • MSS0019 Alfred C. Finn Papers
    • This Week In Texas, 1976, Volume 1-2

    • LGBT history ;
      periodicals
    • This Week In Texas (TWIT) was a gay business and entertainment guide published weekly and distributed throughout Texas from 1975 through 2013.
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    • This Week In Texas, 1977, Volume 2-3

    • LGBT history ;
      periodicals
    • This Week In Texas (TWIT) was a gay business and entertainment guide published weekly and distributed throughout Texas from 1975 through 2013.
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    • Two women standing in a landscaped garden.

    • People
    • Two unidentified women standing in a landscaped garden. Sculptured hedge at bottom left corner. Two palm trees in center of photograph. Site not identified.
    • Frank J. Schlueter / Bank of the Southwest Collection

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