Huntsville State Park
Title:
Huntsville State Park
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Holiday Inn of Huntsville
Title:
Holiday Inn of Huntsville
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
84 guest rooms-private club-restaurant-swim pool-color TV. Situated in the beautiful rolling hills of East Texas; Huntsville State Park, Lake Livingston and home of Sam Houston State University and Texas Department of Corrections. Recreation area-fishing, boating, swimming and hunting.



Holiday Inn of Huntsville
Title:
Holiday Inn of Huntsville
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
84 guest rooms-private club-restaurant-swim pool-color TV. Situated in the beautiful rolling hills of East Texas; Huntsville State Park, Lake Livingston and home of Sam Houston, museum and park. Site of Sam Houston State University and Texas Department of Corrections. Recreation area-fishing, boating, swimming and hunting.


Texas Giant Pecan Tree
Title:
Texas Giant Pecan Tree
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1943

Description:
Gen. Sam Houston planted this Pecan Tree at his home in Huntsville. Today, after more than 75 years, it is still thriving and productive, having grown into a pecan tree of patriarchal spread. It shades the modest Sam Houston home, a living link between our time and early days in Texas.



Sam Houston State Teachers College - Entrance
Title:
Sam Houston State Teachers College - Entrance
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Huntsville State Park
Title:
Huntsville State Park
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused



Gen. Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Title:
Gen. Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
This building houses the large collection of priceless relics connected with the career of General Sam Houston. It was erected as a Texas Centennial project at a cost of $35,000; dedicated March 2, 1937; located on the former homestead of General Houston; now a part of the campus of Sam Houston State Teacher's College


Gen. Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Title:
Gen. Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
This building houses the large collection of priceless relics connected with the career of General Sam Houston. It was erected as a Texas Centennial project at a cost of $35,000; dedicated March 2, 1937; located on the former homestead of General Houston; now a part of the campus of Sam Houston State Teachers College at Huntsville, Texas



Mo-Ranch
Title:
Mo-Ranch
Hunt Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Nicklos Place and Chapel-on-the-Hill overlooks the Guadalupe River at Mo-Ranch in the Texas Hill Country


Mo-Ranch
Title:
Mo-Ranch
Hunt Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
An eagle's eye view of Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly, the 434 acre conference center in rugged Texas Hill Country. 512-238-4455



George Evans English Building
Title:
George Evans English Building
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
John A. Stryker George Evans English building Sam Houston State Teachers College Huntsville, Texas This modern air-conditioned building, located on the campus of the oldest state teachers college west of the Mississippi and the largest liberal arts and teacher preparatory college in the South, affords twelve classrooms for English instruction. Additional facilities include a reading laboratory, seminar room, teacher-training workroom and lecture hall. Staff offices, conference room, professional library and faculty lounges are found on the administrative floor Western Fotocolor


Chapel - Presbyterian Mo-Ranch
Title:
Chapel - Presbyterian Mo-Ranch
Hunt Texas (TX), Linen unused



Steamboat House, Where General Sam Houston Died
Title:
Steamboat House, Where General Sam Houston Died
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
E. C. Kropp Co


Heart O' The Hills Inn
Title:
Heart O' The Hills Inn
Hunt Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1957 Jan-21

Description:
Located among giant pecan and cypress trees on the Guadalupe River. It is operated as a resort inn ten months of the year. During June and July the entire facilities are reserved for summer camp for junior girls Koppel



The 40 Feet High Slide into the Guadalupe River
Title:
The 40 Feet High Slide into the Guadalupe River
Hunt Texas (TX), Chrome

Description:
At Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly


English And Western Style Riding
Title:
English And Western Style Riding
Hunt Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
English and western style riding are taught at Camp Arrowhead for Girls in the beautiful Hill Country near Hunt, Tex.



General Sam Houston's Home
Title:
General Sam Houston's Home
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused


Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Title:
Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused



Steamboat House
Title:
Steamboat House
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Where Gen. Sam Houston Died


The Home Of General Sam Houston
Title:
The Home Of General Sam Houston
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Back view, showing the Pecan tree Sam Houston planted to commemorate the birth of his first daughter. At this writing it is 111 yeas old. Shown also is the detached kitchen of logs.



Greetings From Huntsville State Park
Title:
Greetings From Huntsville State Park
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
For year around fun visit Huntsville State Park. Highway 75 Huntsville, Texas. Boating - fishing - Swimming - Skiing Picnicking and Camping.


Greetings From Huntsville, Huntsville State Park
Title:
Greetings From Huntsville, Huntsville State Park
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
For year around fun visit Huntsville State Park. Highway 75 Huntsville, Texas. Boating - fishing - Swimming - Skiing Picnicking and Camping.



Greetings From Huntsville
Title:
Greetings From Huntsville
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Huntsville State Park Of Texas
Title:
Huntsville State Park Of Texas
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Visit the state parks of Texas. Winter and summer, the State Parks of Texas are equipped and supervised to provide excellent outdoor recreation facilities. Huntsville State Park is especially beautiful and nearby at Huntsville, Texas, is the Mt. Vernon of Texas, the home of Sam Houston, Texas first President.



Entrance To Sam Houston State Teachers College
Title:
Entrance To Sam Houston State Teachers College
Huntsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Gen. Sam Houston's Grave And Monument
Title:
Gen. Sam Houston's Grave And Monument
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Gen. Houston defeated the Mexican Gen. Santa Anna at San Jacinto, Apr. 21-22, 1836, liberating Texas from Mexican rule; elected President of the Republic of Texas, Sept, 1836, and served until Texas became a State, 1845; elected Senator 1846-1859; served as Governor 1859-1861.



The Houston Pecan Tree
Title:
The Houston Pecan Tree
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Gen. Sam Houston planted this Pecan Tree at his home in Huntsville. Today, after more than 75 years, it is still thriving and productive, having grown into a pecan tree of patriachal spread. It shades the modest Sam Houston home, a living link between our time and early days in Texas.


Home of Sam Houston
Title:
Home of Sam Houston
Huntsville Texas (TX), Real Photo PM 1960 Jan-27



Villa Camille
Title:
Villa Camille
Hunt Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1958 Jul-28

Description:
On the Scenic Guadalupe River. A year-round resort in Texas' famed Hill Country, where each season is blessed with nature's best. Noted for its fabulous food...friendly, informal social life and special activities for children. Ultra-modern accommodations in an atmosphere of rustic charm


Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Huntsville Texas (TX), White Border PM 1922 Jul-06



Wynne Prison Farm
Title:
Wynne Prison Farm
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused


Wynne Prison Farm
Title:
Wynne Prison Farm
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused



Air View Of Huntsville
Title:
Air View Of Huntsville
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused


Texas Prison Rodeo
Title:
Texas Prison Rodeo
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
"Bite that ear" and tame that wild more until she's hitched up; then get out of the way!



Texas Prison Rodeo
Title:
Texas Prison Rodeo
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
When the chariot race closes the show, the visitors (and convicts) are ready to go.


State Penitentiary
Title:
State Penitentiary
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused



Texas Prison Rodeo
Title:
Texas Prison Rodeo
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
A "Stampin" Brahman bull is the most Feared animal set loose in the prison Radio of Huntsville.


Texas Prison Rodeo
Title:
Texas Prison Rodeo
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Mad Scramble - Texas convicts cinch down on wild cows to open Wildest Rodeo in the World



Texas Prison Rodeo
Title:
Texas Prison Rodeo
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Double-feature ride, considered by seasoned rodeo hands the most dangerous act of the Prison Shown.


State Prison
Title:
State Prison
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Headquarters, Texas Prison System, where all "convicts" are checked in. Contains the offices of the General Manager, the Criminal Records office, cell blocks, mess hall, educational plant, library, hospital, shoe shop, wagon factory, iron foundry, the general store, and the electric chair. Here prisoners are conditioned before being sent to one of the labor units of the prison system.



State Prison
Title:
State Prison
Huntsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Headquarters, Texas Prison System, where all "convicts" are checked in. Contains the offices of the general Manager, the Criminal Records office, cell blocks, mess hall, educational plant, library, hospital, shoe shop, wagon factory, iron foundry, the general store, and the electric chair. Here prisoners are conditioned before being sent to one of the labor units of the prison system.




Total: 41 Items