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A portion of a huge mural, depicting Texas history, inside the Hall of State, the grand exhibition hall for Texas itself at the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas. This photograph is found that the Lyda Hill Texas Collection of Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.
An online reference of primary and secondary sources for Texas history from Colonization through Annexation.
This site, developed by the Institute of Southern Jewish Life with funding from Humanities Texas and the Texas Jewish Historical Society, contains detailed, illustrated histories of 55 different Jewish communities from across the state. Each history discusses the origins, development, and current state of the local Jewish community.
Dorothea Langes Migrant Mother Photographs in the Farm Security Administration Collection: An Overview
Photos of migrant mother and children (1936).
Photo of St. Mary’s Cathedral, Galveston.
Photo of men laying telephone cable in Galveston Bay.
Photo of Hotel Galvez, interior dining room decorated for Halloween, Galveston.
Photo of Hotel Galvez, interior hall decorated for Halloween, Galveston.
Photo of Electric Park, Galveston.
Photo of Causeway Drawbridge, Galveston.
Photo of aerial view of Galveston.
Photo of Texas City Disaster, smoke and water tanks (1947).
Photo of Texas City Disaster, smoke rising over city (1947).
Photo of Texas City Disaster, damaged homes (1947).
Photo of Galveston News Building (ca. 1940).
Photo of crew of the U.S.S. Wickes on Todd’s Drydock, Galveston (1940).
Photo of Parade Honoring Douglas (Wrong Way) Corrigan, Galveston (ca. 1938)
Photo of Parade Honoring Douglas Corrigan, Galveston (ca. 1938)
Photo of Pilots Association banquet (ca. 1935).
Photo of launching the ship Seven Sisters, Galveston (ca. 1930).
Photo of first cotton bale of the 1929–1930 season, Galveston.
Photo of University of Texas Medical Branch - Old Red, Galveston (ca. 1920).
Photo of Seawall Boulevard and Crystal Palace, Galveston (ca. 1920).
Photo of Hotel Galvez and amusement park, Galveston (ca. 1920).