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Denison, Texas

Denison, Texas
Creator: Tavernier, Jules, 1844-1889
Date: August 1874
This is an illustration showing the depot and train in Denison, Texas. Also visible are covered wagons and oxen, business buildings, and a horse-drawn delivery wagon. The illustration appears in The Great South-West, August 1874. It is credited to both Paul Frenzeny and Jules Tavernier.


Free Texas land excursion tickets

Free Texas land excursion tickets
Creator: Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company
Date: 1881
This broadside promotes settlement in Texas and passage there through the Missouri Pacific Railway. It also promotes the landscape of the Indian territory as a scenic route, and addresses Texas land laws, the people of Texas, and the climate. The agent is listed as C. E. Styles, Sixth Street Depot, Atchison, Kansas. This item demonstrates the considerable involvement of railroad companies in immigration and land settlement in the American West, and the promotion of the West as a tourist destination.


Missouri, Kansas & Texas. Everybody takes it

Missouri, Kansas & Texas. Everybody takes it
Creator: Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway Company
Date: Between 1870 and 1900
This broadside promotes the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway to merchants and businessmen. The route traveled through Sedalia, Missouri, Ft. Scott, Kansas, Indian territory, and Denison, Texas. W. P. Robinson, traffic manager, and Jas. D. Brown, gen'l pass. agent.


Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad office building in Denison, Texas

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad office building in Denison, Texas
Date: 1957
Here are three photographs showing the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad office building in Denison, Texas.


Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad station in Denison, Texas

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad station in Denison, Texas
Date: 1957
This is a photograph showing the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad station in Denison, Texas.


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