United Confederate Veterans; Robert E. Lee Camp; Daughters of the Confederacy; U.C.V Reunion; Jackson, Mississippi; M.J. Bonner; Thomas Montgomery, L.N. Baugh; Mrs. Pearl Shoemaker, Mrs. W.J. Jones; Fort Worth
Members of the UCV and of the Daughters of the Confederacy departing Fort Worth by train to attend the Reunion in Jackson, Mississippi.
Confederate Grays; Fort Worth; Texas; Tarrant County Courthouse; Captain W.L. Armstrong; J.E. Gaskin; United Confederate Veteran; Robert E. Lee Camp 158; Confederate States Army; Higbee Guards; Van Zandt Cottage; Trinity Park
A group of Confederate Grays and the Ladies' Auxiliary assembled on the steps of the Tarrant County Courthouse. The caption on the photo says this picture was taken "after 1908." It is otherwise undated. The photographer is identified as...
The Homespun Dress: A Dixie Girl's Song; Poetry; W.C. Robb; Soldier's Home; Columbia, South Carolina; United Confederate Veterans; Fort Worth
A poem protesting Northern textiles and inspiring Southern women to wear homespun dresses. The reverse side of the poem reveals that a copy belonged to W.C. Robb at Soldier's Home in Colombia, South Carolina.
United Confederate Veterans; Jesse S. Barnes Camp of Confederate Veterans of Wilson; B.H. Taylor; Uncle Tom's Cabin; Fort Worth
Transcript of the speech made by B.H. Tyson as addressed to the Jesse S. Barnes Camp of Confederate Veterans of Wilson suggesting that the novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin" incited Northern hatred of Southerners which led to the Civil War.