"The Confederate Dollar"; United Confederate Veterans; "Past And Present Of Texas"; Judge C.C. Cummings; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
"The Confederate Dollar" is a poem in the "Past And Present Of Texas" section of "The Bohemian."
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...
"Lucille Davidson, The Little Violinist"; H.C.L. Gorman; Clara LeClerc; "Our Girls And Girls Treasury"; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
"Lucille Davidson, The Little Violinist" is a short story by H.C.L. Gorman and Clara LeClerc in the "Our Girls And Boys Treasury" section; pages 146-148.