Texas History Postcard Database Project

  0001 to 0100     0101 to 0200     0201 to 0300     0301 to 0400     0401 to 0500  
  0501 to 0600     0601 to 0700     0701 to 0800     0801 to 0900     0901 to 1000  
  1001 to 1100     1101 to 1200     1201 to 1300     1301 to 1400     1401 to 1500  
  1501 to 1600     1601 to 1700     1701 to 1800     1801 to 1900     1901 to 2000  
  2001 to 2100     2101 to 2200     2201 to 2300     2301 to 2400     2401 to 2500  
  2501 to 2600     2601 to 2700     2701 to 2800     2801 to 2900     2901 to 3000  
  3001 to 3100     3101 to 3200     3201 to 3300     3301 to 3400     3401 to 3500  
  3501 to 3600     3601 to 3700     3701 to 3800     3801 to 3900     3901 to 4000  
  4001 to 4100     4101 to 4200     4201 to 4300     4301 to 4400     4401 to 4500  
  4501 to 4556          

Loaded Images



Set Width Factor of these pictures

Make Fit Your Screen

Set By Pixel: 300px 500px 700px 900px 1100px
Set By Screen Percentage:    20 % 40 % 60 % 80 % 100 %



Currently Viewing Postcards: 1501 to 1600

Currently Viewing Section: 1 to 25







Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Downtown Houston's Main Street after dark. The streets, buildings, and the advertisements on the buildings are colorfully lighted.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Felipe B. Berriozábal. He was a Mexican politician, engineer and military leader. He participated in the Reform War.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Fernando, or Hernán, Cortés, Spanish conquistador.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Francisco Javier Mina. Mina was a solider and lawyer in Mexico who was a prominent figure in the Mexican revolution.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard featuring two members of the military: Francisco Marquez, a military school student, and Juan Barrera, a lieutenant who died on September 13, 1847, at 19 years old.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of General Porfirio Díaz, Mexican soldier and politician, in a suit wearing a sash and a military medal. Díaz served seven terms as the President of Mexico.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Justo Sierra, Mexican writer and journalist.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Leona Vicario, a supporter of the Mexican War of Independence.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Manuel González Flores, who has a long beard. González Flores was a military general, politician, and President of Mexico.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Mariano Matamoros, a Roman Catholic priest and revolutionary soldier of the Mexican War of Independence.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Emperor Maximilian I and Empress Carlota of Mexico. They ruled from 1864 to 1867.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico. He ruled with his wife, Carlota, from 1864 to 1867.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Miguel Domínguez, a New Spanish colonial official in Mexico who played a part in the Mexican independence movement.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Houston, Texas. Cars parked outside and people going to the Church.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Fray Pedro de Gante, a Franciscan missionary from Belgium. Gante was also known as Fray Pieter van der Moere and Pedro de Mura.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada, a President of Mexico.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of the scene of the Battle of Ocotlán. Troops converge on a town atop a hill.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of people presenting gifts to Montezuma II, emperor of Mexico from 1480 to 1520.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard of Vicente Guerrero, a Mexican military general who was involved in the Mexican War of Independence. Guerrero was also a President of Mexico.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:unknown
Postcard featuring two members of the military: Vicente Suarez and Fernando Montes de Oca, both military college students who died on September 13, 1847, at 19 and 17 years old, respectfully. Both died defending the Chapultepec against an American attack.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:October 29, 1924
Postcard featuring an image of Franco Jimenez taken in Fresno, California. Franco is sitting on a chair, dressed in a suit and bow tie.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:May 6, 1964
An invitation card for the "Viva Johnson" organization meeting on May 31, 1964, at the Driskill Hotel in Austin. It includes an RSVP either to attend the meeting or to be willing to work in their own locality in the "Viva Johnson" effort. The postcard is sent with a four cent of prepaid US postage, with the sender's name and address. The postcard includes Andrew Espinosa, Jr.'s reply to John J. Herrera. Andrew Espinosa, Jr. indicated that he will attend the meeting, and will bring Kenneth Groves.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:May 25, 1964
An invitation card for the "Viva Johnson" organization meeting on May 31, 1964, at the Driskill Hotel in Austin. It includes an RSVP either to attend the meeting or to be willing to work in their own locality in the "Viva Johnson" effort. The postcard is sent with a four cent of prepaid US postage, with the sender's name and address. The postcard includes Jesse Segovia's reply to John J. Herrera. Segovia indicated that he will attend the meeting.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:May 22, 1964
An invitation card for the "Viva Johnson" organization meeting on May 31, 1964, at the Driskill Hotel in Austin. It includes an RSVP either to attend the meeting or to be willing to work in their own locality in the "Viva Johnson" effort. The postcard is sent with a four cent of prepaid US postage, with the sender's name and address. The postcard includes Manuel V. Lopez's reply to John J. Herrera. Lopez indicated that he will attend the meeting.




Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library
Date:May 25, 1964
An invitation card for the "Viva Johnson" organization meeting on May 31, 1964, at the Driskill Hotel in Austin. It includes an RSVP either to attend the meeting or to be willing to work in their own locality in the "Viva Johnson" effort. The postcard is sent with a four cent of prepaid US postage, with the sender's name and address. The postcard includes Tony Cruz's reply to John J. Herrera. Cruz indicated that he will attend the meeting.




Set Width Factor of these pictures

Make Fit Your Screen

Set By Pixel: 300px 500px 700px 900px 1100px
Set By Screen Percentage:    20 % 40 % 60 % 80 % 100 %



Currently Viewing Postcards: 1501 to 1600

Currently Viewing Section: 1 to 25