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    Two Photographs of Eagle Pass, Texas, 1905. (1) 7" x 4.75" (matted to 12" x 9"), with "No. 1 - North to South" written in pencil along the top margin of the beige mat. On the verso is written in ink, "Filed January 9th 1905/ [?] Clerk/ District Court Maverick/ County Texas." (2) 7" x 4.75" (matted to 10.75" x 8.75"), with "(2) South to North" written on the gray mat above the photograph. On the verso is written in ink, "Filed January 9th 1905/ [?] Clerk/ District Court Maverick/ County Texas." Both photographs are looking at the same block of businesses on the east side of Main Street. Eagle Pass, located on the Rio Grande, had a population near 3,000 in 1905. Both photos contain foxing; very good condition. Ex Ben E. Pingenot.

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