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Texas Independence Centennial plate
Title: Texas Independence Centennial plate
Description: Texas Independence Centennial commemorative plate, blue and white, Wedgwood, with the image of the Alamo in the center. The edge has images of monuments, buildings and people pertinent to the history of Texas. Printed on the reverse side: Historical plate commemorating the 100th anniversary of Texas Independence. Sponsored by Mary Isham Keith Chapter, DAR. Fort Worth, Texas. Reading from the top, clockwise: Capitol, Austin; The State Seal; First Capitol, Columbia; Sam Houston, Warrior–Statesman: Surrender of Santa Anna at San Jacinto; Flags of France, Spain, Mexico, United States, Texas Republic, And the Battle Flag of the Confederacy; Mission of San Jose De Aguevo; Stephen F. Austin, Father of Texas; The French Embassy, erected in Austin in 1841. The Entire Motif Centers, as does Texas History, around the Alamo, shown in the Center. Made in England. 1836-1936.
Description: Historical Note: This plate commemorates the 100th anniversary of Texas independence and was commissioned by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Fort Worth, Texas.
Citation information: ATF0055, Artifacts collection. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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