Acree, Fred, photographs, 1920-1939.

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Acree, Fred, 1878-1947. Acree, Fred, photographs, 1920-1939.

Acree, Fred, photographs, 1920-1939.

Photographs, negatives, lithographs, drawings, postcard and paintings were collected by Fred Acree (1878-1947), a Central Texas businessman. Pictorial materials relate to politicians, movies, celebrities, archaeological material and nature scenes, and include photographs of Walter R. Adams, Texas poet, Anna Culpepper, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Amos & Andy, Stephen F. Austin, Lloyd George, Robert Frost, Charles Lindberg and the Supreme Court.

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