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ACCESSION NUMBER   976:0021:0299
CATEGORY   Government
TITLE   Unidentified office in the old 1914 Nueces County Courthouse
DESCRIPTION   Interior view of an unidentified office located in the old 1914 Nueces County Courthouse in Corpus Christi, Texas. A man in suit and tie and wearing a hat sits at a flat table in the center of a small room. On his desk is a Burrough's calculator, ink stamps, loose papers, and clipped sheets of paper. Behind him, underneath a window, is a roll-top desk. Door open off either side of this room into other offices. This man was originally identified as Morris Liedeker. (Liedeker owned the Morris five and dime stores as well as all of the slot machines and marble tables in town.) Later, the man was identified as possibly being Judge Joe Browning (1898-1975).
SUBJECT   Government employees. (lctgm)
Government facilities. (lctgm)
Interiors. (lctgm)
Offices. (lcsh)
United States--Texas--Corpus Christi. (lcsh)