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The Hall of Texas

Hall of Texas

The Hall of Texas

The designs on the South and North facing beams in the Hall of Texas each represent a period in Texas history.

The designs at the end of each beam on the West and East walls of the Hall of Texas are the graphic symbols depicting diverse cultures of Texas in 1937, with the exception of those already represented in the library lobby.

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West Wall

East Wall

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ENGLISH

English Graphic Symbol

Norwegian Graphic Symbol

NORWEGIAN

WELSH

Welch Graphic Symbol

Bohemian Graphic Symbol

BOHEMIAN

SCOTTISH

Scottish Graphic Symbol

Italian Graphic Symbol

ITALIAN

IRISH

Irish Graphic Symbol

Polish Graphic Symbol

POLISH

JEWISH

Jewish Graphic Symbol

Danish Graphic Symbol

DANISH

AFRICAN-AMERICAN

African-American Graphic Symbol

Greek Graphic Symbol

GREEK

GERMAN

German Graphic Symbol

Dutch Graphic Symbol

DUTCH

SWEDISH

Swedish Graphic Symbol

Swiss Graphic Symbol

SWISS

If a man does not make new acquaintance, as he advances through life, he will soon find himself left alone. A man, Sir, should keep his friendship in constant repair. – Samuel Johnson

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12 May 1999
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