While many beach towns across the country can become indistinguishable in our minds, there’s no place quite like Galveston.
The corner of 22nd and Strand streets in Galveston’s Strand Historic District is sacred ground for Sam Collins III, a local historical preservationist.
Growing up in Corpus Christi, Ashley Kidd splashed through waves on a boogie board and told her mom that one day she’d become a real surfer.
President Theodore Roosevelt posed in his tent at a Rough Riders reunion in San Antonio for this 1905 photograph.
Fashion models pose with an Oldsmobile Series 70 and a Delta Airlines Lockheed model 10B Electra at the Love Field Airport in Dallas in 1940.
A group of migrant farmworkers returns from picking cotton in Mississippi. They were on their way back to the Rio Grande Valley and were in Anderson County near Neches when Russell Lee took this photo in 1939.
In the refrigerated section of Fort Worth food market The Table sits a powerful testament to friendship.
Legislators named the bluebonnet the state flower in 1901, but the man who would become famous for painting them, Julian Onderdonk, was leaving Texas for New York at the time.