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    Pat and Ruthanna Truly Collection

    Lone Star of Texas made of grain stereoview

    Pictured: "Lone Star of Texas made of Grain," Stereopticon Card

    Summary: Pat and Ruthanna Truly owned and operated a Fort Worth antique shop called “The Calico Cat.” After they retired and closed down the shop, they donated items left over from the shop.

    • Envelope of Buddies Grocery Stores trading stamps – “Scottie Stamps” from the early 1960s or 1970s
    • Banker doll based on Monopoly character given as premium by the Fort Worth National Bank, 1981-1982
    • Stereopticon Card: "Lone Star of Texas made in Grain" showing the Texas exhibit at the 1904 Saint Louis World's Fair

     

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