Recent Submissions

  • Newspaper Article 2 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    The Brownsville Times article on The Eagle Pharmacy: Pharmacy closes after 106 years written by A.A. Champion; Thursday, July 20, 1967.
  • Photo 9 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Summer Camp Capers--Episcopal at St. France Chapel; back row: L-R Ford Lockett, Bob Lattimore, Bishop Everest Jones, unknown, Ted Richardson; Front row: L-R Unknown, Marcia Wardon, Kathy Lewis, Anna May Kinder, unknown, ...
  • Photo 8 & Newspaper Article 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Four men standing in front of a biplane; Bruce Aiken, Brownsville Herald Plus newspaper article: Mad dog's bite put Brownsville in the aviation history books; Saturday, March 6, 1993.
  • Photo 7 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Portrait of Isabel Traham Lockett; taken around WWII; in Brownsville, Texas.
  • Photo 6 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    From right to left: Isabel Trahan Lockett, Jerry Steele, Ford L. Lockett, Virginia Curry, Perry Steele, and Ford Smith Lockett, pharmacist who went to work for shipyard; hospital rescue ship built at Port Isabel Brownsville ...
  • Photo 5 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Ford Smith Lockett's sports shop; he was a pharmacist as well as a sportsman; taken in 1945; in Brownsville, Texas.
  • Photo 4 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Ford Smith Lockett (L) with large marlin caught at Port Isabel; Piggly Wiggly in background; taken before WWII; in Brownsville, Texas (813 East Elizabeth Street).
  • Photo 3 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Ford's father, Ford Smith Lockett and friends fishing in Mexico by the plane (BT trainer) they flew down; L-R: unknown, Bill Curry, George McGonigle (pilot), unknown; taken in 1945 (after WWII).
  • Photo 2 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Ford Lee Lockett (4, left) and his mother Isabel for Charro Days; taken in 1939; in Brownsville, Texas.
  • Photo 1 

    Unknown author (2016-07-22)
    Ford Lee Lockett (4, left) and Perry Steele on Hays Street for Charro Days; taken in 1939 in Brownsville, Texas.