Page 01, Portrait of John R. Peavey

Page 01, Portrait of John R. Peavey

Page 02, Draft of cover page for the Echoes From the Rio Grande book

Page 02, Draft of cover page for the Echoes From the Rio Grande book

Page 03 and Page 04, Stagecoach and Paso Real Stagecoach Inn relocation newsclipping

Page 03 and Page 04, Stagecoach and Paso Real Stagecoach Inn relocation newsclipping

Page 05, Sketch of the South Texas region including ranches, cities, old Spanish trails, and railroads

Page 05, Sketch of the South Texas region including ranches, cities, old Spanish trails, and railroads

Page 06, Sketch of Six-shooter Junction/Harlingen

Page 06, Sketch of Six-shooter Junction/Harlingen

Page 07, W. J. Jordan, first engineer of the St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railway

Page 07, W. J. Jordan, first engineer of the St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railway

Page 08, Our Lady of Visitation church in Santa Maria, Spanish buildings in Santa Maria, Downtown Brownsville

Page 08, Our Lady of Visitation church in Santa Maria, Spanish buildings in Santa Maria, Downtown Brownsville

Page 09, Interurban rail car in Matamoros, Land prospectors on car, U.S. Customs station in Hidalgo

Page 09, Interurban rail car in Matamoros, Land prospectors on car, U.S. Customs station in Hidalgo

Page 10, Construction of first canal in Harlingen, Texas

Page 10, Construction of first canal in Harlingen, Texas

Page 11, Construction of first canal in Harlingen, Texas

Page 11, Construction of first canal in Harlingen, Texas

Page 12, Brownsville Raid's Cowan residence, 1872 Baldwin wood-burning, narrow gauge railroad locomotive, Elizabeth st. Brownsville, Snippet of Echoes From the Rio Grande film

Page 12, Brownsville Raid's Cowan residence, 1872 Baldwin wood-burning, narrow gauge railroad locomotive, Elizabeth st. Brownsville, Snippet of Echoes From the Rio Grande film

Page 13, Stagecoach, Elizabeth St. in Brownsville, Self portrait of Peavey, King Ranch entrance

Page 13, Stagecoach, Elizabeth St. in Brownsville, Self portrait of Peavey, King Ranch entrance