Estate of Wayne “Dutch” Lawrence, Denton Postmaster appointed by Eisenhower, retired in ’69. lived in this 1895 house from 1932 till his passing 25 years ago. Family has kept home maintained but unoccupied till now. Contents are from multiple late family members—His brother’ WWII officers uniforms (5 Eisenhower jackets, 1 leather flight jacket, multiple other military garments), about 12 pr of cowboy boots, Denton Sheriff’s Posse regalia, fancy square dance dresses, and high school prom gowns, enough kitchen things for 3 or 4 families, 2 large sets of china, 6 quilts and 11 quilt tops, and tubs of fancy linens. 26 pieces of American Fostoria, 5 pieces of Roseville, Bauer Pottery, and Homer Laughlin 50’s dishes, All manner of Canton type items in back yard—old house hardware, Maytag gas engine, USP change drawers & cabinets, Three 6’long slate counters, and all kinds of vintage automotive, and some old Denton advertising. Fishing- 6 minnow buckets, primitive vintage fishing traps, and a few good reels and lures. Daughter’s room has a Mid Century abstract textile done at TWU, a great looking retro bedroom suite, and a collection of 50’s dolls, and vintage Xmas, 2 aluminum trees and wheels in mint condition, plus old phones and typewriters.
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