Antique Texas J. W. Hannig Railroad Station Desk. Measures "62.75 x "55.25 x "33.50 J. W. Hannig was one of the last to hold the title of cabinet makers during the time from 1866-1872 as the industrial age came into being. This Desk was owned by J. W. Hannig, 5th husband of Susanna W. Dickinson who was one of the few survivors of the Alamo.
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