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 Serial/Series Title: Mammie V. Bartholomew Album
 Collection: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch
[Scrapbook Page with Photos of Swollen Rivers, People, and an Illustrated Forest Scene]
Scrapbook page from the red Mammie V. Bartholomew album displaying five sepia-tone prints and one color card. On the left side of the page are four photographs. Proceeding from top to bottom, the first is a 17 x 12 centimeter photo of what might be Lambshead creek in a flood. The ranch gate is visible on the left bank of the creek. Below this is a photo of the same size of a creek near Albany, Texas. A young boy is standing in the center of the photo by the water among the brush lining the banks. On the left in the distance are three adults standing on a walkway built over the creek. In the bottom left corner of the page is a family portrait (10 x 14 centimeters) of Mrs. Gustie and three children taken on a porch. To the right of this photo is a portrait (10 x 14 centimeters) of Archie and Benson Campbell. The boys are standing in front of a printed backdrop and next to a table covered by a flowery cloth. They are both wearing knickers and bow ties. In the top right corner of the page is a 8 x 10 centimeter portrait of an infant lying on an "eye dazzler" Navajo rug. Below this a 8 x 16 centimeter card on which a color nature scene has been painted. The phrase "In Christ shall all be made alive" is written on the bottom of the card. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth65427/
[Six Photographs on a Scrapbook Page]
Page from the red Mammie V. Bartholomew album displaying six sepia-tone prints. In the top left is a 6 x 10 cm. print of an infant in a dress sitting in a rocking chair and holding the arms of the chair. To the right (proceeding clockwise) is a 17 x 12 cm. photo of several sheaves of grain in a pasture. In the lower right-hand corner of the photo is a wooden fence. Rolling hills and sky form the background of the image. Below this photo (in the center of the page) is a 14 x 10 cm. photo of what might be a columbine plant and flower behind chicken wire. The next photo (14 x 10 cm.) shows Mrs. N. L. Bartholomew sitting on the end of a wooden walkway built over a flooded creek. To her right are a young boy and girl standing on the walkway. In the bottom left corner of the page is a portrait (10 x 14 cm.) of Mr. and Mrs. (Susan Emily "Aunt Sister" Reynolds) N. L. Bartholomew taken in front of a printed backdrop. Mr. N. L. Bartholomew is standing behind a chair where his wife is sitting. Proceeding clockwise, above this photo is a hazy photograph of a man standing on on the banks of a flooded creek. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth65424/