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 Decade: 1900-1909
 Year: 1903
 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2007
["Cannon Ball" at Marshall, Texas]

["Cannon Ball" at Marshall, Texas]

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Texas and Pacific Railway's "Cannon Ball", train No. 6 eastbound headed by Engine No. 359, at the Marshall, Texas Depot in autumn 1903.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the American Railroad
[Childress High School Girls Basketball Team 1903]

[Childress High School Girls Basketball Team 1903]

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Childress High School Girls Basketball Team in 1903. They are posing in three rows: the back row is standing, the middle row is kneeling, and the front row is lying on the floor. They are all holding hands.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of seven newsboys with their arms full of newspapers with Arthur Ford in front of the Orange, Texas newspaper office. The sign on the window reads, "Orange Leader, Daily Tribune". In front of that door stands a man in suspenders, hat and tie. The boys wear jackets, ties, knickers and hats. Arthur Ford wears a jacket, hat and necktie. Four of the boys are on small horses. Written on the bottom border is, "Orange Daily Tribune NewsBoys. October 15th, 1902". On the matte is a piece of paper with typed words that say, "1903 ORANGE DAILY LEADER - The Orange Daily Leader plant was located in the Rein building on Fifth Street, Oct. 15, 1903, at current location of Unitedbank, Orange. The Orange Daily Leader newsboys were captured in a pose with Arthur Ford, first cousin of the late W.H. Stark, Ford later became editor of American Lumber magazine of Chicago."
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of seven newsboys with their arms full of newspapers with Arthur Ford in front of the Orange, Texas newspaper office. The sign on the window reads, "Orange Leader, Daily Tribune". In front of that door stands a man in suspenders, hat and tie. The boys wear jackets, ties, knickers and hats. Arthur Ford wears a jacket, hat and necktie. Four of the boys are on small horses.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
[Orange Rice Mill]

[Orange Rice Mill]

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Orange Rice Mill on the Sabine River in 1903.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
Walt Speyer Outside Sod House

Walt Speyer Outside Sod House

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Walt Speyer sitting outside of his sod home, also known as a "dugout". The home is on the right side of the photograph and on the left side are two dark horses. Walt Speyer is dressed in pants, a light-colored shirt, and a hat. Written on the photograph at the top is, "Pioneer Days in Beaver County". Underlined is, "Walt Speyers". Written on the door to his house is, "1903", and written across the bottom is, "Daddy as a bachelor".
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum