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 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2007
[Eubank & Park Drugs]

[Eubank & Park Drugs]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Eubank & Park Drug store in Childress, Texas. The drug store is sandwiched between two other businesses. There is a large sign in front of the drug store and above the entrance of the drug store.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
[Childress City Hall and Fire Station, Early 1900's]

[Childress City Hall and Fire Station, Early 1900's]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Childress fire station next to City Hall. There are two men standing in the open doorway of the garage. The building is unmarked except for a sign that says "City Secretary, City Tax Collector, Water Department" which is to the right of the men standing in the garage.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
Czewski Family Wagon Yards and Dairy

Czewski Family Wagon Yards and Dairy

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Czewski family's wagon yard and dairy. An unidentified young girl in a light-colored dress holds onto a cow as a boy in straw hat holds an infant on the back of the cow. An unidentified man leans against a horse-drawn dairy cart in the background. A building is visible in the far background in the center of the image.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
[Three Past Chair-Persons of the Anderson County Historical Commission]

[Three Past Chair-Persons of the Anderson County Historical Commission]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photos of three past chairpersons of the Anderson County Historical Commission. (Left to Right) Bonner Frizzell, Oliver McReynolds, and Johnnie Bell McDonald Ballard.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[The Best Courts in Childress, Texas]

[The Best Courts in Childress, Texas]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Best Courts in Childress, Texas. The tourist court is located on the corner of an intersection and stands next to residential homes. The tourist court is labeled with several signs.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
McFarland Battery & Electric

McFarland Battery & Electric

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of five unidentified men inside McFarland Battery & Electric which was owned by A. V. McFarland, the original director of the Childress County Heritage Museum. The men are standing in a garage area and there is an early-model car behind them. A sign on the wall on the left side of the image says "We are not responsible for loss by fire or theft."
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
[Furr Home in Kirkland]

[Furr Home in Kirkland]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Furr residence in Kirkland, Texas. It is a two story house with a front and back porch. A picket fence surrounds the home.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
Aerial Photo of High School, Rodeo Arena, Football Stadium

Aerial Photo of High School, Rodeo Arena, Football Stadium

Date: unknown
Creator: Johnson, Judy L.
Description: Aerial photo of the high school, rodeo arena, and football stadium.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
Ribbon Cutting of the First Childress County Heritage Museum

Ribbon Cutting of the First Childress County Heritage Museum

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Janet Norris (Mrs. E. E. Smith) cuts a red ribbon as Mayor Glen Buckley and County Judge Harper Knight hold the ribbon taut for her at the ribbon cutting and opening of the Childress County Heritage Museum in 1976. The ribbon cutting and opening of the CCHM happened in conjunction with the county's bi-centennial celebration. The museum's new home was in a refurbished jail on the courthouse square.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
Judge A. J. Fires

Judge A. J. Fires

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Framed portrait of Judge A. J. Fires looking towards the camera in a dark suit with white collared shirt and a polka-dot bow tie. His right hand is sitting on an open book and holding his eye glasses. Fires arrived in Childress in a snow storm on November 10, 1886, and was active in the organization of the county seat. He was elected county judge and later district judge. The flag at the Childress post office was lowered to half staff at the time of his death at age 81.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum