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 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2010
Miss Belle's Place

Miss Belle's Place

Date: November 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of an exterior view of Miss Belle's Place. The wooden house is two-stories tall with a covered porch extending the width of the house. A picket fence in the front extends the length of a road. Virginia Bell (Miss Belle) Robberson taught school in the house for forty years.
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E. O. Campbell Home

E. O. Campbell Home

Date: 1880~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the E. O. Campbell residence on 400 East Campbell Road in Richardson, Texas. The wooden house is two-stories tall. A woman identified as Mrs. E. O. Campbell is sitting outside of it.
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Pearl Richardson Home

Pearl Richardson Home

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of three houses, the house on the left is identified as Pearl Richardson's home. A woman identified as Mrs. Sara Jane Longmire, Pearl Richardson's mother, is standing beside the porch. In the foreground, there is a wooden bridge and piles of pipes in front of each house; they would be used for the sewer system in the alley.
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Portrait of Arthur Blewett

Portrait of Arthur Blewett

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a bust-length portrait of Arthur Chapman Blewett. He is wearing a military uniform. He was born August 5, 1894, and died August 25, 1966.
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Portrait of Bill Stratton

Portrait of Bill Stratton

Date: 1914/1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a man standing, identified as Bill Stratton. He is wearing a World War I uniform and hat, and is holding a rifle with both hands. In the background, there is a wooden house. William (Bill) Stratton lived from March 24, 1900 to March 1971.
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Portrait of Bill Stratton and Neely Huffhines

Portrait of Bill Stratton and Neely Huffhines

Date: 1914/1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two men standing, identified as Bill Stratton and Neely Huffhines. The men are both wearing World War I military uniforms and hats. They are standing on the porch of Huffhines' wooden house on Plano Road before it burned. William (Bill) Statler Stratton lived from March 24, 1900 to March 1971. Davis Neely Huffhines lived from December 28, 1895 to April 1987.
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Portrait of Bill Stratton and Neely Huffhines

Portrait of Bill Stratton and Neely Huffhines

Date: 1914/1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two men, identified as Bill Stratton and Neely Huffhines, standing and saluting one another. The men are both wearing World War I uniforms and hats. In the background, there is a house with a covered porch. William (Bill) Statler Stratton lived from March 24, 1900 to March 1971. Davis Neely Huffhines lived from December 28, 1895 to April 1987.
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Portrait of Bill Stratton, Mary Huffhines, and Neely Huffhines

Portrait of Bill Stratton, Mary Huffhines, and Neely Huffhines

Date: 1914/1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two men and one woman, identified as Bill Stratton, Mary (Lawler) Huffhines, and Neely Huffhines; Mary Huffhines is the mother of Neely Huffhines. The two men are wearing World War I military uniforms and hats, and the woman is wearing a light-colored blouse and dark-colored skirt. The three people are standing outside of the Huffhines' home, a two-story house with a covered porch, before it burned.
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Portrait of Billye Meyer with Family

Portrait of Billye Meyer with Family

Date: 1946~
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy photograph of a woman, a man, and two children; the woman and man are identified as Billye (Leatherwood) Meyer and Lester Meyer. The man is holding the youngest child, James Lester Meyer, and the girl, Lady Ellen Meyer Germond, is standing in front of the woman. They are all standing in front of a two-story wooden farmhouse identified as Miss Belle's (Belle Robberson) Place. Built around 1887, it one of the oldest houses in Richardson, Texas.
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Portrait of Bob Hughey

Portrait of Bob Hughey

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a bust-length portrait of Bob Hughey, the Richardson, Texas city manager. He is wearing paisley tie and pinstriped suit jacket. He retired in April 1995, after 21 years. He took over the top spot when Robert B. Sherrill retired January 1, 1974. Mr. Hughey graduated from Texas Tech in 1960 with a bachelor's degree in government. From July 1960 to April 1963, he worked as an administrative assistant in Lubbock. Until joining Richardson in July 1971, Mr. Hughey worked for the cities of Wichita Falls, Texas, and Los Alamos, [New Mexico]. In 1974, he was named "Outstanding Young Man of Richardson" by the Richardson Jaycees. He is past president of the North Texas City Management Association and a former member of the Texas City Management Association's Ethics and Professional Standards Committee.
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