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  Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2011
[Beach home]

[Beach home]

Date: 1898
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Beach home, owned by Ben Beach. There are multiple men wearing suits and tending to horses, some of which are attached to carriages. There is a boy sitting in a tree on the left side of the photograph. The caption states that the house was later known as Pedigo Place.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Bowen-Grassbur School]

[Bowen-Grassbur School]

Date: 1920/1921
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a class from Bowen-Grassbur School. They are seated outside in front of a white building, and lined up in four rows. An accompanying note identifies the names of the students.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Boy in cart pulled by goat]

[Boy in cart pulled by goat]

Date: 1957
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a young boy in a parade. He is riding past a parking lot of cars in a small cart pulled by a goat.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Buggy and two horses in parade]

[Buggy and two horses in parade]

Date: July 4, 1909
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a buggy and two horses during a 4th of July Parade. The individuals in the buggy are identified as Mr. and Mrs. Joiner, owners of the Livery Stable. Two girls on the left side of the photograph are seated on the other horses and dressed as Native Americans. The horses have banners across their backs that cover the tops of their heads. The Presbyterian Tabernacle can be seen in the background above the neck of the horse that is second from the left.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Car in parade]

[Car in parade]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a car driving down the street in a parade. The car has the slogan, "Howdy Folks, Welcome" written on the side of it. There are people in the background and lined up on the side of the street watching.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Carriages at a warehouse]

[Carriages at a warehouse]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a large number of horse-drawn carriages at a warehouse in a large field, called "The Old Ware House." The small building on the right side of the photograph is identified as a "cotton house." Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the buildings were similar to community buildings, and that a large picnic was taking place that day.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Cars at Collingsworth Motor Company]

[Cars at Collingsworth Motor Company]

Date: 1948
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two cars inside the Collingsworth Motor Company Ford Dealership, operated by Kelly Pigg. The car on the left side of the photograph is a convertible, and there is a large bouquet of flowers in front of the car on the right.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Cattle grazing a field]

[Cattle grazing a field]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of cattle grazing the fields. There are four cows grazing in the foreground, and one cow standing further behind them. They are in a large field with two bales of hay in the background.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Cecil Coe Farm]

[Cecil Coe Farm]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a herd of pigs from the Cecil Coe pig farm, two miles South of Wellington. There is a man standing on the right side of the photograph, wearing a long black coat and a hat. The pigs are grazing the field in a line to the left of the man.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum
[Children in front of car on bridge]

[Children in front of car on bridge]

Date: 1917
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two small children standing at the front of a car on a wooden bridge. They are leaning together and looking towards the camera. There is another person sitting in the car behind the wheel. Notes on the back of the photograph describe the location of the scene and state that Rube Sherwood is the mother of the children pictured.
Contributing Partner: Collingsworth County Museum