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  Partner: The Williamson Museum
 Collection: Are We There Yet? Transportation in Central Texas
[Child in Pram]

[Child in Pram]

Date: 19
Creator: unknown
Description: sepia-colored image of a small child in a perambulator; image printed on paper and mounted on matte board; child wears a white dress and sits in a late-Victorian era wicker pram wth large wheels
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Model T]

[Model T]

Date: 1920~
Creator: unknown
Description: A black and white photograph of a man in front of a model T car. He wears a dark jacket, pants, and tie. He also sports a large, wide brimmed hat. A woman wearing a white dress appears to be in the drivers seat of the car.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Gentry's Trained Animal Show Wagon]

[Gentry's Trained Animal Show Wagon]

Date: 1902~
Creator: Sharpe, John
Description: Black and white photograph of a man on a horse-drawn carriage mounted on decorative embossed matte; on the carriage "GENTRY'S TRAINED/ ANIMAL SHOW"; man is in a uniform and is driving the carriage in front of the fourth Williamson County courthouse
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[San Gabriel Bridge]

[San Gabriel Bridge]

Date: 19
Creator: unknown
Description: Black and white photograph of the San Gabriel Bridge, showing a trestle type bridge spanning over a brushy area with trees.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Gentry's Trained Animal Show in Parade]

[Gentry's Trained Animal Show in Parade]

Date: 1902
Creator: Sharpe, Sr., John
Description: Photograph of two elephants wearing blankets with their names on them, "Pinto' on the left and "Little" on the right. They are walking in front of the fourth Williamson County courthouse and were a part of Gentry's Trained Animal show that participated in a parade downtown.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Gentry's Trained Animal Show in Parade]

[Gentry's Trained Animal Show in Parade]

Date: 1902
Creator: Sharpe, Sr., John
Description: Photograph of a decorated cart driven by horses. The side reads "Gentry's Trained Animal Show". The animal show was part of a parade that passed in front of the fourth Williamson County courthouse in downtown Georgetown, TX.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Gentry's Trained Animal Show Wagon]

[Gentry's Trained Animal Show Wagon]

Date: 1902~
Creator: Sharpe, John
Description: Black and white photograph of a carriage of animals mounted on decorative embossed matte; the carriage is driven by a man in a uniform and drawn by horses; part of Gentry's Trained Animal Show parading in front of the fourth Williamson County Courthouse; on reverse are pencil markings
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Children on donkey]

[Children on donkey]

Date: 19uu
Creator: Wilcox
Description: A photographic (black and white) print on a card. This one depicts four children with a white donkey in front of a rough shed, trees and a fence. Children are: Harry Fisher, Morgan Vinning, Bertis Vinning, and Anna Warker. Snow the donkey.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Gentry's Trained Animal Show Wagon]

[Gentry's Trained Animal Show Wagon]

Date: 1902~
Creator: Sharpe, John
Description: a black and white image of a man and dogs in a horse-drawn carriage mounted on decorative embossed matte; the man wears a uniform and drives the carriage in front of the fourth Williamson County courthouse; part of Gentry's Trained Animal Show
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[First airplane in Taylor]

[First airplane in Taylor]

Date: 1910/1920~
Creator: unknown
Description: Sepia toned photograph of a group of men gathered around an early biplane airplane. The men are all wearing trousers, hat, and white dress shirts. Most are wearing suit jackets. The plane has a single engine with a propeller. The photograph was taken from a neighboring field and there is a barbed wire fence in the foreground. Several blurry buildings are in the background. Photo is labelled in the margin "First airoplane at Taylor"--first airplane in Taylor.
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum