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 Decade: 1930-1939
 Year: 1937
 Collection: Are We There Yet? Transportation in Central Texas
[Louis Kruger on horse]

[Louis Kruger on horse]

Date: 1937
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Louis Kruger on the showhorse "Dick" between Hutto and Taylor. Per the lender, "you could ask him (the horse) if he liked girls he would shake his head up and down."
Contributing Partner: The Williamson Museum
[Roadside Park on U.S. Highway 81]

[Roadside Park on U.S. Highway 81]

Date: January 13, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of roadside park on U.S. Highway 81 also known as Highway 2. Shows grove of trees shading picnic tables, barbecue grill and a parked car.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S. Highway 79 Car traveling on untreated gravel]

[U.S. Highway 79 Car traveling on untreated gravel]

Date: February 1, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Car traveling at 65 miles per hour on untreated gravel east of Taylor. Note dust cloud. Homes and windmill beside the highway. The edge of a grader is on the right. From Taylor to the Milam County line.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S. Highway 79 Drop outlet culvert]

[U.S. Highway 79 Drop outlet culvert]

Date: February 1, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Special drop outlet culvert between Taylor and Milam County line. Note eroded ditch in the background. Mud and gravel.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S. Highway 79 Rip Rap to prevent ditch erosion]

[U.S. Highway 79 Rip Rap to prevent ditch erosion]

Date: February 1, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Rip-rap in bags use to retard erosion on ditch with culvert east of Taylor. Salt stabilized gravel from Taylor to Milam County line.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt Stabilized Gravel]

[U.S. Highway 79 Salt Stabilized Gravel]

Date: February 1, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of car traveling at 65 miles per hour on salt treated section of U.S. Highway 79 in Thrall. Limits: from Taylor to Milam County line. Visible are two water towers, a windmill, several buildings and a corn field.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt-stabilized gravel application]

[U.S. Highway 79 Salt-stabilized gravel application]

Date: February 1, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Hand-distributing salt for salt-stabilized gravel east of Taylor. Shows two men in hats and overalls. They are standing in the back of a truck. You can see the cloud of salt flying in the air as well as utility poles and a distant building.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S. Highway 79 Special drop outlet culvert]

[U.S. Highway 79 Special drop outlet culvert]

Date: February 1, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Special drop outlet culvert between Taylor and Milam County.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]

[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]

Date: February 18, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Barricades and Detour Signs Federal Aid Project 140-C Reop. U.II. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation).
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]

[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]

Date: February 18, 1937
Creator: Texas. Dept. of Transportation.
Description: Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Detours and barricades as part of Federal Aid Project 140-C. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation) Fences barricade access. A Southwestern Greyhound Lines bus approaches on the right and a man is atop a telephone pole.
Contributing Partner: Texas Department of Transportation
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