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  Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
 County: Polk County, TX
[Class of Hispanic Men Sitting in a Log School House]
Photograph of a group of six middle-age Mexican men sitting in fold-up chairs and facing foreward. They are all dressed in light collared shirts and trousers, and many of them are holding books and pens. One of the men sitting in the middle of the group is holding a camera. There is a large open window cut out of the log wall on the far lefthand side of the image; a man sitting next to it is gazing outside. Trees and shrubs are visible through the window. There is handwriting on the back of the photograph that reads, "Town & Country Institute, Livingston May 1953". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165975/
[Group of Hispanic Men Sitting in a Log Cabin]
Photograph of a group of seven middle-age Mexican men sitting in fold-up chairs. The men are facing foreward, however they are all looking in different directions. They are all dressed in light collared shirts and trousers, and many of them are holding books and pens. There is a large open window cut out of the log wall on the far lefthand side of the image. Outside the window, trees and shrubs are visible. There is handwriting on the back of the photograph that reads, "T. & C. Institute, Livingston 5/53". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165971/
[Group of Hispanic Men Standing in a Forest]
Photograph of a group of seven middle-age Mexican men (identified on the back of the photograph) standing in a clearing of a forest. The men are all wearing white collared shirts and trousers with belts. They are all standing in a line and facing the camera. One of the men (identified as R.M. Armendariz) on the very end on the left side of the image is holding a camera up to his face. There is an abundance of trees and shrubs in the background behind the men. Handwriting on the back of the photograph reads, "Town & County Institute Livingston, Tex., May 1953 Left to right R.M. Armendariz (with camera) E.M. Pimentel Bernardino del Pozo J.S. de Lugo J.A. Hernandez J.C. Olivares J.L. Leos - in front". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165972/
[Hispanic Man Teaching in a Log Cabin]
Photograph of a Mexican man standing in front of a log wall and teaching. The man, who is in the background of the image, is wearing a white collared shirt and trousers. Two men sitting in chairs and facing the teacher are visible in the foreground. There is an easle holding a large blank pad of paper next to the teacher on the righthand side of the image. There is handwriting on the back of the photograph that reads, "Town and Country Institute Livingston, Tex. May 1953 J.L. Leos teaching Bible." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165970/
[Indian Village Sign]
Photograph of a sign describing the history of and pointing toward the "Indian Village". The large sign reads, "INDIAN VILLAGE --> The Alabama and Coushatta Indians settled near here in 1832 through the efforts of Gen. Sam Houston, Texas gave them 1210 acres in 1854. The federal government purchased 3071 acres in 1928. Only Indian Reservation in Texas" Behind the sign a road and some trees are visible. There is writing on the backof the photograph that reads, "Livingston, Texas". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165976/
[Large Group of Men Walking Toward Church]
Photograph of a large group of men walking toward a wood-slatted church building. The men are walking toward the background of the image. They are all wearing white collared shirts and trousers. The church, which is facing the left side of the image, has five equally spaced windows on the side and three in the front. Trees surround the building. There are two cars parked along the side of the church, and part of another one is visible in the foreground. Handwriting on the back of the photograph reads, "Town and Country Institute Livingston, Tex 1953. Visit to Indian Village Presby, Church". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165974/
[Man Standing in a Field with a Dead Tree]
Photograph of a middle-aged man ( identified as E.A. Dean) standing in a field on the righthand side of the image. The man is holding something in his hands and facing the left. There is a dead tree next to the man. In the background, a dirt road runs across the image and separates the empty field from a mass of large trees and houses. The most visible house is not covered with trees and is elevated on stilts on top of a hill. Most of the other houses are hidden by trees. There is a bus and a car parked next to each other in the background. Writing on the back of the photograph reads, "Indian Village Livingston, Tex. Mr. E,A. Dean". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165977/
[Man Teaching the Bible in a Log Cabin]
Photograph of a middle-age man wearing a white collared shirt and trousers teaching inside of a log cabin. The man, who is standing in the background of the image behind a table, is holding a small black book. The table in front of him has three books propped up, including the "Holy Bible", and four more laying on top. There is an easle beside him that is holding a sign that reads, "'There is No Higher Calling on Earth than that of the Good Ministry'". The backs of two heads are visible in the foreground. There is writing on the back of the photograph that reads, "Town and Country Institute Livingston, Tex. May 1953 E.A Dean teaching Local Church Administratión." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165973/