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Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 20: 697th Engineer Company, U.S. Army Reserve Units, 355th Engineer Battalion, 931st Engineer Group, 362nd Civil Affairs Units

Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 20: 697th Engineer Company, U.S. Army Reserve Units, 355th Engineer Battalion, 931st Engineer Group, 362nd Civil Affairs Units

Date: unknown
Creator: Casper, Willie H., Jr.
Description: This volume features the following: The 697th Engineer Company, U.S. Army Reserve Units, the 355th Engineer Battalion, the 931st Engineer Group and the 362nd Civil Affairs Units.
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Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 21: Visitors

Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 21: Visitors

Date: unknown
Creator: Casper, Willie H., Jr.
Description: This volume includes photographs of visitors to Fort Wolters. Images include Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, several generals, and assorted dignitaries.
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Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 22: Enlisted Photos

Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 22: Enlisted Photos

Date: unknown
Creator: Casper, Willie H., Jr.
Description: This volume contains photographs of enlisted personnel. It features ceremonies, promotions, and awards.
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Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 23: Miscellaneous

Pictorial History of Fort Wolters, Volume 23: Miscellaneous

Date: unknown
Creator: Casper, Willie H., Jr.
Description: This volume includes photographs of ceremonies, cake cuttings, recreational events, holidays, and other activities.
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The Piedmont Hotel

The Piedmont Hotel

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The Piedmont Hotel, located on NE 2nd Avenue and East Hubbard Street, was demolished to make room for the Baker Hotel Garage. Before its destruction, it was used as an office for the Army Engineers during the construction of Possum Kingdom Dam.
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The Piedmont Hotel [The First Piedmont Hotel]

The Piedmont Hotel [The First Piedmont Hotel]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: A picture (perhaps an early photograph) of the first Piedmont Hotel, its location being unknown. This photograph appears on page 104 of A.F. Weaver's book "TIME WAS In Mineral Wells," Second Edition, 1988.
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Piedmont Hotel - [The First Piedmont With Numerous Individuals on Porches]

Piedmont Hotel - [The First Piedmont With Numerous Individuals on Porches]

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Creator: unknown
Description: The First Piedmont Hotel. This photograph was probably taken in the early twentieth century, judging by the attire of the men photographed. The photograph appears on page 104 of "Time Was...", Second Edition.
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Piedmont Hotel - [The Second Piedmont Hotel]

Piedmont Hotel - [The Second Piedmont Hotel]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: This photograph occurs on page 104 of "Time Was in Mineral Wells" (first edition) by A. F. Weaver. The caption reads: "The Second Piedmont Hotel located on 2nd Avenue [sic] and East Hubbard was demolished to give room for the Baker Hotel Garage. It was used as an office for the Army Engineers during the construction of Possum Kingdom Dam." This hotel was probably located on the same site as the first Piedmont Hotel (a two story wooden structure) a picture of which is also on page 104 of the same edition of "Time Was in Mineral Wells."
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[A Play Day at Elmhurst Park]

[A Play Day at Elmhurst Park]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Girls are shown playing a basketball game in Mineral Wells' Elmhurst Park, about 1910. The scene catches a "Jump Ball" during progress of the game. Please note the women's uniforms, and also the enthusiastic crowd.
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"The Play Place of The South"

"The Play Place of The South"

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: An avioculum (bird's eye-view) of Mineral Wells, Texas, taken from East mountain and looking west-southwest. In the middle foreground are: The Crazy Flats and the third Crazy Water Drinking Pavilion. The "Crazy" Businesses burned in 1925, and the present hotel that replaced them covers the entire city block. It has since been converted [2007]to a Retirement Home. Visible also are the First Presbyterian Church, which was erected in 1909; and the Old High School, erected in 1915.
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