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Several Men Boarding Mexicana Airplane

Several Men Boarding Mexicana Airplane

Date: May 14, 1953
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of ten men and one female flight attendant standing on aircraft stairs. All of the men are wearing suits and neckties, seven are wearing eyeglasses and all but two are wearing hats. A banner on the side of the stairs reads, "CIA. MEXICANA DE AVIACION".
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Champion Hereford Steer

Champion Hereford Steer

Date: 1954
Creator: Glover, William L.
Description: Photograph of a champion Hereford steer wearing a harness.
Contributing Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum
Henry Bell of the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association

Henry Bell of the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association

Date: 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Henry Bell, secretary-general manager of the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association in 1954.
Contributing Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum
Champion and Reserve Champion Herefords at the 1955 HFSS

Champion and Reserve Champion Herefords at the 1955 HFSS

Date: 1955
Creator: R.W. Shirer
Description: Photograph of two young cowboys holding the harnesses of the Grand and Reserve Champion Herefords at the Houston Fat Stock Show. Both boys are wearing button-up shirts, cowboy boots and cowboy hats and one boy has the number 984 pinned to his shirt. They are both holding banners on the cow's backs, one reads, "Champion, Open Class Hereford Steer, Houston Fat Stock show and Livestock Exposition". In the background is arena seating.
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Champion and Reserve Champion Herefords at the 1955 HFSS

Champion and Reserve Champion Herefords at the 1955 HFSS

Date: 1955
Creator: R.W. Shirer
Description: Photograph of the Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Hereford steers at the Houston Fat Stock Show. The cows have banners on their backs and young boy in a cowboy hat stands in-between them. Nine men and one woman stands behind the steers. Three men are wearing suits and ties, five men are wearing cowboy hats, and the woman is wearing earrings and a purse.
Contributing Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum
Champion Hereford Female, Junior Division 1955 HFSS

Champion Hereford Female, Junior Division 1955 HFSS

Date: 1955
Creator: R.W. Shirer
Description: Photograph of a champion Hereford female who's harness is being held by a young cowboy in glasses with the number 2403 hanging around his neck. Behind the cow stands a man in a suit, tie and hat and is holding a banner on the cow's back that reads, "Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition". In the background are several cowboys and numbered gates.
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Champion Steer, San Antonio 1956

Champion Steer, San Antonio 1956

Date: 1956
Creator: R.W. Shirer
Description: Photograph of a Grand Champion steer wearing a harness.
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Bottle Exhibit at Fort Davis

Bottle Exhibit at Fort Davis

Date: November 1956
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of people viewing glass bottle collection at Fort Davis, Texas in Novenber 1956.
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Esteban Garcia

Esteban Garcia

Date: 1957
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Esteban Garcia of Encino, Texas in 1957 President of the Pan American Zebu Association. He is working at his desk.
Contributing Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum
Grand Champion Steer of Show, Houston, Texas, 1957

Grand Champion Steer of Show, Houston, Texas, 1957

Date: 1957
Creator: James Cathey
Description: Photograph of a steer with a banner hanging on it's back that reads, "Grand Champion Steer of Show, Houston Fat Stock Show & Livestock Exposition, Houston, Texas 1957". Standing behind the steer, from left to right, is Mr. Edgar W. Brown, J.F. Pat Carley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams, James Everett and Archer Romero. All of the men except one is wearing a jacket and bow tie. Two of the men wear eyeglasses and everybody is wearing a cowboy hat.
Contributing Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum