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  Partner: Denton Public Library
 Decade: 1900-1909
Former Sheriffs of Denton County

Former Sheriffs of Denton County

Date: 1905
Creator: unknown
Description: Group portrait of all of the ex-sheriffs of Denton County at the time, except W. S. (Bill) Fry, who was not in town at the time. Standing in the top row, from left to right: Sam Hawkins and Warren Elisha "W. E." (Lish) Durbin. Sitting in the bottom row, from left to right: Charles Alexander "C. A." (Alex) Williams, Christopher Columbus "C. C." (Lum) Daugherty, Walter F. "W. F." Egan, and Captain "Robert Henry "R. H." (Bob) Hopkins.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
Former Sheriffs of Denton County

Former Sheriffs of Denton County

Date: 1905
Creator: unknown
Description: Groups portrait of all of the ex-sheriffs of Denton County at the time, except W. S. (Bill) Fry, who was not in town at the time. Standing in the top row, from left to right: Sam Hawkings and W. E. (Lish) Durbin. Sitting in the bottom row, from left to right: Charles Alexander "C. A." (Alex) Williams, Christopher Columbus "C. C." (Lum) Daugherty, Walter F. "W. F." Egan, and Captain Robert Harris "R. H." (Bob) Hopkins.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[Portrait of Josie V. Fisher Bell]

[Portrait of Josie V. Fisher Bell]

Date: 1905~
Creator: Jones, J. T.
Description: Portrait of a woman with short dark hair wearing a lace dress. A handwritten note on the back of the photo offers more details about the woman: "The first Mrs. W. L. Foreman. W. L. Foreman and his three wives are buried in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery in Denton. Mr. Foreman at one time (before 1900) worked in the Garrison and Kimmins Drug Store."
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[Portrait of Mildred Palmer]

[Portrait of Mildred Palmer]

Date: 1905~
Creator: Williams Art Company
Description: Portrait of Mildred Palmer as a young girl, wearing a white dress and standing in front of a mirror with her hair in ringlets.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith as "Miss Kite"]

[Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith as "Miss Kite"]

Date: 1905~
Creator: unknown
Description: Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith dressed as "Miss Kite," the painted lady, in "The Passing of the Third Floor Back" by Jerome K, which was performed at the College of Industrial Arts, where Smith was the Director of Music and Expression in 1905.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith as "Miss Kite"]

[Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith as "Miss Kite"]

Date: 1905~
Creator: unknown
Description: Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith dressed as "Miss Kite," the painted lady, in 'The Passing of the Third Floor Back" by Jerome K, which was performed at the College of Industrial Arts, where Smith was the Director of Music and Expression in 1905.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith as Rosalind in "The Forest of Arden"]

[Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith as Rosalind in "The Forest of Arden"]

Date: 1905~
Creator: unknown
Description: Portrait of Miss S. Justina Smith dressed as Rosalind in "The Forest of Arden," reading a piece of paper held in her hands.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[Portrait of Nancy Jo Minnis]

[Portrait of Nancy Jo Minnis]

Date: 1905~
Creator: Shaw & Hargrove
Description: Portrait of Nancy Jo "Nannie Joe" Minnis as a young girl, wearing a white ruffled dress and sitting in a wicker chair. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Minnis, and died of pneumonia at the age of 15 in 1912.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[The Western Presbyter]

[The Western Presbyter]

Date: February 18, 1904
Creator: Russell, Charles C.
Description: The Western Presbyter, a weekly publication from Cumberland Presbyterian, contains information about the state of the church.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library
[The Western Presbyter]

[The Western Presbyter]

Date: February 11, 1904
Creator: Russell, Charles C.
Description: The Western Presbyter, a weekly publication from Cumberland Presbyterian, contains information about the state of the church.
Contributing Partner: Denton Public Library