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- Williamsburg School
- Portrait of students and there teacher in front of the one-room Williamsburg School. There are ten female students, six male students, and their female teacher in the center of the back row. Some of the students are barefoot. Names are listed on the back: (back row) Holly Garner Tarkington, Prasek or Scriba?, Lillian McElroy Whitaker, Lucille Autry Tomlinson, Teacher Byrdie Vick Burt, Mabel Chambers Baber, Ethel McElroy Sorenson, Florence Chapman Lucke, (front row) Robbie J. Garner Timm, ___ Schindler, W. N. "Bud" Garner, Holly Chapman?, John McElroy?, John Smolik, Schindler or Prasek?, Nona Vee Brown Baumgarten.
- [Woodmen of the World No. 333]
- Portrait of the Woodmen of the World in Ezzell, Texas. The men are posing in front of some trees, and some of them are wearing ribbons. "WOW No. 333" is written at the bottom of the photograph, and there is some writing on the back.
- Wreck of the Don Milo
- Photograph of the Lavaca River Bridge after the wreck of the San Antonio and Aransas Pass "Don Milo" freight train. There are pieces of the wreck still in the water, and there are men on what is left of the bridge, on the bank, and in the water. A train engine is on the tracks just before the bridge. There are cows in the background. According to the accompanying article, the wreck happened on Saturday, January 5, 1890 at 5:30 P.M. after heavy rainfall, and three people were killed. On the back is written "Property of Lillie Ahrens Hallettsville, Texas" and there is an explanation of the photograph.