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[County Free Library]

[County Free Library]

Date: [1920?]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a rural class and teacher. There are 21 students and a teacher standing in front of a building. A sign on the building in the left background includes the words, "County Free Library." There are two visible windows and a set of doors in the background. Six students have no shoes on. Class names are as follows. Front row: Julia McNair, Reba Dot Kilpatrick, Billie Ann Kelly, D.L. Williams, Calvin Powell, Maxie Overstreet, Jack Fowler, Wayne Blevins. Second row: Lamoyne Shelton, Versie McKee, Guy Bell Jr., Coy Tucker, Pauline Stogsdill, Wanda Faye Ottinger, Wildin Elkins, Mamie Jewel Franks. Third row: J.B. Fowler, Charlie Stogsdill, Dewey Melear, Pauline Fowler, Joyce Hudnall. Fourth row: Mamie Ruth Willis, Teacher.
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Man walking by porch]

[Man walking by porch]

Date: [1930?]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a man walking by a porch. There is a white house and shrubbery in the background. A porch roof and floor and wooden fold-out chair are visible. The man is wearing black pants, belt, buttoned shirt and cowboy hat. His hat hides his entire face. Written on the back of the photograph is "Noble Lee Rust."
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Portrait of the Moon Family]

[Portrait of the Moon Family]

Date: 1957?
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Moon family during a family reunion in Cleburne, Texas. Partially seen standing on the house's front porch to the left are Gordon Bennett Moon Jr. and Geraldine Moon Johnston. Standing in front of the house from left to right are: Glenda Ann Moon Owen, Glenda's son (name unknown), Charles Owen, Gordon Bennett Moon Sr., Minnie Holloway Moon, Lullie Moon Cooper, James Cooper, Allie Eastwood Moon, Ross Moon, Jasmine Nett Moon, Finis Moon, Cuimella Moon Young, Aaron Young, Pluma Moon Frank, and Horace Frank.
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Haslet Methodist Church]

[Haslet Methodist Church]

Date: [1945]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a large group of unidentified people in front of a rural church building that was built in 1910. Children are positioned on ground, women are positioned in the middle and men are positioned standing up. A portion of the roof and chimney are visible. There is a visible door on the left of the photograph and a set of visible doors on the right of the photograph. An outside light and two windows are visible in the photograph.
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Unidentified group of people]

[Unidentified group of people]

Date: 1948
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of large unidentified group of people. They are visibly posing in front of and on a porch. There are windows, columns, a door, front steps and light bulb visible on the building. Part of the roof is even visible. Most of the men are sitting down on the porch or front stoop and are wearing suits and ties. Most of the women are standing inside the porch and are wearing dresses. There are bushes on either side of the front stoop. This is stamped on the back of the photograph: "Skeet Richardson Photos, 1326 N. Main St., Fort Worth 6, Tex., Jan 13 1948, For additional prints, Order No. 8878-7."
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Haslet Baptist Church]

[Haslet Baptist Church]

Date: [1923]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of three buildings taken on March 25, 1923: a private home, barn and church are visible. The private home is far in the left background and was the four room home of Charles and Susan Maloney. The barn is closer in the right background. The church is the focal point and occupies most of the frame. The church chimney, porch, front doors and seven windows are visible.
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Unidentified farm]

[Unidentified farm]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of an unidentified farm. In the photo there is a white fence, farm home and barn. There is visible a chimney, windows, doors and a tree.
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Haslet public school]

[Haslet public school]

Date: [1930?]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the original Haslet school. Two young girls are standing in front of the school building on a sidewalk that has the phrase "Public 97 School" affixed to it in big white letters. There are five visible windows. The girls are wearing blouses, skirts, socks and dress shoes. On the back of the photograph it is written "Original Haslet School, Built 1914."
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Lone Star School]

[Lone Star School]

Date: 1910?
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a rural class and teacher. Class stands in front of school building. Two doors are visible on building. Girls are wearing hair bows and dresses. Teacher and most of the boys are wearing coats and ties. One boy is wearing overalls and one boy is wearing a buttoned, collared shirt with neck tie. Class names are identified as best as possible by Jack Britain. Top row, from left to right: Lennie Underwood, Mona B. Britain, Virgie Morgan, Rosana Francisco, Gene Allen (Teacher), Gracie Morgan, Bertha Francisco, Margaret Francisco, Evie Mosaly. Second row (girls from left): Ola Clower, Emma Clower, Fern Francisco, Mattie Combs, Bernice Combs, Norma (Noma) Bremman. Second row (boys to right): Johnny Mosaly, Walter Combs, Claude Francisco, Walter Francisco, Charlie Green, Bill Mosaly. Bottom row: Eunice Britain, unidentified first name Francisco, Tinny Frisbie, Earl Combs, Jack Britain, Herschel Green, Roy Haley, Henry Haley.
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library
[Unidentified group of young women]

[Unidentified group of young women]

Date: [1930?]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of unidentified group of young women standing outside close to the Highway 156 Bridge. They are all wearing dresses and holding unidentifiable objects in their hands, sometimes close to their mouths. One face is missing from the left side of the photograph and an electric pole can be seen in the distance.
Contributing Partner: Haslet Public Library