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 Decade: 1910-1919
[First Baptist Church of Longview]

[First Baptist Church of Longview]

Date: 1910~
Creator: Culpepper, Cody
Description: Photograph of the First Baptist Church congregation in Longview, Texas. The men, women and children in the photograph are standing in front of the church, located at the corner of South Fredonia and South Street. They are dressed in suits, hats and dresses. The pastor, Reverend J. E. Hughes, is standing left of center in a long, black coat.
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[Frank T. Rembert]

[Frank T. Rembert]

Date: 1910~
Creator: Culpepper, Cody
Description: Photographic postcard of Frank T. Rembert, a telegrapher from Copiah County, Mississippi. Mr. Rembert moved to Longview, Texas in 1877. Mr. Rembert is wearing a suit and a hat, and he is sitting in a wicker chair.
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[Longview Birthday Party]

[Longview Birthday Party]

Date: 1915
Creator: Culpepper, Cody
Description: Photograph of young girls gathered for a birthday party in Longview, Texas. The girls are all wearing dresses and bows in their hair, and there is a dog lying on the ground in front of them. From left to right, top to bottom, the members of the photograph are: Top row: Ruth Florence, Mildred Sparkman, Frances Morgan, Dorothy Earl Watson. Second row: Ruth Sparkman, Katherine Melton, Lucile Morgan, Florine Eddins. Third row: Mary Emily Landers (baby), Josephine Hopkins. Bottom row: Christine Johnson, Katherine Flewellen, Adele Moore.
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[Longview Confederate Monument Unveiling]

[Longview Confederate Monument Unveiling]

Date: June 3, 1911
Creator: Culpepper, Cody
Description: Photographic postcard of the unveiling of the Confederate Monument at Bodie Park in Longview, Texas. There is a crowd of people gathered around the monument, and there are unidentified buildings in the background.
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[Citizens National Bank]

[Citizens National Bank]

Date: 1911
Creator: Culpepper, Cody B.
Description: Photograph of the inside of Citizens National Bank in Longview, Texas. There are three men standing inside the bank lobby, and there is one man standing behind the teller's window.
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[Longview Workers]

[Longview Workers]

Date: 1919
Creator: Culpepper, Cody B.
Description: Photograph of two Longview workers weaving bushel baskets for farmers in Longview, Texas.
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[Mary Whaley]

[Mary Whaley]

Date: 1918
Creator: Culpepper, Cody B.
Description: Photographic postcard of Mrs. Mary Whaley of Longview, Texas. Mary was the wife of Franklin L. Whaley. She is standing next to a large vase filled with two types of lilies.
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[1918 Longview High School Graduating Class]

[1918 Longview High School Graduating Class]

Date: 1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the 1918 Longview High School graduating class in Longview, Texas. The graduates are wearing dresses and suits, and they are standing on the front steps of a brick building.
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[Citizens National Bank]

[Citizens National Bank]

Date: 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Everett Building in Longview, Texas. The original Everett Building was constructed in 1910 as the Citizens National Bank and originally housed a number of businesses, including M. L. Cunningham, Lawyer and Notary Public; A. J. Stewart, Dentist; and Drs. Northcutt and Markham, Physicians and Surgeons. It now houses the Gregg County Historical Museum on Fredonia Street.
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[Emancipation Day for the Mules]

[Emancipation Day for the Mules]

Date: 1911
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of "Emancipation Day for the Mules" in Longview, Texas, as noted on the trolley banner on the front of the photograph. O. H. Methvin, one of Longview's biggest supporters, emancipated his mules in 1911 to make way for the electric trolley. There are men, women and children gathered in and around one of the trolley cars.
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