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[Woodson Dean in Store]

[Woodson Dean in Store]

Date: 1973
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Woodson Dean standing next to a display of Woodruff seeds inside the McWhorter-Greenhaw Store. He wears glasses and a white dress shirt.
Contributing Partner: Mesquite Public Library
[Certificate Issued to Frank Greenhaw]

[Certificate Issued to Frank Greenhaw]

Date: May 2, 1970
Creator: Hawn, Joe
Description: Certificate from the State of Texas House of Representatives naming Frank Greenhaw as an honorary state representative.
Contributing Partner: Mesquite Public Library
C. J. Washmon and Son Grocery Store

C. J. Washmon and Son Grocery Store

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Washmon in front of their store on Tripp and Collins Roads. A dog is seen in the foreground and several sacks and crates are seen behind them. A sign above the grocery store reads, "Good Luck C. J. Washmon and Son Groceries."
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Campbell Children

Campbell Children

Date: unknown
Creator: Harper & Company
Description: Photograph of three young children. Pictured are two young girls and their infant sibling. The girl on the left is wearing a long, dark coat with a bow in her hair. The girl on the right is sitting in a wicker chair with her infant sibling. Handwriting on the back of the photo identifies the three as the "Campbell Children."
Contributing Partner: Mesquite Public Library
Dr. and Mrs. William Cullom Wedding Photograph

Dr. and Mrs. William Cullom Wedding Photograph

Date: unknown
Creator: Webster, J. H.
Description: Photograph of a man and woman couple on their wedding day in Mesquite, TX. They are identified as Dr. William Carter Cullom and Mrs. Louella Sewell Cullom. Dr. Cullom is dressed in a dark suit and bow tie. He is seated in a chair. Mrs. Cullom is standing on the right in a wedding gown and floral head covering. Her hands are resting on her husband's shoulders.
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Earl White Home

Earl White Home

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard of the Earle White home in the New Hope community of what is now Sunnyvale, TX. A large tree is blocking most of the house. A large, covered porch is around the entire structure. A woman holding an infant in her arms is seated on the porch, facing the camera.
Contributing Partner: Mesquite Public Library
Elder Ellis Brothers

Elder Ellis Brothers

Date: unknown
Creator: Wisdom
Description: Photograph of two brothers in Mesquite, TX. Both are wearing suits and have Civil War Veteran medals pinned to their lapels. They also have several other medals on the opposite lapels. The brother on the right has white hair and a beard. The brother on the left has only a mustache. They are identified as the Ellis brothers. The man on the right is identified as William Ellis. According to accompanying information, William Ellis was the grandfather of Ernest Ellis, and father of Frank Ellis. William's son Frank was the owner of Ellis and Sons store, built in the 1880s in the New Hope district of Dallas County.
Contributing Partner: Mesquite Public Library
Ellis Brothers

Ellis Brothers

Date: unknown
Creator: Wisdom
Description: Photograph of four brothers in Mesquite, TX. All are wearing suits and ties. They are, from left to right, Tolbert Ellis, George Ellis, Frank Ellis, and Robert Ellis. The back of the photograph lists three missing siblings. They are brother Ned Ellis and sisters Lucy and Maggie Ellis.
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[Eula Holley and Friend]

[Eula Holley and Friend]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Eula Holley and a friend standing in front of a brick wall. Both wear dresses with dropped waists.
Contributing Partner: Mesquite Public Library
[Four Women and a Car]

[Four Women and a Car]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of four women standing at the rear of an automobile which is parked in the middle of a road. The women wear hats and dresses which fall below their knees.
Contributing Partner: Mesquite Public Library