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E. O. Campbell Farm, Richardson, Texas

E. O. Campbell Farm, Richardson, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Barn, E. O. Campbell farm, Richardson, Texas. Ben Coldwell and Jim W. Campbell standing in front, with team of mules.
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Interurban Depot, Richardson, Texas

Interurban Depot, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1908
Creator: unknown
Description: Interurban Express Depot, Richardson, Texas. Standing in front of building: J. T. Pierce, Station Manager 1900-1916 (wearing suit). Unidentified men and boy.
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Interurban Depot, Richardson, Texas

Interurban Depot, Richardson, Texas

Date: c. 1908
Creator: unknown
Description: Interurban Depot, Richardson, Texas, with man standing in front, tracks visible.
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Big Springs Baptist Church, Garland, Texas

Big Springs Baptist Church, Garland, Texas

Date: August 3, 1919
Creator: unknown
Description: Big Springs Baptist Church, wood frame building. Label on reverse: "Big Springs Baptist Church 1877-1919. Date of Picture 8-3-19. J. W. Campbell"
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Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Richardson, Texas

Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: Mt.Calvary Baptist Church, Richardson, Texas, with people standing on steps (later known as: First Baptist Church.)
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Richardson Medical Center, B. B. Owen Memorial Hospital, Richardson, Texas

Richardson Medical Center, B. B. Owen Memorial Hospital, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1975 - 1977
Creator: unknown
Description: White brick masonry multi-story, multi-level building. The tallest, center portion has a sign at the top, RICHARDSON MEDICAL CENTER B. B. OWEN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. This center portion is flanked on both sides by the main portion of the building, which is shorter and has vertical columns of windows. In the front of the picture is the lowest portion of the building, with ground-level windows and one inset doorway. The doorway and windows are partially hidden by curving lines of low shrubs in the picture foreground. Portions of equipment, perhaps ventilation, are visible on roof areas. Additional information: Dallas Morning News, Dec. 18, 1975 "A 5-story hospital, scheduled for completion in August, 1977, will be built at 401 W. Campbell Rd. ... The building contract was given to J. A. Jones Construction Co." The hospital was dedicated Saturday, May 27, 1977. It was named in memory of Dallas businessman B. B. Owen. The hospital opened for business Tuesday, May 30, 1977. Bennie Bryan Owen was born on September 11, 1897, in Cisco, Eastland County. As a young man, he moved to Dallas County where he was principally involved with investments and investment loans. He was also involved in agriculture as he ...
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First Christian Church, Richardson, Texas

First Christian Church, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1940 - 1958
Creator: unknown
Description: Wooden frame church, white clapboard siding. The middle section of the front (gable end) entends forward to form an entrance and upward to form a [bell?] tower. The double entrance door is covered with a decorative braced awning with a closed dormer. A sign over the door reads "First Christian Church." The roof is shingled, maybe wooden. A signpost is at the right edge of the picture, with the name of the church and the pastor's name. To the left of the main building is a lower building/annex with multiple doors and a side porch supported by posts. Trees are to the right and left of the mail building. Both buildings are surrounded by shrubs or low plants. The area is front of the building is paved. This photograph was probably taken at the location at Greenville Ave. and Polk St., Richardson, Texas. The church relocated to 601 E Main in April, 1958.
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Huguley Gin, Richardson, Texas

Huguley Gin, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1910 - 1915
Creator: unknown
Description: Huguley cotton gin, wood frame building. 9 men standing, 1 man seated in 1-horse buggy - in front of building. Abe (Abraham) M. Cain (wearing apron), 4th from left. 2 barrels, 1 saw-horse, construction materials visible. Additional information: Abe (Abraham) M. Cain, son of William Daniel & Fannie Cain, was an early alderman, went to work at age 13; did carpentry, built many buildings including the red [brick] school [administration] building. "Huguley" sometimes spelled Hugley.
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Cotton Gin "Old Red", Richardson, Texas

Cotton Gin "Old Red", Richardson, Texas

Date: 1900
Creator: unknown
Description: Cotton gin, two-story wooden frame building. Four 2-horsedrawn wagons containing cotton. 15 men visible. Telephone pole in foreground. Numerous outbuildings. Additional information: Telephone service in Richardson was established in 1900.
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Telephone Switchboard, Richardson, Texas

Telephone Switchboard, Richardson, Texas

Date: c. 1900
Creator: unknown
Description: Woman switchboard operator, seated at manual switchboard, wearing earphones. Pictures on wall, including advertisement for Remington typewriter with female typist. Numerous wires and connectors visible. The woman has been identified variously as Stella Moody, Mayfair Griffin, and Mrs. Strait, wife of Bill Strait, telephone lineman.
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