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  Partner: Richardson Public Library
 County: Dallas County, TX
 Decade: 1910-1919
 Collection: Texas History Collection
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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Newt Harris Barber Shop, Richardson, Texas

Newt Harris Barber Shop, Richardson, Texas

Date: May 16, 1919
Creator: unknown
Description: Barber shop interior, with 3 chairs facing a mirrored counter, and 2 men visible. No sinks, individual shaving mugs reflected in mirror, gas light. Electrical or pneumatic equipment visible.
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Stratton Bros. Garage interior, Richardson, Texas

Stratton Bros. Garage interior, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1919
Creator: unknown
Description: Left to right: William (Bill) Statler Stratton, Kenneth Stratton, Jim Stratton. Visible on the left is the Model T they built from new and used parts. "Goodrich Tires - Best in the Long Run" sign hanging from the ceiling. Various machinery and parts.
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Harris, Thomas Newton, Family, Richardson, Texas

Harris, Thomas Newton, Family, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1917 - 1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Informal family group photograph, standing and seated on a side porch of a house. The porch extends around the corner of the building to the right. Visible on the right are fences and another building. Standing on the porch are three women, the first only partially visible, with a girl standing in front, one man in a three-piece suit, one young woman, a woman in profile, and two elderly women (7 women, one girl, one man). Seated in front, on the edge of the porch, is a moustached man in a suit and dark hat, and a younger man in military uniform with hat and leg gaiters. Additional information: Left to right, standing: possibly Evelyn HARRIS (hidden) Mattie E Strait HARRIS (1874-25 Sep 1971) Noma HARRIS [in front of mother Mattie] (15 Feb 1910 - 20 Jan 1987) married Leonard Allen HUFFHINES (8 Oct 1911 - 16 Sep 1988) Grace FOX Robert K. (Bob) HARRIS possibly Evelyn HARRIS Katherine Paulina L. HARRIS (1849-1928) widow of Samuel P. Harris (1831-1914) Emma Dooley Seated: Thomas Newton HARRIS (31 Oct 1870 - 27 Jun 1952) Joe HARRIS [?P. G. Harris?]
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Harben's Drug Store, Richardson, Texas

Harben's Drug Store, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1912
Creator: unknown
Description: Interior view of Harben's Drug Store. Four men are visible, the one on the far right is Sam Harben. Ads for various patent medicines including Mentholatum and Cardui are legible. Floor and ceiling are finished wood. There is a counter partly visible with four metal stools. Six glass display cases and two electric ceiling fans are visible. Noted on back of photo - Sam Harben on right, early 1900s. Additional information: Cardui was a patent medicine used to reduce menstrual problems. It was 19% alcohol and included Blessed Thistle, Black Haw and Golden Seal.
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R. P. Harben and Son Drug Store, Richardson, Texas

R. P. Harben and Son Drug Store, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1912
Creator: unknown
Description: Four men standing in store interior. Left to right: Jess Harben behind counter (partially obscured), Mr. Hennessee, Mr. Farrell (being served by Mr. Harben), Kenneth Stratton. Display shelves and counters on right, rear, and left. Soda-fountain type chairs, tables, and stools in center. Large sign for TANLAC attached to rear display case. Written on back: Harben's Drug - 1912 Jess Harben, Mr. Fred Farrell, Mr Hennessee & Keith Stratton Additional information: Tanlac Tonic - with alcohol, gentian, buckthorn, rhubarb, licorice, glycerin, wild cherry - US prohibition era "system purifier", was popular due to its 15% alcohol content
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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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Main Street, Richardson, Texas

Main Street, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: View down an unpaved street, wheel tracks visible, with buildings visible on both sides. On the left is a 3 or 4 store row of false fronted buildings with awnings in front. Behind them is a single building with the gabled ends perpendicular to the street. A railroad crossing sign is visible. On the horizon is a large barn. Both sides of the street have electrical/utility poles. On the right is a row of buildings/stores with awnings, some with false fronts. It looks as if there is a cross street just in front of the blocks of buildings, with another at the railroad crossing sign. View is to the west, of Main Street, Richardson, which is continuous with (and connects) East & West Belt Line Rds.
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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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Reddick Grocery Store, Richardson, Texas

Reddick Grocery Store, Richardson, Texas

Date: 1910 - 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Three men standing in grocery store. Unknown McKamy (left), Tom McKamy (center), Charlie Reddick (right.) Fresh fruits and vegetables, canned goods, banana stalk hanging from ceiling hook.
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