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  Partner: Richardson Public Library
 Decade: 1910-1919
 Collection: Texas History Collection
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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Children of John and Elizabeth (Lezze) Campbell, Richardson, Texas

Children of John and Elizabeth (Lezze) Campbell, Richardson, Texas

Date: c. 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: 5 children - studio portrait. Rita Mae, holding Jack. Ima, standing. Robert seated, wearing suit. Mary, seated in front. Written on back: on back of picture: John & Lezze Campbell Family ca 1910. Rita holding Jack (McGuire) deceased. Ima (standing) (Forman. Robert deceased. Mary C. (Harrison). Jack deceased. Roma - the baby not yet born when (Smithwick) picture was made (deceased).]
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Jesse Harben family, Richardson, Texas

Jesse Harben family, Richardson, Texas

Date: c. 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: 5 people. Two women, one man standing in front of a stone wall structure. Two children, a boy wearing a white hat, and a girl, are seated in front of the man. The wall/structure appears to be made of large blocks of sandstone or limestone, cemented. Neither the side edges nor the top edge of the structure is visible. The location is possibly Kirkland Park. Written on back: LR- Jessie Blewett Harben Eula Huffhines Harben Jesse Harben [14 Dec 1888 - Oct 1973] Carson Harben Lucille Huffhines (?)
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Richardson Telephone Company Supply Room, Richardson, Texas

Richardson Telephone Company Supply Room, Richardson, Texas

Date: c. 1916
Creator: unknown
Description: Bill Strait, standing in supply room. Racks of wooden-cased telephones visible. Handwritten on back: "Hello Boys" [signed] Bill Strait Mr. Strait was the lineman, and his wife was the operator, ca. 1916.
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