[Crowd and a Parked Bus in Front of an Open Church Entrance]

[Crowd and a Parked Bus in Front of an Open Church Entrance]

Date: March 29, 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a crowd of Hispanic church-goers standing in front of a church entrance. The crowd is made up of men, women, and children gathered into small, clustered groups. The church is a wood-slatted building with a row of windows on the right-hand side. It has a tall belfry that is attached to the open double-door entrance and cut off at the top edge of the image. A covered parking area is visible in the background on the far left-hand side of the image. There is a dirt road in the foreground with the back of a bus visible on the far left-hand side. There is a camera on a tripod also on the left in the foreground that is facing the church. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that reads, "Taft - new blglg. [Taken at convention, 3-23-1947?]"
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Seven Toddlers Sitting on a Porch]

[Seven Toddlers Sitting on a Porch]

Date: December 21, 1946
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of seven toddlers sitting on the steps of a porch. The three boys and four girls are all wearing matching light-colored outfits, socks, and running shoes. The concrete porch they are sitting on is attached to a wood-slatted building with a front door on the left-hand side of the image and two windows directly behind the children. The grassy yard around the house is visible in the foreground and in the background on the right-hand side of the image. There is also a swing set beside the house as well as some other structures which are visible in the background. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that reads, "Faft. - manse that burned".
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Bus Parallel Parked in Front of a Church]

[Bus Parallel Parked in Front of a Church]

Date: March 29, 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a bus parallel parked on a dirt road in front of a small wood-slatted church. The bus, which has curtains on the inside of the windows, has large lettering on the side that reads, "Missouri Pacific Trailways", "A Service Institution", and "National Trailways Bus System". The church, which is in the background behind the bus, spans the entire image. It has a tall belfry that is cut off at the top of the image. A covered parking area is visible on the far left-hand side of the image. There are several power lines and poles also visible in the background. There is a handwritten note on the back of the image that reads, "Taft, [Taken at convention, 3-23-1947?]".
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Crowd in Front of an Open Church Entrance]

[Crowd in Front of an Open Church Entrance]

Date: March 29, 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of Hispanic church-goers standing in a crowd in front of the entrance to their church. Most of the people in the group are facing the church, and there are a couple more smaller groups scattered throughout the image. The church building has a tall belfry that is connected to the double-door entrance and cut off at the top of the image. The building continues along the back right-hand side of the image, where there is another back entrance. There is a car parked in front of the church also on the far right-hand side. There is a camera attached to a tripod in the foreground across the dirt road from the church. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, "Taft, Texas 2nd Presby Church. [Taken at convention, 3-23-1947?]".
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[A Hispanic Couple Wearing Traditional Costumes]

[A Hispanic Couple Wearing Traditional Costumes]

Date: April 19, 1948
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a Hispanic couple dressed in traditional costumes. The first costume consists of a light, flowing dress with ruffles. The girl wearing this costume is also holding a folding fan, smiling, and standing on the right. The second costume consists of a dark, decorated jacket and matching knee-length pants. The two people are standing next to a building with windows on the right-hand side of the image and a grassy field with palm trees on the left-hand side. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that reads, "Pres-Mex Pan-Am. Day".
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Elderly Reverend on a Couch with Flower-Printed Pillows]

[Elderly Reverend on a Couch with Flower-Printed Pillows]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of an elderly caucasian man (identified as Reverend R.D. Campbell) in a dark suit and tie sitting on a couch. The reverend is looking straight foreward through round glasses. The couch he is sitting on, which is sitting in front of the corner of two blank walls, has a striped pattern. Five pillows are visible on the couch; two of them are floral printed and the reverend is clutching one of them. There is writing on the back of the photograph that reads, "R.D. Campbell". There is also a stamp on the back of the photograph that indicates the printing company and the day it was printed.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Elderly Couple Sitting on a Couch with Flower-printed Pillows]

[Elderly Couple Sitting on a Couch with Flower-printed Pillows]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of an elderly couple (identified as Reverend R.D. Campbell and Mrs. R.D. Campbell) sitting on a striped couch. Both of them are smiling and looking at the camera. The man is wearing a dark suit and tie, and the woman is wearing a two-toned three-quarter sleeved shirt. There is a floral-printed pillow on either side of the couple. The couch they are sitting on is positioned in front of the corner of two blank walls. Handwriting on the back reads, " Rev. & Mrs. R.D. Campbell A-50". There is also a stamp on the back of the photograph that indicates the printing company and the day it was printed.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary