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[Midland in 1884]

Description: Photograph of a street scene in 1884 Midland, Texas. There are men on horse-drawn wagons in the photograph as well as multiple store fronts on the right.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Street scene in Midland]

Description: Photograph of a busy street scene in Midland, Texas. There is a crowd of people and wagons in the middle of the street. The photograph was taken on Christmas Day. Back of photograph: "A Midland far different from the one seen among will celebrate Christmas Monday. This picture was made at Midland on Christmas Day in 1892. It has been preserved by Lum Daugherty who sent it to the Pioneer Editor of the Star-Telegram."
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Street scene in Midland]

Description: Photograph of a street scene in Midland, Texas. The "Ray B. Wimberly General and Merchandise Store" and "The Favorite Saloon" are shown in the photograph. There is a crowd in front of the store fronts. There is a man riding a bicycle on the left.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Street scene in Midland]

Description: Photograph of a street scene in Midland, Texas. There are multiple wagons and crowds in the middle of the street. The City Meat Market and the Drug Store are visible.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Photograph of Lake in Midland]

Description: Photograph of a lake scene in Midland, Texas.There is a boat in the water and buildings in the background.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Street scene in Midland]

Description: Photograph of a street scene in Midland, Texas in the 1920s. The Llano Hotel is in the background, and there are cars lining the street.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library