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[Bronco Busting]

Description: Photograph of several men standing around a man who has a bronco pinned to the ground. Two men are holding ropes that are tied to the bronco and another man is holding the bronco's tail. There are buildings visible in the background. Printed on the lower part of the photograph is, "Saddleinga Texas Broncho First Time".
Date: unknown
Creator: Willis Studio
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[H.D. Pearce & Co. Book & News Depot]

Description: Photograph of several men standing and sitting in front of the H.D. Pearce & Co. Book and News Depot. Below the store sign is another sign for the post office. Handwritten above the photograph is "In Runnels City 1885" and handwritten below the photograph is "[ ] of Runnels Co. 1st Business [ ] Hubert Pearce". Typed on the back of the photograph is, "The store of H.D. Pearce at Runnels City was one of the first businesses to be established in Runnels County. This picture was made in 1885, a year before the founding of Ballinger. Hubert Pearce, now of Dallas, then 15, is shown with the cross mark on his shirt in the picture. The man with the white beard is J.R. Nunn".
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Parade for President Theodore Roosevelt]

Description: Photograph of a parade taking place in the middle of a busy street. Several men and women line the street as men riding horses, men on foot, and President Theodore Roosevelt riding in a carriage pass by the onlookers. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "This picture was taken while Rosevelt was president and the soldiers in parade were Spanish-American War Veterans."
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Parade for President Theodore Roosevelt]

Description: Photograph of a parade taking place in the middle of a busy street. Several men and women line the street as men riding horses, men on foot, and President Theodore Roosevelt riding in a carriage pass by the onlookers. Printed on the lower side of the photograph is "President Roosvelt at FT. Worth, Tex. 4-8-05" and "Wade & Harmon Photo Dallas, Tex."
Date: unknown
Creator: Wade & Harmon Photo
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Residence of Neal Anderson]

Description: Photograph of a large three story house. Men in suits surround the front of the house and there is a horse drawn carriage on the right hand side of the photograph. Handwritten on the lower left hand side of the photograph is "Jan 1906." The house was home to Mr.Neal Anderson.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Teddy Roosevelt Visits Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of a large crowd surrounding President Theodore Roosevelt as he gives his farewell address from the back of a train. Printed on the lower right hand corner of the photograph is, "Preident Roosvelt's Farewell Address, FT. Worth, Tex. 4-8-05, & D.R.R., Wade & Harmon Photo, Dallas, Tex., Copyright applied for."
Date: unknown
Creator: Wade & Harmon Photo
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Residence of Guy Waggoner]

Description: Photograph of a two story house with a large garage attached at the back of the house. There are two men standing in the driveway and there are other houses visible in the background. The house was home to Mr. Guy Waggoner.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Residence of K.M. Van Zandt]

Description: Photograph of a one story house with a porch. The exterior of the house consists of wood paneling and there are posters posted on one of the corners of the house. Printed on the upper left hand corner of the photograph is "1865" and printed on the upper right hand corner of the photograph is "1915". The house was home to K.M. Van Zandt.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Sod House]

Description: Photograph of a family standing outside of their sod house. One man is sitting in a chair as another man and woman are standing.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Ryan Place Residence]

Description: Photograph of the Ryan Place residence. Visible in the photograph is a large two story house with an open yard surrounding the house. There is another house visible in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Street Scene of Spur, Texas]

Description: Photograph of several people and horse drawn carriages in the middle of a street, under a "Welcome" banner. There are several stores and businesses visible in the background. Printed on the lower part of the photograph is, "Spur, Tex, The Magic City".
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Plainview & Lubbock Stage]

Description: Photograph of the Plainview & Lubbock stagecoach being pulled by mules. There are four passengers seated inside the stagecoach. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "The stage coach as pictured was taken in Lubbock in 1907, just 30 years ago last Agust. The picture was taken on Sunday, when the mail did not run. Mr W.M. Crawford, driver was owner of the stage. The time to make the trip from Lubbock to Plainview a distance of approximately 45 miles, was a whole day. The schedule of the mail left Lubbock at sun-up arriving in Plainview after dark. The mules were changed at a point half-way and fresh livery carried the mail the remainder of the trip. The next day the journey was southward toward Lubbock, every two days a coach made the trip north to Plainview. About 2 years after the picture was made, another coach was added and daily service was given."
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Men and Carriage in Front of Hotel]

Description: Photograph of four men and a horse drawn carriage standing in front of a hotel. The man on the far left is holding a baby. From left to right is, Roy Keenan, Rick Talby, J.W. McAllister, and Bill Butts. Handwritten above the photograph is, "1885 Seymour, Tex".
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library