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[An unidentified man carrying a deer killed in a hunt]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified man carrying a deer killed in a hunt. The man is possibly game warden Elliot ?. Automobile door to the far right of photograph. Trees in background. Poem type written on back of photograph: "The Game Warden helps you find your buck, And then with willing grin, He heists him to his shoulders, And he helps you tote him in!" In pencil: "22 6".
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Albert Peyton George with his trophy prong-horn antelope from a hunt]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George with his trophy Prong-horn Antelope from a hunt on the Adobe Ranch. Mr. George is holding the horn of the antelope in his right hand. Mr. George is wearing pants, shirt, sweater, tie, jacket, and a cap. Typewritten in black on back of photograph: "To Albert George our hats we doff: He downed this buck from a fur piece off! Adobe Ranch, Oct. 12/44" . Also written in pencil: "22 6". The photograph has scalloped edging.
Date: October 12, 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Three men standing around an automobile with a hunted deer on the hood]

Description: Photograph of three men standing around an automobile (game warden emblem on door). Man in foreground is holding up the head of a deer that he killed in a hunt. Albert Peyton George is the second man from the left. There is a rifle leaning against the front of the vehicle. Large oak tree in right background. Type written poem on back of photograph: "Ol' Elyit's got his chin up 'Cause the sun got in his eyes. But he'd make some gal a pin-up With this dandy pronghorn prize!" and in pencil: 22 6".
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men and six women standing under a large oak tree]

Description: Photograph of two men and six women standing under a large oak tree. To the right of the tree is a free-standing plaque with the only legible words being: "THE NANCY STYLES JONES OAK TREE" . There is a wooden topped table in the right bottom corner of the photograph. A storage tank can be seen to the left of the tree. White wooden building in the background.
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Nelson Linke as a 16 year old]

Description: Bust photograph (copy) of a young man. Written on the back of the photograph in pencil: "Nelson Linke - 16 yrs old) circa 1944 son of Hilda [&] Leo Linke) school picture - probably Richmond HS". The young man, who has dark hair combed back with a curl pulled forward on left, is wearing a white shirt. The photograph is faded into an oval.
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park