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[Cattle Chute along a Hill]

Description: Photograph of a cattle chute that passes along a wooded hill. The structure is comprised of wooden fencing at either end and a pair of brick walls near the center of the photo and in front of a small shack. Cattle can be seen shuffling along the chute and in a herd in the background.
Date: 1915~
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

[Eight Photos of Ranch Life and Properties]

Description: Page from a worn leather scrapbook containing eight photos of ranch life and family properties. The first photo shows the "Washington House," a two story stone building covered with snow. To its right, people observe a man on horseback in a photo labeled "Reynolds Ranch." On the third, there are three boys in bathing suits standing on a tree trunk that hovers over a creek. Next is a view of a snow covered hillside. The first photo on the third row shows a wooden building, a woodpile, and a cattle chute on the side of a hill. Next, cowboys with a car work near bare trees. The last two photos show a cowboy named Ray Rodriguez in a pen with a calf.
Date: 1910
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

[Matthews Family Members Standing Outdoors]

Description: Photograph of four individuals standing outdoors, three of which are women and one of which is a man. The two women on the left, Lucile Matthews (Brittingham) and Sallie Reynolds Matthews are wearing full-length, long-sleeved dresses. The man to their right, John A. Matthews, is wearing a brimmed hat, a shirt, a tie, a vest, and pants; he has his hands clasped at his stomach. On his right is Sallie Matthews (Judd), whose face and a portion of her dress are the only part of her that is visible.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

[Men and Animal along a Cattle Chute]

Description: Photograph of two men standing along a cattle chute that is currently occupied by an obscured animal. The chute is made of wooden fences that moves from the left off camera into a brick enclosure. One of the men stands on a dirt path outside of the wooden structure, while another stands on top of the brick wall.
Date: 1915~
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

[Portrait of William David Reynolds]

Description: Photograph portrait of William David Reynolds wearing a three piece suit and glasses. He has white hair. To the right of the portrait is a horizontally placed white plastic twelve inch ruler printed with "The Portal to Texas History." There is a color swatch with twenty four different colors in the top right section.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Kerr
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

[Seated Boy Scouts and an Automobile Advertisement]

Description: Page from Watt Matthews' smooth cowhide album. On the left side of the page is a black and white 5 x 7 in. print of a group of boy scouts. Several young boys, some wearing uniforms, are sitting in the grass along with a few adult men. A man in a double-breasted suit is standing behind the group on the right; he is holding a book in his right arm. A canopy of trees forms the background. On the right side of the page is a an advertisement for the Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan. On the ad is a drawing of a Packard "Thirty" Roundabout with Victoria top.
Date: 1910
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

Two of My Thoroughbred Fillies

Description: Photograph of a man in a ranch yard who is holding two horses by their reins. Writing underneath the photo indicates that the horse on the left is named "Fashion" and that the one of the right is "Armie Gentry." Their ages and coat types are mentioned.
Date: 1910
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

Watt Reynolds Matthews

Description: Photograph of Watt Reynolds Matthews as a boy, wearing a checked jacket, high collar, and a neck tie. An artist's signature is written underneath his vignetted form. His name is written along the bottom of the page. The left side of the photo is a cover with a venous pattern.
Date: 1910
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch