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[Gulf Service Station in Austin]
Photograph of Anderson's Gulf Service Station and crew located on the 1700 block of East 12th Street. The four man crew poses around the front end of a car at the gas pump. A service station car is parked streetwise, in front of the station. A service pickup truck is parked on the right side of the station.
Shiner's Parade
Photograph of a scene from Shriner Ben Hur Parade with Marshall Jimmie Jones riding in the back seat of a white Chrysler New Yorker convertible. A sign with his name hangs over the side of the car. Spectators are faintly visible in the background standing in front of parked cars along the parade route. Behind the spectators the lit signs of various businesses are visible, including Russel Stover Candies, a hotel, a cafe, and a bank.
Austin Beverage Company [warehouse interior]
Photograph of the interior of the Austin Beverage Company warehouse/distribution center at 411 Chicon Street. The trucks bear advertisements for the beverages they transport including "Jax Special Pale Brew" and "Blatz Pilsener Beer". Crates marked "Canada Dry" sit at the right of the image, ready to be loaded onto the empty truck at the left.
[Congress avenue 500 block street scenes]
Photograph of the 500 block of Congress Avenue. Western Auto Supply Stores and J.C. Penny department store can be seen behind the very busy street. The pedestrians are in coats and hats, and holiday lights are strung across the avenue.
[Congress Avenue 500 block street scenes]
Photograph of the 500 block of Congress Avenue opposite Western Auto Supply Stores and J. C. Penny. Cars line the near side of the street, leaving the far side empty of parked cars and traffic. Williams T.H. & Company department store and Mueller Travel are visible on the opposite side of the street. Holiday lights are strung from one side of the avenue to the other.
[Austin Beverage Company exterior]
Photograph of the exterior of the Austin Beverage Company factory and warehouse located at 1923 E. Seventh Street. Six cars and company trucks are parked in front of the main entrance. Seven drivers and company executives pose around the vehicles.
[Child on a horse]
Photograph of a young girl on a horse. The girl and horse are on a road with a fenced field behind them.
[Junior-Senior Banquet at Liberty Hill High School]
Photograph of the Junior-Senior Banquet at Liberty Hill High School on May 15, 1953. Co-ed students in formal dress are seated around the exterior of tables arranged in a "U" shape.
[Men examining brickwork at St. Paul's Lutheran School]
Photograph of three men examining the brickwork at St. Paul's Lutheran School. The engraved stone says "St. Paul's Ev. Luth. School 1890-1930." The photograph was taken 23 years after the last date on the engraving. One of the men holds a box that is covered in brick dust while the other two look on. They have not yet opened the box.
[Applying Scotchlite Striping to police cars]
Photograph of members of the Austin Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees) applying Scotchlight reflective striping tape to the bumpers of police cars. Four Jaycees and two police officers stand around the rear of the vehicle. A roll of striping tape sits on the trunk of the car.
Sani-Products for Texas [employee and customers]
Photograph of a Sani-Products for Texas employee handing out products to customers in front of the company truck. A man and woman accept a bag of potato chips from the employee. The truck's rear doors are open, and the truck is packed to the roof with boxes of Sani-Products potato chips and corn chips boxes.
Watson-Lewis [furnished living room]
Photograph of a living room furnished by Watson-Lewis Home Furnishings. A matching sofa and love seat sit on opposite sides of a large coffee-table with cushions in the center of the room. At the window is a table with two bright table lamps and an urn.
Austin Country Club [exterior]
Photograph of the exterior entrance and parking lot of the Country Club of Austin, located on East Riverside Drive on the east end of Felix Avenue. Cars are lined up in the parking lot on this sunny day. A woman exits the building while another woman stands at the entrance.
Watson-Lewish [furnished dining room]
Photograph of a dining room furnished by Watson-Lewis Home Furnishings. Through a sliding slatted doors, a dining room table and four chairs are visible in the center of the room. A crystal chandelier hangs above the table. On the left near the far side of the room is a sideboard with silver candlesticks and dinnerware. Above the sideboard hangs a gilded mirror. A fifth dining chair sits in against the right-hand wall. The curtains are drawn against the sliding glass doors at the rear of the room.
[Daughters of the American Revolution Austin headquarters]
Photograph of the exterior of the Daughters of the American Revolution (Thankful Hubbard Chapter) headquarters at 708 San Antonio Street in Austin, Texas.
[Construction at Holy Cross Hospital]
Photograph of expansion construction on the grounds of Holy Cross Hospital. The grounds have been broken and cleared, though construction has not yet begun on the structure to appear at this location. A couple of cars are at the construction site. A man with a wheelbarrow and two other men appear near the hospital buildings.
[Two Men at early computers]
Photograph of two men reading the printouts of an early dot-matrix printer. Reams of paper sit on a shelf underneath the printer and feeds into the machine from below. The printout feeds directly into a box that sits on the floor behind the printer. One man sits in front of the machine and the other looks over the printout from behind. In the rear of the image are reel-to-reel cabinets. On the desk at the front is an early IBM switchboard. Florescent lights are overhead, and exposed vents cool the room.
Early computers and office
Photograph of two men in an early computing office. Two men observe a printer readout. One man sits in front of the machine, one stands behind the machine and leans over to read. The paper feeds from a shelf under the printer, through the machine, and into a box on the floor behind the machine. Reel-to-reel cabinets sit behind the men on the right, and a large IBM switchboard sits on a desk to the left. Exposed overhead ducts and vents are cooling the room.
[Batman premiere at Paramount Theater]
Photograph of the premiere of the movie Batman at the Paramount Theater in Austin. A large crowd gathers to see Adam West and Burt Ward live and in person on stage in front of the theater. The crowd extends down the sidewalks on both sides of the theater. On a balcony on the right, a group of people hold a "Welcome Batman" sign. Cars drive by on the street below.
[Rural barrack buildings]
Photograph of the exterior of rural, barrack-style buildings, possibly owned by the State Hospital Board. One car is parked at a building in the back, but other buildings appear empty. No other vehicles or people are on the property.
[Butler's Shoes (interior)]
Photograph of the interior sales floor of Butler's Shoes at 712 Congress Avenue. Two rows of chairs are arranged back to back and divide the shoe store into two halves. They face the walls of the store, which contain boxes of shoes. There are two displays: one of women's shoes and handbags on the right, and one of men's shoes on the back wall of the store. There are no people in the shoe store.
[Adams Extract Open House]
Photograph of a line of men, women, and children at the Adams Extract factory open house. Three factory workers stand at the machinery, while most men and women talk to each other in groups or wait for samples behind a rope.
[C.B. Smith Used Car Lot]
Photograph of C.B. Smith Motors Used Car lot at 5408 Burnett Road. Several cars are visible in the lot, parked near the street. Strings of lights and bunting hang across the lot. The dealearship building is visible in the background behind the cars. A sign for Safeway is visible down the road from the car lot.
[Children near a pool]
Photograph of a group of children on the grass near a pool. Two men stand behind the children. The girls are dressed for summer and are enjoying their time outdoors.
Our Lady of Guadalupe [graduating class of 1953]
Photograph of the graduating class of 1953 of Our Lady of Guadalupe School in Austin, Texas. The class is composed of twelve young women and five young men, all proudly holding their diplomas. They are posed in two rows, women seated in the front row and men and women standing in the second row. All wear dark gown and mortar board caps with white tassels.
Simmons Motor Company [garage]
Photograph of the mechanics work area of the Simmons Motor Company garage. A myriad of mechanics tools and machines line the walls of the garage, but the floor is shiny and free of clutter. Signs hang above the work space reading "Austin's Largest Independent New Car Dealer / authorized to sell all makes" and "Interference makes a mechanic's work less efficient."
Anderson High School [building exterior and students]
Photograph of a group of students outside the entrance to Anderson High School. In the mixture of boys and girls, most students are exiting the building after school, while a few stand and talk to each other. One girl sits on the wall and reads from a notebook. The girls all wear long skirts, blouses, white socks and black shoes. The boys wears slacks and shirts, and one wears a jacket.
Continential Airlines [storefront]
Photograph of the storefront for Continental Airlines after store business hours. There is no one at the desk, which has a fresh potted plant on it. A map of the United States with Continental Airlines services indicated is on the wall behind the desk. In the window are a model aircraft and various advertisements.
Anderson High School [basketball team]
Photograph of the 1956 Anderson High School basketball team. The boys are lined up in one line according to height, facing left. They wear shiny warm-up track suits, which have numbers embroidered on the shoulders. Every other boy holds a basketball under his arm against his left hip. The photo was taken on the basketball court, under one of the baskets.
[Adams Extract display]
Photograph of a D.G. Benjamin Advertising campaign for Adams Extract displayed at a local retailer. A grocer in a white shirt and apron and bow-tie holds up a box of Adams Best, priced fifteen cents. Adams Pure Almond and Pure Lemon extracts retail for twenty-nine cents. Adams Extract is a top-shelf item in the spice aisle above McCormick and Colman's spices and extracts.
[H.E.B. Food Store at Allandale Villiage]
Photograph of H.E.B. Food Store at Allandale Village shopping center in Austin. Workers on the roof prepare the sign for the grand opening.
[Abel Stationers at retail fair]
Photograph of Abel Stationers booth at a retail fair. An employee talks to a customer reclining in a chair. Another employee talks to a man at a typewriter at a desk in the background. The showroom is set up to look like a modern office, with wares on display as they would appear in an office setting. Other booths and customers are visible in the background.
[Allandale Village storefront]
Photograph of the Allandale Village storefronts. Two stores are open for business: H.E.B. Food Stores and Francis Floorcovering, despite the unpaved parking lot. Other storefronts on the right side of the building appear to be empty.
Round Rock Motor Company [exterior]
Photograph of Round Rock Motor Company garage and service station. Two cars are parked halfway in two garages. A number of cars are parked around the lot near signs advertising used cars for sale. Three gas pumps sit at the street side of the station. A sign advertises Sinclair Gasoline and another sign advertises regular gas for 21 cents.
Carnation Milk [residential delivery]
Photograph of a Carnation Milk delivery van and three milkmen on a residential street. Two milkmen hold a basket of milk bottles while a third stands behind them in the open door of the van. In the background, a woman at house numbered 1401 stands at her screen door.
[Capital National Bank opening interior]
Photograph of the empty interior of the Capital National Bank before the grand opening. A large, square, marble pillar is in the middle of the room. At the back left are the teller counters which are also marble. In the back right are desks and chairs. No customers are in the lobby. No tellers are at the windows. No bankers are at the desks.
Walker's Austex [beef stew pie display]
Photograph of Walker's Austex Beef Stew Pie display at a local retail fair. The display is a giant beef stew pie with cans of Austex beef stew lining the booth walls. Signs for the product claim "Austex Beef Stew Pie: It's Quick, It's Inexpensive, It's Easy to Serve. Just fill a pie shell with one can Austex Beef Stew" and "An Austex Budget Meal costs less than 50 cents to make an Austex Beef Stew Pie."
Capital National Bank [exterior]
Photograph of the original Capital National Bank building exterior. Signs on the building for Norwood Motoramp, McCall-Smith-Hiblew, and a storage facility are visible. Several pedestrians are visible in the street.
Southern Union Gas Company [servicemen]
Photograph of the 1952 Southern Union Gas Company servicemen. The team of 30 servicemen are arranged in two lines. They are flanked by a row of cars each on the left and right, parked all the way back to their garage.
All Saints Church [exterior]
Photograph of the exterior of All Saints Episcopal Church at 209 West 27th Street. Cars are visible parked on the street.
[Athol Estes home]
Photograph of the home of Athol Estes, wife of William Sydney Porter, known in literary circles by his pen name O. Henry. The two-story house is white, and trees and a birdbath are visible on the small front lawn. Two young children hold hands on the front walk. A car is parked on the street in front of the house. The narrow driveway on the left side of the house appears ill-cared for.
[Mrs. Molly Wynn turns 100]
Photograph of Mrs. Molly Winn atop a donkey at her 100th birthday celebration in Austin, Texas. A Kash 'N' Karry Grocery is visible in the background. The date may have been mis-recorded and might be 1953.
[Acock Laboratories interior equipment]
Photograph of the interior of the Acock Laboratories in east Austin near East Fifth Street. The machinery is dirty with use, and a fresh bag of Acock Brand product sits on one of the machines on the right.
[Sinclair Gasoline station at Allendale Village]
Photograph of Sinclair gasoline and service station. The Allendale Village Shopping Center is visible in the background behind the service station. Sinclair's washing garage door is closed, but the lubrication station door is open. A car drives to the gasoline pumps. A second car is parked near the washing garage. A couple of homes are visible on the left behind the station. The Allendale Village parking lot is full of cars.
[Allan Shivers and KTSA at the governor's office]
Photograph of Texas state governor Allan Shivers and others from KTSA at the governor's office.
[State hospital board kitchen]
Photograph of the interior of the State Hospital Board barrack-type building. The kitchen here is supplied with pots, pans, mixing bowls, measuring cups, and various other kitchen ware. The ovens and stoves are in the center of the room and are flanked by two food preparation tables (one in front and one in back). On the right side of the room is a large sink. At the back of the room, the door to the food storage area is open.
[Men in Vaught Hardware Store]
Photograph of three men in front of a Crosley radio display in Vaught Hardware store. On the left, a contest winner receives a check and certificate from two men in the center and on the right for participation in a Crosley Radio contest. Behind the men are a selection of Crosley radios and a sign that reads "Crosley...In all Radio. No finer performance. No greater beauty."
[Totem pole at Camp Mabry]
Photograph of the totem pole at the Texas Military Forces Museum at Camp Mabry. The totem pole was erected by the Royal Canadian Air Force in honor of Texans who served in the RCAF during World War II.
[Capital National Bank motor ramp]
Photograph of the drive in window service for Capital National Bank. A car pulls into the covered drive on the right while a second car pulls out of the covered drive on the left. A third car is parked on the shoulder while a man utilizes the walk-up teller window.
[Holly Street Power Plant Construction]
Photograph of the exterior of the Holly Street Power Plant. The wall still needs to be constructed, and the interior support beams and columns are visible from the outside. Two pickup trucks and a cement mixer are visible on the left. A disconnected crane claw sits on the ground near two construction sheds in front of the building.