Photograph of the west side of Commerce street in Childress, Texas. The street is lined with numerous parked automobiles and an unidentified group of people are standing in the center of the frame next to a postal box. The stores on the street with visible signs are (from left to right): City Cafe, Paul Pierce, Stanford Studio, R. Van-Wagner & Co., J. Earl Albright, Morris Tailor Shop and Shine Parlor, U.S. Post Office, Dr. James H. Jernigan X-Ray Diagnosis, Dr. Fred H. Cariker, Jewelry Simmon Deltah Pearls, Simmon Drugs-Soda.
Photograph of the Childress Y.M.C.A. in 1906 when R. H. Norris was the organizer and president. There are four unidentified young men on the sidewalk outside of the porch and three unidentified young men sitting on the stone porch wall. All seven men are looking at and posing for the camera in suits.
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