Rescuing Texas History, 2007 - 11 Matching Results

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[Women at Stark House]

Description: Photograph of five women standing in the front yard of the Stark House in Orange, Texas. The women are L-R: Mrs. W.H. Stark, Mrs. E.W. Bancroft (age 91), Mrs. Jerry Stark, Mrs. Cheatham, and Mrs. Howe.
Date: 1935
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Dust Storm, Wheeler Texas

Description: Image of a large dust storm about to engulf Wheeler, Texas. There is a tall courthouse with white pillars on the right side of the frame, other buildings and automobiles. In the foreground is a wide dirt road. Written across the bottom is, "WHEELER, Texas. 4/14 '35 6:30 PM"
Date: April 14, 1935
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

Dust Storm in Darrouzett, Texas

Description: View of a long and wide dirt road leading to a large dust storm that is about to engulf the town of Darrouzett, Texas. There are a few people on the left side of frame. Written on the bottom of the print is, "Dust Storm Approaching Darrouzett, Texas. April 14th 1935.
Date: April 14, 1935
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

Dust Storm in Perryton, Texas

Description: Photograph of enormous dust clouds engulfing the town of Perryton, Texas. Across the bottom is written, "Dust Storm - Perryton, Texas. April 14, 1935. No. 4. The Perry Studio - Perryton, Texas".
Date: April 14, 1935
Creator: The Perry Studio
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Rusk School Rhythm Band]

Description: Photo of the Rusk School Rhythm Band 1935-36 - First Row, Left to Right: Patsy McKeithan, Geraldine Cato, Geraldyne Seymour, Bronson Lee, Alvie Tucker, Gene Crass, Herbert Woods, Arlette Flornoy, Billie Hudson Second row: Tom Kolstad, Sara Thomas, Edwin Dietz, Patricia Liles, Elton Dyal, Eugene Dietz, Imogene Sharp, Joyce Langston, Laura Greer, Patricia Smith, Carolyn George, Addie Marie Coleman, Dorothy Goebel, Doris Burkhalter, John Lamar Roberson, James Fryar, Eva Dell Butler, Billy Richardson, Grady Carson, Lester Bush, Howard Bennett
Date: [1935..1936]
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission

[Six Texas & Pacific Trains head to the 1936 Rose Bowl]

Description: Texas and Pacific Railway's six special trains, which carried football fans to the Rose Bowl game in Pasadena, California, which was played on January 1, 1936, await the hour of departure in the Dallas Union Terminal Station on Sunday afternoon, December 29, 1935. Train No. 1, christened the "Flagship" headed by Engine No. 905, a 900 Class Mountain type 4-8-2 locomotive, stands on the track at extreme right.
Date: December 29, 1935
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad