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[Baby in Knee-Length White Gown]

Description: Photograph of 1 person. There are two images with two poses. The poses are full-length, front. The child is facing front, wearing a knee-length, short-sleeve white gown. The child is standing on a wooden chair with arms. His/her right hand and arm are resting on the back of the chair. There is handwriting written vertically between the two images.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Canadian High School]

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of a building identified as Canadian High School, the first public high school. The brick building is three-stories high; at the top of the building there is an emblem with the letters, "C H S." An antenna extends from the right side of the roof. A group of children are standing around the building. Some of the children are playing on see-saws. In the background, there are houses. In the foreground, there is a dirt road. Text on the photograph says "Canadian High [School]."
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Canadian High School]

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of a building identified as Canadian High School, the first public high school. The brick building is three-stories high; at the top of the building, there is an emblem with the letters, "C H S." An antenna extends from the right side of the roof. Trees surround the building. In the background, there are houses. In the foreground, there is a dirt road. Text on the photograph says "[Canadian] High [School]."
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Child Seated on Arm of Chair]

Description: Photograph of 1 person. There are two images with two front, full-length poses. The child is facing front. The child is wearing a long-sleeved, white gown with lace edging on the hem, neck, and sleeves. Behind the child is a woman is a long, light-colored dress. She is holding the child upright from the back and is wearing a bracelet.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Display at Old Dutch Cleanser]

Description: Photograph of a display window at Old Dutch Cleanser. The display consists of several boxes stacked on one another and streamers hanging above the boxes. Text on the boxes says "Takhoma Biscuit," "Sunshine L. W. Soda Crackers," "Sunshine Banana Bars," "Sunshine Biscuits," "Sunshine Chocolate Fingers," and "Perfetto." A fan with streamers attached to it is sitting on top of boxes on the right side.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Display in Gerlach Store]

Description: Photograph of a display window at Gerlach. The display consists of a toy house with two dolls sitting outside of it, and a bed surrounded by two dressers with mirrors attached. On the right side of the display, there is a dark-colored screen. A sign in the display says "Homes Furnished Complete. Step Inside. Electrical Work & Appliances." Text written on the photograph says "Window Decoration [-] Gerlach Store."
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Girls Class Portrait]

Description: Photograph of 14 people. A group of fourteen girls is photographed in one full-length front-facing pose. They are standing in front of a brick building with windows. They are all wearing matching outfits composed of a light-colored shirt with a collar, a dark sweater with a Wildcats "C" logo, dark skirts, and hats. There is a Wildcats flag behind them.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Goat at Red Cross Sale]

Description: Photograph of 1 animal. A goat is photographed facing left. The goat is white with long curly hair. It may be an Angora. The goat was sold at a Red Cross benefit sale.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Humphrey Grocery Company]

Description: Photograph of a display window at Humphrey Grocery Company. The display consists of several boxes stacked on one another. Text on the boxes say "Supreme Biscuit," "Supreme Crackers Cakes Biscuit," "Fig Newtons," "Salad Wafers[-]Dainty Salted Crackers," "Supreme Velma Creams," "Supreme Ginger Snaps," "Cream Sandwich," and "Supreme Soda." Above the boxes, there are two crossed American flags. There is a banner with two stars and a banner with crosses. In the foreground, a sign is laying against the building that says "The Humphrey Gro. Co. Wholesalers and Retailers in Fancy and Staple Groceries;" a framed poster is sitting to the right of the sign.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Infant Sitting on Table]

Description: Photograph of 1 person. There are two images with two full-length, front poses. The child is facing the front. The child is sitting on a table. The child is wearing a white, short-sleeved sundress. The child is smiling and leaning forward in both images. A large arm is on the right top of the table.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of Automotive Dealership]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of a car dealership. One man wearing a suit and tie is standing in between two cars. The cars have hood ornaments consisting of wing shapes. On the left side of the cars, there is a sign that says "Pontiac Six." On the right side of the cars, there is a table with plants on it.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of Cafe]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of a cafe in Mobeetie, Texas. One man is standing behind a counter with display cases on it, and another man is standing behind an adjoining bar. One of the men is identified as Charlie Rice. In the foreground, there is a stove and stools sitting near the bar. In the background, there are several images hanging on the wall, including images of people, and signs that say "Wrigley's Spearmint By the Box or Package" and "Cracker Jack with Prize."
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of Drug Store]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of a drug store. One man is standing behind a counter, and one man is standing in front of it; both men are wearing hats. The counters are filled with products. On the left counter, there is a Ray Lite flashlight display. In the foreground, a rug covers the floor, and a refrigerator is against a wall to the right. In the background, there are several posters and two calendars on the back wall.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of First State Bank]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of First State Bank in Mobeetie, Texas. One man is standing at a counter to the right of the image, and is looking down at papers in his hand. The counter has books, stamps, a pencil sharpener, and other miscellaneous objects on it. Another man is standing at a machine located in floor space between the counter and a safe; he is looking down at an open book. Both of the men are wearing dark-colored suits. An open safe with various papers and boxes inside of it is located to the left of the image. Text above the safe doorway says "First State Bank." There is a calendar on the wall and to the left of the safe door, and there is also a calendar above the door.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of J. J. Long's Store]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of J. J. Long's Store in Mobeetie, Texas. Four men are standing in the store; they are identified as Sam Mooris, Johnny Long, Pete Long, and Mansel Coffee. To the left of the image, one man is standing behind a counter. A glass display case filled with products is sitting on top of it. Behind the counter, several shelves filled with products line the wall. To the right of the image, two men are standing behind a seed display. Signs on the display say "D. M. Ferry & Co[.]'s Seeds" and "Seeds." Behind the two men, there is a stack of products in sacks. A display of canned items are to the right of the men. In the background, there is another man standing beside the counter.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of Notary Public Office]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of the Notary Public Office in Mobeetie, Texas. Three men are sitting at desks, and one girl is sitting on a box in the background. The people are identified as Houston Parks, Horace Parks, F. P. Reid, and Shirley Parks. The men on the left and in the center of the image have typewriters on their desks. The man on the right is writing. Several bookshelves, a map of Texas, a calendar, and a telephone are hanging on the walls. In the foreground, there is a stove and a wooden chair. In the background, there is a sign on the wall that says "Notary."
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of Panhandle Lumber Yard]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of Panhandle Lumber Yard in Mobeetie, Texas. One man, identified as C. M. Scott (manager), is standing at a wooden counter. In front of the counter, there is a stove. Behind the counter, there are several shelves filled with cans. On the wall behind the man, there is a painting of a dog, a sign that says "Neu-Tone Flat Wall Finish," a telephone, a calendar, and other paper items.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of Store]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of an unidentified general store. One man is standing behind a counter on the right side of the image. He is wearing a dark-colored sweater and tie. He is surrounded by a variety of products; distinguishable products include dishes, silverware, locks, clocks, and seeds.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of T. O. Arnold Store]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of T. O. Arnold Store. Two children, identified as Rex and Leta Arnold, are standing in between display shelves and a display cases. On the left side of the image, there is a display case filled with hats. On the right side of the image, two men and one woman are standing behind the display case. Text on the sides of boxes in the case says "Cracker Jack." In the background, there is a man and two children standing. Shelves filled with products line the walls.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Interior View of Wm. H. Ellis Dry Goods]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of Wm. H. Ellis Dry Goods Store in Mobeetie, Texas. Five people are standing amongst the store; they are identified as Wm. H. Ellis, Hugh Ellis, Nealey, Charlie Ellis, and Shirley Parks. One man is standing behind a counter to the left of the image. A glass display case filled with fabric products is sitting on top of the counter. Three boys are standing in the center of the image; two are standing close to a display case filled with products, and one boy is further in the background. A sign on top of the case says "Special Sale." One man is standing behind a class display case filled with fabric products, to the right of the image. Boxes of products are sitting on top of the counter. Several shelves filled with bolts of fabrics line both sides of the store. In the background, there are other various items.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Photograph of a Cafe]

Description: Photograph of the front of a cafe. It is a one-story building with a door and three windows in the front. There is a wooden awning in the front that is supported by two poles in each corner. Next to the front door, there are two advertising signs, one for "7up" and the other for "Royal Crown Cola." On the edge of the awning, there is a small sign that says "Coffee 5 Cents." On top of the awning, there appears to be a metal air conditioning unit. The signs that are attached to the top of the building say "Check-In Station Truck Stop" and "Cafe." On top of the building, "W.O. Rich" is painted.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Photograph of a Cafe and an Automobile]

Description: Photograph of the front of a cafe. The cafe is one-story with a door, three windows in the front, and a wooden awning over the front that is supported by two wooden poles at the corners. There are two advertising signs by the front door, one that says "7up" and the other says "Royal Crown Cola." On the edge of the awning, there is a sign that says "Coffee 5 Cents." On the top of the awning, there appears to be a large metal air conditioner. Next to the building, there is an automobile parked; above the automobile, attached to the building are two signs, one that says "Cafe" and the other says "Check-In Station Truck Stop." "W. O. Rich" is painted on the top of the front of the building.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Photograph of a Paper]

Description: This photograph is of what appears to be a piece of paper on top of unidentified objects. The paper has an illustration in the center of a man riding a horse and around it, the words Stampede, Shattuck, Okla, August 13, 14 appear.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Photograph of a Row of Businesses and Automobiles]

Description: Photograph of 2 people. This photograph is of a row of businesses that continue down the street with rows of automobiles in front of them. There is a large building at the end that faces the street, a lamppost in the middle of the street, and two more cars and a few businesses across the street. The first business in the photograph has a sign that reads The Individual Shop and there are two men standing outside the front doors. They both appear to be wearing hats and jackets.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum