Photograph of the inside of the Curtner Drug Store. Two people are looking at products in a glass display in the center of the store. Three other men are standing behind the counters in the background. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the man on the left with the dark cup is Ruel Curtner, and the man on the right with the dark hat is "Papa" Curtner.
Copy negative of an early school in Cleveland, Texas. A large group of people is standing in front of the building facing towards the camera. There are two people in the background in the doorway of the school.
Photograph of the Wakefield sheeting and pile driver at White Rock Lake and the men working on it. The machine is emitting thick, dark smoke into the air. The inscription on the bottom explain and date the image.
Photograph of a group of students from Pleasant Hill School. The students are standing outdoors in front of a building, and are lined up in four rows. The youngest children are standing in the first two rows. An accompanying note identifies some of the students; those identified in the first row are Bertrude Peggram Clark, Fran Abbott, Morris Abbot, Lou Ellen Burdine, Rosa Bell Peggram, Carla Fields, Neil Fields, Horace Bible, and John Abbot. Those identified in the second row are Miss Lou Goodnight (teacher), Uple Holland, Mae Beth Wilson, Ola Starr Hunter, and Ray Burdine. Those identified in the third row are Mildred Abbott, Vera Abbott, Alice White Ammons, Bertha Fields, Mary Burdine, Curtis Jones, Frank Wilson, and Elroy Burdine. Those identified in the back row are Zula Holland, Ivy Fields, Conrad Jones, Walter Burdiner, Arnold Holland, Ernest Abbott, and Willie Fields.
Photograph of the South side of the square in Wellington. There are multiple small stores and a hotel in the foreground, and the First Baptist Church is located in the upper left side of the photograph. The streets around the square are not paved.
Photograph of a train engine, identified as a thrasher engine. It has large wheels and a covering over the conductor's area. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the engine was B. H. Ford's.
Photograph of a group of students from Wellington School. They are pictured indoors, sitting in three rows. Most of the students are girls wearing white blouses and dresses. There are five young boys pictured at the right of the photograph.