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[Adobe Building with a Collapsed Roof]

Description: Photograph of a single-story adobe structure with a roof that has completely collapsed in the middle. The walls below the collapsed roof are mostly gone. There appear to be no windows on the remaining walls. The ground around the building is flat and sparsely vegetated.The back of the photograph notes that "this is what winds and time did to the last structure built on the post, in 1885. Picture taken by the author in 1961."
Date: 1961
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Agreement for Subdivision of Property]

Description: Statement selling a parcel of 160 acres owned by John J. and Mollie Click to three women for $1000, to be paid down $5 per month. It is signed at the bottom by the buyers: Mrs. Minnie Barrett Grant, Mrs. Lotus Click Byus, and Mrs. Fannie Click Chambers.
Date: November 30, 1912
Creator: Mill Edwards Mill
Partner: Private Collection of J. K. Johnson

[Air Day Queens]

Description: Photograph of a group of ladies identified as the Air Day Queens and a gentleman is standing to their right. A few airplanes are seen in the background behind them.
Date: August 1946
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Alice Grierson and Friends Pose]

Description: Photograph of Alice Kirk Grierson and two friends posing for a picture outside of an adobe brick building at Fort Davis. Two women (left and center) wear pearl necklaces with blazers, while the man (right) wears a suit and bolo tie. All three wear thick glasses.
Date: 1972?
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Alice Grierson at a Fort Ceremony]

Description: Photograph of Alice Kirk Grierson posing outside of an adobe brick building in a floral-patterned suit with a skirt that falls just below the knee. She is wearing a pearl necklace and cat-eye glasses and she stands with her hands at her side, looking toward the camera.
Date: 1972?
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail
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