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[Bus Parallel Parked in Front of a Church]
Photograph of a bus parallel parked on a dirt road in front of a small wood-slatted church. The bus, which has curtains on the inside of the windows, has large lettering on the side that reads, "Missouri Pacific Trailways", "A Service Institution", and "National Trailways Bus System". The church, which is in the background behind the bus, spans the entire image. It has a tall belfry that is cut off at the top of the image. A covered parking area is visible on the far left-hand side of the image. There are several power lines and poles also visible in the background. There is a handwritten note on the back of the image that reads, "Taft, [Taken at convention, 3-23-1947?]".
[Crowd and a Parked Bus in Front of an Open Church Entrance]
Photograph of a crowd of Hispanic church-goers standing in front of a church entrance. The crowd is made up of men, women, and children gathered into small, clustered groups. The church is a wood-slatted building with a row of windows on the right-hand side. It has a tall belfry that is attached to the open double-door entrance and cut off at the top edge of the image. A covered parking area is visible in the background on the far left-hand side of the image. There is a dirt road in the foreground with the back of a bus visible on the far left-hand side. There is a camera on a tripod also on the left in the foreground that is facing the church. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that reads, "Taft - new blglg. [Taken at convention, 3-23-1947?]"
[Crowd in Front of an Open Church Entrance]
Photograph of a group of Hispanic church-goers standing in a crowd in front of the entrance to their church. Most of the people in the group are facing the church, and there are a couple more smaller groups scattered throughout the image. The church building has a tall belfry that is connected to the double-door entrance and cut off at the top of the image. The building continues along the back right-hand side of the image, where there is another back entrance. There is a car parked in front of the church also on the far right-hand side. There is a camera attached to a tripod in the foreground across the dirt road from the church. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, "Taft, Texas 2nd Presby Church. [Taken at convention, 3-23-1947?]".
[Front of a Light Wood Building and Trees]
Photograph of the front of an old light wood building surrounded with plant overgrowth. The building is facing toward the lefthand side, and has a crude fence made of thick branches encircling the right side. The entrance consists of closed double doors, an awning above, and stairs leading up to a small landing in front of the doors. The roof of another building is visible next to this building on the other side of a fence. The front yard of the building is sparse grass and a thin dirt pathway. There is a dirt road in front of the building. On the righthand side next to the fence, there are two large trees and shrubs. Handwriting on the back of the photograph reads, "Lockhart". There is an upside-down stamp also on the back that indicates the publisher and publication date and city.
[Iglesia Presbiteriana]
Photograph of the Iglesia Presbiteriana in Austin, Texas. Some of the congregation is gathered outside in front of the church. A group of women is posing on the steps. The name of the church is on the front of the building. There is a car parked on the street in front and and second building to the right of the church. "Austin" has been written on the back. "May 1947 Studer S. A. Tex." is printed at the top.
[Iglesia Presbiteriana]
Photograph of the Iglesia Presbiteriana in Austin, Texas. There is a group of unknown men posing on the front steps of the church and a small boy sitting on the stone wall in front. The name of the church is partially visible on the front of the building to the top left. "May 1947 Studer S. A. Tex." is printed at the top of the photograph.
[Iglesia Presbiteriana]
Photograph of a group of unknown people in front of the Iglesia Presbiteriana in Austin, Texas. There are three men at the back of the group, and nine women in front, all wearing dresses. There are several boys on or near the stone wall to the right. The name of the church is visible on the front of the building to the top left. "May 1947 Studer S. A. Tex." is printed on the right side.
[Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana in Corpus Christi]
Photograph of a congregation in front of the Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana in Corpus Christi, Texas. The church is a large building with stained glass windows. The congregation is standing on the sidewalk, and many of the children are sitting down in front. The name of the church is on the building twice, underneath the windows at the corner. The following is written on the photograph: "Iglesia de Corpus Christi 1947." The following is written on the back: "see: file folder J. G. Cavazos correspondence of 5/6/1947 G. W. Crofoot to Rev. J. G. Cavazos." There is no indication of whether or not these two men are actually in the photograph.
[Photograph of Three Graduates]
Photograph of three male graduates of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. They are dressed in black graduation gowns and caps and are holding their diplomas. They are standing on the top step of the brick Chapel inside the archway.
[Photograph of Three Graduates from Tex-Mex Institute]
Photograph of three graduates from the Tex-Mex Institute. The men are dressed in suits and ties and are standing outside in front of a large bush. Behind the bush is a building with white plaster walls.
[Photograph of Three Graduates from Tex-Mex Institute]
Photograph of three graduates of the Tex-Mex Institute. The men are dressed in suits and ties and are standing outside in front of a large bush. Behind the bush is a white building with plaster walls.
[Photograph of Women in Courtyard of Presbyterian Center]
Photograph of a group of women, identified as presbyterial officers, standing in the courtyard of a Presbyterian center. They are wearing dresses and hats. One man, J.S. Cantu, identified as the women's advisor, is standing on the left of the group. The building behind them is a single-story structure with cream-colored shingle siding and a red shingle roof. In front of the women is a low, stone wall with wrought iron accents.
[Photograph of Women in Courtyard of Presbyterian Center]
Photograph of a group of women, identified as presbyterial officers, standing in the courtyard of a Presbyterian center. They are wearing dresses and hats. One man, J.S. Cantu, identified as the women's advisor, is standing on the left of the group dressed in suit and tie. The building behind them is a single-story structure with cream-colored shingle siding and a red shingle roof. In front of the women is a low, stone wall with wrought iron accents.
[Photograph of Women in Courtyard of Presbyterian Center]
Photograph of a group of women, identified as presbyterial officers, in the courtyard of a Presbyterian center. The women are wearing dresses and hats. A man, J.S. Cantu, identified as the women's advisor, is wearing a suit and standing on the left of the group. On the right is a one-story building with cream-colored shingle siding and a red shingle roof. On the front is a stone covered porch. In front of the women and the center is a low, stone wall with wrought iron accents.
[Portrait of a group of unknown people]
Portrait of an unknown group of people on the steps of Iglesia Presbiteriana, El Buen Pastor. There are only women and children in the group, and they are wearing dresses. Printed on the right side is "May 1947 Studer S. A. Tex."
[Portrait of a group of unknown people]
Photograph of an unknown group of people on the steps of the Iglesia Presbiteriana in Austin, Texas. There are eight men and women on the steps and a little girl on the grass in front facing them. The name of the church is partly visible on the building to the top right. "May 1947 Studer S. A. Tex." is printed on the right side.
[Portrait of a group of unknown people]
Photograph of a group of unknown men. They are gathered on the steps of the Iglesia Presbiteriana in Austin, Texas. There is a young boy sitting on the stone wall in front, and more people can be seen in the background to the right. The name of the church is partly visible on the front of the building to the top left. "May 1947 Studer S. A. Tex." is printed at the top.
[Portrait of Enrique Vasquez]
School portrait of Enrique Vasquez in Austin, Texas. Enrique is wearing a dark button down shirt. Printed below the picture is "School Days 1947-'48 Fulmore Jr. High."
[Portrait of five men]
Portrait of five men standing outside of an unidentified building. The men are all wearing suits, and the building behind them is brick with a basement. The following names are written on the back of the photograph: Laubert Garlo Westrup, E. A. J. Seddon, Jr., J. C. Palacio, J. L. Leos, Josafat Curti F. The Ellison Photo Service stamp on the back dates the photograph to April 23, 1947.
[Portrait of two unknown men]
Photograph of two unknown men standing outside of the Iglesia Presbiteriana in Austin. The two men are standing with their arms around each other. They are both wearing suits, and the man on the left is holding two books. "Jan. 1947 Studer S. A. Tex." is printed on the right side.
[Presbyterian Mexican Mission]
Photograph of the Presbyterian Mexican Mission in Dallas, Texas. The mission is a white building with two windows in front on either side of the entrance and a white wooden fence in front. There is a sign identifying the building above the entrance. A car is parked in front and is partly visible in the bottom left of the photograph. There are other buildings on either side. The following is written on the back: "Dallas 'Springall Mission.'"