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[Band Concert]
Photograph of a group of people with instruments performing on a stage. The band director is dressed in dark clothes; the band members are arranged in rows, seated in the front and standing in the back.
[Becky Lindsay and McClenney discussing Handicapped Issues]
Photograph of a woman (identified as Becky Lindsay) speaking with Byron McClenny (the President of Eastfield College). The two are seated at a table in an office. A bookshelf and windows are visible in the background. Becky Topletz Lindsay was President of Not Psyched Out Club. Responsible for getting handicapped services at EF. Becky visits with Eastfield President Byron McClenney.
[Belle Crockett, Marshall Centenarian]
Mrs. Belle Crockett was 106 years old, confined to a wheelchair, and in a Marshall nursing home when she posed for this picture in the home's reception area, c1976. A daughter of former slaves, she spent her active life working in her home and on the farm. Married twice, she did not have children. Her birth and death dates are unknown.
[Between buildings facing North with windmill]
Photograph of the top of windmill structure. There are three students in the photograph. There is a wide sidewalk and buildings block the base of the windmill structure.
[Bicentennial Library Exhibit About Native Americans]
During the United States' Bicentennial, an exhibit at Marshall Public Library about Native Americans was called "Alien In His Own Land." It featured some 120 rare portraits, biographies, document reproductions, watercolor paintings, a map, and movie posters . Some pictures were of notables such as Pocahontas, and others featured Native American costume, manners, and customs. In 1976, it was still politically acceptable to call Native Americans "Indians," a term which the article and photo caption favors. The woman in the slide photo is Mrs. Dorothy Morrison, library director.
[Bill Moyers and Fan]
Bill Moyers, national journalist and Marshall favorite son, visits with a fan after his speech. He returned to Marshall, Texas, during the nation's Bicentennial celebration in 1976 to speak on the value of libraries in a community.
[Board of Trustees]
Photograph of Board of Trustees about 1978. Seated from left: Mrs. Eugene McDermott, R.L. Thornton, Jr., Pattie Powell. Standing from left: Robert H. Power, Durwood A. Sutton, Carie Welch, Jim Scoggins. Mrs. McDermott has on a patterned dress and Pattie Powell has on a solid colored dress. There are three flags in photograph. There is a brick wall behind the people.
[Bookmobile]
The new bookmobile at Marshall Public Library, c. 1978, is readied for use by two helpers (unidentified).
[Bookmobile for Marshall Public Library]
In 1978 the Marshall Public Library received a 28-foot mobile home to be refurbished as a bookmobile. Library Director Dorothy Morrison is shown discussing the project with Mike Wood, left, Friends of a Public Library president, and Fenn Lewis, Friends fund drive chairman. The Friends organisation gave the bookmobile as a service to both the city and Harrison County.
[Brookhaven from distance with topless windmill]
Photograph of Brookhaven College taken from a distance. Entire college is visible. The windmill base if prominent in the center of the campus. The top is not on the windmill. It appears the campus is nearly completed.
[Buses in Background]
Photograph of people gathered for the groundbreaking of Cedar Valley College. There is a large striped tent in the background. Even farther back there are two school buses. Most people in the photo are looking to their left.
[C and D Buildings]
Photograph of two buildings on Cedar Valley College campus. Foreground is C building and background is D building. The lake is visible on the left side of the photograph. Steps and sidewalk are visible.
[Cafeteria El Paso Hall with swirled carpet]
Photograph which includes a partial view of the Richland cafeteria. Sofas, a student and very colorful carpet in El Paso Hall of Richland College are the main part of the picture.
[Campus from the West]
Photograph of the entire campus of Eastfield College. It show lots of sky and lots of the property. The photograph was taken from the West and is dated October, 1971.
[Carolyn Street Scott at the airport]
Carolyn Street Scott at the airport. Mark Richards had taken her to see the airplane he and Caroline and their children had flown to Texas from their home in Virginia.
[Carolyn Street Scott at the Scrivner/Dickson Wedding Reception]
Carolyn Street Scott at the home of Anne Scrivner and L.R. "Racy" Sanford for the Scrivner/Dickson Wedding Reception.
[Carolyn Street Scott entering St. Paul's Methodist Church]
Carolyn Street Scott entering St. Paul's Methodist Church for the marriage of Betty to Emet P. Dickson. Left to right in rear: Tom Kearns, Racy Sanford, and Mark Richards.
[Celebrants at the Dedication of the New Marshall Public Library]
Audry D. Kariel, Library Building Project Coordinator, with friend Janice Levy and Rabbi Richard Zionst at the dedication of the new Marshall Public Library building on October 21, 1973. Rabbi Zionst gave the invocation at the dedication ceremony, a choice which reflected the amount of financial support and hard work invested by the Marshall Jewish community in the new building.
[Celebrants at the reception for the new Marshall Public Library]
Mr. George Olincy, Chairman of the Andrew Norman Foundation, and Mrs. Bernice Gold Kranson were benefactors of the new Marshall Public Library building in 1973.
[Celebrating a Library's Opening]
Two young women, both library supporters, attended the reception celebrating the opening of Marshall's new library building in October, 1973.
[Celebrating the Opening of Marshall Public Library]
Celebrating at the October 20, 1973 reception for the opening of the new public library building in Marshall, Texas are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kariel (left and right) and Tony Bridge (center). Mr. Bridge was the owner of KMHT radio station and was the first person to support Mrs. Kariel when she publicly stated the need for a public library.
[Child at Sutherlin Cemetery]
Photograph of a young girl, Lynn, sitting next to a sign that reads "Sutherlin Cemetery" in Russelville, Indiana.
[Child with Headstones]
Photograph of a young girl, Lynn, standing between two headstones at Sutherlin Cemetery in Russelville, Indiana. The headstone on the left is that of Margarete Britton Sutherlin.
[Children Help to Move Library]
When the Marshall Public Library was founded, it had its first home at the corner of West Austin and Franklin streets (now the Chamber of Commerce building). Books from a lending library belonging to Marshall Women's Clubs became the core of the new collection. Approximately 25 children helped to move this core collection from its old home at 112 East Austin St.
[Children's Storytime at the Library]
Children's storytime at Marshall Public Library usually includes a story with crafts or music. In 1978 the story was occasionally presented by slides, filmstrip, or 16mm film, if licensing permitted.
[Chopping Apples]
Black and white photographs shows person chopping apples. There is a large bowl of chopped apples in the foreground. The person wears a chef's hat. Pots and pans hang above the work area. Cooking class.
Church Minute Book
Book containing minutes from deacons' and community meetings of a church. Topics include church politics, membership, staff recommendations, and financial issues.
[Civic leaders at the Marshall Public Library Opening Reception]
Civic leader Carolyn Abney and her mother attended the formal reception for the opening of Marshall Public Library in 1973.
[Class Meets at Library]
A career education class meets in the Gold Auditorium at Marshall Public Library. The auditorium was equipped with the latest audio-visual technology when the library was built in 1973. This class, meeting in 1978, made use of that technology shown in the picture. The auditorium has been in demand almost continuously for many purposes since the library was built.
[Concert Dance For Children]
Six performers on stage. One is holding a sign which says, "Yay". There is another sign on stage which says "Home Sweet Home".
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1970]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1970 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1972]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1972 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1974]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1974 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1975]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1975 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1976]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1976 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1977]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1977 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1978]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1978 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Confirmation Invitation for Ahavath Sholom, 1979]
Invitation for the confirmation exercises for the 1979 class of Ahavath Sholom synagogue, including a list of confirmands.
[Congregation Ahavath Sholom Confirmation Class, 1971]
Photograph of the 1971 confirmation class at Congregation Ahavath Sholom. There are twelve girls wearing white robes and nine boys wearing dark robes with bow ties standing on steps. Rabbi Isadore Garsek stands with the students in the center of the back row. The students are Paul Solomon, Janice Rubin, Stephanie Kahn, Holly Berkowitz, Jan Schumer, Jackie Schumer, Madelyn Singer, Ruth Fischbein, Cheryl Blum, Brian Kimmel, Ira Goldstein, Elaine Bergolofsky, Carol Luskey, Stephanie Rocher, Janet Myers, Mark Rosenman, David Rosen, Alan Rubin, Allen Eisenman, Harry Tabor, and Bruce Roseman.
[Congregation Ahavath Sholom Confirmation Class, 1973]
Color photograph of the 1973 confirmation class at Congregation Ahavath Sholom. There are nine girls wearing white robes and six boys wearing black robes with bow ties. Cantor Murray Neiman, Rabbi Isadore Garsek, and Elliot Garsek stand in the center of the back row. The rabbi and cantor each wear a tallis (prayer shawl). The students are Robin Levine, Gayle Gerrick, Hilda Adelson, Linda Rubin, Paula Rosen, Marsha Ann Weinberg, Betsy Rosenthal, Elisa Kaplan, Judy Weinberg, Larry Rosen, David James Cody, Mark Goldstein, Sandy Kreisberg, David Hecht, and Daniel Jonathan Cohen.
[Construction North Side]
Black and white photograph shows construction on the North side of Cedar Valley College about 1976 or 1977. Rocks of the lake shoreline are visible in the bottom of the picture and the building are at the top of the photo. Buildings have flat roofs.
[Construction with Crane]
Black and white photograph of Mountain View College Site March 27, 1970. At terrace last of Unit-C-looking SE at Unit J - South bridge and corner of Unit A at student dining. Squire Haskins Photo/[2]014 1/2 Commerce St./Dallas, Texas/RI8-9055/Squire Haskins Neg. No. 9193-4. There are two cedar trees and a large crane visible in the photograph.
[Construction with Four Fellows]
Black and white photograph of Mountain View College construction site with four fellows in the photograph. From left: Ken Thomas, unknown, unknown, Dale [Dole?] Douglas [Douglass?] The two older gentlemen have on suits. The wind is blowing their hair.
[Construction with Steps]
Black and white photograph of construction of North Lake College about 1976. This photograph show large outdoor set of steps. North Lake College has multi levels and is located in Irving on the edge of Las Colinas. Overall look, construction almost done.
[Construction with white pickup]
Color slide of Brookhaven College construction site. Unidentified building with scaffolding. A white pickup truck is visible to the right. No landscaping. The building has a angular roofline.
[Courtyard facing Library]
Striking black and white photograph of the courtyard at Eastfield College. Library is at the top of the stairs
[Dallas Park Board Minutes, Book 16]
Minutes for the Dallas Park and Recreation Board containing a record of the group's discussions, decisions, and other business.
[Dan Salter with Student and Plane]
Instructor Don Salter and female student look at the airplane which was inside Mountain View College for many years. Door is open and Don Salter has headphones on.
[Death certificate of Carolyn Street Scott]
Death certificate for Carolyn Street Scott. She died August 31, 1973, and was 92 years old.
[Dedication Dignitaries]
Color photograph of Richland College dedication ceremonies. Dignitaries seated in audience. Mrs. Margaret McDermott in foreground with white outfit holding program in hand. They appear to be in the performing arts auditorium.