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[Photograph of Carroll E. Ward]
Photograph of Carroll E. Ward, showing only his face. The photo seems to be cut from a larger photo.
[Photograph of Central Christian Church]
Photograph of the front of the Central Christian Church in Sherman, Texas. The church is painted white and has blue stained-glass windows. There are a few stairs leading up to the entrances. The church's sign is at the foot of the steps.
[Photograph of City of First United Methodist Church]
Photograph of First United Methodist Church in Tom Bean. It is a large one-story brick building with a larger area in front for the sanctuary. There is a steeple with a cross at the top of it. There are wreaths on the door.
[Photograph of City of Tom Bean #1]
Photograph of City of Tom Bean. There is a metal building that reads "City of Tom Bean", but most prominent in the photograph are two brick signs that hold a Texas Historical Marker and another plaque.
[Photograph of City of Tom Bean #2]
Photograph of City of Tom Bean. A brick sign in front of a metal building reads "Tom Bean Est. 1887". A clock sits on top of the sign. Between the sign and the building there is a pole flying an American flag and a Texas flag.
[Photograph of Civilian Conservative Corps]
Photograph of the front of the Civilian Conservative Corps in Denison, Texas. The one-story building has an awning, a green, slanted roof, and a ramp leading up to the patio. The sign by the building reads: Frontier Village.
[Photograph of Clan Sutherland Tartan]
Photograph of a book on grass, open to an image of the Clan Sutherland tartan.
[Photograph of Coffman Cemetery]
Photograph of the front of Coffman Cemetery in Denison, Texas. Over the short, chain link fence that leads into the cemetery is a sign that reads: Coffman-Layne Cemetery. There are variety of grave markers, including an angel statue and headstones, and trees are scattered around the cemetery.
[Photograph of Cold Springs Log Cabin School]
Photograph of the front of Cold Springs Log Cabin School in Denison, Texas. The cabin is small with a metal, slanted roof. On the bottom of the wall by the door are a snowman and Santa decorations. There is a short wooden fence in front of the house and a post by it that has a red hat attached to the top.
[Photograph of College Station City Hall Architect's Drawing]
Photograph of artist's pen and ink drawing of the design of the College Station city hall building.
[Photograph of College Station City Hall Groundbreaking Ceremony 1]
Photograph of College Station, Texas city hall groundbreaking ceremony. Back contains handwritten text: "City of CS"
[Photograph of College Station City Hall Groundbreaking Ceremony 2]
Photograph of City of College Station city hall groundbreaking ceremony. Back contains handwritten text: "City of CS"
[Photograph of College Station City Hall Groundbreaking Ceremony 3]
Photograph of City of College Station, Texas city hall groundbreaking ceremony.
[Photograph of College Station City Hall Groundbreaking Ceremony 4]
Photograph of City of College Station, Texas city hall groundbreaking ceremony.
[Photograph of College Station City Hall Groundbreaking Ceremony 5]
Photograph of City of College Station, Texas city hall groundbreaking ceremony. Back contains handwritten text: "City of CS"
[Photograph of College Station City Hall Groundbreaking Ceremony 6]
Photograph of City of College Station, Texas city hall groundbreaking ceremony. Back contains handwritten text: "City of CS"
[Photograph of Collin McKinney]
Photograph of Collin McKinney's gravestone. It appears to be made of marble and is tall and thin. There are several other headstones visible in the photograph.
[Photograph of Conroe Public School Students]
Photograph of students and a teacher of Conroe Public Schools, taken outside of a building with a table in the middle, stacked with jars filled with preserves. A note below the photo identifies some of the students: on the top row, 6. Lois Madely (first married Wagers, second marriage to Thompson) and bottom row, 2. Lillie Kayser (married Butler), 3. Sybil Grogan, 5. Be Be Cochran, and 6. Delila Hudspeth.
[Photograph of Conroe Public School Students and Faculty]
Photograph of the Conroe School students and faculty standing on the steps of the school building.
[Photograph of Conroe Public Schools Faculty, 1923-1924]
Photograph of the 1923-1924 Conroe Public Schools Faculty sitting and standing outside of a building. A note below the photo identifies the people as (left to right) bottom row: Lillian McGuire, Janie Smyth, Maude Gilmore (Bell), Ethel Ross, Hulon N. Anderson, Beth Parrish, Agnes Hopson, Mary Alice Beazley (Hunt), Auline Baker (Roy Phinney); top row: Emory Anderson, Eddie Burgess, Kathleen McCall, Esther May Morris (Creighton), Ila Rice (Hummel), Edgar Koen, R. W. Runyan, Mattie Bess Anderson (Simonton), Mary Agnes Wahrenberger (Harritt), Birdie Uzzell (Pitts), Mittylene, Matthews, Elizabeth Turney, and Clara Knight.
[Photograph of Conroe School Faculty]
Photograph of the Conroe School faculty sitting and standing in a room. A handwritten note below the photo identifies the faculty members as (left to right): front row: M. Madeley, Lucille Yell, Birdie Uzzell; and back row: Mary Otey Sterrett, Hulon Anderson, Mrs. Lulu McComb, J. T. Terry.
[Photograph of Conroe School Faculty]
Photograph of the Conroe School faculty sitting and standing on the steps of the school. A note below the image identifies them as (left to right) front row: unknown, Clara Knight, unknown, John Gilpin, Hulon Anderson, unknown, Dorothy Rice, B. B. Rice; middle row: Evangeline Bevers, Sophie Williams, Louise Whitely, Ursala Angel, Nellie Harrell, Gertrude Petts, Nancy Beth Weisinger, Karl Fischer; and back row: unknown, Joe Lagow, Wayne Burnam, Monetta Rollo, Cliff Hardy, Morris Cloninger, Francis Stoneham.
[Photograph of Conroe School Truck Fleet]
Photograph of five trucks with men standing next to them. A handwritten note on the image identifies them as the truck fleet for the Conroe, Texas Independent School District.
[Photograph of Courthouse of Grayson County]
Photograph of a courthouse of Grayson County in Sherman, Texas. The building is three stories tall, white, and has several windows. There are a few trees in front of the building.
[Photograph of Crockett and Houston Schools Faculties, 1929-1930]
Photograph of the Crockett and Houston Schools faculty members of 1929-1930, standing outside of a brick building. A note below the photo identifies the individuals as (left to right): first row: Mrs. Birdie Pitts, Mrs. Leona Blackman, unknown, Agnes Hopkins, Lillian McGuire, Ethel Ross, Monte Timmons, Kathryn Koonce; second row: B. B. Rice, Mary Agnes Harritt, Eddie Burgess, Marvin Mimms, unknown, Garnett Evans, Ruth Cable, unknown; and third row: Floyd Blackman, unknown, Clara Knight, Ella Earthman, Hulon Anderson, Mittylene Matthews, Ercelle Knight, Monetta Rollo, unknown.
[Photograph of Dannel Funeral Home]
Photograph of Dannel Funeral Home in Sherman, Texas. The two-story building has a balcony and a covered pathway leading up to the entrance of the building. On either side of the stairs leading to the entrance, there are small statues of lions.
[Photograph of Davis-Ansley Log Cabin Home]
Photograph of the front of Davis-Ansley Log Cabin Home in Denison, Texas. The cabin is small and has a slanted roof. The front door is open and beside it are red flowers and a wheel.
[Photograph of Diamond Horse Ranch #1]
Photograph of Diamond Horse Ranch. This photograph is of a marker for the Diamond Station Butterfield Overland Mail Stage Stop at the Diamond Horse Ranch. It reads "The Diamond Station was a stop along the nearly 700 mile stretch across the Lone Star State for the Butterfield Overland Mail Stage Line Company. The Butterfield Overland Mail Company held the U.S. Mail contract for the first cross-country trek from St. Louis to San Francisco. marked as the first intercontinental mail route, the Butterfield Overland Mail Stagecoach made its first stop at the Diamond Station on September 21, 1858. The complete route took 24 days and covered 2, 812 miles, carrying mail and passengers. At this location Waterman Ormsby witnessed "the operations of harnessing a wild mule." He estimated it took thirty minutes per mule (four were used). The Diamond Station was kept by John R. diamond from 1858-1861.
[Photograph of Diamond Horse Ranch #2]
Photograph of Diamond Horse Ranch. There is a metal fence surrounding the area and there is a large "D" painted onto the gate of the fence. The historical marker is visible in the photograph.
[Photograph of Dorchester School]
Photograph of Dorchester School in Dorchester, Texas. The school building is in the background of the photograph and at the forefront is the historical marker for the site.
[Photograph of Dr. Franklin Sutherlin's House in Ladoga, Indiana]
Photograph of the home of Dr. Franklin Sutherlin on Washington Street in Ladoga, Indiana. The house is two stories tall, with a porch and a tree in front of the sidewalk.
[Photograph of Dr. James Franklin Sutherlin]
Photograph of Dr. James Franklin Sutherlin posing next to a fireplace. He is wearing a vest and a coat, and his right arm is resting on a decorated pillar or counter to his right.
[Photograph of Edith Wilson]
Photograph of Edith Wilson. She wears a black dress, and stands holding a book against the arm of a wicker couch. A hat sits on the couch next to her.
[Photograph of Edith Wilson, Age 14]
Photograph of Edith Wilson at age 14. She wears a high-necked black and white dress with a choker, and her hair is pulled back.
[Photograph of Elliot Cemetery]
Photograph of Elliot Cemetery. The Texas Historical Marker is visible in the picture. There are two gravestones visible - one of them is for the Elliot family and the other is partially blocked by the historical marker.
[Photograph of Everheart-Canaan Cemetery]
Photograph of Everheart-Canaan Cemetery. There is a wire fence surrounding the cemetery and a flag pole with an American flag in the foreground. There are several trees and headstones visible in the photograph, and the Texas Historical Marker for the cemetery is also visible.
[Photograph of exterior of City of College Station, Texas city hall building]
Photograph of exterior of College Station, Texas city hall and parking lot. Back contains handwritten text "1970"
[Photograph of Fink]
Photograph of the welcome sign to Fink, Texas. Behind the welcome sign is another sign with an advertisement for boats. On the right side of the photograph is a two story motel with several pairs of doors lining the wall.
[Photograph of First Baptist Church of Bells]
Photograph of First Baptist Church of Bells in Bells, Texas. The church is a one-story building with a slanted roof and small, stained-glass windows around the side. Two wreaths with red flowers are hanging on the doors at the church's entrance.
[Photograph of First Christian Church]
Photograph of First Christian Church in Van Alstyne. The church is a two-story brick building with several windows. There are stairs leading up to the entrance, and there are two white columns in front of the entrance. There is a marquee neat the entrance with two wreaths on it. Information for Christmas services is visible on the marquee.
[Photograph of First Christian Church of Howe]
Photograph of the First Christian Church of Howe in Howe, Texas. The church has steep roofs, and there is either a tower or steeple above the entrance. There are a few steps leading up to the entrance of the church.
[Photograph of First Methodist Church of Whitewright]
Photograph of First Methodist Church of Whitewright. The church is a large, white one-story building with a two-story tower on the right side. There are two wreaths on the doors to the church. There is a manger scene set up outside the church.
[Photograph of First Presbyterian Church and Manse]
Photograph of First Presbyterian Church. The church is a two-story brick building with stairs leading up to the door. There is a sign for First Presbyterian Church outside. There are two trees in front of the church.
[Photograph of First United Methodist Church]
Photograph of First United Methodist Church in Sherman, Texas. The church has large pillars supporting an awning. There is a steeple with a small cross at the top of it.
[Photograph of First United Methodist Church]
Photograph of First United Methodist Church in Van Alstyne. The church is a large two-story brick building with many windows. There are four white columns out in front of the entrance. There is a marquee for the church in front of the building.
Photograph of Flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library]
Photograph of flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library. View of Oakland Street from the parking lot of the Emily Fowler Library, facing Locust Street (or West).
[Photograph of Flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library]
Photograph of flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library. View of Oakland Street. Photo was taken from the staff entrance of the Emily Fowler Library.
[Photograph of Flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library]
Photograph of flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library. North view of the parking lot in front of the Emily Fowler Library and Oakland street running towards TWU. The photo was taken from the front entrance of the library, just after the rain had stopped.
[Photograph of Flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library]
Photograph of flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library. View of the bridge in Quakertown Park. Pecan Creek has topped its banks and run up to the southeast (back) side of the Emily Fowler Library. Photo taken from inside the library.
[Photograph of Flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library]
Photograph of flood waters at the Denton Public Library, Emily Fowler Central Library. View of the parking lot in front of the Emily Fowler Library, Oakland street can be partially seen on the left side of the picture. Photograph taken from in front of the library.