Are We There Yet? Transportation in Central Texas - 275 Matching Results

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[Aerial view of Granger with streets]
Photograph of aerial view of Granger showing Runhardt Hotel and several other buildings in town.
[Aerial view of streets in Granger]
Photograph of aerial view in Granger of streets and homes.
[Anton Mazoch gin with tractor]
Photograph of Anton Mazoch gin in Taylor.
[Arco Service Station]
This is a black and white photograph of Lum C. Toungate's Arco Service Station located at 409 West Taylor, IH 35 and Highway 79 in Round Rock, Texas. Mr. Toungate stands on the drive with his three sons, Larry, Craig, and Jimmy. "Atlantic Richfield" is visible above the garage.
[Baby in buggy]
Photograph of a baby in a wooden and metal baby pram.
[Bailing hay with mules]
Photograph of bailing hay on Frank Cmerck farm, near Granger.
[Band in parade]
Photograph of band in parade in Georgetown. South Avenue "LINDELL PETERSON & CO." on left. MILES BRO'S CLEANERS TAILORS HATTERS on right. Band in center of street with car behind. Crowds on both sides of South Avenue.
[Barnstormer Airplane]
Photograph of Barnstormer airplane at Gunnar and Irene Rydell farm, northwest of Taylor. He was a barnstormer before 1936.
[Bethel Baker Sitting with a Saddled Horse]
Photograph of Bethel Baker, son of Robert Zebulon Baker and Minerva Ellen "Bea" Swindle Baker posing in front of his saddled horse.
[Blacksmith shop with buggies out front]
Photograph of Mr. Law (on left) at the blacksmith shop in Florence with buggies parked out front.
[Blacksmith shop with buggy out front]
Black and white photograph of the blacksmith and wheelwright shop located in the 100 block of Lampasas Street in Round Rock, Texas. "R. TATSCH" is printed on the wooden building. There are several bearded men pictured and several houses in front of the building.
[Blesdoe residence with buggy in front]
Photograph of Blesdoe residence with a horse drawn buggy in front.
[A Boy on a Horse]
Photograph of Boy on a horse with dog on way to school.
[Boy on steer]
Photograph of boy on steer, ROTC cadet, and father Edwin Zieschang.
[Bridge downtown Round Rock]
Photograph of wooden bridge in old downtown Round Rock with structures visible in background.
[Bridge over Brushy Creek]
Photograph of Brushy Creek and the railroad bridge in "Old Town". Old grist mill on the left.
[Brushy Creek with bridge]
black and white photograph of Brushy Creek and the round rock in the creek, for which the town of Round Rock was named; photograph was taken before the creek washed away both bridges shown in the image, one of which was a railroad bridge; the picture is taken from the dam, east of the round rock; there is an unidentified person standing on the round rock; view is looking east down Brushy Creek
[Brushy Creek with bridge]
Photograph of Brushy Creek and the round rock in the creek, for which the town of Round Rock was named; photograph was taken before the creek washed away both bridges shown in the image, one of which was a railroad bridge; the picture is taken from the dam, east of the round rock; there is an unidentified person standing on the round rock; view is looking east down Brushy Creek.
[Buckner & Pennington Livery & Feed]
Photograph of a group of men and horses in front of Buckner and Pennington Livery and Feed Stable in Round Rock around 1915; Bud Parks is on a horse; the other men are Dewey Long, Marshall Ferrell, Claude Buckner, Sr., and Dud Pennington; the stable was located on the 100 block of West Main Street
[Buggies with Horses at a Round Rock Cheese Factory]
Photograph of an early cheese factory in Round Rock.
[Buggy in front of general store]
Photograph of Henry Doering's general store in Walburg with a buggy in front.
[Buggy on Main Street in Hutto]
Photograph of buggy and people on Main Street in downtown Hutto.
[Buggy with horse in front of store]
Photograph of store fronts in old Round Rock on Bagdad Street. A horse and buggy is on the left side of the photo. The business on the right has signs for "STAR / TOBACCO," "HARNESS and SHOES / REPAIRED HERE," and "RESTAURANT." There is a "Coca Cola" repeating sign on the underside of the store porch. To the left is a poster for "HARVEST / JUBILEE" attached to the side of a store.
[Builders on horse-back on dam]
Photograph of builders of dam for flour mill near Jonah for water wheel to power grinding wheat. Some are on horseback.
[Building with car in front]
Black and white image of a mult-storied stone building facade with a porch and corrugated metal roof on the ground floor. The porch is in deep shadow but at least one figure can be seen, standing behind and to the left of a parked automobile. A water tower stands to the right rear of the building and a wagon wheel appears in the left foreground.
[Car in front of movie theater]
Photograph of Grand Movie Theater in Granger.
[Car Parked on a Street in Jarrell]
Photograph of Fred Harrison and 1929 touring car; Harrison home and garage in the background. Jarrell High School in far background. This was located west of the gin. A Coca-Cola sign can be seen in the background of the photograph as well.
[Carl Lidell in a Large Plane]
Photograph of Carl Lidell, from Jonah, in flight training.
[Cars on street in Georgetown]
Black and white photograph. South Austin Avenue. Left to right: Man by telephone pole, Large brick building, several trucks, "LINDELL PETERSON & CO. / HARDWARE". Trucks, people sitting on trunks, "THAT GOOD GULF GASO". Maker's Mark: "R. STONE/ GEORGETOWN/ TEX"
[Cars on the Georgetown square]
A black and white photograph depicting the square at Georgetown. You can see several horses with carriages in the foreground and the side of a building with a wrought iron staircase on the right. Over the treetops you can see the dome of the court house.
[Cars on West Side of Main Street Hutto]
Photograph of automobiles on west side of Main Street.
[Cars outside Dickey Medical Clinic]
Photograph of cars parked outside Dickey Medical Clinic in Taylor.
[Catholic Daughters of America Parade Float]
Photograph of the Catholic Daughters of America parade float that took place in Taylor, TX. Circa 1930s.
[Charles P. McCormick in front of car]
Photograph of Charles P. McCormick, born in 1879, standing in front of a car.
[Chautauqua Grounds bridge]
Black and white horizontal postcard depicting Chautauqua grounds and bridge on San Gabriel River. Smoke stack visible in upper right quadrant. Bridge is parallel to river until it rises up to the hill steeply on the right bank. A man is on a saddled horse near the river on left side. A flag is seen on the bridge and a large round rock is underneath the pedestrian bridge in the river.
[Child in Pram]
sepia-colored image of a small child in a perambulator; image printed on paper and mounted on matte board; child wears a white dress and sits in a late-Victorian era wicker pram wth large wheels
[Child in pram]
Photograph of a child and a baby. The baby is sitting inside an ornate baby carriage or pram and the child, a little girl, is standing next to it with one hand on the carriage.
[A Child Standing near a Car with a Trailor]
Photograph of Small girl standing next to a 1928 Erskine automobile and trailer
[Children climbing on old truck]
Photograph of children climbing onto an old truck getting ready to ride down the street for the Frontier Day parade.
[Children in a Goat-Pulled Cart]
Photograph of Theodore F. Mussil, age 5, and Lollie Mussil, age 3, riding in a goat-pulled cart infront of a house.
[Children in front of car]
Photograph of McNeil Store, Austin White Lime Co., in Round Rock. Two children are out inf ront of the store, and there are several cars parked outside.
[Children in front of Model T]
Black and white photograph of children in front of a Model T vehicle which appears in the left side of the photo.
[Children on donkey]
Photograph of four children with a white donkey in front of a rough shed, trees and a fence. Three of the children are seated on the back of the donkey and an older girl is standing on the right, holding the donkey's head. A handwritten note on the back says "Harry Fisher and Morgan and Birtis [sic] Vinning. Anna Warker and Snow. Georgetown, Texas."
[City Ice & Bottlng Works Wagon]
Black and white photo rimmed in white film. Large ice wagon "OUR ICE & BOTTLED GOODS,/ARE MADE OF PURE DISTILLED WATER" is printed on white sign at top of wagon of The City Ice & Bottling Works Company. Four large spoked wheels are on wagon. On side of wagon "ICE/PHONE NO. 110" are printed . "Peacock" signs are on back of wagon. Plant material is inside large blocks of ice at front and back of wagon. Dirt road and wooden barn buildings are in photo. Reins, brake on wheel and trailor pull are visible.
[City of Schwertner & Road]
Photograph of the city of Schwertner pictured around the turn of the twentieth century.
[Cotton wagon on Jonah bridge]
Photograph of a cotton wagon on the Jonah bridge over the San Gabriel River. The bridge was washed away in the 1921 flood.
[Couple in a Wagon in Andice]
Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Milt Love in wagon with horses, Gus and Ben Jacob. R&W Store which was in business from 1932-1974 can be seen in the background.
[Courthouse with Model T's out front]
Photograph of fifth and most recent Williamson County Courthouse in 1911 with Model T cars parked in front.
[Cousins at the State Fair in Dallas]
Photograph of cousins Ouida Whitefield, Ruby Howland, Grace Smith, and Marie Howland. This picture was taken at the State Fair in Dallas during the Great Depression. The girls are from Andice, TX.
[Crowd with cars gathered for Victory Day]
Photograph of the hour of Victory, November 11, 1918. Street scene of large group of men, women, and children standing in front of J. F. Martinets & Co. Store. Armistice Day.