Are We There Yet? Transportation in Central Texas - 310 Matching Results

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Main Street Looking North

Description: Postcard of the view from Second Street looking north on Main Street, Taylor. No correspondence on the back. Note the parked automobiles in front of the stores and commercial building. An old traffic signal is in the middle of the street in the distance.
Date: 193?
Partner: Taylor Public Library

Main Street Looking North

Description: Photograph of Main Street looking north from Second Street, Taylor. Note the wooden structures, and the Taylor National Bank in the lower right of the photograph. Streets in this period were unpaved. Horse-drawn wagons are transporting bales of cotton.
Date: 188?
Partner: Taylor Public Library

Main Street Looking South

Description: Postcard of Main Street, look southward at the intersection of Fourth Street. Note traffic signal in the center of the road, and automobiles parked in front of businesses and stores on Main Street. No correspondence on the back of the postcard.
Date: 193?
Partner: Taylor Public Library

Main Street Parade

Description: Photograph of the Main Street Parade, date and celebration unknown. The view is from 4th Street looking south on Main Street. Visible are onlookers and horse-drawn wagons and floats in the parade. Note the streets are unpaved.
Date: 190?
Partner: Taylor Public Library

Main Street, Taylor, Texas

Description: Postcard of a general view of Main Street in downtown Taylor. Note the horse-drawn buggies on the right side of the street and the man leaning against his car on the left side. There is no correspondence on the back of the postcard.
Date: 190?
Partner: Taylor Public Library

Man on a Horse

Description: Photograph of man on a horse on an unidentified street in Granger. Name of photographers on the right side in red ink: Heiman & Schlueter, Bartlett and Granger, Texas.
Date: 189?
Partner: Taylor Public Library