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[Lamar School - Fifth Grade - 1948-49]

Description: Lamar School's fifth grade class - 1948-49 First Row, bottom, left to right Martha Pagitt Jayne Alldredge Jackie Hall Clara B. Walton Peggy Hodges Emma Hemby Judy Carnathan Second Row, left to right Tex Ann Alexander Julia Carter don Kelly Joanne Byrnes Elva Honea Third row, left to right: Ralston Gober Cheryl Walker Joe Jarrett Mary Reed Pat Faver Lewis Brimberry Fourth Row, left to right Jerry Walker Joe Henderson Nancy O'Neal Jack Rogers Geraldine Hudson Eddy Shannon Fifth Row, left to right: George Schmidt Dorothy Parker Phil Sandifer Mary K. Anderson George Rogers
Date: [1948..1949]
Item Type: Photograph

[Lamar School - First Grade Class - 1948-49]

Description: Photo of the 1st grade class of Lamar School, 1948-49 Teacher: Annie Cutter 1st row at bottom: Oliver Davis (standing) Bill Kennedy David Roark Gene Rapier Lee Boyd Foy Vineyard Danny Redding Bill Adams (standing) 2nd row Hayden Haskins Shelia Rapier Gloria Hanks Betty Lou Hooper Karen Streetman Patricia Haney Relda Dickey Marian Vick Sally Barnes 3rd row Linda Sue Hollingsworth Bobby Farris Donita Helmuth Barry Armstrong Billie Gene Mollard Walter Shuller 4th row Tommy Pace Mary Evans David Foster Carol Stone Mary Lou Beaird Bill Knowles 5th row Quinclyn Adams David Dial Robert Rex Wood Danny Joe Hughes Judy Jordan Roger Sanders 6th row Tom Dennis Sabra Bell Edwin McGee Roxanne Canfield Horace David Smith
Date: [1948..1949]
Item Type: Photograph

[Lamar School - Fourth Grade Class - 1948-49]

Description: Photo of the 4th grade class, Lamar School - 1948-49 Bottom Row - Left to Right David Hunter Bruce Black Sidney Baertich? Mike Morris John Herbert Talley Jams Wagnon 2nd Row from bottom Mary Katherine Farris Carolyn Crawford Elizabeth Herrin Mrs. R.H. Horn Joann Hensley Betsy Kay Delores Springer 3rd Row from Bottom Ray Read Larry Gore Karen Wheeler Gordon Redding Floyd Vineyard Maggie Ann Evans George Coleman 4th Row from Bottom Rayburn Moore Johnnie Marie Dudley George Holmes Ann Lynn Crass Sheldon Morgan Tome' Nell Nowlin ? Jerry David Elrod (standing) 5th Row from bottom Bill Hicks Tommie Bailey Hobart Lightfoot Mary Jane Fagan Jeff Lewis Sylvia Smith Bennie Liles Very Top Row Thomas Gene Taylor S.J. Moreman Jr Gracia Rae Cantwell Daphine O'Neill
Date: [1948..1949]
Item Type: Photograph

[Lamar School - Second and Third Grade Classes - 1948-49]

Description: Photo of the 2nd and 3rd grade classes of Lamar School 1948-49 1st Row Peggy Ann O'Neil Jimmie Walker Ada Mae Walston Don Reed Yvonne Tubb Janice Bedre Bob Jones Joyce Bell 2nd Row Maxey Thompson Paul Dressell Sue Crutcher Jackie Dean Juanice Woolsey Larry Roquemore 3rd Row Walter Denby Bill Rogers Harry Moore Glennis McLendon Clara Bell Evans Shirley Campbell Brenda Hudson Top Row Wayne Robertson Don Mack Campbell Mrs. Ruth Bailey Gary Sims Kathleen Blaser Teacher, Mrs. Ruth C. Bailey
Date: [1948..1949]
Item Type: Photograph

[Lamar School Second Grade - 1948-49]

Description: Photo of the second grade class of Mrs. Marie Lassiter at Lamar School in 1948-1949. First Row (left to right): Bobby Kenderdine Ronald Raper Billy Jones Bruce Stewart Ben David Campbell Bobby Honea Kenneth Ives Steve Claybourn Second Row Carol Ann Logan Ann Fish Jee Crutcher Jerry Andrew Betty Stewart Travis Sellers Ellen Ann Wynn Gayle Garvey Martha Lipscomb Third Row Derry Lynn Jones Edwin Willis Nancy Cook Dick Cummingham Elizabeth Anderson Franklin Reed Fourth Row Nancy Ann Kelly Charles henry Janette Overton Mary Sue Hooper Jesse Harwell Jimmy Hopkins Fifth Row Jerrold Nall Kay Anderson Jackie Harris Mrs. Marie Lassiter Larry York Zona Mae Shaver Charlie Schmidt
Date: [1948..1949]
Item Type: Photograph

[Lamar School - Third Grade Class - 1948-49]

Description: Photo of the third grade class at Lamar School - 1948-49 Top Row: Billy Logan Ann Simmons Tommy Wardell Billy Williams Virginia Henderson 2nd Row Ann Wheeler Tommy Cook Martha Ann Fagan Richard Farris Joy Harris Larry Shepherd Sylvia Foster 3rd Row Cam Davis Martha Helen Lowe Ronald Lane Marion Boyd Will Jordan Martha Ann Whitaker Dickie Rogers (standing alone) 4th Row Jerry Pendland Dick Reed Laura Nell Sanders Brian Bell Betty Liles George Honea Sarah Cantwell Kenneth Hopkins (sitting) 5th Row Mary Helen Nowlin Frederick Gates June Gravves James Saxton Evaun Walston Carl Bradley Freddie Seely Billy Raper Jane Martin Teacher - Ida Stevens
Date: [1948..1949]
Item Type: Photograph

[Donald Bowden]

Description: School portrait of Donald Bowden when he was a first grade student at Rusk School in Palestine, Texas. Bowden is seated and visible from the waist up, wearing a light-colored shirt and overalls. There is a line border around the image with the word "Palestine" written at the bottom and the date "1947'48" written along the right side.
Date: [1947..1948]
Item Type: Photograph

[Lamar School - 5th Grade - 1946-47]

Description: Photo of the fifth grade class at Lamar School - 1946-47 Row 1 (front) Jimmie Meese James McCredis? R.B. Scroggins David McClurry Ernest Pace Row 2 Eugene Fish Mary Joy Rushing Rosa Sikes Martha Ann Lemons Dick Hazelwood Marcia Barrow Barbara Dressell Row 3 Mrs. W.O. Logan Betty Jones John Floyd Morris Jay Lockey Donald Shuller Linda McDonald Row 4 Don Bell Gerald Moore Arlie Moore Bob Smith Paul Hinkle Henry Link David McNeil Row 5 Billy Joe Beagan Jan Woodard Amme Johnston? Marler Stow?
Date: [1946..1947]
Item Type: Photograph

[Volunteers in the Palestine Service Men's Club]

Description: Photo of the volunteers of the Palestine Service Men's Club, which operated to serve soldiers passing through the city. It was organized in June of 1942 by area residents, and was inspired by, but independent from, the USO club. Volunteers offered refreshments, letter-writing materials, music, dancing and conversation in the club's room at the O'Neill hotel, which was located across Spring street from the Railroad tracks. The women also took sandwiches and cookies to distribute to the soldiers unable to leave the trains. Additionally, the Palestine group financially supported a separate Negro Service Club that served African American Troops who often rode at the back of the trains farther down the line from this point. The club stayed active through the final days of the war and the last troop train came through town on January 1, 1946. Many military service people from around the country voiced their gratitude for their services.
Date: 1945~
Item Type: Photograph

[Volunteers in the Palestine Service Men's Club]

Description: Photo of the volunteers of the Palestine Service Men's Club, which operated to serve soldiers passing through the city. It was organized in June of 1942 by area residents, and was inspired by, but independent from, the USO club. Volunteers offered refreshments, letter-writing materials, music, dancing and conversation in the club's room at the O'Neill hotel, which was located across Spring street from the Railroad tracks. The women also took sandwiches and cookies to distribute to the soldiers unable to leave the trains. Additionally, the Palestine group financially supported a separate Negro Service Club that served African American Troops who often rode at the back of the trains farther down the line from this point. The club stayed active through the final days of the war and the last troop train came through town on January 1, 1946. Many military service people from around the country voiced their gratitude for their services.
Date: 1945~
Item Type: Photograph

[Volunteers in the Palestine Service Men's Club - WWII]

Description: Photo of the volunteers of the Palestine Service Men's Club, which operated to serve soldiers passing through the city. It was organized in June of 1942 by area residents, and was inspired by, but independent from, the USO club. Volunteers offered refreshments, letter-writing materials, music, dancing and conversation in the club's room at the O'Neill hotel, which was located across Spring street from the Railroad tracks. The women also took sandwiches and cookies to distribute to the soldiers unable to leave the trains. Additionally, the Palestine group financially supported a separate Negro Service Club that served African American Troops who often rode at the back of the trains farther down the line from this point. The club stayed active through the final days of the war and the last troop train came through town on January 1, 1946. Many military service people from around the country voiced their gratitude for their services.
Date: 1945~
Item Type: Photograph

[Aerial Photo of Palestine]

Description: Aerial view of the city of Palestine looking toward the north; Magnolia and Sycamore streets are visible, running north-to-south and crossing Main Street near the center of the image.
Date: 1940~
Item Type: Photograph