Group photograph of the Abilene Christian College baseball team, showing ten plays and two coaches on either side. Note on the back of photograph reads, "ACC Baseball. From 1913-1914 Catalogue. Top row: 1. _____. 2. Earl C. Hays. 3. Milton Cranfill. 4. Roy Coons. 5. Jesse P. Sewell. Second Row: 1. Leslie Cranfill. 2. Merle McCasland. 3. Arthur Curry - Teacher. 4. Jim _____. Bottom row: 1. Earl Zellner. 2. Zene Powers. 3. Alva Nichols (Elmer's Brother)."
Photograph of a group of young women, wearing matching grey-colored coats and hats, lying on their stomachs in a field. Handwritten note in the bottom margin reads, “The six idiots.” A note in a different hand in the top margin reads, “In uniform.”
Photograph of the Abilene Christian College W.W. Debating Club, showing four rows of men in suits. Among those who have been identified include, O.M. Reynolds, Vincent Sikes, Lee Coffman, W. Claude Sikes, Roy Coons.
Photograph of six young women posed wearing their school uniforms. A short dirt embankment can be seen directly behind them. Handwritten note in the bottom margin reads, “On Elm Creek in our uniforms.”
Photograph of four young women dressed up and walking down the sidewalk with arms linked. All of the women stepping with their right foot first. One of the women is wearing a dark-colored jacket, but they all wear white dresses.