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Description: Enlarged photograph of an Abilene Christian College basketball game where number 7 is jumping in the air with other players with the referee looking on, and a crowd in the background looking on. The photo is very grainy. They are playing in the Wildcat Cage built in 1921.
Description: Black and white poster of Church of Christ missionary workers, showing the portraits of 60 men, women and children, arranged in a 12x5 patter. Each person is identified with notes on where and when his or her missionary work was done. A series of testimonials from the missionaries are located at the bottom on the poster.
Date: December 30, 1926
Item Type: Poster
Description: Photocopy of a scrapbook page of six panoramic views of photographs taken on the Abilene Christian College campus during the 1920s and 1930s. Five of the pictures are group photographs of graduating students and one (second from the top) is of three campus buildings.
Description: Portrait of Alta Woods Carr, visible from the chest up, wearing a dark-colored dress with detailing along the bodice and collar. Handwritten notes on the front of the photograph read, "Lest ye forget, Alta '22" and "Alta Woods (Mrs. Marvin Carr)."
Description: Photograph of some players from the 1927 Abilene Christian College football team. There are 11 players in formation with several houses in the background and a large tree in the upper right of the photo with a bench in front of it.
Description: Scrapbook page from a Byrd Ray Lewis scrapbook album. Photographs are of (beginning on the top left side): 1. Cal Sigrest holding his hat. 2. Lucille Walls sitting on a lawn while reading a book. She is wearing a bonnet. 3. Lucille Walls sitting next to two young children and another young lady - each look as though they are avoiding looking at something bright. 4. Dad Nowles wearing a letter sweater leaning back against a wooden fence. 5. Dean Speck serving dinner out by Daisy Hall. He is wearing an apron. 6. An unidentified man wearing a black three-piece suit and hat, standing on the steps of a building. 7. Lucille Walls Nelson sitting next to another female with brick pillars behind and next to them. 8. J.C. Brown sitting on a wall, wearing a hat, while resting one foot on a step. 9. Cal Segrist holding the bottom of his coat with one foot on the ground and the other on the sidewalk. 10. Olympia Claman sitting on the ground reading a book. 11. Lucille Walls wearing a fur collared coat and wearing a hat.
Description: Scrapbook page from a Byrd Ray Lewis scrapbook album. 1. A young woman and a young man sitting next to a tree. He has his hat in his lap with his hands holding it. 2. Alta Wood and Byrd Ray Lewis standing in some dirt. 3. Wendell Bedichek in overalls, eating an apple, while leaning against a wall looking at a young woman. 4. Raymond Pitman and Lucille Walls standing together. Raymond was the only one on campus with a car. 5. An unidentified man and woman sitting on the ledge of a building. The woman has a flower crown in her hair.
Description: Scrapbook page of four Abilene Christian College buildings from a Byrd Ray Lewis scrapbook album. Upper-left, Administration Building; Upper-right, Daisy Hall; Lower-left, Mule Barn; and Lower-right, Zellner Hall. Each photograph is labeled on the cardboard frame in pencil.
Description: Scrapbook page from a Byrd Ray Lewis scrapbook album. 1. Paul Witt and Thornton Arledge sitting on a wall next to the front steps of a building. 2. Byrd Ray Lewis at a picnic near Elm Creek gathering pecans. 3. Dean Speck leaning up against the wall on the steps in front of a building, resting his arm on the wall. 4. Dean Speck sitting on a barrel wearing overalls. 5. Two young ladies, one in a lighter colored dress and the other in a dark dress. 6. Thornton Arledge standing on the ground just off the sidewalk, wearing a hat and not looking at the camera. 7. Aldredge Mason (who later became Asst. Dir. at Pittsburg Glass) wearing nickers while holding his left wrist with his right hand. 8. An unidentified man standing in front of a building wearing a boater hat. 9. Lucile Walls Nelson in a different pose from the other side of this collection in photo #11. 10. Two different young ladies standing in the same spot as the young ladies in photo #5, however, the individual taking the photo has cast a shadow on both of them. 11. Ernest Legow standing in the doorway of a building, wearing a hat and tie, with a white shirt.
Description: Portrait of Bernice Compere (Mrs. Ivan H. Hensley), visible from the chest up, wearing a dark-colored dress with an intricate lace collar that extends to her waist. A handwritten note in the lower-right corner reads, "'Dear Teacher,' 1922."