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John F. Worley Directory Co. Abilene City Directory, 1921

Description: Directory for Abilene, Texas includes address listings for businesses and individuals as well as advertisements from local businesses. According to the title page, the directory contains "a miscellaneous directory of state, county and city governments, educational institutions, churches, secret and benevolent societies, etc., a street guide and householders' directory, an alphabetically arranged list of business houses and private citizens, giving full names, occupation or pursuit, and address, also a complete classified business directory, 'The Buyer's Guide.'" The index to advertisers begins on page 9.
Date: 1921
Creator: John F. Worley Directory Co.

[Photographs of Abilene Christian College Faculty]

Description: Five photographs of various individuals associated with Abilene Christian College. The top left photo is of Dean Speck in front of a brick building. The bottom left photo is of Walter Sikes and Ella Faye Wallace standing on the sidewalk with Daisy Hall in the background. The top photo, second from the left is of young Billy and a very young girl covering her eyes with her left hand. The third photo from the left on the top is of Mrs. Speck and young Billy. The top photo on the right is of the Home Economics Teacher of the time.
Date: [1921..1922]

[Scrapbook Page: Byrd Ray Lewis Album]

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.
Date: [1921..1922]

[Scrapbook Page: Byrd Ray Lewis Album]

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.
Date: [1921..1922]

[Twelve Photographs of Abilene Christian College Baseball]

Description: Album page with twelve photographs of Abilene Christian College baseball players. Beginning on the top left, the first shows Loren Coffee, Vernon McCasland, and one other unidentified player standing in front of a brick building. The second shows Roy Coons smiling at the camera in a crowd of women. The third photograph shows an unidentified player at the plate swinging his bat. The last picture on the first row shows Dr. Schug standing in outfield with a baseball glove on his left hand. The remaining eight photographs show unidentified baseball players in uniform posed standing on the field, at bat, or pitching.
Date: [1921..1922]

[Photographs of Abilene Christian College Faculty]

Description: Three photograph of various individuals associated with Abilene Christian College on black construction paper. The photograph in the top left is of an unidentified young women wearing a dress and holding some books while she looks down toward the ground. The shadow of the person taking the photo is visible. The top right photo is of Dad Knowles who was the coach at the time. The bottom photo is of two women in matching polka dot dresses.
Date: [1921..1922]

[Scrapbook Page: Byrd Ray Lewis Album]

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.
Date: [1921..1922]