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[Portrait of James W. Harding]

Description: Portrait of James W. Harding, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a dark-colored suit. Note on the back of the photograph reads, "J.C. Elrod, Louisville, KY. Is this Jeff. H??'s Father? Photograph Galleries, 313 Jefferson, below Third Street, ground floor, and 428 Main, below Fourth Street, duplicates can be ordered."
Date: [1840..1919]
Creator: Elrod, J. C.

[Portrait of E.G. Sewell]

Description: Portrait of E.G. Sewell, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a dark-colored suit and an overcoat. Note on the back of the photograph reads, "B.Z. Cannaway, Resident Artist, East Side Public Square, Franklin, KY."
Date: [1840..1924]
Creator: Cannaway, B. Z.

Worley's Abilene (Taylor County, Tex.) City Directory, 1939-1940

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 "an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a directory of householders, occupants of office buildings and other business places, including a complete street and avenue guide and much information of a miscellaneous character; also a buyers' guide and a complete classified business directory." The general index begins on page 7 and the index to advertisers begins on page 8.
Date: 1939
Creator: John F. Worley Directory Co.

[Two Photographs of a Man and a Woman]

Description: Two tintypes of a man with a book in his right hand resting on his right knee and of a young woman in a dress with a flower on her chest, sitting in front of a tree. Both are in a different paper frames, contained within a purple paper frame. There is an envelope included which has, "Miss Maggie" written on it, as well as a white piece of paper that has, "Tintype, from Mary Wade Smith Materials" written on it.
Date: unknown

[Postcard of Girls' Home]

Description: Postcard of the Girls' Home in Thorp Springs, Texas, with students on the porch and balcony. There is a green, George Washington 1 cent stamp on the back with, "How is Inez? Everything is O.K. here. I'm working hard and studying too. Tonight is 'College' night and we'll have a ... (the rest is illegible and partially missing)." Addressed to Miss Inez Norton in San Angelo, Texas.
Date: unknown