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Description: Photograph of a man wearing a suit and bowler hat standing in a cotton field. The cotton extends all the way to the flat horizon.
Date: January 15, 1906
Description: Photograph of three men, Bob Rutledge, Phil Hanlon, and [unidentified] Hanlon, standing in front of many stacked bags of compressed cotton. They're holding and observing some of the cotton. They all wear suits and hats.
Creator: Caldwell, Frank, 1883-1962
Description: Photograph of two men, Thompson and Thompson, sampling cotton at a cotton compress. Bales of cotton are stacked neatly in the background. The roof of a wooden structure is partially visible over the men.
Date: January 1906
Description: Photograph of two men in front of a large, two-story building with a clock tower (likely the Mitchell County Courthouse). A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, "Jones & Ed Hanlon, Colorado City, Texas, 06."
Description: Photograph of several men, including a Mr. Thompson and a Mr. Rutledge, at a cotton compress. Bales of cotton are neatly laid out on the ground. A large wooden structure and a smokestack are visible in the background.
Date: January 16, 1906
Description: Photograph of a man at a mill named Bob in Abilene, Texas. The man is standing next to a large pile of cotton seed and a horse-drawn cart filled with seed. A cotton [seed oil?] mill is to his left, with large smokestacks protruding from the building.
Description: Photograph of several men, including a Mr. W.C. Moore, weighing bales of cotton with a large scale. The scale weighs the cotton by suspending it from a chain.
Date: January 10, 1906
Description: Photograph of two men on the front steps of a large brick building. A sign above the building's entrance says, "Post Office and Court House."
Date: December 29, 1905