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[Austin Women's Public Links Golf Association tournament at the Municipal Golf Course]
Photograph of four golfers standing on the green at the Austin Women's Public Links Golf Association tournament at the Municipal Golf Course. The Austin Women's Public Links Golf Association (AWPLGA) was founded in 1940 by local female amateur golfers at the Municipal Golf Course in 1940. According to the 1950 AWPLGA constitution, the organization was formed to "promote the true spirit of golf and good fellowship among its members." Membership was open to all women golfers of Central Texas. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road and donated to the city in 1936, has served it's citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Austin Women's Public Links Golf Association golfer swinging at the Municipal Golf Course tournament]
Photograph of a golfer swinging on a drive at the AWPLGA tournament at the Austin Municipal Golf Course. The Austin Women's Public Links Golf Association (AWPLGA) was founded in 1940 by local female amateur golfers at the Municipal Golf Course in 1940. According to the 1950 AWPLGA constitution, the organization was formed to "promote the true spirit of golf and good fellowship among its members." Membership was open to all women golfers of Central Texas. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road and donated to the city in 1936, has served it's citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Austin Women's Public Links Golf Association golfer at the Municipal Golf Course tournament]
Photograph of a woman golfer in view between tree branches at the AWPLGA tournament at Municipal Golf Course. The Austin Women's Public Links Golf Association (AWPLGA) was founded in 1940 by local female amateur golfers at the Municipal Golf Course in 1940. According to the 1950 AWPLGA constitution, the organization was formed to "promote the true spirit of golf and good fellowship among its members." Membership was open to all women golfers of Central Texas. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road and donated to the city in 1936, has served it's citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Rear of hut at Austin Municipal Golf Course]
Photograph of rear view of a small roofed structure with benches inside on the Austin Municipal Golf Course. The hut is surrounded by trees and uneven land with a green behind it on the right. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Parents and children visit turkeys at Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms]
Photograph of a group of parents and small children visiting the turkey coop at Pioneer Farms. Two children and parent look into the turkey coop. A white turkey is walking toward the coop. Feed covers the ground. In 1852, Frederick and Harriet B. Jourdan settled on the site near Walnut Creek with their children. In 1956, grandchildren Laura and Eugene Giles, donated the core of their grandparents' property to the Heritage Society of Austin, in order to preserve the pioneer experience. The site and its museum operated under the auspices of the Austin Natural Science Association and later by the Parks and Recreation Department of the city of Austin until it was transferred back to the Heritage Society of Austin in 2003. Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms operates multiple sites today. Pioneer Farms is a member of the American Association of Museums, the Association of Living History Farms and Museums, the American Association for State and Local History, the Texas Association of Museums and the Austin Museum Partnership.Pioneer Farms is a registered Austin Historic Landmark and a designated Heritage Tourism Destination Site. Our Pioneer School is community-education partner with the Austin Community College.
[Golfers and caddy on green at Austin Municipal Golf Course]
Photograph of a putting green at Austin Municipal Golf Course with one man, two women and a boy. One of the women puts the ball while the man holds the flag and a golf bag with clubs. The boy holds another golf bag with clubs while the second woman leans on her putter. A man on tractor rides by them behind the green. Trees are in the distance. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
View [of club house] at Municipal Golf Course
Photograph of Austin Municipal Golf Course and Club House and lawn. The grass is freshly mowed and the club house is partially obscured in the background by trees and shrubs. Club house entrance and right elevation are visible. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Golfers putting on green at Austin Municipal Golf Course]
Photograph of a family playing golf at the Austin Municipal Golf Course and a lawn maintenance worker keeping the grounds. One woman puts while a man holds the flag. A boy holds a second golf bag while a second woman looks on. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Hut at the Municipal] Golf Course
Photograph of Small roofed structure with benches inside at the Austin Municipal Golf Course. The hut is surrounded by trees and uneven land. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Golfers on the green at Municipal Golf Course]
Photograph of the green from the trees; man in foreground, five men with clubs in background. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Man walking in snow before Ranger statue at Texas State Capitol building]
Photograph of a man walking in the snow and carrying an umbrella to protect his uncovered head from snow flurries. He is in front of the Texas Ranger equestrian statue on the grounds of the Texas state capitol building. Light snow covers the sidewalk and ground, indicating this snowfall as the first.
[Municipal Golf Course club house]
Photograph of Municipal Gold Course club house in snow with lion statue representing the Lions Club, which built the clubhouse in 1928. The entrance opens to the right. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
Club house at Municipal Golf Course [in snow]
Photograph of Austin Municipal Golf Course Club House entrance covered in snow. Wooden chairs and a bench sit on the concrete patio to the left of the double screen door entrance. Two large bushes flank the walkway. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Austin Municipal Golf Course] caretaker's house
Photograph of the caretaker's house at the Austin municipal golf course. The house is made of white brick with several screened windows and a screen door facing a concrete patio. A wooden ladder leans on the side of the house to the roof. Construction debris litters the grassless yard. A shed sits behind the house. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Station wagon pulls Jackie Gerber, skiing on snow]
Photograph of Jackie Gerber of Austin, trying to ski behind a car on the first snowfall in several years. About 3-4 inches fell in the area, causing the closure of schools and many businesses. The modified water skies used by Gerber didn't do too well on the dry snow.
[Austin Municipal Golf Course club house]
Photograph of Austin Municipal Golf Course Club House front elevation. Screened double doors, a columned entrance, and gable windows are visible. The municipal Golf Course, constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928 at 2901 Enfield Road, has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been Austin's most popular course.
[Exterior of log cabin at Bohl's Place]
Photograph of the exterior of the log cabin at Bohl's Place. A bare tree stands on the side of the cabin. The cabin has a lifted, covered porch at the rear.
[Children's washtub band at Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farm]
Photograph of a washtub band consisting of at least nine young adults performing in a barn at Pioneer Farms. They wear homemade t-shirts that read "I'm a Singing Spark." Instruments consist of: three guitars, guitarron, banjo, washtub bass, and at least one tambourine. In 1852, Frederick and Harriet B. Jourdan settled on the site near Walnut Creek with their children. In 1956, grandchildren Laura and Eugene Giles, donated the core of their grandparents' property to the Heritage Society of Austin, in order to preserve the pioneer experience. The site and its museum operated under the auspices of the Austin Natural Science Association and later by the Parks and Recreation Department of the city of Austin until it was transferred back to the Heritage Society of Austin in 2003. Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms operates multiple sites today. Pioneer Farms is a member of the American Association of Museums, the Association of Living History Farms and Museums, the American Association for State and Local History, the Texas Association of Museums and the Austin Museum Partnership.Pioneer Farms is a registered Austin Historic Landmark and a designated Heritage Tourism Destination Site. Our Pioneer School is community-education partner with the Austin Community College.
[Mrs. Dena Collins with Turkeys]
Photograph of a woman kneeling down in a room full of turkeys. A handwritten note on the back of the photo says "Mrs. Dena Collins, Home Dem. Club member and poultry demonstrator, Pilot Knob Community, Travis Co."
[Young People Speaking on Stage]
Photograph of a young man and woman standing on a stage in front of a room of people making a speech. A sign on the wall behind them has the 4-H logo on the corners and says "To Make The Best Better." Several people are in the audience in the foreground.
[Children on Stage Holding Signs]
Photograph of a group children standing on a stage holding signs reading "Fruits," "Vegetables," "Cheese," and "Milk." One students holds a drawing of a tooth. A 4-H poster is on the wall behind them. Several people are in the audience in the foreground.
[Children on Stage]
Photograph of children sitting at a table on a stage with a young woman apeaking at a podium in front of them. A poster on the wall behind them has the 4-H logo and motto and reads "To Make The Best Better." Several people are in the audience in the foreground.
[Girl Holding Clothes]
Photograph of a young woman holding up shirts and dresses on hangers, with an open closet behind her. Shelves full of books are next to the closet. A school-room style chair with attached desk is in the foreground.
[Girls' 4-H Campsite]
Photograph of tents in a field with a lot of trees. According to a handwritten caption below the image, it is the campsite for a girls' 4-H camp in Travis County.
[4-H Members]
Photograph of a girl sitting at a desk and reading a book with the 4-H logo on the cover, and a boy standing behind her looking over her shoulder.
[Children at a 4-H Event]
Photograph of children signing in at a table with a 4-H banner on the front of it, at the entrance of a building.
[Young Woman Speaking at a Podium]
Photograph of a young woman speaking from a podium at a 4-H event. A young man stands behind her and other young men are in the background. They are outdoors, but under a roof. Trees are visible in the background.
[Woman and Child Outside a House]
Photograph of a woman standing on the front steps of a house with a child sitting next to her. The house is small and wood-sided. The area around the house is dirt and is not landscaped.
[4-H Members Giving Presentation]
Photograph of a young woman speaking at a podium in the front of a room. Two other girls are standing to her right and two boys are taking their seats to her left, all 4-H members. A screen is visible in the background. The shoulder of an audience member is visible in the lower left corner.
[Woman Outside a House]
Photograph of a woman standing on the porch of a wooden house and pointing away from the camera. In the lower right corner the trunk of a car is partially visible with things sticking out of it.
[Women in a Kitchen]
Photograph of two women standing in a kitchen looking at the contents of a cabinet. The woman on the left is wearing a suit and the woman on the right is wearing a dress with an apron and slippers. It appears that the woman on the left is teaching the woman on the right.
[Women Outside a House]
Photograph of two women standing on the front porch of a wooden house. On the porch are tables with potted plants. A brick pathway leads up to the house.
[Style Show]
Photograph of two girls standing on a stage at a style show wearing fancy white dresses. A sign on the curtain behind them reads, "There's magic in the right know how." A woman sits at a table with a microphone at the back of the stage.
[Style Show]
Photograph of a girl walking on stage during a style show wearing a floral print dress. A sign on the curtain behind her reads "There's magic in the right know how."
[Style Show]
Photograph of two girls modeling dresses on a stage with a small floral arrangement. A sign on the curtain behind them reads, "There's magic in the right know how."
[4-H Club Style Show]
Photograph of a girl in a dress smiling while walking down stairs from a stage. Next to her is a floral arrangement in the shape of the 4-H logo.
[Woman at a Style Show]
Photograph of an older woman wearing a dress and holding a purse while walking on stage at a style show.
[Group Portrait of Girls on Stage]
Photograph of a large group of girls in dresses standing on a stage. A big basket of flowers is in front of them and a painted backdrop of a forest is behind them. A banner hanging from the stage is partially visible and reads, "Tour T---."
["Spotlight On Fashion" Show]
Photograph of a girl in a white dress standing on an outdoor runway. Hanging from the runway/stage is a sign that says "Spotlight on Fashion."
[Man and Woman in a Yard]
Photograph of a man and woman working in a yard. A wooden house and a telephone pole are in the background.
[Award Ceremony]
Photograph of an award ceremony. A man receives an award from another man at a podium, while several other men sit in chairs behind them. A sign on the wall above the stage reads, "Agriculture." The heads of several audience members are visible in the foreground.
[Girl in a Garden]
Photograph of a girl holding vegetables in her hands while standing in a garden. She wears a white dress and sandals. Houses are in the background.
[Exterior View of a House]
Photograph of a house. Three chairs are on the front porch. Some wooden planks lead up to the porch. The yard is not landscaped. Trees are visible in the background.
[Boy in a Garden]
Photograph of a boy in a vegetable garden. He leans over and feels the leaves of a plant. A chain-link fence is in the background.
[Man on a Tractor]
Photograph of a man driving a tractor. He leans down and looks at the ground. Two other men are standing next to the tractor. A sign reading "3" hangs from the front of the tractor.
[Woman in a Kitchen]
Photograph of a woman standing in a kitchen opening a drawer. A cabinet door is open and dishes are visible. A calendar is on the wall.
[Girl with a Paper Mache Dog]
Photograph of a girl holding a paper mache dog, standing in front of a camera on a tripod. Several young men and women are in the background and some tents are visible behind them.
[Man with Horses]
Photograph of a man walking through a field with two horses. A colt or pony is partially visible behind one of the horses.
[L. B. Allen Arranging a Bedroom]
Photograph of L. B. Allen standing in a bedroom. A doll is on the bed, two pictures hang on the walls, and there is a bedside table with a lamp. According to a handwritten note on the back of the photo, she is giving a bedroom demonstration as part of the Pflugerville Home Demonstration Club.
[Display of Clothing]
Photograph of a display of handmade clothing. A sign on the display reads, "Texas Blind Deaf and Orphan School."