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[Men Butchering Meat at Victory Food Show]

Description: Photograph of give men butchering meat, with cuts of meat displayed on the walls behind them. A banner on the wall above the meat reads "First Annual Travis County Victory Food Show, March 17-18." According to a handwritten note on the back of the photo, the third man from the left is T. A. Mayes. About six people are on the opposite side of the table watching the men.
Date: March 1944

[Men erecting telephone or power pole in Crestview neighborhood]

Description: Photograph of several men erecting a telephone or power pole in the Crestview neighborhood of Austin. The men are wearing hats and one appears to be wearing a short-sleeved Hawaiian shirt. A small crane is visible on the right side of the image. In the background to the left, there is a sign which reads: "CRESTVIEW LARGE LOTS, $595, TERMS, A. B. Beddow, REALTOR, 7106 WOODROW AVE. - PHO._-7631". Several structures are visible in the background, which appear to be part of the old Richcreek Dairy Farm where the Crestview neighborhood was constructed. A. B. Beddow and the Austin Development Corporation were the developers of the neighborhood which was built up between the late 1940s to the mid 1960s. The neighborhood is bordered by Wooten neighborhood and Anderson Lane to the North, Allandale neighborhood and Burnet Road to the West, Brentwood neighborhood and Justin Lane to the South, and the Highland neighborhood and North Lamar Boulevard to the East.
Date: 1952

[Men examining brickwork at St. Paul's Lutheran School]

Description: Photograph of three men examining the brickwork at St. Paul's Lutheran School. The engraved stone says "St. Paul's Ev. Luth. School 1890-1930." The photograph was taken 23 years after the last date on the engraving. One of the men holds a box that is covered in brick dust while the other two look on. They have not yet opened the box.
Date: May 9, 1953
Creator: Douglass, Neal

[Men in Abilene, Texas]

Description: Photograph of two men in suits and bowler hats, standing by the side of a brick building. They are trading objects, one of which being a metal (possibly gold) bar. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says, "Windsor Hotel, Captain [...] gold prices sold for $6,000.00, 36 lbs."
Date: June 17, 1906

[Men in Camp]

Description: Stereographic photographs of men in a camp scene. Two men sit on the ground by a log and a third man sits under a tree. Several rifles lean against a log. In the background is a large rocky hill.
Date: unknown