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Calderon-Mendoza Wedding
Photograph of the wedding party and guests in front of St. Austin's Catholic Church. Newman Hall is in background to the right.
Calderon-Mendoza Wedding
Photograph of bride, groom and parents standing behind the table.
Calderon-Mendoza Wedding
Photograph of the bride and groom cutting the wedding cake.
Calhoun Baby
Photograph of a baby seated in a chair surrounded by toys.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of home construction in a neighborhood in Brownwood.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of two women looking at a list. One is holding a tiny baby.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of cars parked at Camp Bowie.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of construction at Camp Bowie. Construction debris and piping is visible.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of men constructing a ditch or a road.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of road at entrance to Camp Bowie.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of three men selling goods out of their truck.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of oil trucks and other vehicles at Camp Bowie.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of two wrecked cars.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of a man at a military radio.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of construction at Camp Bowie.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of roadside stand, with advertising for Coca-Cola and Barq's Root Beer.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of car towing living quarters/tent. Another tent is abandoned behind the car.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of road at entrance to Camp Bowie. Evidence of camp construction in the background.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of military camp taken from roof of building. Military vehicles in foreground.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of car towing living quarters.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of the exterior of Camp Bowie. Sewer pipe in the foreground, completed buildings in the background.
[Camp Bowie]
Photograph of the exterior aerial view of Camp Bowie.
[Camp Bowie Law Enforcement]
Photograph of three Texas law enforcement officers.
[Camp Bowie Law Enforcement]
Photograph of three unknown law enforcement officers in uniform.
Camp Bullis -- Colonel Wakefield
Photograph of two men in uniform standing behind desk. Camp Bullis is located in Bexar County northwest of San Antonio. During WWII it was used as a training base for the 2nd, 95th and 88th Infantry Divisions.
Camp Mabry -- Building #6
Photograph of the interior of Building #6 at Camp Mabry.
Camp Mabry -- Building #6
Photograph of the exterior of Camp Mabry Bulding #6.
[Camp Mabry - Return of Colors]
Photograph of man in uniform receiving flag.
[Camp Mabry - Return of Colors]
Photograph of soldiers marching in formation carrying flags.
[Camp Mabry - Return of Colors]
Photograph of men in military uniforms standing outside of the State Capitol building. The man in the cowboy hat is Governor Coke Stevenson.
Camp Mabry - West End
Photograph of Camp Mabry buildings -- west end.
Camp Swift -- Induction Ceremony of the Old 59th
Photograph of a large military group marching in a field and saluting to the right. During WWII Camp Swift was an infantry and medical training camp. It also served as a POW camp, primarily for Germans soldiers from Rommel's Afrika Korps.
Camp Swift -- Induction Ceremony of the Old 59th
Photograph of men in uniform with civilians standing in the background.
Camp Swift -- Induction Ceremony of the Old 59th
Photograph of soldier standing before microphones. Others stand at ease in the background.
[Capital Chevrolet]
Photograph of exterior of automobile dealership buildings at 220-224 E. 5th St.
[Capital Memorial Park]
Photograph of the entrance to the cemetery. Also known as Capital Memorial Gardens, this private cemetery was opened between 1948-1950. It was later sold to Cook-Walden and is located at IH-35 and FM 1825.
[Capital Memorial Park]
Photograph of the entrance to the cemetery. Also known as Capital Memorial Gardens, this private cemetery was opened between 1948-1950. It was later sold to Cook-Walden and is located at IH-35 and FM 1825.
[Capital Memorial Park]
Photograph of the entrance to the cemetery. Also known as Capital Memorial Gardens, this private cemetery was opened between 1948-1950. It was later sold to Cook-Walden and is located at IH-35 and FM 1825.
[Capital Memorial Park]
Artist's rendering of aerial view of park. Also known as Capital Memorial Gardens, this private cemetery was opened between 1948-1950. It was later sold to Cook-Walden and is located at IH-35 and FM 1825.
Capitol Chevrolet, Inc.
Photograph of the exterior of the building with personnel standing in front.
Capitol Chevrolet Incorporated
Photograph of Capitol Chevrolet tow truck.
Capitol Chevrolet Incorporated
Photograph of exterior of building. Capitol Chevrolet which was located at 220-224 E. 5th Street.
Capitol Chevrolet Sales Personnel
Photograph of James J. Stahl, who was a salesman at Capitol Chevrolet in 1949.
Capitol Chevrolet Sales Personnel
Photograph of Jack A. Fulkes.
Capitol Laundry
Photograph of Capitol Laundry's Shopper's Parking Service building.
Capitol Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Photograph of Capitol Laundry and Dry Cleaning Sub Station and adjacent neighborhood. This sub station was located at 301 W. 8th Street.
Capitol Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Photograph of Capitol Laundry and Dry Cleaning Sub Station. This sub station was located 301 W. 8th Street.
[Capitol Machine Works]
Photograph of the exterior of the Capitol Machine Works building. A large tow truck is parked in front of the building and three men are leaning against the truck.
[Capitol Monument to Builders of State of Texas]
Photograph of a monument across from the Texas State Capitol Building. It reads: "This Memorial to the Builders of the Great State of Texas Erected A.D. 1938 by the Texas Historical and Biographical Record." A list of names follows.
[Capitol Truck and Trailer]
Photograph of the exterior of the Capitol Truck and Trailer Company building. There is a large truck parked in front of the building. The truck is carrying a crane.