Eight unidentified men, four unidentified women and one child inside of Schlosberg's Store around 1910 in Henrietta, TX. Displays show a variety of fabrics, accessories and a hat while signs advertise shoes and Butterick Patterns further back in the store.
Looking west across the flooded Denver River in Henrietta, TX. On June 12, 1915, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Worsham walked this railroad track about 9 PM without lights. The water had gone down some but it was a dangerous journey for a man, let alone a woman. They had to feel their way along the track. This was the night that Mr. W.A. Warsham passed away.
People gathered on the square in Henrietta, TX for Henrietta Trades Day in 1915. Included int he picture are: Harry White, Henry Allen, and Tom Neldin. The Clay County Courthouse is in the background.
The crowning of the Queen at the May Day Festival in Henrietta on the SW corner of the courthouse lawn. She is surrounded by girls and young women in white dresses. A Maypole is in the foreground. Many spectators are holding umbrellas to shade themselves.
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