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Pitching Hay

Description: On the Sanzenbacher Ranch, Cecil Mullins is pitching hay, Henry Sanzenbacher is in the foreground, and Uncle Henry Carle Sanzenbacher is on the light horse. Cattle are grazing in the background.
Date: c. 1923

Tom Campbell House

Description: Two-story house with porch and fence around it. Typed on front of photo, "PHOTO OF TOM CAMPBELL HOUSE about 3 miles S. of Stanfield in Clay County, Texas. Built in 1883 out of native stone. This photo made by Buddie Street."
Date: unknown
Creator: Street, Buddie

Buffalo Springs First and Second Grade

Description: First and second grade students of the Buffalo Springs School. List attached to the photo, "Mrs. Iva Selvage, Back Row (4 boys) ?, Gerald Bragg, Doyle Jones, Kenneth Times, Second Row (3 girls, 3 boys) Leota Cox, Betty Fuller, Velma Jean Alexander, Dean Scarber, Johnny Wayne Peden, Royce Times, Front Row (8 girls) Mary Jannett Brock, ?, Winnie Fay Cowley, Neomia Robertson, Wanda Edwards.
Date: 1938

Henrietta Chamber of Commerce

Description: Henrietta Chamber of Commerce with (front row) Volney LeFevre, W.W. King, T.K. Howard, Bradd Staggs, Lee Ham, (back row) Jim Alcorn, C.S. McKinney, R.C. Green, Frank Moore, F.F. Green, A.H. Bevering, J.T. Petro, Obenchain, and Judge J.P. Williams standing in front of City Hall.
Date: January 1927

Halsell Band

Description: Halsell Band standing with their instruments by Halsell Church in Halsell, TX. Drum says "Halsell Concert Band". Pictured are (l to r) Jess Arnold, Unknown. Unknown, Arthur Short, Perry Whitehead, Luther Denney, Ace Short, Bunk Whitmire. Seated on right, Ott Forester.
Date: 1925~

Henrietta Cafe

Description: Interior of Henrietta Cafe arounf 1920 with tables, chairs, barstools, tiled floor, and owners Cora and Charlie Capps. Inscription on back of photo states, "Brother & sisters ran this Henrietta cafe. May have been in the St. Elmo Hotel or where the Clay County Sherriff's Department is now located. They operated cafes at both locations. Pictured are Cora and Charlie Capps. Lou Capps also assisted. Great Aunts and Uncles to Jerry Payne."
Date: 1920~