Photograph of Fire Chief John Ballew and his fellow firemen. They are all kneeling in a row in front of three fire trucks. The Chief and his firemen are all wearing matching shirts and ties. The fire station and an unidentifiable building are in the background.
Photograph of the Old Settlers parade held in Childress, Texas in 1947. The parade is being led by two men on horseback. Behind them are two more men on horseback holding flags followed by a line of cars and floats. The parade is traveling south on a busy street named "Commerce". Spectators line the street as the parade passes by. Some young boys are watching from the rooftop of a nearby restaurant.
Photograph of the Old Settlers' parade held in Childress, Texas in 1942. In the procession are two young children, a boy and a girl, in costumes riding scooters. Following them is a woman dressed as a clown and a line of men and women riding horses. The parade is traveling down a busy street lined with businesses, parked cars, and watchful spectators. Among the spectators is a man in military uniform.
Photograph of a painting entitled "Childress Training Days" with a Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan flying over Childress Army Air Field, Texas. Childress, Texas is visible in the background behind the plane.
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