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[Students in Front of School]
Photograph of the entire student body of the Gumshade school in Romayor, Texas, standing in front of the wooden school building.
First Methodist Church
Photograph of First Methodist Church, erected in 1905. Writing on photograph indicates address E. Church South. A.L. Carnes, P.C.
Wright Hotel
Photograph of The Wright Hotel at the corner of Travis and Houston that was owned and operated by "Grandpa Wright." Built in 1905 on the site where Farmer's State Bank was located at a later date in downtown Cleveland
[Class on a School Steps]
Photograph of the 1924-1925 first grade class of students and their teacher posing on the steps of the school building in Cleveland, Texas.
Cattle Dipping
Photograph of cattle being herded into the squeeze chute to be treated. Two cowboys are on the fence to the right, herding the animals.
Thomas A. Boothe, M.D.
Photograph of an early physician in Cleveland.
[1932 Liberty County Officials]
Photograph of head shots of the 1932 Liberty County officials, including C. A. Miles, C. E. Smith, Pat C. Lowe, H. D. Grogan, Ernest Pickett, R. E. Biggs, V. E. Simmons, B. B. Lovett Sapp, Thomas B. Coe, W. W. Jett, E. H. McLean, Gerald Partlow, George L. Farmer, K. B. Rice, J. K. Turner, and Tom Minnock. A picture of a building is placed in the middle of the photo.
[Political Helicopter]
Photograph of Lyndon B. Johnson's helicopter arriving at Clements Field in Cleveland, Texas. The helicopter has "Lyndon Johnson for U.S. Senator" written across the tail and side. A man is visible in the cockpit. Local stories say that people were more fascinated with the helicopter than the candidates.
TGT Workers
Photograph of group of workers for TGT
Anderson Hotel
Photograph of the Anderson Hotel which was located on the corner of old highway 59 and San Jacinto Street in Cleveland, Texas. The hotel had a large stairway leading to the upstairs rooms from the luxurious lobby. It also had a resturant within the hotel.
Austin Library (First Public Library)
Photograph of first public library in Cleveland built by Ms. Austin. It was about 1/2 block from the grammar school. Students would walk single file to check out books. Three sides of the Library were shelves of books. The only other item was a small desk and chair where the librarian worked.
Trail Riders
Photograph of SALT gRASS trail riders ride through Cleveland
First Baptist Church Choir
Photograph of First Baptist Church Choir in 1954. Choir members from left to right are: Front row: Mrs. Theo Scott, Mrs. Ernest Cummings, Mrs. Newman Powers, Mrs. Edsel Brown, Mrs Cam Arrendell, unknown Second row: unknown, unknown, Sally Harkins, Aunt Annie Wright, Elma Lee Tanner, Tula Overton Third Row: unknown Choir Director: Max (last name unknown)
Foster Lumber Company
Photograph of Foster Lumber Company shortly before it closed. Shown in the picture is the railroad tracks ("Dinky") connecting the mill with the Santa Fe Railroad. The commissary, post office and mail office is also in this location.
KLVB Radio Station
Photograph of Grand opening of the local radio station, KLVB.
KLVB Radio Station
Photograph of the Local radio station on Plum Grove Road SE of Cleveland.
Capco Industry
Photograph of executives and staff of Capco Industries. (from left to right)Glea Ramey..
Mosby Furniture Company
Photograph of Skeeter Mosby, owner of Mosby Furniture Store on west side of old Hwy 59 in Cleveland.
U. S. Postal Service
Photograph of postal workers preparing to make the first city postal deliveries in Cleveland.
Hank's Motel
Photograph of a guest room at Hank's Motel located on highway US 59 north of Cleveland, Texas. The room includes a single bed, a bedside end table containing a glass ashtray to the right with a lamp above, a small built-in desk and stool (left), and a bathroom partially visible through an open door on the left side of the image. A framed image is hung on the wall above the bed.
United States Post Office
Photograph of the Grand Opening of the United States Post Office on the corner of College and Crockett in Cleveland, Texas. The man at the podium was the area's congressman at the time, U.S. Representative Jack Brooks
Dunnam Home
Photograph of the Dunnam Home at Fostoria, Texas. Mr. Dunnam was an executive for Foster Lumber Company,
Fostoria Lumber Mill Commissary
Photograph of the interior of the Fostoria Mill Commissary, shortly before the mill closed in 1957. ....
Fostoria Sign
Photograph of a highway sign located on Hwy 105 west of Cleveland, Texas. The sign is pointing south of 105 to the location of Fostoria, a community formed from the establishment of Foster Lumber Company.
Perk's Steak House
Photograph of the empty dining room of Perk's Steakhouse which was located on Highway 59, north of Cleveland. There are booths around the outside of the room, several rows of square tables with chairs, and a long counter with stools on the left side of the image. In the background, parked cars are visible through the front door and windows.
Perk's Steak House
Photograph of front of Perk's Steak House located on Hwy 59 North of Cleveland offering curb service and inside dining and meeting rooms.
Perk's Steak House
Photograph of dining room of Perk's Steak House. The Steak House was located on Hwy 59 North of Cleveland.
Perk's Steakhouse, Kiwanis meeting room
Photograph of Kiwanis meeting room in the Little shamrock restaurant.
"Pete" working at his Service Station
Photograph of "Pete" at his full-service service station. He is wearing a uniform including a hat and shirt with the "Mobilgas Mobiloil logo" and is pumping gas into a car, with one leg propped on the back bumper.
"Pete" working at his Service Station
Photograph of "Pete" washing a customer's windshield at his service station. He is wearing a uniform, including a cap with a "Mobilgas Mobiloil" logo and the station building is visible behind him.
"Pete's" Service Station
Photograph of "Pete," one of many gas station workers and owners, putting gas in the tank of a partially-visible vehicle. Pete is wearing a uniform including light-colored slacks and shirt, as well as a hat with a brim; the hat and shirt have patches that say "Mobilgas Mobiloil" with an image of a pegasus. The gas station building is visible in the background. The station offered full service, i.e., filling the tank, cleaning the windshield, changing oil, and tire service.
Service Station at Fostoria
Photograph of Fostoria, Texas which was west of Cleveland, Texas on Highway 105. The Foster Lumber Company was located at this site and the community was self contained with commissary, gas station, school, housing, etc.
Grand opening of the Malarky Room
Photograph of the grand opening of the Malarky room which was an addition to the restaurant that was built earlier. The owners
Little Shamrock Restaurant
Photograph of employees and owners of The Little Shamrock Restaurant posing in a line behind a long, banquet-style table with various food laid out on it. A pie case is behind them, and a small keyboard is visible in the far corner.
Little Shamrock Restaurant
Photograph of dining area of Little Shamrock Restaurant.
Clesson Welding Shop
Photograph of Clesson Welding Shop.
Allen & Bazoon Garage
Photograph of a local garage. There is a jeep parked under the drive-through part of the building. A pick up truck and several cars are parked on the side street. Note that the name of the establishment on the window is backwards... installer put it in backwards and was never corrected.
Boy Scout Troop and their Leaders
Photograph of.Boy Scout Troop riding in parade.
The Church at Fostoria, Texas
Photograph of a chuch that was located in Fostoria, Texas on the grounds of the Foster Lumber Company.
Dairy Day Contestents
Photograph of a contestant posing with the cow that he entered in the livestock-judging portion of the Dairy Day celebrations in Cleveland, Texas. The cow is multi-colored and wearing a halter. The young man is standing behind the cow and is wearing a checkered shirt, jeans, and cowboy boots. He is also holding a ribbon against the cow's back. There are trees and other contestants in the background.
Foster Lumber Company's New Office
Photograph of a new office built at Fostoria by Foster Lumber Company.
Fostoria School
Photograph of along with the mill at Fostoria, there were most the resources a family needed including a school.
Cox Machine Shop
Photograph of Cox Machine Shop that was located north of Cleveland just off the Coldspings road. The shop was located by the Cox's home where they raised their children. All the children attended Cleveland schools. L to R is Mr.Cox, Charlie Welborn, ?,?,?.
Christmas Parade
Photograph of unknown young ladies on a float in the Christmas parade.
Christmas Parade
Photograph of annual Christmas parade in Cleveland
Morrison Hay Barn
Photograph of a performance at Morrison Hay Barn.
Morrison Hay Barn
Photograph of a performance at Morrison Hay Barn
Leggett Memorial Hospital
Photograph of hospital employees and Dr. Barnett holding a banner in front of the Leggett Memorial Hospital announcing the arrival of the polio vaccine. The banner says: "Get Your Sabin Polio Vaccine Here Aug. 5th."
Little League Ball Team
Photograph of a Little League ball team posing in two lines in a field. The boys in the front row are down on one knee and two boys in the center are holding up a bat and a ball; the boys in the back are standing and are bracketed on either end by adult coaches. All of the boys are wearing white T-shirts with the text "Cleveland Pharmacy Giants."
Southern Pacific Railroad
Photograph of a Southern Pacific engine and several cars on a railway track, viewed from across a grassy field. Buildings and cars are visible in the background.