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Description: Photograph of the reuinion of ranch hands at the F Ranch house before it was razed In the photo, L-R: Bascom Jenkins of Floydada, O.W. Stroup of Quitaque, Rux Eddleman of Turkey, J. Henry Hughes of Quitaque, Hiram Sweeney of Amarillo, William Adophus Merrell of Quitaque, Dr. J. Ed Crawford of Tulia. This picture was taken August 22, 1941.
Date: August 22, 1941
Description: Photograph of two individuals identified as George W. Coe and Nan Hillary Harrison standing by the old Lincoln County courthouse, which was turned into a museum. Several handwritten notes on the back read: "Old Lincoln County [C]ourt House Recentl[y] [R]estored as a Museum [by] the Pioneers of Linco[ln C]ounty", "Billy the Kid", "Georgia Redfield", and "Lincoln Co. Courthse. made into museum."
Description: Photograph of the lobby in the Hilton Hotel when it was decorated to resemble a corral for an event. In the foreground of the photo are: L-R Joe Barton, "Dusty" Waller, Abe Mayer, little "Bubba" Hughes, Duwain Hughes, Howard Cox, and Chester Clark. This hotel is now called the Cactus Hotel.
Description: Photograph of the Original Pony Express Home Station #1 built in 1859 in Marysville, Kansas. Behind it stands the Elms Hotel.