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[Small wooden house]

Description: Photograph of a small, wooden house taken by Kirby Campbell. It is pictured in a field of tall grass, and there is a small shed on the right side of the photograph. Handwriting on the back of the photograph indicates that the house is located North of Lutie.
Date: unknown
Creator: Campbell, Kirby

[Turley house]

Description: Photograph of a small, wooden house taken by Kirby Campbell, identified as the Turley house. The walls are slanted and there are holes in the roof. The house is pictured at night, and is lit with artificial lighting. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the house is located West of Wellington, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Campbell, Kirby

Collingsworth County, Texas History, Volume 2

Description: This volume about Collingsworth County, Texas describes various aspects of the county's history, including: early county history, current county [history], churches, schools, organizations, early business, current business, agriculture, military, families, and dedications and memorials. Index starts on page 291.
Date: 2009
Creator: Collingsworth County Book Committee

[Aerial view of Wellington State Bank and Wellington Hotel]

Description: Postcard of an aerial view of the Northeast corner of the square in Wellington. The visible buildings include the East side of the courthouse, the Wellington State Bank, and the Wellington Hotel. There is a horse-drawn wagon in front of the Bailey Grocery Co. building, and a group of people standing at the door of the Wellington Hotel. Other people can be seen walking across the street. There are houses and fields in the background.
Date: unknown

[Ambulance facility]

Description: Photograph of two men standing next to an ambulance outside of an ambulance facility. They are identified as Ray Cozad and Bobby Jack Watson. The facility has a three-car garage with two other vehicles inside of it.
Date: October 25, 1973

[Andy McDonald's Cafe and Bakery]

Description: Photograph of the interior of Andy McDonald's Cafe and Bakery on the South side of the square in Wellington, Texas. Two men are standing behind a counter with bar stools on the left side of the photograph. There is a small boy standing by a table and looking towards the camera.
Date: unknown

[Automobile dealer]

Description: Photograph of C. W. Roberts Automobile dealer. The dealership garage is a small, wooden building. There are two men with cars posing in front of the garage and looking towards the camera, and are identified as Thad R. Roberts and Harry L. Creed.
Date: unknown

[Bank in Wellington]

Description: Photograph of the interior of a bank in Wellington, Texas. It has a tiled floor and coffered ceiling. There are two men working on typing machines or registers in the middle of the room, and a man wearing a suit and tie in a doorway.
Date: unknown

[Baptist Hospital]

Description: Postcard of a Baptist Hospital building in Wellington, Texas. It is a small two-story building, and there are houses in the background. Handwriting on the back of the postcard states that Dr. E. W. Jones was a doctor there.
Date: unknown

[Beach home]

Description: Photograph of the Beach home, owned by Ben Beach. There are multiple men wearing suits and tending to horses, some of which are attached to carriages. There is a boy sitting in a tree on the left side of the photograph. The caption states that the house was later known as Pedigo Place.
Date: 1898

[Buggy and two horses in parade]

Description: Photograph of a buggy and two horses during a 4th of July Parade. The individuals in the buggy are identified as Mr. and Mrs. Joiner, owners of the Livery Stable. Two girls on the left side of the photograph are seated on the other horses and dressed as Native Americans. The horses have banners across their backs that cover the tops of their heads. The Presbyterian Tabernacle can be seen in the background above the neck of the horse that is second from the left.
Date: July 4, 1909

[Car in parade]

Description: Photograph of a car driving down the street in a parade. The car has the slogan, "Howdy Folks, Welcome" written on the side of it. There are people in the background and lined up on the side of the street watching.
Date: unknown

[Carriages at a warehouse]

Description: Photograph of a large number of horse-drawn carriages at a warehouse in a large field, called "The Old Ware House." The small building on the right side of the photograph is identified as a "cotton house." Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the buildings were similar to community buildings, and that a large picnic was taking place that day.
Date: unknown