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Description: Photograph of Wellington Offices and Fire Departments, on the corner of a small intersection. There is one small building pictured, with two garages for fire trucks. There are other small buildings across the street in the background.
Description: Photograph of a group of five people standing outdoors in the snow. They are pictured on the South side of Main Street in Dodson, standing in front of a cafe and barber shop. They are identified from left to right as Elton, McKinney, Bernice Riddle, Norma Copeland Coran, Abra Lewis, and Jo Ann Bowling Farris.
Description: Photograph of a group of students from the Wellington School. The are each in band uniforms and holding instruments. An accompanying note identifies them from left to right as Earl James, Edmond Shaid, C. G. Gray, O. B. Rayburn, Dick Ellis, and Howard Moore.
Description: Photograph of the Ford Dealership at the Collingsworth Motor Company. There are five cars parked inside of a large garage. Two men in suits and hats are standing near a door at the end of the garage. The operator of the dealership is identified as Kelly Pigg.
Description: Photograph of two cars inside the Collingsworth Motor Company Ford Dealership, operated by Kelly Pigg. The car on the left side of the photograph is a convertible, and there is a large bouquet of flowers in front of the car on the right.
Description: Photograph of a man identified as Jim White, standing on the reconstruction site of a highway. Writing on the back of the photograph states that the bridge being re-built was over Salt Fork of Red River on U. S. Highway 83, between Wellington and Shamrock. A gasoline truck and a wheat truck collided and destroyed the north part of the bridge.
Date: July 1949