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Description: This is an albumen photograph. It is a formal studio portrait of Carribel Keitt of Milford, Texas, wearing her wedding gown. The gown has a a lace collar, trailing veil, rows of pleats and lace on the bodice.
Description: This is a watercolor depicting a two story four square home. The sidewalk and yard also appear in the painting. A handwritten note on the back explains that this house was built just north of Louise Roll's house. It burned in 1945.
Creator: Louise Roll
Description: This is a convex portrait of a young African American male. He is wearing a very large hat. The back of the image has a label that reads: "PASCO. Robert Pelan. Lot #7979. Grade - crayon. Face Artist 3. This portrait guaranteed by maker."
Creator: PASCO - Robert Pelan
Description: Postcard of the United States as seen through the eyes of Texas. The state of Texas takes up the entire middle portion of the map, and a large red heart in the middle reads "Biggest and Best Greetings From".
Creator: West, Beatrice
Description: Postcard of the Cabaña Motor Hotel on Stemmons Freeway in Dallas, Texas. Cars are parked in the lot to the right. The typed text on the back reads: "Remember * * * * * * * * * * Phi Delta Theta Annual Alumni Chili Dinner and Stag - This Thursday, October 12, 1967. Dinner: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Games & Entertainment: 7:30 - 12:30. Tariff: Only $4.50 for 67 dues payers and slightly higher for those who didn't come across. Don't miss this memorable occasion! (The biggest and best stag ever)".
Description: This is a photograph of 21 men. They are posed in three rows, two standing, one sitting. They are identified beneath the photo as the Citizens Association of Dallas. The officers and the Executive Committee are listed. The top left corner has a note indicating that this was given to Commission Don F. Sullivan from Henry D. Lindsley.
Date: May 21, 1902