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Parking Meters on Denton Square

Description: Parking meters start on the right side of the frame and move back and out of the image. Street damage can be seen in the parking space in front of the foremost parking meter. Trucks and automobiles are visible in the street in the background in front of a row of shops.
Date: unknown

F.M. Bralley Jr.

Description: F. M. Bralley Jr. is leaning over in a garage looking at the front of an early model car. A paved driveway made with two runners of concrete is separated by a field of grass; the driveway starts at the bottom of the frame and leads up to the garage and Bralley Jr.
Date: unknown

[Walter Wiggs, Sr., Jim Grady, two unidentified men, and one unidentified boy on streetcar]

Description: Early Denton streetcar with sign on front saying: "Jarrell-Evans Dry Goods and Manufacturers Surplus Sale. Now in full blast." Man in uniform at the front of the streetcar is Walter Wiggs, Sr., and the man in the back with cigar is Jim Grady. The other individuals in the picture are unidentified. A boy can be seen hanging on the back of the streetcar and behind the streetcar a man is driving a horse-drawn buggy. The Denton Depot can be seen in the background. Along the side of the car is a sign reading "Denton Railroad Company".
Date: 1909~

[Walter Wiggs, Sr., Jim Grady, two unidentified men, and one unidentified boy on streetcar]

Description: Early Denton streetcar with sign on front saying: "Jarrell-Evans Dry Goods and Manufacturers Surplus Sale. Now in full blast." Man in uniform at the front of the streetcar is Walter Wiggs, Sr., and the man in the back with cigar is Jim Grady. The other individuals in the picture are unidentified. A boy can be seen hanging on the back of the streetcar and behind the streetcar a man is driving a horse-drawn buggy. The Denton Depot can be seen in the background. Along the side of the car is a sign reading "Denton Railroad Company".
Date: 1909~

[Streetcars no. 30 and no. 40 of the Denton Traction Company in front of the courthouse]

Description: The No. 30 and No. 40 Denton Traction Company streets cars in front of the Denton County Courthouse. The unidentified conductor for the No. 30 is standing next to the car and an unidentified passenger stands in the door. An unidentified passenger is standing in the door of the No. 40 car. The cars are standing at the diverging point for the lines at the intersection of Elm and Hickory streets. The streetcars were made by the Danville Car Company.
Date: 1911
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Portrait of the Six Vance Children

Description: Portrait of the Vance children in the grass with a background of trees. Jean, 10, is center frame standing up on her knees, wearing a light colored print dress. Margaret, 20, is sitting on her knees to the left of Jean, wearing a light colored blouse and a khaki skirt. Hawley, 22, is sitting indian-style to the right of Jean, wearing a dark suit and tie and a white shirt. The twins, Tom and Tim, both 16, are standing up on one knee and flank the center three individuals. One twin is wearing a dark suit and tie and a white shirt and the other twin is wearing a plaid blazer with dark tie and white shirt; the twins are not identified as to who is who.
Date: unknown

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams with Son, Will, on Their 50th Wedding Anniversary

Description: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams with their son, Will, on their 50th wedding anniversary. The Williams are sitting on a wicker bench and their son is standing behind them. A picket fence encloses the yard they are in and beyond the fence more houses are visible. Inside the picket fence there is one large tree behind Will and there is also a free-standing water spigot in the bottom right-hand corner of the image.
Date: unknown