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A. L. Scott Farm

Description: A. L. Scott and J. C. Coit standing in a cotton field on A. L. Scott's farm.
Date: 1912

A. L. Scott Farm

Description: A. L. Scott, J. R. Christal, L. T. Fox, and J. C. Fox standing in a cotton field on A. L. Scott's farm. That year the cotton on the farm made 69 bales from 50 acres.
Date: 1912

[Portrait of Wiggs' Family Home at the corner of Blount and McKinney Streets in Denton, Texas]

Description: Frame home with Mr. and Mrs. Z. Wiggs and three children, Rua, Noah, and Grace, in the yard. Written on the back, "The Wiggs family home located at 218 Blount St. in 1912 with Mr. & Mrs. Wiggs and 3 of their children Rua, Noah, and Grace (Grace who was later killed in 1925 in an early car wreck in the western part of Denton County). Blount St. no longer exists, but it used to run north-south from McKinney to Sycamore Street.
Date: 1912

Several Poses of C. A. Williams

Description: Six different head-and-shoulder portraits of C. A. Williams printed very small on one piece of photographic paper. Very likely a proof sheet. Charles Alexander Williams was the Sheriff of Denton County from 1856-1858.
Date: [1912..1922]

[Wiggs Family Portrait]

Description: Group portrait of the Wiggs family on the porch of a white frame house located at 218 Blount Street in Denton. The people listed in the photo are from left-to-right: Rua Wiggs, Ida Mae Wiggs-Ritter and her son Oscar Lee Ritter Jr., Grace Bessie Wiggs-Durham, the small girl is Juanita Ritter, Lou and Fred Wiggs, Rachael Wiggs, Noah R. Wiggs, the small boy is Walter Wiggs, Jr., Zeph Wiggs, Walter C. Wiggs & his wife, Martha Ann Fry-Wiggs.
Date: 1912