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[Allison Shell service station on W. University Drive]

Description: Photograph of the Allison Shell service station on W. University Drive facing east in Denton, Texas. A customer pumps their gas at the station; other cars are parked nearby. Store signs line the street on the right, including for Kat-Fish Korner. Buildings from Texas Woman's University rise above the skyline in the background.
Date: November 18, 1977
Creator: Denton (Tex.)
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Ariel Club

Description: Photograph of the Ariel Club members taken in front of the home of Mrs. John C. Coit. Pictured are: Back row: Eulallie Wright, Mrs. Joe L. Long, Mrs. H. F. Schweer, Lee Williams, Mrs. Prove Mounts, Mrs. Will Wright, Mrs. Alex R. Hann, Myrtle Brooks, Mrs. H. G. Allen, Helen Smith, Sallie Thornely. Middle Row: Mrs. Sidney J. Carroll, Mrs. J. S. Kendall, Mrs. S. A. Gibson, Mrs. John C. Coit, Mrs. C. T. Ramsdell, Mrs. Pearl McCracken, Mrs. M. S. Stout. Front row: Mrs. W. C. Edwards, Mrs. C. F. Witherspoon, Miss Alice Mounts, Mrs. L. H. Schweer, Miss Nora M. Hulett, Mrs. Charles Saunders.
Date: 1904

Ashley Newton Denton

Description: Head-and-shoulders portrait of Dr. Ashley Newton Denton, son of John B. Denton (1806-1841), for whom Denton County and City are named, and Mary Greenlee Stewart (1808-1848). Dr. Denton was born in 1837, the year the Denton family moved from Clark County, Arkansas, to Clarksville, Texas. He studied medicine and served as a surgeon in the confederate army. Dr. Denton practiced medicine for many years at San Marcos and Austin, Texas. He was a member of the Texas legislature for one term and from 1885 to 1888 was superintendent of the Texas State Mental Hospital in Austin. He was a close friend of Governor Jim Hogg, Col. E. M. House, and other prominent citizens of Austin. He was married twice and fathered a number of children. He died March 4, 1901, and is buried in San Marcos, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Broome Studio

Ashley Newton Denton

Description: Head-and-shoulders portrait of Dr. Ashley Newton Denton, son of John B. Denton (1806-1841), for whom Denton County and City are named, and Mary Greenlee Stewart (1808-1848). Dr. Denton was born in 1837, the year the Denton family moved from Clark County, Arkansas, to Clarksville, Texas. He studied medicine and served as a surgeon in the confederate army. Dr. Denton practiced medicine for many years at San Marcos and Austin, Texas. He was a member of the Texas legislature for one term and from 1885 to 1888 was superintendent of the Texas State Mental Hospital in Austin. He was a close friend of Governor Jim Hogg, Col. E. M. House, and other prominent citizens of Austin. He was married twice and fathered a number of children. He died March 4, 1901, and is buried in San Marcos, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Broome Studio

[Atrium at the Emily Fowler Library]

Description: View of the west end of the atrium on the upper level of the Emily Fowler Library, Denton Public Library. Librarian Martha Edmundson is in the foreground on the left side of the image with an unidentified library patron. Unidentified individuals are visible on the far side of the atrium.
Date: 1982