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[Hereford College]

Description: Photograph of Hereford College between 1902 and 1915. A windmill is visible in the background.
Date: [1902..1915]
Item Type: Photograph

[Jewelry Store]

Description: Photograph of W. W. Meeks inside his jewelry store, where the telephone office now stands. Clocks are lined up on a shelf behind him, and watches and jewelry are on display in the case he leans on.
Date: 1902
Item Type: Photograph

[Jewelry Store]

Description: Photograph of W. W. Meeks inside his jewelry store, where the telephone office now stands. Clocks stand on a shelf behind him, and watches and jewelry are on display in the case he leans on.
Date: 1902
Item Type: Photograph

[Photograph of the Hereford Brand Office]

Description: Photograph of four men, Herbert Bigger, Frand Vanderburgh, Ed Manson, and Troy Womble, who carries a block of ice, outside the Hereford Brand in 1902. The photo is displayed at the Deaf Smith County Museum.
Date: 1902
Item Type: Photograph

[Photograph of the Hereford Brand Office]

Description: Photograph of four men, Herbert Bigger, Frand Vanderburgh, Ed Manson, and Troy Womble, who carries a block of ice, outside the Hereford Brand in 1902. The photo is displayed at the Deaf Smith County Museum.
Date: 1902
Item Type: Photograph

[Photograph of the Hereford House]

Description: Photograph of the parlor in the Hereford House in 1902. In the back row, there are 2 hotel guests, Allen Bell, Lena Daniel, Jim Cardwell, Nora Daniel, W. H. Russell, and Mrs. Molly Danile, who is seated at the piano. Frank Gamble and Sallie Robinson are seated in the front.
Date: 1902
Item Type: Photograph

[Photograph of the Hereford House]

Description: Photograph of the parlor in the Hereford House in 1902. In the back row, there are 2 hotel guests, Allen Bell, Lena Daniel, Jim Cardwell, Nora Daniel, W. H. Russell, and Mrs. Molly Danile, who is seated at the piano. Frank Gamble and Sallie Robinson are seated in the front.
Date: 1902
Item Type: Photograph