Photograph of three men posing in front of a Wells Fargo horse-drawn wagon. The two on the left wear jackets and bow ties. The man on the right, who wears a vest and holds the horse's reins, has been identified as Carl Mountz.
Photograph of a large cow standing in a field. The text under the photograph reads: "The grand champion Beau Randolph No. 418893. Bred by Gudgell and Simpson, Independence, Mo., and sold to Jowell and Jowell of Hereford, Texas, for $5,000. -- Resold by them to Mrs. H.M. Pegues and son, Odessa, Texas for $7,000."
Photograph of Rat Jowell showing his registered Hereford Bull, either Climax 5th or Anxiety 4th. Jowell wears a suit and hat. The text underneath the photo reads: "One of first Anxiety 4th. Registered Herefords brought to county in 1898 by Rat Jowell and L. R. Bradley, shown here by Jowell. The town got its name from this herd."
Photograph of the interior of the First National Bank. The men standing behind the counter are Ry Higgins, Claude Ricketts, O. C. Rockwell, W. S. Higgins, T. B. Slaughter, E. B. Posey, and Abby Fuqua.
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