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Description: Portrait of students who attended Kinkler School during the 1932-1933 school year. There are three rows of male and female students posing outside, in front of the building. The school is one-story and has a front porch. To the left of the school are two trees.
Description: Portrait of students attending Kominsky School during the 1924-1925 school year. There are five rows of male and female students posing in front of the school building. Accompanying information lists the two teachers as Ida Gallia Hrncir and Millie Elstner. The principal is Charles R. Hrncir.
Description: Photograph of Lavaca County teachers and trustees at an event outside. There are rows of tables with food and people are lined up serving themselves. In the foreground is a large tree trunk. There is handwriting on the front left corner of the photograph that reads, "Eat, drink and be merry in honor of teachers and trustees, Hallettsville, Lavaca Co., Texas Sept. 9. 15."
Description: Portrait of students attending Menger School during the 1930-1931 school year. There are four rows of male and female students posed outside of the school building. A boy in the first row is holding a sign that reads, "Menger School, March 18, 1931, Miss Vera Kasper, Miss Alice Kasper." The two teachers are identified as Miss Vera Kasper and Miss Alice Kasper.
Description: Portrait of students who attended Menger School during the 1907-1908 school year. There are four rows of male and female students posing in front of the school building. According to accompanying information the teacher is Mr. Oho Fisseler and the school is locsted in District 42 in Lavaca County.
Description: Photograph of a Methodist church in Hallettsville, Texas. The building is white and has steps leading up to the main entrance. There are men and women standing outside of the church. In front of the church is a tree that is partially cut down. In the foreground is a dirt road. To the right of the church is a one-story building. On the bottom of the photograph there is handwriting that reads, "H. J. B. Braunig Photographer, <Jan. 26-41>." On the back of the mat are handwritten notes naming individuals.
Creator: H. J. Braunig