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Abilene

Description: Topographic quadrangle map of Abilene, Texas, and the surrounding area, showing towns, roads, bodies of water, and borders, with relief shown by contours (interval 100 feet) and spot heights. Scale 1:250,000
Date: 1954
Creator: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.
Location Info:

Abilene Boys Ranch

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of Abilene Boys Ranch. The building is a one story structure with a screened-in patio. There is a row of stones on the perimeter of the yard. A man can be seen walking up to the back door.
Date: 1956

Abilene Boys Ranch

Description: Photograph of a group of boys posing in two rows in a room of the Abilene Boys Ranch. The room is mostly empty of furniture. The younger boys stand in the front row and the older, taller boys stand in back.
Date: 1956

Abilene Boys Ranch #1

Description: Copy photograph of fourteen boys in a classroom with six adults, one of whom is standing at the front of the room at a microphone. The boys are sitting on folding chairs. The other five adults stand toward the back of the classroom. A bus can be seen through the window. A sign on the bus says, "Buy Mead's."
Date: unknown

Abilene Boys Ranch #2

Description: Photograph of fourteen boys in a classroom with six adults, one of whom is standing at the front of the room at a microphone. The boys are sitting on folding chairs. The other five adults sit toward the back of the classroom. A bus can be seen through the window. A sign on the bus says, "Buy Mead's."
Date: 1956

Abilene Civic Music at the Wooten Hotel

Description: Copy negative of Abilene Civic Music at the Wooten Hotel. There are five women sitting on a couch and chair with four men standing behind them in the room. The man on the far right is Robert Hunter, senior vice president emeritus and special assistant to the president of Abilene Christian University. The man to his left is George Bailey, the senior minister at University Church of Christ in Abilene from the late 1950s until the late 1960s. A painting is hung on the wall by the door.
Date: unknown