Copy negative of a Curry family portrait with Oscar H. Curry, Arthur H. Curry, Mary S. Curry, William A. Curry, Lucretia Curry, and Mary Elizabeth Short Curry. The two parents are sitting, and the children are standing behind and between them.
Copy negative of a portrait of the Buchanan family, with the parents sitting in chairs, three children sitting on hay bales, two children standing, and two babies in the parents' laps. Pictured are Robert Lee, George Young, Mary L. A., Henry William Andrew, Mary Prichard, Charlotte, Joseph C. Buchanan, and three others.
Copy negative of Nancy Boles and William Andrew Buchanan standing near a cemetery. Nancy is wearing a floral dress and hat and William is wearing dress pants and shirts with suspenders and is holding a hat in his right hand.
Copy photograph of a portrait of the Forbus family. Luther and Nannie Forbus stand behind their daughters, who stand and sit on stools. The daughters, a toddler and a baby, wear white dresses. Nannie Forbus also wears a white dress with a flower pinned to the front. Luther Forbus wears a three piece suit. Behind them is a painted backdrop of curtains. Below the photograph is a typed note that says, "Luther & Nannie Forbus and daughters."
Copy negative of two photographs. The portrait on the left is of Nat D. Perkins. He is wearing a dark suit with a bow tie and holding a curtain. An attached typed note beneath the photograph reads, "Father, Nat D. Perkins". The portrait on the right is of an unidentified woman seated in a chair with fringe. She is wearing a long dress with a light-colored collar.
Copy photograph of a portrait of Lee Perkins. He is pictured from the shoulders up and is wearing a suit and bow tie. Below the photograph is a typed note that says, "Lee Perkins, Gordonville (Uncle Billy's son)."
Copy photograph of a portrait of Ara, Eula and Hattie Dishman as young children. They are seated on a fur blanket in a chair. All three girls wearing light-colored dresses and are looking to their left. The studio is identified as Cole's Studio in Collinsville at the bottom of the photograph.
Copy photograph of Jack and Tilda Perkins with their four daughters and their families. The family group is posed outside a two-storey house. There is a wooden fence on which many children are sitting. Above the photo is a typed note that says, "Uncle Jack and Aunt Tilda, with their four daughters and their families, Whitesboro, Texas, about 1885.
Copy photograph of a portrait of Lula Perkins. She is posed standing with her right hand on a prop gate. She is standing on a fur rug and there are flowers nearby. Below the photograph is a typed note that says, "Lula Perkins (Uncle Billy's daughter)."
Copy photograph of a portrait of Jack and Tilda Perkins. They are posed with cutouts that look like a metal gate and stone wall. Behind them is a backdrop of trees. Below the photograph is a typed note that says, "Uncle Jack & Aunt Tilda Perkins."
Copy photograph of a portrait of Dick Perkins. He is posed with his left hand on a wooden column. Near his hand is a book. He is wearing a jacket, trousers and work boots. There is a typed note that says, "Dick Perkins (Uncle Dick's Son)."
Copy negative of Josh Dishman Cotton Gin. In the picture there is a big house with many windows and a barn attached to the side of the house. In the picture there are three people standing outside a door on a small deck. Also on the piture a wagon with a man on it is being pulled by two horses. Behind them is another barn type building attached to the house. On the picture there is writing that reads " Uncle John Dishman's gin, Collinsville, Texas (1895)"
Copy photograph of a portrait of Mollie Carson. She is posed next to a table covered with a tapestry and a wooden chair. Behind her is a backdrop of foliage. Below the photograph is a typed note that says, "Aunt Mollie Carson."
Copy photograph of a portrait of Bessie and Jennie Perkins. They are posed with their hands on a prop gate. Behind them is a backdrop with trees. Below the photograph is a note that says, "Bessie & Jennie Perkins (Uncle Jack's daughters)."
Copy photograph of a portrait of Ada Perkins. She is posed with her left hand on a prop gate and wall. Behind her is a backdrop of foliage. She is wearing a dark-colored dress. Below the photograph is a typed note that says, "Ada Perkins."
Copy negative of two pictures. The top picture is of William Morris and the Morris family posing in a large field in Grayson County, Texas. The bottom picture is of Gazzie and Art Morris standing by the back of a car in front of a mountain near Albany, Texas.
Copy negative of two photographs. The photograph on the left is of an unidentified man in a dark suit. The photograph on the right is of Johnny and Ida Perkins. Mr. Perkins is seated and wearing a dark suit and bow tie and Mrs. Perkins is standing beside him with her hand on his shoulder. She is wearing a dark dress with a large, ruffly white collar. Beneath the photograph is a typed note that reads, "Uncle Johnny & Aunt Ida Perkins".
Copy negative of John and Jennie Dishman with other family members at a family reunion. The group includes seven women, two men, one girl, one boy and a dog. All of the women except one are wearing light-colored dresses, the men are wearing suits and ties and the young boy is wearing a loose-fitting shirt. The group is seated on a porch and a stoop. A typed note beneath the photograph reads, "Uncle John & Aunt Jennie Dishman & family, about 1908 (Collinsville, Tex)".