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Family Portrait

Description: Copy negative of a Boles family portrait with some of the people labeled. Some of the labels are "Boyd's wife," "Ballard's wife," "great Grandmaw Boles," and "her sister." There are five women, three men, and 10 children. Some people are sitting. and some are standing.
Date: unknown

Music School Class

Description: Copy negative of the Ivan Singing School in 1902. The group includes twenty girls and thirty boys. The girls are wearing light-colored lace dresses and the boys wear suits, vests and neckties. In the center of the group is an organ with a young man seated in front of it. Behind the group is a building with a banner that reads, "Ivan Singing SChool Closed Aug thr 15, 1902. J.J. Day Teacher, J.M. Day Organist, G.A. Mangrum".
Date: unknown

Community Group Picture

Description: Copy negative of a community group photograph in Ivan, Texas. The group includes men in suits and hats, women in long dresses and hats and small children. People are standing in the center of the frame and several horse-drawn buggies with people are on the right and left sides. In the foreground is a dead tree and in the background is a township.
Date: unknown

School Group Picture

Description: Copy negative of a school group picture in Ivan, Texas. The group includes Mr. Vaughn, the teacher, in the center of many students. There are twenty-six girls in dresses and bows and thirty-two boys in dark suits and ties. Several boys are holding hats or have them placed in front of their feet.
Date: unknown

Music School Class

Description: Copy negative of the Ivan Development Music Normal in 1903. The group includes twenty-five young women in high-collared lacy dresses, fourteen men and boys dressed in suits and neckties, and an infant on a woman's lap. In the center an organ with a woman seated at its bench. Several people are holding guitars and violins. There is a dog in the foreground. Behind the group hangs a banner that reads, "First Session of Ivan Development Music Normal, Closed Aug 29, 1903. J.J. Day Prin., J.W. Day First Asst., Miss Georgie Robertson, Inst. Teacher". Printed on the mat below the photograph is, "The Ivan Development Music Normal, J.J. Day Principal., J.W. Day, First Assistant., Miss Susie Milam, Secretary, Ivan, Tex."
Date: unknown

School Children

Description: Copy negative of a group of school children and their teachers in Ivan, Texas. The group includes the teachers Tommy Clyde Hefner and Mr. Shook. There are eighteen young girls, twelve young men and two grown men. The boys are dressed in shorts and jackets, the girls in dresses and bows, and the men in suits and bow ties. Seven hats are on the ground.
Date: unknown

Baseball Team

Description: Copy negative the Ivan, Texas baseball team. The group includes Blanton Norton, Len Martin, Sterling Weatherford, Drew Johnson, Slate Walker, Walter Watkins, Pete Delong, Elmer Milam, Walter Milam, Wesley Weatherford and Jim Norton. Six of the men are wearing baseball uniforms and six are wearing button-up shirts, including one man wearing a hat. Eight cowboy hats are on the floor in front of the group.
Date: unknown

Portrait of Couple

Description: Copy negative of an unidentified couple seated on chairs atop an animal-hide rug. The man has a dark beard and is wearing a dark suit with a vest and cowboy boots. The woman is wearing a long dark dress with puffed sleeves and a high collar.
Date: unknown

Two Dove Hunters

Description: Copy negative of two images. The image on the right shows two men holding shotguns and dead doves. One man is wearing a hat. The second image shows three men and one woman gathered around a campfire. Two of the men wear hats and the woman is wearing a dress and bending over. In the foreground is a chair and a car.
Date: unknown

Couple by House

Description: Copy negative of Mamie Hatchett and John Berry in Stephens County, Texas where he was born. They are standing on the left of the picture with a dog, in front of a stone house with a car partially visible in the foreground.
Date: 1950~