Copy negative of a picture of the staff of the Melba Theatre in Dallas, posed inside the theater with some sitting on the floor, some sitting in chairs, and some standing. Their names are, from left to right on the bottom row, Fred Mueller, Richard Hamilton, David Henderson, James Harrison, R. B. Oliver, Frances Carr, and Jimmie Barhen. The second row is Nadine Sinclair, Charles Blaners, Joe Linz, Wally Akin, Charles Snyder, Paul Kay, Robert Cox, and Odie Mae Miller. The names in order for the top row are not visible, but some more men are labeled in the subject.
Copy negative of the Quarter Century Class of Dallas Consistory - Scottish Rite. There are about 50 men sitting in chairs and standing on stairs in front of a building. The event took place on November 10-13, 1930 in Dallas, Texas. There is a handwritten note below the picture and a partially visible newspaper article on the right.
Copy negative of the HSU Cowboy Band at the State Fairgrounds in the Hall of State building with a statue in the background. The band is arranged on steps, and standing in front of them are Mayor of Dallas Woodall Rogers, Wally Akin, and Harry L. Beal, President of the State Fair of Texas. There is a typed note in the bottom left corner and other pictures are partially visible below.
Copy negative of three unknown men and Wally Akin dressed in women's clothing. The men are sitting in a line on a window ledge of a brick building. They are wearing women's skirts with socks, dress shoes, suit jackets, vests, ties, and hats. Handwritten notes are around the image.
Copy negative of two pictures. The first is of Menvil Mae Buchanan and Scott Lavette Seastrunk standing in a yard with plants behind them, taken in 1924 in Putnam, Texas. The second picture is a portrait of Menvil Mae Buchanan Seastrunk in 1947, taken at the Baker Hotel in Dallas, Texas.
Copy negative of a group of children standing on the sidewalk in front of the Arcadia Theatre in Dallas, Texas. The movie "Big Time" with Lee Tracy and Mae Clark is advertised. Most of the children are boys, and one of them is holding a pair of roller skates.
Copy negative of the outside of the Arcadia Theatre in Dallas, Texas. There is a large sign promoting the movie "The Vagabond King" with Dennis King and Jeanette MacDonald. There are other signs near the entrance and a car is parked on the left.
Copy negative of two pictures of the inside of the Arcadia Theatre in Dallas. The first is the view from the stage, and the second is a view from the upper right side of the room. There are typed and written notes on the page.
Copy negative of an advertisements for electric signs. On the left are pictures of three theaters with the signs, Mr. Harry Gould and Mr. Marsline K. Moore. There is typed text on the right with testimonials about the signs from the two men and Wally Akin. Above and below this ad are other partially visible pictures of theaters.
Copy negative of a billboard for the Arcadia Theatre in Dallas, Texas. It is in front of a brick wall on a sidewalk. There are several advertisements on the billboard and some small piles of items on the sidewalk and street around it.
Copy negative of a group of children and a couple of adults standing on the sidewalk, waiting in line for the kiddie show at the Arcadia Theatre. There is a car parked in the street on the right and a bicycle leaning on the building on the left.
Copy negative of the outside of the Arcadia Theatre in Dallas, Texas taken from the street. There are several signs advertising the movie "The Vagabond King" with Dennis King, Jeanette MacDonal, and Lillian Roth.
Copy negative of the outside of the Arcadia Theatre in Dallas, Texas. There is a large sign promoting the movie "The Vagabond King" with Dennis King and Jeanette MacDonald. There are plants and other signs below, near the entrance. There is a note written to the left of the photograph.
Copy photograph of the Hardin-Simmons University Six White Horses in a parade in Abilene, Texas. The riders, all women, carry the six flags of Texas. Behind the horses is a banner that says, "Hardin-Simmons University."
Copy photograph of the Hardin-Simmons University Six White Horses in the 1983 Cottonbowl Parade in Dallas, Texas. The riders, all women, carry the six flags of Texas. In front of them are two people carrying a banner that says, "Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas." Visible in the background is the Dallas International bank.
Copy negative of an aerial view of a lake. Also roads and some buildings can be seen from the aerial view. Printed on the bottom right side of the picture is "Fairchild Aerial Survey, INC. Dallas, Texas".
Copy photograph of the McMurry College Band preparing to perform for television cameras. The band members are in uniform and holding their instruments. Behind them is a banner that says, "McMurry College Band." In the foreground are two television cameras identified as WFAA-TV.
Copy photograph of the McMurry College Band and a twirler performing on camera. The band is in uniform and the twirler is posing with her baton. Behind the band is a banner that says, "McMurry College Band." To the right is a television camera, identified as KRLD-TV.
Copy negative of the McMurry Band trip to the Dallas Texas State Fairgrounds. The group is standing in front of a mock version of the Republic of China. Some of the group members are wearing a traditional sweater of the college.
Copy photograph of a portrait of the Morris family. Pictured are ten members of the Morris family: Hugh, John Henry, Wes, John, Pricilla, Willis, Rob, Della, Julia and Art. Behind the family is a backdrop of trees.
Copy photograph of two buses outside the Circle Theater in Dallas, Texas at the premier of the movie War Wagon. Banners on the buses read, "War Wagon Belles, War Wagon, World Premier, Dallas, Sat. May 27, Ft. Worth." There are several cars in front of the theater.
Copy photograph of a wagon and van traveling through Dallas to the premier of the John Wayne movie War Wagon. Banners on the van read, "This van contains 6 horses and John Wayne's custom built 'War Wagon,'" and, "Traveling thru Texas to the world premier of 'War Wagon,' Dallas-Ft. Worth, Sat. May." In front of the van is a horse-pulled wagon.