Copy negative of a portrait of a woman and her son, Harriet and Carroll Mayes. The mother has her hair bulled back and is wearing a high collared dress while her son sits next to her. The image is placed inside rectangular case with an oval opening.
Copy negative of a portrait of a Harriet Mayes with her daughter Lauren. Harriet has her hair pulled back and is wearing a light colored dress. Her daughter sits next to her. The image is in a rectangular case with an oval opening.
Copy negative of the Mayes Family home in Eastland, TX. Mrs. B. F. Mayes sits out on the porch with her two children. The house has two porches, a chimney, and a fence that surrounds it. Potted plants sit underneath a window.
Copy photograph of a large group of people outside the Eastland courthouse. The group is entirely male except for three women, each wearing a white dress, standing beneath the far right arch of the courthouse facade. Some of the men are seating in bleachers, and some wear suits and ties. There is one white horse wearing a saddle in the crowd, in the the background behind a fence are several more horses.
Copy negative of 4 women and one man in a field. The women are Lelia Knight, Jewel Pierce, and Annie Mae Seastrunk, and the man is Scott Seastrunk. The women are all wearing dresses and standing. Scott is wearing glasses, a wide tie, and striped shirt. He is sitting on the ground.
Copy negative of Francis Marion Winfield Scott sitting in a yard. The yard has no grass and is only dirt. Man-made wooden objects are scattered in the background along with the exterior of a tire. Trees are visible in the background as well.
Copy negative of two pictures. The first is of Menvil Mae Buchanan Seastrunk and Scott Lavette Seastrunk standing together in front of the porch of a house, holding a horse collar between them. The second picture is of just the house and a tree behind it.
Copy negative of two pictures of a house. The first is a side exterior view with a tree on the left. The notes written around the edges of the pictures say that this is the house that belonged to writer's grandfather Dr. Joshua Teague, where the writer's mother was raised.
Copy negative of two pictures. The first is of a family standing scattered in Monroe Cemetery with tall grass and trees. They are, from left to right, Nancy Jean West, Elnora Brewer Buchanan, Bertha Leo Buchanan West, Artie Day Martin, and Hubert Henry Buchanan. The second picture is of Artie Day Martin and Scott Lavette Seastrunk standing in Cisco Cemetery with trees on the left.
Copy negative of two pictures of families standing by a house. The first picture is of the family standing by the corner of the house with the porch on the left. They are George Alexander Buchanan, Hubert Henry Buchanan, Elnora Brewer Buchanan, Bertha Leo Buchanan West, Nancy Jean West, and Menvil Mae Buchanan Seastrunk. The second picture is of the family standing in front of the side of a house by a window. They are, from left to right, Scott Lavette Seastrunk, Ruth Martin, Menvil Mae Buchanan Seastrunk, Elnora Brewer Buchanan, Art Martin, Bertha Leo Buchanan West, and Hubert Henry Buchanan with young Nancy Jean West standing in front.
Copy negative of a 100-year-old tree surrounded by a wooden fence. A small building stands to the left of the tree. A handwritten note in pencil has been made along the top margin of the photograph: "This tree is over 100 years old, taken on May 15, 1955."
Copy photograph of two images. In the left image Ola Notgrass Boles, Elnora Brewer Buchanan and Ruth Martin walk past a barn. Behind them is a field and some farm equipment. In the right image Artie Day Martin converses with an unidentified woman. Behind them are two cars and a group of men.
1 copy negative of two images. Image A is a portrait of Mary Adeline Xenia Buchanan taken in 1924. She is sitting on a stool with her ankles and her arms crossed. She is wearing a striped skirt and pearls. Image B is a close portrait of Bobbie Jean Williams taken in 1944.
Copy negative of Sam Ray Seastrunk, Scott Lavette Seastrunk, Annie Mae Seastrunk, Travis Curtis, and Clause Curtis standing by the cabin. The men are wearing hats and Annie Mae is wearing a checkered dress.
Copy negative of Francis Marion Winfield Scott sitting with Sam Ray Seastrunk in his lap. They are in a yard with no grass, there is only dirt. Man-made wooden objects are scattered in the background along with the exterior of a tire. Trees are visible in the background as well.
1 copy negative of 2 images. Image A is of a Scott Lavette Seastrunk as a young man. He is wearing a suit and tie and a hat. He is holding something in his hands. Image B is of Scott Lavette Seastrunk, Lelia Knight and an unknown woman. They are sitting in a field. The women are wearing dresses and Scott is wearing slacks and a long sleeved shirt with a wide tie. A hat sits in his lap.
Copy negative of two pictures. The first is of a family standing on a porch in Lubbock, Texas. From left to right, starting with the back row they are Dick Williams Ramzire, Jamell Knuckles Williams, Bill Ramzire, Elnora Brewer Buchanan, and Hubert Henry Buchanan. Sitting are Louis Maurice Williams, Sharon Kay Hamilton, and Archie W. Hamilton. The second picture is of three women and a young girl standing in a yard in Cisco, Texas. They are Sharon Kay Hamilton, Bobbie Jean Williams Hamilton, Mary Adeline Xenia Buchanan Williams, and Nancy Boles Buchanan.
Copy negative of seven pictures. The picture in the middle at the top is of Nancy Jean West standing in a yard in a plaid dress, holding a birthday cake in 1951 in Cisco, Texas. The picture on the top right is a school picture of Nancy Jean West in the late 1950s in Midland, Texas. The first and second pictures on the bottom row are school pictures of Nancy Jean west in 1953 in Cisco. The third and last pictures on the bottom row are portraits of Bertha Leo Buchanan West in the early 1930s in Cisco. The second to last picture on the bottom row is a baby picture of Lance Greer taken on March 26, 1967 in Midland.
1 copy negative of scrapbook pages with various photographs; three central photographs are fully visible with other, partially visible photographs surrounding them. The first, in the upper left shows an unknown woman in a long dress and apron standing in front of a house with a porch. A man stands behind her, with his arms wrapped around her. To the right, the second photograph is a portrait of Francis Marion Winfield Scott Seastrunk taken in 1923 and the third photograph is a portrait of Hallie May Harris Seastrunk taken in 1942.
1 copy negative of two multiple photographs. The two photographs on the top right. The first photograph shows Elder W.M. Breechen next to a fireplace. The second photograph shows Baley Notgrass. There are other photographs of children surrounding these two photographs.
Copy negative of Scott Lavette and Menvil Mae Buchanan Seastrunk. The married couple is celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. They are standing behind a table filled with serving plates and dishes, punch, a wedding cake complete with bride and groom on top, and other sweet snacks. They are standing in front of windows with floral curtains. Scott and Menvil are wearing a suit and dress respectively.
Copy negative of a group portrait of families. There are twenty family members in the picture, sixteen of whom are named. There are twelve children and eight adults. They are standing on the front porch of the Notgrass home. A fence out front is held together by wires. The known names of the family in the photograph are: Floradel Notgrass, Dicy Boles Bryant, Seborn Bryant, Joseph Bryant, Hubert Henry Buchanan, Walter Notgrass, Virginia Notgrass, Saphronie Notgrass, Nancy Boles Buchanan, Ethel Iola Buchanan, William Buchanan, Pearl Bryan, Thomas Ferguson, Cynthia Adeline Teague Boles Ferguson, and Alva Bryant.
Copy negative of a Loda E Teague's grave marker. It is in the shape of a tree and has leaves at the bottom. There is an emblem for forest woodmen circle on the grave marker. There is an inscription on the tombstone.