Copy negative of two photographs. The photograph on the left shows a woman in a dress standing in front of an old car. The photograph on the right shows the same woman standing in front of the car with two young boys on either side. In the background is a house.
Copy negative of two photographs. The photograph on the left shows V.C. Perini Jr. wearing a necktie and seated on the running board of an old car with two young boys. In the background are the roofs of houses. The photograph on the right is the same but without the children.
Copy negative of two photographs. The photograph on the left shows a woman in a dress seated on the running board of an old car. The photograph on the right shows the same woman seated next to V.C. Perini Jr. who is wearing a necktie.
Copy negative of a picture of men thought to be Howard Merry, D. M. Mathews, V. C. Perini, Jr., and Judge J. R. Mathews standing outside at the Mathews Ranch. Howard Merry is holding a large piece of paper. In handwriting, above the man on the left's head is written "?Bud?" under the second man is written "Howard Merry," under the third man is written "Judge, J. R. Mathews," and at the bottom of the photograph is written, "Mathews Ranch, 729 Throckmorton Co Texas," with more that is cut off.
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 Jim Berry, seated and Pearl Berry standing with her left hand on his shoulder. He is wearing a dark suit and white bow tie. She is wearing a white dress with large sleeves and a high collar. Written below the photograph is, "Jim & Pearl Berry" and printed is, "George, Photographer, Albany, Texas".