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[Photograph of the Fink Family]

Description: Group photograph of a Hardin-Simmons University-affiliated family posed next to a Christmas tree. From left to right: Katrina Dean Fink (daughter of Dr. Jack Dean, Dean of School of Music); Dr. Bob Fink, Dept. of English; Dr. Tiffany Fink, Dept. of History, and her son Andrew; Jon Fink; and Rob Fink.
Date: Winter 2002

[Photograph of Cowboy Band Member]

Description: Photograph of a student in the Hardin-Simmons University Cowboy Band playing a French horn at the 2009 Western Heritage Day. She wears a yellow button-down shirt, bandanna, a large belt buckle, and chaps. Several white plastic chairs can be seen in the background.
Date: 2009
Creator: Maynard, Shannon Collins

[Photograph of Connally Missions Center]

Description: Photograph of the Connally Missions Center, showing the front, one side, and the parking lot of the one-story brick building. Handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, “Connally Missions Center -- Gift of J. Ed & Dr. Virginia Boyd Connally -- Dedicated February 2000.”
Date: [2000..]
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[Photograph of Story Telling]

Description: Photographic slide of a woman reading aloud from an alphabet book to a group of children at the 2004 Western Heritage Day. She speaks into a microphone and holds the book out so the children can see the pictures. Potato sacks can be seen handing from a fence in the background.
Date: 2004
Creator: Fink, Larry

[Photograph of Line for Beans and Biscuits]

Description: Photographic slide of Teresa Ellis, Sherri Collins, and Renee Collins passing out beans and biscuits to children at the 2004 Western Heritage Day. Napkins, squirt bottles of barbecue sauce, and a large pot of cooked beans are laid out on the table from which the women serve the food. A large crowd of adults and children, waiting to be served, can be seen in the background.
Date: 2004
Creator: Fink, Larry

[Photograph of Pitching Washers]

Description: Photographic slide of children participating in a lawn game of pitching washers toward several boxes at the 2004 Western Heritage Day. The Hardin-Simmons University Richardson Library (left) and lines of children walking from the building can be seen in the background.
Date: 2004
Creator: Fink, Larry

[Photograph of Gary Fraser with Dessert]

Description: Photograph of Gary Fraser, in a green apron and a cowboy hat, presenting trays of tradition Western desserts to a group of excited girls at the 2008 Western Heritage Day. Children playing and enjoying the festivities on a lawn, various mature trees, and a purple golf cart can be seen in the background.
Date: 2008
Creator: Maynard, Shannon Collins

[Photograph of Chuck Wagon]

Description: Photograph of a green and red chuck wagon on display at the 2009 Western Heritage Day. A plaque on the side of the wagon declares Delys Clayton Mitchell and Lea Clayton as the donors of the wagon to Hardin-Simmons University.
Date: 2009
Creator: Maynard, Shannon Collins

[The Spicer Family Christmas Card]

Description: Christmas photo card of the Spicer family gathered in front of the fireplace. Note on the back of the photograph reads, “We waited to send out cards until we could take this picture at our Christmas gathering on December 21. Pictured are (back row l-r) Johnny and Connie Earp, Cindy Spicer, Carlene and Charles Spicer, Holder Biemeret, Carrie Spicer, Mallary, Kim, and Chuck Spicer, (front rowl-r) Hollie and Hannah Biemeret, Hamilton Spicer, and Hope Biemeret.”
Date: December 21, 2003

[Photograph of Chicken Dance]

Description: Photographic slide of children and adults participating in the “Chicken Dance” at Western Heritage Day in 2004. All of the dancers can be seen holding hands and walking in a circle. One of the women has been identified as Stacey Collins.
Date: 2004
Creator: Fink, Larry

[Photograph of Jason Fraser Chuck Wagon Cooking]

Description: Photographic slide of Jason Fraser in a cowboy hat preparing a meal in chuck wagon-fashion at the 2004 Western Heritage Day. He is assembling crust in a lattice pattern in a metal pie pan. Shelves filled with various kitchen tools and food, including bell peppers and bottled salsa, can be seen behind him.
Date: 2004
Creator: Richardson, Charles

[Photograph of Catclaw Boys]

Description: Photographic slide of the Catclaw Boys performing outside beneath a tree at Western Heritage Day in 2004. The band is composed of three older men playing guitar and one woman with a violin. One of the men has been identified as Herb Grover.
Date: 2004
Creator: Richardson, Charles
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