Photograph of husband and wife rural school teachers standing in front of a school building. Their 44 students are lined up in between them. There are partial views of five windows. Class names are as follows. First row (bottom front): Junior Lasater, Ernest Allmon, unidentified first name Wilson, unidentified first name Whitaker, unidentified first name Whitaker, Billie Lasater. Second row (first middle): Woodrow Wilson, Leonard Wilson, J.C. Shirley, Woody Singleton, Noble Lee Rust, J.C. Thompson, unidentified first name Rust, Harold Easley, Ray Rust, J.G. Harris. Third row (second middle): Margarete Harris, unidentified, Edith Hall, Onedia Hall, Pauline Graham, unidentified first name Brown, Sarah Jane Waldrop, Lois Browder, Virginia Reynolds, Dorothy Bledsoe, unidentified first name Harris, Alice Brown. Fourth row (top): Mr. Clark, Mattie Bonner, Bill Waldrop, Marie Haney, Bill Robinson, Agnes Lasater, Louise Butler, Louise Lasater, Stella Brown, Georgia Rust. Fifth row (top back): Earl Singleton, J.W. Hearn, Olin Wilson, George Brown, Ed Davis, Mrs. Clark, Tennie Thompson.
Photograph of a building surrounded by shrubbery. The building was built in 1916 and was the Avondale School when built. At the time of the photograph the building had become the private home of Hardy Tadlock and his family.
Photograph of a rural class and teacher. There are 21 students and a teacher standing in front of a building. A sign on the building in the left background includes the words, "County Free Library." There are two visible windows and a set of doors in the background. Six students have no shoes on. Class names are as follows. Front row: Julia McNair, Reba Dot Kilpatrick, Billie Ann Kelly, D.L. Williams, Calvin Powell, Maxie Overstreet, Jack Fowler, Wayne Blevins. Second row: Lamoyne Shelton, Versie McKee, Guy Bell Jr., Coy Tucker, Pauline Stogsdill, Wanda Faye Ottinger, Wildin Elkins, Mamie Jewel Franks. Third row: J.B. Fowler, Charlie Stogsdill, Dewey Melear, Pauline Fowler, Joyce Hudnall. Fourth row: Mamie Ruth Willis, Teacher.
Photograph of a baby sitting on a blanket in a field across from Main Street in Haslet. Background includes in unidentified order the lumber yard, blacksmith shop, grocery story, Masonic Lodge, Elkin's Cafe, Doc and Ben Gammill General Store. Baby is Doris Shelton Marcum at 18 months old.
Photograph of three buildings taken on March 25, 1923: a private home, barn and church are visible. The private home is far in the left background and was the four room home of Charles and Susan Maloney. The barn is closer in the right background. The church is the focal point and occupies most of the frame. The church chimney, porch, front doors and seven windows are visible.
Newspaper clipping showing the buffalo killings that took place at Staley Place near Haslet, Texas. The article is entitled "It Takes Real Cowboys for This" and has a large photo of the men working with one of the buffalo carcasses as well as a picture of the "bull of the herd, photographed after he had given his handlers a tough battle in the ranch's corral."
Photograph of a buffalo killing taking place at Staley Place; the buffalo is lying under three large poles and some of the men are working on it with tools. The text on the back of the photo reads: "Buffalo killing at Staley Place Dec 1928 W. S. Burnett center right facing camera."
Photograph of a group of people standing behind a building at Staley Place while ranch workers work on skinning a buffalo. According to the back of the photograph the group is standing behind the "pump house and smoke house." There are a number of children in the group, though most in attendance are adults but all are wearing heavy coats.
Photograph of a group of people lined up at Staley Place to watch a buffalo killing; the text on the back of the photo reads: "Peopl at buffalo killing at Staley Place Dec 1928 W. S. Burnett and Dr. Reed of Keller in center."
Photograph of the first and second grade students at an elementary school in Haslet, Texas. There are five rows of children in the picture and the teacher is standing behind them; the names of some of the students are written on the back of the picture along with the names of the teacher, janitor, and superintendent.
Photograph of three women next to a building, all three are wearing heavy coats. The back of the photograph says that these women are "Imogene, Mamie Ruth, Kathryn" in order from back to front and that the picture was taken on Easter Sunday; another description on the back reads: "Picture made beside Willis Home. Baptist Church in background."
Photograph of a group of men skinning a buffalo at Staley Place; most of the men are kneeling around the carcass working on the animal. There is a note on the back of the photograph that reads: "Buffalo Killing at Staley Place Dec 1928 Baskon Perkins facing camera."
Photograph of the ranch house located on Staley Place; this building has windows all along the right wall, four large windows on the second level wall, a car port on the far right side, and two chimneys sticking out from the roof. There is a note on the back of the photo that reads: "Brick Ranch House on Staley Place 1927 or 1928."
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