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[Haslet girls basketball team]
Photograph of a girls basketball team and their coach. There are ten members of the team and the third girl from the bottom left row is holding a basketball that has writing on it that says "Haslet 1930-31." A building and three automobiles are visible in the background. As appearing in the photo, top row, from left to right: Pauline Cherry (coach), Marguerite Butler, Irene Powell, Elva Murphy, Carmen Hanes, and Artie Veta Freeman. Bottom row, from left to right: Opal White, Lela Bell Hill, Nina Washington, Lila Mae Franks, and Leona Owens.
[Haslet public school]
Photograph of the original Haslet school. Two young girls are standing in front of the school building on a sidewalk that has the phrase "Public 97 School" affixed to it in big white letters. There are five visible windows. The girls are wearing blouses, skirts, socks and dress shoes. On the back of the photograph it is written "Original Haslet School, Built 1914."
[Man and two woman]
Photograph of two women and one man. There is a partial view of a vehicle and signs behind them. One sign reads "Mill Dry Goods & Groc" and the other sign is a partial view of a Coca-Cola sign. The women are wearing dresses and the woman on the left is holding an unidentifiable object. The man is standing between the two women and has his arms around them. He is wearing spectacles, a white collared shirt and tie with vest. On the back of the photograph it is written "Haslet Drug Store, 102 Main, Hellen Frank, Olalee Holt, Forace Frank, Haslet Post Master)."
[Man walking by porch]
Photograph of a man walking by a porch. There is a white house and shrubbery in the background. A porch roof and floor and wooden fold-out chair are visible. The man is wearing black pants, belt, buttoned shirt and cowboy hat. His hat hides his entire face. Written on the back of the photograph is "Noble Lee Rust."
[Unidentified family in front of rural home]
Photograph of an unidentified woman, man and child standing in front of a fence. A home surrounded by trees is in the background of the photograph. The woman is wearing a dress. The man, who is holding the child, is wearing a cowboy hat and dark shirt and pants. The child appears to be wearing a striped sweater, pants and boots.
[Unidentified group of children]
Photograph of unidentified group of children. The photograph appears to be a school photo: there are four rows of children, with the smaller children at the bottom. Most of the girls are wearing dresses and most of the boys are wearing overalls. One boy, third in from the right hand side of the photograph is not wearing shoes. This is written on the back of the photograph: "Bobbie Laster, no Haslet."
[Unidentified group of children]
Photograph of unidentified group of children. The photograph appears to be a school photo: there are two rows of children and a teacher sitting in the middle of the top row. Most of the girls are wearing dresses and most of the boys are wearing overalls. This is written on the back of the photograph: "Bobbie Laster."
[Unidentified group of children]
Photograph of an unidentified group of twelve children standing outside in front of a fence. "Ruth" has been written above the head of the girl standing in the fourth spot from the left. The boy all the way to the left is sticking his tongue out. There are five partially viewable buildings behind the group. There is also a partial view of an automobile to the right side of the photograph. There are nine girls in the group and they are all wearing dresses; some are holding hats. One boy in the background is not visible. The two boys at the left and right of the photograph are wearing jumpers.
[Unidentified group of women sitting in church]
Photograph of a group of women sitting in church pews. There are three rows of women all wearing dresses and some wearing hats. There are two empty rows of chairs in front of them. On the right hand side of the photograph there are two visible children sitting in laps. There is a white cloth screen behind the women covering windows and two light bulbs suspended in the air above them.
[Unidentified group of young women]
Photograph of unidentified group of young women standing outside near the Highway 156 Bridge. A bridge overpass and bush can be seen in the background. They are all wearing dresses and laughing.
[Unidentified group of young women]
Photograph of unidentified group of young women standing outside close to the Highway 156 Bridge. They are all wearing dresses and holding unidentifiable objects in their hands, sometimes close to their mouths. One face is missing from the left side of the photograph and an electric pole can be seen in the distance.
[Unidentified man]
Photograph of an unidentified man standing in front of a brick column, attached to a building that is only partially visible. He is wearing a hat and a mechanic’s uniform and is holding an unidentified object in his hands. There are automobiles, electrical poles, gas station sign and buildings visible in the background. There is a partial view of an automobile that the man is standing next to. A shadow of a woman can be seen on the bottom left hand side of the photograph.
[Young man holding binoculars]
Photograph of a young man holding binoculars and standing in front of a wooden, fold-out chair. Two wooden buildings are visible in the background. He is standing on a dirt road and is wearing a cowboy hat, collared buttoned shirt, slacks and black shoes.
[Class Roster for P. J. Gribble at Prairie View School]
Class roster for P. J. Gribble, a teacher at Prairie View School; the names of the children are listed on the second page, and are divided into three different columns.
[Postcard from Odons L. Hudnalls to the Local War Department Board]
Postcard sent from Odons L. Hudnalls to the War Department with his classification filled out.
[Family Portrait of John and Victoria Singleton with their Children]
Family portrait of John B. and Victoria Singleton along with seven of their eleven children. John and Victoria are seated in the center and their children are positioned around them; the youngest children are positioned in the front while the older ones are in the back.
[Photograph of Hanes Filling Station]
Photograph of the old Hanes Filling Station with one car parked under the roof next to the gas pumps; there is a man standing against the tall gas pump on the right side of the building.
[Newspaper Clipping for Dealous Witt Moon, Jr.'s Funeral Services]
Newspaper clipping of an article entitled: "Rites Today for Boy Car Victim." The article describes the accident that took place along the highway where Dealous Witt Moon Jr. was killed by a swerving car.
[Contract Between J. C. and Ella Willis and the Haslet State Bank Number 1]
Photocopy of a contract prepared between the Haslet State Bank and J. C. Willis and Ella Willis; this document outlines the dimensions of a piece of land establishing the borders of the land.
[Contract Between J. C. and Ella Willis and the Haslet State Bank Number 2]
Photocopy of a General Warranty Deed prepared for J. C. and Ella Willis and Haslet State Bank. This deed specifies the dimensions of a piece of land being sold to the bank and the payment of three hundred dollars to the couple for said land.
[Photograph of Elementary Students by a School]
Photograph of four rows of students standing outside of a school with the teacher and superintendent standing behind them. All four rows of children are standing and most of the boys are wearing overalls while most of the girls are wearing dresses.
[Photograph of Imogene, Mamie Ruth, and Kathryn]
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 Car at Hanes Filling Station]
Photograph of an automobile filling up with gas at Hanes Filling Station; this station is small and only has a few pumps available.
[Photograph of Buffalo at Goodnight Buffalo Ranch]
Photograph of buffalo roaming across an open field at Goodnight Buffalo Ranch with Staley Place in the background.
[Photograph of Handlers with a Buffalo]
Photograph of handlers dealing with a buffalo in a large pen; the back of the photograph has a description that reads: "probably Staley Place - similar photos of "Buffalo Killing"."
[Photograph of a Buffalo Killing]
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."
[Newspaper Clipping of a Buffalo Killing at Staley Place]
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 Marie Haney and Vita Freeman]
Photograph of Marie Haney standing with Vita Freeman on the side of a gravel road next to a large building.
[Photograph of Men Skinning a Buffalo]
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 at Staley Place]
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."
[Photograph of a Buffalo Killing at Staley Place]
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 at Staley Place]
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 Two Women on a Bridge]
Photograph of two women hugging while standing on a bridge; both women are wearing dresses and caps over their hair. There is a note on the back of the card that reads: "going for a walk."
[Letter from J. B. Taylor to L. C. Hudnall, April 12, 1930]
Photocopy of a letter from J. B. Taylor of the Haslet Lodge, No. 999 to L. C. Hudnall requesting his presence at an upcoming meeting taking place on April 19, 1930. The letter says at the very end that this meeting was called by "Bro. Thos R. James."
[Photograph of Six Uniformed Basketball Players]
Photograph of six basketball players in uniform standing at the base of a set of stairs; the player in the middle is holding the basketball and the young boy on the far left is wearing a shirt and jeans instead of a uniform. The names of the players are listed on the reverse side of the photograph in order from left to right.
[Photograph of Eight Athletes in Letter Jackets]
Photograph of eight athletes wearing letter jackets with one of the school's teachers in the middle. The boys' names are listed on the reverse side of the card: "Vernon Tucker, Herschel Elkins, Noble Rust, T. J. Elkins, Vernon Erwin, Pete Gray" and "Minie Tindle Cole" the teacher.
[Photograph of the Thresher Crew at Staley Place]
Photograph of a group of men and a few boys in overalls standing outside of a building; the reverse side of the photo has a note that describes the picture as "part of Thresher crew on Staley Place about 1930 part of picture missing."
[Photograph of Clarence Frank and Horce Franks]
Photograph of Clarence Frank and Horce Franks standing with each other; both men are wearing nice shirts and ties. The man on the left is wearing a lightly colored shirt while the one on the right is wearing a darker shade pair of pants and jacket as well as a hat.
[Photograph of First and Second Grade Students]
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 Boys by a Bicycle]
Photograph of T. J. and Herschel Elkins on their senior trip to Mexico; one of the brothers is seated on a bicycle while the other is standing on the far right. The note on the back of the picture says that the man in the middle is the owner of the bike and is a native of mexico.
[Photograph of an Eighth Grade Basketball Team]
Photograph of an eighth grade basketball team in Haslet, Texas; according to the note on the back of the photograph this was T. J. Elkins' team and his second year playing basketball. The players are lined up behind the coach kneeling down and holding a basketball with "HHS 1934-35" written on the front. The names on the back are of the players and are listed in order from left to right: "T. J. Wilkins, Vernon Tucker, Vernon Erwin, Denzil Meyers, Carlton Cash, Herschel Elkins, Joe Willis, Wayne Gray, W. J. Frank" and the coach "J. R. Williams."
[Photograph of Six Basketball Players]
Photograph of six basketball players seated on a large set of stairs. There are two boys on the far left and right who are not in uniform; the uniformed players are named on the reverse side of the picture from left to right and front row to second row: "Bill Gray, T. J. Elkins, Vernon Erwin, Herschel Elkins, Walter Overstreet, Noble Rust, Pete Gray, Vernon Tucker."
[Notice of Election for Haslet, Texas]
Notice of Election for the city of Haslet, Texas, acknowledging the accuracy of an article published in Quad Town Community News: "a true and correct copy of said published notice."
[Letter from Margaret B. Guy to Tom Ringo, June 16, 1965]
Letter from Margaret B. Guy to Tom Ringo saying that "for the first time incorporated communities up to 500 population can participate in the Community Improvement Program of the Texas Agricultural Service." The letter says that Reagan Brown "can make a group believe they can do anything."
[Memorandum from Reagan Brown to All Community Secretaries, May 31, 1965]
Memorandum from Reagan Brown to "All Community Secretaries, All Extension Agents." The letter continues by saying that unincorporated and incorporated towns are now eligible to participate in the Texas Community Improvement Program.
[Receipt for J. T. Ringo for a Purchased Book, April 21, 1965]
Receipt for J. T. Ringo with the price of a book that he bought, from Joe Wallie Office Supply, Inc., written in the table.
[Photograph of a Children's Play]
Photograph of a children's play taking place on stage; there is a girl being crowned on the stage and a large staircase place at the center of the stage.
[Photograph of a Woman Receiving an Award]
Photograph of two women standing at a podium, one is pinning an award on the other's shoulder. In the foreground there are rows of folding chairs, mostly empty, and one woman sitting on the far right side of the picture.
[Photograph of a Large Gathering of Women Eating a Meal]
Photograph of a large group of women sitting down at large tables and eating a meal.
[Photograph of a Group of Women on Stage]
Photograph of a group of women lined up next to a man on a stage in front of an audience; there is another woman standing at a podium next to the stage. All of the women are wearing nice dresses and the one man on stage is wearing a nice suit.