Aerial view of Central Texas College prior to the construction of the new, multi-lane Highway 190. The bell tower and duck pond are visible near the front center of the photo, where a U-shaped drive is clearly seen. In addition to the campus buildings and automobiles in the photograph, a large area of mostly flat, barren land is visible along with a few hills. The The college opened September 19, 1967.
Gathering of people at the Killeen Community Center, probably in the room to the west side of the gymnasium. Children and adults are clearly visible. Flags are mounted to the wall. May be the dedication ceremony of the Community Center.
Photograph taken during the early 1960's depicts the Killeen City Jail. B. W. "Buster" Adams, Chief of Police, appears in the center of the picture. To the left is Don Cannon and to the right is Leon Phillips. The police department, city hall and the jail were located on the NW corner of Gray Street and Avenue D until 1965.
View of exterior of Mayflower Moving & Storage on Hwy. 190, between Harker Heights and Nolanville. Cars can be seen in the parking lot, and the business's sign is visible to the left. Two open loading docks can be seen, one with a wooden container in it.