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Description: The Ding Dong Grocery Store on FM 440 Lampasas River. Photo Work courtesy of Killeen High School Photojournalist Department: Ray Van Hoozer, Troy Stafford, Andrew Ybarra, Kenneth Berrios, Ron Popi, Paula Brock.
Description: The Killeen High School baseball team of 1929. Top row, left to right, Jack Haire, Troy Cox, Doyle Riley, M.B. Parmer, Bert Bass, Thurman Jean, Otha Lee "Slim" Brown, J.R. Burton. Front row, left to right: Dick Bass, Woodrow Young, Clyde "Hap" Jean, Coach Walter Moss, George Rodgers, John Jones, Rueben Besaley, Robert Wright.
Description: A street scene from Killeen in the 1940s. Featured prominently is the Norman Brothers store.
Description: Killeen on a market day, c. 1890s. Dozens of men and their wagons face towards the photographer. The perspective is looking west along the railroad tracks, with the stockyards at the center. Featured businesses are Campbell & Sons Lumber, Hardware, Buggies, Wagons; Studebaker; Campbell - Root Lumber sheds, and Wendland's Produce.
Description: Norman Brothers Store. Left to right, standing, Tom Adams; Henderson Norman; Johnnie Norman; Ed Norman; Blanche McCorde; Minnie Norman; Jim Norman; George Atkinson. The photograph caption indicates this is 1920, but the clothes worn in this photo suggest an earlier date.
Description: Photograph of the Killeen flood of 1957. The wheels of several cars are underwater. "Killeen Flood - A deadly flood which hit Killeen in 1957 cost the lives of three persons. This view of downtown is on the south side of Avenue D between 2nd Street and College Street, with a drainage ditch in between which overflowed into the fire station and Herald offices, at the left."
Description: A dedication ceremony at the Killeen City Library.
Description: A red and white convertible is in a parade; an elderly woman sits on the back behind a woven-straw horse. The side of the car says "Killeen Rodeo" and "Courtesy Auto Sales, Gray St. Ave. G." Other businesses in the background include Sales Outlet and Ace Loan Company.
Description: George Normand Sr. and wife Mary Sprott with seven children in front of their home.