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Description: Killeen Community Center, located on the NE corner of Business 190 and W. S. Young, under construction. The photograph shows the front (south side) of the building, with scaffolding against the south wall of the gymnasium as its walls are in progress. The building was opened March 1974.
Description: Photograph, taken 1905 or 1906, depicts cotton loaded on a railroad car. A group of men stand atop the bales and alongside on a platform; men sit in two horse-drawn drays next to the pile of bales. The caption for the photograph reads: Loading bales of cotton on flat cars at Santa Fe Station in a bumper cotton year. Two-wheeled drays (left) hauled bales from cotton yard located in the 400 block of Avenue D.
Date: c. 1905 - 1906
Description: A dedication ceremony at the Killeen City Library.
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: Elementary Football Team, Fort Hood School, 1950. First row L to R: Irvin Goode, Don Armstrong, Clark Roberts, Bucky Dyer, James Gross, M.F. Hardin; Second row L to R: Coach Lockhart, Clark Chandler, Tommy Vance, Lamar Davis, Jerel Love, Jimmy Crosby James Putzier, Joe Gilbreath, Luther Austin; third row L to R: Walter Schneider, Lloyd Jolly, Don Messner, Jimmy Watts, Gene McMahan, Hilton Watts, Jere Durham, Paul Burpo.
Date: December 1950
Description: A family is depicted in front of a picket fence. A man holding an infant is kneeling in front, and four females and a toddler--possibly male--are behind him. From the clothing, the picture appears to be from the 1930's or 1940's.