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[Ding Dong Grocery on FM 440, Lampasas River]

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.
Date: unknown

[Family by a Tree]

Description: Photograph of a man, woman, and two children standing by a tree in a field.
Date: unknown

Family in Killeen area

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.
Date: unknown

[Farmer Holding a Baby]

Description: Photograph of a farmer wearing overalls and a hat, standing in a flock of sheep while holding a young child. Chickens are in the background.
Date: unknown

Fort Hood High School

Description: Photograph of Fort Hood High School. Three students and an automobile are in front of the building.
Date: unknown

[Group of Students]

Description: Photograph of students outside a school building. A boy in the front row holds a sign with the number 430.
Date: unknown

[Group Outside the Ben Norman Home]

Description: Group of people outside of the Ben Norman home. Text on the photograph reads: Ben Norman Home. Sitting on the ground: "Uncle Dick" Cole and Jim Bishop, Bottom row - 2nd and 3rd from L. Mom Spencer Young, Middle Row 9th from L "Mr. Walter" Others: Tankersley, Hoover and Davis."
Date: unknown
Creator: Killeen Daily Herald

Group Photo

Description: Photograph of a group of men and women. Text on the photo reads, "Standing: Tom Justice, Charlie M. Speer, Seated L: Daisy Speer Lee, Cen. Back: Virgie Williams, Lula Williams Kimsey, Seated LL, Cordie Speer Ellis, LR"
Date: unknown
Creator: Killeen Daily Herald

[Headquarters at Fort Hood]

Description: Front view of the Headquarters at Fort Hood near Killeen, Texas. To the right is an army tank. In front of the building is a sidewalk to the road and a flagpole. The building is two stories tall and has awnings on the windows. Label on the photo says, "Headquarters Bldg. Camp Hood"
Date: unknown

[Horse Barn]

Description: Photograph of a wooden fence, horses and a barn.
Date: unknown

[House Being Moved]

Description: Photograph of two men standing near a wooden house being moved on a large dolly.
Date: unknown

[House with Large Porch]

Description: Photograph of a large wooden house with a large porch, a chimney, and surrounded by a picket fence.
Date: unknown

[Interior of Bay's Store on Gray Street]

Description: Photograph of the interior of Bay's Store on Gray Street. Text below the photo reads, "1930's Bay's Store Gray Street Left to right: Cecil Carter Sr.; Artie Carter; Arthur Bay; Laura Bay; Carl Marshall. Shelves are stocked with groceries and clerks stand behind the counter.
Date: unknown