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Killeen City Jail

Description: 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.
Date: 1960~

Mayflower Moving & Storage, Nolanville, Texas

Description: 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.
Date: 1960~

Okalla School class, turn of the century

Description: Taken around 1900, this photograph shows 45-50 people sitting on a rocky patch of ground. People in the photograph range appear to range in age from approximately age 6 to age 45.
Date: 1900~

Killeen Municipal Airport

Description: Photograph of the Killeen Municipal Airport building during construction. The airport was located between FM 2410 and Business Hwy. 190 on the east side of Killeen until the new airport opened in August 2004.
Date: 1970~

Killeen Public Library

Description: Photograph of Killeen Public Library at 711 N. Gray St., c. 1970. The white building was constructed on double-T buttresses, and extra buttresses were used to make the exterior walls.
Date: 1970~

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

[Dr. Spivey and others in a car]

Description: Five gentleman in a car; Dr. Spivey (driving); Back seat: Robert Callahan; Charlie Hairston; Horace Law. Featured in the background are Horace Law's Barber Shop, and Cox's Studio.
Date: 1905~/1910~

Construction of New Highway 190 at FM 440

Description: Aerial view of Highway 190 and FM 440 under construction near Killeen, Texas. Homes and businesses are near the intersection.
Date: [1971..1973]
Creator: DeBolt, Rob

Cotton year in Killeen, Texas

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: 1905~/1906~

[Many wagons on a market day in Killeen]

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.
Date: 1890~/1899~

Main Gate, Fort Hood

Description: The main gate at Fort Hood. "Visitors and unregistered vehicles park in parking lot to obtain pass and/or decals."
Date: 1950~/1959~

[Four Boys]

Description: Photograph of four boys, three wear hats and they all have ties. The two in front are seated in wicker furniture and wear knickers. Text on the photo reads,"Seated-Graydon Cole and Claude Gilmer Standing L-R: "Chic" Pennington and Todd Patton 1905-1910".
Date: 1905~

Killeen Public School

Description: An unidentified class from the Killeen Public School
Date: 1905~
Creator: Gray's Studio

Killeen School, 1905

Description: Students of the Killeen School around 1905.
Date: 1905~
Creator: Killeen Daily Herald

Killeen Hotel

Description: Photograph of the Killeen Hotel, a two story building with upper and lower porches, three chimneys, some out buildings, and a windmill. Four of five people are seated on the lower porch. Text on photo reads, "Killeen Hotel -- photo taken approx. 1895-1900..... located on northwest corner of Avenue D and 8th Street...built in late 1880s or early 1890s...after Camp Hood came. hotel was moved to street south of railroad tracks, to make room for another building at D and 8th"
Date: [1895..1900]