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[Butler Building Restoration]

Description: Photograph of a pink brick building known as the Butler Building, during its period of restoration. Its doors are white with glass panes. The window that is visible has glass panes, some of which are boarded up. According to accompanying information, T.A. Kilgore operated his grocery store in this building for many years.
Date: unknown

[Butler Building Restoration]

Description: Photograph of a brick building known as the Butler Building, during its period of restoration. It features white, glass-paned double doors and windows. Some of the panes have been boarded up with wood. According to accompanying information, T.A. Kilgore operated his grocery store in this building for many years. Wooden planks border the property.
Date: unknown

[Display Window at T.A. Kilgore Grocery Store]

Description: Photograph of the display window at T.A. Kilgore Grocery Store in Dickinson, Texas. Cans of Bee Brand products set in pyramid formations line the bottom of the window. Above the cans are five posted signs advertising various produce for sale. The reflection of a building across the street is visible in the glass. A handwritten note on the back of the photo reads, "This is a picture of the window by the produce stand. On one of the signs you will notice my mistake I told you about. The window has a display of Bee Brand products on it."
Date: 1942

[Flag of the 103rd Infantry Division]

Description: Photograph of a flag representing the 103rd Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, a unit that served in World War II. The flag features the number 103, the letter "M," and an emblem of two crossed rifles. A handwritten note on the back of the photo states that the flag is "mounted and stands erect" in the Orlando, Florida home of the chapter's commander, who was Joseph Kilgore's commander during his service.
Date: May 1988

[Joseph Kilgore as a Teenager]

Description: Photograph of a teenage boy named Joseph Kilgore, the son of Theodore Kilgore. According to accompanying information, the portrait was taken in honor of his high school graduation in 1930; the year is typeset in a decorative frame right below his picture. Joseph graduated as an honor student at the top of his class when he was sixteen-years-old.
Date: 1930

[Joseph Kilgore at His Graduation Party]

Description: Photograph of Joseph Kilgore and his high school graduation party comprised of his two other young men and four young women. Each young woman is wearing a white gown and is holding a bouquet in her arms. The Kilgore brothers are each wearing a dark blazer, a shirt, tie, and light-colored pants.
Date: 1930