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[Helen Hall Library Children's Section]

Description: Photograph of the children's section within Helen Hall Library. Low bookshelves line the wall, which is covered in yellow pieces of paper and a Texas-shaped mural made up of more pieces of paper and numerous photographs. Nearby the shelves are a round table with chairs and a few beanbag chairs set on the floor. To the left are more books on a rotating shelf and an office desk.
Date: 1979

[Helen Hall Library Children's Section]

Description: Photograph of the children's section within Helen Hall Library. Low bookshelves line the wall, which is covered in yellow pieces of paper and a Texas-shaped mural made up of more pieces of paper and numerous photographs. Nearby the shelves are a round table with chairs and a beanbag chair.
Date: 1979

[Helen Hall Library Courtyard]

Description: Photograph of the back area of Helen Hall Library in League City, Texas, as seen from the courtyard garden where there is also a two-tiered fountain. The top of the fountain features the figure of a nude woman. A car and a house are visible in the background.
Date: April 1973

[Helen Hall Library Courtyard]

Description: Photograph of the rear of Helen Hall Library in League City, Texas. The exterior of the building features numerous segmented arches that are part of the walkway that surrounds the library garden. At the center of the garden is a two-tiered fountain.
Date: April 1973

[League City State Bank Staff]

Description: Photograph of the League City State Bank staff, a majority of which are women, clad in uniforms. One of the uniformed women is Lorena Harbison; she is the bespectacled, elderly woman seated on the first row, second from the right. The back of the photo has the signatures of people in the photograph.
Date: 1973

[Little League Baseball Team]

Description: Photograph of the Owls, a little league team from League City, Texas. The team members are all young boys wearing baseball caps and t-shirts with their team name printed on the chest. Two men stand behind them holding a banner that spells: "Coach: Norman Luksa, OWLS, Concrete Service Co., Dick Scanlon - Mgr." Two girls, one named Deeann and the other named Susie Scanlon, stand on either side of the team; they are identified as the "Owl Queens" of 1971 and 1972, respectively.
Date: 1972

[Performance of Cheaper by the Dozen]

Description: Photograph of children performing in the play, "Cheaper by the Dozen" at the League City Civic Center. The set includes living room furniture such as end tables, a trunk used as a coffee table, a makeshift window, and a couch, on which all three children are seated. A woman stands near the fake window.
Date: August 1979

[Ribbon Cutting at League City Bank]

Description: Photograph of the ribbon cutting ceremony for League City Bank and Trust. Lorena Harbison is the woman in the pink pant suit standing behind the giant pair of scissors. Walter Hall is holding the scissors open in preparation to cut the ribbon. Standing behind them are five other city officials.
Date: June 12, 1978