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[Eight Photos of Ranch Life and Properties]

Description: Page from a worn leather scrapbook containing eight photos of ranch life and family properties. The first photo shows the "Washington House," a two story stone building covered with snow. To its right, people observe a man on horseback in a photo labeled "Reynolds Ranch." On the third, there are three boys in bathing suits standing on a tree trunk that hovers over a creek. Next is a view of a snow covered hillside. The first photo on the third row shows a wooden building, a woodpile, and a cattle chute on the side of a hill. Next, cowboys with a car work near bare trees. The last two photos show a cowboy named Ray Rodriguez in a pen with a calf.
Date: 1910

[Seated Boy Scouts and an Automobile Advertisement]

Description: Page from Watt Matthews' smooth cowhide album. On the left side of the page is a black and white 5 x 7 in. print of a group of boy scouts. Several young boys, some wearing uniforms, are sitting in the grass along with a few adult men. A man in a double-breasted suit is standing behind the group on the right; he is holding a book in his right arm. A canopy of trees forms the background. On the right side of the page is a an advertisement for the Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan. On the ad is a drawing of a Packard "Thirty" Roundabout with Victoria top.
Date: 1910

[Portrait of William David Reynolds]

Description: Photograph portrait of William David Reynolds wearing a three piece suit and glasses. He has white hair. To the right of the portrait is a horizontally placed white plastic twelve inch ruler printed with "The Portal to Texas History." There is a color swatch with twenty four different colors in the top right section.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Kerr

Watt Reynolds Matthews

Description: Photograph of Watt Reynolds Matthews as a boy, wearing a checked jacket, high collar, and a neck tie. An artist's signature is written underneath his vignetted form. His name is written along the bottom of the page. The left side of the photo is a cover with a venous pattern.
Date: 1910