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[Portrait of Reynolds Family]

Description: Black and white portrait of the three members of the Reynolds family: a man, a woman, and a young girl. The man is seated, cross-legged, in the center; the woman, seated much lower to the ground, is on his right. The young girl is standing on the left of the man with her hands folded on his knee. They are all wearing modest, Victorian-style clothing. The man is wearing a three-piece suit with a chain running from his button placket to his vest pocket. The woman and the young girl are wearing high-necked, long-sleeved dresses.
Date: 1898
Creator: Rogers, Early

[Six Photographs on a Scrapbook Page]

Description: Page from the red Mammie V. Bartholomew album displaying six sepia-tone prints. In the top left is a 6 x 10 cm. print of an infant in a dress sitting in a rocking chair and holding the arms of the chair. To the right (proceeding clockwise) is a 17 x 12 cm. photo of several sheaves of grain in a pasture. In the lower right-hand corner of the photo is a wooden fence. Rolling hills and sky form the background of the image. Below this photo (in the center of the page) is a 14 x 10 cm. photo of what might be a columbine plant and flower behind chicken wire. The next photo (14 x 10 cm.) shows Mrs. N. L. Bartholomew sitting on the end of a wooden walkway built over a flooded creek. To her right are a young boy and girl standing on the walkway. In the bottom left corner of the page is a portrait (10 x 14 cm.) of Mr. and Mrs. (Susan Emily "Aunt Sister" Reynolds) N. L. Bartholomew taken in front of a printed backdrop. Mr. N. L. Bartholomew is standing behind a chair where his wife is sitting. Proceeding clockwise, above this photo is a hazy photograph of a man standing on on the banks of a flooded creek.
Date: 1890

[Portrait of a Boy and His Dog]

Description: Photograph of a boy wearing a shirt and tie who is sitting in a chair with his German Shepherd Dog. To the right of the portrait is a horizontally placed white plastic twelve inch ruler printed with "The Portal to Texas History." Below both is a color swatch with twenty four different colors.
Date: unknown

[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 a Man with a Cigar]

Description: Photograph portrait of a grey haired man in a three piece suit who is smoking a cigar through a cigar holder. To the right of the portrait is a horizontally placed white plastic twelve inch ruler printed with "The Portal to Texas History." Above this ruler is a color swatch with twenty four different colors.
Date: unknown

[Portrait of John Conrad Leaning on a Gate]

Description: Photograph of a boy named John Conrad posing for a portrait. He is wearing a double breasted suit and is leaning on a piece of wood painted to look like a gate. He is standing in front of a backdrop painted to resemble a stone wall with flowers in front of it. The reverse side of the photo is written with the following: "With love to my dear S.S. teacher - John Conrad on his 8th birthday, June 23rd, 1894."
Date: June 23, 1894
Creator: George, J. W.

[Two Infants Sitting on a Wicker Chair]

Description: Photograph of two infants sitting on a wicker chair. They are wearing bonnets, long black dresses with buttons and shimmering stripes, and longer white dresses underneath the black dresses. The names "Allene" and "Helen" are written with the photographer information under the children.
Date: 1890~
Creator: Thompson, D. P.