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[Ronald Reagan Shaking Watt Matthews' Hand]

Description: Photograph of President Ronald Regan congratulating Watt Reynolds Matthews at the Cowboy Hall of Fame. The men are facing the camera shaking hands and standing in front of a blue backdrop. Written on the mat below the photo is the inscription: "To Watt Matthews With Best Wishes - Ronald Regan." Photo is labeled on the back: "Cowboy Hall - July 21, 1989 WATT MATTHEWS."
Date: July 21, 1989

[Photo-postcard to Watt Matthews]

Description: Postcard sent to Watt Matthews by photographer Richard Avedon and writer/photographer Laura Wilson. Image on the postcard is of Wilson and Avedon in a hay field. Wilson is lying on top of a bale of hay. To her left, Avedon is jumping with a cowboy hat in his hand. Message on the back reads: "Still on the road. Still grateful." Signed: "Laura and 'Old' Dick."
Date: 1981

[Richard Avedon in the Reynolds Bend Schoolhouse]

Description: Photograph of Richard Avedon inside the Reynolds Bend schoolhouse. He stands to the right of a wooden desk with one hand resting on the desk. On the wall behind him are two chalkboards positioned between wooden shelves. There are chalk drawings of buffalo skulls and animals by Bill Cauble on the left chalkboard. "Bryant" is written next to a heart on the right chalkboard. In the foreground is a pipe stove. The room has wood floors and wood benches on either side.
Date: 1981~

[Lady Bird Johnson and Carol Channing]

Description: Photograph of Lady Bird Johnson and Carol Channing standing together in front of a covered wagon. Johnson, left, is wearing a yellow dress and a yellow sun hat. Channing, right, is wearing a bright yellow hat, shirt, and a belt with toy pistols. She is holding a microphone, notes, and a silver purse in her hands. The picture is autographed by Johnson on the upper right hand corner.
Date: 1976

[Lady Bird Johnson and Carol Channing]

Description: Photograph of Lady Bird Johnson and Carol Channing in front of bales of hay. Johnson is to the left and wearing a yellow dress, son hat, a pendant, and a sticker with ribbons. Channing, right, is wearing a bright yellow hat, shirt, purse, and a gun belt. Johnson autographed the photo to the upper left.
Date: 1976

[Elizabeth Greenon Horseback at Fat Stock Show]

Description: Photograph of Elizabeth Green wearing a cowboy hat, neck tie, shirt and jeans. She is sitting atop a tacked horse. They are in front of a large group of people, horses, and vehicles gathered among two buildings with semicircular shapes. The building on the left has the word "Cattle" over its doorway, and the building on the right has the words "Cattle Judging."
Date: unknown

[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

[Portrait of a Man in a Suit]

Description: Photograph of a man wearing a three piece suit and tie. 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
Creator: Blank-Stoller

[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 Glenn Reynolds]

Description: Photograph of Glenn Reynolds taken as a portrait. He is wearing a tie that is stuffed into his coat. The photograph is ovular and contains his his head, shoulders, and chest. A handwritten note on the mat under the photo reads "Glenn Reynolds," with "W. D." scribbled out to the left.
Date: unknown