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Description: Photograph of Carol Channing, Watt Matthews, and Cactus Pryor in a Butterfield stagecoach. "The Butterfield Stage Line" is written across the top of the coach, and "St. Louis, Ft. Griffin, Albany, San Francisco" is written on the door.
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.
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."
Description: Photograph of a family on a wooded riverbank. Several people are on the riverbank among the trees, while four people are in a rowboat with the word "GATORR" written along its side. A roofed structure and a wagon are visible up on the bank.
Date: March 28, 1896
Creator: George, J. W.
Description: Photograph of four men on Matthews Ranch land. A note written on the bottom left of the note mentions the location, the address, the date, and the photographer. The man, left, is an unidentified young man in a coat and a large hat. The man with the paper to the left is identified as Merry Howard. The older man in the three piece suit is identified as Judge J. H. Matthews. Most of the fourth man is obscured by blurred white space.
Date: May 11, 1926
Creator: Hans, O. E.
Description: Photograph of people at a campsite under bare trees. There are wagons and tents in the area.
Date: January 1898
Creator: Matthews, J. A.
Description: Photograph of a piece of industrial equipment labeled "Gumbo Buster" lying on wooden boards that cover a hole. A pile of rope sits at a foot of a metallic tower structure to the left. The structure lies at the feet of surrounding scrub hills.
Description: Photograph of a young John A. Matthews, Jr. maneuvering on the railed porch of a house. He is reaching over the railing and touching the nose of a dog that is also standing on the rail. A second dog can be seen behind the railing to the right.
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.
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.
Description: Photograph of President Lyndon Baines Johnson posing with Lady Bird Johnson and another man and woman during his visit to Lambshead Ranch, June 7, 1969. The visit coincided with the annual production of the Fort Griffin Fandangle, an outdoor musical about the history of Fort Griffin written by Robert Nail, in Albany, Texas. Johnson has linked arms with the woman to his left and is smiling at Lady Bird Johnson and the man, standing on his right. Johnson and the man are wearing scarves fastened by pins in the shape of Texas. Behind Johnson, onlookers are seated and standing among trees.
Date: June 7, 1969
Description: Photograph of President Lyndon Baines Johnson posing with Lady Bird Johnson and another man and woman during his visit to Lambshead Ranch, June 7, 1969. The visit coincided with the annual production of the Fort Griffin Fandangle, an outdoor musical about the history of Fort Griffin written by Robert Nail, in Albany, Texas. Johnson is touching the arm of the woman on his left; Lady Bird and the man are standing to his right. Johnson and the man are wearing scarves fastened by pins in the shape of Texas. There are two microphones on stands in the foreground of the picture. Behind the group on the right are men wearing cowboy hats holding instruments. Onlookers are also standing behind Johnson among a grove of trees. "On the Pedernales -" is written along the bottom of the photo.
Date: June 7, 1969
Description: Photograph of a man, who is wearing a brimmed hat, standing beside a horse-drawn wagon which is parked in a field. Attached to the wagon is a duo of horses with their backs to the man. A barbwire fence is faintly visible in the background.
Description: A page from a worn cowhide album displaying newspaper clippings and a page printed with with the poem "O Spirit of the Living God." The material relates to the memorial of Sallie Reynolds and the construction of a baptismal font in her honor.
Description: Photograph of men outside at night with a stage coach and two horses. The coach is to the left, with three men (Bob Nail, Matt Blanton, and Bill Blanton) standing outside of it and three men (Bobby Owen, Reilly Nail, and Joe Blanton) inside. To the right, Tom Blanton and Watt Matthews sit atop horses, with Blanton holding a Texas flag and Matthews holding a different flag.
Creator: Wallace, Sally Brittingham
Description: Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reynolds posing for a portrait. Glen Reynolds is wearing a three piece suit and is sitting on an ornate chair. Augusta "Gustie" Reynolds stands to the right with her right hand on his shoulder. She is wearing a black dress with a white lace piece around her neck. The background is painted with an ornate clock and candlestick.