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[N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Market]
Photograph of N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Market in Mesquite, Texas. A man in overalls is standing the store window.
[N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Market]
Photograph of the interior of the N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Market in Mesquite, Texas. Nathanial A. Holley stands behind a glass cigar display.
[N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store Building]
Photograph of the N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store building in Mesquite, Texas. At the time that the photograph was taken, the building was occupied by the New Look Beauty Salon.
[Anson Holley]
Studio portrait of Anson Holley. He wears a suit and tie.
[Anson Holley and Date]
Photograph of Anson Holley and his date standing in front of an automobile. Holley is wearing a suit and fedora, while his date wears a floral dress and a cloche hat.
[Anson Holley and Date]
Studio portrait of Raymond and Anson Holley wearing striped suits. Raymond is seated in a wooden chair, while Anson stands next to him.
[Anson Holley and Raymond Holley on Horseback]
Photograph of Anson Holley and Raymond Holley on horseback at the Holley family farm.
[Armistice Day in Mesquite]
Photograph of school children saluting the American flag during an Armistice Day celebration in Mesquite, Texas.
[Art Greenhaw and Frank Greenhaw]
Photograph of Art Greenhaw and Frank Greenhaw standing in front of the McWhorter-Greenhaw store.
[Art Greenhaw and John Glenn]
Photograph of Art Greenhaw and Senator John Glenn at an event during John Glenn's exploratory bid.
[Art Greenhaw, John Glenn, and John Bryant]
Photograph of Art Greenhaw, Senator John Glenn, and Representative John Bryant standing in a parking lot. The photograph was taken during John Glenn's exploratory presidential bid.
[Art Greenhaw Performing]
Photograph of Art Greenhaw performing at the Mesquite Opry. Art is wearing a white suit coat and playing a guitar.
[B. J. Smith at Reopening]
Photograph of Mayor B. J. Smith speaking at the reopening of the McWhorter-Greenhaw store in Mesquite, Texas. Individuals standing behind him include Frank W. Greenhaw, Reverend Buist Wilson, and Patricia Greenhaw.
[B. J. Smith Speaking to Crowd]
Photograph of Mayor B. J. Smith speaking at the opening of the McWhorter-Greenhaw Store in Mesquite, Texas. From left to right are B. J. Smith, Reverend Buist Wildon, Patricia Greenhaw, Raymond Holley, Joe Gogans, Hack Wagoner, Curt Austin, and Len Gibbons.
[Baby Anson Holley]
Photograph of Anson Holley as an infant. He wears a white garment trimmed with lace.
[Certificate Issued to Frank Greenhaw]
Certificate from the State of Texas House of Representatives naming Frank Greenhaw as an honorary state representative.
[Children and Car]
Photograph of children Patricia Ann McWhorter, Sarah Beth Shands, and Gene Shands sitting on the running board of a car.
[Children in Car]
Photograph of children Patricia Ann McWhorter, Sarah Beth Shands, and Gene Shands standing on the running board of a car.
City Directory of Mesquite, Texas
City directory for the city of Mesquite listing residents, business firms, and the Dallas classifieds section.
[Cotton Picking]
Photograph of workers and children picking cotton in a field.
[Deed of Sale, May 1921]
Warranty deed transferring land from W. W. Walker and his wife to N. A. Holley for the sum of 50 dollars.
[Downtown Businesses]
Photograph of businesses in downtown Mesquite, Texas. Businesses include G. H. Brown Saddle and Harness Maker; Rugel Bros. Hardware, Wagons, and Farming Implements; E. P. and J. P. Paschall Dry Goods, Groceries, and Cotton Buyers; Lander Bros., Hass & Son, Dealers in Merchandise; G. M. Gross City Drug Store; a cotton, grain, and cotton seed store; and Tomkins & Co., General Merchandise. Horse-drawn wagons are carrying hay and grain.
[Downtown Gazebo]
Photograph of a band performing inside a gazebo in downtown Mesquite, Texas.
[Elementary School Class]
Photograph of an elementary school class in Mesquite, Texas. Schoolchildren stand in rows, while their teacher stands behind them.
[Ellis & Allen Dry Food and Goods]
Photograph of the loading area of Ellis & Allen Dry Food and Goods in Mesquite, Texas. Two men and two girls are standing on the dock, next to a shipment of shoes.
[Eula Holley ad Grace Hudgins]
Photograph of Eula Holley and Grace Hudgins lying in a field.
[Eula Holley and Friend]
Photograph of Eula Holley and a friend standing in front of a brick wall. Both wear dresses with dropped waists.
[Eula Holley in Yard]
Photograph of Eula Holley sitting in her front yard. In the photograph, Eula wears a hat and shift dress with thin vertical stripes.
[Eula Holley McWhorter and Babies]
Photograph of Eula Holley McWhorter sitting on the front porch of her home with two young children, Sarah Beth Shands (left) and Patricia Ann McWhorter (right).
[Eula Holley on Fence]
Photograph of Eula Holley sitting on a wooden fence. She wears a gingham dress and a sweater. Several homes are visible in the background.
[Eula Holley on Porch]
Photograph of Eula Holley sitting on a porch with a dog.
[Eula Holley Portrait]
Studio portrait of Eula Holley standing in front of an open window. She wears a robe embellished with a fur collar.
[Ferd Arthur McWhorter]
Studio portrait of Ferd Arthur McWhorter. He wears a suit and tie.
[Ferd Arthur McWhorter and Patricia Greenhaw]
Photograph of Ferd Arthur McWhorter and Patricia Greenhaw standing in front of the McWhorter store in Mesquite, Texas.
[Ferd Arthur McWhorter at N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store]
Photograph of Ferd Arthur McWhorter standing next to the N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store in Mesquite, Texas. Advertisements and goods are visible in the store windows.
[Former Grocery Store]
Photograph of the former N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store building, presently occupied by the Adrian Chiropractic Clinic.
[Former Grocery Store Building]
Photograph of the former N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store building, presently occupied by the Adrian Chiropractic Clinic.
[Four People in Front of House]
Photograph of four individuals in front of an old home. Two women, a man, and a small child are situated in the foreground. The women are seated in wooden chairs.
[Four Women and a Car]
Photograph of four women standing at the rear of an automobile which is parked in the middle of a road. The women wear hats and dresses which fall below their knees.
[Frank Greenhaw at Reopening]
Photograph of Frank W. Greenhaw speaking at the reopening of the McWhorter-Greenhaw store in Mesquite, Texas. Individuals in the crowd behind him include Patricia Greenhaw, Raymond Holley, B. J. Smith, T. H. McDonald, and Era McDonald.
[Frank Greenhaw with Television]
Photograph of Frank Greenhaw standing next to an RCA XL-100 color television in the McWhorter-Greenhaw store.
[Funeral Procession for Louis Casey]
Photograph of the funeral procession for Louis Casey, a World War I soldier from Mesquite, Texas. The coffin, which is being pulled by six horses, is surrounded by flower arrangements. Several men are dressed in uniforms.
[Gene and Sara Beth Shands]
Photograph of children Gene and Sara Beth Shands sitting on the roof of an automobile.
[Group of Young Men and Women]
Photograph of a group of young men. The men wear suits. Two women sit at the front of the group.
[Holley Family]
Photograph of the Holley family standing in front of their home in Mesquite, Texas. From left to right stand Adell, Eula, Nathanial A., Anson, Raymond, and Elsie.
[Holley Family]
Photograph of the Holley family standing in front of their home in Mesquite, Texas. From left to right stand Eula, Adell, Nathanial A., Anson, Raymond, and Elsie.
[Holley Home]
Photograph the right side of the old Holley home in Mesquite, Texas.
[Holley Home]
Photograph the right side of the old Holley home in Mesquite, Texas.
[Inside N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Market]
Photograph of the interior of the N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Market in Mesquite, Texas. Nathanial A. Holley and his wife, Adell, are standing behind a glass display case. Their sons, Anson and Raymond, are standing on the right.
[J. Doug Morgan Show Truck]
Photograph of Marvin Montgomery, Hubert Hunt, Larry Lind standing in front of a truck which advertises the J. Doug Morgan Show.