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Polk Paschall Home
Photograph of a family home is Mesquite, Texas. The home is a two-story structure with a covered porch spanning the length of the front. A white picket fence follows a boardwalk in front of the home. A family of five people is standing by the fence and on the home's porch. Standing on the porch, from left to right are daughter Ollie Paschall, George Paschall, and wife Ollie Paschall. Standing by the fence, from left to right, are Cecil Paschall and Polk Paschall.
Frank Ellis General Merchandise Store
Photograph of the exterior of the Frank Ellis General Merchandise Store the New Hope community of Sunnyvale, Texas. The general store is covered in signs and advertisements for many goods it sells. A large number of people and wagons are outside the store.
Young Ladies in White
Photograph of four young ladies all dress in white gowns. They all have hair pulled back and secured with large, white bows. Three are wearing necklaces. The name "Carrie Henry," is written by the lady on the far right.
Campbell Children
Photograph of three young children. Pictured are two young girls and their infant sibling. The girl on the left is wearing a long, dark coat with a bow in her hair. The girl on the right is sitting in a wicker chair with her infant sibling. Handwriting on the back of the photo identifies the three as the "Campbell Children."
Front Street Store
Photograph of the interior of Paschall's Front Street Store in Mesquite, TX. The store is filled with display cases marketing a variety of items. Items are also hanging from wires across the ceiling. Several people are are pictured. They are, from left to right, Cecil Paschall, Polk Paschall, Lloyd Paschall, Eddie Paschall, an unidentified man, Ollie Vineyard-Paschall, and George Paschall.
[Interior of Frank Ellis and Son]
Photograph of the interior of the Frank Ellis and Son General Store in the New Hope community of Sunnyvale, TX. Every wall is covered in shelves. The shelves are lined with various goods being sold. Several independent displays run down the middle of the store. The owner, Frank Ellis, is standing on the left next to a glass display case. He is wearing a suit and tie and a hat.
Mesquite School Room Five
Photograph of teacher L.J. Berry's sixth grade class, room five, taken in front of Mesquite School in 1911. Pictured are (from back left to right): unknown, unknown, unknown, Sussie Bodine, Ellen Paschall, Lucille Chapman, Lena Jones, Ruth Darcy, Sadie Harris, Junior Nunn, unknown, Annie Hart. Fourth row: unknown, Hattie Carmack, Allie Brown, unknown, unknown, Beulah Sibson (Crane), Ruby Lawrence, Bessie, Octie Ridner, Tina Mae Bean, Allie Dixon, Ethel Stamp, teacher L.J. Berry. Third row: Arla Vanston, unknown, unknown, Lula Cumby, unknown, unknown, unknown,unknown, Stanley Grubb, Clara Packer. Second row: Blake Rugel, Walton Gross, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, Tasch. Front row: unknown, unknown, Charlie Bryant, Dan Gross, unknown, unknown, unknown.
Mrs. Josie Smith and Students
Photograph of teacher Josie Smith and her students in front of Mesquite High School in Mesquite, TX. Forty-three students are pictured with one teacher. Among those pictured is Arla Vanston.
Mrs. W. C. Cullom and Students
Photograph of teacher Mrs. W. C. Cullom and her students in front of Mesquite School. There are thirty-five students pictured, twenty-one boys and fourteen girls. Mrs. W. C. Cullom stands behind her students. On the left, two boys are holding tennis rackets. In the front row, two boys have tweed hats positioned on their knees.
Mrs. W. C. Cullom and Students
Photograph of teacher Mrs. W. C. Cullom and her students in front of Mesquite School. Mrs. Cullom stands behind the students while an unknown man in a dark suit and hat sits on the ground with the front row of boys.
Mesquite Students
Photograph showing a class of students in front of Mesquite School. There are forty students pictured, twenty-seven boys and thirteen girls. The back row of students is standing, while the middle row sits in chairs, and the front row sits on the ground. Behind the rows of students stands their teacher. Included in the photograph is Nellie Grey Paschall.
Mesquite Eighth Grade Students
Photograph of teacher L. J. Berry's eighth grade class in front of Mesquite School in 1911. L. J. Berry is standing on the far right. Included in the photo is Ernest Ellis, front row, second from the right.
C. J. Washmon and Son Grocery Store
Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Washmon in front of their store on Tripp and Collins Roads. A dog is seen in the foreground and several sacks and crates are seen behind them. A sign above the grocery store reads, "Good Luck C. J. Washmon and Son Groceries."
Portrait of Ernest Ellis
Photograph of a man standing in front of a picket fence. He is wearing a three piece suit and necktie. He has short hair parted on the side. He is holding his hands behind his back. The man is identified as Ernest Ellis.
J.F. McCullough Store
Postcard of the front of the J. F. McCullough store, located on the northeast corner of the square in Mesquite, TX. The store front reads, "J.F. McCullough, Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, & Clothing." A sign advertising the Hamilton Brown Shoe Company is leaning against the front of the store. A man and a woman are standing in front of the building next door.
Earl White Home
Postcard of the Earle White home in the New Hope community of what is now Sunnyvale, TX. A large tree is blocking most of the house. A large, covered porch is around the entire structure. A woman holding an infant in her arms is seated on the porch, facing the camera.
Girls Holding Corn
Postcard of two girls in a rural setting holding several large ears of corn. In the background are several animal-drawn carts secured to what appear to be horses. The girls are identified as, from left to right, Mogie Callaway and Geraldine McCullough
Mal and Sadie Moore
Photograph the two girls standing in front of a white, wooden building with two windows. They are both wearing knee-length white dresses. The girls are identified as Mal and Sadie Moore. Part of a third person in a dress is visible on the far right.
Portrait of Leona Grubb
Photograph of a young woman. She is wearing a dark dress with a large bow on the front. She is facing slightly to the left. She is identified as Leona Grubb of Mesquite, TX.
Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Grubb
Photograph of woman in a studio. The image is of a bust-length pose. The woman is identified as Mrs. Sarah Grubb. She is wearing a dark dress with a shamrock print, secured at the neck by a thin pin. The dress is decorated at the center with many beads and a pleated front. She has dark hair parted down the center.
Dr. and Mrs. William Cullom Wedding Photograph
Photograph of a man and woman couple on their wedding day in Mesquite, TX. They are identified as Dr. William Carter Cullom and Mrs. Louella Sewell Cullom. Dr. Cullom is dressed in a dark suit and bow tie. He is seated in a chair. Mrs. Cullom is standing on the right in a wedding gown and floral head covering. Her hands are resting on her husband's shoulders.
Ellis Brothers
Photograph of four brothers in Mesquite, TX. All are wearing suits and ties. They are, from left to right, Tolbert Ellis, George Ellis, Frank Ellis, and Robert Ellis. The back of the photograph lists three missing siblings. They are brother Ned Ellis and sisters Lucy and Maggie Ellis.
James R. Welch Outfitters
Photograph of a manager tending to customers at James R. Welch Outfitters in Mesquite, TX. The man on the far left is identified as Will Bovell, manager of the store. He is assisting a female customer. Two other employees, dressed in white shirts and dark vests are helping another customer. The shelves behind the subjects are loaded with shoe boxes. In the foreground is a display counter containing neckties and stacks of clothes with price tags.
Mesquite Cooperative
Photograph of the interior of Mesquite Cooperative store in Mesquite, TX. The store later became the Ellis and Allen store. Pictured are three store employees, as well as a young boy on the right and a man in a top hat browsing in the rear of the store. In the foreground are several electric sewing machines.
Mesquite Cooperative
Photograph of the interior of Mesquite Cooperative store in Mesquite, TX. The store later became the Ellis and Allen store. Pictured are an unidentified man and three employees. In the foreground are a wood countertop and several stools. Behind the counter are shelves containing various rolls of fabric.
Mesquite Auditorium
Photograph of the interior of the Mesquite Auditorium. The backdrop for the stage shows advertisements for Mesquite businesses before 1907. According to accompanying information, the auditorium was located above James R. Welch, Outfitters on the east side of the square. Above the stage, an electric light is seen hanging from the rafters.
Mrs. Ed Vanston and Students
Photograph of a teacher and students at Mesquite School in 1906. Large wooden desks are in the foreground and a chalkboard is seen behind the students. The class is composed of fifty students, thirty-six boys and fourteen girls. The teacher is identified as Mrs. Ed Vanston. She is standing behind the students.
Young Girls and Bennett School
Photograph of a group of young girls in a field adjacent to a school building in Mesquite, TX. Thirteen girls are pictured in long, white gowns. The school behind them is a large, L-shaped white building with a bell tower.
Presbyterian Men's Bible Class
Members of the Men's Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church of Mesquite are standing on the steps of the Church. Pictured on the bottom row, left to right: J. C. Chapman; J. C. Rugel; not identified; J. M. Bennett; I. T. Kirk; John L. Hanby; and J. H. Fender; Second row from bottom: Edgar Range; E. A. Grubb; Charles A. Tosch; unidentified; unidentified; unidentified; and Walter Hanby. Third row: fifth man from the left, Stanley Grubb. Fourth row: second man from left, O.C. Hanby, third man from the left, Hugh Gardner; Henry Humphries; Stanley Grubb. Back row: man on far right end, S.H. Whitehurst. Other members of the class included J.B. Bryant, S.H. Grubb, Robert Bryant, H.H. Hanby, W.E. Baker, I.M. Bell, Albert Tosch, L. E. Gross, W. F. Harris, Jim Edwards, J. T. Davis, D. J. Brown, Dan Rugel, F.I. Walker, Arthur Evans and Joe Cleary.
[Nathaniel A. Holley]
Studio portrait of Nathanial A. Holley standing next to a bale of hay. A church building is visible in the background.
[Eula Holley and Friend]
Photograph of Eula Holley and a friend standing in front of a brick wall. Both wear dresses with dropped waists.
[Baby Anson Holley]
Photograph of Anson Holley as an infant. He wears a white garment trimmed with lace.
[Gene and Sara Beth Shands]
Photograph of children Gene and Sara Beth Shands sitting on the roof of an automobile.
[Raymond and Sara Beth Shands]
Photograph of Anson Holley holding a baby Sara Beth Shands on the porch of his home. Holley is wearing a suit and fedora.
[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.
[Cotton Picking]
Photograph of workers and children picking cotton in a field.
[Mesquite Downtown Square]
Photograph of the downtown square in Mesquite, Texas. Beyond a set of railroad tracks, the Mesquite Post Office, Chapman Drugs, Nunn & Hicks Gents Furnishings, CD Kimbell Real Estate, and The City Bakery are visible.
[McWhorter Grocery Store]
Photograph of Fred Arthur McWhorter and Ted McWhorter with customers in the McWhorter Grocery Store.
[Portrait of Anson Holley #2]
Photograph of Anson Holley, partially visible from the waist up, wearing a World War I uniform with a hat.
[Lemaster Family Children]
Studio portrait of four Lemaster children. The smallest child, a boy, stands in front of his three sisters, who wear white dresses.
[Eula Holley Portrait]
Studio portrait of Eula Holley standing in front of an open window. She wears a robe embellished with a fur collar.
[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.
[Young Woman in Garden]
Photograph of a young woman standing in a garden. The woman wears a floral dress.
[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).
[Young Couple]
Studio portrait of a young couple. Elegantly dressed, the man is seated in a wicker chair while the woman stands on the right. Her right hand rests on his shoulder. The woman is wearing a white dress with polka dots, puffed sleeves, and bows adorning her waist and collar.
[Woman at Texas State Fair]
Photograph of a young woman standing on a curb at the Texas State Fair. Text painted on the curb reads: "State Court of Honor."
[Students in Classroom]
Photograph of students situated in front of a blackboard in their classroom. Most students are standing, while a few are kneeling in the front of the group.
[Former Grocery Store Building]
Photograph of the former N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store building, presently occupied by the Adrian Chiropractic Clinic.
[Former Grocery Store]
Photograph of the former N. A. Holley & Sons Grocery Store building, presently occupied by the Adrian Chiropractic Clinic.