Photograph of the barn and corrals at the Brite Ranch in West Texas. The barn has cattle brands decorating the doors. A horse is in the corral. This photo was included in a report for an American History class at Marfa High School.
This is a collection of pages and objects related to an entry by Clint W. White for the Alpine History Fair in Marfa, Texas in March 1984. Accompanying the research paper are three "History Day" judges' rating cards, a participant ribbon, and a certificate. The paper mentions a model of the ranch headquarters that accompanied this report. as well. Three ia a hand-written paper telling about the author's sources of information about the ranch. The three-page typed report tells the story of the raid on the Brite Ranch in 1917.
Photograph of the house on the Brite Ranch in 1984. It is a one story stucco house with a red tin roof, with a chain link fence around it. Cactus and flowers grow in the yard. An old wagon wheel leans against the house to the right. This photo was included in a report for an American History class at Marfa High School.