Photograph of the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp located in the Chisos Mountains taken on November 26, 1937. The company stationed at this camp was 1855, it was under the command of Lt. Wm. L. Hagman and Lt. Archie L. Murray, second in command.
Photograph of Lee Harrington (L) and Oscar Wells (R) at the Brite oil well near the rimrock section of the Brite Ranch in April 1937. Ranch hands served as casing crews when needed. The men stand near two vehicles and a dog.
Sebastina Cedillo and her sister, Luciana Cedillo. The women are posing for a portrait. Luciana is to the left of Sebastina and wears a watch pendant given to her by her grandfather, Deputy Sheriff Miguel Hernandez.
Correspondence from Jack Shipman in 1937 that includes information about a monument in Viejo Pass and an account of the fight between the Cavalry with some Pueblo Indian scouts and the Apache Indians in that place in 1880.
Photograph of workers that were making a road to the house on the Carrasco Ranch in West Texas. The men are: Rijino Zubiate of Alpine, TX; Abel Delgadillo of Ojinaga; Agopito Zubiate of Pecos, Texas; Mike Montoyo of Alpine, Texas; Juan Young of Cloudcroft, Texas; and G.A. Glenn of El Paso.