Panoramic photograph of a large group of people posing in front of the Sharyland train station on the Missouri Pacific Railroad; the train station later burned down. John Shary is labeled (third from the right). Also shows a dog with 10 legs - a product of the panoramic photo processing. Text at the bottom of the image says, "Excursion Party of the John H. Shary Land Co., Feb. 10, 1920." A label on the back of the photo says "Sharyland Mo Pac RR Station (later burned)"
Panoramic photograph of an excursion party in front of the William Jennings Bryan house in Mission, Texas. John Shary and Peter Bentsen are labeled in the image. The same man is at both ends.
Photograph of a certificate from the National Corn Exposition held in Dallas, Texas, February 10-24, 1914. The text reads "This is to Certify that McAllen Creamery Company, McAllen, Texas entered Creamery Butter in class --- lot --- and was awarded First prize, Southern Zone classification." It is signed by the President of the National Corn Association and Secretary of the National Corn Exposition.
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