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[First Methodist Group]

Description: Photograph of a group of men and women posing outside of First Methodist Church. The people are identified as (first row, left to right) Mrs. O. B. Morris, Mrs. Bushong, Beth Palmer, Mrs. A. A. Miles, Mrs. Chester McDonald, (second row, left to right) The Reverend O. B. Morris, Mrs. W. H. Achey, Mrs. Francis Bushong Hoffpauir, Mrs. C. V. Palmer, Helen Gunn, Mrs. Cora Cann, (third row, left to right) J. H. Stevens, C. P. Gunn, C.V. Palmer, George Carter, Merle David, and N. J. Ader.
Date: May 6, 1917
Creator: Everett, James

[The Flying Crow]

Description: Photograph of a Kansas City Southern Lines train leaving the train depot in Port Arthur, Texas. A conductor is standing on the platform giving hand signals to the train as it pulls away. Several large trailers are in the background on the other side of the railroad tracks. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says: "Kansas City Southern Lines, 'The Flying Crow,' Port Arthur 5-10-68."
Date: May 10, 1968
Creator: Watkins Studio

[Gates Memorial Library]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of Gates Memorial Library. In the foreground, there is a man and woman sitting at a table reading. To each side of them, there are empty tables. Behind them, there is a circulation desk facing the entrance, which is surrounded by two panes of glass. In the foreground, there are other people sitting at tables. Bookshelves line the walls. Text at the bottom-right of the photograph says "Memorial Library Port Arthur, Texas Interior View Gates Day, May 18, 1918." Mrs. John W. Gates donated $25,000 for the construction of the library in memory of her husband, John W. Gates, and their son, Charles W Gates.
Date: May 8, 1918

[Gates Memorial Library]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of Gates Memorial Library. Panes of glass separating parts of the library are decorated with World War I propaganda. In the foreground, there are study tables. In the background, there are bookshelves. Text on the bottom-right of the photograph says "Memorial Library Port Arthur Texas Interior View Gates Day May 18, 1918 Patriotic Bulletin Board."
Date: May 18, 1918