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[Remodeled Building]
Photograph of a remodeled red building with white door and windows.
[Downtown Aubrey, 1972]
Photograph of a wide angle view of downtown Aubrey, Texas, showing cars and pickup trucks parked in front of Gordon's; Jackie's Hardware; and Pettit's Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, and Meats.
[Morning After Tornado]
Photograph of pedestrians and passengers in horse-drawn carriages and wagons viewing storm damage. Mullins Hotel is visible in the background on the left. The depot is in the upper right. The lumberyard, rolls of barbed wire, and the hardware store are all visible. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
[Photo of William Harmon]
Photograph of a man identified as William Harmon. He wears a three piece suit and has a full white beard.
[Photograph of Laura Jane, John, George, and Wood Goin]
Portrait of the Goin family in 1893. Laura Jane and Wood Goin sit in ornate chairs. The man holds a baby, George Goin, in his lap. A young man, John Goin, stands behind the group.
[Ruins of Methodist Church]
Photograph of the ruins of a Methodist church in Aubrey after a tornado. Houses, including the home of Dr. Bate, are visible in the background, and there is a great deal of debris on the ground.
[1918 Aubrey High School Yearbook]
High school yearbook for the Aubrey, Texas class of 1918. It includes photographs, names, athletics notes and memorabilia.
[Abner C. Stewart and Family]
Photograph of the Stewart family posing in front of a frame building with two porches and a brick chimney. The family group consists of a boy sitting astride a horse next to a standing boy and man, a woman seated with a toddler in her lap, and two girls standing.
[Aubrey Christian Church on Main Street North]
Photograph of a group of adults and children posing in front of a frame church building.
[Aubrey High and Elementary Schools]
Photograph of school building with two school buses parked to the right. There are a few small trees and a puddle in front of the building.
[Aubrey School Classes]
Photograph of a group of boys, girls, and adults posed in front of a brick school building.
[Aubrey School During 1908]
Photograph of a two-story brick school building with tall windows, a chimney, and a tower.
[Blackjack School]
Photograph of a frame building with a steeply pitched shingle roof, a chimney, and three windows. Chickens appear in the foreground.
[Bob Goin and Unidentified Man]
Photograph of Bob Goin and an unidentified man, both wearing hats and overalls. The men are standing outdoors in front of an automobile. The man on the left smokes a pipe.
[Bobby Jack Goin and Lola June Goin with Unidentified Child]
Photograph of Bobby Jack Goin and Lola June Goin playing on a blanket with an unidentified child. Bent willow chairs, a potted plant, and a door are visible behind them.
[Bouncer Goin in 1944]
Portrait of a smiling Bouncer Goin as a boy in 1944.
[Boy Standing Next to Chair]
Photograph of an adolescent boy standing next to a chair, with his left hand resting on the chair's back.
[Boy With Book]
Photograph of a boy sitting with a book on his lap.
[Cage McNatt with Pig]
Photograph of Cage McNatt standing in a field near a pig. Trees appear in the background.
[Children By Pond]
Photograph of five children sitting at the edge of a pond. Trees, buildings, and a fence are visible behind them.
[Cora Sardin's Mother With Baby]
Photograph of a woman identified as "Cora Sardin's mother," with a child. It's not clear if the child is Cora Sardin herself.
[Damaged Photograph of Man]
Damaged photograph of a young man in a dark jacket.
[Dyche Family in Snow]
Photograph of a man standing on a porch. Another man and two women stand in the snow to the left. The man on the porch may be Johnny Dyche.
[Eliza Wood Williams as a Teenager]
Portrait of a young woman, Eliza Wood Williams, wearing a dark suit with a high, ruffled lace collar. Eliza Wood Williams was Bouncer Goin's paternal grandmother.
[Funeral Notice of Jim Goin]
Funeral memento for James William Goin (1897-1978). Services were held October 4, 1978 in Denton, Texas at the Schmitz-Floyd-Hamlet Chapel. Interment was at Belew Cemetery in Aubrey, Texas.
[Giles V. Goin In Uniform]
Photograph of Giles V. Goin in uniform, standing on a dirt road. A fence is visible behind him.
[Goin Family]
Photograph of the Goin family. The man stands behind the chair in which the woman is seated, and a young child stands next to her holding a doll. They pose in front of a wooden house. The text reads: "Albert Emer Willie May Goin." It is unknown whether that is the man's full name, or if this is describing all the family members shown.
[Goin Family Portrait]
Photograph of four women, a man, and a boy posing in front of a tractor and trees. They are, from left to right, Reina Goin, Blanche, Bill Jones, Erma and Aunt Buelah Stewart Jones.
[Granny Harmon's House]
Photograph of a house, with two women standing on the porch. Chickens are visible in the foreground.
[Grapevine on House]
Photograph of a grapevine growing across the front of a home. Ornamental woodwork is visible on the gables and eaves of the house. Lightning rods with weather vanes are visible on the roof. A picket fence stands in the foreground.
[Guards For a Whiskey Still]
Photograph of two young men holding shotguns, with pistols in their belts. A dog stands in front of them, and bushes and trees are in the background.
[Horses and Buggy]
Dark photograph of Wood Goin and another man on a horse-drawn cart.
[House With Storm Debris, 1918]
Photograph of a frame house with brick debris on the roof and in the yard. In the foreground, textiles dry on a clothesline. In the background, a woman stands beyond the corner of the house. Built before 1885, this house was the home of Wood Goin in the early twentieth century. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
[Jim Goin and Fred Cummings Delivering Ice]
Photograph of Jim Goin and Fred Cummings delivering ice. One of them holds a large block of ice in tongs and stands in front of an enclosed wagon. To his left, the other man, outfitted with a toolbelt and pole-climbing gear, leans against the bumper of a motor vehicle.
[Jim Goin and Joe Goin in 1910]
Photograph of Jim and Joe Goin standing in front of trees and a fence. The boy holds a goat, while the young man holds a rope tied to the bridle of a horse.
[Jim Goin and Joe Goin in Farm Field]
Photograph of a barefoot boy wearing overalls and a straw hat, standing in a field in front of two mules harnessed to farm equipment. Another boy sits on the equipment behind the mules.
[Jim Goin in Powledge Store, January 17, 1918]
Photograph of three men and a boy posing in a store containing a variety of products displayed on shelves, in glass-topped display cases, and hanging from railings. Jim Goin stands behind the counter wearing a tie.
[Jim Goin in Uniform]
Photograph of Jim Goin in uniform, standing in front of a shrub, beside a wooden structure.
[Jim Goin with an Unidentified Woman]
Portrait of Jim Goin and an unidentified woman smiling at each other.
[Jim Goin with Soldiers]
Photograph of three rows of men in uniform, including Jim Goin, who is the sixth from the top right. There are two tents and a branch-covered shelter behind them.
[Main Street after the Tornado]
Photograph of buildings damaged by a tornado. The destroyed structure was the carriage building for Grey's Furniture and the undertaker. The house next to it belonged to the Ratchford family. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
[Main Street after the Tornado, 1918]
Photograph of buildings damaged by a tornado. The destroyed structure was the carriage building for Grey's Furniture and the undertaker. It has been turned upside down by a tornado that had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
[Man and Woman in Front of House]
Photograph of Jim and Lillian Goin standing in front of a house. The man is wearing a high starched collar, vest, sleeve garters, and hat. The woman wears a dress and high laced boots.
[Man in Suit]
Photograph of an unidentified man in a formal suit sitting in a chair. The photo has been partially colorized.
[Man in Uniform]
Photograph of a man posing in a Confederate Army uniform.
[Man With Book]
Photograph of a man sitting in a chair, holding a book in one hand.
[Man with Sculpture]
Studio photograph of an unidentified man standing next to some kind of sculpture.
[McCarson House After 1918 Tornado]
Photograph of a house with a damaged roof, surrounded by debris. Part of a windmill is visible in the foreground. A tornado touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
[McCarson House After 1918 Tornado]
Photograph of the ruins of the McCarson house following a tornado in 1918. Two men work on the damaged roof of the house, while another man stands in the yard. Three automobiles are parked in front of the house, and a horse is tethered to a fence in the background.
[Meat Market at Old Grocery Store]
Photograph of seven men in front of the meat market and old grocery store in Aubrey, Texas. Four men are seated on the walkway, while three other men stand behind them. The men are identified as Will Harmon, Wood Goin, and Ashley, standing. The seated men are, from left to right, Robinson, Uncle Newt Reynolds, Dr. R. L. Burke, and J. L. Steele.