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[The Abel Family and Home]

Description: Photograph of the Abel family and home at 777 South 17th Street and Ross in Waco. From left to right, they are Ida Victoria, Maud Vivian (standing), Lillie Jane, Robert Downman, Clarence Albert (standing), Hector Valdemar, and Valdemar. Ida Victoria sits in a wooden rocking chair on the porch, and Lillie Jane sits in a wicker chair next to her. She holds Robert Downman, and Maud Vivian stands behind her chair. Clarence Albert stands on the porch steps, while Hector Valdemar sits on the arm of a rocking chair. Valdemar stands next to the chair, leaning against the side of the house. The photograph was purchased at the Abel estate sale in Waco, Texas.
Date: August 13, 1898

[Abilene Clearing House Association]

Description: Photograph of John T. Willis, Sr. in a group photograph of the Abilene Clearing House Association. He stands in the middle of the back row with his hands on the shoulders of the man in front of him. All of the men are dressed in white shirts, and several have money in their pockets or hands. The men in the front row are Kirk -, Herman Pender, and Curtis Weaver. Roy McCollough is on the left in the back row, and Bob Adams stands on Willis' other side.
Date: 1910

[Abilene Clearing House Association]

Description: Photograph of John T. Willis, Sr. in a group photograph of the Abilene Clearing House Association. He stands in the middle of the back row with his hands on the shoulders of the man in front of him. All of the men are dressed in white shirts, and several have money in their pockets or hands.
Date: 1912

[Academy of the Sacred Heart in Waco]

Description: Postcard of a colorized photograph of Waco's Academy of the Sacred Heart, a large, two-story red brick building with two rows of windows, with a row of trees in front of it. Printed on the front of the postcard: "Academy of the Sacred Heart, Chartered 1875, Waco, Texas." There is a handwritten letter on the back of the postcard.
Date: September 27, 1911
Creator: Isley, Eugene

[Acting Troupe in Blackface]

Description: Photograph of an acting troupe, all men, in black face. One of them, in the back row, is dressed as a woman, with a blouse and a feathered hat. The man in the front row wearing a striped hat holds a horn instrument. The man on the far right does not wear black face, and is dressed in a three-piece suit and tie.
Date: [1911..1915]

[After the Hike]

Description: Postcard image of five soldiers sitting down on a pile of scrap wood boards. One is pictured as wiping his face with a towel while three others are pictured holding one of their feet. Text above the image reads "After the hike". Handwritten text on the back is addressed to Miss Addie Wheeling.
Date: unknown

[The Alamo]

Description: Postcard image of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. Text on the front reads "The Alamo, built 1718, San Antonio, Texas.". Within the image the Alamo positioned in front of trees and next to another building. Handwritten text on back is addressed to Mr. W. L. Tucker from Weatherford, Texas.
Date: unknown

[Alamo Building at North Texas College]

Description: Postcard image of the Alamo Building at the North Texas College in Sherman, Texas. Within this building is the Kidd Key Conservatory. The two story building has four large white columns along the front porch entrance where benches are visible. In the foreground is a smaller white statue positioned on the front lawn. Handwritten text on the back addresses Miss Pearl Yancey.
Date: unknown

[Alamo Old Courtyard]

Description: Postcard image of the Alamo and the old courtyard in San Antonio, Texas. Text on back reads "Built in 1718 by Franciscan Friars who came over from Spain and established a chain of missions in which to educate the Indians".
Date: unknown

[Alamo Plaza]

Description: Postcard image of the Alamo Plaza in San Antonio, Texas positioned looking north. In the image a small park area is in the center with buildings to the left side. Carriages with passengers are in the foreground on the cobbled streets of the plaza. Handwritten text on back is addressed to Mr. W. L. Tucker from Weatherford, Texas.
Date: unknown
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