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Description: Photograph of the Hastings family. Mr. Thomas Newman Hastings holds a baby boy, Homer. His wife, Martha Helen Hansen Hastings, stands to the right. In front of her stands Rosie Lee Hastings, who has ribbons in her braided hair. Her hand rests on the arm of the chair her father sits in.
Description: Photograph of the Pederson family, including Laura, Alvida, Minnie, Palmer, Selmer, Pete, Norman, Inge, Emil, Julia, Ina, and Polly Pederson. A few of them stand in the back, but most of them sit. There are four children and a baby. Several of them wear matching clothes.
Description: Postcard of the Bosque River in Clifton, Texas, with a building partially submerged in the river. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard is addressed to Miss Hilda Maddox in Weatherford, Texas and says "Hilda, Ask your Pap if he knows this place. Sold a nice bill today. Well wishes. Your friend, Kelly."
Date: September 21, 1908
Description: Postcard of a street lined with trees in Clifton, Texas. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard is addressed to Lalla D. Stivers in Celina, Texas and says "Hello! Awful hot and dusty here. Am following the Bosque and Brazos Rivers and am finding plenty of gravel. Every mountain is gravel. May go fishing awhile tonight. Goodbye. Hawlett."
Date: May 27, 1913
Description: Postcard of the small building of a Presbyterian Church in Clifton, Texas. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard is addressed to Miss Cora Wright in Alba, MO and says "Hello Cora, as you haven't answered my last card I will send you another. Am all ok, hope you are the same. I am at work 60 miles north with the bridge ...[?]... Wish I could be with you. Ruth."
Date: December 11, 1910