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[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

[Cover of the Parker Family Bible]

Description: Photograph of the cover of a leather-bound Holy Bible belonging to the Robert Henry Parker family. The initials R.H. and S.A. Parker are engraved underneath the title, which is set in a decorative typeface. An intricately engraved border surrounds the title.
Date: unknown
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford

[Family Portrait at the Parker Home]

Description: Photograph of a group of women seated together for a portrait on the porch of Robert Henry Parker's home in Abilene, Texas. Sitting on the first row are Lavinia Parker McDaniel and Nellie Parker Davis Jack. On the second row are Hallie Parker Adams, Sallie Ann Clarke Parker (wife of Robert Henry Parker and matriarch of those around her), and Bettie Parker Kelly. On the top row are Sallie Ann Parker Willis (wife of Thomas Middlebrook Willis), Neva Parker Woodward, and Margaret "Mag" Parker Field Cox.
Date: 1922

[Farmers and Merchants National Bank]

Description: Photograph of John T. Willis, Sr. in a group Photograph of the Farmers and Merchants National Bank in Abilene, Texas. Willis stands on the right. Herman Pender stands next to Willis. Bob Adams sits in front of Pender, and Ben McAdams sits next to him. All four men are wearing suits.
Date: 1909

[Home of Thomas Middlebrook Willis, Abilene, TX]

Description: Photograph of the home of Thomas Middlebrook Willis at 402 Peach Street in Abilene, Texas. It is a two-story wooden house, with a picket fence and a porch. There are trees in the front yard. A note at the top of the photo reads: "402 Peach St just back of Momma's house on Jeanette." Sallie A. Parker Willis is seated on the porch.
Date: 19uu

[Invitation to the Wedding of Sallie Parker and Thomas Middlebrook Willis]

Description: Photograph of an invitation to the wedding of Sallie Ann Parker and Thomas Middlebrook Willis. A note in the top left corner reads "To Ma & Pa." The invitation reads: "Mr. & Mrs. R. H. Parker Request your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Sallie, to Thos. M. Willis, Wednesday Evening, June 16th, at 8:30 o'clock. First Presbyterian Church. Reception at 9 o'clock. At home. Abilene, Texas. 1886."
Date: June 16, 1886

[Marriage Certificate of Robert and Sallie Parker]

Description: Photograph of a certificate certifying the marriage of Robert Henry Parker and Sallie Ann Clarke. The certificate features an ornamental, floral border with the image of a couple riding in a boat being led by a robed woman with a torch. According to the certificate, they were married on November 20, 1851. This marriage certificate was found in the R. H. & S. A. Parker Bible.
Date: 1980~/1989~
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford

[Parker Family Home in Abilene]

Description: Photograph of the first two-story frame house in Abilene, Texas, located on the corner of South 2nd Street and Butternut Street. It was the home of Robert Henry Parker. A group of people, believed to be the Parker family, are gathered on the covered porch.
Date: unknown

[Photograph of Men at Epileptic Colony of Abilene]

Description: Photograph of a group of men at the Epileptic Colony of Abilene, Texas. Handwritten numbers written on the photo correspond with a note on the back of the photo identifying the men: 1. C. Walker (fireman), 2. T. Tapp (fireman), 3. Unidentified patient, 4. Mr. McGennis (blacksmith), 5. Mr. Hopkins (chief engineer), 6. Asa Akins (patient), 7. Harrie Green (patient), 8. George Hellman (patient), and 9. Robert Long (assistant engineer).
Date: January 1918

[Photograph of Meredith Lewis with Horn]

Description: Photograph of a young boy wearing a band uniform and holding a small trumpet while standing in a fenced yard with houses in the background. Handwritten notes on the back of the photo say, "South side of front yard, Hickory St. at 16th St. Looking east across Hickory (person's house and barns in background)" and "Meredith Lewis, first mascot of first uniformed Simmons College Band, of which his father C.H. Lewis was director and organizer. Holding 'Daddy's horn.' About 1911 or 1912."
Date: [1911,1912]