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Dan Coble and Charles Lawrence

Description: Dan Coble sitting in wicker chair. Charles Lawrence is standing. Coble was a gunslinger killed in a gun battle in Witchita Falls, TX. Lawrence was killed in that same shoot out.
Date: July 1, 1870

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train Headquarters Sign in Irving

Description: Photograph of a large sign with the text "Texas Wagon Train Headquarters" hanging in front of a brick building in Irving, Texas. There are logos on either side of the name; a "Texas Sesquicentennial" logo on the left, and an image of a covered wagon on the right.
Date: July 2, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train Headquarters Sign in Irving

Description: Photograph of a sign on a brick building in Irving, Texas with the text: "Texas Wagon Train, 'Circle Texas for the Past and Future.'" There is an image of a covered wagon on the left and the logo for the Texas Sesquicentennial on the right.
Date: July 2, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train Headquarters Sign in Irving

Description: Photograph of the plaque honoring Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train in Irving, Texas. The sign says, "New Home of (Early 1985) Texas Wagon Train 'Circle Texas for the Past and Future' Garry L. France - Wagon Master, Walt Garrison - Honorary State Wagon Master, Billy Bob Barnett - Asst. Wagon Master, Tom Landry - Asst. Wagon Master, Gib Lewis - Asst. Wagon Master, Glen D. Courson - Asst. Wagon Master, Jan France - Executive Director, Donald H. Stringer - Business Manger 'Centerpiece of the Texas Sesquicentennial' 'Join our train for a day, a week, or all the way!' Corporate and business sponsorships available *A Texas Non-Profit Corp. CH #676274"
Date: July 2, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train Headquarters Where it was Located in Irving

Description: Photograph of the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train Headquarters in Irving, Texas. The photo shows the front of the building that housed the headquarters for the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train. The headquarters were located in a shopping center, next to Glen's Sporting Goods.
Date: July 2, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train in Abilene

Description: Close-up photograph of the back of a wooden wagon, that was part of the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train while it was parked in Abilene, Texas. The wooden door at the back of the wagon is folded down and has wooden stairs to get into the bed and the canvas covering over the back is partially rolled up. A small sign on the side says, "This 'Prairie Schooner' or Conastoga Wagon was also in this Bicentennial Wagon Train of 1976."
Date: July 6, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train in Abilene

Description: Photograph of the back and one side of a covered wagon parked near Abilene as part of the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train. There is a wooden barrel strapped to the side and a metal basin on the back of the wagon.
Date: July 6, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train in Fort Worth

Description: Photograph of a parade celebrating the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train through the Fort Worth Stockyards. The photo shows men riding horseback, followed by men with a wagon. The photo shows the White Elephant Saloon in the background.
Date: July 3, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train in Fort Worth

Description: Photograph of a parade celebrating the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train in Fort Worth, Texas. The photo shows men, women and children on horses riding in the parade traveling through the Fort Worth Stockyards. The White Elephant Saloon is pictured in the background.
Date: July 3, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick

Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train in Fort Worth

Description: Photograph of a wagon participating in the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train traveling through Fort Worth, Texas. The photo shows a horse-drawn wagon full of people, with a Texas Sesquicentennial Nocona flag.
Date: July 3, 1986
Creator: Cirincione, Nick