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American Expeditionary Force (AEF) Club
North Texas State Normal College, American Expeditionary Force (AEF) Club, 1919, Campus Veterans Organization. Men in uniform and a woman in a dress standing and sitting on a steps in front of a brick building.
[Basketball Game #1- Men - Outdoors - NTSN vs TU - 1914]
Photograph of student athletes and spectators taken during an NTSN vs TU outdoor basketball game held in 1914.
[Basketball Game #2- Men - Outdoors - NTSN vs TU - 1914]
Photograph of student athletes and spectators taken during an NTSN vs TU outdoor basketball game held in 1914.
[Basketball Game #3- Men - Outdoors - NTSN vs TU - 1914]
Photograph of student athletes and spectators taken during an NTSN vs TU outdoor basketball game held in 1914.
[Basketball Game #4- Men - Outdoors - NTSN vs TU - 1914]
Photograph of student athletes and spectators taken during an NTSN vs TU outdoor basketball game held in 1914.
[Basketball Game #5- Men - Outdoors - NTSN vs TU - 1914]
Photograph of student athletes and spectators taken during an NTSN vs TU outdoor basketball game held in 1914.
[Brownies basketball team group shot]
Photograph of the 1911-1912 North Texas State Normal College Brownies basketball team. The all-women team is standing and sitting in rows, dressed in their uniforms. The woman standing in the center of the back row is holding a basketball with the word "Brownies" on it.
[The Byrd Williams family in El Paso, Texas]
Photograph of Byrd Williams, Jr. standing while his wife Irene and sons, Byrd, III, and John sit on the ground in front of their house at 3119 Aurora Avenue in El Paso, Texas.
[Byrd Williams, III]
Portrait of Byrd Williams, III, as a baby.
[Car stuck in mud in front of Library Building, ca. 1913]
Photograph of an open-top car stuck deep in the mud of Avenue A in front of the Library Building, at North Texas State Normal College. One wheel is jacked up, and the three visible wheels have chains for traction. In the background can be seen at left the main front (east) side of the Library Building, and to the right the Science Building. The Library Building was constructed in 1912-13 as the first Library on campus. After 1940 it was known as the Historical Building, and in 1990-91 was renamed the O.J. Curry Building. The Science Building was constructed in 1910, and remained in use until 1967, when it was torn down and the Language Building was constructed on the site.
Demonstration School Students
North Texas State Normal College, demonstration school students, 1914. Individuals standing and sitting in a front of a building.
[Donkeys hauling water bottles]
Photograph of two donkeys hauling water bottles in Juarez, Mexico. Byrd, Jr. took the photo while working just south of the Rio Grande River, and the water was presumably for the construction workers.
First library, North Texas State Normal College
First library, bldg. 4, 1912, North Texas State Normal College, constructed in 1912. Large brick building behind a fence and trees.
[Girls who roomed at Mrs. J.M. Brown's, c.1912]
Photograph of a group of 14 young women seated and standing on the porch of the J.M. Brown house, Denton, Texas. Taken about 1912. It was common for students of the various higher education schools in Denton to live in boarding houses or with families around town. Photographic print mounted on card with embossed frame. Handwritten note on reverse: "Girls who roomed at Mrs. J.M. Brown's."
Group on the wing [of a bi-plane], c. 1915
Photograph of a group of people with a bi-plane airplane in a field in Oklahoma. Sitting on top of the wings, from left to right are: Mabel Strickland, Bonnie McCarroll, Florence Hughes, Fox Hastings, and Ruth Roach. The men on the ground are involved in some kind of escapade involving a sword and turbans.
Hunters with Kill Somewhere in West Texas, 1915
Photograph of three men posing with rifles and a dead squirrel on the ground between two of them. Mountains are visible in the background.
[Irene Biffle Williams hanging clothes in the back yard]
Photograph of Irene Biffle Williams, wife of Byrd Williams, Jr., hanging clothes at their home in El Paso, Texas.
[Irene Biffle Williams holding Charles]
Photograph of Irene Biffle Williams holding son Charles Williams on their porch.
[John and Byrd Williams III dressed as pirates]
Photograph of John Williams and brother Byrd Williams III, dressed as pirates, standing in a field in front of a building.
[John Biffle Williams]
School portrait of John Williams.
[John Williams, sitting in a yard]
Photograph of John Williams as a baby, sitting in front of their house on Hueco in El Paso, playing with Tinkertoys.
[Main Building and Science Building at North Texas State Normal College]
Photograph, facing south, of the Main Building (in right background) and Science Building (left background) at North Texas State Normal College. The photograph was taken across from the college campus on the north side of Hickory Street, which was unpaved at the time. Visible in the left foreground of the photograph, across from the campus, is a house and its backyard including a stable and/or tool shed. A two-story brick building is also visible in the right foreground. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "campus, inner, 1913?" and "84 looking south towards auditorium".
[Main Building, from the south]
Photograph of the Main Building, also known as the Old Main building, photographed from the south east, from a height, most likely from the upper floor of what would be called the Historical Building. At the far left of the photo, just beside the building, can be seen a small horse-drawn cart, and near lower right of photo can be seen a gazebo. Students can be seen walking around the paths and going in and out of the building. The Main Building was constructed as the second permanent building of the North Texas State Normal College in 1904, and demolished in 1923. Photograph most likely taken between 1918 and 1922.
[Main Building, Science Building, and water fountain at North Texas State Normal College]
Photograph, facing northeast, of part of the Main Building (on left) and Science Building (on right) at North Texas State Normal College. A gazebo sheltering a water fountain is in front of the Science Building. People are visible on the campus walkways beside and between the buildings and around the gazebo and water fountain. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "Main + Science Bldg. + Old water fountain 1912-13" and "Campus, inner view, 1912".
[Man in a Hat With a Football Team]
Photograph of a man in a hat, a crowd, and football players. They stand on a grassy field.
[Man Walking Outside of a Church]
Photograph of a church on a hill. A man walks on the sidewalk outside.
[Manual Arts Building, Exterior]
Photograph of the Manual Arts Building for industrial arts. The two story brick building was built in 1914. The image shows bushes crowding the entrance, and power lines crossing across the sky. In 1974, the building was demolished.
[Manual Arts Building, Exterior]
Photograph of the Manual Arts Building for industrial arts. The two story brick building was built in 1914. The image shows bushes crowding the entrance, and power lines crossing across the sky. In 1974, the building was demolished.
[Manual Arts Building, Exterior]
Photograph of the Manual Arts Building for industrial arts. The three story brick building was built in 1914. In 1974, the building was demolished.
[Manual Arts Building, Exterior]
Photograph of the Manual Arts Building for industrial arts. The three story brick building was built in 1914. Two students can be seen outside the structure. In 1974, the building was demolished.
[Manual Arts Building, Exterior]
Photograph of the Manual Arts Building for industrial arts. The two story brick building was built in 1914. The image shows bushes crowding the entrance, and power lines crossing across the sky. In 1974, the building was demolished.
[Manual Arts Building, Exterior]
Photograph of the Manual Arts Building for industrial arts. The two story brick building was built in 1914. The image shows several cars on the street, as well as a woman ascending the front steps. In 1974, the building was demolished.
Manual arts building, North Texas State Normal College
Manual arts building, built in 1914. North Texas State Normal College. Brick building next to power liens and a dirt road
Men's basketball game, 1914
Men's basketball. North Texas State Normal vs. Southwestern game, 1914. Individuals on a basketball court with people on the side near buildings.
[Neighborhood girl in El Paso]
Photograph of Irene Biffle Williams, wife of Byrd Williams, Jr., hanging clothes to dry at their home in El Paso, Texas.
Normal College Band
North Texas State Normal College, Normal College Band, 1918-19. Men and women holding musical instruments and standing on stairs in front of brick building. Julia Smith, composer of the alma mater, stands to the left of the drum. She is holding a saxophone.
[North Texas Normal College Biology Laboratory 1911]
Photograph of female students in the Biology laboratory during Biology class at the North Texas Normal College in 1911.
North Texas State Normal College
People walking and standing in front of brick buildings.
North Texas State Normal College, 1913 baseball team
North Texas State Normal College, baseball team, 1913. Men in uniforms standing and sitting behind baseball bats.
North Texas State Normal College, Men's 1914 basketball game
North Texas State Normal College, Men's basketball game, 1914. Men on a basketball court with people on the sides.
[On a Boat in a Park in England]
This photo shows a group of people in a park, some on a small pontoon-type boat that is flying both a Union Jack and a U.S. flag.
[Portrait of Beulah Ann Harriss]
Photograph of Beulah Ann Harriss in 1914. Beulah was the first physical education teacher at North Texas State Normal College. She is credited for launching Denton's Girl Scout movement.
[Portrait of woman standing]
Photograph of an unidentified woman in a long dark-colored dress standing next to a chair. Her left hand grasps the top of the chair while her right hand touches her hips. She wears a pearl necklace with a pendant and her hair is braided up with a brooch. Written on back: "Dedico este presente retrato a mi apreciable comadre Adelaida Cuellar - Rosebud, TX - Octobre 15 de 1913." ( *Translated from Spanish: I dedicate this portrait to my beloved friend Adelaida Cuellar - Rosebud, TX, October 15, 1913 )
Ruth Roach With a Another Lady and a Car
This is a fragment of a print showing a young Ruth Roach in a cowgirl outfit, standing next to an older woman in white, who has her hand resting on an old car (possibly a Model T Ford).
Ruth Roach with a Baby
This photo shows Ruth Roach holding a baby onto a horse.
Science building, North Texas State Normal College
North Texas State Normal College, Science building, constructed in 1910. Large brick building and trees
Student Army Training Corps
North Texas State Normal College, Student Army Training Corps, 1918-1919. Men in uniforms standing on risers
[Students at NTSNC]
Photograph of a group of students at North Texas State Normal College. The image has writing on it that reads: NTSNC March 30, 1914 Kaffe und Brot Waren.
[Students on North Corner of Campus, 1914]
Photograph of five students sitting outside on a corner street fence in May of 1914. There are three men and two women posing for the photograph with many trees present in the background. Written on the photograph are the words, "May 1914. School is done."
[Students passing between classes at North Texas State Normal College]
Photograph, facing northeast, of male and female students passing between classes at North Texas State Normal College in 1914. The men are wearing suits and ties; the women are wearing full-length dresses and skirts with coats. The students are walking on paved pathways on the campus. Part of the Main Building is in the left of the photograph; part of a gazebo sheltering a water fountain and the Science Building are visible on the right. Bare trees are visible in the background between the Main and Science Buildings. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph read, "Between classes, inner campus scene, 1914" and "Students passing between classes 1914".