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Description: Map shows property boundaries, landowners, roads, towns, railroads, and oil well activity for central portion of Erath County roughly bounded by towns of Stephenville, Alexander, Clariette, and Dufeau [Duffau]; one tract outlined in red. Scale not given.
Description: A large group of students pose for a picture outside of a stone school building in Stephenville, Texas. Information from article attached: During the 1880's this was the only public school in Stephenville and taught all grade levels. The building was torn down in 1906 and replaced by Stephenville Junior High School.
Description: Photograph of people aboard decorated horse-drawn carriages riding through a city street during a Fourth of July Parade in Stephenville, Texas, ca. 1890. Crowds of people stand on the sidewalk in front of businesses watching the carriages go by.
Description: Unidentified multiple-story school building in Stephenville, Texas.
Description: ["Uncle Jim" Mansker, the colored man who ran the town's first waterworks. He got water from a spring in the town and sold it to the customers who settled in Stephenville.]