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The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1943
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1942
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
Oxen sold by G.R. Mace
Photograph of some oxen sold by G.R. Mace in 1896 to Albert Pair of Harben in exchange for Pair's breaking 25 acres of new ground on Mace's farm near Stephenville. Four of the steers were natives, the rest part Durhams.
Matador Ranch Headquarters
Photograph of the Matador Ranch Headquarters in 1901. The man on the platform who is fishing is Johnnie McBain, the ranch bookkeeper at that time. Standing next to McBain is Mrs. B.F. Harper and the other girl is Esther Cammack.
[Group in vehicle]
Photograph of five people sitting inside of an automobile in the early 1900s. The man driving the vehicle is wearing a hat.
Roundup at Bar CC Ranch
Photograph of a roundup on Bar CC Rance in 1886, near the old ranch headquarters on Wolf Creek. Jas McKenzie the ranch manager, is in the center on the bobtailed horse and Ed Brainard, the range boss, is the furthest man on the right.
Round-up at Bar O-T-O Ranch
Photograph of a big round-up held on the Bar O-T-O Ranch in Dawson County in 1898. The ranch consisted of about 200,000 acres and extended to within six miles of present day Lamesa. About 12,000 cattle were in the herd when this picture was taken. In the picture L-R: Gip Akins, Charlie Nivvins of El Paso, Eldridge Ingle of Ensby, Alabama, Paul Dalmont of Lamesa, V.P. Baker of Lamesa, Eulis Dalmont of Lamesa, Harry Morgan of Lamesa (12 mi. north), Bill Oden and other unnamed cowpunchers.
Headquarters if the Bar CC Ranch
Photograph of the headquarters at the old Bar CC Ranch in 1886. There are four buildings in this picture, one is a log cabin. The headquarters was located in Ochiltree County at the top of the Texas panhandle.
[Corthouse in Ozona]
Photograph of the courthouse in Ozona, Texas. There is a dirt road and a fence in front of the courthouse.
[Street scene in 1885 Palestine]
Photograph of a street scene in 1885 Palestine, Texas. The photograph was taken after the establisment of railroads.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1941
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
The Ex-Claimer, Volume 2, Number 3, June 15, 1944
Weekly newsletter issued in Arlington, Texas, including announcements about marriages, births, and news about World War II.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1944
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
The Junior Aggie, Yearbook of North Texas Agricultural College, 1945
Yearbook for North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas includes photos of and information about the school, student body, professors, and organizations.
Cowboys Having Dinner at Unknown Ranch
Photograph of ten cowboys having dinner on a ranch near Clarendon, Texas in May 1904. Most of them sit on the ground to eat.
[Group of Men]
Photograph of a group of men all wearing tuxedos for the Walter Want and Maude Watkins wedding on July 2, 1892. Front row L-R: Horace Luckett (Portland, Oregon), Al Jordon, Harry Robertson. Back row L-R: Sam Turis, Dr. Ike Mayfield (best dentist), Jim Reed.
Texas and Pacific Railway Terminal
Photograph of the Texas and Pacific Terminal at Main and Front Streets in Fort Worth, Texas taken from a postcard. It opened on Dec 16, 1889. The red brick building with a fountain in a foreground was designed by architect O.H. Lang. It served Fort Worth until 1931, when a new larger terminal opened.
[Portrait of D.W. Martin]
Photograph of D.W. Martin.
[Billy Fox and Billy the Kid]
Photograph of Billy Fox and Billy the Kid holding rifles.
[Portrait of Donald R. Bonfoey]
Photograph of Donald R. Bonfoey in a military uniform.
Henry Cook at Payne Place
Photograph of Henry Cook, who was in charge of the Matador Land and Cattle Company line camp at Payne Place. He is sitting on a horse. There is a barn and corral in the background.
[Group of Men]
Photographic portrait of ten pioneer men. They all wear suits and hats. Most of them have mustaches.
[Midland in 1884]
Photograph of a street scene in 1884 Midland, Texas. There are men on horse-drawn wagons in the photograph as well as multiple store fronts on the right.
[Portrait of C.O. Edwards]
Photograph of C.O. Edwards. Edwards is wearing a suit and tie.
[Billiard Hall & Judge Roy Bean]
Photograph of Judge Roy Bean in front of the Jersey Lilly and Billiard Hall. The text, "Judge Roy Bean Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, Law west of the Pecos", is posted on the building.
[First Methodist Church]
Photograph of the First Methodist Church in Marlin, Texas. There are two dirt roads in front of the church. The photograph was taken in the early 1900s.
[Residence of Dr. J.W. Torbett]
Photograph of the residence of Dr. J.W. Torbett. There is a vehicle parked on the side of the home. There are young trees planted in front of the home. The Torbett Sanatorium in Marlin was named after the Torbett family.
[First State Bank]
Photograph of the First State Bank. There is a group of men standing in front of the bank.
[Portrait of Professor William Hudson]
Photograph of Professor William Hudson.
[Group of men drinking outdoors]
Photograph of a group of men drinking beer at a table.
[Portrait of Mrs. Dalton]
Photograph of Mrs. R.S. Dalton. Mrs. Dalton is wearing a pearl necklace.
Cowboys at the Bar S Ranch
Photograph of cowboys dancing to a fiddle at the Bar S Ranch which was located in Reagan and Irion Counties out in west Texas. A wagon and building stand in the background.
[Grunewald Pavilion on Samuels Avenue]
Photograph of the Grunewalk Pavilion on Samuels Avenue. There is a man and child riding inside of a vehicle in front of the pavilion.
Buildings at Bar CC Ranch in 1866
Photograph of the old Bar CC Ranch in 1886. The men on horseback are (L-R) Ed Brainerd and Mac Gates. One of the men on the porch is Dave Lard.
Section Foremen of the T&P Railway
Photograph from 1890 of the section foremen on the Texas and Pacific Railway that ran between Sherman and Fort Worth. Standing L-R: William Ballew who had the Pilot Point section, T. Flynn who had the Collinsville north section, Joe Boston who had the Denton section. Seated L-R: B. Price who had the Tioga section, J. Wiggs who had the Collinsville south section, and John McLamore who had the Aubrey section.
"Texas and Pacific Railway" Trolly
Trolley made to look like a Texas and Pacific Railway train.
[Portrait of W.S. Holman]
Photograph of Professor W.S. Holman in uniform. Holman is sitting near a tent while holding a pair of binoculars.
[Group of Men]
Photograph of a group of 34 men. Most of them have mustaches and some have beards.
[Man awaiting execution]
Photograph of Jim Toots awaiting execution. Joe McMillan and Daggett Phillips are shown with Toots.
Cowboys Chapping another Cowboy on the Bar S Ranch
Photograph of eleven cowboys on the Bar S Ranch located in the west Texas counties of Reagan and Irion. The men appear to be horsing around after work, giving one man a "chapping." The cowboy on his stomach is restrained while the man on the far right prepares to strike him with the leather chaps laying over his shoulder.
[Water plant in Grapevine]
Photograph of the Grapevine Municipal Water Plant in 1909. The building has two of the three windows facing the street open. There is a water tower behind the building.
[The Dormocrat, Vol. 3, No. 13, April 22, 1942]
Weekly newspaper issued by the men of Davis Hall at the North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington, Texas. It includes articles written by residents, announcements, gossip, and birthdays.
[Pilot Point Town Square]
Photograph of 1876 Pilot Point Town Square filled with traffic. There are saloons and stores in the background.
[Military Portrait]
Photograph of military personnel. The portrait is of a single man dressed in military uniform. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "For Jessie."
Ten Cowboys on Ranch Near Clarendon, Texas
Photograph of nine cowboys on horseback and one on a wagon at a ranch near Clarendon, Texas. Buildings and a windmill are in the background.
Coal Car in Strawn, Texas
Steam engine and coal cars in Strawn, Texas. Engineers stand in front of the trains.
[Portrait of Ben Prewitt]
Photograph of Ben Prewitt. Prewitt is wearing a coat, vest and striped tie.
[Portrait of Mr. Rhodes]
Photograph of Mr. Rhodes in uniform.
Cowboys Having Dinner in Coke County, Texas
Photograph of cowboys having dinner on a ranch in Coke County. The lid for a skillet in the foreground was used for baking bread. On the lid of the chuck box, lowered to serve as a cook table, can be seen an old time coffee grinder and leg of roasted beef. An oil lantern hangs on the bow above the chuck box and the harness is hanging over the front wheel. The men are, L-R: Henry Russell, unknown, Jack Montath, Ned Richards, Jake Stubblefield, and John Dodd.
[Mexican War Veterans of 1846]
Photograph of the Mexican War Veterans of 1846. The group of men are standing on steps. The men on the front row are seated.