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Lipscomb County Cemeteries

Description: This book has information on each of the nine Lipscomb County cemeteries: Heart Cemetery, Kiowa Cemetery, View Point Cemetery, Darrouzett Cemetery, Fairview Cemetery, Fairmont Cemetery, Lipscomb Cemetery, St. John's Cemetery, and Higgins Cemetery; each section includes information about the origins of the cemetery with deeds and certificates, an index of the persons buried in the cemetery, a list of the information on each of the headstones in the cemetery, and a list of the veterans buried in the cemetery. Some sections include other text or photos of interest regarding particular cemeteries.
Date: April 2006
Creator: Kraft, LaVaun

Children with Doll and Dog

Description: Photograph of two children, one boy and one girl. The boy is on the right side of the frame with his hands on a dark dog that is facing him. The girl stands on his right wearing a white dress with white tights and a white bow in her hair. Her hand is on a stroller that contains a doll and blanket. Both stand next to the wall of a building.
Date: unknown

Damaged Home After Tornado

Description: Photograph of the front of a badly-damaged house after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas tornado. The wall of the structure is gone, revealing wooden beams and there is a large pile of debris. In front of the house, there is a tree and a white wooden fence enclosing the yard, with a curb and a sidewalk near the bottom of the image, in the foreground.
Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McMurry, J. W.

Damaged House After Tornado

Description: Photograph of a damaged two-story home after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas tornado. The visible side of the house is bent up at the bottom and the back of the house appears to be heavily damaged. A row of other houses are partially visible in the background and there is a row of trees in front of the homes.
Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McCurry, J. W.

Damaged Houses After Tornado

Description: Photograph of damaged houses after the Higgins/Glazier, Texas tornado. On the far right side of the image, the roof of a badly damaged building is in the midst of some debris; in the center of the image, another house has no roof and the walls are sagging. Other homes are partially visible in the row behind them. In the foreground, there is a sidewalk and a fence enclosing the near yard.
Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McCurry, J. W.

Damaged House After Tornado

Description: Photograph of two houses damaged by the Higgins/Glazier, Texas tornado. The white house in the center of the frame is missing half of its roof and a second building is partially visible on the right side of the image. The ground is covered with debris including wooden beams and planks, tree limbs, pieces of metal and stripped trees.
Date: April 9, 1947
Creator: McCurry, J. W.

[It's All in the Deal Artwork]

Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "It's All in the Deal," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a large cabinet with dark paneling and deorative woodwork in a pattern at the top. Six historic photographs of buildings and street scenes are displayed in the center part of the cabinet.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Art from the Ruins Exhibit]

Description: Photograph of the nine pieces from the "Art from the Ruins" exhibit standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. Each of the pieces includes various photographs and historic images displayed in cases built from reclaimed materials.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Up from the Ruins Artwork]

Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "Up from the Ruins," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a tall wooden cabinet with a point at the top; it has light-colored wood around the outside with lighter wood inset to create the cabinet portion. There are five linoleum and wallpaper designs reclaimed from a farmhouse displayed in the cabinet windows.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[The Cattleman Artwork]

Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "The Cattleman," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a square, wooden cabinet on four legs; the main part of the cabinet has two doors. Each side displays a legal document in a small window and larger images above; on the left, there is a cover of a magazine titled The Cattleman and on the right, part of a blueprint.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Under a Wide Sky Artwork]

Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "Under a Wide Sky," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a large piece of a cottonwood tree with a decorative wooden cabinet containing materials reclaimed from a farmhouse.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Front Porch Conversations Artwork]

Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "Front Porch Conversations," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a made of reclaimed wood and has two hinged cabinets, a tall one above a metal piece on the right and a smaller cabinet braced by a turned-wood post. A series of red tobacco cans are lined up above the cabinet on the right.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Cowpuncher or Cook Artwork]

Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "Cowpuncher or Cook," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a tall cabinet made of reclaimed wood, displaying three historic magazine covers from McCalls and True Story.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Poster: Art from the Ruins]

Description: Poster advertising the "Art from the Ruins" exhibit at the Wolf Creek Heritage Museum. It includes photographs of two of the art works on either side of a photograph of the front of a farmhouse.
Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum