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Description: Photograph of the front of the I. D. Flores Drug Store. A wagon drawn by a single horse is in front of the store. Sitting on the seat of the wagon is Benjamin A. Quintanilla; holding the horse is Eligio P. Castro; and standing by the hitching post is I. D. Flores.
Description: Photograph of a large group of young boys and girls in a pretend wedding procession in front of Westmeier's house somewhere in Texas. The "groom" is identified as A. W. Echal, Jr., and the "acting preacher", to the left, is Milton Fahrenthold.
Description: Photograph of several early citizens of Stockdale, Texas. The seated row included Robert Bishof, H. E. Edmiston, J.G. McCoy and Cornelison. Standing in the second row is Henry Smith, W.S. Palm, Jim Sutton, Jim J. Gresson, and Wiley R. Park. This photo was taken in the early 1900's.
Description: Photograph of a group of courthouse officials and a small child on the steps of a brick building. Two of the men in the front row are John Erskine Wiseman and Judge E. D. Mayes, and the three men in the back row are Mr. Trice, L. B. Moseley, and Otho Irvin. The rest are, in no order, John McDaniel, Clem McDaniel, Frank Henson, Albert McDaniel, and Nomenico de la Zerda.
Description: Photo taken from the bell tower of the Wilson County Courthouse looking down onto the front yard. Photograph is of what is now the corners of Third and "C" street. Businesses beyond the beautiful courtyard include Rhode One Price Cash Store, John Driffith Co., and The Palace.
Description: Photograph of the inside of Cox Confectionary soda counter. There are two men behind the soda counter with ties on. One customer appears to be holding or standing close behind a Coca-Cola cut out at the end of the candy counter. There is a fourth gentleman seated on a bar stool in checkered pants, linen shirt and cowboy hat with a soda glass in hand.