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[Aerial Photograph Showing Troops at Camp Hulen]

Description: Aerial photograph showing national guardsmen lined up in formation, awaiting official review. The photograph also shows the buildings at the camp and the town of Palacios in the background.
Date: August 9, 1939
Partner: Palacios Area Historical Association

[Train Engine #327 and Car - Talco, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a train engine and attached car on railroad tracks, viewed from the side. The number "327" is visible on two sections. Trees line the track in the background. Handwritten text below the image says, "Talco, Texas Aug 12th 1939 - Paris & Mt Pleasant #327 (ex T&P #327)."
Date: August 12, 1939
Creator: Winters, Charles E.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[CCC Tents Under Trees]

Description: Photograph of a campsite for the Civilian Conservation Corps, with two rows of tents with cots under shade of trees.
Date: August 14, 1939
Creator: Bureau of Identification Photographic Laboratory
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Rosewood park bandstand]

Description: Photograph of the empty Rosewood Park bandstand. The bandstand is surrounded by electric light posts, and a large tree offers shade to the left.
Date: August 23, 1939
Creator: Bureau of Identification Photographic Lab., Austin
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Sharpe and Brown Family Having a Picnic]

Description: Photograph of six members of the Brown and Sharpe family sitting at a picnic table in an outdoor area surrounded by trees. The women sitting in the front seat are identified as Cousin Maud and Mother Brown. The man sitting on the other side of the table is John Sharpe. Annie Sharpe is wearing a broad hat and a white apron. A smiling man and a woman in a dark dress to the left remain unidentified. A white tablecloth, large jar, and a basket are lying on the table.
Date: August 1939
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[The Kilgore Home]

Description: Photograph of the Kilgore home, a two-story house with a large, enclosed front porch. A long line of manicured bushes borders the property. According to accompanying information, the house is on Kansas and 4th Street in League City. It was the house where Theodore Kilgore and his wife Zonnie died, in 1955 and 1959, respectively. The house was then sold in 1959.
Date: August 1939
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

[Man in a Watermelon Patch]

Description: Photograph of Theodore Kilgore standing in a watermelon patch on land belonging to Frank Outlaw. According to accompanying information, Theodore hired a man named Pat Felts to plant 10 acres of watermelons on Frank Outlaw's property. The land is now the location of the Countryside South neighborhood.
Date: August 1939
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

[Man Fishing at Clear Creek]

Description: Photograph of Chester Knight, father of Zonnie Knight Kilgore, fishing in a row boat on the banks of Clear Creek in League City. The bridge in the background is Clear Creek Bridge; it was once the connection between Galveston County to Harris County. It was demolished upon construction of Highway 3.
Date: August 1939
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library