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[Members of the Talons, 1973]

Description: Photograph of members of North Texas State University's men's spirit group, the Talons, taken in front of the President's House with Boomer the Canon in 1973. From left: Barry Wortham, Stan Rhoads, John Walker, Steve Montgomery, Bill Pearson, Bruce Thompson, Don Hughes, Tom Mars, Ben Pearson, Wes Spiegel, Ted Chase, Robert Wells, Fred Arroyo, Phil Cockrell and Bruce Pfieffer.
Date: 1973
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Members of the Talons, 1973]

Description: Photograph of members of North Texas State University's men's spirit group, the Talons, taken in front of the President's House with Boomer the Canon in 1973. From left: Barry Wortham, Stan Rhoads, John Walker, Steve Montgomery, Bill Pearson, Bruce Thompson, Don Hughes, Tom Mars, Ben Pearson, Wes Spiegel, Ted Chase, Robert Wells, Fred Arroyo, Phil Cockrell and Bruce Pfieffer.
Date: 1973
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Members of the Talons, 1973]

Description: Photograph of members of North Texas State University's men's spirit group, the Talons, taken in front of the President's House in 1973. Tentatively identified are: From left: Stan Rhoads, Barry Wortham, Bill Pearson, unknown, Bruce Thompson, Tom Mars, Phil Cockrell, unknown, Steve Montgomery, Don Hughes, Fred Arroyo, John Walker, Robert Wells, Bruce Pfieffer, Ben Pearson, Ted Chase, and Wes Spiegel.
Date: 1973
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Members of the Talons, 1973]

Description: Photograph of members of North Texas State University's men's spirit group, the Talons, taken in front of the President's House in 1973. Tentatively identified are: From left: Stan Rhoads, Barry Wortham, Bill Pearson, unknown, Bruce Thompson, Tom Mars, Phil Cockrell, unknown, Steve Montgomery, Don Hughes, Fred Arroyo, John Walker, Robert Wells, Bruce Pfieffer, Ben Pearson, Ted Chase, and Wes Spiegel.
Date: 1973
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Fire at the Sangcura-Sprudel Well Building]

Description: The Sangcura-Sprudel Well, located at 800 NW 2nd Avenue, was built around 1900. The building was later moved to 314 NW 5th Street, and the porches were enclosed. It was then re-modeled into a rooming house. The building burned down on December 5, 1973, five minutes before the annual Christmas Parade in Mineral Wells.
Date: December 5, 1973
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[The Crazy Well]

Description: This picture was taken in 1974, looking south on NW 1st Avenue from NW 4th Street, showing the metal cover, in the sidewalk corner, of the Crazy Well. It is full of Crazy water, ready to be pumped out and used. The building on the left is the west side of the present [2008] Crazy Water Retirement Hotel. This information was taken from Art Weaver's book "TIME WAS in Mineral Wells...", page 29. This well was the third one dug in Mineral Wells.
Date: 1974
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[The Construction Site of the Mineral Wells Savings and Loan, 3 of 3: The East Side of the Construction]

Description: This series of photographs of the construction of Mineral Wells Savings and Loan was taken in 1975. Demolition of the Howard Building began March 17, 1975, to make room for the Savings and Loan. D.M. Howard was the first of five brothers to arrive from North Carolina. He later sent for his other brothers to establish the Howard Brothers Department Stores complex in the early 1900's. The Baker Hotel, directly across E. Hubbard north of the Savings and Loan, is seen to the left of the picture. Across SE 1st Street, to the south, were the Piggly Wiggly Grocery store (at the site of Mineral Wells' first Post Office) and the S & H Green Stamp store. The First State Bank now [2012] occupies this entire city block.
Date: 1975
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[The Construction Site of the Mineral Wells Savings and Loan, 2 of 3: A Piggy Wiggly Is in the Background]

Description: The construction of the Mineral Wells Savings and Loan, at 101 SE 1st Avenue in 1975, was documented in this series of photographs. The Howard Building, the first of the complex of Howard Brothers Department Stores, had been built on this location in the early 1900's. Demolition of the Howard Building began March 17, 1975, to make room for the Savings and Loan. The Piggly Wiggly Grocery Store (at the site of Mineral Wells' first Post Office) and the Green Stamp Store are visible across SE 1st Avenue, south of the Savings and Loan. The new First State State currently covers the entire city block at this location.
Date: 1975
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library