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Paul Tracy

Description: Photograph of Paul Tracy. Tracy was a sports reporter for The American Statesman. He and his wife Camille lived at 902 Daniel Drive.
Date: September 2, 1949
Creator: Douglass, Neal
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Three People Seated Together]

Description: Photograph of three young people (two women and one man) seated together by a wall. A newspaper page is posted on the wall behind the subjects with a title that reads, "The Hemphill County News."
Date: unknown
Creator: Minton, Ray
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Seated Woman with Drink]

Description: Photograph of a woman with long, curly, dark hair seated in front of a newspaper posted on a wall. She is holding a glass bottle in her right hand and leaning her head on her left pointer finger.
Date: unknown
Creator: Minton, Ray
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Man Asleep]

Description: Photograph of a man wearing glasses and a white shirt asleep against a poster on the wall. The poster reads, "The Hemphill County News."
Date: unknown
Creator: Minton, Ray
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Three Seated Young People]

Description: Photograph of three young people (two women and one woman) seated on each other's laps in front of a wall. A calendar on the wall reads, "The Hemphill County News" with the month of May below it.
Date: unknown
Creator: Minton, Ray
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Dog gets custom boot for disabled foot made by Bill Myres]

Description: Newspaper clipping that talks about the stray Springer Spaniel that came to the shelter with a maimed paw. Due to this handicap, the dog apparently was self-conscious and refused to walk on the paw. To help him out, Bill Myres from the S.D. Myres Saddle Company outfitted the dog with a specialty boot that allows him to use all four paws. It took six sessions with the S.D. Myres Saddle Company to get the perfect fit for the boot - made out of genuine cowhide.
Date: unknown
Creator: Myres, Bill
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Newspaper article featuring Sam Myres and three saddles made by him]

Description: Newspaper clipping featuring Sam Myres and three of his saddles made by the S. D. Myres Saddle Company. His article is featured in the El Paso Herald-Post and contains a picture of Myres standing behind the three saddles. The saddles were made to be givent o the boy and girl grand champions and the girl reserve champion of the Southwestern Championship Kids Rodeo.
Date: August 14, 1950
Creator: El Paso Herald-Post
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Charles Lanier and Dace Myres at the Sun Carnival Parade]

Description: Newspaper clipping depicting Charles Lanier and Dace Myres riding at the Sun Carnival Parade. The first picture is of Charles Lanier on top of a mule that was imported from Spain. He is wearing a brown suit with a tie and brown cowboy hat. Below that is Dace Myres in a tan suit and tan hat on top of a mule.
Date: unknown
Creator: Lanier, Charles
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Article about Sam Myres move to the West to chase business opportunities]

Description: Newspaper clipping that features an article about Sam Myres decision to move his business out of Sweetwater, Texas to El Paso, Texas. This decision was made due to the lessoning of ranchers that could be found in that area of Texas with more innovation coming about to make moving to other places easier and more opportunistic. The article goes on to talk about Myres son, Bill, who took on the business once his father had passed.
Date: August 26, 1986
Creator: Francis, Otis
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum