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[Burnette's No. 1]

Description: Photograph of a man standing in front of Magnolia Gasoline sign. Burnette's Service Station was located at 1700 San Jacinto (now a State of Texas parking garage) and owned by L Berry Burnette.
Date: unknown
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Cactus Filling Station

Description: Photographic postcard of filling station. Photographic postcard of Cactus Filling Station with two men (D.H. McVay and S.A. Small) and two cars, in Van Horn,TX. Text on postcard reads,"Elevation 4036 ft., Van Horn - Texas, Ladies Rest Room, Pure Water, Road Information, Free Ice Water, The Cactus Twins"
Date: 1928~
Partner: Clark Hotel Museum

[Buard's Phillips 66 Service Station in Marshall]

Description: Buard's Phillips 66 Service Station in Marshall was located at 1301 University where it intersects with Sanford Street. Therefore it was located within the historic "New Town Neighborhood," which is an African-American community of homes, businesses, professional offices, schools, and churches grouped around the Wiley College campus. The owner of the station, Polete Buard, was a self-made businessman. He was born and educated in Marshall. In 1929 he married Rebecca Drayden, whose biography is in the Texas History Portal. Buard first worked for the Texas and Pacific Railroad in the freight office. After retiring in 1970, he began operation of this service station, which he had purchased earlier. He was also active in his church and the Masonic Lodge.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[Service Station in Marshall]

Description: A service station on Carter St. is a long-time business in Marshall. A small brick and siding building with a covered drive-through, it has two gas pumps in front. There are several vehicles parked around it. Carter Street is in the "New Town Neighborhood" of Marshall, which was established by 1930. It consists of residences, businesses, professional offices, schools, and churches that developed around Wiley College. New Town has become an area of historical interest about African-American history in Marshall.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[Sinclair Service Station]

Description: Photograph of H & L Sinclair Service Station at 5517 Cameron Rd. Demolished. Photo shows two station attendants pumping gas and checking the engine of a customer's automobile.
Date: November 26, 1955
Creator: Douglass, Neal
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library