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George Crosson

Description: Photograph of George Crosson. He has a white beard and mustache and wears a suit. This This photo was included in a research paper by Jon Polson for an American History class at Marfa High School in 1978.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Portrait of Will George

Description: Copy negative of the portrait of Will George. He is wearing a button up suit and looks to be a young man in his teens. On the bottom of the portrait "Miller Bros.," is printed on it.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Photograph of George W. Baines House]

Description: Photograph of a one-story, cream-colored house with wood siding and a small, covered front porch supported by small, square columns. A white picket fence surrounds the grassy front lawn. A stone chimney is visible on the left side of the house, through a group of trees and bushes. A small, separate garage is visible to the right of the house, at then end of a driveway. On the back are handwritten notes indicating the house belonged to Reverend George W. Baines.
Date: 1995
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Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Lizzy, one of Ezekial George's wives]

Description: Photograph (copy) of one of Ezekial George's wives - Lizzy. Mrs. George, who has her dark hair in a braid at the crown of her head, is wearing a dark dress with a velvet collar (brooch at center) with lace inset. She has a flower corsage on her left and has a necklace around her neck. The original was in an oval. The scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A.P. George standing in a field]

Description: Negative 35mm film of A.P. George standing in a field with a small barbed wire fence in the distance and water beyond that. He is wearing slacks, a vest and a tie with a long-sleeved shirt and a brimmed hat. Both of his hands are in his pockets. Original photograph was enclosed in George family scrapbook.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

The George Home

Description: Photograph of the George home located on 801 North Adams. The house has raised cottage architecture. In 1890, Will J. and Julia George built their home with lumber from her father, Major J.H. Wood’s house. Cattle baron, J.H.Wood came from New York to join the War for Independence in 1836.
Date: unknown
Partner: Bee County Historical Commission

[Junebug Clark with George Romney]

Description: Photograph of Junebug Clark standing with a seated George Romney. In the image, Romney is looking at Clark with his arm around him while Clark looks into the camera. Romney was the President of American Motors Corporation at the time and had invited the Clark family over to his house for an informal get-together. Narrative by Junebug Clark: I met George Romney a few years earlier when he was Chairman of American Motor Company. We shot an advertising brochure called, "Wow. There's a Car that's Different" and after that shot some of his campaign photos when he ran for Governor of Michigan. Junebug Clark. with Michigan Gov. George Romney. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 7859
Date: December 1959
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Celebration Dinner for Supporters of a New Library]

Description: Supporters who worked to realize a dream for a new Marshall Public Library were honored at a celebration dinner on October 19, 1973, two days before the official opening of the building. George Olincy, chairman of the Andrew Norman Foundation, speaks to the group at the Holiday Inn Motel. The Foundation gave a challenge grant to the Friends of a Public Library. Originally the offer was for $125, 000, but it grew to $175,000. To the right in the picture is Fenn Lewis, who chaired the successful fund drive for the Friends. Others are unidentified.
Date: 1983
Partner: Marshall Public Library