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[Two Old-Time Stores]

Description: This picture appears to show two stores that stand cheek-by-jowl. A saddlery on the far left shares space with a furniture storethat also sold cofins. The sign over the stores combines their functions in a way that would--under other circumstances--seem comical. The building itself was located at the corner of SE 1st, and South Oak Streets. A note on the photograph states that it was south of the MARTIN BUILDING. It was once the McBrayer-Armstrong Grocery, then later the Nash Hardware store.… more
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[Photograph of Two Fredericksburg Businesses]

Description: Negative of two businesses in Fredericksburg, Texas. The small store on the left has a sign that says "Printing Press Instant Printing," and the larger business on the right has a sign that says "Schwettmann's Taxidermy." Both are in a brick building with windows in front. The taxidermy business has deer antlers mounted along the front of the awning, over the sidewalk. There is a sign on a pole in front that says "Taxidermy Native and Exotic Game Hunting Information" and "Visitors Welcome." The… more
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Overview of the floor of the Oil States Rubber Co. warehouse]

Description: Photograph of a birds eye view of a warehouse containing machinery components for offshore oil production at Oil States Rubber Co. now known as Oil States Industries. The photo shows the floor of the warehouse littered with large metal cylinders, canisters, ladders, fork lifts and various workers in yellow hardhats.
Date: 198X
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[LeTourneau Machinery]

Description: Photograph of two LeTourneau Industries employees repairing the wheels of one of the heavy machine earth movers designed and built by Robert G. LeTourneau of Longview, Texas. The immense tires were able to move over large boulders without straining the engine or damaging the equipment.
Date: 1948
Partner: Longview Public Library
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