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Description: Copy negative of Jim and Eva Jones standing in a yard on Pecan Street in Abilene with cars and trees behind them.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Etta Jones

Description: Portrait of Etta Jones wearing a cape with a fur collar and black hat. She appears to be in a snow storm. The writing on the back reads, "Miss Etta Jones to Hallie."
Date: unknown
Creator: Deane Photography
Partner: Denton Public Library

Don Jones

Description: Portrait of Don Jones. He was the Department Head of Health and Physical Education at Tarrant County Junior College Northeast Campus for many years.
Date: unknown
Partner: Tarrant County College NE, Heritage Room

Photograph of Captain A. C. Jones

Description: Photograph of a portrait of A. C. Jones. A veteran of the last battle of the Civil War, Captain Allen Carter Jones was born in Nacogdoches County in 1830 to early Texas settlers. He served as sheriff in Goliad County from 1858-1860. Jones joined the Confederacy Army as a private when the Civil War began. Within eighteen months, his leadership abilities resulted in his promotion to Captain. In 1874, the Captain settled in Beeville where he became a merchant, banker, land owner, philanthropist, and cattleman. Captain Jones contributed a large share of the funds necessary to bring the railroad to Bee County in 1886. He also served as Beeville’s first mayor, county treasurer, the general manager of the Beeville Oil Mill, and he was a promoter of public schools in the area. He is acknowledged by all as the “Father of Beeville”. Captain A.C. Jones died in 1904.
Date: unknown
Partner: Bee County Historical Commission

[M.M "Polly" Ryon]

Description: Negative 35mm film of bust image of M.M "Polly" Ryon. She is wearing a light colored dress with a high collar. Her hair is parted down the middle and pulled tightly back. Original photograph was enclosed in George family scrapbook.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum