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Barriers in Labor During the Depression

Description: Paper based on an interview with Johnnie Collie. The paper describes his family, his different jobs in a variety of places and his time in the U.S. Army. This paper was written for an American History class at Marfa High School in 1977 by Orlando Garcia.
Date: January 10, 1977
Creator: Garcia, Orlando
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Battery "E" Basketball Team

Description: Photograph of Battery "E" basketball team. Back row: Sergeant "Soapy"Savoy; Private Benson; Private "Lightfoot" Lawson; Private "Scalyback" Howard; Private "Fred Astaire" Darwin (guard); Private First Class "Jiggs" Terry; Private "Jacko" Kirk (forward); Private "Kid" Padgett (guard). They were the 1937-1938 regimental champs.
Date: 1938
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Portrait at Camp Bowie]

Description: Photograph of a group of men at Camp Bowie. The front row is sitting, the next row is kneeling, and the last row is standing. In front of the first row is an insignia on the ground.
Date: 1915~
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

A Camera Trip Through Camp Wolters

Description: Shown here is a booklet of 15 folios, 9 1/4" x 6 1/8", detailing life for the inmates of Camp Wolters. The booklet displays no copyright date, but the illustrations strongly suggest World War II. The booklet is in poor condition, and it is probably perishing from old age.
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

Soldier and His Mule

Description: Photograph of an American World War I-era soldier standing in the street with a pack mule. There is a street car in the background along with a drug store and other men in the street.
Date: [1915..1920]
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Photograph of U.S. Army Border Peacekeepers]

Description: Photograph of the U.S. Army border peacekeepers with tents behind them. There is text included with the photograph that reads "U.S. Army troops, first feared to be a treat to law and order by turn-of-the-century Valleyites, were soon accepted as legitimate peacekeepers by the establishment. The troops became a vital part of the Valley's social and economic life.
Date: unknown
Partner: The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley
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