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[Photograph of a Large Bed of Flowers in a Graveyard]

Description: Photograph of a large bed of flowers with an assortment of banners lying on top, each one has the name of a different country printed on it. There are numerous tombstones in the background as this bed is located in a large graveyard; these flowers and banners are in honor of those who died during World War II.
Date: [1944..1945]
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Receiving Water Rations]

Description: Photograph of men, woman, and children receiving two cartons of Drinking Water from the back of a truck. In the image, a line has formed for the cartons where two men inside the truck are handling the crates, a mother is consoling a crying baby in her arms, another mother, wearing bandages on her face, is fixing her son's pants. Two men and an injured woman are walking with their rations towards the camera. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Water Delivery to Florida Hurricane Disaster Victims (Re-creation) Highland Park, Michigan Photo: Joe Clark HBSS 1955 This photo is significant because in the early 50s milk was only being distributed in glass bottles. Pure-Pak was manufacturing “New" paper carton containers, but people were reluctant to buy milk in anything but a glass bottle. There are a series of photos in the Clark Family Photography Collection used in ads to promote the benefits of the paper carton over the glass bottle, but nothing really changed the people's opinion until… …a hurricane hit Florida and Excello, the parent company of Pure-Pak, sent truck loads of emergency drinking water in Pure-Pak paper cartons and people finally got it. Why send glass bottles to an area already covered in broken glass? These darn things work. Since there were no photos of the unanticipated and successful distribution of paper cartons of Drinking Water, this photo is a recreation of the event. My mother, Bernice (back row second from right) was tasked early one morning, to call neighbors and friends to come to the parking of our studio, “Immediately, dressed just as you are to our studio parking lot) Soon afterwards, the cardboard “Milk Carton” as opposed to the glass “Milk Bottle”, made it into everyday life and into your refrigerator today. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. https://digital.library.unt.edu/ar…/67531/metadc499295/…/1/… …
Date: 1955
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Firing Line]

Description: Photograph of 8 men with rifles, 7 aiming upwards while one inspects his weapon and another unarmed man surveys. The men all have black armbands with the letter "P" emblazoned in white.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Man and Woman Reading Newspaper]

Description: Photograph of a seated man and standing woman reading the Austin American. The headline reads, "Nazis Invade Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland; Help is Asked; Planes Heard Over Estuary, English Troops Move Into Iceland."
Date: May 1940
Creator: Douglass, Neal
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

World War II Memorial, Lampasas County

Description: World War II, December 7, 1941 to December 31, 1946. Aron Archer; Vernon A. Baker; Johnnie E. Bullion; Floyd W. Burns; Marshall R. Carpenter; Lloyd L. Cockrell; Clayton L. Cowan; Teddie O. Craft; Miguel Delgado; Jesus C. Garcia; Lee L. Hall; James E. Hartley; Clarence N. Jones; Charlie Leon Lagrone; John M. Long; Frank Longoria Jr.; Floyd C. Mariott; Ordray M. McAllister; Roy Lewis McMillan; Theodore W. Mayben; Raymond E. Miller; Green B. Chambers; Edwin N. Mitchell; Marion H. Murphy; D. W. Neal; V. H. O'Hair; Rafe A. Parker; Chester A. Patterson; Troy B. Renfro; Arthur M. Reynolds Jr.; Julian R. Rogers; Otis C. Smith; Maynard G. Snell; William D. Spurlin; Henry L. Stock; Prentice L. Tubbs; Richard Weldon Turnbo; Dewey L. Ban Liew; Leonard Williams; Winifred E. Williams; Joe E. Wolf; Paul A. Wright; Daniel A. Yancy; Johnie Lynn Phinney; William Thurman Willy.
Date: March 1, 2006
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Texas State Capitol Building During the Second World War]

Description: Photograph of the Texas State Capitol Building during the Second World War as seen from the intersection on Congress Avenue and 11th Street. Out front of the Capitol Building are collection bins for scrap metal, specifically aluminum, which feature the slogan "Aluminum for Defense, Let's Go Over the Top."
Date: July 31, 1941
Creator: Bureas of Identification Photographic Laboratory City of Austin, Texas
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library
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