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[Texas & Pacific Railway Company Traffic Department]

Description: Photograph of men and women of the Texas & Pacific Railway Company Traffic Department in Dallas, Texas. The group variously stands, sits, and kneels. They're dressed professionally in suits and blouses. A man in the front row holds a white piece of paper. Lighting fixtures and fans line the ceilings. Text on the bottom of the image says, "T&P Ry. Co. Traffic Dept. Dallas, Tex. Dec. 1950." A paper attached to the back of the image lists the typed names of the people in the photograph.
Date: December 1950
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Portrait of Chris Hobson]

Description: Photograph of a portrait of Chris Hobson. Mr. Hobson is wearing a suit and bow tie, as well as a ring on each of his ring fingers. Written below the image are "Mr. Chris Hobson - Editor of T&P Topics magazine" and "- Photo from Mrs Chris Hobson."
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Collision Wreckage]

Description: Photograph of T&P trains #270 and #314 in a collision in Jefferson, Texas. Written below the image are "#270 & #314 T&P Cannon Balls #5 & #6 Jefferson, Texas - Jun 4th 1903" and "Avery Von Blon."
Date: June 4, 1903
Creator: Von Blon, Avery
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P General Office]

Description: Photograph of the general office of the T&P railway. There are various boards and rails in the foreground of the image, and in the background behind the house is a sign that says "Family Grocery Store." At the bottom of the image, there is text that says "[sic] General Office T.& P.Rwy Co."
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Shop]

Description: Copy photo of a train shop. The original photo is torn and creased. Written below the image are "Old Photo of Shops" and "Maurice O'Connor."
Date: unknown
Creator: O'Connor, Maurice
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Logo]

Description: Photograph of a T&P logo on a wall. Written underneath the image are "Fort Worth, Texas Dec 14th 1978" and "Don Watson."
Date: December 14, 1978
Creator: Watson, Don
Partner: The Grace Museum

[White Shack Near Tracks]

Description: Photograph of a white building next to train tracks in Delhi, Louisiana. There is a train car visible behind the building, and trees in the background. Written below the image are "Delhi, La. Jun. 27th 1969" and "South Florida Rail Sales."
Date: June 27, 1969
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Group Photo of the T&P Railway Company Traffic Department]

Description: Group photo of the Traffic Department of T&P Railway. There is a man kneeling in the front holding a sign with the T&P logo on it. Written on the bottom of the photo is "T&P Ry. Co. Traffic Dept. Dallas, Tex. Dec. 1950." Written below the photo is "[sic] RWCannaday 1-2-51." Printed on the back of the photo are the names of all the people in the picture.
Date: December 1950
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Portrait of Lois Kelly]

Description: Portrait of Lois Kelly, visible from the chest up, wearing a dark-colored dress with eyelet details along the neck and sleeves. Handwritten note on the photograph reads, "Sincerely, Lois." From the T.P. Higginbothams, Baby Grand Studio, Abilene, Texas.
Date: 1922
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

[Retirement of Dean of Nation's Conductors]

Description: Photograph of the retirement of I. S. Witherspoon. In the image he is writing in a notebook, and there is a clock on the wall behind him. Written below the image are "I. S. Witherspoon - Mr Seniority Retires - Dean of Nations Conductors - 87 year old I. S. Witherspoon ends 67 - year career with T&P - Apr 30th 1957" and "T&P Topics, May 1957, pg 10."
Date: May 1957
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Willard C. Schultz at His Desk]

Description: Photograph of Willard C. Schultz at his desk. He's looking at an object in his hands and there are paper and other objects all over his desk. Written below the image are "[sic] Dallas Texas Mar 2nd 1976 Willard C. Schultz - Public Relations T&P" and "D. Watson."
Date: March 2, 1976
Creator: Watson, D.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Willard C. Schultz at His Desk]

Description: Photograph of Willard C. Schultz at his desk. He's looking at an object in his hands and there are paper and other objects all over his desk. Written below the image are "[sic] Dallas, Texas Mar 2nd 1976 Willard C. Schultz - Public Relations T&P" and "D. Watson."
Date: March 2, 1976
Creator: Watson, D.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Willard Schultz Giving a Speech]

Description: Photograph of Willard Schultz giving a speech at a table covered with used dishes. There is a small podium infront of him with a long microphone over it, as well as a large bell next to the podium. Behind him is an american flag, a cross, another podium with an opne book on it, and an image of Jesus on the wall. Written below the image are "Willard Schultz - T&P" and "T&P."
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the Move 2]

Description: Photograph of a T&P train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the move. There is a second train moving in the opposite direction to the right of the image. Both trains have large plumes of smoke trailing behind them. Written below the photo are "Eagle Ford, Texas Aug. 16 1902 Eastbound 'T&P Cannonball' at 7:30 am note lack of ballast between ties in front of loco & shirtsleeves of employees in 1st and 2nd cars" and "Festus Von Blon Collection."
Date: August 16, 1902
Creator: Von Blon, Festus
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the Move]

Description: Photograph of a T&P train in Eagle Ford, Texas on the move. There is a second train moving in the opposite direction to the right of the image. Both trains have large plumes of smoke trailing behind them. Written below the photo are "Eagle Ford, Texas Aug. 16 1902 Eastbound 'T&P Cannonball' at 7:30 am note lack of ballast between ties in front of loco & shirtsleeves of employees in 1st and 2nd cars" and "Festus Von Blon Collection."
Date: August 16, 1902
Creator: Von Blon, Festus
Partner: The Grace Museum

[1902 Flood in Big Spring, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the 1902 flood in Big Spring, Texas. There are buildings visible in the distance and to the right, as well as a train engine and a few cars filled with debris in the middle-left of the image. A man can be seen to the right in front of a small gate. Text below the image says "Flood in Big Spring in 1902 - [sic] Early settlers and particularly immigrants from Pennsylvania who came to work in the T&P shops, often wrote back about the sandstorms on the frontier. But now and then they had occasion to write about floods, too, which inundated the T&P yards. This view is east from Gregg Street." and "T&P Topics, Jun 1957, pg 21 - J. H. Bradford Photo."
Date: June 1957
Creator: Bradford, J. H.
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Horse with Handler]

Description: Photograph of a clipping from T&P Topics of a Texas and Pacific horse with its handler. The horse is hooked into its reigns and a harness for pulling, as well as wearing blinders. The horse's handler is feeding it. Written below the photo are "T&P Nellie" and "T&P Topics, Jan 1952, pg 4."
Date: January 1952
Partner: The Grace Museum

[T&P Train #240]

Description: Clipping of T&P train #240 stationed in Merkel, Texas. Written to the left of the image is "On Film, Neg, TPQ July 1905 Vol VIII #3 page 36." Printed on the image is "Dorsey," and printed below the image is "The T. & P. "Cannon Ball" at Merkel." Written above the image is "#240."
Date: July 1905
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in Hallsville, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a barn in an open field, repurposed as a train station near Hallsville, Texas. The building is a wooden structure painted red with white trim with a tall, gabled roof. Handwritten text below the image says "T&P Hallsville, Station as seen Apr 28th 1982 incorpored [sic] into a barn on a nearby farm."
Date: April 28, 1982
Creator: Watson, Don
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Views of the Texas & Pacific General Office]

Description: Four photographs showing various views of the Texas & Pacific Railway buildings in Marshall, Texas. Two images at the top show a wide view of railroad tracks in front of three buildings: a tall, two-story building with wrap-around porches to the left; a smaller, one-story building in the center; and a long building with a covered loading bay where several train cars are parked. The lower images show a close-up view of the first two buildings (left) and of the third building (right). Text at the bottom of the mat says, "T&P General Office at Marshall, Texas 1873-1884 later used to house the early T&P hospital."
Date: [1873..1884]
Partner: The Grace Museum