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[Historical Marker: Palestine High School]

Description: Photograph of the Texas Historical Commission marker for Palestine High School in Palestine, Texas. Text: A public school system in Palestine was established in 1881 under control of the municipal government, the first classes were held at the old Palestine Female Institute (built in 1858), then a high school was built in 1888 at the institute site on Avenue A. In 1915 voters passed a $100,000 bond issue for a new high school. The city council chose this site in newly created, 22-acre Reagan… more
Date: 1991~
Creator: McReynolds, Oliver
Partner: Palestine Public Library

[Group Gathered Around Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing east of a group of people posed around the historic marker for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. The marker is posted on a tall stone wall. The group are labeled on the back, "Left to right: Mayor Dale Hester, Postmaster Martin Parker, Mrs. John W. Ledbetter Sr., Pastor Oliver Berglund, Gina Antill, Supt. Noel Grisham, Mrs. John Cornforth, Johnette Ledbetter, Bernice Antill, Mrs. D. B. Gregg, The Rev. Bob Watson".
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Dedication at the Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing northeast of individuals gathered at a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. Several individuals and a car can be seen gather in the left background. In the right foreground Zelma Presler Gregg (Mrs. D.B. Gregg) can be seen standing with two young girls, Gina Antill in the white hat,and Bernice Antill in the spotted cap.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Group Standing at Round Rock Marker Ceremony]

Description: Photograph taken facing west of several individuals gathered for a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek.. A woman in sunglasses an cape styled coat can be seen in the left foreground, while a woman in a blue coat and white hat can be seen to the right. A railroad bridge can be seen in the background and a creek can be seen to the left, beyond the group.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Photo Taken During Dedication of the Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing east of several individuals standing during a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. A highway bridge can be seen in the back ground, and a creek can be seen against a tree line to the far right. A woman stands near the center of the group, seen wearing a bright red coat, and another woman in a black coat can be seen from behind, walking to the right.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Three Women at Round Rock Marker Ceremony]

Description: Photograph taken facing east of three women at a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. They can be seen posing with the marker, which is posted on a large stone wall, and are identified on the back of the photo as Mrs. John W. Ledbetter Sr., Mrs. D. B. Gregg, and Mrs. John Cornforth (left to right). In the right background, the "Round Rock" can be seen.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Dedication of the Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing west of a group of individuals gathered around for a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. A boy in striped pants can be seen in the front of the group, standing with his hands in his pockets. A railroad bridge can be seen in the background, and the creek can be seen to left.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Group of Five Men with Round Rock Historic Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing east of five men gathered around for a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. They are seen standing with the historic marker, and are identified on the back as, "Left to right: Mayor Dale Hester, Postmaster Martin Parker, Supt. Noel Grisham, The Rev. Bob Watson, The Rev. Oliver Berglund".
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library
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