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Joe Woods

Description: Joe Woods, who spent all 93 of his years in Mosier Valley by sharing his memories of the community with several friends and relatives. The son of freed slaves, Mr. Woods was Mosier Valley's oldest resident. He is seen in the photo as a young man in the early 1900s
Date: unknown
Partner: Tarrant County College NE, Heritage Room

Mary Woods

Description: Portrait of Mary Woods, mother of Joe Woods, of Mosier Valley. Mary was born in slavery. Joe's father, Joe Woods, was a Mosier Plantation slave. Mary was a Wallace farm slave, hence Mary Wallace was her name.
Date: unknown
Partner: Tarrant County College NE, Heritage Room

[Wooded path]

Description: Photograph of a trail or path through the woods. The side of the trail is lined with logs to one side. The envelope containing the negative is inscribed with the word "mood".
Date: 195u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A path in the woods]

Description: A path in the woods where anyone can dream of what they want to be or what they have already done. Beautiful country that Joe Clark, HBSS, remembers from his childhood.
Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Joe Woods and His Wife, Callie

Description: Joe Woods and his wife, Callie. He lived in Mosier Valley all his life. He was the son of Joe and Mary Woods. He had married Sally Parker, daughter of John and Betty Parker, at age 27. (more history on the back of photo. Also, information about the history of Mosier Valley community is on the back of the photo).
Date: unknown
Partner: Tarrant County College NE, Heritage Room

[Portrait of Alta Woods Carr]

Description: Portrait of Alta Woods Carr, visible from the chest up, wearing a dark-colored dress with detailing along the bodice and collar. Handwritten notes on the front of the photograph read, "Lest ye forget, Alta '22" and "Alta Woods (Mrs. Marvin Carr)."
Date: 1922
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

TSCW Chapel.

Description: Photograph of the construction of the Little Chapel in the Woods, on the Texas State Women's College campus in Denton, Texas.
Date: 1939~
Creator: United States. National Youth Administration.
Location Info:
Partner: Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas at Austin