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[Postcard of Laurene Adele McConnell #1]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of Laurene Adele "Dell" McConnell wearing a ballerina outfit. She is posing with her left toe pointed, standing next to a large bouquet of flowers and holding her dress out with her right hand.
Date: unknown
Creator: Stauts
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard to Ms. Charlotte Dunbar, December 1, 1917]

Description: Postcard of Camp MacArthur in Waco, Texas with a handwritten message on the back explaining more about the photograph.
Date: December 1, 1917
Creator: Dunbar, Charlotte
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard Series, Part 1: Sensation]

Description: Postcard one of a set of six entitled "Sensation" with a photograph of a man reaching for a woman's umbrella. The note on the back of the card reads: "Dear Harry. Before your fran had been here twenty four hours she started killing flies and broke my cream pitcher..."
Date: July 11, 1910
Creator: Collins, Rose
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Illustrated Song Postcard, "One Sight of You": Part 1]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins in Central City, Nebraska with a picture of a man and a woman standing next to a tree truck with a full moon shining in the sky; the text printed at the bottom of the card reads: "I'm starving for one sight of you, Just for a glimpse of eyes so true." There is a note on the back of the card that reads: "Watch this verse for it sure is me."
Date: 1908?
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Semi-Photo Song Postcard, "Dreaming": Part 1]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins in Central City, Nebraska with a photograph of a man holding a woman close while they both hold onto the handle of an umbrella; there are music notes and lyrics printed at the bottom that read: "Dreaming of you always little girl my darling." There is a note on the reverse side of the card written in red ink that says: "Well I want a little loving now and then if that loving one is you!"
Date: October 19, 1908
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Semi-Photo Song Postcard, "Dreaming": Part 1]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins in Central City, Nebraska with a photograph of a man and a woman walking alongside a small pond while holding each other's hands; there are music notes and lyrics printed below that read: "Dreaming, dreaming, while the stars are gleaming." There is also a note written in red ink on the reverse side of the card that reads: "Meeting at Fish Pond, notice our new...Watch this series for it speaks what is in my head."
Date: 1908-10-16?
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Illustrated Song Postcard, "Go on Smiling": Part 1]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins in Central City, Nebraska with a tinted photograph of a man and a woman sitting in a yard of flowers and trees. The photograph has a caption on the bottom that reads: "Go on smiling darling, laughing don't be weeping the time will come for me and you." There is also a note written on the back in red ink.
Date: October 21, 1908
Creator: Scott & Van Altena
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Illustrated Song Postcard, "You're the Brightest Star of all My Dreams": Part 1]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins in Central City, Nebraska with a tinted photograph of a woman standing behind sunflower plants and is wearing one in her hair; the lyrics underneath the picture read: "You're the brightest star of all my dreams." There is a short poem written on the reverse side of the card in red ink and it reads: "Tell me you love me and say you'll be true I love nobody in this world but you, your heart and my heart in love...I know I have your love and you have mine."
Date: 1908-10?
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Illustrated Song Postcard, "Same Old Story": Part 1]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins in Central City, Nebraska with a tinted photograph of a couple floating in a row boat down a small river. There are lyrics printed at the bottom of the card that read: "A man, a maid, a moon, a boat, Down the river gently float." There is also a note written on the back of the card in black ink and it says: "Here's "baby" and the "Fish Pond"."
Date: October 17, 1908
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Postcard for Bastrop, Texas]

Description: Postcard showing nine scenes of Bastrop, Texas. Photographs include (from left to right): (1) Piney Creek, (2) Main Street, (3) Diagonal Street, (4) Bastrop from bird's-eye view, (5) the court house and jail, (6) bridge across the Colorado River, (7) the high school building, (8) a side view of the bridge across the Colorado River, and (9) a train depot. A partially-legible note is written on the back, that says "Suppose you will be surprised to receive this postal but did think of the [...] for a postal. Hope you are all well [...] Hattie."
Date: unknown
Creator: Grissom
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard of First Baptist Church in Waco, Texas]

Description: Postcard of First Baptist Church in Waco, Texas, with people walking on the sidewalks around it. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard is addressed to Hjalmar Haddorf in North Platte, Nebraska and says, "This is not colored, but I am sending it because you sent a view of the 1st Bapt. Ch. of Omaha, which is very pretty. Edena May Carroll. San Marcos, Texas."
Date: March 1916
Creator: Carroll, Edena May
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard of Cotton Palace Park Bridge]

Description: Postcard of a wooden bridge at Cotton Palace Park in Waco, Texas. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard is addressed to Mrs. L.D. Ormsly in Keyport, New Jersey and says "Dear Mama, Traveling over the worst roads I ever saw. In fact they are no roads half the time, have only 1-- miles of good roads to go now to D. Love Donn."
Date: June 24, 1913
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Company Street at Camp MacArthur]

Description: Postcard of a dirt road lined with tents on both sides and a group of five soldiers in uniform and hats on the right and two soldiers standing on the left; there are other soldiers, houses, and telephone poles in the background. Printed on the front of the postcard: "No. 1. A Company Street. Camp Mac Arthur, Waco Texas. © F. Mann. 10/20/17."
Date: October 20, 1917
Creator: Mann, F.
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Country Club, Waco, Texas]

Description: Color postcard with a picture of the Country Club in Waco Texas. There is a large building with columns on the front with landscaping around it, a brick chimney, a semi-circular deck, and a widows walk on top of the roof. On the back is the correspondence, "Dear Dillie, Lyle still confined to her bed, will write as soon as I can. Love to you all from us both. - Your friend, M.L.H." It is addressed to Mrs. E.A. Dill in Oklahoma City. It is postmarked Waco, Tx., 1908.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Packing House Near Waco]

Description: Postcard of a colorized photograph of a packing house with several rows of farm workers posing in front of it, standing, sitting, and standing on raised platforms with fields in the background. Printed on the front of the postcard: "Packing House on Falkners Fruit Farm, 1 Mile from Waco, Tex." There is a handwritten note on the back of the postcard.
Date: November 4, 1908
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard of Austin Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church]

Description: Postcard of Austin Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South. According to a note on the photo, the church was erected in 1902 and dismantled in 1935.
Date: [1902..1935]
Creator: Lloyd
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard Picturing Baylor University]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of two bells and a small group of people in the Burleson Quadrangle on the Baylor University campus. It shows pieces of columns from Baylor at Independence, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard Picturing the Amicable Life Building]

Description: Postcard of the Amicable Life Insurance Company Building (A. L. I. C. O.) in Waco, Texas. It states at 22 stories, the A.L.I.C.O. building was the highest building in the Southwest at the time. It was located on Austin Avenue.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis