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[Photograph of S. Omar Barker at Adobe Ranch posing with the deer he killed in a hunt]

Description: Photograph of S. Omar Barker at Adobe Ranch posing with the deer he killed in a hunt. His rifle is in front of him, the stock on the ground and the barrel across the deer. He has his right hand on the deer horns. Trees in background. Type written on back of photograph is this poem: "There are smiles that look too sappy, There are smiles not worth a shuck, But the smile that always proves you're happy Is that smile when you've bagged your buck! [signed] S. Omar Barker--Adobe Ranch, Oct. 12/44" and in pencil across part of poem: "22 10". Also repeatedly (light) printed across back: "Velox"
Date: October 12, 1944
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Three men holding a hunted pronghorn antelope at Adobe Ranch]

Description: Photograph of three men holding a pronghorn antelope that was killed in a hunt on the Adobe Ranch. The man on far left is Albert Peyton George. Typewritten in black on back of photo: "The Three Must-Git-Theirs Adobe Ranch Oct. 12/44". Written in pencil: "22 6".
Date: October 12, 1944
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Albert Peyton George with his trophy prong-horn antelope from a hunt]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George with his trophy Prong-horn Antelope from a hunt on the Adobe Ranch. Mr. George is holding the horn of the antelope in his right hand. Mr. George is wearing pants, shirt, sweater, tie, jacket, and a cap. Typewritten in black on back of photograph: "To Albert George our hats we doff: He downed this buck from a fur piece off! Adobe Ranch, Oct. 12/44" . Also written in pencil: "22 6". The photograph has scalloped edging.
Date: October 12, 1944
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Admiral Bryant and Captain Baker]

Description: Photograph of Rear Admiral Carleton Bryant standing with Captain Charles Baker on board the U.S.S. Texas in the New York Navy Yard in Brooklyn, New York. According to the photo, the large shell between the men was one that "penetrated the ship off Cherbourg." Both men are wearing their black dress uniforms, with the ship's large guns looming overhead.
Date: October 12, 1944
Creator: United States. Navy.
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department