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[Photograph of a Collage]

Description: Photograph of 1 person. Copy photograph of a man holding a string of three fish. The photograph is mounted to a board and has a drawing of a head with a humorous expression pasted onto the image. The man is wearing a button-down shirt, slacks, and a belt.
Date: unknown
Creator: Born, Julius
Partner: River Valley Pioneer Museum

[Photo-postcard to Watt Matthews]

Description: Postcard sent to Watt Matthews by photographer Richard Avedon and writer/photographer Laura Wilson. Image on the postcard is of Wilson and Avedon in a hay field. Wilson is lying on top of a bale of hay. To her left, Avedon is jumping with a cowboy hat in his hand. Message on the back reads: "Still on the road. Still grateful." Signed: "Laura and 'Old' Dick."
Date: 1981
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

This is Arlington Brochure

Description: Brochure about Arlington, Texas. It includes information about the town's history, lodging and dining options, civic facilities, education, communications, economy, transportation, parks and camping, industry, and entertainment. The front side of the brochure is green and has art work on the front panel. The back side is tan.
Date: 197?
Creator: Arlington Chamber of Commerce
Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum

[Scrapbook Page with Photos of Swollen Rivers, People, and an Illustrated Forest Scene]

Description: Scrapbook page from the red Mammie V. Bartholomew album displaying five sepia-tone prints and one color card. On the left side of the page are four photographs. Proceeding from top to bottom, the first is a 17 x 12 centimeter photo of what might be Lambshead creek in a flood. The ranch gate is visible on the left bank of the creek. Below this is a photo of the same size of a creek near Albany, Texas. A young boy is standing in the center of the photo by the water among the brush lining the banks. On the left in the distance are three adults standing on a walkway built over the creek. In the bottom left corner of the page is a family portrait (10 x 14 centimeters) of Mrs. Gustie and three children taken on a porch. To the right of this photo is a portrait (10 x 14 centimeters) of Archie and Benson Campbell. The boys are standing in front of a printed backdrop and next to a table covered by a flowery cloth. They are both wearing knickers and bow ties. In the top right corner of the page is a 8 x 10 centimeter portrait of an infant lying on an "eye dazzler" Navajo rug. Below this a 8 x 16 centimeter card on which a color nature scene has been painted. The phrase "In Christ shall all be made alive" is written on the bottom of the card.
Date: 1890
Partner: Matthews Family and Lambshead Ranch

[Framed Photograph on a Wall]

Description: Photograph of a framed photograph hanging on a wall. The photograph is of an outdoor area with a lot of trees and grass. There is a chair with a pillow on it underneath the photo and a lamp on a nearby table.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos