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[Theodore Kilgore at His Store]

Description: Photograph of Theodore Kilgore, aka T.A. Kilgore, standing in the appliance section of his store, T.A. Kilgore and Sons. The store was known as a grocery store, although it eventually expanded its services to hardware and appliances. Behind him are a few Servel refrigerators.
Date: 195u
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

Business Interior with Staff

Description: Copy negative of Cameron and Phillips Hardware store and staff. There is a sign on the wall that reads "studebaker wagons". Twelve men stand in the the hardware store, including Georgeg L. Paxton Sr. Items visible in the store include feeding bowls, pots, ceramic serving utensils, wheelbarrows, wood burning ovens, and lamps. Most men in the photograph are wearing hats and mustaches.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Building Exteriors

Description: Copy negative of two pictures. The top picture is of the front of the Bank of Bradshaw, viewed from across the street. The bottom picture is of the Bradshaw Hardware Co. building viewed from across the street. In both pictures there are partially visible buildings in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Commercial Building Exterior

Description: Copy negative of Cameron and Phillips Hardware store. Other text on the side of the building reads guns, rope, wagons, plows, hacks, buggies, cutlery, shovels, spades, mowers, rakes, and powder shot. The image is of the store from the corner of N. 2nd and Pine Street in Abilene.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Sid Jones Hardware Store]

Description: Photograph of the interior of the Sid Jones Hardware Store. Six men are in the store and are facing towards the camera. There are tall shelves on both sides of the store that are stocked with various hardware supplies, and a bike is sitting in the middle of the room. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the store was located in Wellington, Texas, and identifies the man in the dark shirt as Cleburne Jones.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum


Description: Copy negative of a booth at the West Texas Fair. Over the display area is a large sign that reads, "Ed. S. Hughes Co., Over Hardware Co., If It's Hardware We Have It". Below the sign is a table topped with two tall plants in vases and a man in a dark suit and bow tie. There are rugs and saddles surrounding the area.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Taking Turkeys to the Market

Description: Copy negative of the Louise Trading Company store in Louise, Texas, which is located in Wharton County. In the photograph, there are two donkeys pulling a cart full of turkeys. There are also several turkeys standing in front of the store. There is a large sign above the store that reads, "People's Bank. Louise Trading Co, Furniture Harness, Hardware Feed Hay Car."
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Interior of Hardware Stores

Description: Copy negative of two unknown men and John Mayes standing inside of a hardware store. Shelves line the walls and display cases line the aisles of the store. In the middle of the walkways there are display stands for more products.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Meyer and Rude Hardware Store.]

Description: Photograph mounted on black cardboard mat of Meyer and Rude Hardware Store. Three men standing in center of store. Man on right has on leather jacket. Sign on table on far left ( NOW...YEAR END..) White half-moon shaped area near bottom, right corner. Back of photo identifies men as: Logie Mihick (?) , Leonard Meyer, and P.K. Rude, Sr.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Men in Vaught Hardware Store]

Description: Photograph of three men in front of a Crosley radio display in Vaught Hardware store. On the left, a contest winner receives a check and certificate from two men in the center and on the right for participation in a Crosley Radio contest. Behind the men are a selection of Crosley radios and a sign that reads "Crosley...In all Radio. No finer performance. No greater beauty."
Date: December 15, 1951
Creator: Douglass, Neal
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Southeast Corner of Denton Square

Description: A view of the business section on the southeast corner of the Denton Square around 1889. All the building were constructed of wood, with board sidewalks of even lengths to aid the pedestrian in keeping out of the mud and sand of the unpaved streets. Stores visible from the left to right are Denton Dry Goods Co., S. E. Search Hardware Store, and Craddocks.
Date: 1889
Partner: Denton Public Library