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[Photograph of Church Exterior]

Description: Photograph of the exterior of a three-story church made of brick and light-colored dressings around the windows and corners of the bell tower, with steps leading up to the front doors. The photo is taken from across the street and to the left of the church, and there are two cars parked in front of another building just barely visible at the left of the photo. There is another, two-story building behind and to the right of the church, partially obscured by trees. Two large trees obscure the back left of the church. There are handwritten notes about the church (Cumberland Presbyterian Church at the time) and date of the photo on the back, as well as a decorative border around the photo.
Date: 193u
Location Info:
Partner: Private Collection of Mary Newton Maxwell

[Photograph of Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Room]

Description: Photograph of the inside of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church sanctuary, taken from between two rows of curved, wooden pews near the front of the sanctuary. From left to right, there is a piano (with a stack of books on the top) and stool, a chair in front of a small platform, and a pulpit on the platform at the front of the room. There are two tall, narrow windows in the walls on either side of the narrow room, patterned carpet on the floor, and a door in the center of the back wall. There are handwritten notes about the location and date on the back of the photo.
Date: 1931
Location Info:
Partner: Private Collection of Mary Newton Maxwell

Girl in front of Church

Description: Copy negative of Willie Hardie Walker standing out front of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church grounds. She is wearing a scarf around her head and an apron over her dress. She stands with both hands on her hips looking into the camera. Behind her is the church which is surrounded by a white picket fence.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Longview Volunteer Fire Company]

Description: Photograph of the first Longview Volunteer Fire Company in Longview, Texas. The fire company was organized in 1885 using horse drawn fire carts. The fire company was located on the south side of Tyler Street between Fredonia and Center streets. City Hall was located upstairs. Cumberland Presbyterian Church is visible on the far left of the photograph. There are three horse-drawn fire carts parked outside the station.
Date: 1885
Partner: Longview Public Library