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[Male students of Clarendon College, 1911]

Description: Composite photo of male students at Clarendon College in Clarendon, Texas. Each student has an oval-shaped portrait, labeled with his last name; they are organized around an illustration of a pennant that says "Adkissonian '11" an has an eagle carrying a striped flag.
Date: 1911
Creator: Mulkey, Homer
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Panhandle Literary Society, Clarendon College]

Description: Photograph of members of the Panhandle Literary Society of Clarendon College. The male students, in a range of ages, and professors, are posed in rows. They are formally dressed and each has a ribbon attached to his jacket lapel. Individuals appearing in the image are: Front row, l-r, Jerry Fagan, Elmer Smith, Erchal Lacy, Bob Glenn; second row, Louis Hardy, Clayton Lacy, unidentified, Luther Gribble, Tom Hastings, Tarlton Brock, Paul Sarvis; third row, Herbert Hilburn, Hugh Arnold, Coopwood Perry, Newbill Ferguson, Roy Teague, Leslie Gilbert, John B. Pope, Ernest Betts; fourth row, Floyd Howard, Clint Lee, Arthur Neeley, Joe Powell, Stuart Condron, Gordon Willard, Lester Sheffy, unidentified; fifth Row, unidentified, Perry Powell, Prof. S.E. Burkhead, George Anderson, Prof. D.B. Quigley, Dr. J.R. Mood, Charles Doak, unidentified; sixth row, Robert Ramey, Prof. C.M. Morton, Cassius Carter, unidentified, Steve Hufstutler, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified.
Date: [1906~]
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Clarendon College building]

Description: Photograph of the main building of Clarendon College in Clarendon, Texas. The three-story building is constructed of brick, with a shingled roof. On each side of the main part of the building are two square towers. The mansard roof of the main building includes dormer windows and at the top of the towers there are small gabled dormer openings. The tower closest to the viewer has round windows on the third floor and one of them appears to be open or missing. There are three children sitting on the ground in front of the building, and a girl is about to enter one of the doors. A water tower is visible behind the building. The image is misidentified as "Claude Courthouse." on the verso.
Date: 1906
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Clarendon College, Clarendon, Texas

Description: Tinted postcard of the main building of Clarendon College in Clarendon, Texas. The three-story brick building facade has two recessed sections and three projecting sections. The doorway is built into a tall tower with pilasters on each side. The roof of the tower has a crenallated parapet and the near the top of the tower is a sign that reads, "Clarendon College." To the right of the building is a windmill and a water tank. Small trees are growing on either side of the building.
Date: [190u]
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Clarendon College students]

Description: Photograph of students at Clarendon College involved in an unidentified activity on an athletic field. Students are standing on two chalked semicircles, facing inward. In the foreground of the photograph are a few spectators and in the background are a two automobiles and a group of people seated on a small grandstand. A wooden fence encloses the far side of the field and there is a house visible behind the fence.
Date: 192u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Terry out at first, Clarendon game, May 12, 1922

Description: Photograph of a play at first base in a baseball game between West Texas State Normal College and Clarendon College. The West Texas runner nears the bag as the fielder takes the throw. The umpire, dressed in coat, tie and hat, raises his right arm as another player watches from the side. A wooden grandstand and the West Texas administration building are visible in the background.
Date: May 12, 1922
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum