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Ward school, Texline

Description: Photograph of a three-story brick school building. The school is surrounded by a board fence, with playground equipment to the front and rear of the building. Several houses and other buildings are visible in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Muddy road]

Description: Photograph of a dirt road made muddy by melting snow. There is a snow covered hill in the background of the photograph.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Road]

Description: Photograph of a dirt road winding through a wooded hill side. There is a wire fence running along side of the road.
Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Fence scene]

Description: Photograph of horse drawn hay rake sitting under a tree. Behind the farm equipment is a gated fence leading out to a spacious field with a wooded area off to one side.
Date: 1945
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Portrait of Hazel Petrey and Gilbert Dove]

Description: Photograph of Hazel Petrey and Gilbert Dove standing on a fence. In the image, they stand on bridge connected two lands between wood fences. They will be wed soon after this photo is taken. Narrative by Junebug Clark: More images and information can be found in the July 28, 1941 issue of Life Magazine, pages 82-85 in the story “Life Magazine Goes to a Kentucky Wedding.” Also in the Joe Clark, HSSS book “Country Wedding" published in 1974. Additionally a 1982 photo of Hazel and Gilbert can be found in Joe Clark’s Tennessee Scrapbook. All are in the Clark Family Collection.
Date: June 14, 1941
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Hazel Petrey stepping down]

Description: Photograph of Hazel Petrey and Gilbert Dove standing on a fence. They will be wed soon after this photo is taken. Narrative by Junebug Clark: More images and information can be found in the July 28, 1941 issue of Life Magazine, pages 82-85 in the story “Life Magazine Goes to a Kentucky Wedding.” Also in the Joe Clark, HBSS book “Country Wedding," published in 1974. Additionally, a 1982 photo of Hazel and Gilbert can be found in Joe’s Tennessee Scrapbook. All are in the Clark Family Photography Collection.
Date: June 14, 1941
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

W.E. Lea Home

Description: Photograph of the old W.E. Lea Mansion in Orange, Texas. The home has a large wrap-around porch and balcony with a smaller balcony on the third story. In the front and around the sides are columns. There are several tall trees around the house and a fence that surrounds it. Lined up in front of the house on the street are old fire trucks and in front of those are many men in dark suits with ties and hats and also some firemen in uniform. Typed across the top of the photograph is, "GREEN AVENUE MANSION - The First Baptist Church Youth Building now sits on the site where once a majestic mansion stood on Green Avenue between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It originally came from Sholars heirs to Lou Bettis. It was remodeled by George Bancroft and later became the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lea. Still later it became Noguess Mortuary. It was torn down in 1959 to make way for the Baptists building. Occasion for line-up of firemen and trucks unknown.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Men on Horseback and Family in Buggy

Description: Photograph of three men and three boys on horseback and one horse without a rider on the far right side of the frame. Two of the horses are white. On the left side of the frame next to the riders is a white horse hitched to a buggy with a man, woman, and two children in it. All of the men and boys wear button-up shirts and hats, one wears suspenders and two wear vests. The whole group is in a ditch filled with weeds. In the background behind a house on the left side of the frame is a light-colored house with a porch. In front of the house is an empty buggy. Next to the house on the right side of the frame is a windmill, outhouse, and many trees. In the foreground is dirt, grass, and weeds.
Date: unknown
Creator: Steele, F.M.
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

Home of A.M. McKinon

Description: Photograph of the home of A.M. McKinnon in Orange, Texas. The two-story house has two porches and two balconies. Standing on the porch is a woman in a long skirt with a dog. Two people are sitting on the balcony. In the bottom right hand corner there is a horse and buggy with a driver. There are large plants on the left side of the house, vines growing up the right porch, and a tree in front of the fence that surrounds the house. Typed across the top of the photograph is, "SECOND AND GREEN AVENUE - A.M. McKinnon home at the intersection of Second and Green Avenue. Dr. Phillips lived here from 1914 to time of his death. Buggy is a Cariola popular in those days."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum