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[Old Trixie]

Description: Photograph of a dog, named Old Trixie, standing in an open doorway. Two women and a baby appear in the background. On the right are cases of bottled 7-Up and other soft drinks.
Date: 1947
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Ruins of Christian Church]

Description: Photograph of the building of Christian Church in Aubrey, which has been flattened. The steeple remains upright, but the roof is resting on the ground. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Date: April 15, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[House With Storm Debris, 1918]

Description: Photograph of a frame house with brick debris on the roof and in the yard. In the foreground, textiles dry on a clothesline. In the background, a woman stands beyond the corner of the house. Built before 1885, this house was the home of Wood Goin in the early twentieth century. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Date: April 14, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Main Street after the Tornado, 1918]

Description: Photograph of buildings damaged by a tornado. The destroyed structure was the carriage building for Grey's Furniture and the undertaker. It has been turned upside down by a tornado that had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Date: April 14, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Ruins of Methodist Church]

Description: Photograph of the ruins of a Methodist church in Aubrey after a tornado. Houses, including the home of Dr. Bate, are visible in the background, and there is a great deal of debris on the ground.
Date: April 15, 1918
Creator: Parsons, Randy
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Peanut Dryer]

Description: Photograph of a peanut drying facility next to railroad tracks. According to the U.S. Census of Agriculture, Denton county had 3,947 acres planted in peanuts in 1992.
Date: 1990
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Main Street after the Tornado]

Description: Photograph of buildings damaged by a tornado. The destroyed structure was the carriage building for Grey's Furniture and the undertaker. The house next to it belonged to the Ratchford family. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Date: April 15, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Downtown Aubrey, 1972]

Description: Photograph of a wide angle view of downtown Aubrey, Texas, showing cars and pickup trucks parked in front of Gordon's; Jackie's Hardware; and Pettit's Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, and Meats.
Date: 1972
Creator: Harmon, Joyce
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Storm Debris, 1918]

Description: Photograph of storm debris, with two houses in the background. The house on the right was owned by Granny Mullins. The house on the left was owned by Wesley and Axia Housden. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Date: April 15, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Storm Debris and Chairs]

Description: Photograph of two men standing in the middle of a debris field, with wrecked buildings visible behind them. Two chairs and a damaged brick wall are in front of them. A tornado had touched Aubrey and many other North Texas communities on the evening of April 14, 1918.
Date: April 15, 1918
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin