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[Hereford Residents]

Description: Photograph of early settlers of Hereford, Texas. The adults stand by the wagon on the right, and the children sit on the grass. There is a white horse by the two wagons on the left, and another dark horse on the far right.
Date: 1900
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library

Geography of Denton County

Description: This book discusses Denton County, Texas including the geography, geology, some agriculture and settlements as well as a chapter on ways that teachers can engage students in learning about the history of Denton County. Index starts on page 131.
Date: 1936
Creator: Cowling, Mary Jo
Partner: UNT Libraries

[An Early Couple]

Description: This picture is probably a photographic portrait of Col. and Mrs. W.R. Austin, mentioned on page 54 of "Time Was in Mineral Wells..." second edition. He established the Austin Well where "Blind Nellie" was employed. See also, [Col. and Mrs. W. Riess Austin]
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[The Founder of Mineral Wells - Portrait]

Description: This unlabeled photograph appears to be of Judge J. A. Lynch and his third wife, Armanda Sweeny Lynch, possibly at a family reunion. Judge James Alvis Lynch was the founder of Mineral Wells. No identification of the people (numbered) around them appears to survive.
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

Judge J. A. Lynch

Description: Shown here is a reproduction of a steel engraving of Judge J. A. Lynch, founder of Mineral Wells. The source of the engraving remains unknown. A fragment of copy at the bottom of the picture mentions the "inconvenience of hauling it from the Brazos River." The initials "GSW" are visible to the left of the judge's lapel.
Date: unknown
Creator: Thomas Beauregard (?)
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[Fleet and Etha Pruden standing in front of truck]

Description: Photograph of a couple identified as Fleet and Etha Pruden. They are standing in front of a dark-colored truck that reads "Pioneers of the Frontier" across the side. The woman is wearing a long skirt, a jacket over a button-up shirt, and a hat. The man is wearing a pinstripe suit and tie and a hat. Part of a windmill and the roof of a building are visible behind the truck. Handwriting on the back of the photograph reveals its date and the couple's names.
Date: October 14, 1928
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Portrait of three children]

Description: Postcard of three small children from an early pioneer family. They are identified by a note on the back of the postcard as Jewell, James Richard, and Curtis Joel Holden. They are all wearing light-colored outfits and smiling at the camera.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Pioneer family and wagon]

Description: Photograph of a pioneer family standing in front of a small house. There is one man standing with three women, one of which is holding a baby. An uncovered wagon with two horses hitched to it is in front of the house, with some belongings inside of it.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Pioneer family]

Description: Photograph of an early pioneer family standing beneath a tree. There are three women in long white dresses and four men. They are behind a chicken wire fence, and there is a house behind them in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Johnny Wallace Store]

Description: Photograph of the interior of the Johnny Wallace Store on the West side of the Wellington square. Five men are standing behind the counter next to a rack of suits. There are shelves with clothing on them on the right side of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

Panhandle Pilgrimage: Illustrated Tales Tracing History in the Texas Panhandle

Description: This text covers the history of the Panhandle region of the state of Texas from prehistory through 1978. The chapters are organized chronologically and include segments devoted to the first towns, historically significant persons, and other events in the area along with photographs, maps, and other illustrations.
Date: 1978
Creator: Robertson, Pauline Durrett & Robertson, R. L.
Partner: Canyon Area Library

[Woman Working on Restoration of the Pioneer House at the Danish Heritage Museum]

Description: Color photograph of a woman wearing a plaid shirt, standing by two small stacks of wooden planks on which she is focused. She is identified as Barbara Runnels and she is working on the reconstruction of the pioneer house at the Danish Heritage Museum. A nearly empty shelving unit is on her left and behind her are two windows.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Woman Doing Woodwork for the Restoration of the Pioneer House at the Danish Heritage Museum]

Description: Color photograph of Barbara Runnels standing behind table saw machine, next to which are two small stacks of wooden planks. A sliver of daylight is hitting the floor which is covered in sawdust. From the left, a hand that belongs to an unidentified individual is placed on the machine that is balanced atop the sawhorse. Barbara, who is wearing glasses, a red plaid shirt, jeans and white tennis shoes, has her attention focused on the hand to her left.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
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