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Five Individuals in the Denton Civic Center

Description: Four men and one woman standing in the new Denton Civic Center Building. The man to the far right is pointing up and talking while the two men left of him are looking where he is pointing. Identified are: J. David Thomas, Zeke Martin, and O'Neil Ford. Written on back of photo "1. J. David Thomas 2. ? 3. Zeke Martin (Mayor) 4. O' Neil Ford 5. ?
Date: 1967~
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Soldiers Grouped Around a Platform]

Description: Photograph of soldiers grouped around a speaker platform where one man is speaking. Along with the speaker there is two men taking photos on the platform. The soldiers watching have one hand raised with some men holding onto flags.
Date: unknown
Partner: The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley

[Reprint Photograph of a Group of Men]

Description: Reprint photograph of a group of men in dark color suits with two sitting down and the rest standing up behind them. Text under the photographs separate the photographs as "before buying land" and "after buying land from Conway & Hoit. Mission, Tex". There is handwritten text on the back that reads "Hoyd = This is re-print taken in 1908. Just found original in files. Yours truly, Jas. Bryan." "Jim Hill, Wm. J. Bryan, Hoit x Conway standing back".
Date: 1908
Partner: The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley

[Group Photograph of a Military Company]

Description: Photograph of a military company with rows of men sitting down. On the bottom row two small dogs are visible on the laps of soldiers as well as one solider holding a flag. Handwritten text on the back reads "Walter - 2nd from right holding flag".
Date: unknown
Partner: The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley

[Portrait of Six Men]

Description: Groups photo of five men in suits and hats. The men are (1) J. P. "Pink" Magee, (2) Frank Piner, (3) Joe Long, (4) John Douglas, (5) Will Williams, and Dr. P. Lipscomb (laying on the floor).
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Group of African American women in the Negro War Recreation Council Building]

Description: Photograph of a group of African American women seated in a reading room at the Negro War Recreation Council Building and bus depot, located in the former city market building at 702-14 East Avenue (now I-35). The group is seated in a "U" shape, facing a woman seated at a the head table. Books, a four-drawer card file, magazines, and a radio line the back wall. On the wall there is a war bond poster which reads: "Don't let that shadow touch them, Buy WAR BONDS", where the "shadow" is in the shape of a swastika and three children cower in its wake. There is a wall-mounted electric fan to the right of the war bond poster, and a fur coat hangs on a coat hook on the left window wall. A hand-made poster on a window at the back reads: "ATTENTION, Have you written a Letter home to-day? Writing facilities may be obtained at the information desk. Books and Magazines are available in the office for SERVICE MEN."
Date: January 6, 1944
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Confederate Home for Men group photo]

Description: Large group portrait, including some Confederate veterans of the U.S. Civil War, in front of the Confederate Home For Men. A.W. Taber, superintendent, and wife Minnie Lee Taber, are in center forefront. The small child is Jean Sutherland.
Date: 192X
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library
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