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[C. Adler in Cotton Marketing Harlingen Office ]

Description: Photograph of a man sitting behind a large wooden work desk. Two empty chairs are on either side in the front. The surface of the desk is covered in various office supplies and stacks of papers. Behind the man, there is a phone, a rolled up newspaper, and a slender lamp on a second, smaller desk. Additionally, there is a map of the southern tip of Texas hanging on the wall, which is covered in wooden panels. The man, identified as C. Adler, smiles at the camera and wears a short-sleeve shirt. Hand-written notations on the back of the photograph state that he was at the Cotton Marketing Harlingen office, and that "many farmers worked with him." All four corners of the photograph are slightly torn.
Date: unknown
Creator: Gale, Eleanor
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Child at Office Desk

Description: Copy negative of Arthur John as a young boy, seated at an office desk. He is wearing a suit and tie with a large flower pinned to his tie. The desk has a typewriter. In the bottom margin of the photograph it says, "Arthur John, 1912".
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

United Fund

Description: Photograph of three men in suits sitting together with documents in their hands. One man has an envelope in his left hand and has his right index finger pointed. The man in the middle is wearing glasses.
Date: 1960
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

United Fund

Description: Photograph of the two people sharing an informational advertisement that reads "Alcoholism is a disease". One person is seated at a desk and the other is standing on the other side. There are shelves with books and paper in the background.
Date: 1960
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library