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[The Maxwell family]

Description: Photograph of the Maxwell family, standing in front of the old Drye homestead in Pilot Point, Texas. The back of the photo reads: "The Drye homestead, built 1867 west of Pilot Point, called String Town then. Picture of Maxwell family, now residents of Fair View community, taken 1885."
Date: 1885
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[The Denton square]

Description: Photograph of a row of buildings on the Denton square. Names of businesses include J. F. Raley & Co. Druggists, The Tin Shop, W. J. McCray Jeweler, and Turner's Grocery.
Date: 18uu
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[Second Baptist Church, Denton]

Description: Copy negative of the Second Baptist Church in Denton, built in 1897 and burned in 1917. It sat on the site of the present First Denton National Bank. W. B. McClurkan paid the church $15,000 for the lot and donated $3,000 for the building fund. This sale took place August 28, 1917, and on the same day the church purchased the lot at 400 W. Oak for $8,000.
Date: [1900..1917]
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Description: Photograph of four generations of the Drye family, Tip Drye Pondrom holding son Girard, Amanda Barnett Drye, and Martha Estes Barnett. The back reads: "Four generations. Mrs. Drye - came to Texas 1836 with father Doc Barnett, one party in a wagon train-settled village, called it Kentucky Town. Married J. A. Drye, 1837 at 15 years old, a son of family of wagon train resident of Pilot Point of 40 years. Mrs. B. Pondrom nee Tip Drye. Married Mr. Pondrom, a Frenchman. Lives at Corpus Christie. Son Girard. Mother. Daughter of Mrs. Drye, Mrs. Dowdell lives in Denton."
Date: 19uu
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[A funeral in the Denton square]

Description: Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
Date: September 8, 1888
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