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[Grand Champion Beau Randolph]

Description: Photograph of a large cow standing in a field. The text under the photograph reads: "The grand champion Beau Randolph No. 418893. Bred by Gudgell and Simpson, Independence, Mo., and sold to Jowell and Jowell of Hereford, Texas, for $5,000. -- Resold by them to Mrs. H.M. Pegues and son, Odessa, Texas for $7,000."
Date: unknown
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library

[Hereford Bull and Owner]

Description: Photograph of Rat Jowell showing his registered Hereford Bull, either Climax 5th or Anxiety 4th. Jowell wears a suit and hat. The text underneath the photo reads: "One of first Anxiety 4th. Registered Herefords brought to county in 1898 by Rat Jowell and L. R. Bradley, shown here by Jowell. The town got its name from this herd."
Date: 1900~
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library

[Hereford Fire Department's 1970 Suburban]

Description: Photograph of the Hereford Fire Department's Unit 45, a 1970 white Suburban with a fire emblem on the driver's door and lights on a roof bar. Text above the front fender says "Rescue 2." The vehicle is parked on the pavement, in front of a brick wall.
Date: 1983
Creator: Bradly, Bill
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library

[Grain Elevator]

Description: Photograph of a grain elevator at Main Street and Highway 60 in Deaf Smith County, Texas. Text on the elevator reads: "Dimmit Wheat Growers Inc."
Date: unknown
Creator: Bradly, Bill
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library

[Hereford Tornado]

Description: This booklet has a brief description of the damages caused by the tornado that hit Hereford, Texas on April 19, 1971, followed by photographs of the damage that occured throughout the town.
Date: 1971~
Creator: Waldrip, Mike
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library

[Welcome to Hustlin' Hereford Brochure]

Description: This pamphlet gives a brief sketch of the city of Hereford, Texas with photographs, an introduction, and a 'Community Survey' that gives statistics on location, climate, population, transportation, major manufactururers, utilities, community facilities (including churches), schools, local governments, taxes, labor, agriculture, and industrial development.
Date: 1970
Creator: Deaf Smith County Chamber of Commerce
Partner: Deaf Smith County Library