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Terry out at first, Clarendon game, May 12, 1922

Description: Photograph of a play at first base in a baseball game between West Texas State Normal College and Clarendon College. The West Texas runner nears the bag as the fielder takes the throw. The umpire, dressed in coat, tie and hat, raises his right arm as another player watches from the side. A wooden grandstand and the West Texas administration building are visible in the background.
Date: May 12, 1922
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Hallway in Alice Landergin School]

Description: Photograph of a hallway in the Alice Landergin School, an elementary school in Amarillo, Texas. There are student lockers along both sides of the hallway. There are also three drinking fountains. A clock is mounted on one wall, and glass light fixtures are suspended from the ceiling. A window is visible at the end of the hallway.
Date: 1928
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Summitt School, Amarillo, Texas

Description: Photograph of Summit Elementary School in Amarillo, Texas. The front facade of the single-story building is shown. The projecting center section features a decorative band along the elevated roof line. The front entrance consists of three arches flanked by windows. The wings of the building also have decorative elements along the roof line. Various pieces of playground equipment are arrayed in front of the building. The architect for the school was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: 1928
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Tulia, Texas school]

Description: Photograph of Tulia, Texas school. The three-story brick building has a pitched roof with several dormer windows. The projecting center section of the building's facade is topped by a tower section that is open on three sides. A small, two-story building is visible to the right of the school. An automobile is parked near the entrance of the building. Two adults and a child are standing beside the automobile.
Date: 192u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Chemistry class at the Canadian Baptist Academy]

Description: Photograph of six women and one man working in a chemistry lab at the Canadian Baptist Academy. The photograph includes the class instructor, Dr. T. L. Eyerly who stands at the far end of the table. The photograph was printed as a post card and has a note written on the back by Carrie Killebrew, a student in the class, to her cousin, Mrs. Myrtle May Wilson in Temple, Oklahoma.
Date: 1908
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, sewing room-domestic arts

Description: Photograph of the domestic arts room at Wellington High School in Wellington, Texas. The room has a wooden floor and wooden cabinets containing doors and drawers of various sizes on one wall. Long wooden tables are arranged on one side of the room, with a row of desks on the other side. On the wall on the right is a blackboard. The architect for this school building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

West Texas State Normal College, Canyon, Texas

Description: Postcard featuring a halftone reproduction of a drawing of the main building at West Texas State Normal College in Canyon, Texas. The front facade and one side of the building are shown, with people walking along a circular walkway in the front. The reverse shows the dates of summer sessions and lists the advantages of the school, over the name of college President R. B. Cousins.
Date: 1913
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School corridor, second floor

Description: Photograph of a second floor corridor in the Wellington High School building in Wellington, Texas. Lockers are mounted on both sides of the hallway, and several doors are visible. Decorative brick covers the lower portion of the hallway walls. Ceiling-mounted light fixtures are spaced along the corridor. The architect for this building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Goodnight College football team]

Description: Photograph of the football team of Goodnight College in Goodnight, Texas. Fourteen young men are dressed in football gear and seated in two rows. The player in the center of the front row is holding a football that has G.B.A. 1911 written on it. A man dressed in a black suit and hat is seated behind the players. The third player from the left in the second row is identified as William Harry Craig. The group is posed in front of steps leading into a brick building.
Date: 1911
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

First unit, Alice Landergin School, Amarillo, Texas

Description: Photograph of Alice Landergin elementary school in Amarillo, Texas, probably taken soon after the building was completed. The building is of brick and has a clay tile roof. It has three decorative arched doorways and a decorative band around the building. In front of the building is the flagpole. The architect of the school, Guy A. Carlander, is named on the verso.
Date: September 1928
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, Wellington, Texas

Description: Photograph of a science classroom in the Wellington High School building in Wellington, Texas. Single-piece student desks are attached to the floor. A larger desk is at the front of the room, partially covered by books and papers. A lab sink and faucet are at one end of the desk, and a lab burner is attached to a gas jet on the desk. To one side of the desk is a wooden barrel with a glass aquarium sitting upon it. Part of a wooden cabinet is visible at the front of the room. Behind the teacher's desk an open doorway leads into another room. A chalkboard is mounted at the front of the room, and against the wall to the right is a stand on which large paper documents are held. The architect for this school building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[West Texas State Normal College, Canyon, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the main building of West Texas State Normal College in Canyon, Texas, probably dating from the time of the building's completion in 1916. The four-story western and southern (front) facades are shown. A pipe-rail fence lines a dirt roadway leading to the building. An automobile and a horse and wagon are parked outside the building and one person stands at the base of the front steps..The photograph is printed as a postcard.
Date: 1916~
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

The buffalo handbook

Description: A handbook for students of West Texas State Normal College, which includes information about the college and the town of Canyon, a directory, an academic calendar, and advertisements for local businesses.
Date: 1922
Creator: West Texas State Normal College
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Lakeview School, Armstrong Co., Tex., 3-5-14

Description: Photograph of a small group of adults and children posed in front of the Lakeview School in Armstrong County, Texas. The wooden frame school building has a pitched roof and a double-door entryway flanked by windows. Projecting from each side of this section of the building are wings. The people stand in a loose group in the entryway, with others seated on the step and on the ground. A note on the reverse reads, "Lakeview - nine miles from town - A two-teacher school which is the centre of neighborhood interests."
Date: March 5, 1914
Creator: Carr
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Clarendon College building]

Description: Photograph of the main building of Clarendon College in Clarendon, Texas. The three-story building is constructed of brick, with a shingled roof. On each side of the main part of the building are two square towers. The mansard roof of the main building includes dormer windows and at the top of the towers there are small gabled dormer openings. The tower closest to the viewer has round windows on the third floor and one of them appears to be open or missing. There are three children sitting on the ground in front of the building, and a girl is about to enter one of the doors. A water tower is visible behind the building. The image is misidentified as "Claude Courthouse." on the verso.
Date: 1906
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, Wellington, Texas

Description: Photograph of a newly built high school in Wellington, Texas. The two-story brick building features Gothic-style stone ornamentation on the front fa├žade and parapet. Pointed arch windows are above and on either side of the entryway. The architect of the building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[West Texas State Normal College swimming class]

Description: Photograph of a women's physical education swimming class at West Texas State Normal College. Four groups of women are standing in the pool, in pairs or groups of three, with one woman being held up out of the water by her two companions. There are windows at one end of the room and along one side wall, and a diving board is visible in the foreground.
Date: 1920
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum