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[Steam-powered thresher]

Description: Photograph of a steam-powered thrasher, identified as a thrasher engine. It has large wheels and a covering over the conductor's area. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the engine was B. H. Ford's. The photograph was taken around 1910 and this copy was developed around 1960.
Date: 1910
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Buggy and two horses in parade]

Description: Photograph of a buggy and two horses during a 4th of July Parade. The individuals in the buggy are identified as Mr. and Mrs. Joiner, owners of the Livery Stable. Two girls on the left side of the photograph are seated on the other horses and dressed as Native Americans. The horses have banners across their backs that cover the tops of their heads. The Presbyterian Tabernacle can be seen in the background above the neck of the horse that is second from the left.
Date: July 4, 1909
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Group of men in new car]

Description: Postcard of five men seated in a new car. They are all wearing light shirts, dark pants, and hats. One man has his hand on the steering wheel and is looking off to the side. There are trees and fences in the background. Handwriting on the back of the postcard identifies the names of each individual.
Date: 1909
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Pioneer family and wagon]

Description: Photograph of a pioneer family standing in front of a small house. There is one man standing with three women, one of which is holding a baby. An uncovered wagon with two horses hitched to it is in front of the house, with some belongings inside of it.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Woman and horse]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified woman standing next to a saddled horse. She is wearing a long skirt and coat and a large brimmed hat. There is a wooden building in the background with tools leaned up against the side, and a small dog behind the horse. Handwriting on the back of the photograph labels the saddle as a side saddle.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Mules for constructing railroad]

Description: Photograph of four mules for constructing a railroad that are reined and pulling what appears to be a plow. There is a man in a dark outfit and black hat holding the reins of the mules and standing behind them. There are plains in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Wagons and mules outside]

Description: Photograph of multiple mule-drawn wagons outside a store that reads "Singley Bros." There is a man standing in the doorway of the store with his hands at his side, identified as H. E. Singley. The man sitting in the wagon to the left is identified as Bert Weaver. Rooftops of houses can be seen in the background. Handwriting on the back of the photograph reads "Jones Singley."
Date: 1912
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Hiram Cudd standing by truck]

Description: Photograph of a man, identified as Hiram Cudd, standing in front of a large truck belong to Cudd Bros. Trucking. He is wearing a light-colored uniform and a dark hat. There are houses in the background. Handwriting on the back of the photograph reveals that the house in the background was Hiram Cudd's parent's house and briefly describes its history.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Fleet and Etha Pruden standing in front of truck]

Description: Photograph of a couple identified as Fleet and Etha Pruden. They are standing in front of a dark-colored truck that reads "Pioneers of the Frontier" across the side. The woman is wearing a long skirt, a jacket over a button-up shirt, and a hat. The man is wearing a pinstripe suit and tie and a hat. Part of a windmill and the roof of a building are visible behind the truck. Handwriting on the back of the photograph reveals its date and the couple's names.
Date: October 14, 1928
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Emma Henard riding a mule]

Description: Photograph of a woman sitting on a mule and smiling towards the camera. Handwriting on the back of the photograph identifies her as Emma Henard, while teaching at Indian Creek School. She is wearing a long dark skirt, light blouse, and hat. There are empty plains in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Group standing by two early cars]

Description: Photograph of a group of people standing near two early cars. The car on the left is identified as a Studebaker and the car on the right is identified as a Rio A Velie. There are four men standing in between the cars looking toward the camera, two women in hats behind the Studebaker, and two children near the right side of the photograph. Handwriting on the back of the photograph identifies the individuals.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Three women posing with wooden cart]

Description: Photograph of three women posing with a wooden cart. They are identified as Gay Eads, Blanch, Crouch, and LaNora Sherwood. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the cart is a city meat market "hack" that was used to deliver meat. Two of the women are riding on the back of the cart as the other is pretending to pull it forward, and there are houses in the distance behind them.
Date: 1912/1915
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Elmore Dodson on white horse]

Description: Photograph of a man sitting on a white horse. He is identified as Elmore Dodson and is wearing a hat, bandana, pants and long sleeves, and spurred boots, and there is a rifle on the saddle. A quote from him is on the back of the photograph and reads, "In the days that tried men's nerves, my favorite cutting horse, Mack."
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Mrs. John P. Yarbrough on side saddle]

Description: Photograph of a woman seated on a side saddle on a dark-colored horse. She is wearing a large brimmed hat and is identified by handwriting on the back of the photograph as Mrs. John P. Yarbrough. There are open fields in the background, and a man can be seen standing in the distance.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Horses and buggy]

Description: Postcard of two horses behind a fence that are attached to a buggy. There is a man, identified as Ernest Sherwood, and a woman seated inside the buggy. There is a short note on the back of the postcard.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Small group next to an early car]

Description: Postcard of three people next to an early seven-passenger Studebaker. Handwriting on the back of the photograph identifies the individuals as Bob Glenn, Gay Eads, and Eula Williams. The man and one of the women are seated on the side of the car, and the other woman is standing up facing them. A shadow from the photographer is cast on the front of the car.
Date: 1916~
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Mish Dukeminer with horse and wagon]

Description: Postcard of a man standing on a flat wagon with a horse hitched to it. He is identified as Mish Dukeminer by handwriting on the back of the postcard, which also describes the horse as a dray horse. There is a train behind the wagon with a man seated inside.
Date: unknown
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Family group next to car]

Description: Photograph of a family group standing next to a car. Notes on the back of the photograph state that the image was taken on the corner of 14th and El Paso Streets. The people are identified as Lou Goodnight, Hayden Goodnight, Mrs. Mayme Goodnight, and Pearl Goodnight.
Date: 1922
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Group outdoors in snow]

Description: Photograph of four girls outdoors in the snow. Notes on the back of the photograph identify them as Nettie West, Ethel Kelley, Sallie Kelley, and Emma Hite. They are sitting on top of wagon wheel bottoms and looking towards the camera. There is a small store on the left side of the photograph and houses in the far distance.
Date: April 1, 1909
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Jim White standing on highway]

Description: Photograph of a man identified as Jim White, standing on the reconstruction site of a highway. Writing on the back of the photograph states that the bridge being re-built was over Salt Fork of Red River on U. S. Highway 83, between Wellington and Shamrock. A gasoline truck and a wheat truck collided and destroyed the north part of the bridge.
Date: July 1949
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Children in front of car on bridge]

Description: Photograph of two small children standing at the front of a car on a wooden bridge. They are leaning together and looking towards the camera. There is another person sitting in the car behind the wheel. Notes on the back of the photograph describe the location of the scene and state that Rube Sherwood is the mother of the children pictured.
Date: 1917
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum