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[Group Portrait of Hispanic Children]

Description: Photograph of a group portrait of school-age Hispanic children and two adults. There are three rows of children standing, kneeling, and sitting on the ground and facing the camera. There is a young woman standing at the end of the middle row to the right, and a man standing at the opposite end on the left. Most of the children are smiling and many have their hands on their faces. There is a small building visible in the background on the right-hand side. There is a handwritten note in Spanish on the back of the photograph that translates to: "Hm Cawpbell. Here is a photo that mother took of E.D. McAllen on the second of October. There was nothing more than sending them out. McAllen - Oct. 1935 A Fernández".
Date: October 1935
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[Group of People Standing at the Entrance of a Presbyterian Church]

Description: Photograph of a group of women lined up in front of the entrance of a Presbyterian church. The four women are all wearing long, cap-sleeved dresses and holding purses and books. The woman on the far left, who is the only Hispanic in the group, is looking at the elderly man who is standing to her right. The man is wearing a striped tie and holding a brimmed hat. Three more women are standing in the doorway of the church in the background and looking toward the group. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that reads, "W.N. Clement, Miss Ledici Alamella, Miss Irene Batehelder, Mr. Carl Badlen & Mrs. Nancy Peacher Price".
Date: October 1937
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[Mission of the Mexican Presbyterian Church of Corsicana]

Description: Photograph of the Mission of the Mexican Presbyterian Church in Corsicana, Texas. The mission is a two-story brick building. There is a water tower behind the mission and to the right. Two words are clearly visible on it, Corsicana and Tigers. A group of people is posing on the front steps with the children sitting in the front row. A car is parked to the left. This building is believed to have been designed by the architect J.R. Minor in 1882. In 1912, the buiding was named David Crockett, which is partially visible on the sign above the center window on the second floor.
Date: October 1933
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary