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[Baptistry Painting for St. John, Kansas]

Description: Photograph of the baptistry painting done by Blanche Perry for the Church of Christ in St. John, Kansas. Scene is of Jordan River with trees, sheep, clouds, sun beam cross, and dove shaped cloud.
Date: March 1949
Creator: Perry, Myrta Blanche
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

[St. John, Kansas Church of Christ Clergy Photo]

Description: Photograph of minister, elders, deacons, and their wives from the Church of Christ in St. John, Kansas. Named people include Brother Broadfoot (elder) and Sister Broadfoot, Brother Love (minister) and Sister Love, Brother John Davis (deacon) and Sister Davis, Sister Smith and Brother Smith (elder). Photograph shows people standing in front of curtained baptistry area with pulpit and communion table showing.
Date: 1949
Partner: Abilene Christian University Library

Cancer Kick - Off at Windsor Hotel

Description: Photograph of two men, one identified as Charles Cockrell, standing beside a sign at the Cancer-Kickoff in the Windsor Hotel; one man is leaning on the table. The sign is fold-out, and has multiple parts to it. Each part has an illustration of a man with a thought bubble. Text on the visible thought bubbles say "Learn the Danger Signals," "A lump or thickening, in the breast or elsewhere," "Unusual bleeding or discharge," "Any change in a wart or mole," and "Persistent indigestion or difficulty swallowing." In the background, there are windows and curtains.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Cancer Kick - Off at Windsor Hotel

Description: Photograph of a man standing at a podium identified as Charles Cockrell speaking at the Cancer Kick-Off in the Windsor Hotel. The podium is sitting on a table with dinnerware on it; there is a sign leaning on the podium with non-visible text. In the background, there are windows and another man sitting at the table.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Cancer Kick - Off at Windsor Hotel

Description: Photograph of two men, one identified as Charles Cockrell, standing beside a sign at the Cancer-Kickoff in the Windsor Hotel. The sign is fold-out, and has multiple parts to it. Each part has an illustration of a man with a thought bubble. Text on the visible thought bubbles say "Learn the Danger Signals," "A lump or thickening, in the breast or elsewhere," "Unusual bleeding or discharge," "Any change in a wart or mole," "Persistent indigestion or difficulty swallowing," and "Any change in normal bowel habits." In the background, there are windows and curtains.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

J. C. Penney's Diamond Jubilee - Gay Nineties #1

Description: Photograph of an unidentified group of men in women at the J. C. Penney's Diamond Jubilee - Gay Nineties. The women are dressed in costume, and the men are dressed in suits, with one in a casual shirt. In the foreground, there is a table full of shoes; in the background, there is a wall with shoe displays, and text that says "Childrens Shoes."
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Mothers at Rehab - Polio Campaign #2

Description: Photograph of a group of three women kneeling beside boxes full of packages of peanuts. Behind the women, a man in a military uniform is leaning towards the peanut packages. Behind the people, there are closed boxes lined up in a row with a sign on top of them that says "Fight Polio Join The March of Dimes." Text on the packages of peanuts says "Fight Polio with Peanuts."
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Mothers at Rehab - Polio Campaign

Description: Photograph of a group of three women kneeling beside boxes full of packages of peanuts. In the background, there are closed boxes lined up in a row with a sign on top of them that says "Fight Polio Join The March of Dimes." Text on the packages of peanuts says "Fight Polio with Peanuts."
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Mothers at Rehab - Polio Campaign #1

Description: Photograph of a group of three women kneeling beside boxes full of packages of peanuts. Behind the women, a man in a military uniform is leaning towards the peanut packages. Behind the people, there are closed boxes lined up in a row with a sign on top of them that says "Fight Polio Join The March of Dimes." Text on the packages of peanuts says "Fight Polio with Peanuts."
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Apples at School by Ben E. Keith Company

Description: Photograph of an unidentified man in a suit sitting at a desk holding an apple with one hand and a pen in the other. On top of the desk, there are stacks of papers, a box of apples, and loose apples scattered about. Text on the box says "Crisp'n Spicy," and has pictures of two vegetables on it. In the background, there is a door and a painting of a man on a horse.
Date: 1958
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Kraft Cheese Display at Thornton's #1

Description: Photograph of a display for a grocery store identified as Thornton's. The display consists of a tall stack of packages of Kraft's Parkay Margarine sitting besides a meat display case; the display case is filled with various meat products. On top of the case, there is a television set with packages of Kraft's Parkay Margarine displayed beside it. Beside the margarine, there are various canned and bottled products. There are four identical signs in the display; text on the signs say "Win a 21" RCA Victor Color TV Set in Parkay Margarine's BIG $75,000 Jingle Contest 45 Color TV sets - 354 Prizes in all...3 Contests First contest closes March 12, 1955 Second contest closes March 26, 1955 Third contest closes April 9, 1955." There is also an illustration of Parkay Margarine on the signs. In the background, there is a door and vent; there are streamers above the television.
Date: 1950
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Kraft Cheese Display at Thornton's #2

Description: Photograph of a display for a grocery store identified as Thornton's. The display consists of a tall stack of packages of Kraft's Parkay Margarine sitting besides a meat display case; the display case is filled with various meat products. On top of the case, there is a television set with packages of Kraft's Parkay Margarine displayed beside it. Beside the margarine, there are various canned and bottled products. There are four identical signs in the display; text on the signs say "Win a 21" RCA Victor Color TV Set in Parkay Margarine's BIG $75,000 Jingle Contest 45 Color TV sets - 354 Prizes in all...3 Contests First contest closes March 12, 1955 Second contest closes March 26, 1955 Third contest closes April 9, 1955." There is also an illustration of Parkay Margarine on the signs. In the background, there is a door and vent; there are streamers above the television.
Date: 1950
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Kraft Cheese Display at Thornton's #2

Description: Photograph of a product display in a grocery store identified as Thornton's. The display consists of bottles of Kraft brand oil in small boxes surrounding an oven. On top of the oven, there are three signs, two of which are the same. Text on the duplicate signs say "Free Recipes Here! How to make any cake (requiring shortening) with Kraft All-Purpose Oil Fully Pink 29¢;" they also have a picture of a cake missing a slice on them. The headline on the middle sign says "Ladies! You Can Win Valuable Prizes in Thornton's Cake Bake Contest." That sign also lists prices and cooking ingredients, and has illustrations of a cake, oven, Kraft brand oil, and the exterior of Thornton's. In the background of the photograph, there are aisles of groceries, an unidentified man, and a banner sign that is partially visible.
Date: 1950
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Kraft Cheese Display at Thornton's #1

Description: Photograph of a product display in a grocery store identified as Thornton's. The display consists of bottles of Kraft brand oil in small boxes surrounding an oven. On top of the oven, there are three signs, two of which are the same. Text on the duplicate signs say "Free Recipes Here! How to make any cake (requiring shortening) with Kraft All-Purpose Oil Fully Pink 29¢;" they also have a picture of a cake missing a slice on them. The headline on the middle sign says "Ladies! You Can Win Valuable Prizes in Thornton's Cake Bake Contest." That sign also lists prices and cooking ingredients, and has illustrations of a cake, oven, Kraft brand oil, and the exterior of Thornton's. In the background of the photograph, there are aisles of groceries, an unidentified man, and a banner sign that is partially visible.
Date: 1950
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Men Shaking Hands Near a Plane]

Description: Photograph of two men wearing suits, shaking hands in front of a small turboprop airplane in a field at the Jack Hughes Airport in Abilene, Texas. The man on the left is holding out a folded paper for the second man to take. The side of the plane is marked with the number "N4248D" and has the text "J. W. King Jr. Abilene, Texas." Part of a second plane is visible on the right and a car is visible on a road in the background of the image.
Date: 1956
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Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

J. C. Penney's Diamond Jubilee - Gay Nineties #2

Description: Photograph of an unidentified group of men in women at the J. C. Penney's Diamond Jubilee - Gay Nineties. The women are dressed in costume, and the men are dressed in suits, with one in a casual shirt. In the foreground, there is a table full of shoes; in the background, there is a wall with shoe displays, and text that says "Childrens Shoes."
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

First State Bank Under Construction #1

Description: Photograph of the exterior view of a building under construction identified as First State Bank on Oak Street. The front exterior of the building is in tact, and the back is a large frame made up of metal beams. Along the edge of the building, there are cars parked. In the front of the building, there is a sign with the visible text "1st State Bank."
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

First State Bank Under Construction #2

Description: Photograph of the exterior view of a building under construction identified as First State Bank on Oak Street. The front exterior of the building is in tact, and the back is a large frame made up of metal beams. Along the edge of the building, there are cars parked. In the front of the building, there is a sign with the visible text "1st State Bank."
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Waddington's and Les Femmes

Description: Photograph of the exterior of two stores identified as Waddington's and Les Femmes on Cypress Street. There are clothed mannequins in the display window of Waddington's; text on the front of the building says "Waddington's Ladies Apparel." There are shoes in the display window of Les Femmes; text on the front of the building says "Les Femmes Fashion Footwear." In the foreground, there are parking meters and a street.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Waddington's and Les Femmes #1

Description: Photograph of the exterior of two stores identified as Waddington's and Les Femmes on Cypress Street. There are clothed mannequins in the display window of Waddington's; text on the front of the building says "Waddington's Ladies Apparel." There are shoes in the display window of Les Femmes; text on the front of the building says "Les Femmes Fashion Footwear." In the foreground, there is a parking meter, street, and partial view of a car.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Waddington's and Les Femmes #2

Description: Photograph of the exterior of two stores identified as Waddington's and Les Femmes on Cypress Street. There are clothed mannequins in the display window of Waddington's; text on the front of the building says "Waddington's Ladies Apparel." There are shoes in the display window of Les Femmes; text on the front of the building says "Les Femmes Fashion Footwear." In the foreground, there is a parking meter, street, and partial view of a car.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Waddington's and Les Femmes

Description: Photograph of the exterior of two stores identified as Waddington's and Les Femmes on Cypress Street. There are clothed mannequins in the display window of Waddington's; text on the front of the building says "Waddington's Ladies Apparel." There is a partial view of Les Femmes; text on the front of the building says "Les Fe[mmes] Fashion...." In the foreground, there is a parking meter and a street.
Date: 1956
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

March of Dimes Balloon Sale

Description: Photograph of a young man standing by a car holding a bundle of balloons during a March of Dimes balloon sale. The street they are on is N. Fourth and Pine. The man in the car is holding a balloon. The young man is wearing a high school letter jacket. Text on the balloons says, "March of Dimes."
Date: 1959
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library