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[Photograph of the Sam Houston Barton Family]

Description: Photograph of two adults sitting with five children arranged around them in front of a painted backdrop. The males are all wearing medium-colored, textured suits, the females wear dresses, and a baby, held by the woman, wears a gown. The three boys stand behind the adults, while a small girl is held by the man. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph identify the parents as Nancy Anderson Garrett Barton and Sam Houston Barton, and the children as: Randall Barton, William Welborn Barton, Blakey Raymond Barton, Sam Houston Barton Jr., Suzy Corrine Barton, and Louisa Adeline Barton.
Date: [1890, 1891]
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of 1931-1932 Salado High School Students]

Description: Photograph of a group of 27 teenage young men and women and two adults arranged in four rows in front of a brick wall with three windows: the first row sitting on the ground, the second row kneeling, the third row standing, and the fourth row standing against the wall. The first through third rows of students are entirely composed of young women wearing dresses, some patterned. The fourth row is composed of young men and one woman. Two of the girls in the middle of the front row are holding a small wood board reading, "SALADO High School." A white piece of paper with printed text is taped to the back of the photo and identifies some of the students in the photo by row.
Date: [1931..]
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of the Old Saloon]

Description: Photograph of the Old Saloon on Main Street with a sign on the front door saying that it was built in 1860 and was used as a drug store, law office, a stage stop and was the "only saloon ever in Salado." The text on the back says the shop is next to the old Anderson House.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Friedrick, Egon
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Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Old Davis Mill in Salado, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a crumbling stone building missing the roof and top portions of its walls. The windows are missing glass, and there is a door-shaped opening on the left side of the building. Piles of stones from the building surround the base, while a line of trees is visible in the background. Handwritten text on the back of the photo note the ruins have been previously identified as part of a college, but are actually the ruins of an Old Davis Mill in Salado, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado 7th and 8th Grade Class]

Description: Photograph of 19 teenage young men and women arranged in three rows in front of a brick wall with two dark windows: the first row sitting on the ground, the second row kneeling, and the third row standing against the wall. The young women are wearing dresses or blouses and skirts with small jackets. Two of the young men on the second row (on either side of a girl in the middle) are wearing overalls. A young man in the middle right of the front row is holding a small wooden board reading "SALADO 7th & 8th." A white sheet of paper with printed text is taped to the back of the photograph's paper frame and identifies some of the people in the photo based on their row.
Date: [1931..]
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Postcard of South View of Salado College]

Description: Photograph of a two-story building with a small tower at the front and a fence surrounding the building. The top of the tower has a pointed roof with a spire. There is a grassy field in the foreground and several trees surrounding the fence. Text at the bottom of the postcard identifies the photo as a southern view of Salado College in Salado, Texas, and that the postcard was published for two people named Guthrie and Halsey. On the back of the postcard are postcard markings and handwritten notes to someone in Dallas, Texas.
Date: 1914
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado Landmark Plaque]

Description: Close-up photograph of a metal sign with a circular portion at the top and a rectangular portion at the bottom. The circular portion has a star in the middle, with text around the circumference that reads "Salado Historical Society," While the rectangular portion reads, "Salado Landmark." A red brick wall is visible in the background. Handwritten notes and a white, rectangular sticker on the back of the photograph identify the placard as a Salado Historical Society Award.
Date: unknown
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Partner: Salado Public Library

[Copy Print of Photograph of Salado College Exterior]

Description: Photograph of a two-story, light-colored stone building with windows along each floor, a square entrance tower on the front left of the building, and two trees inside the front yard. There are steep steps leading up the front of the tower, which has a dark, pointed roof with a spire on top. The building is surrounded by a wooden picket-fence, separating the school yard from the rocky, grassy lawn in front. There is text at the bottom of the photograph reading, "Original Was Salado College--Later Thomas Arnold High School." Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph indicate the building, Salado College, burned three times, and provides information about the people who donated the photo.
Date: 1998
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Partner: Salado Public Library

[Copy Print of Photograph of C. B. Holdge Family Children]

Description: Photograph of three well-dressed children sitting against a blank, light-colored backdrop. The two boys on the left are wearing suits and bow-ties, while the little girl on the right is wearing a dress with a small jacket. All three children have short hair. The photograph has a decorative border with text around all four sides, which says, "Greetings; From Our House To Your House; The C. B. Holdge Family." Handwritten notes and a white, rectangular sticker on the back of the photograph identifies the children, left to right as: Claude Holdge, Glenn Holdge, and Rita Holdge.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Postcard of Salado College Ruins]

Description: Photograph of the light-colored stone ruins of a building, situated in a green grassy field and surrounded by trees. One stone wall with four window openings is still standing, while the other walls have deteriorated to short piles and walls. The standing wall has a tall stone column on the left side. On the back of the photograph are postcard markings and a white, rectangular sticker indicating the photograph for the postcard was taken after a fire in 1924. A short paragraph of text on the back of the postcard also gives historical information about the ruins, indicating they used to be part of Salado College.
Date: [1924..]
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Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of First State Bank in Salado, Texas]

Description: Copy print of a photograph of First State Bank in Salado, Texas; the image shows the bank and an old automobile parked in front of the front door. The back of the photograph has text that reads: "Picture #4 The Conservative Society of Historic Salado; To Mrs. John A. Barton, Jr.; 1st State Bank of Salado; from the collection of Salado Village Voice."
Date: 19uu
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Bill from W. R. Berry General Merchandise]

Description: Bill from the W. R. Berry General Merchandise to G. W. Vickery listing a number of purchases, their quantity, and how much they cost; the bottom of the bill has a note saying it was paid on April 13, 1921.
Date: April 9, 1921
Creator: W. R. Berry General Merchandise
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Salado College Year Book Information]

Description: Information typed on stationary of Joe K. Morris with information concerning the Salado College yearbook for 1871. Included is a list of trustees, and faculty, as well as the number of graduates from nearby towns.
Date: 1871?
Creator: Morriss, Joe K.
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Street & Williams Grocery]

Description: Photograph of Street & Williams Grocery Store in Salado, Texas, located on the "west service road of IH35." This photo shows one car parked in the parking lot in front of the ice freezer; the text on the back of the photo says that its located off the service road "just North of Thomas Arnold Rd. corner."
Date: 1977
Partner: Salado Public Library