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[Streetcars no. 30 and no. 40 of the Denton Traction Company in front of the courthouse]

Description: The No. 30 and No. 40 Denton Traction Company streets cars in front of the Denton County Courthouse. The unidentified conductor for the No. 30 is standing next to the car and an unidentified passenger stands in the door. An unidentified passenger is standing in the door of the No. 40 car. The cars are standing at the diverging point for the lines at the intersection of Elm and Hickory streets. The streetcars were made by the Danville Car Company.
Date: 1911
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Partner: Denton Public Library

Electric Streetcar

Description: North Texas State Normal College, electric streetcar provides transportation between campus and downtown Denton beginning in 1910. People gathered on an electric street car.
Date: 1910~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Walter Wiggs, Sr., Jim Grady, two unidentified men, and one unidentified boy on streetcar]

Description: Early Denton streetcar with sign on front saying: "Jarrell-Evans Dry Goods and Manufacturers Surplus Sale. Now in full blast." Man in uniform at the front of the streetcar is Walter Wiggs, Sr., and the man in the back with cigar is Jim Grady. The other individuals in the picture are unidentified. A boy can be seen hanging on the back of the streetcar and behind the streetcar a man is driving a horse-drawn buggy. The Denton Depot can be seen in the background. Along the side of the car is a sign reading "Denton Railroad Company".
Date: 1909~
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Walter Wiggs, Sr., Jim Grady, two unidentified men, and one unidentified boy on streetcar]

Description: Early Denton streetcar with sign on front saying: "Jarrell-Evans Dry Goods and Manufacturers Surplus Sale. Now in full blast." Man in uniform at the front of the streetcar is Walter Wiggs, Sr., and the man in the back with cigar is Jim Grady. The other individuals in the picture are unidentified. A boy can be seen hanging on the back of the streetcar and behind the streetcar a man is driving a horse-drawn buggy. The Denton Depot can be seen in the background. Along the side of the car is a sign reading "Denton Railroad Company".
Date: 1909~
Partner: Denton Public Library