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[Photograph of the Wood Family]

Description: Photograph of a couple and two girls and one boy in front of an automobile near the Goin Tourist Cabins at 2804 N. Elm Street in Denton, Texas. A building in the background is labeled "Goin". The family are identified as Linda, June, James, Lola Mae and Giles Wood.
Date: [1944..1946]
Partner: Private Collection of Bouncer Goin

[Roy and Dorothy Schmidt and their Aunt Lillie Maresh Gentry]

Description: Roy and Dorothy Schmidt posed in front of automobile with their Aunt Lillie Maresh Gentry during WWII. Children are both wearing overalls. Lillie is wearing a short sleeved shirt with below the knee hemline. The dress ties at collar and has ruffled front with buttons. Lillie has shoulder length dark hair. Dorothy has short, curly blonde hair. Roy's cap is covering his hair. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: 1944
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Nelson Linke as a 16 year old]

Description: Bust photograph (copy) of a young man. Written on the back of the photograph in pencil: "Nelson Linke - 16 yrs old) circa 1944 son of Hilda [&] Leo Linke) school picture - probably Richmond HS". The young man, who has dark hair combed back with a curl pulled forward on left, is wearing a white shirt. The photograph is faded into an oval.
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[An unidentified man carrying a deer killed in a hunt]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified man carrying a deer killed in a hunt. The man is possibly game warden Elliot ?. Automobile door to the far right of photograph. Trees in background. Poem type written on back of photograph: "The Game Warden helps you find your buck, And then with willing grin, He heists him to his shoulders, And he helps you tote him in!" In pencil: "22 6".
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of S. Omar Barker at Adobe Ranch posing with the deer he killed in a hunt]

Description: Photograph of S. Omar Barker at Adobe Ranch posing with the deer he killed in a hunt. His rifle is in front of him, the stock on the ground and the barrel across the deer. He has his right hand on the deer horns. Trees in background. Type written on back of photograph is this poem: "There are smiles that look too sappy, There are smiles not worth a shuck, But the smile that always proves you're happy Is that smile when you've bagged your buck! [signed] S. Omar Barker--Adobe Ranch, Oct. 12/44" and in pencil across part of poem: "22 10". Also repeatedly (light) printed across back: "Velox"
Date: October 12, 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Albert Peyton George with his trophy prong-horn antelope from a hunt]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George with his trophy Prong-horn Antelope from a hunt on the Adobe Ranch. Mr. George is holding the horn of the antelope in his right hand. Mr. George is wearing pants, shirt, sweater, tie, jacket, and a cap. Typewritten in black on back of photograph: "To Albert George our hats we doff: He downed this buck from a fur piece off! Adobe Ranch, Oct. 12/44" . Also written in pencil: "22 6". The photograph has scalloped edging.
Date: October 12, 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Three men standing around an automobile with a hunted deer on the hood]

Description: Photograph of three men standing around an automobile (game warden emblem on door). Man in foreground is holding up the head of a deer that he killed in a hunt. Albert Peyton George is the second man from the left. There is a rifle leaning against the front of the vehicle. Large oak tree in right background. Type written poem on back of photograph: "Ol' Elyit's got his chin up 'Cause the sun got in his eyes. But he'd make some gal a pin-up With this dandy pronghorn prize!" and in pencil: 22 6".
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men and six women standing under a large oak tree]

Description: Photograph of two men and six women standing under a large oak tree. To the right of the tree is a free-standing plaque with the only legible words being: "THE NANCY STYLES JONES OAK TREE" . There is a wooden topped table in the right bottom corner of the photograph. A storage tank can be seen to the left of the tree. White wooden building in the background.
Date: 1944
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Bill Blackshear]

Description: Bill Blackshear. Summer 1944. Caption says: "A San Antonio Spree to Galveston, Summer 1944. I call it A.W.O.L. Bill." From the William Blackshear collection, which was donated to the Palestine Public Library.
Date: 1944
Partner: Palestine Public Library

Bill Williams in London, England

Description: Photograph of Bill Williams in uniform behind a desk in London, England during World War II. Written on back with pencil and blue ink: "Made in London, England 1945 Bill Williams [Alex brother] Number stamped 100015." Circular stamp reads, "Created for Personal Use Only Not For Publication ? ?? 1944 Theater Censor ET???? 1"
Date: 1944
Partner: Denton Public Library