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[Goldthwaite Fire 1892]

Description: Photograph of a wide open area in part of the town of Goldthwaite, with buildings in the background. A group of several people standing together and a person driving a horse-drawn car are visible in the mid-ground, and a few individuals are visible throughout the background. The photo was taken from an elevated point, with railroad tracks visible in the foreground. Handwriting at the top of the photo reads, "Goldthwaite first fire of 1892-" and "1st big fire 1892". Handwriting on the back of the photo reads, "This was a disastrous fire, summer of 1892, Goldthwaite Tex."
Date: 1892
Partner: Jennie Trent Dew Library

[Goldthwaite Cornet Band 1892]

Description: Photograph of a group of men standing in a single row in a field with trees and tall grass visible in the background. Each is holding either a brass or drum instrument, except for the man sixth from the left who is holding a small conductor baton by his side. "Goldthwaite Cornet Band, May 11th 1892" is printed on the bottom edge of the photo. The men are listed on the back from left to right as "B. A. Harris, Fred Peck, Will Gresham, James Lammers, J. D. Urqhart, Mr. Boyer "Teacher", Joe A. Price, John Roberts, Jim Vickers, Newt Cole, A. J. Gatlin, I. G. Abney, and Jack Carswell".
Date: May 11, 1892
Creator: Jones, Bob
Partner: Jennie Trent Dew Library

[The First Fire at Goldthwaite 1892]

Description: Photograph of people loosely gathered in an open area of town with carts, horses, and various material items scattered about. Musical instruments are visible on tables in the right foreground, and several buildings are visible throughout the background.
Date: 1892
Partner: Jennie Trent Dew Library

[Two Native American People]

Description: Photograph of two Native people. The man, Quanah Parker, stands with his right hand on his hip and his left hand holding a headdress. A woman, one of his wives, squats at his side and a teepee is visible in the background.
Date: 1892
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame