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[Photograph of Six Hamblin Sisters]

Description: Photograph of five women and girls sitting and standing around one woman for a portrait. All of the women are are wearing long-sleeved, high-neck dresses with puffed shoulders, and have their hair pulled back in up-dos or braids. They are situated in front of a painted backdrop with trees on it. Two labels on the back identify the woman in the center as Alice Hamblin Potter, and from left to right: Vesta Hamblin, Annie Hamblin Aiken, Naomi Hamblin Hughes, Ella Hamblin Manning, and Emma Hamblin White. The labels also identify the sisters' parents as William Krougher (W. K.) and Alice (Gray) White, and the women's husbands.
Date: [1892..1899]
Creator: Bryan, E. G.
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Two Bridges Over Salado Creek]

Description: Photograph of the first iron top bridge and a smaller pedestrian suspension bridge to the right; both bridges span the Salado Creek, and has trees surrounding it on both sides. The back of the photo has a note that says the first iron bridge lasted from 1892 to 1913, while the suspension bridge was "destroyed in 1900."
Date: [1892..1913]
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Bickler Family Portrait]

Description: Formal studio portrait of seven children in the Bickler Family. Handwritten note on the back reads, "To Mr.s [illegible] Cherry and Children with love from the BIckler, Family, Austin Texas, Dec. 22 92."
Date: 1892
Creator: Zahn, Justus
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library