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[Photograph of a Man at a Syrup Mill]

Description: Copy negative of a man working at an early twentieth century syrup mill converting sugar cane into cane syrup; a child is sitting on a stack of sugar cane next to him. The cane is inserted into the mill and the juice is squeezed out of it by a mule walking in a circle. Behind the mill, men are standing by a vat of boiling juice becoming syrup. This mill was located near Wilson, Texas in Comanche County.
Date: April 26, 1976
Partner: Erath County Genealogical Society

[Photograph of Sam Floyd's Home]

Description: Copy negative of the house of Sam Floyd, circa 1910, on Clinton Street in Dublin, Texas. The Floyd family is posing in front of the house with a horse-drawn carriage on the right and a man holding the reins to another horse on the left. They are identified as (left to right): Sam Floyd, Della Greene, Lee Floyd, Jim Floyd, Grace Floyd, and Thelma Floyd. The house was built by Horace Aurelius Smith around 1881; it is two stories with Queen Anne-style architectural features including shingling on the sides and decorative woodwork around the porch and balconies.
Date: October 16, 1975
Partner: Erath County Genealogical Society

[Photograph of W. L. Hancock Home and Family]

Description: Copy negative of W. L. Hancock standing with his family and their dog standing in the front yard of their home near the turn of the twentieth century. The family members pictured are Charlie W. Hancock (1883-1939), William L. Hancock (1849-1908), Clara Alma (Lee) Hancock (1854-1927), Minnie (Hancock) Kite (1878-1942), and Eva May Hancock (188?-1940).
Date: May 8, 1975
Partner: Erath County Genealogical Society

[Photograph of Cotton Bales on Wagons]

Description: Copy negative of early twentieth century wagons stacked with cotton bales. In the foreground, two wagons are hitched to a team of mules and a man is sitting on the bales in the front of the wagon, driving; behind them, a man is standing on the bales in a third wagon, also hitched to a partially-visible animal.
Date: March 18, 1974
Partner: Erath County Genealogical Society